The newly formed Michigan Indigent Defense Commission is seeking its first executive director. The position is appointed and supervised by the MIDC, and is responsible for developing and overseeing reforms to Michigan's public defense system.
The MIDC says the ideal candidate should have significant experience in the representation of indigent clients, significant public sector leadership experience and be highly skilled in personnel management, public policy advocacy and budget development. A demonstrated ability to inspire and lead people is essential.
The position will pay between $100,000 and $135,000 a year.
Find out more about the position on the State Bar of Michigan Career Center.