Careers



National Network for Safe Communities

  • Communications Associate

    The National Network for Safe Communities seeks a full-time Communications Associate to support the organization's media strategy; assist in the production of written materials; help maintain the National Network's online communications; and facilitate media and public speaking requests.

  • Data Analytics Intern, National Network for Safe Communities (Winter/Spring)

    THE NATIONAL NETWORK FOR SAFE COMMUNITIES AT JOHN JAY COLLEGE (NNSC) seeks a part-time or full-time graduate student intern to support its data-driven action research for the Winter/Spring 2017 semester. The Data Analytics team conducts intensive data analysis to inform the implementation of the NNSC's crime reduction strategies.

  • Intern, National Network for Safe Communities (Winter/Spring)

    The National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College (NNSC) seeks part-time or full-time graduate student interns for the Winter/Spring 2016 semester. The interns will be matched with supervisors based on a combination of interest and skill set and may support projects in a variety of areas, including: (1) the Strategic Operations and Policy team, which works with domestic and international cities to develop and implement strategies to reduce group and gang involved violence, intimate partner violence, violence associated with open air drug markets, etc.; (2) the Communications and Research team, which manages the National Network's research agenda and online clearinghouse of white papers, research briefs, instructional guides, etc.; and 3) the National Initiative for Building Community Trust and Justice (https:trustandjustice.org). Specific responsibilities will be dependent on the intern's skill set and will be discussed in detail during the interview process.

  • Intern, NNSC International Portfolio (Summer)

    The National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College (NNSC) seeks a part-time or full-time graduate student intern to support its growing international portfolio. NNSC supports cities to implement and advance proven strategies that reduce violence and improve public safety, minimize arrest and incarceration, strengthen communities, and improve relationships between law enforcement and communities.

  • Strategic Operations and Policy Specialist

    The National Network is seeking a full-time Strategic Operations and Policy Specialist to help the Strategic Operations and Policy team manage day-to-day support of the National Network’s sites by providing hands-on strategic advisement to project managers and law enforcement executives; managing the process of law enforcement data collection and analysis; and assisting site leadership to organize direct communication with individuals involved in street violence.

National Initiative for Building Community Trust & Justice

Institute for Innovation in Prosecution

  • Associate Director, Institute for Innovation in Prosecution

    THE NATIONAL NETWORK FOR SAFE COMMUNITIES AT JOHN JAY COLLEGE (NNSC) seeks a full-time Associate Director for the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution (IIP). The Associate Director, reporting to the IIP Executive Director, will support the development and implementation of the IIP’s strategic plans and policies; provide leadership, management, and direction to the IIP staff and partners; and work with prosecutors, law enforcement, academics, advocates, community and civic leaders, and others in the criminal justice field to reflect upon and drive innovation within the role and function of the office of the prosecutor.

  • Intern, Institute for Innovation in Prosecution (Summer)

    The National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College (NNSC) seeks a part-time or full-time intern to support the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution (IIP) executive director and staff. The IIP—a partnership between the John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the District Attorney of New York County—will work with prosecutors, law enforcement experts, scholars, community and civic leaders, and others in the criminal justice field to reimagine the role and function of the office of the prosecutor. By providing this national forum for rethinking the role of the prosecutor, the IIP will elevate the role and voice of prosecuting attorneys in addressing critical national issues; advance national standards of excellence; promote intelligence-driven prosecution; reduce unnecessary confinement; support effective crime reduction efforts, and enhance the public's trust in the criminal justice system. Learn more about IIP at nnscommunities.org/iip.

  • Legal Intern, Institute for Innovation in Prosecution

    The National Network is seeking a part-time or full-time legal intern for the Spring 2016 term to work with the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution (IIP) Executive Director and staff. IIP will work with prosecutors, law enforcement experts, scholars, community and civic leaders, and others in the criminal justice field to reimagine the role and function of the office of the prosecutor.

  • Operations and Policy Specialist, Institute for Innovation in Prosecution

    The Institute for Innovation in Prosecution is seeking a full-time Operations/Policy Specialist to help manage the day-to-day work of the IIP while offering strategic- guidance on program offering.