The Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement (MONSE) is seeking highly-qualified candidates who are passionate about building a safer Baltimore. MONSE empowers community partners and city agencies to play a more active role in preventing violence and co-producing public safety.
The Office is guided by Mayor Scott’s vision for Baltimore, rooted in a holistic approach to neighborhood health and safety that is outlined in the city’s first-ever Comprehensive Violence Prevention Plan.
Help us on our mission to co-produce public safety. Open positions are listed below. Click "Apply Online" to view the full job description.
Policy and Research Associate Director
The Policy and Research Associate Director will be responsible for bridging MONSE’s short- and long-term strategic priorities. This will include leadership in complex, multi-partner coordination efforts as well as data-driven, evidence-based policy analysis, development, impact monitoring and advocacy.
The Grant Writer will be responsible for proposal preparation, grant compliance, and inter-agency coordination in generating funding that bridges MONSE’s short- and long-term strategic priorities.
The Re-Entry Coordinator is responsible for resource and project coordination for MONSE-related re-entry programming. The Coordinator works with community-based providers and returning citizens to assess their specific needs and implement service provision enhancements, as appropriate.
Community Violence Intervention (CVI) Operations Manager
The Community Violence Prevention Operations Manager is responsible for the provision of operational, administrative, and planning support for MONSE’s Community Violence Intervention (CVI) grantees.