Regional Housing Legal Services (RHLS) is a statewide nonprofit organization and a specialty program of the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network (PLAN). RHLS has unique expertise in affordable, sustainable housing and its related components — community and economic development, utility matters and preservation of home ownership. RHLS provides innovative project and policy solutions that help create sustainable communities offering decent, safe and affordable housing for lower-income Pennsylvanians. In addition, RHLS provides representation to non-profit organizations involved in the development and preservation of affordable housing and other community based development activities.
The Glenside office has seven attorneys. The office is located adjacent to the Glenside SEPTA station and near several bus lines. Parking is available for staff. The dress code is casual. Benefits are very competitive. Salary range from $33-39,000 depending on experience.