Careers

Why Safe Streets?

Safe Streets believes each of us can live in a safe and thriving neighborhood.

Safe Streets’ mission is to unite and inspire neighbors, youth, and businesses to build safe, healthy, and thriving communities.

Safe Streets mobilizes grassroots community change by motivating and inspiring action in the community, teaching leadership strategies so community members solve their own problems, assisting neighborhoods and youth to define their vision for change, and connecting people and organizations for success.

With Safe Streets, you can make an incredible difference in the Tacoma and Pierce County community.

Note: Right now, all applicants are required proof of COVID-19 vaccination or documentation of
acceptable medical or religious exemptions. Individuals seeking an exemption will be required to receive
regular COVID-19 tests and may be subject to additional safety protocols.

Current Employment Opportunities @ Safe Streets

Data Coordinator – Spring 2022

The Data Coordinator manages all functions related to collection and analysis of internal and external data relevant to achieving the mission of the agency. They are responsible for providing data to the management team that will help the agency improve upon existing programs and initiatives. The Data Coordinator is expected to use a Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats tool to help staff understand community trends and opportunities for agency growth. Through their ongoing analysis of data, they are expected to work with the Deputy Director to provide information important to foundation and government funding opportunities to support agency programs and initiatives.

Executive Director – Spring / Summer 2022

The Executive Director is responsible for the leadership and overall strategic and operational management of Safe Streets, a non-profit organization that exists to unite and inspire neighbors, youth, and businesses to build safe, healthy, thriving communities. The Executive Director reports to and works in partnership with a Board of Directors in developing and managing the organization’s budget, supervising paid staff, and maintaining strong relationships with the community.