Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

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.

Lead Compliance Officer
The Lead Compliance Officer will be responsible for providing guidance, direction and support to New York City agencies and partners on a wide variety of legal, regulatory, and policy issues related to lead in paint, dust, consumer products, water, and soil, with the overall mission of eliminating childhood lead exposure in the City by the year 2029.   The Lead Compliance Officer will also be responsible for the day-to-day management of the implementation of LeadFreeNYC: A Roadmap to Eliminating Childhood Lead Poisoning. The Lead Compliance Officer will direct the overall management and administration of the roadmap, overseeing all external and internal functions while also working with senior leadership across several City agencies in order to ensure compliance with the Roadmap's initiatives, performance goals, and schedules.


Mayor's Office of Data Analytics

MODA Assistant Director of Data Analytics
MODA seeks an Assistant Director of Data Analytics to provide hands-on analytics project direction and oversee a team of four data scientists. The Assistant Director of Data Analytics will work closely alongside the City’s Chief Analytics Officer (CAO) and Deputy Chief Analytics Officer to implement the office’s data analytics strategy and to develop processes for effective and sustainable analytics project staffing, analysis, and reporting. The selected candidate will provide direct project guidance and supervision for data analysts; and engage regularly with City leadership, Mayor’s Offices, City agencies including technology and analytics principals, City Council, New York City’s data science community and other internal or external audiences.

MODA Data Scientist
MODA seeks a Data Scientist to join a diverse urban analytics office and serve as part of a small analytics team, which practices and advances responsible and open data and analytics in the City of New York. The successful candidate should be a relentless problem solver, constantly curious and question asker, driven to find insights and ‘a-ha’ moments in data and information, and to deliver recommendations to improve operations. Examples of prior analytics projects are on the MODA project library, and more about the team is available on the MODA team page. The Data Scientist will complete data analytics projects to better inform agency or interagency policies, programs, and operational practices. The ideal candidate should have prior experience prioritizing and responding to requests for data and analysis from senior government officials, scoping projects and seeing them through delivery, and communicating results from analysis verbally and in writing in a fast-paced environment.


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Audit Services

Deputy Director of Citywide Audit Services
The Deputy Director will lead the office in managing the life cycle of external audits across the entirety of City government. The Audit Services team within the Office monitors external audit activity citywide including examinations by the City Comptroller, the New York State Comptroller and federal entities. These audit oversight activities include tracking the status and progress of external audits; working with agencies and auditors to resolve conflicts; offering guidance with respect to identifying and interpreting applicable directives and standards; and assessing the completion of corrective action plans in connection with audit findings and recommendations. 


Performance Reporting

Associate Director of Performance Reporting
The Associate Director will head the Performance Reporting team and take a leading role in research and agency performance evaluation within the New York City Mayor’s Office. The Performance Reporting Team within the Office monitors and reports on the performance of all City agencies and gives guidance to agencies and staff on performance reporting and performance management focused on improving public access and use of performance data.

Senior Policy Advisor
The Senior Policy Advisor will be responsible for working with agencies and initiatives to articulate meaningful performance indicators. The Senior Policy Advisor will be responsible for a substantial portion of the content of the twice yearly Mayor’s Management Report (MMR). 

Senior Policy Analyst
The Senior Policy Analyst will be responsible for working with a team of policy analysts and advisors at Operations, as well as in other City agencies, to articulate meaningful performance indicators.  The Senior Analyst will be responsible for a portion of the content of the twice yearly Mayor’s Management Report (MMR).  

Performance Reporting Analyst
The Performance Reporting Analyst will be located within the Performance Management Team and will provide analytical and technical assistance for reporting, coordinating and implementing special projects. These projects represent critical initiatives designed to improve agency performance and meant to ultimately improve the efficiency, effectiveness, coordination, and accessibility of key City services in a measurable way. This includes supporting all aspects of the production process for the Mayor’s Management Report.

MMR Desktop Publishing Temp Position
The New York City Mayor's Office of Operations seeks a full-time temporary worker with professional desktop publishing experience to produce our Fiscal 2020 Preliminary Mayor's Management Report, a 400 page annual report that details the performance of New York City's government. Using Adobe InDesign, the temporary worker will use content in Microsoft Word and Excel and Adobe InDesign and Illustrator to produce a printable version of our 400 page annual report that will be posted online in late January 2020 or early February 2020.


Project and Performance Management

Policy Advisor
The Policy Advisor is responsible for coordination and completion of multiple and diverse projects and to this end will perform a variety of tasks including setting deadlines, assigning responsibilities, and monitoring and summarizing progress of a project. The Policy Advisor will have latitude to exercise a wide degree of authority in performing this role and is expected to exercise judgment to make timely and appropriate decisions.

Developer
The Strategic Management Team within the Office applies tools and techniques of data and process analysis, design, and information technology in support of the Operations mission. The Developer Manage and oversee the scoping, development, testing and implementation of data systems.


General Counsel/Information Privacy

Assistant General Counsel
Assistant General Counsel
Under the supervision of the CPO or designee, the Assistant General Counsel will assist in legal matters that affect the Office of Operations and the Mayor’s Office of Information Privacy and key privacy related initiatives of the Administration having significant business consequences for City agencies and client services.  The Assistant General Counsel must be solutions-oriented, possessing both the capacity for independence and sound judgment, and the ability to work cooperatively to advance the work of MOIP.  ´╗┐´╗┐Note: The Office currently has two postings up for the Assistant General Counsel with different civil service requirements, levels of experience, and salary expectations.


Performance Observation

Rater
The Scorecard program rates the cleanliness of New York City’s streets and sidewalks based on regular assessments conducted by a team of service inspectors and raters employed by the Mayor’s Office. For the past 35 years, inspectors have rated a randomly chosen set of blocks throughout the five boroughs to develop monthly cleanliness ratings for all of the City’s 59 community board districts. Besides providing a regular “scorecard” for the citizens of New York City and their representatives, this information is used by the Department of Sanitation to target its street and sidewalk cleanliness resources to focus on the neediest sections of the city.