Open Leadership Positions
Physicians for Criminal Justice Reform is seeking physicians to fill open leadership positions on our team. Available positions include:
- Finance Committee Chair
- Research Committee Chair
- Correctional Healthcare Taskforce Director
- Correctional Healthcare Taskforce Assistant Director
- Juvenile Justice Taskforce Assistant Director
- Offer the opportunity to work with an engaged leadership team and established physician-activists on the most critical civil rights issue of our time
- Are unpaid volunteer positions
- Require a minimum commitment of 1 year
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Taskforce Directors/Assistant Directors:
- Work with the Membership Committee to recruit members and fellows to the Taskforce
- Work with the Research Committee to generate at least one white paper per quarter from their Taskforce
- Identify 3 experts within their Taskforce to become members of the PfCJR Speakers Bureau (see more)
- Identify 3 experts within their Taskforce to become members of the PfCJR Writers Bureau (see more)
- Provide the Public Relations Committee with links to Speakers Bureau events, Op-Eds, announcements of new partnerships, relevant content for posting across media platforms
- Identify and engage at least 1 new partner organization and partner liaison in the first year, and maintaining those relationships thereafter
- Report status/progress of the Taskforce at each Board Meeting
- Implement other initiatives that advocate reform on the assigned Core Issue as appropriate
- Become a member either of the Speakers Bureau or Writers Bureau
- Engage committee members each month by providing Taskforce Updates for the PfCJR monthly newsletter
- Hold committee meetings no less than quarterly to update and report progress on initiatives
- Provide the Social Media Committee with links to relevant content for posting across media platforms
- Contribute a Committee Update to the Quarterly PfCJR Newsletter
- Report status/progress of the Committee at each Board Meeting
- Implement other initiatives that advocate reform on Core Issues as appropriate
The Finance Committee, chaired by the PfCJR Treasurer, is responsible for managing and monitoring the fiscal activities of PfCJR including accounting for revenues and expenditures, developing an annual budget, providing monthly budget reports to the Board of Directors, filing taxes annually and ensuring compliance with all laws and regulations for 501c3 organizations.
The Research Committee is responsible for identifying and centralizing research related to PfCJR’s Core Issues by disseminating findings to the PfCJR membership and public, and supporting Taskforces and Partner Liaisons with literature searches and white papers on Core Issues.
Correctional Healthcare TaskForce
The Correctional Healthcare TaskForce is responsible for recruiting members and implementing core strategies related to the provision of adequate mental and physical healthcare to incarcerated individuals.
Juvenile Justice TaskForce
The Juvenile Justice Taskforce is responsible for recruiting members and implementing core strategies related to the identification and diversion of at-risk youth involved in the juvenile justice system.