Job Opportunities for CJ students and graduates

Last Updated January 29, 2015:

Young Fellows Program   (Formerly the Internship Program)
Deadline: February 17, 2015

FCNL Young Fellows spend 11 months working in Washington DC with key staff members to build expertise in advocacy from a public interest perspective. The program is full-time and paid a subsistence-level salary with benefits.
Apply by February 16, 2015



Telling your parents you're a CJ major


Wondering how to explain your major to your parents? How to use it to get a job?  This is focused on Soc majors, but it has a lot of relevance for CJ as well. http://ctx.sagepub.com/

OCPD is HIRING

The Ocean City, MD Emergency Services Division hires (20) Seasonal Communications Operators every summer to assist with the demands of the summer season in a busy resort town. Seasonal Communications Operators are responsible for answering calls from residents/ visitors and coordinating responses from Public Safety Personnel (Police/ Fire/ EMS). In addition, Seasonal Communications Operators monitor the Town of Ocean City's Camera System and facilitate Communication between Public Safety and other Town of Ocean City Departments. Seasonal Communications Operators are paid $11.98 per hour.

 

For additional details about employment as well testing procedures, see 

http://content.govdelivery.com/attachments/MDOCEAN/2014/11/18/file_attachments/341902/Communications%2BOperators%2B2015%2BCompatibility%2BMode.pdf

Please direct any questions to Communications Supervisor Janet Guiton. She can be reached by phone (410-723-6933) or by email (jguiton@oceancitymd.gov)


Search for jobs with the State of Delaware, including corrections, human services, etc

http://www.delawarestatejobs.com/search/jobs.aspx


Anti-Money Laundering task force investigators

JP Morgan Chase needs to hire “hundreds” of investigators over the next couple of years for its Anti-Money Laundering task force.  They are interested in hiring recent UD graduates, including but certainly not limited to criminal justice majors, for entry level positions.  The two representatives from JPMC said that some knowledge of finance or criminal investigation would be helpful, but the skills they emphasized were “higher order thinking,” “analytical,” “think on their feet,” “street smarts,” “attention to detail,” and “natural curiosity.” 

 For more information, search Blue Hens Jobs for JP Morgan: http://www.udel.edu/CSC/jobs/jobs_portal.html





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