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Production Coordinator, State Court Report (Judiciary Program)

  • Job
    Full-time
    Junior Level
  • Government & Politics
  • $73K - $78K
  • New York City

Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree.
  • A minimum of one year of work experience in digital publications, project management, and/or as a paralegal. Two or more years of work experience is preferred.
  • Ability to manage multiple complex projects.
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Adept at meeting deadlines.
  • Strong writing skills.
  • An interest in learning about legal and policy issues.
  • Flexibility and willingness to take on a wide variety of projects to help meet project goals.
  • Ability to work collaboratively and independently and thrive in a busy and dynamic work environment, juggling multiple projects.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and proven ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships with colleagues in other departments.
  • A creative, problem-solving mindset with demonstrated ability to turn ideas into products or actions.
  • Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Responsibilities

  • Work collaboratively across departments to support the production needs for State Court Report.
  • Maintain State Court Report’s editorial calendar and database and track deliverables from Brennan Center staff, freelance writers, and contributors.
  • Interface with authors about licensing agreements, honoraria, and other administrative matters.
  • Post articles on the State Court Report website.
  • Update and maintain information on the website and identify ways to improve reader experience.
  • Track cases via court websites, download case documents, and update case tracking databases.
  • Build lists as part of audience-building projects.
  • In collaboration with the Communications department, track metrics to identify trends and audience preferences.
  • Support building State Court Report’s social media presence, including posting copy and compiling article collections.
  • Produce summaries of recent scholarship for internal use.
  • Track conferences, award opportunities, and other recurring events, help prepare materials.
  • Supervise interns on State Court Report projects.
  • Other projects and duties as relevant.

We are a nonpartisan law and policy institute that seeks to improve our systems of democracy and justice.

Law
Industry
51-200
Employees
1995
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

The Brennan Center for Justice is a non-partisan law and policy institute that focuses on improving systems of democracy and justice. They conduct research, advocacy, and litigation to protect voting rights, ensure fair representation, and promote justice reform. Their aim is to strengthen democracy, advance equal justice, and safeguard the fundamental freedoms that underpin the United States' democratic system. By addressing pressing issues through innovative solutions, the Brennan Center seeks to create a fairer, more inclusive, and more equitable society.

Culture & Values

  • Drive Visionary Goals through a Pragmatic Approach

    We strive to reform our systems of democracy and justice by delivering clear-minded and independent analysis. We earn trust in our professional expertise through rigorous research and a focus on facts. Realizing durable change takes time, so we always keep in mind the long-term impact of our initiatives. We set achievable goals with tangible outcomes, and reach them through practical, solutions-driven methods.

  • Promote Openness & Accessibility

    We produce our best outcomes by leveraging diverse experiences and perspectives. We foster an internal culture that is equitable and rooted in dignity and respect. Historically marginalized communities suffer most from the problems we seek to solve, and colleagues that reflect those communities enrich our work. We welcome all staff and external contributors at the intersections of race, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, age, ability, religion, and socioeconomic status. By exercising multidisciplinary thinking, we aim to generate ideas that are accessible and relevant to our teams and the broader multiethnic American public.

  • Nurture Growth & Excellence

    We foster a spirit of curiosity and inquiry, adapting to new information, taking ambitious risks, and learning new skills that will develop us professionally and personally. We exercise creativity and innovation in alignment with our mission, constantly advancing both the organization and ourselves.

  • Cultivate Meaningful Teamwork & Collaboration

    Collaboration and teamwork are essential to growing and sustaining our development. We strive to build trusting bonds through mutual accountability and communication that is inclusive and transparent. We reinforce these bonds with unwavering kindness, humility, flexibility, and empathy across all teams. We make decisions through a balance of thoughtful feedback, respectful candor, and careful consideration of all points of view.