Careers at CPJ

 

Program Associate

Starting December 1
Full-time in Washington, DC

The Center for Public Justice (CPJ) seeks a program associate responsible for a range of policy research, outreach, event management, and logistics support activities for CPJ’s Families Valued initiative. This position reports to the Families Valued Project lead (Resident Fellow, Rachel Anderson), and works with CPJ’s Director of Communications and other team members.

Families Valued promotes public policies and workplace practices that better support family life and respect the family responsibilities of all workers. The project deploys a three-part strategy: research and listening, creating tools for Christian citizens and institutions to advance family-supportive practices, and holding forums in which Christians can share ideas and advance common ground. Each of these strategies is grounded in CPJ’s principled pluralist approach to politics and public policy.

A commitment to Christ in all that we do is essential to the fulfillment of CPJ's mission, therefore any interested candidate should be able to demonstrate their faith commitment in practice and explain how they envision their faith connecting with their role at CPJ. After submission of the required application materials, qualified candidates will be asked to review the Standards of Conduct. Prior to setting up an interview, qualified candidates will be asked to affirm willingness to uphold these standards if selected for the position.

CPJ is a nonpartisan, independent, Christian civic ­education and public policy organization whose mission is to serve God, advance justice and transform public life. Through its initiatives CPJ equips citizens, develops leaders and shapes policy.

Competitive Salary, Excellent Benefits

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Program Coordinator

Full-time in Washington, DC

The Center for Public Justice (CPJ) seeks a program coordinator responsible for all logistical and substantive program operations for The Sacred Sector Project, a two-track program to equip faith-based organizations and emerging leaders within the faith-based nonprofit sector to integrate and advance their sacred missions in every area of organizational life. The first track of this program will provide a one-year learning community focused on organizational development, education and capacity building activities for faith-based nonprofits. The second track prepares seminarians as emerging leaders to pursue their calling in the faith-based nonprofit sector.

This position reports to the Director of Strategic Engagement and works with a Director of Communications and other staff as appropriate, including the senior director of the Institutional Religious Freedom Alliance, who guides initiatives to shape public policy affecting faith-based organizations.

A commitment to Christ in all that we do is essential to the fulfillment of CPJ's mission, therefore any interested candidate should be able to demonstrate their faith commitment in practice and explain how they envision their faith connecting with their role at CPJ. After submission of the required application materials, qualified candidates will be asked to review the Standards of Conduct. Prior to setting up an interview, qualified candidates will be asked to affirm willingness to uphold these standards if selected for the position.

CPJ is a nonpartisan, independent, Christian civic education and public policy organization whose mission is to serve God, advance justice and transform public life. Through its initiatives CPJ equips citizens, develops leaders and shapes policy.

Competitive Salary, Excellent Benefits

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