The Mayor's Office of Operations seeks candidates for several positions across our entire office. We hire for a diverse portfolio of skill sets and personnel – policy makers, developers, researchers, analysts – and encourage anyone with a passion for improving New York City municipal government to find the job that's right for them. Explore the opportunities below to join our team.
The Mayor's Office of Operations oversees project and performance management as well as multi-agency initiatives that make government more customer- focused, innovative and efficient, while balancing social and fiscal responsibility. The Office is hiring an Agency Attorney III to function as an Associate General Counsel, who will be responsible for analyzing the broad array of legal issues affecting the Office, and thinking creatively about how to address these issues. The duties of the Associate General Counsel will include providing legal analysis and advice on complex data privacy and data security matters, researching models of other jurisdictions, and handling/advising on other complex legal issues and projects. The position, as part of a small legal unit, requires extensive research, drafting of legal documents, and inter-agency coordination to help advance priority projects.
The Mayor’s Office of Operations has created a new team to conduct quality assurance on call processing in the 911 Public Safety Answering Center (PSAC). This team will complement existing quality assurance activities conducted by the New York Police Department (NYPD) and New York City Fire Department (FDNY). The Quality Assurance Analyst’s duties entail measuring cross-agency performance against 911 call– processing standards by reviewing calls and analyzing end-to-end call data.
The Mayor's Office for Economic Opportunity works to reduce poverty and advance evidence-based policy in New York City through research, program design, performance monitoring, and evaluation. The Senior Advisor will coordinate the design, implementation, program management, evaluation, and related policy initiatives for multiple initiatives and projects. The Senior Advisor has familiarity with program management, evaluation, research, and public policy related to poverty and disparities.
For additional employment opportunities with the Mayor's Office for Economic Opportunity, housed within Operations, please see data and design related job postings.
As the leaders of citywide data strategy, MODA develops and implements strategy and processes around data standards, governance, and data sharing. Access to high quality, automated data is critical for MODA analytics and for growing analytics capacity citywide. The primary role of the Chief Analytics officer will be to lead and develop MODA’s core team of data scientists and project managers, and facilitate strategic collaboration among dozens of data analysts throughout the city.
The Project Management Team manages strategic projects of significance to the Mayor and City Hall senior staff. These projects focus on improving the efficiency and effectiveness of intra- and inter-agency operations. The Policy Advisor will provide project management, and analytical and technical assistance for planning, coordinating and implementing interagency and agency–specific projects.