Stanford University is recognized as one the world’s most prestigious academic institutions. Stanford Law School currently has an opening for an Executive Director to join the Stanford Criminal Justice Center (SCJC).
You will serve as the chief administrator for the program. Duties will include:
- Assist the Faculty Co-Directors (Joan Petersilia and Robert Weisberg) with all SCJC activities.
- Identify and develop the direction/goals for the center.
- Take the lead in planning and executing research and programs.
- Work with the Program Support Group to manage all aspects of events.
- Assist with the placement and editing of scholarly papers generated by SCJC events.
- Work with the Levin Center for Public Service and Public Interest Law to identify and arrange for the supervision of students in criminal law externship programs.
- Help advise JD students interested in pursuing criminal law careers.Qualifications:Requires a J.D. and criminal law experience, as well as familiarity with social science research methods. Candidates without a J.D. but with a doctoral-level criminal justice degree will be considered if they also have extensive familiarity with criminal court systems.
Experience in program administration, social science research, and event-organization is desired, as is the ability to work in a collaborative academic setting.
A writing sample to demonstrate excellence in writing should be available on request.
We will reward you with attractive compensation & benefits. All interested and qualified applicants must apply online via the Stanford jobs website. Reference the job number 37860 in the Keyword Search field to locate this job description and apply. Questions about this opening (but not the application itself) can be sent to email@example.com.