Open Positions

Civil Rights Monitor

This is a one-year, part-time, contract position. This position reports to AdHoc’s Project Manager. AdHoc’s Civil Rights Monitoring is a process of reviewing a particular event, process and or performance. The activity requires the technical skills and substantive administrative tools to effectively conduct surveillance activities. “Monitoring” is a broad term describing the active collection, verification and immediate use of information to address civil rights problems. Civil rights monitoring includes gathering information about incidents, observing activities and events (Oktoberfest, Kelly’s & McCoy’s Block Party etc.) in Westport. The term includes evaluative activities at the AdHoc Group Against Crime offices as well as first-hand fact-gathering and other work in the field.

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Lead Civil Rights Monitor

This is a one-year, part-time, contract position. This position reports to AdHoc’s Project Manager. The Shift Lead will provide quality on-site leadership of all procedures carried out by Civil Rights Monitors. AdHoc’s Civil Rights Monitoring is a process of reviewing a particular event, process and or performance. The activity requires the technical skills and substantive administrative tools effectively to conduct surveillance activities Civil rights monitoring includes gathering information about incidents, observing activities and events. The term includes evaluative activities at the AdHoc Group Against Crime offices as well as first-hand fact-gathering and other work in the field. Monitoring will take place in Westport.

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Project Manager

This is a one-year, full-time, salary position. This position provides a range of data collection and analysis for compiling weekly reports to Westport Community Improvement District (CID) and to the City of Kansas City, Missouri’s Public Safety Committee. The project manager provides supervision and scheduling of Civil Rights Monitors. This position reports directly to AdHoc’s President and works collaboratively to design overall functions and process flows of the monitoring program.

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