We’re hiring! Join our team.

Our current openings are below. For more information, contact Aron at info@safetyandjustice.org or 971-230-1582.

Movement Building Director

Partnership for Safety and Justice (PSJ) seeks a skilled, strategic, and motivated relationship builder with a passion for social change and racial justice to be our new Movement Building Director. This is a senior level position that will join PSJ’s Senior Leadership Team.

This new, full-time, exempt position is based in Oregon. It will involve regular statewide outreach to build organizational relationships and partnerships to further PSJ’s mission to transform Oregon’s response to crime. Read the complete job description.

Position will remain open until filled. For best consideration, email your application by 9:00 am on Monday, November 23, 2020.

Communications Manager

Partnership for Safety and Justice (PSJ) seeks a creative, motivated, and skilled communicator to be our new Communications Manager. Our ideal candidate is passionate about using data and story to shift narratives and advance a racial justice policy change agenda.

This new, full-time exempt position is based in Oregon. The Communications Manager will work collaboratively with communications, program, and development teams to research, develop, and implement communications materials, messages, and digital content that inspire audiences to take action for criminal justice reform. Read the complete job description.

Position will remain open until filled. For best consideration, email your application by 9:00 am on Monday, November 30, 2020.

PSJ is an equal opportunity employer committed to an inclusive, equitable, and multicultural work environment. We are stronger and more effective because of the different pathways that have led our team members to who they are today. Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and other people of color; people who are gender non-binary; people with disabilities; LGBTQ candidates; survivors of crime; and people who have been convicted of crime are encouraged to apply.