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.

 

 

Chief of Staff

Reporting directly to MONSE's Agency Executive, the Chief of Staff will serve as a  trusted advisor and facilitator, funnel, and filter  of information, to the Agency Executive and senior leaders, as appropriate. Among other duties, this position is responsible for working with agency leadership to develop and execute strategic planning initiatives, evaluating and anticipating the agency's changing operational needs, overseeing all external reports, and representing MONSE before government councils and commissions as well as external stakeholders. 

Apply online for the Chief of Staff position

Bilingual Visitation Monitor

As part of the Baltimore City Visitation Center team, the Bilingual Visitation Monitor is responsible for devising, coordinating and implementing the execution of a safe supervised visitation and/or exchange session between the non-custodial parent and child(ren) while seeking to promote behaviors that increase the safety of all parties before, during and after services are rendered. 

This position will provide in-language services to our Spanish-speaking families and help further our coordinated community response to reduce the impact and increase services to these families experiencing domestic violence

Apply online for the Bilingual Visitation Monitor position

Community Violence Intervention Deputy Director

As part of MONSE's Gun Violence Prevention lane, the Community Violence Intervention Deputy Director is responsible for providing leadership in developing and implementing Community Violence Intervention programming, working with external partners to support collaborative strategies that improve community safety, and providing technical assistance around program management, operations, and fiscal stability. 

Apply online for the Community Violence Intervention Deputy Director position