Deputy Research Director for Criminal Justice

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The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority (ICJIA) is presenting a dynamic opportunity for individuals passionate about justice system research and organizational development. They are seeking a Deputy Research Director to join their Research & Analysis Unit (R&A), an integral part of ICJIA’s commitment to informed policy-making and justice system improvements.

This role is more than a job; it’s a chance to shape the future of Illinois criminal justice research and policy. The Deputy Research Director will advise research center managers, develop essential policies and guides, and assist in pivotal unit-wide changes. The position is ideal for those who enjoy high-level strategic planning and are eager to impact organizational change positively.

For those with a master’s degree in social sciences, public policy, or related fields, and experience in leadership, project management, and social science research, this role offers a platform to leverage their skills in a meaningful and impactful way. The job responsibilities include advising center managers, directly managing significant justice system projects, initiating new projects, attending key meetings, and developing research-based policies and training. Preferred qualifications include experience in social science research, direct supervisory roles, PMI Certification, and policy development experience. This opportunity is not just a career advancement but a chance to contribute significantly to the field of criminal justice. For a detailed job description and application details, visit here.

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