Special Assistant to the Director
MOCJ is seeking a highly motivated, detail-oriented individual with excellent communication skills to be the Special Assistant to the Director. The Special Assistant will be responsible for staffing the Director by preparing daily briefing documents on all office initiatives, tracking priorities and follow up items, communicating with senior staff, and attending meetings. The Special Assistant will also work with the First Deputy Director, the Chief of Staff, and the Director’s Executive Assistant to manage the Director’s calendar, coordinate events, and prepare documents as needed.
MOCJ has a $330 million contract services budget and monitors more than $27 million in grants disbursed to multiple city agencies. The Fiscal Analyst, under supervision of the Fiscal Director, will be responsible for complete, accurate, and timely processing of all invoices, and performing core accounting and operations duties as assigned.
Director, Justice Programs
The Director of Justice Programs will be a senior member of the Justice Initiatives team, which develops and implements strategies that reduce reliance on incarceration. Reporting to the Deputy Director for Justice Initiatives, the Director of Justice Programs will lead a portfolio of programs designed to reduce incarceration, improve outcomes for justice-involved people, and contribute to meaningful reforms of the criminal justice system as a whole.
Senior Budget Analyst
MOCJ has a $400 million contract services budget and monitors more than $300 million in grants and asset forfeiture funding disbursed to multiple city agencies. The Senior Budget Analyst, under supervision of the Budget Director, will manage a portfolio of grant and asset forfeiture projects, and will perform core budget and operations duties assigned.
MOCJ is seeking a Research Director to provide research and operational support on a variety of internal and external evaluation projects, including projects focused on legitimacy. As our senior research expert on research design and evaluation, in collaboration with the Scientific Director, the ideal candidate will be responsible for planning and monitoring quantitative analyses at MOCJ.
Deputy Executive Director, Justice Implementation Task Force (Close Rikers)
The Deputy Executive Director of the Justice Implementation Task Force will provide key project management support for the City's initiative to close Rikers Island. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Deputy Executive Director will help manage the day to day operations of the Justice Implementation Task Force, and the City's related strategies to safely reduce the jail population, improve the culture inside jails for both staff and incarcerated individuals, and ensure innovative, modern and humane jail design.
Chief Fiscal Officer
Under the direction of the Director and the First Deputy Director, the Chief Fiscal Officer (CFO) is in charge of developing and implementing MOCJ's strategic vision for the office's operations, budget, contracts, grants, and court capital projects. S/he is responsible for the direct supervision of a staff of approximately 20 professionals.
MAP – Engagement Coordinator (10 positions)
Reporting to the Associate Director of Neighborhood Strategies, the MAP Engagement Coordinators will assist in the planning and implementation of the Center’s neighborhood safety initiatives in ten NYCHA communities. Underway since 2015 and led by the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice, MAP is a comprehensive strategy to enhance public safety and strengthen community well-being in 15 public housing developments across New York City.
Senior Program Manager - Diversion
The Senior Program Manager - Diversion a mid-level member in the Justice Initiatives Unit, working under the direction of MOCJ’s Executive Director of Pretrial Strategies. The ideal candidate will have experience in direct social services and/or criminal justice as well as the analytic and entrepreneurial capacity to help build systems and programs that safely reduce New York City’s jail population.
Intake Investigator, Mayor's Office of Special Enforcement
The Office of Special Enforcement sits within MOCJ, and is tasked with overseeing response to conditions at properties throughout the City that threaten a community's well-being or which require a coordinated response from multiple agencies. The Intake Investigator serves as the main point of contact for the intake of complaints regarding various issues affecting community livability in New York City.
Senior Associate Counsel - Bail
The Senior Associate Counsel will assist in all legal and policy matters that affect MOCJ and will work under the supervision of the General Counsel. S/he must have extensive legal experience and be an effective self‐starter, possessing both the capacity for independence and the ability to work cooperatively to advance the goals of the administration. The Senior Associate Counsel will assist in signature criminal justice projects, focusing on initiatives to improve New York City’s bail system.
Program Manager - Justice Implementation Task Force (Close Rikers)
The Program Manager will be responsible for providing project management and programmatic support for the City’s initiative to close Rikers Island, through project management of the Justice Implementation Task Force and the City’s related strategies to safely reduce the jail population, improve the culture inside jails for both staff and incarcerated individuals, and ensure innovative, modern and humane jail design.
Behavioral Health Task Force - Program Analyst
The Program Analyst - Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice is a junior?level member of the Justice Initiatives Unit, working under the direction of MOCJ's Director of the Behavioral Health Research and Programs. The ideal candidate will have experience in behavioral health as well as the analytic and entrepreneurial capacity to help build systems and programs that safely reduce the number of people with behavioral health needs in the criminal justice system.
Domestic Violence Task Force – Policy Analyst
The Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence, established in 2001, coordinates the citywide delivery of domestic violence services, develops policies and innovative programs and works with diverse communities, City agencies, community based organizations and local leaders to raise awareness about domestic violence and strengthen the safety net for survivors and their children.