Are you passionate about social justice and community safety and 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.
Job Openings at CPR:
Development Manager (Full-time): The Development Manager will work with the Director, steering committee members and others to develop and implement fundraising strategies and efforts to support the growing resource needs of CPR and CPR members (particularly community organizing groups led by communities directly impacted by abusive policing). The Development Manager will help develop and manage key relationships to increase CPR’s visibility, impact and financial strength in order to advance a multi-strategy campaign for police accountability, including an ambitious policy and organizing agenda. Click here to read the full job description and how to apply. Download a print-friendly PDF.
Director of Communications (Full-time): The Director of Communications will develop, implement and oversee 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 will lead and oversee CPR’s traditional media/media relations strategies, digital/online/social/mobile strategies, publications, and grassroots communication strategies. As a senior manager in a small staff team, the ideal candidate is a seasoned communications strategist who is committed to CPR’s issues, flexible and effective in a fast-paced and evolving environment and has a great sense of humor. Click here to read the full job description and how to apply. Download a print-friendly PDF.
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.