The Center For Policing Equity

We are research scientists, race and equality experts, law enforcement professionals, data virtuosos, using data as tools to build more fair and just systems.

It is critical that we begin with strong law enforcement partnerships. The next step brings in stakeholders to work backwards to identify systems and practices that produce inequity. Then we allow the data to guide us.

Jun 18, 2019
The Center for Policing Equity is looking for a skilled,  Human Resources (HR) Generalist  with a passion for social justice issues. Under the direction of the Associate Executive Director ,  the HR Generalist will coordinate all HR processes for Center for Policing Equity employees. Using problem solving and analytic skills, the HR Generalist will coordinate all personnel processes including recruitment, hiring and onboarding new employees, executing on HR and personnel protocols for active employees, and administration such as processing payroll. The HR Generalist must be knowledgeable about HR best practices and administration.  Key Responsibilities Develop job descriptions in collaboration with key staff members Coordinate posting of job descriptions across all relevant job forums Coordinate recruitment efforts for attracting talent Conduct screening interviews for applicants and escalate superior candidates to the appropriate teams/supervisors for full interviews Conduct reference checks and credential verification processes once candidates have been identified Create and deliver offer letters to prospective hires Enter new hire information into the internal payroll system Work with new employees’ supervisors to create onboarding plans for new hires Conduct new employee orientation and provide benefits information Process employee payroll and leave accruals using the internal payroll system Coordinate and monitor all leaves of absence including family and medical leave participation and workers compensation incidents Collect and maintain employee personnel records Conduct exit interviews Analyze and make recommendations for optimizing current HR policies and procedures Work with PEO to ensure organization is adhering to multiple HR laws that may vary by state Qualifications (required) Previous work experience in HR administration (minimum of 3 years) Demonstrated working knowledge and ability to understand, interpret, and apply principles and best practices for HR administration Demonstrated ability to handle confidential materials with discretion and sensitivity Interpersonal skills to relate tactfully and diplomatically with employees Experience working with payroll software applications and Microsoft Office Ability to work independently Strong written and verbal communication skills Superior attention to detail Proactive in surfacing problems and finding solutions Ability to quickly adapt to a growing organization Passionate about social justice issues  Other Relevant Qualifications (desired, but not required) Bachelors degree in relevant field Passion for social justice   Application Submission Guidelines Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. However, applications received after June 1, 2019 will receive delayed consideration. Please submit the following materials to apply for this position: CV/resume Cover Letter Please be sure to label each PDF file by including your name. For example, your submitted CV should be labeled, “LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME.CV.pdf.” 
The Center For Policing Equity Los Angeles, CA, USA Human Resources
Jun 18, 2019
CPE is looking for a skilled  Program Manager  with a passion for social justice issues. The Program Manager will leverage their background in project management, stakeholder engagement, and change management to help scale their program’s work, drive efficiency, and build cohesion and collaboration across a diverse, geographically distributed team. This role will also collaborate with Program Managers across the central, org-wide Program Management Office (PMO) to establish, promote, and enforce CPE’s standards for project management and operational protocols. This role reports to the Senior Vice President of Program Management, and collaborates closely with the Executive Director, who owns the roadmap and strategic priorities of the Administration & Operations program. Key Responsibilities Project Management: Plan and manage multiple related projects of varying scope/complexity while meeting deadlines Risk Management: Proactively identify risks to the program’s success, and work with teams and org leadership to mitigate these risks before they become issues Stakeholder Engagement: Clear communication and distillation of complex ideas into easy-to-understand language, for diverse audiences including org executives, junior staff, and external partners Process Evolution and Change Management: Work with the PMO to develop, enforce, and improve established processes, tools, standards, and documentation needed to successfully execute strategic initiatives across the program Desired Qualities and Skillset Bachelor's degree / 5+ years of Project or Program Management experience Demonstrated experience with a variety of project management methodologies and tools Ability to quickly adapt and apply new project management tools and processes to a growing organization Exceedingly strong communication skills (both written and verbal), with a passion for distilling complex ideas into language that is easy to understand Be a strong team player, assisting the overall team and peers to achieve success Application Submission Guidelines Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. However, applications received after June 1, 2019 will receive delayed consideration.  Please submit the following materials to apply: Resume/CV Cover Letter Please be sure to label each PDF file by including your name. For example, your submitted CV should be labeled, “LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME.CV.pdf.” 
The Center For Policing Equity Los Angeles, CA, USA Administration / Clerical
Jun 18, 2019
The Center for Policing Equity is seeking a Development Director to lead fundraising activities and oversee donor relations. The successful candidate will be responsible for executing annual campaigns to meet funding goals, communicating with current and prospective donors, and building a strong development team. The position involves engaging with high net worth individuals and managing individual, foundation, and government grants. If you have a strong background in nonprofit development and interest in criminal justice reform, we encourage you to apply. Specific areas of responsibility include:   Fundraising Design, implement, and manage all fundraising activities including annual giving, special project campaigns, and other solicitations. Cultivate new donors and maintain relationships with existing donors through personal visits along with key CPE principals, phone calls, electronic communications, special events, and other communications vehicles. Maintain contact with prospects and help develop grant proposals. Lead project teams in proposal development. Ensure grant submission and reporting deadlines are met. Assist in identifying new opportunities for support. Organize major donor/prospect events and follow up as needed, including assessing the return on investment for each event to inform future planning. Integrate a digital strategy with overall fundraising plan, including appeals and influencer communication. Board of Directors Relations Serve as development liaison to the board of directors and engage board members with outreach and prospect cultivation. Assume responsibility for all development reports to the board and attend all board meetings. Development Office Infrastructure Supervise donor and gift record-keeping. Coordinate development research activities. Oversee database management and gift processing. Manage pledge reminder and acknowledgement programs. Advise Executive Director and finance department on budgeting for development/fundraising activities.  Qualifications: A minimum of seven years professional fundraising experience, preferably in a criminal justice reform or advocacy-focused nonprofit. Proven experience in designing and managing development and major gifts programs. Experience with developing and maintaining productive working relationships with board members, donors, volunteers, and program and administrative staff. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work as a leader and as part of a team. Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) credentials a plus.
The Center For Policing Equity Los Angeles, CA, USA Development