The Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law is a nonpartisan law and policy institute that seeks to improve our systems of democracy and justice. We work to hold our political institutions and laws accountable to the twin American ideals of democracy and equal justice for all. The Center’s work ranges from voting rights to campaign finance reform, from ending mass incarceration to preserving Constitutional protection in the fight against terrorism. Part think tank, part advocacy group, part cutting edge communications hub, we start with rigorous research. We craft innovative policies. And we fight for them – in Congress and the states, the courts, and in the court of public opinion.
The Communications Department is seeking an Event Producer, reporting to the Vice President of Communications and the Creative Director, to assist in production, marketing, organization and logistical arrangements of Brennan Center public events.
Public Events - Core responsibilities include:
Work with Brennan Center Vice President of Communications, and Creative Director on the Communications team to help:
The ideal candidate will have:
Salary: The salary is highly competitive in the field and commensurate with experience. A generous benefits package is available as well.
Applications: Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until a qualified candidate is identified. To apply, please visit http://brennancenter.applytojob.com/apply/GYMJlYLy1P/Event-Producer and upload the following application materials (preferably in pdf format): a cover letter (copy and paste in the space provided), a resume, a writing sample, and contact information for three references. If you have difficulty with the online system, you may send your application by e-mail to: email@example.com with “Event Producer” in the subject line, after registering in the online system.
The Brennan Center, an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, is strongly committed to diversity and welcomes applicants of all races, ethnicities, genders, and sexual orientations, including people who have been previously incarcerated.