The Brownsville Community Justice Center is seeking a Program Coordinator to run the Brownsville Anti-Violence Project (BAVP), a new initiative geared towards reducing violence in the Brownsville community.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to, developing and maintaining relationships with local service providers and program partners, including law enforcement, faith leaders, and community stakeholders, in order to identify and access resources for individuals at high risk of being gun violence victims or perpetrators.
The position is full-time and requires some evening and weekend hours. Compensation is commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits. Qualifications include, but not limited to: a BA or higher in human services, or related field; experience working with formerly incarcerated.
To apply: email your resume and cover letter in Word to mgelber[at]courts.state.ny.us, with the subject: “Brownsville Anti-Violence Project (RAW) Program Coordinator.”
Please write and submit an action plan on how you would organize stakeholders in Brownsville as well as a letter introducing local clergy to the anti-violence program and how they can get involved.