The Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice is hiring!

We are seeking applicants for a full-time position in San Francisco as
CJCJ’s Communications and Policy Analyst

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Maureen Washburn
Policy Analyst
Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ)
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*COMMUNICATIONS AND POLICY ANALYST*

*CENTER ON JUVENILE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE*

The Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ) is seeking applicants
for a full-time (40 hours/week) Communications and Policy Analyst position.
Applicants should have an interest and commitment to criminal justice
reform and possess excellent writing skills. CJCJ’s mission is to reduce
society’s reliance on incarceration as a solution to social problems. In
pursuing this mission CJCJ provides model programs, technical assistance,
advocacy, and policy analysis to a broad range of criminal justice clients
and stakeholder groups. For more information, visit our website at
www.cjcj.org.

*The duties of the Communications and Policy Analyst may include:*

– Developing agency communication and policy strategies that promote the
agency’s mission
– Developing and implement media outreach strategies including, but not
limited to maintaining press relations and the agency listserv
– Developing internet communications capacities and strategies,
including website content, blogs, social media and broadcasts
– Assist with the development and implementation of public education
efforts, including presentations
– Assist in the production and editorial support of publications and
op-eds
– Developing and disseminating monthly newsletters highlighting the
agency’s programs, successes and goals
– Communicating with organization’s program directors to access
information, stories and data for development of promotional materials
– Researching and creating an organization communications strategy with
the Director of Policy and Development
– Possibility of supervising unpaid interns on projects
– Other duties as assigne

*Minimum Qualifications:*

– Background in creative writing, journalism, English literature, social
work, criminal justice, public policy, political science, psychology,
sociology, law, or related field.
– Detail-oriented with excellent writing, communications, and
organizational skills.
– Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds.
– Passion for social justice work.
– Ability to work under pressure; good sense of humor.

Compensation: We offer a generous benefits package, a casual work
environment, and a great team of committed professionals. This position
reports directly to the Director of Policy and Development.

To Apply: Please email letter of interest, resume, and references to
cjcjoffice@gmail.com and include “Communications and Policy Analyst” in the
subject line.

*WOMEN, PERSONS OF COLOR, INDIVIDUALS WITH PAST INVOLVEMENT IN THE JUSTICE
SYSTEM, AND DIFFERENTLY ABLED PERSONS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.*

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