Applications for these roles closed on June 23, 2023. If you would like to work with PDAP, we can keep your application on file. Send an email to [email protected]. Please include a resume, personal website, LinkedIn profile, GitHub profile, or combination of these.
Our mission is to help people locate, understand, and share public records about every U.S. police system.
Our project has been in motion since 2020, powered by volunteers for the first two years. We put down roots in Pittsburgh as a non-profit and received grant funding in July of 2022. Our second funded year begins in July 2023.
We are an equal opportunity employer, and make hiring decisions based on merit. Valuing diversity and inclusiveness will help us build the strongest possible community and project.
People who have been impacted by the criminal legal system are especially encouraged to apply.
This foundational software role is for an experienced software developer to support the work of our coding community. You will be the steward of our open-source code repositories. You will work closely with our Executive Director, who is responsible for the product roadmap.
10–20 hours per week. This is a long-term engagement with flexible hours depending on your availability.
$40 per hour minimum. Our annual budget for this role is $30,000–75,000, scaled based on experience and time commitment.
These are flexible short-term fellowships, internships, or contracts. They may last a few weeks, up to 6 months depending on the project and your availability.
We are looking for skilled applicants of any experience level to work on our software projects. During an initial interview, we will discuss which issues on the roadmap seem like a good fit for your skills.
When you apply, please let us know if you're interested in a particular project.
We will agree on a schedule of work and check-ins which fits your availability for the duration of each project.
$25 per hour minimum. Our annual budget for this work is $50,000–100,000, scaled based on experience and time commitment.
Our staff is grant-funded, but we need more individual donor support to build capacity.
5–15 hours per week. This is a long-term engagement with flexible hours depending on your experience level and availability.
$25 per hour minimum. Our annual budget for this work is $15,000–20,000, scaled based on experience and time commitment.