We recently moved, and have multiple clerical and receptionist positions available.
compensation: Hourly Wage plus Health Insurance and Benefits
For small, creative, artistic photographer / artist studio currently
located in Far Rockaway.
Looking for a motivated, outgoing and friendly individual.
Must have organizational skills. Interest or background in creativity and/or photography also a plus. Working to help clean & organize space.
Basically glorified babysitter in helping me to stay focused on office work when I would rather be taking pictures etc. =) I need a muse also to help inspire me with my art by having someone else's energy around here. Helping to promote over social media and brainstorming sessions to bring in more work. Maybe even posing for me. I prefer to find someone who connects with my artwork. So email me and show me your interest, those who take time to connect and write about it will be considered first.
FACEBOOK ART PROFILE
PERSONAL FACEBOOK PROFILE
Part-time / flexible hrs / $10 per hr - probably 1 day a week During the week (afternoons). Hip, casual, artsy atmosphere.
My work is my life. I have hired friends in the past to help me. I am really looking for someone I hit it off with. For example I hate shopping, (unless we are talking about art supplies and camera gear) so could be just coming along with me so I get stuff I need. etc.
Email thru Facebook might be best. Often CL emails go into spam and get lost
!Bienvenido al Español! Learn Spanish New York is a Spanish language center founded in 2013 in downtown Manhattan. We aim to provide affordable Spanish classes as well as cultural activities and events to those interested in the Spanish Language. Do you want to learn Spanish and are on a budget? Join our work study programs & exchange course hours for work hours.
WORK DETAILS: Office Assistant
* Answer phone calls and aiding students and clients with general questions and bookings.
* Setting up and maintaining classrooms, Entering data, Running errands. Light book-keeping.
â€¢ Other responsibilities as determined based on your skills as well as current school projects.
Most of our courses are 20 hours, divided in 8 sessions. You may select anywhere from 2 to 8 courses from those posted in the application form.
Spanish 1.1 - beginners -$299.00. (20 hours)
This introductory Spanish course is for those who have no knowledge of the language yet. You will speak Spanish right from the first class. At the end of the course, you will be able to: Meet and greet people, introduce yourself, say goodbye. Ask about and convey nationality, languages, professions, fields of study, contact information (address, email address, phone number), a country's currency, prices of items in and much more! Available weekends, weekdays and weeknights
Spanish 1.2 -$299.00. (20 hours)
This course covers plenty of vocabulary and it focuses on the learning and practice of descriptive terms that will take your spanish speaking to the next level. Topics include: Numbers pronunciation and spelling, Objects names pertaining to an office a home and or a location (from table, to pen through washing machine, printer, stationary and kitchen items), descriptive terms applied to location: past the post office, two blocks away. Verbs "ser" and "estar" and much more.
Spanish 3.1 -Intermediate -$309.00. (20 hours)
At this level Students will expand on past tenses, express an action that took place at a specific time in the past, speak about an action that occurred only once in the past, describe the Intermediate Spanish Language NYC circumstances under which an event took place, express a past event prior to another past event. Students will also do biographies, express the cause of an event, express probability, express states of mind (happiness, sadness, surprise). Provide information related to cultural events, make comparisons, and make emphasis. Available weekends, weekdays and weeknights
View all courses options
To view all Levels and upcoming dates please visit the Spanish classes section of our website.
To apply please fill in the Work-study application form.
No phone calls, and no emails please.
Learn Spanish New York
51 W14TH ST #2R
New York, NY 10011
Tel, 646 801-2444
This is a full time 30-40 week position possibly more depending. I need that certain someone I can click with as we will be spending alot of time together. Please do not have drama or problems that will effect your ability to be reliable and work. I can be demanding when I'm on a deadline but very cool to be around. I'm a lot of fun and looking for someone who can be fun but serious as well.
The job description depends on your abilities. Customer Service will be a big thing so if you don't like people or your rude this is definitely not the job for you. I want you to enjoy coming to work. I have some big things going on and know what I'm looking for in an assistant.
Lots of perks working with me!!!
Please send me your resume and a little about yourself and your current situation . I need to know where you are at in your life so I know if you are going to be able to grow with me. Also please send a pic. I'm very professional and appearance is important. I do not judge just looking for a professional as well.
1.Welcomes visitors by greeting them, in person or on the telephone; answering or referring inquiries.
2.Applicant enjoys helping others and can handle a high paced environment.
3.Exceptional customer service skills, communication skills, writing skills, highly motivated, organized, and able to handle multiple tasks at once.
4.Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Internet, and Tops Software experience a plus, but not required.
-Responsible for conducting the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to government and foundation sources
-Perform prospect research on foundations and corporations to evaluate prospects for corporate and foundation grants
-Comply with all grant reporting as required by foundation/corporate donors
-Provide stewardship to current donors by providing regular written updates (newsletters, etc.) to all donors
-Prepare Development Report for board meetings
-Develop an understanding of institutional history and programs
-Maintain current records in database and in paper files, including grant tracking and reporting
-Track statistics relevant to development and provide written materials necessary for donor stewardship (visitor number and diversity, educational program attendance, etc.)
-Be sure there is documentation as needed for any grant opportunity
-Provide development input for all written institutional materials and edit final copy
-Assist with other fundraising projects, as requested
Knowledge and Skills:
-Strong written communication skills; ability to write clear, structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals
-Strong editing skills
-Attention to detail
-Ability to meet deadlines
-Knowledge of fundraising information sources
-Experience with proposal writing and institutional donors
-Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies
-Knowledge and familiarity with research techniques for fundraising prospect research
-Strong contributor in team environments
-Minimum of two years experience with grant writing
-Previous experience with non-profit fundraising
-Experience working in deadline-driven environments
-Able to work well in a team environment, handle multiple assignments, and meet deadlines
30 hours, salary TBD based on experience
Upload resume and letter of interest to https://womensstudioworkshop.submittable.com/submit/42588
Tasks will include, but not limited to: Administrative duties, general operations, and research and gallery projects. Good phone etiquette and people skills are a must. Applicants must be responsible, strong at problem solving, display organizational skills and be proficient with computers. A focus will be on undertaking research for existing clients and new business opportunities. Interest and or background in Contemporary Art is preferred.
The internship would be a commitment of preferably 1-2 days a week with the availability of Saturday gallery hours required. This position is unpaid but school credit is an option.
Please email resume/CV and a brief cover letter to email@example.com
Please note in the subject line: Internship Position
Please no phone calls.
Our online readership has grown immensely in the past year, and the Director of Circulation will grow our print readership in tandem. You’ll collaborate with the everyone in BOMB’s (small) office and lead our efforts to expand circulation via newsstands and subscriptions. If you’re adept at analysis and don’t mind wading through several Excel docs, this is the position for you.
Job duties include:
• Managing renewal campaigns, special offers, and fulfillment through our subscriber database and ecommerce platform
• Researching and establishing new distribution channels
• Coordinating with domestic and international distributors and expanding our network of bookstores, museums, libraries, and universities
• Working with the Marketing Director to attract new readers, developing and executing new strategies on an ongoing basis
• Analyzing our subscriber base and online readership for new opportunities
• Assisting with book fairs and BOMB events
• Staying current on industry best practices.
Proficiency with Excel and Salesforce is a plus.
This is a salaried position in the mid-40K range, with a 4-day workweek and health benefits.
BOMB is a 501(c)3 nonprofit based in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. BOMB Magazine has been publishing conversations between artists of all disciplines since 1981. The founders—New York City based artists and writers—created BOMB because they saw a disparity between the way artists talked about their work among themselves and the way critics described it. As a result, BOMB reinvented the interview as a conversation between practitioners.
Today, BOMB is a multi-media publishing house that creates, disseminates, and preserves artist-generated content from interviews to artists’ essays to new literature. BOMB includes a quarterly print magazine, a daily online publication, and a digital archive.
Please send your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
We truly value our staff and further acknowledge their contributions by offering:
Employee and family health coverage
Employer contributed pension plan
Generous time off
Employee tuition reimbursement
Dependent tuition reimbursement
403(b) retirement plan
Responsibilities as an Occupational Therapist:
Responsible for direct patient care, providing occupational treatment to adult and/or pediatric home care patients
Provides treatment to patients in their homes as prescribed by a physician
Establishes short and long term rehabilitation goals according to an individualized patient treatment plan and measures progress or lack of progress in achieving these goals
Instructs patients and caregivers in activities that are to be carried out between treatments and after discharge
Coordinates and communicates plan of care and visit findings with Rehabilitation
Supervises at designated frequencies with physician and other disciplines as needed
Submits written visit notes, summaries, OASIS and vouchers within designated time frame
Monitors visit utilization on cases and adheres to episodic time frames and authorizations
Minimum of Bachelor of Science in occupational therapy from an accredited institute of learning
Minimum of one-year experience in providing therapy treatments in a health care setting
Registered, licensed OT in NYS
Valid CPR certification
Must be able to provide own transportation in order to make visits in assigned area(s) within greater NYC
Apply URL: http://www.mjhs.jobs
We are an emerging nonprofit so this would be an opportunity for you to play a significant role in our ongoing development. The internship would be conducted remotely with regular face-to-face and/or Skype meetings.
We are looking for likeminded individuals with a background in any of the following: psychology, art, marketing, and community outreach, nonprofit development, sociology, anthropology, and writing.
How to apply
Email resume and cover letter--in the same document--to email@example.com.
The Community Relations Organizer will:
Recruit, engage, and foster strong relationships with volunteers as volunteer coordinator
Engage the broader external local and national community by maintaining QDEP's social media accounts and writing the monthly newsletter
Seek out and table at community events.
Will support QDEP's fundraising by assisting and leading fundraising efforts
Build and maintain relationships with sibling organizations
Represent the organization to the larger community at community events
Create a safe space at direct actions for QDEP's constituency
Assist and lead direct actions for QDEP
Design and lead training programs for outside organization on TGNCLGBQI immigrant community
Ensure that strong tools and materials are available; create tool kits as well as advocacy and community education materials
Maintain relationships with QDEP sustaining donors.
Supervise outreach team
2 years of organizing experience.
Knowledge of immigrant-serving community-based organizations and immigrant communities in New York State.
Knowledge and competency of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer, Two Spirit, Trans, Gender Non- Conforming issues
Knowledge and competency of HIV
Ability to work effectively with partner organizations, successfully navigating complex partnerships, and ability to connect with a wide range of diverse constituencies.
Exemplary interpersonal skills
Excellent time management skills and demonstrated ability to function in fast-paced, quickly moving environment.
Excellent communication, public speaking, and writing skills.
Integrity, compassion, and principled leadership.
Knowledge of immigrant and immigration issues at a national, state, and local level.
Ability to multi-task and manage competing deadlines.
Fluency in Spanish or another language preferred.
How to apply
Please send a letter of intent, resume, and a brief writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Community Relations Organizer. Within the letter of intent, please explain your relationship to trans and queer migrant work, what community organizing experience you have, what you will contribute to QDEP's work and why you have a desire to work for QDEP.
Please send complete applications, partially completed applications will not be accepted. No phone calls will be accepted about this position.
Polish Your Passion (www.pypnyc.com) is an innovative, interactive performing arts edtech company that provides audition video feedback to students and performers across the country. We believe the way that performers prepare in the days, weeks, or months before an audition or performance can help them bring their most prepared and confident selves and let their passion shine. As a company, our mission is to further dialogues amongst students, professionals, educators, and industry leaders, so that together we can make theatre education and the arts thrive in the 21st century.
Available Position (s)
Part-Time Social Media/Research Intern
This position offers you an opportunity to work collaboratively with the company’s co-founders and contribute in meaningful ways to all aspects of running an internet start-up and educational arts-based company.
The summer internship is part-time (20 hours/week; with schedule flexibility and the ability to sometimes work independently from home) from May to August. The position is open to current undergraduate and graduate students, as well as early-career professionals. No pay, but possibility for free acting and singing training opportunities and joining the team for future paid projects.
Duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
Create and support our social/digital media presence on Instagram/Twitter/Facebook/Tumblr/YouTube
Assisting with the launch of a brand-new contest for musical theatre performers
Researching performing arts-related high school and college programs across the country
We are looking for candidates who are positive, enthusiastic, flexible, and love the arts. We are also looking for an innovative self-starter who is full of ideas and is willing to express them!
For more info, check us out at www.pypnyc.com.
How to Apply
To apply, please:
• Email Resume and Cover Letter to: email@example.com
• Include ‘PYP Summer Intern: Name’ in the subject line
• Qualified candidates will be contacted directly to schedule an interview either in person or via Skype.
*Polish Your Passion is an Equal Opportunity Employee
Candidate must possess ability to multi-task, have strong communication skills with a pleasant phone personality.
Competitive salary with monthly bonus structure. 401k, medical and dental benefits available.
Please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
30 hours/week, may include some evenings and weekends. Daily and weekly schedule based on programmatic needs.
The Service Coordinator provides direct outreach services to program consumers in supportive, growth -oriented relationships. S/he writes, coordinates, and monitors Individual Service Plans for assigned caseload. Develops and maintains positive working relationships that assist consumers in achieving greater independent community living and self -fulfillment through their life goals and desires.
The ideal candidate must possess organizational and creative abilities, as well as the ability to work independently in a team environment, and be flexible to meet program needs. Knowledge of community agency systems and group and individual counseling skills are required. A broad range of interpersonal skills are needed to work with program participants, community households, and other professionals.
Education, Training, and Experience
Master's degree in and three years related experience OR Bachelor's degree with five years related experience. A broad range of interpersonal and clinical skills to work with program consumers, community households, and other professionals.
Must have a valid driver's license, good driving record, use of vehicle, and willingness to transport program participants in a personal vehicle. Desire to do meaningful work and make a difference in someone's life a must. Bilingual/bicultural experience is an asset.
Excellent Benefits Package
A great work environment, encouraging professional and personal growth
Generous paid time off, including vacation time, personal time, holidays and sick time
Medical and Dental insurance
Employee Assistance and Wellness programs for employees and loved ones
403(b) retirement plan
Life and Disability insurance
How to apply
Please submit letter of interest and resume to
The Nicotra Group, located in the Corporate Park of Staten Island, is seeking a part time entry level ($9/hr) Receptionist.
Must be flexible, able to work both AM & PM shifts (9am-1pm/ 1:30pm-5:30pm).
Computer knowledge including Word & Excel a plus.
Fast paced office with heavy phone volume.
Please fax resume to 718-494-8776 or e mail email@example.com
THE NICOTRA GROUP
Staten Island, NY
Guernica is now accepting applications for an Art Director. The Art Director’s primary responsibility is to source images for editorial content, with issues being published twice monthly. The Art Director must have knowledge of and contacts with artists, illustrators, and photographers, as well as an interest in finding new talent. Other occasional responsibilities include designing and producing marketing materials for Guernica. The Art Director will be expected to work ten hours a week and to attend staff meetings, held on the second Tuesday of every month in NYC. Candidates should be inventive and excited by the opportunity of shaping the visual identity of an award-winning magazine of art and politics.
We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, ethnicities, gender and sexual identities, and disability statuses, including people who have been previously incarcerated.
Who We Are
Guernica is an award-winning magazine published twice monthly by an all-volunteer staff. We give equal weight to reportage, polemic, and criticism of domestic and international affairs alongside first-person narrative, fiction, poetry, and visual art from established and emerging artists and authors. Works from the magazine have been selected as Notable Essays for The Best American Essays 2012 and for Best of the Net 2012, and we’re a 2013 Utne Media Awards Nominee for top Social/Cultural Coverage. Contributors come from dozens of countries and write in nearly as many languages.
To apply, please send a résumé and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the job title in the subject line.
An experienced executive assistant who will be responsible for supporting the CEO in the New York office. The New York office focuses on issue advocacy campaigns, branding, messaging and engagement programs for non-profits, communications support for foundations, corporate social responsibility initiatives and cause marketing campaigns. Our clients include political/advocacy groups, government agencies, nonprofits, foundations and corporations.
The ability to interact with staff at all levels in a casual, fast-paced environment, while remaining proactive, resourceful, with a high degree of professionalism and efficiency, is critical to this role. The ideal candidate should have three to five years administrative experience, and be very flexible, organized, trustworthy, and able to work in teams or self-direct day-to-day activities. This is an ideal position for someone interested in social change, advocacy and progressive causes.
The Executive Assistant will likely be privy to a wide variety of situations and conflicts involving executive scheduling, client contracts and services, accounting issues, staffing issues, and high-level business/management concerns. Confidentiality is required.
Fenton is a social change communications agency with more than 30 years of experience working on some of the country's most important social change and social justice movements. Fenton's past and present clients include The California Endowment, Strategic Actions for a Just Economy, the Transgender Law Center and First 5 LA. We also create top-tier cause marketing campaigns and CSR and sustainability programs for companies such as Renewable Funding, Intel, Warner Bros. and Stonyfield Organics. Fenton has 60 staff in four offices in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. We come from a variety of backgrounds, including nonprofits, government agencies, consulting firms and the corporate world. While we work hard, we also appreciate a good Happy Hour, round of karaoke or game of trivia when we see one.
Organized and detail oriented
Able to juggle multiple priorities and have a pleasant and professional phone manner
Able to exercise discretion when dealing with politically sensitive material
Willing to learn basic office equipment maintenance and office systems
Comfortable with computers generally and Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel, Outlook and mobile apps specifically
A master of research, writing and editing and good with numbers
Excellent at people and time management
Comfortable and poised when interacting with prominent human rights donors, advocates, and VIPs
Looking to enjoy great food with wonderful colleagues
What you'll do at Fenton:
Manage executive schedules including meeting planning, travel arrangements, and event planning
Serve as main interface with vendors, including negotiating services
Manage supplies within established budget
Process vendor invoices
Create, format, and/or edit presentations, proposals and PR materials including PowerPoint slides, marketing materials, low-level desktop publishing projects
Compile marketing materials; maintain marketing outreach lists
Assist with upkeep of our CRM database (Salesforce)
Conduct internet and industry research
Reproduce, assemble and mail media packets
Make travel arrangements for senior staff
Set up and facilitate conference calls
Prepare expense reports
Perform errands as needed
Other clerical, technical & office support duties as assigned
Fenton is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a strong commitment to the affirmative hiring of women, people of color and members of the LGBTQ community. We strive to represent the diverse community reflected in our client work.
How to apply
Apply using the form on our website http://www.fenton.com/careers/executive-assistant-ny/, where you can upload your cover letter, resume and salary requirements. Submissions without salary requirements will not be considered.
In order to achieve our mission, Laureus USA (1) invests in organizations that use sport for youth and social development; (2) generates evidence to prove that sport is a powerful method for achieving youth and social outcomes; (3) advocates for the wider adoption of the sport for development methodology; and (4) unlocks new resources to be invested, thus triggering a sustainable cycle.
The Events Intern will support with event planning for Laureus USA from May through September (dates flexible). This will be a part time internship, between 10-20 hours per week, at the rate of $10 an hour. In this role the intern will have the ability to develop their event planning skills, increase their knowledge of the non-profit sector (specifically sports for development), and work with corporate partners to achieve shared objectives.
OBJECTIVES FOR EVENTS INTERN
Provide support in planning and executing fundraising events that benefit Laureus USA
Provide support in implementing events to attract new donors and strengthen the relationship with existing donors
Provide support in the creation of employee engagement events for Mercedes-Benz USA and IWC Schaffhausen
Support Marketing & Communications Manager with producing newsletters and email updates
Support the set up and use of Salesforce CRM system
Research foundations and corporations for Laureus USA to explore potential funding opportunities
For the events tasks include:
Drafting concept documents to outline the purpose of each event
Drafting budgets for events to ensure it is captured within Laureus USA's budgeting system
Creating and updating a Run of Shows for events
Designing a save the date, invitation, and flyer
Coordinating travel for parties involved and organizing meals for attendees
Provide briefing material for team on logistics to ensure optimal execution while on site for an event. Identify roles and responsibilities for those executing the event and ensure they have the information they need to be successful on the ground.
IDEAL CANDIDATE PROFILE
Excellent organization and time management skills
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ambitious problem solver that naturally builds strong and trusting professional relationships
Event coordination experience within a non-profit organization
Experience coordinating events that involve VIPs or celebrities
Strong project manager who can multitask and meet deadlines
A flexible team player who is willing to take on new challenges and tasks that might fall outside of this job description
Demonstrable knowledge of the sport for development sector
Graphic design experience preferred
Bachelor's Degree preferred
How to apply
Interested parties should send their CV/ Resume, a Cover Letter addressing the IDEAL CANIDATE profile and the value they can bring to Laureus USA, and References (3) to: email@example.com
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