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Posted: Saturday, January 31, 2015 12:07 AM


POSITION TITLE: Campus Volunteer Director

DEPARTMENT: Fund Development

REPORTS TO: SVP, Fund Development

OBJECTIVES OF POSITION: Oversee the entire volunteer operation on the JCCA Westchester Campus, involving recruitment, orientation and management of about 500 volunteers in four different programs. Manage a staff of two assistants. Coordinate with a myriad of stakeholders, including program directors, recreation, therapeutic arts, resident supervisors plus all staff who have contact with volunteers. Create innovative volunteer opportunities.


Insure that the volunteer program runs smoothly.
Schedule and coordinate all volunteer activities on and off campus.
Provide Volunteer Department presence at events.
Supervise and coordinate all volunteer activities with the Assistant Volunteer Director (3 days) and the Mentor Coordinator (5 days). Oversee their special programs: Junior Tutor Group and the Mentor Program.
Orient and register campus volunteers and groups coming onto the campus.
Write a monthly ENEWS to keep volunteers informed of all campus news and events.
Host and coordinate the annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner.
Collect and distribute all holiday gifts and wish lists for the whole campus through community and volunteer contacts.
Schedule and attend volunteer /resident holiday parties.
Manage the Pleasantville Cottage School Volunteer Fund.
Participate in weekly Fund Development meeting by phone.
Participate in the annual benefit committee for a Tree Grows in Pleasantville cocktail party.
Co- lead (with SVP Fund Development) the Pleasantville Cottage School Youth Leadership Board Meeting four or five times a year and assists with their activities.
Help arrange and participate in all Parlor Meetings.
Liaison between the campus and the community including: UJA of Westchester, UJA- NYC Give a Mitzvah Do a Mitzvah program, UJA-NYC Special events, UJA JTeens, Children's Hope Chest, Toys for Tots, Pace University, Westchester Community College, Horace Greely HS, Byram Hills HS, Hackley School, other high schools as appropriate and organizations such as the Junior League.
Speak to groups about our residents, campus programs and needs.
Maintains excellent communications with Agency Directors and Managers
Other duties as assigned.


Minimum Bachelors Degree required, Masters in Social Work or Family Counseling preferred
Flexible schedule with some evenings and weekends required.
Administrative skills and Microsoft Suite Proficiency.
Presents a polished and professional appearance
Capable of clear, direct communication with others (oral and written)
Strong customer / client service skills.


Experience working in a residential treatment center or a mental health facility with lower income children and /or their families is preferred.
Experience working with multi- discipline teams is a must.

EOE M/F. Applicants must meet the requirements to be considered.

To apply, please e-mail resume to:

Please indicate "Campus Volunteer Director**" in the subject line.**

• Location: Westchester, 1075 Broadway, Pleasantville

Posted: Saturday, January 31, 2015 12:07 AM


Responsible for the overall operations of the Staten Island Animal Care Center including implementing shelter based programs to exceed the standards of humane animal husbandry and customer service. Monitor building maintenance needs and sanitation of kennels/equipment. Directs and supervises shelter staff in the performance of their responsibilities. Collaborates with the medical team to ensure that medical care is delivered to animals in a timely and ethical manner. Minimum 21 yrs of age. H.S. Diploma/GED required. College degree preferred. Must have previous supervisory experience and at least 5 years experience in leadership capacity and animal welfare experience a must.

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Sara Morris
HR Manager
3139 Veterans Road West Staten Island, NY 10309

• Location: Staten Island, 3139 Veterans Road West

Posted: Saturday, January 31, 2015 12:07 AM


d'apostrophe design is an architectural and design firm with a modern and contemporary design aesthetic and is looking to complement the team with a strong designer with similar sensibilities. We are looking for an FF&E designer with 5 years of experience in all aspects of the process : design, sourcing, purchase, tracking ...etc

Experience in high end residential a must. Full knowledge of Autocad and other programs a must. Experience within NYC a must.

If you are well organized with good communication skills, passionate about design, works well in a fast paced environment, send us your resume, salary requirements and work samples to

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Saturday, January 31, 2015 12:07 AM


5 - 10+ years experience, Salary neg + benefits

Eight Inc. is looking for a Senior Designer of Environments to work in our New York office. This person will be responsible for working directly with both the Principals and Studio Directors, developing project designs across our global offices. Senior Designers will coordinate the work of project teams and consultants, and interface with regulatory agencies as required. In addition, a Senior Designer must be able to evaluate both standard and innovative solutions to design issues, confirm code compliance, and make recommendations to the Studio Director and Principals. This person will be responsible for managing design presentations, preparing implementation documents, and gauging the progress of the project schedule.


Design for a variety for clients requiring a broad range of experience
Collaborate with studio directors and fellow designers to take a project from initial idea to final output
Define and develop Schematic creative concepts according to creative brief requirements and the client's objectives
Participate in Design Development and prepare concepts for client presentations
Prepare fully coordinated Construction Document sets with junior designers
Be flexible in design and able to take direction, feedback and observations with a positive attitude
Be able to work and liaise across all departments to produce the best response to creative briefs
Ability to meet deadlines and multi-task with minimal supervision
Report to and review work with the Principal and Studio Director

Hospitality design experience a plus
A degree in Architecture or similar field
5 to 10+ years of professional experience in a Design or Architecture office
Previous Senior Designer title, responsibilities, and demonstrated experience
Proficiency in AutoCAD, Vectorworks, Adobe CS (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator)
Proficiency in Rhino and Cinema 4D a plus
Exposure with multidisciplinary design projects
Ability to produce conceptual designs
Strong technical skills and attention to detail
Ability to adapt to new and complex situations
Must have the ability to effectively present ideas (both verbally and visually)
Be flexible in design and able to take direction, feedback and observations with a positive attitude
Design curious – must be passionate, observant and self-motivated

About Eight Inc.
Eight Inc. makes extraordinary things that change the way people think, feel and do. Eight Inc. designs for some of the most successful and best loved brands in the world. The company works with global brand giants defining strategies, innovating and designing branded experiences that engage the consumer in relevant, dynamic and meaningful ways. Eight Inc. work crosses traditional disciplines and includes environments, products and communications. This work consistently results in award-winning projects and long-term client relationships such as Apple, Coach, Citibank and Virgin Atlantic Airways.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Saturday, January 31, 2015 12:07 AM


Spark MicroGrants ( is a young, rapidly scaling organization pioneering a new approach to international aid. Spark proactively reaches out to rural poor villages and helps community members to design, implement and manage their own social impact projects. Since July 2010 we have mobilized over 100 communities across Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi to manage social impact projects including schools, community farms, electricity lines and more.

Job Description

Spark MicroGrants is seeking a full time Development Manager to spearhead our donor prospecting, management and event coordination. The Development Manager will work very closely with Spark's Executive Director and be responsible for prospecting new opportunities, capturing and managing Spark's pipeline development, and supporting other external and internal communication. The ideal candidate must have very strong interpersonal, writing and organizational skills. The right candidate must be motivated, flexible and passionate about the chance to make a difference in the early stages of a growing organization. The Development Manager will receive an exceptional opportunity to build an early stage organization to its next level and contribute to the development of a new model for global aid.

Spark team members are passionate about our vision for a world where everyone will live with dignity and define their own positive future. We live by four Spark values that will enable us to achieve this vision:

Facilitators. We don't impose; we enable others to generate impact.
Community-driven. We are motivated by what is best for the community.
Process-centered. The how of what we do is just as important as the what.
Authentic. Our vision and values live in everything we do.
Passionate. We are deeply committed to our work and love what we do!


Work closely with Spark's Executive Director to drive Spark's fundraising.
Prospect and draft communications with potential donors.
Management of relationships with individual donors in the US.
Manage events to promote Spark's model and raise funds.
Support Spark's Executive Director to manage donor relations.
Maintain Spark's contact and opportunity databases on Salesforce.
Manage development workflow.
Support on branding and marketing work.
Position: Development Manager

Location: Based in New York City

Qualified applicants must be able to answer 'yes' to all of the below items:

Has organized multiple donor engagement events in NYC.
Focuses on details from grammatical errors in a proposal to what color is used in an event invitation.
Thrives in a bootstrapped, passionate, entrepreneurial organization.
Is resourceful and creative when developing solutions to organizational needs.
Doesn't wait for a manager or external source to motivate them to work hard.
Easily navigates and maintains salesforce platform.
Candidate is keen to play a supporting role at beginning of tenure with organization and if excels is eager to take on more responsibility over time.
If given a list of 200 contacts can determine how to bucket contacts based on themes.
Has nearly always completed reports and achieved targets on time.
Friends or colleagues would describe you as passionate about global development.
Bored when not being challenged.
Sees the glass as half full.

How to apply

Please email with your CV and a one page application stating why you want to work with Spark and what you will achieve in your first six months. In the subject line please use the format: 'Development Manager_Your Full Name'. We look forward to hearing from you!

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Saturday, January 31, 2015 12:07 AM


Healing Arts Initiative (HAI) is a 45 year-old Long Island City-based arts and education organization dedicated to cultural accessibility. The $6 million organization has over 20 full-time staff and dozens of part-time staff engaged in the design, planning and delivery of high-quality arts access services to marginalized audiences. A comprehensive listing of the agency's history and current service offerings can be found at the agency website

HAI's Board of Directors is currently seeking qualified candidates for the Executive Director position. The organization flourished for many decades, managed by its founding Director, until four years ago, and has, in the interim, undergone many positive changes. The organization has expanded fee-for-service earnings, increased government funding, relocated from Manhattan to LIC (saving rent and related overhead expenses) and expanded the staff and Board to create a strong, resilient, well-staffed company.

HAI is a diverse and complicated agency to manage, insofar as it is funded through multiple contracts and social-venture earned-income revenue streams. This diversity makes the organization simultaneously stable, while also requiring the Executive Director and senior staff to possess a sophisticated understanding of, and experience with non-profit finance and operational systems and controls. Simultaneously, many government funding sources are placing increased emphasis on outcome measures, where mental health and education contracts often require the design and implementation of various participation and progress reports. Familiarity with evidence-based practices and outcomes-based contracts is therefore a strongly preferred quality for Executive Director candidates.

The Board is currently interviewing candidates who are interested in and qualified for the Executive Director post for an immediate start. The departing Executive Director is available on a short-term/mid-term basis to assist the new Director and Board with any transitions.

Qualified applicants should possess most or all of the following:

Experience successfully serving as Executive Director of a non-profit agency with government and earned-income revenue

A strong understanding of finance, basic non-profit accounting and managerial and financial reporting systems and controls for tax-exempt organizations

A track record successfully reporting to a Board of Directors and external stakeholders, including funders, government officials and lenders

Experience hiring and cultivating staff talent, supervising a diverse workforce and ensuring company compliance with labor law and industry HR best-practices

An advanced degree in finance, accounting an MBA or equivalent is strongly preferred

Strong written and oral communication skills are a requirement, spanning grant-writing to public speaking and subject-matter presentations

Fundraising from foundations, corporations and individuals is, of course, an important part of the job, so experience and track record in this area is paramount

HAI works with a diverse range of staff and consultants, many of them artists, performers and teaching artists. Candidates should be comfortable working with a wide range of individuals and organizations and have a demonstrated commitment to and appreciation for the arts – as an individual or professional. Appreciating arts as both a means for healing, for social cohesion, for community building and as a tool for education and personal transformation is important insofar as it is essential that the Executive Director have a personal connection to the agency's mission and methods.

Applicants who are immediately available to interview and potentially assume control of the agency and who possess all or most of the experience and qualifications cited here should submit a resume with a cover letter and salary requirements to David Sweeny at Applicants must put the title "ED Submission" in the subject line of the e mail to be considered.

• Location: Long Island, 33-02 Skillman Avenue, First Floor

Posted: Saturday, January 31, 2015 12:07 AM


ERASE Racism, Inc., a regional civil rights not-for-profit with an office on Long Island, NY, is seeking the services of a full-time staff attorney with at least 1-2 years of experience. Responsibilities include: legal research; policy analysis and advocacy; in-house legal assistance on fair housing cases managed by outside counsel; and serving as general legal counsel to the President of ERASE Racism.

The ideal candidate has demonstrated excellence in relevant, previous employment; current membership in good standing with the New York State Bar Association (or eligibility to waive in);experience in civil rights, constitutional law matters and/or administrative law, especially fair housing law; familiarity with government policies and programs, such as the HUD rule to affirmatively further fair housing and the Community Development Block Grant Program. She/he is poised, with excellent writing and public speaking skills, and is equally comfortable in a leadership role and working as a team member.

Staff Attorney Responsibilities


Research and draft legal memoranda for internal and external use on issues pertaining to ERASE Racism's work, including but not limited to: proposed or new legislation, court decisions, administrative regulations and actions in fair housing, public school education, public health and civil rights in general.
Advise and prepare ERASE Racism's President on the applicable law related to ERASE Racism's work.
Work with ERASE Racism's President to develop strategies that further racial equity on Long Island and in the New York Metropolitan Region.

Fair Housing

Monitor notices for fair housing impact from HUD, NYS, Nassau, Suffolk, local municipalities, and prepare comment, when necessary; and monitor federal, state, and local enforcement of fair housing laws.
Work with the ERASE Racism Community Organizer to engage and inform the ERASE Racism Partnership for Racial Equity; collaborate with nonprofits and coalitions of community-based, religious, and fair housing organizations to coordinate responses to implementation of the NYS Action Plans, annual reports submitted pursuant to NYS Consolidated Plan 2011-2015, and other programs influencing fair housing policy on the federal, state, and local levels; and keep these groups up-to-date through social media, telephone conferences, and meetings.
Attend and represent ERASE Racism at in-person meetings organized by HUD, NYS, Nassau, Suffolk, local municipalities, and nonprofit agencies when planning the use of CDBG funds, siting low and moderate income housing, and expending CDBG and Community Recovery Zone funds to improve infrastructure.
Draft opinion articles and reports to provide analysis of compliance or non-compliance with fair housing laws, executive orders, HUD regulations governing non-discrimination and affirmatively furthering fair housing, and ERASE Racism's long term goals of reversing Long Island's patterns of segregation.
Serve as a liaison and cooperate with outside counsel, as required, on all phases of administrative proceedings and/or litigation, including conducting investigations, drafting complaints, brief writing, attending hearings involving land use and civil rights issues, and participate as legal counsel, if needed.
Serve as a point of reference and contact on issues of fair housing choice to board members, the College of Advisors, selected non-profit coalitions, and other interested parties.
Draft internal documents, newsletter articles and other correspondence on equity issues concerning activities under the Legal Action Fund.
Network and cultivate relationships with key leaders and advocates in furtherance of the mission and goals of the organization.


Hire and supervise law school interns.
Assist with supervision of community organizer.
Coordinate planning and implementation of the organization's housing program in coordination with grant funding.

Staff Attorney Qualifications

A juris doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school with demonstrated ability to apply legal skills in a wide range of contexts to advance the interests of people of color and lower-income people. Current membership in good standing with the New York bar preferred, but eligible attorney candidates licensed in other jurisdictions with reciprocity will be considered. Admission to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York is a plus.

At least 1-2 years of experience in a legal, government, or policy setting. Background in public policy and working with community groups is a plus. Understanding of land use and housing policy issues preferred.

Abilities: Qualified applicants will possess the following abilities:

Support for and understanding of the principles of ERASE Racism's work, and appropriate and ethical representation of ERASE Racism to the public.
Excellent legal experience and the ability to think creatively in order to achieve

Excellent relationship-building skills and ability to translate relationships into
strong public action at the local, state, and national levels.

Interest and experience in working with a diverse array of groups and
individuals to build public support and involvement on local and state levels.

Willingness to attend evening and weekend meetings off-site as often as several times a month with more frequent participation needed during peak periods in a campaign.
Strong written and oral communication and media skills.
Ability to work independently with limited supervision.
Ability to maintain confidentiality.
This work will involve travel within Nassau and Suffolk counties, some travel to New York City and occasionally Albany. Car in good working order, driver's license, and valid vehicle insurance required.

Compensation: ERASE Racism offers a competitive salary commensurate with a candidate's background and skills along with benefits including medical, dental, vision, disability, life insurance, holiday/vacation/sick leave, and travel reimbursement.

Location: The position will be based at ERASE Racism's offices in Syosset, New York.

How to Apply: ERASE Racism is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from people of color, women, persons with disabilities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals. Interested applicants should forward a cover letter, which specifically addresses the responsibilities indicated in this job description and persuasively supports your candidacy; resume; and a 5-10 page legal writing sample via e-mail to as soon as possible. Include the phrase "Staff Attorney Applicant" in the subject line. Applications will be accepted and interviews conducted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Our intention is for the successful candidate to begin work no later than March 2, 2015; however, an earlier start is encouraged. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

• Location: Long Island, 6800 Jericho Turnpike, Syosset

Posted: Saturday, January 31, 2015 12:07 AM


Data Associate, Inner-City Scholarship Fund

Primary Responsibility:
Provide data-related support to Inner-City Scholarship Fund's scholarship administration and development staff

Direct Supervisors: Director of Scholarship Programs and Donor Relations, Inner-City Scholarship Fund

Duties and Responsibilities:

Maintain all aspects of Inner-City Scholarship Fund's student database in a consistent, accurate, and timely manner, including inputting data, importing and exporting records, creating and running reports, auditing data on a routine basis
Assist in administration of scholarship programs, including mailings, application processing, open houses, events, etc
Support Manager of Donor Communications Manage with sponsor billing and acknowledgments
Provide data and reports for internal analysis, board meetings, mailings, publications, and other projects as needed
Provide fundraising team with Raiser's Edge support, assisting with queries, gift reports, recognition lists, and mailing lists
Assist Data Manager for Catholic Education Advancement Office
Participate in fundraising events and administrative activities for Inner-City Scholarship Fund and the Catholic Education Advancement Office as needed

Performance Standards:

Ensure that the scholarship and donor databases are updated and accurate
Develop consistent and accurate reports and presentations
Complete data requests in a timely manner with limited errors

Position Requirements:

Bachelors' degree
A minimum of two years experience in technology/database support role
Proficient in Microsoft Access, Raisers' Edge, and Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
Willingness to take ownership of organization's data needs and to be a team player
Excellent written and oral communication, organizational and time management skills, attention to detail, and ability to manage multiple tasks independently

How to apply

Please send resumes to

• Location: Manhattan, 1011 First Ave., 14th Floor

Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015 5:19 PM


OrganizationClark Goolsby Studio
LocationBrooklyn, NY
CountryUnited States
SectorFine Arts
Position LevelEntry Level
Education RequirementHigh School
Position TypeInternship Unpaid
Application Deadline02/15/2015
Looking for a studio assistant/intern to help me prepare for a solo show taking place in March 2016. Job will be part time and flexible (probably between 2-10 hrs. per week usually during the evenings and weekends). The assistant will help me in all facets of my studio practice including stretching canvases, painting, and the creation of sculptural works. Experience with painting and a steady hand preferred.
Application Instructions
Email me at Please send your resume or website.

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015 4:30 PM


Architect lead Design Build Firm in Sag Harbor, New York looking to hire architectural designers interested in the Modern Residential space.

Candidate required to be: -

Design Focused
Resident of Eastern Long Island
Proficient in Vectorworks, Archicad and Sketchup
Degree from a NAAB accredited Institution
2 to 5 years experienced

Please email resume to if interested.

• Location: Queens

Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015 3:06 PM


Murdock Solon Architects, based in NYC, NY, a 11-person design firm is seeking a professional committed to architectural quality able to take on key responsibilities within a growing practice. The candidate should be able to move fluently between design and construction phases and handle multiple projects of various size and complexity. Strong project management abilities and detailing skills are absolute requirements; please include specific descriptions of management and construction experiences in your submitted materials. Understanding of New York City construction standards, authority approval procedure, and minimum 4 years experience required.

Also candidate must have the following requirements:

5yr Bachelors or Masters Degree in Architecture, or equivalent
Proven experience in project management [experience in detail & design development, construction documents, construction administration, a plus]
Excellent AutoCAD, Revit, Sketch up, Studio MAX and Adobe Suite skills
Understanding of client communications, contract documentation, project scheduling, team leadership, building design, technical detailing, consultant coordination, construction administration
Fluency in written and spoken English
Self-motivated and self-disciplined in an intense collaborative studio environment, able to organize, encourage and lead project teams
Eligibility to work in the United States legally, without need for employer sponsorship
Please email a letter of interest and resume, along with work samples in a single PDF file under 5MB to: Satoi Akimoto [sa(at)]
MSA is a full service architectural firm. Our recent works include townhouse renovations, art galleries, high end residential, and mixed use commercial buildings. This is a full time position and to be working on our current commercial projects.
Please limit correspondence to email at this time, no phone inquiry please.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015 9:47 AM


LocationNew York City, NY
CountryUnited States
SectorFine Arts
Position LevelStudent
Education Requirement4-Year Degree
Position TypeInternship Unpaid
Application Deadline01/23/2015
The Arts Programming Intern is involved in a wide range of tasks and responsibilities surrounding chashama's Studio and Gallery Exhibition Programs reporting directly to the Programming Director and Programming Assistant.

Responsibilities: Assisting the Programming Department with the management of the visual artists-in-residence Studio Program, general administrative duties, maintaining artist database, and assisting with special events as they arise such as open studio events, window and gallery exhibition.

Currently seeking or have obtained an undergraduate degree in liberal arts, preferably in art or communications; strong knowledge of art with an interest in issues facing the arts today; excellent written and verbal communication skills; strong organizational skills; fluency in the Mac computer platform, MS Office, Google applications and Adobe; strong knowledge of Illustrator and Photoshop preferred.
Application Instructions
Please email a Cover Letter and Resume to with Subject: Arts Programming Intern Application

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015 8:20 AM


OrganizationRichard Pierce Photography
LocationNew York, NY
CountryUnited States
Position LevelStudent
Education RequirementNone Specified
Position TypeInternship Paid
We are looking for responsible and hardworking photography student with organizational skills to intern at a fast-paced, busy advertising and editorial still-life photo studio. He/She will be involved in pre and post-production of shoots, some studio organization and helping out on set
as needed. He/She will be learning the business and the workings of a professional photography studio through assisting the studio manager as well as learning the technical aspects of commercial and editorial still-life photography by assisting on set.

He/She should have knowledge of large format digital photography and be proficient with Mac, Photoshop and scanning software. Most of all, he/she should be willing to learn.
Application Instructions
Please email your cover letter and resume. Photography Portfolio will be required at interview.

Please include “Internship” in the subject line of the email.


• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015 7:50 AM


Department: Programs
Reports to: Vice President, Programs
Location: 12 MetroTech, Brooklyn, NY

Position Summary:
The Ms. Foundation for Women seeks an exceptional individual with strong program development, management, and organizing skills for the position of Senior Strategist, Safety. The Senior Strategist will work closely with the Vice President, Programs to redefine the Foundation's Safety program; identify potential grantees and partner organizations; manage grantmaking and programmatic initiatives; work closely with Program Directors in Women's Health and Economic Justice; and engage with colleagues leading Communications, Development, Policy, and Advocacy efforts. The Senior Strategist will bring a broad understanding of feminism, the women's movement, and intersections with other social justice issues, as well as knowledge and expertise in approaches to gender-based violence, discrimination, and gender justice.


 Research critical issues, opportunities, and funding gaps; identify likely areas for Ms. Foundation engagement and funding; identify strategic opportunities to involve a wide range of partners from across multiple fields and perspectives.
 Serve as a thought partner and work collaboratively with colleagues in Economic Justice and Health Programs to share information and key learnings; develop and implement cross-Program strategies; and inform the Foundation's Communications, Policy, and Advocacy efforts.
 Actively engage in donor cultivation, networking, and other fundraising efforts to maintain and increase resources for this work. Work with Development staff to prepare proposals to potential donors and reports/updates to current funders.
 Manage intersectional grantmaking for Safety program area, including preparing requests for proposals, coordinating and participating in proposal review, docket write-up, and facilitating review meetings; monitor grantee progress and outcomes through phone calls and email, site visits, webinars, and other tools; design and implement technical assistance, capacity-building, and field-building strategies, including grantee convenings; manage annual program plans and grants budget.
 In partnership with Communications team, develop content for Foundation publications and communications vehicles; draft op-eds, workshop/conference presentations, and other external communications tools as requested; manage dissemination and outreach strategies.
 Lead and participate in Foundation-wide activities, and promote a collegial and cooperative approach to work both internally and externally.
 Actively participate in external practitioner and philanthropic organizations, coalitions and networks; pursue opportunities to present to philanthropic and other audiences; organize funder briefings and other engagement activities as appropriate to advance both the work of the Foundation and the Safety field.
 Serve as Foundation spokesperson, as approved, at conferences, press conferences, and other external-facing events.
 Supervise consultants and support staff who are providing assistance in these areas.
 Take on special projects as directed.

Our Theory of Change

Grassroots organizations—
particularly those led by women of color, low-income and poor women—
are the building blocks of the contemporary women's movement; by investing in them, we create a stronger, bolder movement. By linking up the different arms of that movement, we also increase its collective impact and help to advance the wider struggle for social justice, democracy and human rights. - 4/22/2014

 Bachelor's degree desired, Master's degree a plus.
 Minimum ten years' related work experience, with increasing levels of responsibility, in relevant program development, management, grantmaking, or grassroots organizing. Fundraising experience helpful but not required.
 Feminist with a demonstrated understanding of the women's movement, progressive movement organizing, and intersectionality.
 Commitment to the Foundation's Theory of Change, and to working with diverse communities on gender-based violence, discrimination, and gender justice while also making connections to other social justice issues.
 Experience managing stakeholder relationships and working with grantees or partner organizations to increase capacity, evaluate program outcomes and impacts, and effect policy change. Experience with grassroots organizations and grassroots leadership development a plus.
 Ability to build strong and collegial working relationships with colleagues, grantees, donors, potential funders, and institutional partners.
 Excellent oral and written communication skills; able to quickly gather, synthesize and summarize information in a clear and jargon-free manner.
 Clear and engaging communications style; comfortable making presentations to both expert and larger public audiences; highly skilled in both group and 1:1 meeting facilitation.
 Strong planning, administrative, and organizational skills; ability to manage time efficiently, meet deadlines, and work independently with minimal support.
 Experience in supervision and professional development of junior and support staff; ability to manage up and support Vice President of Programs in achieving Departmental and organizational objectives.
 Flexible working style; sense of humor; strong interpersonal skills; calm and resourceful; able to work under pressure; committed to working cross-functionally and collaboratively.
 Highly proficient with Internet and Windows-based technology (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook). Experience with Project 2010, GIFTS, or other project management and grants management software a plus.
 Ability to travel 30% or more of time.
 Fluency in Spanish a plus.

To learn more about the Ms. Foundation for Women, please visit:

To apply for the position, please submit a detailed cover letter and current resume to: not later than February 20, 2015.

The Ms. Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and considers all applications without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, disability, socio-economic

• Location: Brooklyn, 12 MetroTech Center, Floor 26

Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015 4:13 AM


New Rochelle Opera is seeking a set designer/builder for its 30th anniversary production of George Bizet’s CARMEN (runs June 25-28, 2015 in New Rochelle, NY).

Must have capability to build off-site and load in during tech week (cannot build at venue).
Design fee and materials budget available.

Please submit resume and website or photos for consideration to

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015 4:13 AM


Uhuru is looking for multiple talented and experienced Senior Interior Designers to help grow our Commercial and Hospitality Interiors practices, and manage ongoing large-scale projects for high-profile clients. The Senior Interior Designer is a client-facing position responsible for client development, developing design packages, and delivering projects on time and within budget. The ideal candidate has 10+ years of experience in either commercial or hospitality design with an impressive project portfolio. You will be expected to manage a growing team of designers and you will report directly to Uhuru’s Creative Directors.


Lead interior design teams on projects
Collaborate on hospitality and/or commercial interiors projects, including programming client needs, conceptual and schematic design, design development, and management of budgets and schedules
Develop space planning concepts and generate program documents
Participate in design/development/selection of furniture and specifications
Provide project team coordination for finish plans, specifications, and material selections required for construction
Work with consultants, furniture dealers, product reps, and fabricators to meet overall project objectives
Assist in managing client expectations, team communication and consultant coordination
Contribute to office activities, initiatives and learning programs
Participate in business development and marketing efforts

10+ years of proven hospitality or commercial design experience
Experience leading and advising clients
Experience in both fields of Interior Architecture and FF&E specification
Ability to read technical drawings and manage multiple projects from design to completion
Ability to communicate ideas clearly with freehand sketching, including details, millwork, finishes and lighting
Excellent written, graphic and verbal communication skills, and outstanding ability to present and share design concepts
Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design
Proficiency in AutoCAD, Sketchup, Hand rendering, InDesign/Photoshop; Solidworks a plus
NCIDQ certified a plus


To apply for this position please submit your resume and cover letter highlighting relevant work experience to with the email subject “Senior Interior Designer.” Please also send your portfolio and any sample spec books you have developed. Salary is competitive and will reflect your experience.

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015 4:13 AM


Store Manager, Aesop Chelsea – a collaboration with The Paris Review

About Aesop
Aesop was established in Melbourne in 1987 with a quest to create a range of superlative products for the skin, hair and body. We are committed to using both plant-based and laboratory-made ingredients of the highest quality and proven efficacy – particularly those with the greatest anti-oxidant properties.

We value all human endeavours undertaken with intellectual rigour, vision, and a nod to the whimsical. Every Aesop product is made with the same attention to detail we believe should be applied to life at large, taking into consideration a diversity of needs as well as seasonal and environmental conditions. We advocate the use of our formulations as part of a balanced life that includes a healthy diet, sensible exercise, a moderate intake of red wine, and a regular dose of stimulating literature.

Our products are available in signature spaces and department stores in New York, Paris, Hong Kong and beyond, at Aesop Online, and at selected stockists internationally.

Aesop seeks dedicated and enthusiastic individuals to manage our space in Chelsea, New York in collaboration with The Paris Review.

Aesop Chelsea reflects our deep passion for the written word and appreciation for the Paris Review . The ceiling is a floating sculpture crafted from original editions of the esteemed journal. The walls give a glimpse behind the scenes at the storied magazine, with letters, photographs, and other ephemera; and visitors to the store will find not only the current issue, but also a curated selection of Aesop’s best-loved back issues from across the decades.

The store also offers our complete range of skin, hair and body care products, distinguished by botanical and laboratory-generated ingredients of the highest quality.
In addition to speaking fluently about The Paris Review issues to customers, the Store Manager will be responsible for budgeting, store-specific marketing, and building the store’s client base.

The Ideal Candidate
The successful candidate will be a skilled professional, able to grace this role with diligence, passion, and élan. The candidate must have the confidence to sell products requiring specialist knowledge, and a willingness to embrace demonstration-based sales techniques and excellent merchandising abilities.

In order to successfully discuss the store’s literary offerings with clients, the successful candidate will combine extraordinary communication skills with a deep interest in literature, current affairs and contemporary arts.

Application process:
We require all applicants to send a resume with a cover letter addressing the role responsibilities as outlined. We also ask that you answer the following questions in your cover letter:
— Why is Aesop a brand for which you would be proud to work?
— How do your interests align with Aesop?
— When has your energy and enthusiasm paid off professionally?

To apply, please send your resume with a cover letter addressing the points detailed in the position requirements below to:
Applications which have not addressed the selection criteria will not be considered.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015 4:13 AM



New York Professional Advisors for Community Entrepreneurs (NYPACE)
is a non-profit organization that seeks to stimulate job creation and economic development in New York City by offering pro-bono consulting services to local entrepreneurs from under-resourced communities. Working as a team, volunteer business advisors are paired with entrepreneurs to help address their most pressing business needs and provide entrepreneurs with guidance that will help them achieve success in their ventures. Tailored projects with entrepreneurs last several months and can be focused on topics such as financial analysis to marketing strategies to developing a social media platform and more.

Although a young organization, NYPACE is on a steep growth trajectory. Starting out as a small grass roots organization serving a handful of entrepreneurs, NYPACE has become a larger, stronger community service organization serving more and more entrepreneurs each year. NYPACE added full-time staff in late 2012 and have since more than doubled the number of entrepreneurs we support each year. To date, NYPACE has supported over 55 entrepreneurs and enlisted the help of over 180 volunteers. As our program continues to grow, fundraising efforts must increase as well and NYPACE seeks a full-time employee to focus on the organization's developmental needs. The atmosphere of the staff and organization is entrepreneurial in nature and employees have the opportunity to provide critical input in setting the direction of the organization.

NYPACE's Development Director has four main responsibilities:

Drive fundraising efforts of NYPACE
Help develop the narrative of NYPACE and the set of metrics that support it
Lead marketing initiatives for NYPACE and manage external marketing relationships
Assist in program management by managing a sub-set of NYPACE projects with entrepreneurs

Detailed Job Description:

Drive fundraising efforts at NYPACE

Interface with NYPACE Board, Fundraising Committee and Executive Director to put in place a plan to build on existing fundraising efforts to support organization's growth
Map all relevant grants for NYPACE
Lead writing and completion of grant applications with assistance from Fundraising Committee. NYPACE staff and grant writing consultant as needed
Complete all administration and reporting processes requested by grantors
Manage relationship with foundations, corporations and other sources of grant funding
Engage current sponsors/donors and build this portfolio
Lead the organizing of the annual NYPACE fundraising event
Propose and execute on innovative fundraising ideas

Develop the narrative of NYPACE and the set of metrics that support it

Articulate the key metrics that substantiate the vision and progress against it. For example, increased value added to businesses supported by NYPACE or Entrepreneur/Advisor NPS
Set up processes to collect data, perform analysis and report on it
Support in the development and writing of NYPACE printed marketing materials

Lead marketing initiatives for NYPACE and manage external marketing relationships

Interface with NYPACE marketing committee to set agenda for marketing priorities
Raise NYPACE's profile with stakeholders through the use of social media, press releases and media coverage
Manage periodic updates of NYPACE website
Work with NYPACE marketing committee on quarterly newsletter incorporating organizational news, developments on entrepreneur projects and other useful information

Collaborate with NYPACE Executive Director on Project Management to have firsthand involvement in executing on NYPACE's mission

Work with a subset of NYPACE advisor projects to learn about NYPACE program and support Executive Director in project management
Help organize and attend NYPACE events with project advisory teams


At least 3-5 years of prior non-profit experience including in a development or fundraising role
Track record and experience with developing fundraising programs and strategies
Experience performing data analysis for reporting purposes, and developing communication materials for foundations and other donors
Grant application and writing experience

Other valuable traits and skills

Strong writing and communication skills
Experience with planning and executing fundraising events
Experience with utilizing social media platforms including Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter
Self-starter looking to work in an entrepreneurial environment and "roll-up his/her sleeves"
Experience with website content generation and utilizing technology platforms (Constant Contact, etc.) to communicate with stakeholders
Corporate giving/sponsorship experience a plus
Team player

Education Requirements

Bachelor's degree
Coursework in non-profit management a plus


Development Director will work from a hom e office and/or a shared workspace with Executive Director

How to apply

Interested applicants should sent their resume and cover letter to: In the cover letter, please detail applicable experience to the responsibilities of NYPACE's Development Director position.

• Location: Manhattan, PO Box 1044

Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015 4:13 AM


The Meatpacking District Improvement Association (MPIA), is the non-profit local business alliance of area businesses and property owners. MPIA represents and promotes the area's businesses and their interests, produces events and manages a marketing and public relations campaign for the district. MPIA is also the neighborhood partner of the NYC Department of Transportation in managing and program the area's pedestrian plazas along Ninth Avenue from 15th Street to Gansevoort Street.

Currently MPIA also manages the Chelsea Improvement Company and its operations. The organization is in the process of expanding its area of operation, services and programming on an accelerated timeline while is going through the process to become a business improvement district (BID).

Job description

This position is responsible for the planning of and the ongoing administration and supervisionof core services and operations including our clean-team, beautification and public safety/security programs, as well as business support services and marketing functions at the direction of the ED.

The Deputy Director's main focus area will be BID operations and management.

Additional focus areas will include public improvements, community affairs, marketing and communications and special projects.


- Oversees daily programming and management of the public spaces in the district. Works with external clients, films shoots and others, as well as collaborate with staff internally on the free community programming we produce.

- Oversees day-to-day operations of the clean-team/sanitation contract

- Inspects the public realm daily and communicates with the supervisor and clean-team staff on any apparent issues, daily walking of the district and works with the vendor on scheduling and communication of all issues/events that may affect the district and the staffing

- Oversees day-to-day operations of the landscape maintenance contract

- Maintains communication with the vendor and communicates any issues or needs and makes recommendations with regard to changes and enhancements to the beautification program

- Supervises the public safety/security calendar and communicates weekly with the supervisor of the vendor to address any issues

- Handles the logistics of any physical equipment, furniture, supplies and storage needs as they pertain to the district and the public space.

- Preparation of request for Proposals and other procurement processes as well as the negotiation of contracts pertaining to services

Relationship Management

- Develops and maintains relationships within city agencies including NYPD, DOT,DEP, Sanitation, DCA, DOB, SBS, DOH etc.

- Communicates with appropriate city agencies regarding any quality of life issues in the district (DEP, DOT, etc) and works with Marketing Manager to brainstorm and develop appropriate programming and communications around agency related changes or issues

- Liaise with the local police precincts and community boards and shares responsibility with rest of the team in attending monthly community council meetings and CB meetings

Special Projects and Marketing

- Works with marketing staff to develop programming for public plazas and business support services

- Special projects, as they come in – anything from working on PR, sponsorships, partnership, presentations, marketing collateral, etc.

- Works with ED on development of budget as it relates to operations and then oversees the expenditures of these line items

- Assist on an as needed basis with other BID projects and events

- Oversees and implements BID marketing and communication efforts

- Works with other staff to gathers economic data and information on commercial, retail, and residential markets for the purposes of publishing reports and data to highlight the district and specific trends.

- Oversight and management of some full-time/part-time staff, hires interns, consultants and vendors.

Candidate Skills and Qualifications:

- Strong oral and written communication skills required. Writing samples may be requested.

- A diverse skill-set is paramount. Experience/background in one or more of the following areas required: community development, marketing and communications, programming and events management, community relations, streetscape enhancements, fundraising, and program development/program management.

- Knowledge of City government and/or not-for-profit management would be an asset

- Contract management and project management experience required.

- Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office suite, Constant Contact, and social

media (Facebook and Twitter) required.

- Direct knowledge of the diverse work of BIDs preferred

- Must be capable of collaborating as a productive and thoughtful member of ateam, while also being able to implement certain responsibilities in a largelyindependent manner.

- Must possess an entrepreneurial and creative spirit and the ability to work in a dynamic environment.

- Must have the utmost appreciation of and ability to handle a myriad of tasks, large and small, as required by staff members of a small organization.

- Undergraduate degree required

How to apply

Qualified applicants should email No calls please.

• Location: Manhattan, 32 Gansevoort Street, 5th Floor

Posted: Friday, January 30, 2015 12:06 AM


Working under the direct supervision of the Director of Communications and Community Engagement, the Manager of Advocacy and Digital Strategy is accountable for organizing and managing rapid-response online campaigning and on-the-ground issue based advocacy work.

In collaboration with the Director of Communications and Community Engagement and the President and General Counsel, the Manager of Advocacy and Digital Strategy will serve an essential role in strengthening LatinoJustice's brand identity by executing movement and coalition building strategies that help build offline/online support and win important victories on a variety of issues. The Manager of Advocacy and Digital Strategy will oversee LatinoJustice PRLDEF's online campaigning operations across all platforms and oversee the offline Civic Engagement networks to leverage supporters to mobilize and effect social change. The Manager must understand, trust and connect with grassroots activists and national organizations to support and create impactful work focused on Latinos and civil rights.

The Manager will produce internal and external, printed and on-line resources, such as website updates, social media outreach, infographics, memes, newsletters and other occasional programmatic publications, assuring consistency throughout the organization. The Manager will also be part of an integrated communications program whose primary goal is to build the organization's brand by managing all of LatinoJustice's communications activities, including press, online strategies and publications, and to educate the public through community involvement, media outreach and effective online and in-print resources of LatinoJustice's work.

Specifically, the Manager of Advocacy and Digital Strategy will:

Be a critical part of a team developing and executing online and offline advocacy campaigns, from research to strategy and idea creation through testing and implementation. These campaigns will range from rapid-response campaigns that capitalize on unexpected media moments to longer term initiatives that build strength and support over time.
Utilize new media tactics via email, social media, video and other channels that move constituents to action.
Stay updated on new technology and best practices in online campaigning and advocacy work.
Work closely with partner organizations to create cohesive and consistent strategies for public engagement and youth leadership development.
Be responsible for creating public design elements and maintaining of the brand. This includes producing occasional program brochures and informational pamphlets, both in English and Spanish.
Constantly think of creative ways to mobilize people and have an impact.
Manage the Youth Leadership Network and lead them through their digital campaigns to support the work of LatinoJustice PRLDEF.
Assist in supervising interns and volunteers as needed.
In the absence of the Director of Communications, the Manager of Advocacy and Digital Strategy will act as the primary contact for all media issues.

Education and Qualifications

The Manager of Advocacy and Digital Strategy will have a minimum of a Bachelor degree with extensive experience in organizing and advocacy, the use of organizing techniques, extensive knowledge of online methods for communications and advocacy as well as extensive knowledge of social justice and civil right issues. The Manager must have excellent interpersonal skills to develop diverse allies and facilitate collaboration while demonstrating commitment to public interest and civil rights issues. The Manager must have the ability to collaborate successfully with a broad and diverse range of communities and individuals. The Manager must have excellent verbal and written communications skills as well as solid copy-editing and sharp writing skills to engage our audience. The Manager must know online production, Adobe Suite of applications and familiar with video production. The Manager will be an expert on social media, analytics and testing systems and must be active on various platforms, knowledgeable about the current social media landscape as well as trends on the horizon. The Manager will have flexibility to keep up with online media, monitor and curate online content with the ability to quickly synthesize information about new topics. He or she must be skilled at creatively thinking about how to combine community organizing best practices with scalable tech and new media tools. The Manager will be very familiar with all topics related to LJP's mission and goals and needs to be committed to civil rights and the mission of the organization. The Manager must have excellent Bilingual English/Spanish skills.



Send cover letter, resume, and writing sample (1 to 2 pages) to:

Silvia Orna

Director of Human Resources and Operations

Subject: Digital Strategy

Deadline: February 28, 2015; or until position is filled.

• Location: Manhattan, 99 Hudson Street, 14th Floor

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