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