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     Employment Opportunities

The following OJJDP positions are open until Friday, October 16, 2015:

  • Grants Management Specialist
    The incumbent for this position has the responsibility for programmatic and fiscal oversight, planning, development, implementation, and assessment of OJJDP grant programs that address youth risk behavior, delinquency, victimization, and improvement of the juvenile justice system. Learn more and apply.

  • Senior Social Science Analyst
    This position serves as the Senior Social Science Analyst (Research Coordinator) in OJJDP’s Innovation and Research Division. The incumbent is assigned responsibility for the initiation, formulation, planning, execution, and analysis of one or more complex social and behavioral research programs related to the juvenile justice system, juvenile delinquency, and juvenile victimization. These duties are principally in support of the development, management, and operation of OJJDP's juvenile justice research and evaluation agenda. Learn more and apply.

Visit the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) website to learn about job opportunities from its bureaus and offices.