Measures for Justice is a fast-paced, entrepreneurial organization that is on a mission to make good criminal justice data available and actionable to spur reform. We’ve got world class criminal justice data and technology chops. And a culture that demands excellence, rigor and people who like to make good ideas come to life.
To make it happen, we deploy three strategies:
- We show people what criminal justice looks like across the country via our free, interactive Data Portal;
- We help standardize and improve criminal justice data via work on the state and national level;
- We help put criminal justice data to work with tools, services, and research.
Since 2011, we have pioneered a methodology to compare how different justice systems perform on the county level and led the charge to improve county-level criminal justice data. We have strong support from prominent philanthropists, in particular from leading technology entrepreneurs and criminal justice foundations across the country, as well as from system practitioners and policymakers nationwide.
- You are continually improving your craft and are eager to work with the latest technologies.
- You have strong design and critical thinking skills, with knowledge of web development best practices.
- You are creative with an intuitive sense of design. You have a mastery of HTML5/CSS and can develop a UI without a framework, but have also worked with frameworks such as LESS, SASS, Bootstrap or Foundation.
- Your programming skills are way above average, you’re admired by your peers and have had a continuous string of successful projects.
- You have prior professional experience working for a criminal justice agency (preferred).
- 5+ years professional web development experience.
- BS or MS in Computer Science or related discipline or an equivalent combination of education and experience.