Are you interested in working in a fast-paced environment with a tenacious group of big-thinking, results-focused, talented colleagues? Are you looking for a job where you can have real, system-level impact? Are you mission driven and interested in criminal justice reform?
If you answered “Yes!” to all of the above, read on.
The Crime and Justice Institute (CJI) at Community Resources for Justice (CRJ) is seeking a high-performing individual with strong project management skills to join our team as a finance and contract administrator.
About CJI at CRJ
Community Resources for Justice is a Boston-based non-profit organization working in criminal justice, juvenile justice, and social welfare systems. In support of CRJ’s mission, its Crime and Justice Institute, one of CRJ’s operating Divisions, provides nonpartisan consulting, policy analysis, and research services to improve public safety and the delivery of justice throughout the country.
CJI works with a diverse group of practitioners and policymakers throughout the criminal justice process, including corrections officials, police, courts, and political and community leaders. Our project teams provide technical assistance, training, consulting and evaluation services to support the development and implementation of evidence-based practices in juvenile and criminal justice, including policing, pretrial, courts, correctional institutions and probation/parole.
Responsible for the development and management of CJI’s financial systems, including both annual operating and project-specific budgets. Provide ongoing oversight of contracts and grants, and support CJI staff in all fiscal and contracting matters.
Primary responsibilities: CJI, as a division of CRJ, has support from and partners with the CRJ Fiscal Department. CJI’s current revenue is approximately $6m, which is a mix of federal, state, local and private dollars and most is raised from the US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs.