Join our team of passionate people working to support Colorado families on their path to economic success.

Current Opportunities:

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

The CEO provides overall leadership and management to support the vision and mission of Mi Casa Resource Center. Duties include working with the Board of Directors to establish the overall vision and strategic direction of MCRC, working with MCRC’s Leadership Team to implement the strategic plan, overseeing the financial management of the organization and working to develop the resources and operational capacity to deliver on that plan. The CEO ensures that diversity, equity and inclusion are built into systems, programs and processes throughout the organization. The CEO also ensures quality programming, cost-effective management of MCRC’s operations and excellent internal and external communications. The CEO serves as the chief liaison with diverse community groups developing effective partnerships throughout the Metro Denver Area and nationally.

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ProBoPat Program Administrator (PPA)

The ProBoPat Program Administrator (PPA) will work closely with the USPTO, Mi Casa personnel, and the ProBoPat Steering Committee to administer the ProBoPat Program (“PBP Program”), to match low-income inventors (program participants) with patent attorney volunteers who provide pro bono patent legal services. The PPA is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the PBP Program, including cultivating relationships with inventor participants, attorney volunteers, the US Patent Office, and program supporters in Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. This will include providing, collecting and screening application forms; determining participant eligibility for the PBP Program; maintaining a database of volunteers and participants; facilitating and documenting matches and engagements between volunteers and participants; generating and providing quarterly reports to the USPTO and the Steering Committee. The PPA will also be responsible for organizing and facilitating special events and projects in furtherance of ProBoPat.

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Why Work at Mi Casa Resource Center

Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion:

Mi Casa Resource Center is committed to being an inclusive organization that promotes and values diversity. We recognize that each individual has unique experiences, perspectives, and viewpoints and we strive to create an environment where people feel valued, respected, and included. To this end, we are committed to ensuring diversity in our products and services, operations, service recipients, and paid and volunteer workforce.


  • Health benefits: Mi Casa pays for 100% of premiums on standard employee-only medical plan. We also offer dental and vision plans.
  • Paid time off: We offer generous paid time off including vacation time, personal time, 15 paid holidays, and parental leave.
  • Retirement savings: Mi Casa matches up to 4% of your salary into a 403(b) plan.
  • Flexible work schedules: Mi Casa employees have flexibility in setting their working hours, including the option of a standard work week or a 9-80 track work week.
  • Additional perks: We also offer flexible spending accounts, life insurance, short term disability, employee assistance programs, and professional development opportunities.

Mi Casa Resource Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, color, religion, national origin, disability, genetic information, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.

We will endeavor to make reasonable accommodations for otherwise qualified applicants who have disabilities which hinder their ability to complete the application process. Please contact Human Resources at 303-539-5625 to request accommodation in the application process.

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