Current Job Openings

Working at MOCJ means you have a chance to make a positive impact on the public safety of all New Yorkers.

Open Positions

Executive Director, Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes (OPHC)

MOCJ is seeking a well-qualified individual to oversee the inter-disciplinary, community-based, and coordinated agency approach required under the new local law. Under the guidance of the MOCJ Director, with wide latitude for initiative, judgment and action, the Executive Director for OPHC will serve as MOCJ’s senior level member responsible for developing and implementing innovative solutions to the current rise in hate crimes, advising the Director on long-term prevention and reduction strategy of hate crimes, and ensuring that OPHC’s policies and programming are effectively implemented and advance strategic goals. The ideal candidate will have years of experience in community-based engagement and/or law enforcement, as well as demonstrated experience building and implementing transformational, large-scale coalition and/or criminal justice programs.

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Director of Operations for the Assigned Counsel Plan

The new Director of Operations will drive operational excellence, performance management, and other strategic activities for the OACP. Under the direction of the Assigned Counsel Plan Administrators, and working in partnership with the 1st and 2nd Appellate Divisions of New York State and the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice, the Director of Operations will develop and implement innovative solutions to improve ACP operations.

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Communications Manager

Under the direction of the Chief of Public Affairs, with latitude for independent action and decision-making, the Communications Manager, a mid-level team member, will be responsible for communicating with press outlets and developing long-term press strategy for the office’s initiatives.

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Chief of Public Affairs

The Chief of Public Affairs serves as MOCJ’s senior level member responsible for developing and overseeing all strategy for communication with the public, the press, and other governmental and community organizations. The Chief of Public Affairs advises the Director and ensures that MOCJ’s public affairs work is effective and advances strategic goals.

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Contract Analyst

MOCJ executes its mandate through a diverse array of projects that span government agencies at the City, State and Federal levels and may include non-profits, foundations, community groups and others. The office seeks a talented Contract Analyst to manage a number of criminal justice contracts with organizations that provide services to New Yorkers in support of our mission.

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