Open Positions

Officer Safety and Wellness (OSW) Project Director, National Law Enforcement Initiatives

Position Summary:
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The Officer Safety and Wellness (OSW) Project Director’s primary responsibilities:

  • Oversee multiple OSW programs, both in-person and virtual
  • Serve as the primary liaison between NLEMM and the field and establish new partnerships with relevant area, state, and national organizations that support our NLEMM goals and objectives
  • Development and implementation of the Law Enforcement Affiliate Program (LEAP) which raises funds through payroll deduction programs

For information on the position above, contact Margaret Mullins, at 202-737-7137 or mmullins@nleomf.org.


Program Administrator

Position Summary:
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The National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum seeks an attentive project manager with strong administrative skills that will support the Director of Programs and the Program Department through the coordination of a wide range of departmental functions such as public program planning, group sales, and volunteer management. The Program Administrator will cultivate meaningful relationships in the community and with all museum staff, volunteers, and stakeholders to build sustainable programs and create more awareness for law enforcement history and culture.

For information on the position above, contact Margaret Mullins, at 202-737-7137 or mmullins@nleomf.org.


A/V Assistant

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The A/V Assistant’s primary role will be to support audio and visual needs of the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum’s exhibitions, events, and programs in addition to supporting all areas within the Facilities Team including Maintenance, IT, and Security.

For information on the position above, contact Margaret Mullins, at 202-737-7137 or mmullins@nleomf.org.


Internships

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and the National Law Enforcement Museum operate regular internship programs that provide students with work opportunities in various aspects of non-profit organization and operations, as well as museum programs.

For information on internship opportunities, contact Margaret Mullins mmullins@nleomf.org.


The NLEOMF is an equal employment opportunity employer.  We adhere to a policy of making employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, age or disability.  We assure you that your opportunity for employment with NLEOMF depends solely on your qualifications. We do not collect data on race, color, or national origin. To file a complaint of discrimination, contact the EEOC.