Current Job Openings
Working at MOCJ means you have a chance to make a positive impact on the public safety of all New Yorkers.
The Supervisory Attorney will provide oversight for ACP attorneys representing clients facing misdemeanor, felony and homicide charges in the Criminal and Supreme Courts in New York City. Under the supervision of the ACP Administrators and with significant latitude for independent judgment, the Supervisory Attorney will assist in the professional development of ACP attorneys.Learn More
Community Coordinator, Office to Prevent Gun Violence
The New York City Office to Prevent Gun Violence (OPGV), housed within the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice, is focused on synchronizing the city’s anti-gun violence initiatives while amplifying community based intervention/prevention services and employing technological solutions to end gun violence. Our mission is to create safe, empowered and interconnected communities utilizing a multitude of public safety strategies. This is accomplished by coordinating a series of violence intervention and supportive networks that are simultaneously operating across 21 communities across the 5 boroughs in neighborhoods that account for upwards of 50% of NYC’s shooting incidents. Collectively, this initiative is known as the Crisis Management System (CMS) and was launched by Mayor Bill de Blasio in 2014 as part of the city’s long-term plan to reduce violent crime in our neighborhoods. These initiatives respond to the
individual, familial and community-based needs in historically disinvested, marginalized, and underserved communities of color that experience gun violence. Currently, over 50 community-based organizations are a part of this network, which focuses on violence prevention services utilizing the Cure Violence Model as its core and additional social service supports as its complements.
Initiatives Manager, Office to Prevent Gun Violence
To enhance our efforts in preventing and responding to community violence, OPGV is seeking (2) Initiatives Managers to assist in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of various activities related to the community engagement and culture change strategies of OPGV. The Initiatives Manager will provide administrative support and programmatic assistance and oversight across a variety of initiatives to reduce gun violence and engage community-based solutions. The Initiatives Manager will be responsible for monitoring the progress of our programs operated in partnership with multiple agencies and community based organizations; providing technical assistance; community organizing and network building and ensuring that key OPGV’s behavioral and cultural change initiatives are functioning effectively.Learn More
Executive Senior Counsel
Under the supervision of the General Counsel, the Executive Senior Counsel will assist in all legal and policy matters that affect MOCJ including reforms on bail and arrest procedures to reduce pretrial incarceration as well as discovery and speedy trial reforms. The Executive Senior Counsel 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.Learn More
Community Outreach Manager, Police Reform Collaboration Implementation Team
Under the direction of the Director of Community Engagement, and in collaboration with the Executive Director and MOCJ General Counsel and Deputy Director for Crime Strategies, the Community Outreach Manager will provide administrative support and programmatic assistance across a variety of initiatives related to the implementation of the Resolution to engage
community-based solutions. The candidate will assist in monitoring the progress of our initiatives operated in partnership with multiple agencies, community affairs units, and community-based organizations and others who interact with low-income and/or minority communities; providing technical assistance; community organizing and network building and ensuring that key behavioral and cultural and practice change initiatives are functioning effectively.
Intergovernmental Affairs (IGA) Manager, Police Reform Collaboration Implementation Team
Under the direction of the Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, the IGA Manager will be responsible for helping develop relationships with elected officials and monitoring their activities and priorities. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: helping cultivate relationships with elected officials on behalf of MOCJ and the Implementation Team; helping manage relationships with elected officials and monitoring their activities, including opportunities, potential obstacles, and looming issues; suggesting and helping implement strategies on how to take advantage of opportunities and manage obstacles or other issues, and more.Learn More
Senior Program Manager, Police Reform Collaboration Implementation Team
The Senior Program Manager will be responsible for providing project management and programmatic support to the City’s related strategies to develop innovative solutions and implement the Resolution. The ideal candidate will have experience in direct social services and/or criminal justice, community engagement skills and familiarity with the challenges the criminal justice system presents to lower-income communities and disproportional impact on predominantly communities of color. Moreover, they have an entrepreneurial capacity to coordinate the diverse set of constituencies and strategies needed to execute large scale change and innovative programs.Learn More
Executive Director, Police Reform Collaboration Implementation Team
Under the supervision of the MOCJ General Counsel and Deputy Director for Crime Strategies, the Executive Director of the Police Reform Collaboration Implementation Team (PRC) serves as MOCJ’s senior level member responsible for developing and implementing innovative solutions to implement the Resolution. The ideal candidate is a thought leader with strong managerial, operational and analytic capacity. They will have extensive familiarity with the criminal justice system and the challenges it presents to lower-income communities and disproportional impact on predominantly communities of color. Moreover, they have demonstrated experience convening and leading inter-agency steering committees, building and implementing transformational strategies and innovative programs.Learn More
Program and Operations Manager, Office of Crime Victim Services
Under the supervision of the Executive Director of OCVS, the Program and Operations Manager of the Office of Crime Victim Services (OCVS) will have job responsibilities including, but not limited to: managing the ongoing work related to victim services, including administrative support related to the organizing of meetings, preparation of meeting materials, disseminating of research and
policy briefings, documenting of outcomes; developing communication materials and strategies to advance MOCJ goals and report on
progress, including web, social and traditional media engagement; organizing opportunities for public engagement and participation in the City’s efforts; operationalizing, monitoring, and tracking the City’s strategies towards coordinating victim services, for both internal and external reports on progress and alignment with long-term goals and more.
Deputy Executive Director, Office of Crime Victim Services
Under the supervision of the Executive Director of OCVS with latitude for independent judgment, the Deputy Executive Director of the Office of Crime Victim Services (OCVS) will serve as the primary lead in professional and technical work, supporting the Executive Director and OCVS staff with programmatic expertise and management, including but not limited to: planning, monitoring, and execution; tracking budgets and reporting on programs, and more.Learn More
Executive Director, Office of Crime Victim Services
Under the supervision of the Director of MOCJ, the Executive Director of the Office of Crime Victim Services (OCVS) serves as MOCJ’s senior level member responsible for developing and implementing innovative solutions to address the needs of crime victims, advising the MOCJ Director on long-term survivor-supporting strategies, and ensuring that policies and programming to reduce crime are effectively implemented and advance strategic goals for meeting the needs of victims and survivors.Learn More
Under the supervision of the Senior Counsel, the Associate Counsel will assist in all legal and policy matters that affect MOCJ. 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.Learn More
Senior Research Manager
MOCJ is seeking a Senior Research Manager to provide research and operational support on a variety of internal and external evaluation projects. As our senior research expert on research design and evaluation, in collaboration with the Executive Director for Research Operations, the ideal candidate will be responsible for planning and monitoring quantitative analyses at MOCJ. This includes designing solicitations for and monitoring of externally (MOCJ) funded quantitative and qualitative research and evaluation, designing and leading internal analyses of large datasets from public safety and other public-serving institutions, and collaborating with other MOCJ researchers on in-house evaluations.Learn More
Senior Contract Analyst
The Senior Contract Analyst, under the supervision of the Agency Chief Contracting Officer, manages a number of criminal justice contracts with non-profit organizations that provide services to New Yorkers in support of our mission.Learn More
Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice Title VI Compliance Notice
The Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice gives public notice of its Title VI compliance policy.
The Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice operates in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 1964 (42 U.S.C. § 2000d et seq.,), the U.S. Department of Transportation’s implementing regulations at 23 C.F.R. Part 200 and the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s implementing regulations at 31 C.F.R. Part 22 without regard to race, color and national origin. Any individual who believes they are being excluded from participating in, been denied benefits of, or otherwise being discriminated against because of their race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, income or limited ability to speak English, has the right to file a formal complaint.
Complaints will be accepted in writing and may be filed with The Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice writing 180 days from the date of the alleged act of discrimination. To file a complaint, please print and mail the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice to the address below.
Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice
1 Centre Street
New York, New York 10007
In addition to your right to file a complaint with the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice, you have a right to file a Title VI complaint with the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice by completing the following form: FCS Complaint and Consent Form (justice.gov) or file a Title VI complaint directly with the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Civil Rights and Diversity by writing to the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Director, Office of Civil Rights and Diversity, 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20220, or by calling Treasury at (202) 622-1160, or by sending an email to Treasury via firstname.lastname@example.org.