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CSI Special Projects Manager

POSITION: CSI Special Projects Manager

DEPARTMENT: Community Security Initiative

SALARY: $80,000 – $85,000



TIME-LIMITED: 12/31/2024 (extension depending upon 3 year grant funding)


Reporting to the VP of Community Security Initiative and Head of Special Projects, the CSI Special Projects Manager will assist in managing all CSI special projects, specifically the CSI Site Visits and Vulnerability Assessment Program and the program management of Personnel Resiliency Training Guard Force (PRT Guard Force). Additionally, the CSI Special Projects Manager will assist with CSI’s Community Outreach Program and the CSI Analysis Center as needed.


  • Assist with managing day-to-day operations of CSI’s Site Visit/Vulnerability Assessment program.
  • Work to identify, schedule and conduct CSI Site Visits/Vulnerability Assessments of Jewish institutions throughout catchment and provide security assessment reports.
  • Complete detailed written security assessment reports.
  • Assist with conducting threat analysis workups of Jewish sites for staff prior to CSI Site Visits.
  • Serve as constant liaison with JRIC, City EOC, Regional LE, and InfraGard to share information, intelligence, and security best practices as assigned.
  • Conduct community outreach to CSI client leadership, staff, and volunteers to share information, intelligence, and security best practices as assigned.
  • Utilize CSI Database mapping & other programs such as the Community Stakeholder Network, to perform analytics (report significant findings to supervisor).
  • Stand duty as off-hour CSI Duty Analyst as assigned, taking incident reports, answering client inquiries, and drafting CSI and One Voice Alerts.
  • Assist in the planning and logistics of CSI training, intelligence briefings and special events.


Other duties may be assigned by supervisor, including various administrative duties, or assisting with the campaign. Perform other related duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Regional Studies, Strategic Studies, International Relations, Political Science, Economics or equivalent military/professional intelligence training, security clearance a plus.
  • Knowledge of institutional safety and security practices.
  • Minimum 3+ years’ academic or professional experience in security operations management, training analysis and safety plan protocols.
  • Excellent time-management, communication, strong technical writing, presentation, facilitation, and organizational skills required.
  • Ability to engage effectively with diverse community stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Must possess advanced skills and experience in collecting and analyzing large quantities of data to produce notifications, assessments, and reports.
  • Must be flexible and possess the ability to function in stressful situations.
  • A dependable team player with business maturity, enthusiasm and a positive attitude.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel.
  • Experience with investigative and risk management tools desired.
  • A hybrid work model will be implemented for certain positions This position must report to worksite on non-remote workdays, as determined by the Federation.
  • All staff and building occupants must be fully vaccinated and proof of vaccination status will be required. Please disclose if accommodation to the Federation’s vaccination policy is sought for medical reasons or sincerely held religious beliefs.