Career Opportunities

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.

Data Analyst
Research and collect project-related data and develop an analytic approach for tracking project progress and outcome measures in collaboration with a diverse array of stakeholders.

Apply Online for the Data Analyst

Communications and Engagement Coordinator
Create effective messaging and amplify MONSE’s mission, strategies, progress, and impact.

Apply Online for the Communications and Engagement Coordinator

Bilingual Visitation Monitor (Part-Time)
Provide in-language services to Spanish-speaking families in a coordinated community response to reduce the impact and increase services to families experiencing domestic violence (intimate partner violence).

Apply Online for the Bilingual Visitation Monitor (Part-Time)

Visitation Monitor (Part-Time)
Coordinate a safe supervised visitation and/or exchange session between the non-custodial parent and child(ren) of families experiencing domestic violence (intimate partner violence) while seeking to promote behaviors that increase the safety of all parties. 

Apply Online for the Visitation Monitor (Part-Time)