Georgia Heirs Property Law Center



Now Hiring - Program Coordinator

Georgia Heirs Property Law Center seeks individuals committed to the mission of increasing generational wealth, social justice, and community stability by securing and preserving property rights of low and moderate income Georgians.

The Program Coordinator position is full-time and reports to the Center’s Chief Operating Officer. The Program Coordinator will increase the organization’s capacity by working in the areas of grant writing and reporting; coordinator of educational programs; data track and evaluation of program outcomes; and market. The Program Coordinator will have the opportunity to work with all Center staff as well as the Center’s municipal and nonprofit partners and clients and will be based out of the Center’s Athens, Georgia office.

To apply, send a cover letter, including experience in nonprofit grant writing and community-based work, reasons for your interest in resolving injustices arising from heirs property, and any other pertinent information, along with a resume, writing sample, and list of references to Skipper G. StipeMaas, Executive Director, via email

The Center is committed to workplace diversity. No phone calls please.