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Posted: Thursday, January 29, 2015 5:06 AM

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Answer phones, general customer service needs . Also handle administrative duties such as calendar management . Must have excellent communication skills, solid MS Office skills and prior experience working within a reception or customer service capacity. Excellent opportunity for a warm, intelligent and friendly individual.

Schedule is Flexible - Require 3 days on weekday but flexible on hours . At least 15 hours a week. Can be more time depending on your schedule and income needs.

• Location: Brooklyn


Posted: Thursday, January 29, 2015 4:16 AM

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Summary of Position

The Municipal Art Society seeks a part-time Production Assistant in the Events and Community Engagement department to support the production of the organization's spring 2015 events. The position is paid hourly and requires a three day per week commitment from February until June. This is a fixed-length position.

Under the guidance of the Manager of Events and Community Engagement, the Production Assistant will assist and support the production of all spring programs for 2015. These programs and events include: the Annual Members Meeting, the MASterworks Awards, Jane's Walk 2015, Pitching the City at the Ideas City Festival, and the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Medal, among others. Serving as the largest MAS event in the spring, Jane's Walk is a weekend-long, citizen-driven event that honors the legacy of urban activist Jane Jacobs. Jane's Walk sparks city-wide dialogue, deepening people's understanding of and appreciation for New York. Since its inception in Toronto in 2007, Jane's Walk has expanded rapidly and is now celebrated in over 100 cities in 22 countries worldwide. More information on MAS events and awards can be found here at http://www.mas.org/awards/ and http://www.mas.org/programs/.

To ensure seamless event planning and production, MAS is looking for a self-starter interested in strengthening their event production and management skills. This position is a unique opportunity to engage with a wide range of audiences and initiatives within the architecture, urban planning, design, and preservation fields. The ideal candidate will be able to act decisively, interface with high-profile participants as well as organizational volunteers, and be a team player.

As one of the central community engagement tools of the organization, MAS events serve to drive the mission of the organization, engage the MAS constituency, build new audiences, as well as communicate the work of MAS to the public with goals of increasing membership, making visible MAS initiatives, providing city‐wide thought leadership, and bringing together and educating diverse constituencies and stakeholders.

Qualifications

Exemplary event planning and production experience is a must.
Ideal for recent college graduates or experienced candidates looking to transition into the nonprofit sector, especially in an events and programming capacity.
Outstanding writing skills, verbal communication and presentation skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office products, especially Excel. Experience with Adobe products is a plus.
Ability to work both independently and with a team.
Detail-oriented, organized, resourceful, collaborative, and energetic.
Candidates with interest in architecture, urban planning and/or public policy are at an advantage.

Values

Dedication to the ideals of a more equitable, resilient, economically and culturally vibrant New York City.
Commitment to hard work in a professional and fun workplace.
Comfortable working in a fast‐paced environment and always eager to learn.
A good sense of humor.


Duration

February until June, 2015.

Application Instructions

To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to Stacey Anderson, Manager of Events and Community Engagement at sanderson@mas.org by Monday, February 2nd at noon. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

• Location: Manhattan, 488 Madison Avenue, 1900 Suite


Posted: Thursday, January 29, 2015 4:16 AM

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CodeNow is a fast-growing tech non-profit that provides free out-of-school computer programming workshops to underrepresented high school students. CodeNow has been featured in VentureBeat, TechCrunch, Fast Company, Business Insider, WSJ, and WhiteHouse.gov, among other publications. In early 2014 CodeNow participated in Y Combinator. Currently we have workshops in New York City, Bay Area, and Miami and are in the process of scaling. For additional info, please visit http://codenow.org/about-us/.
CodeNow is looking for a New York-based Executive Assistant who will provide comprehensive support to the CEO. The Executive Assistant will be responsible for ensuring the smooth execution of the CEO’s daily activities and tasks. Candidates for this position should have exceptional multi-tasking skills, thrive in fast-paced environments and are committed to our mission. There is room for growth with this position. Previous executive assistant experience desired.

Responsibilities will include:
Manage the CEO’s daily meeting/appointment calendar, including the scheduling of internal meetings with other staff and external calls and meetings
Supporting next steps from meetings and travel, anticipating and tracking these tasks against achievable timeline
Brief CEO about upcoming schedule and commitments, including info on relevant parties (bio’s, org background/context, etc)
Prioritize and handle internal and external correspondence, including some email (drafting, typing, forwarding) and the creation of external materials for CEO’s use
Provide support in planning and executing CodeNow’s workshops
Assist with the organization’s social media presence
Provide administrative assistance to team members when needed

Qualifications:
2+ years’ work experience
Knowledge of and passion for CodeNow’s mission
Excellent writing, proofreading, and research skill
Strong ability to multi-task, plan, organize and follow through on a variety of tasks
Self-starter with a demonstrated ability to work independently and in a group to produce successful results
Experience managing professional social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest)
Excellent interpersonal and time management skills
Curiosity to learn about the tech sector
Available to work some weekends (when most of our workshops are held)
Professionalism and confidentiality.
Ability to travel (up to 25%)

Submit resume and cover letter, which includes a few sentences on why you personally care about our mission and why you would be a good fit for the position. Salary is competitive. Include salary requirements in your cover letter. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. Be prepared to provide a writing sample and two recommendations if requested. Deadline to apply is February 1st. In the subject line, please state the position you are applying for. Email future(at)CodeNow.org.

• Location: Manhattan, Manhattan, NY, 10016


Posted: Thursday, January 29, 2015 12:13 AM

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Position Summary:
Race Forward is a racial justice organization that uses media, research and practice to promote solutions. We are seeking a full-time Executive Assistant to provide administrative, logistical and research support to Race Forward's President. In this role you will provide executive support to the President by serving as the primary contact for all internal and external stakeholders on all matters. Also serve as a liaison to the board of directors and senior management team by organizing and coordinating executive outreach and external relation efforts and oversee any special projects. This is a small entrepreneurial environment so a mission must drive the Executive Assistant; they should be results oriented and have a desire to make a difference in the racial justice community.

Essential Functions:


Prioritize and handle internal and external correspondence, including scheduling, e-mail drafting, forwarding and the creation of external materials for the President's use.
Coordinate both internal and external engagements based on understanding of Executive office priorities and commitments.
Vet and respond to internal and external request for the President's time.
Assist President in time management and follow-up on next steps, anticipating and tracking these tasks against achievable timelines.
Provide comprehensive travel support, including booking and briefing the President on upcoming schedule and commitments.
Reconcile monthly credit card statement and process expenses for President's travel, supply and ad hoc needs.
Maintain clear and consistent communication with program directors for follow-up on tasks and assignments as assigned by the President.
Provide consistent communication and meeting support to Board of Directors.
Lead archiving of President's program records and history, including the preparation of President's papers for archives and developing archival homes on public access.
Assist with content management and program support functions, including logging live meeting notes, operationalizing workflow systems, drafting documents, maintaining files and records, and appropriately archiving program-related information.
Field queries from general public, partners, stakeholders, media professionals/journalists and direct them to appropriate RF departments as needed. Negotiate fees, if necessary.
Draft and design visual presentations, using graphics and data visualization tools as needed. Prepare President to be presentation-ready for public appearances, speaking gigs, trainings and consultations.
Produce professional correspondence, including drafting memos, letters, e-mail templates, meeting agendas.
Conduct basic research as needed.
Work independently and as part of a team on both special/nonrecurring and ongoing projects, performing event planning, project management and data generation duties as needed.

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, candidate must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

5-8 years in an administrative position
Superior and continual attention to detail and follow up. This job requires expansive ability to manage large amounts of correspondence, information and expectations to help Executive office function smoothly.
Ability to multitask and handle competing demands; prioritize and manage focus and productivity effectively; ability to manage time and meet deadlines.
Ability to work independently and demonstrate strong initiative, creativity and innovation without continuous supervision
Excellent writing, editing and proofing skills.
Ability to be discreet and judicious with non-routine and private information.
High level of interpersonal skills to handle time-sensitive and confidential situations with professionalism. Position continually requires demonstrated poise, tact, and diplomacy.
Superior organizational skills, and the ability to iteratively create, implement, and maintain systems to improve the efficiency of the office.
Relentless work ethic, good sense of humor and ability to stay calm under pressure all pluses.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills (oral and written)
Proficiency in Mac interfaces and all Microsoft Office applications.
Familiarity with and commitment to racial and social justice; clear understanding of Race Forward's mission and programs.
4-year college or business school diploma required.
Nonprofit experience, bilingual skills a plus
Graphic design, data visualization and presentation support skills a plus
Familiarity with Salesforce.com a plus

Salary is $50K-$55K depending on experience, and includes an excellent package of employee and health benefits, plus the opportunity to work with a talented team of individuals.


To apply for this position, electronically submit your resume, one 2-page non-academic writing sample and two professional references to jfields@raceforward.org. Please also conduct a skills test here: https://docs.google.com/a/backpage.com/forms/d/1GB_Mia2gH4JmIb1wYEeEuS8LLSyXN0A9KX91rAVrWgo/viewform?c=0&w=1

Incomplete applications will not be accepted and only those whose applications are being considered will be contacted. No phone calls please.

Race Forward is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.

• Location: Manhattan, 32 Broadway, Suite 1801


Posted: Thursday, January 29, 2015 12:06 AM

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Seedco’s partner organization, Ocean Bay Community Development Corporation (OBCDC), is currently hiring a Community Benefits Coordinator. OBCDC is a non-profit organization serving the residents of the Rockaways, with particular attention to those living in public housing developments, to promote self-sufficiency. The Employment Specialist will become part of an expanding organization with an opportunity for growth.

Responsibilities:

Provide screening and SNAP application assistance to clients both in-person and via phone.
Educate clients on the SNAP, Public Assistance, and any other Government and state benefit applications process and help them navigate the steps to receive aid.
Assist with training of staff, and who will participate SNAP outreach activities
Develop in-depth knowledge of SNAP and Public Assistance policies and procedures and stay up-to-date on the latest developments.
Schedule and prepare outreach visits with other community partners and organizations that service the public
Ensure that outreach activities are tracked and recorded as needed for program evaluation and reporting to funding agencies.
Develop and maintain partnerships with community-based organizations and NYC’s Department of Human Services.
Participate in meetings related to local community issues
Engage in client follow-up, and perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree requested but not required
Some experience providing direct service to individual and families.
Experience with public benefit programs and respective application processes preferred.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Strong interpersonal and problem-solving skills, excellent project management and organizational ability.
Proficiency in MS Office- Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint
Local travel required and Must be open to working in all weather conditions
Excellent time management skills
Resourceful, team-oriented, flexible, outcome-oriented, creative, self-starter
Ability to work with participants facing multiple barriers
Computer literate and familiarity with customer tracking systems
Bi-lingual (Spanish) a plus.

Full-time position with benefits. Salary commensurate with experience. Please send resume and cover letter, including salary requirements (required), to

Employment Specialist Search

Ocean Bay Community Development Corporation

434 Beach 54th Street

Arverne, NY 11692

Obcdc8@gmail.com

No phone calls, please.

• Location: Queens


Posted: Thursday, January 29, 2015 12:06 AM

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The Rosenthal JCC of Northern Westchester inspires vibrant Jewish and community spirit, nurtures individual potential, respects diversity and celebrates life.


Job description

Rosenthal JCC of Northern Westchester is seeking a P/T Development Executive for Sunrise Day Camp, a program for children with cancer and their siblings. Implement diverse fundraising strategies; maintain relationships with key individuals, corporations, foundations, and volunteers; special event coordination and grant pursuit/writing.

Experience in non profit fund development and knowledge and familiarity with the New York philanthropic community preferred.

Please note that this business is not accessible by public transportation. Resume should be emailed to Employment@rosenthaljcc.org or fax to 914-741-6150.

• Location: Westchester, 600 Bear Ridge Rd., Pleasantville


Posted: Thursday, January 29, 2015 12:06 AM

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The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) is looking for an intern from January to June 2015 (6 months). The intern will assist the Programming team on all the current and upcoming projects, with an emphasis on the gallery activities.

The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) offers an unforgettable internship experience for students interested in learning about all aspects of running a nonprofit cultural organization. It offers students a hands-on immersion in management, administration, public relations, research, programming, marketing, finances, operations, customer service and nonprofit business administration. A willingness to jump into every task big and small and to work in a dynamic and fast paced environment is key. We'll also want to know specific areas and projects you are passionate about.

Responsibilities will include :


Assistance on the production of live-events (performances, conferences, etc.)
Gallery : Greet visitors and lead occasional tours of the exhibitions
Cinema : Assistance on the logistics for the weekly screenings (research and follow up on film copies, coordination of deliveries, pre-screenings, etc.)
Young Audience Program : Assistance on outreach and registration of schools.
In coordination with the marketing team, translation and drafting of marketing material (electronic and printed).
Research, data entry and database management
General office maintenance and administrative support
Hours per week: Preferable availability of 30 hours minimum per week (includes Saturdays 11am-5pm as well as some evening hours during the week depending on events calendar)

Skills required:

Interest in working in the Arts
Experience with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel & Powerpoint
Strong organizational skills and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
Great interpersonal skills and a love of dealing with the public
Exceptional written and ​verbal communication skills in English (French is a plus but is not required)
Ability to approach challenges in a creative, positive and team-centered manner
Available to work hours that meet with the calendar of events
Reliable and self-motivated

The internship is based at FIAF in the Upper East Side and starts in January. It is an unpaid position. The intern will receive a free Metrocard and a free French course for a semester. 30 hours minimum a week for at least 4 months or a full semester.


How to apply


Application Instructions To apply, please send your resumé and a cover letter to hdarcq@fiaf.org.

• Location: Manhattan, 22 East 60th Street


Posted: Thursday, January 29, 2015 12:06 AM

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Position Summary

Under the Program Manager's supervision, the part-time Programs Coordinator will support the delivery of Step Up's Teen Programs, serving up to 300 high school age girls from the New York City area schools. The position is part-time (15-20 hours per week). The Coordinator will split time between the Step Up office, in the West Village, and in the field at Step Up's select partner high-schools, which all serve under resourced populations of students. Program areas include: confidence-building, college preparation, and career development. A summary of responsibilities include:

Qualifications

Passion for women's social issues and interest in delivering quality educational, enriching experiences to girls
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills working with a variety of groups, including school administrations and volunteers. Teaching or public speaking experience/training is preferred
Demonstrated competency working with ethnically diverse and under resourced communities
Strong attention to detail and ability to deliver quality, professional work
Demonstrated leadership and teamwork qualities
Self-starter and fast-learner who does not require heavy supervision and copes well with change
Strong sense of integrity, commitment and initiative
Ability to travel to 5 partner schools in and around East Harlem, Brooklyn, and Queens.
Up to date proof of negative TB screening (Step Up can support in acquisition)
Ability to pass a background check (Step Up can support in acquisition)
Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (especially Excel & Powerpoint) preferred
Proficiency in CRM data management tools (Salesforce, specifically) preferred
Knowledge of the college admissions process preferred
Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

Duties & Responsibilities

After-School, and Saturday Programming


Provide coordination and support to the Teen Program Manager to execute Step Up's teen programs including:
After school programming
Saturday enrichment programming
Teen participation in member events and special events (signature fundraisers)
Coordinate logistics and supplies for all above listed programs, and provide administrative support.
Conduct regular site-visits to provide support during after school programming, including oversight of activities of teen participants, Step Up volunteers, and facilitators.
Collaborate with school staff and Step Up facilitators across multiple sites to deliver activity reports; track opportunities offered, attendance, behavior, and performance through accurate record keeping, using Google Documents.
Assist Teen Program Manager with planning and execution of three showcases, field trips, conferences etc.
Support with planning and managing attendance for Step Up teens, members, and guests.
Know and enforce Step Up program expectations, policies, and protocols.
Assist in ensuring that Step Up branding is consistent across program sites.

Youth/Family Relationship Coordination

Coordinate with Teen Program Manager to develop a strong relationship with each teen participant and maintain regular contact with each participant's parent/guardian.
Collaborate with partner school staff in scheduling Step Up programs and special events as well as participating in appropriate school orientations, meetings or events for purposes of educating and promoting Step Up programs.
Assist in family/youth/facilitator intervention on a case-by-case basis.
Manage parental involvement efforts through conducting regular parent meetings and orientations.
Communicate with teen participants about special opportunities as needed.
Organize and manage special events for teen participants and volunteers.
Chaperone teen participants to and from field trips and events; coordinate teen participant transportation as needed.
Communicate with program facilitators and school staff about any schedule modifications or important behavioral or environmental issues.

Volunteer Management

Assist in volunteer appreciation and management, including directing and guiding volunteers by delegating and monitoring specific responsibilities and sending volunteer thank you notes.

Program Administration and Evaluation

Manage retention of teen participants in all programs.
Maintain quality records of student attendance, and contribute to national Teen Program evaluative database including updating statistics, case studies, etc.
Administer program surveys to participants.
Collaborate with school staff to collect report cards, diplomas, and relevant test scores, when necessary
Compile case studies of students.
Collect and manage data required by funding sources and for monitoring and evaluation purposes.
Enter data into relevant databases and tracking systems, manage hard and soft program files and maintain updated records.
Undertake and complete research assignments as requested.
Provide logistical support for Step Up events.
Maintain office environment through ordering, stocking and keeping records on office supplies and other purchase orders.
Complete additional tasks as required.


To Apply

Please send resume, cover letter and addendum (explained below) to cleopatra@suwn.org.

No phone calls, please

Subject Line

Step Up Teen Program Coordinator | Your Name

Addendum

Please submit answers to the following questions along:

Assume one of the after school program instructors calls in sick and the Program Manager asks you to fill in to lead the class. What would you do? What are the first steps you will take for this last minute adjustment.
You notice that a girl who had strong attendance early in the year is no longer coming regularly. What steps would you take?
The Program Manager assigns you a task in the database. It is due by the end of the day and you just now realize you do not know how to do it. The program manager is out of the office. What would you do?
Please describe any experience communicating with young people (excluding face-to-face direct).

• Location: Manhattan, 159 Bleecker Street, Suite 2B


Posted: Thursday, January 29, 2015 12:06 AM

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Kings Bay Y is a JCC with locations in Windsor Terrace and North Williamsburg. Serving neighborhoods of North Williamsburg, Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, Greenpoint, Fort Greene and Long Island City-. Kings Bay Y is a fast growing cutting-edge JCC targeting un-engaged and unaffiliated families and individuals with creative and engaging programs.

Responsibilities:

Manage One of the fastest growing summer day camps in Brooklyn; including several specialized tracks/divisions.
Manage cultural and community programs from A to Z, follow up instantaneously, multi-task, understand marketing, know how to sell and how to listen to different opinions.

Must be able to motivate and manage a team.

Must be personable and be able to develop relationships with program participants and wider community.

Qualifications:
Entrepreneurial, meticulous with details and follow up, Jewishly passionate, salesperson mentality, in love with budgets and administrative tasks, hungry for success, flexible, people's person, adhering to deadlines , pro-active, comfortable in a JCC setting- working with mostly un-engaged and interfaith Jewish families, multi-tasking

Must be able to take ideas from their inception and turn into a complete and finished product.

Supervisory experience/ business degree is a plus. Hillel or camp management experience is a huge plus. Sense of humor is a must.

Minimum: Bachelors Degree required from a recognized secular educational institution. Few years of work experience OK.

Competitive salary

Please email resume to Aashraf@kingsbayy.org. All inquiries will be kept confidential.

• Location: Brooklyn, 14 Hope Street


Posted: Thursday, January 29, 2015 12:06 AM

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Voices UnBroken is a Bronx-based non-profit organization dedicated to providing under-heard members of the community – primarily youth, ages 12-24 – with the tools and opportunity for creative self-expression. Through high quality creative writing workshops in juvenile justice facilities, group homes, residential treatment facilities, jails, and various other transitional and alternative settings, Voices UnBroken nurtures the inherent need in all people to tell their stories and be heard. It is our belief that this telling of stories and sharing of dreams leads to individual and community growth. Voices UnBroken was founded in 2000 with a single workshop at the high school for adolescent girls on Rikers Island and has grown to serve over 700 young people each year. Voices UnBroken currently has annual revenues of $350,000 and a full-time and part-time staff of 12. For more information, visit www.voicesunbroken.org.

Voices UnBroken is seeking an Executive Director to succeed our Founder and current Executive Director and to guide the organization into its next phase of growth. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the successful applicant must be a visionary thinker, planner and problem solver who will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Voices UnBroken's staff, programs, expansion and execution of its mission and will work closely with the Board to promote an open and inclusive environment and a culture of collaboration.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT


Establish a strong working partnership with the Board, staff and partners; forge partnerships that will enhance the work of programs and fundraising activities; and ensure provision of high quality services to Voices UnBroken's participants.
Overall supervision of all staff and direct supervision of key staff positions.
Create long-term vision in collaboration with the Board and staff
Maintain and strengthen relationships with key stakeholders such as government agencies and other external partners
Maintain and strengthen current programming
Ensure programmatic excellence and consistent quality of finance, administration, fundraising, communications, and systems.

FUNDRAISING & EXTERNAL AFFAIRS

Serve as the chief fundraiser for Voices UnBroken, while involving the Board and others appropriately
Marketing, public relations and grant writing
Analyze the organization's fund development needs, set fundraising targets, research and pursue fundraising opportunities.
Actively engage in strategic local and city-wide groups and committees in conversations around justice, foster care and arts related issues.

FISCAL MANAGEMENT

Prepare annual budget in coordination with the Board and ensure that the organization operates within budget guidelines and practices sound fiscal management.
Work closely with accountants to prepare organization's annual audit/review and to complete all necessary filings.
Monitor and report to the Board on finances of the organization.
Ensure that resources are used efficiently and effectively.

PLANNING

Develop new program strategies in collaboration with staff and Board.
Engage in long range strategic planning with Board and staff.
Set annual goals in collaboration with staff and Board
Monitor and assess progress against goals on an ongoing basis.

BOARD RELATIONS & ENGAGEMENT

Work closely with the Board of Directors to maintain and build a strong, diverse, motivated Board.
Maintain official records and documents, and coordinate with the Board to ensure compliance with Federal, State and local regulations as applicable.


QUALIFICATIONS:

The ED will be thoroughly committed to Voices UnBroken's mission. Concrete demonstrable experience and other qualifications include:


Commitment to working in the Bronx
BA required, MA in a relevant subject area preferred or equivalent experience
At least 7 years of senior management experience
Experience working with the juvenile justice and/or foster care systems
Experience working in community arts
Commitment to work from a positive youth development framework
Excellence in organizational management and track record of effectively leading an organization and staff
Experience in tracking program outcomes
Ability to point to specific examples of having developed and operationalized strategies that have taken an organization to the next stage of growth.
Past success working with a Board of Directors with the ability to cultivate existing Board Member relationships
Strong marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures
Strong written and verbal communication skills

COMPENSATION:

Compensation is set commensurate with experience.


How to apply

Applicants should submit a resume and a cover letter with compensation requirement to EDSearch@voicesunbroken.org. Please do not call the office directly.

• Location: Bronx, 1414 Metropolitan Avenue, 2nd Floor


Posted: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 4:16 PM

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Immediate Opening!

For an Experienced Receptionist in Brooklyn, NY. Will be willing to train the right candidates if there hasn't been any experience. Please send your resume for consideration.

Outgoing Personality

Good Phone Voice
Ability to Multi-Task
Fast Paced Environment

Outstanding Pay Plan

Benefit Package

Qualified candidates should possess

* strong communication skills
* be very organized
* have basic computer knowledge.

• Location: Brooklyn


Posted: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 10:16 AM

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Receptionist/Customer Service - Start ASAP

We need someone who...

-Is very courteous and patient with callers
-Pays attention to detail
-Is extremely organized
-Enjoys working on the computer and interacting with people
-Is proficient with computers and quick on the keyboard
-Is able to learn our systems quickly
-Is positive and flexible, willing to go the extra mile when assigned tasks
-Will enjoy working in a small non-profit environment
-Can help with other projects as needed, such as processing special event registrations and unpacking and moving boxes

Typical duties:
- Answer phones/check voicemail messages
- Open and sort mail
- Assist members through email
- Ship merchandise
- Data entry: update member records at their request, help with renewal processing
- Other event and membership assistance as needed

Qualifications:
- High school diploma
- Knowledge of office administration procedures
- Computer skills including word processing, spreadsheet, data entry and email
- Excellent interpersonal skills/effective verbal and listening communication skills

To apply, please send RESUME and COVER LETTER.

• Location: Fairfield


Posted: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 9:12 AM

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Receptionist/Customer Service - Start ASAP

We need someone who...

-Is very courteous and patient with callers
-Pays attention to detail
-Is extremely organized
-Enjoys working on the computer and interacting with people
-Is proficient with computers and quick on the keyboard
-Is able to learn our systems quickly
-Is positive and flexible, willing to go the extra mile when assigned tasks
-Will enjoy working in a small non-profit environment
-Can help with other projects as needed, such as processing special event registrations and unpacking and moving boxes

Typical duties:
- Answer phones/check voicemail messages
- Open and sort mail
- Assist members through email
- Ship merchandise
- Data entry: update member records at their request, help with renewal processing
- Other event and membership assistance as needed

Qualifications:
- High school diploma
- Knowledge of office administration procedures
- Computer skills including word processing, spreadsheet, data entry and email
- Excellent interpersonal skills/effective verbal and listening communication skills

To apply, please send RESUME and COVER LETTER.

• Location: Brooklyn


Posted: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 9:12 AM

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Our company is interested in hiring only ONE Girl/Gal Friday/ Field Manager to do miscellaneous duties and errands for our office. Our business is adult entertainment.

Job Description: The Girl/Gal Friday/ Field Manager would be responsible to do the following:
1) Open up, wait for the employee, greet the employee when she comes into work, and reiterate the rules and policies to the employee as needed.
2) Clean the facility, tidy up the work area, and take the laundry to the laundromat when needed.
3) Conduct employee interviews when needed.
4) Buy supplies when we are running low.
5) Complete any other miscellaneous duties we ask of you.
6) Report back to us daily.

Requirements:
We are interested in hiring an extremely MATURE individual of high intelligence and personal charm, capable of working under extreme pressure. Must be able to multi-task, be resourceful, be flexible, be cheerful, and be even-tempered. The individual selected for this position must be completely trustworthy, as she will be entrusted with interacting with our employees, and representing our business. The individual must be able to represent the organization’s best interests and be completely loyal to the company. This individual should be able to listen and carry out our rules and policies to the very last detail. The potential employee should be a self-starter with high initiative and an excellent team player. You need a cellphone with camera capabilities.

Work Hours: Mondays through Sundays, 7 days a week, starting at 11:45 a.m. SHARP until you complete your work duties. The average amount of time spent at work completing the daily tasks we ask you to do may take 1 or 2 hours per day/shift. Some days may be less; some days may be a little more.

Compensation: $175 a week for 1 or 2 hours of work Mondays through Sundays, 7 days a week. Raises are given depending on the job performance.

NOTE: No student should apply. We are not hiring college students.
If you are interested in applying to this job e-mail us your resume and cover letter. We will respond to all potential job applicants by e-mail. You must have a working e-mail address that you check regularly.

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 4:10 AM

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The DCSPCA is seeking a full-time Feline Care Coordinator. This position oversees our feline shelter and adoption services and works closely with Team Managers to ensure that all shelter cats receive appropriate care to facilitate adoption. Such services include intake and evaluation, placement within the shelter, enrichment activities, foster care, adoption counseling and matching, volunteer activities and outreach events. Qualified candidates must have a background working with cats (preferably in a shelter environment); strong written and oral communication skills; be a team player and be able to work successfully with staff, volunteers and the community; demonstrate leadership skills and initiative; be energetic and open to new ideas, and have a positive attitude. Background and/or experience with enrichment and feline care are required. Competitive salary and benefits provided.


Contact Information

Jackie Rose
Executive Director
636 Violet Avenue
845-452-7722 x 410
jackie.rose@dcspca.org
http://dcspca.org

• Location: Other, 636 Violet Avenue


Posted: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 4:10 AM

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ChangeCorp is looking for an individual that could fulfill the position of Project Assistant.

Skill requirements


Must be an Arabic and English speaker
1+ years of experience as project assistant or editor
Strong communication skills
Can juggle different tasks at the same time
Skilled with google docs, technology platforms
Social Media savvy
Bachelor's Degree
Master's Degree preferred

Key Responsibilities

Provide support for all the Editorial publishing of the SmartWoman Project in Arabic
Translate certain communication and platform documents from English to Arabic
Manage some of platform Arabic speaker contributors
Have a deep understanding of mobile trends and mobile usage in the Middle East
Work directly with Project Manager and CEO to ensure quality of content, and quality of technology platform for mobile aps
Provide assistance with project reporting, timelines and budget allocation
Write briefs from meetings and occasionally support with project proposals and company presentations
Being able to attend conference calls with people in different time zones
Follow up with clients requests and oversee partners requests
Conduct research on mobile trends and user accessibility in key markets
Identifies potential clients and business opportunities

Candidates must hold a U.S. working permit.

About ChangeCorp


ChangeCorp is a social enterprise founded in 2010 that promotes innovation in the emerging markets by designing mobile communities that enable mobile-only users to access hyper-local, relevant and practical content.

ChangeCorp creates solutions that offer new revenue streams to mobile operators while addressing social empowerment and knowledge building. All ChangeCorp premium services are developed for platforms working through basic phones, feature phones, smartphones and tablets.

About the SmartWoman Project


The SmartWoman SmartWoman™ is a mobile App supporting the advancement of women in the world. SmartWoman™ is available in English and Arabic on the iTunes and Google Play stores; as well as a mobile web-App.

SmartWoman™ allows women to connect with one another, share their knowledge and learn from each other; and, through that, empower themselves. Stories from experts in various fields help women understand what they need to improve their business performance, be more efficient and effective in their jobs, and also generate new employment opportunities. Become part of the SmartWoman™ mobile community!


How to apply

Please send your resume and cover letter by no later than February 1st to Ximena Benavente info@change-corp.com. Please use the title "Project Assistant Application"

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 12:09 AM

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Reporting directly to the Special Counsel of Heart Share St. Vincent’s Services the HSVS Permanency Pact Coordinator is responsible for the oversight and coordination of the Permanency Pact Program. The goal of the Permanency Pact Program is to connect a young person aging out of care to a supportive adult who can offer emotional, financial, and professional support and guidance to help improve outcomes for youth after life in foster care.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree required; in the field of Social work or Public Administration preferred
• Demonstrated experience in working with the child welfare system
• Ability to coordinate large and small scale events
• Flexible schedule (available some evenings)
• Operating skills – keeping on point, getting organized, managing work processes
• Leadership skills –dealing with trouble, making tough people calls, being organizationally savvy, communicating effectively with external stake holders as well as program participants, ability to engage youth and other program participants
• Personal & interpersonal skills – relating skills, managing diverse relationships, inspiring others, being open and receptive

Responsibilities:

Responsible for the recruitment of supportive adults, and youth interested in forming a Permanency Pact
• Responsible for planning and overseeing all Permanency Pact related events including the development of all recruitment/ marketing materials
• Responsible for training coordination and collaboration with trainers
• Provide technical assistance to all participants as well as developing/maintaining a data base to track program activities and outcomes
• Spearhead the development of the HSVS Permanency Pact Matching process
• Develop training and event calendars for participants, staff, and stakeholders
• Ability to facilitate a group or workshop quarterly for supportive adults

Skills

Responsible for providing information, brochures, interests forms, and other Permanency Pact documents at HSVS events and external events when appropriate
• Responsible for interviewing interested adults who complete Permenency Pact Interest Forms and reviewing applications to determine best fit for the program

Responsible for planning all Permanency Pact “Meet and Greets”
• Responsible for ensuring all SCR clearances are complete
• Responsible for maintaining and organizing all Permanency Pact documents
• Assist with project coordination for other programs within the Office of Youth Development

Please send your resume to jobs@heartshare.org


HeartShare St. Vincent's Services

City: Brooklyn

State/Province: New York

Country: United States

• Location: Brooklyn


Posted: Tuesday, January 27, 2015 12:09 AM

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The National Academy Museum & School is the nation's oldest artist-led institution, operating a museum and art school on Museum Mile and serving the Academicians, a group of over 400 leading artists and architects nominated by their peers. The Academy presents exhibitions of historical and contemporary works by predominantly American artists and architects, hosts public programming, and offers atelier-style art courses in a wide range of disciplines.

The development intern will work with a development team of four and report to the Development Associate. Important ongoing projects will be assigned to them at the start of the internship, in addition to day-to-day responsibilities including:

Assisting with the Annual Gala preparation event logistics, including shipping and pick-up of art auction items and supplies; and preparing and sending "Thank You" letters to auction donors
Assisting with donor cultivation events
Researching prospect donors and members
Updating and maintaining donor records in Abila
Helping maintain hard copy files
Assisting the Development Team with administrative duties and special projects as needed

Candidates must be enthusiastic, detail-oriented, and able to multitask. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel, as well as a willingness to learn Abila (fundraising database) is required. Undergraduate students and recent graduates may apply. Basic understanding of art history and/or arts administration is a must. Schedule can be flexible to accommodate course schedule or part-time work. A minimum of 2 days per week with some evening hours is expected. This is a part-time, unpaid position.


How to apply

Please send cover letter and resume to Emilie Dufour, Development Associate, at edufour@nationalacademy.org

• Location: Manhattan, 1083 Fifth Avenue


Posted: Tuesday, January 27, 2015 12:09 AM

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TYPE: Part-Time, Unpaid

START DATE: February 2015

Water Collective is seeking two part-time development interns to support its fundraising and related administrative needs. Along with general responsibilities, the internship's focus will be assisting in the management of a worldwide online campaign.

Prospects must be able to work 2-3 days/week out of our Brooklyn office, comfortable working in a fast paced start-up environment, and have their own laptop to work off of.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:


Coordinate communications and fulfill administrative tasks for online campaigns, events, and school fundraising events.
Research prospects for online campaign advocates and sponsors, and general fundraising opportunities.
Assist with donor relations through the organization and execution of communication materials.
Assist with foundation research and related grant writing tasks.
Conduct outreach to garner online campaign sponsors and partners.
Data entry into our donor database.

What We're Looking For

You are interested in learning more about fundraising and are comfortable with administrative work.
You're a team player. You communicate your thoughts, opinions, and thrive in a team environment.
You are hardworking, eager to learn, and a natural problem solver.
You are hands-on and know how to self-direct and are extremely organized.
You are well spoken and have excellent writing skills.
You are detail oriented and have great analytical skills.


INTERESTED?

Tell us why. Please send us your resume with a cover letter expressing your interest, and why you would be a good fit with our organization. Submissions without cover letters will not be considered. Please have 3 references ready.

Email us at: internships@thewatercollective.org

• Location: Brooklyn, 252 Java Street


Posted: Tuesday, January 27, 2015 12:09 AM

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Description

A busy general practice law firm is seeking a full time legal secretary/receptionist. Previous experience in a law firm is a plus. Compensation commensurate with skill set and experience. Please email resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to anna.almontelawfirm@gmail.com

Skills
Must be highly organized, with strong time management skills, able to work independently in a fast paced environment, possess excellent telephone interpersonal, communication, and listening skills and be adept in courtesy, diplomacy, and patience. Russian speaking preferred.

• Location: Brooklyn

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