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.

Please note that due to the COVID-19 outbreak, most of the job vacancies at the NYC Office of the Mayor’s Office of Operations are being placed on hold temporarily. If you have already applied, we will hold your application until further notice. If you have any questions, please use the contact form here and we will respond when possible. Please check back regularly as we expect to be posting priority positions shortly.

Employment Opportunities

Policy Advisor
The Mayor’s Office of Operations seeks to hire two (2) Policy Advisors. The Policy Advisor is responsible for the coordination and completion of multiple and diverse projects that improve the efficiency, effectiveness and accessibility of key City services. 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. A portion of this role’s portfolio will include support for an interagency effort to reduce gun violence and engage community-based solutions. The Policy Advisor will work closely with effort facilitators to coordinate incident review meetings, track and monitor progress on key performance indicators in support of project goals, and manage project responsibilities. They will also support the convening and facilitating stakeholder meetings which will allow for the identification of specific problems driving shooting incidents and the design and mobilization of specific interventions for addressing the issues.

Senior Policy Analyst
The Mayor’s Office of Operations seeks to hire two (2) Senior Policy Analysts. The Senior Policy Analyst will provide project management, analytical and technical support for planning and implementing projects that improve the efficiency, effectiveness and accessibility of key City services. A portion of this role’s portfolio will include support for an interagency effort to reduce gun violence and engage community-based solutions. The Senior Policy Analyst will work closely with effort facilitators to coordinate incident review meetings, track and monitor progress on key performance indicators in support of project goals, and manage project responsibilities. They will also support the convening and facilitating stakeholder meetings which will allow for the identification of specific problems driving shooting incidents and the design and mobilization of specific interventions for addressing the issues.

Scorecard Rater
The Scorecard program rates the cleanliness of New York City's streets and sidewalks based on regular assessments conducted by a team service inspectors 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.

General Counsel
The Mayor's Office of Operations oversees a variety of Mayoral divisions and projects with unique legal issues. The Office's responsibilities of a legal nature include Citywide regulatory review, audits, and implementation of various local laws. Major projects involve the design and implementation of initiatives addressing complex law and public policy matters. Reporting to the Director of the Mayor's Office of Operations, with significant latitude for independent judgment, the General Counsel will provide legal support and services to the Office and the City, among other responsibilities.

Algorithms Management and Policy Intern
The Algorithms Management Policy Officer (AMPO) serves as a centralized resource to help guide the City and its agencies in the development, responsible use, and assessment of algorithmic and related technical tools and systems, and for engaging and educating the public on issues related to City use of these and other related technologies. The AMPO coordinates with relevant Operations staff, City officials, and agency staff, and is guided by the expertise provided by an Algorithms Management Steering Committee and an Algorithms Advisory Committee. The Intern will serve as policy and implementation support to the AMPO and project team. In particular, the Intern will research best practices for government use of algorithmic decision systems and assist in drafting City policy and protocols with regard to governance of algorithmic decision systems.