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Employment

Career Opportunities with the Memorial Fund

Director for Officer Safety and Wellness Initiative

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (“NLEOMF”) is developing initiatives and programs to promote office safety and wellness. The Director for Officer Safety and Wellness Initiative will serve as the project director on federal partnership programs including, but not limited to: the Department of Justice, COPS Office, Bureau of Justice Assistance; Department of Homeland Security; and the Department of Transportation. This is a grant funded position starting on October 1st, lasting a minimum of a year and up to three years.

Job Description

Project Manager for Officer Safety and Wellness Initiative

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (“NLEOMF”) is developing initiatives and programs to promote office safety and wellness. The Project Manager for Officer Safety and Wellness Initiative will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of federally funded projects, including all requirements and deliverables as outlined in grants, contracts, and Statements of Work developed for each grant. The Manager will indirectly oversee all NLEOMF support personnel and ensure that assigned activities are completed on time and within budget. This position will keep open lines of communication with the Officer Safety and Wellness Director and all designated NLEOMF staff. This is a grant funded position starting on October 1st, lasting a minimum of a year and up to three years.

Job Description

Employment Contact: Colleen Ludgate, 202-737-8520 or resumes@nleomf.org.


Internships

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund operates a regular internship program that provides students with work opportunities in various aspects of non-profit organization and operations, as well as museum programs.
  • For information on internship opportunities with the Memorial Fund, contact Colleen Ludgate, at 202-737-8520 or cludgate@nleomf.org.
  • For information on internship opportunities with the National Law Enforcement Museum, click here.