Job Opportunities

Are you passionate about social justice and community safety? Want to support powerful work to end discriminatory and abusive policing in NY? Communities United for Police Reform (CPR) is currently recruiting experienced and qualified candidates for the following positions.

Apply today to join our dynamic team, full-time salaried positions include a generous benefits package featuring full medical, dental, vision, wellness, commuter benefits, and paid time off.


Director Of Campaigns & Programs (Full-Time)

This new senior-level position will oversee CPR’s organizing and program areas and will help build and lead winning campaigns and programs to advance CPR’s goals and priorities –including broadening our base of support and strengthening our impact through organizing, policy, and civic engagement campaigns. The ideal candidate is a big picture visionary with the ability to move detailed plans and multiple tactics - a seasoned organizer, coalition-builder, and skilled manager, with deep roots in racial and other justice movements; bold in vision and laser-focused on winning; effective at building collective analysis and strategy skills; and passionate about CPR’s mission, goals and developing the leadership and power of communities most impacted by abusive policing in New York. 

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Director Of Development (Full-Time)

This new position will lead CPR’s overall resource development and philanthropic advocacy work. The Director of Development will work closely with the Director, steering committee, and others to build and implement a robust multi-tiered fundraising strategy to support the resource needs of CPR and CPR member organizations.  This position will oversee creative strategies to engage individual and institutional donors, with a movement-building approach integrating all parts of CPR in our campaigns and resource development efforts. The ideal candidate is a seasoned fundraiser who has deep roots in racial and other justice movements, understands fundraising as part of community organizing, and is passionate about CPR’s mission and goals. 

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Community Safety & Budget Coordinator


The Community Safety & Budget Coordinator will work with others in CPR to develop experiments and run campaigns to reduce reliance on policing and surveillance and redirect bloated policing budgets to core community health and safety needs. This position will help lead work to promote alternatives to the police for safety, remove police from various roles, and organize for NYC budget justice that ends the decades-long defunding of low-income communities of color.  The ideal candidate is an effective and creative organizer who is passionate and knowledgeable about the need to reduce police size, budget, scope, and power for long-term community safety and violence reduction.  

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Communities United for Police Reform (CPR) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, ethnicity, national origin, religion, or disability.