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.

 

Policy & Organizing Coordinator (Full-Time)

The Policy & Organizing Coordinator works with other staff, members, partners, and supporters to develop, refine and implement plans that advance a bold, multi-strategy campaign for police transparency, accountability and public safety, including an ambitious and meaningful policy and organizing agenda. 

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Community Safety & Budget Coordinator (Full-Time)

The Community Safety & Budget Coordinator will work with CPR members and partners to develop experimental projects 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 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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Director of Communications (Full-Time)

The Director of Communications develops, implements, and oversees a multi-tiered strategic communications plan to ensure the campaign integrates strategic communications into every aspect of its work and expands CPR’s reputation as a leading voice in movements for social justice and police accountability. The Director of Communications leads and oversees CPR’s traditional media/media relations strategies, digital/online/social/mobile strategies, publications, and grassroots communication strategies.

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Digial Media Coordinator (Full-Time)

The Digital Media Coordinator will work with CPR's Director of Communications, other staff, members, partners, and supporters to implement a multi-tiered strategic communications plan that advances the campaign’s public policy, public education, organizing and strategic communications objectives. This includes coordinating timely responses to emerging media opportunities that advance campaign priorities; using digital and online communications to build public support for campaign priorities; managing the campaign’s digital infrastructure; and expanding CPR’s audience reach and impact.

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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.