Associate Director, Intimate Partner Violence Intervention (IPVI)
- Job posted by National Network for Safe Communities
500 West 56th Street
The NATIONAL NETWORK FOR SAFE COMMUNITIES AT JOHN JAY COLLEGE (NNSC) seeks a full-time Associate Director for the Intimate Partner Violence Intervention (IPVI) team. The IPVI team provides hands-on strategic advising to partner cities implementing NNSC’s interventions around the country. The Associate Director is responsible for providing leadership and guidance to the IPVI team; supporting the IPVI Director in the management of the IPVI portfolio; and ensuring the team’s timely and effective delivery of direct strategic advising to a portfolio of partner jurisdictions.
- In support of the IPVI Director, provide supervision and guidance to the IPVI Field Associates and Field Advisors who provide day-to-day direct strategic advising and support for the NNSC’s partner jurisdictions.
- Work with the IPVI Director to develop and execute site-based data gathering exercises with frontline law enforcement personnel to inform strategy design and implementation in each new IPVI site.
- Provide direct strategic advising to a portfolio of high-profile IPVI partner cities in the implementation of the Intimate Partner Violence Intervention through strategic advising calls, site visits, and online communication.
- Collaborate on the articulation, management, and implementation of the strategic agenda of IPVI portfolio.
- Build and manage strong, functional relationships with high-level government, community and law enforcement leaders; partner organizations; and academics.
- Support ongoing evolution and refinement of the IPVI model through team-wide strategy sessions and collaboration with organizational leadership.
- Support the IPVI Director in development activities, including fostering new relationships with potential site partners and drafting proposals for new NNSC site partners.
- Collaborate and coordinate with NNSC cross-divisions for extended learning within the office and future projects for partnership.
- Broaden public relations and media outreach via verbal, written or in-person appearances to support NNSC public relations efforts; including serving as spokesperson at conferences and panel discussions on the work of NNSC.
- Provide supervision on the timely preparation and submission of all required grant reports, including progress, quantitative, and qualitative performance, annual, and final reports.
- Engage in and lead substantive collaborative learning opportunities such as workshops and working sessions, and policy discussions, both internally and externally.
We are looking for a highly organized individual with experience in project management and monitoring large-scale projects; having an established knowledge of proven strategies that reduce violence and improve public safety.
- JD or Master’s degree in criminal justice, political science, social work, sociology, policy, or related field required.
- Minimum of 7 years of experience in program development, project management, strategic advising, consulting, or related fields; minimum of 2 years of experience in supervising/managing staff and a minimum of 3 years of experience in the intimate partner violence field.
- Expert knowledge of intimate partner violence and criminal justice issues, actors, and trends, and deep commitment to addressing injustices thereof: e.g. the causes and consequences of mass incarceration, racial disparities, the police-community trust deficit, and disproportionate state and community violence.
- Experience managing and implementing multiple complex projects effectively and efficiently, both independently and collaboratively with a team; and with an understanding of program design and evaluation.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with law enforcement (police, military, correction/probation staff, etc.) agencies, communities, government officials, and service agencies; ability to forge alliances and facilitate cooperation between stakeholders across these disciplines.
- Demonstrated success in organizing and leading new projects in partnership with internal and external stakeholders.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills including confidence, tact, and nuance; experience working with interdisciplinary teams.
- Expert level of experience with Microsoft Office Suite; proficiency in Microsoft Excel required
- Flexibility to travel and to work early or late, as needed, for events.
Salary range is commensurate with experience.
- Insurance: Health, dental, vision, and life insurance.
- Time Off: 16 paid holidays, 15 days of annual leave, 4 personal days, 20 sick days.
- Retirement: 8% employer contributions after 1 year of employment, with employees vested after 3 years of employment; employees can also make employee contributions immediately upon hire.
- CUNY Tuition Reimbursement: Reimbursement of credits for courses taken at any CUNY institution.
- Summer Fridays from July 4th through the end of August.
- Voluntary one-day-a-week remote work option.
- $1,000 per year available to support independent pursuit of professional development opportunities.
- Free New York Times and Wall Street Journal subscriptions.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Visit https://nnscommunities.org/join-the-network/careers/apply to apply. Cover letter and resume in a single PDF required. Salary commensurate with experience.
The Research Foundation of the City University of New York is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Americans with Disabilities Act e-verified employer.