The New Orleans Office of the Independent Police Monitor is currently hiring a Deputy Monitor of Use of Force Investigations, a Complaint Intake Coordinator, and an Auditor. Interested individuals should apply online here through the New Orleans Civil Service Commission. 

Below are job descriptions for positions available:

The Deputy Monitor of Use of Force Investigations:  Professional, administrative and supervisory work assisting the Independent Police Monitor in the management of the office.   Work includes supervising investigations that involve the New Orleans Police Department’s Use of Force, Disciplinary Hearings, as well as other investigations. Work also includes participating and overseeing investigatory processing as well as reviewing, compiling, organizing, evaluating and summarizing statistical data; and related work as required. Read more and apply here.

Independent Police Monitor Auditor: Professional, administrative and some supervisory work assessing police operations for compliance with applicable laws, regulations, charter provisions, ordinances, grant provisions, contract requirements, and established policies and procedures.  Work includes developing audit plans and objectives as well as evaluating and assessing areas of risk.  Work also includes determining if effective controls are in place, and suggest approaches for addressing risk; and related work as required.  Minimum qualifications are a Juris Doctor or Master’s Degree in Accounting, Public Administration, Business Administration or a closely related field from an accredited college or university.  College coursework (undergraduate or graduate) must also have included 24 hours of accounting coursework. Read more and apply here.

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