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Posted: Sunday, March 1, 2015 12:10 AM

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Job Purpose
The Development and Special Events Associate at the AIA New York Chapter and the Center for Architecture is responsible for assisting with all aspects of fundraising activities and events to help meet the Center for Architecture's fundraising goals. Work will particularly focus on planning and fundraising for our annual Heritage Ball (October), Honors & Awards Luncheon (April) and Golf Outing (July/August), as well as fundraising database management. This position is ideal for a motivated, highly organized self-starter with an interest in arts and cultural organizations.

The AIA New York and the Center for Architecture
The Center for Architecture was established in October 2003 by the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter and its charitable affiliate. The Center is New York City's premier public space for exhibitions, discussion and professional exchange on architecture, design and the built environment. With multiple galleries, a lecture hall, public resource center, library and conference rooms, the Center serves as a vital place where the public and design professionals meet.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities
This position reports to the Director of Development (DOD), and will assist the DOD with all aspects of developing, implementing and managing fundraising activities and special events, in addition to administrative support for the Development Department.

Development Administration:
• Assist DOD in all cultivation activities and initiatives, including committee meetings, coordination of mailings, solicitation packages and appropriate donor contact and follow-up communications related to fundraising
• Research donors and prospects and conduct donor analysis when necessary
• Manage all fundraising data in database including the input of pledges and payments and the execution of invoices, receipts and any additional donor acknowledgment
• Maintain filing system for exhibition and program fundraising

Special Events:
• Coordinate invitation mailings, solicitation packages and appropriate donor contact and follow-up
• Manage delivery of sponsorship benefits
• Serve as primary point of contact for event-related inquiries
• Assist DOD and Events Manager in managing event budgets
• Act as staff lead with all printed material content, trafficking, and distribution; act as liaison to printers, graphic designers and other vendors
• Coordinate event logistical efforts (e.g., script, presentation, run of show) with the DOD and Events Manager for all major events
• Assist Events Manager with the coordination of the Heritage Ball after party, Party@theCenter
• Manage all fundraising data in FileMaker database including the input of payments and the execution of invoices and receipts

Qualifications
• Bachelor's Degree required
• 1-3 years of relevant work experience
• Demonstrated interest in the arts and cultural world
• Knowledge of fundraising software and databases (Salesforce a plus)
• Experience with the creation and management of financial documents (MS Excel)
• Ability to handle and prioritize multiple, simultaneous projects
• Strong organizational skills
• Strong written and presentation skills
• Polished and professional with great customer service
• Comfortable liaising with high level donors and other VIPs
• Upbeat, outgoing, motivated self-starter; proactive and engaged with the organizational mission

Opportunities for growth in this position include increased responsibilities for fundraising strategy, corporate outreach, grant writing assistance, marketing and communications, database management and more.


To apply, please email Jesse Lazar, Director of Development at development@aiany.org, with the subject line "Last Name_First Name_Development," include your cover letter in the body of the email, and attach your resume.

• Location: Manhattan, 536 LaGuardia Place


Posted: Sunday, March 1, 2015 12:10 AM

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Henrybuilt is seeking an ambitious and effective Junior Sales Associate to join our New York team in our Soho showroom.

Primary responsibilities include working with senior sales and marketing staff to develop the New York area market focused on client services, business development, and sales goals. This is an opportunity to represent a world-class product and a growing brand.

This position offers excellent compensation – proportional to contribution with growth.

Requirements include:

A high degree of facility with the language of residential architecture and luxury brands. Must be able to quickly gain an in depth understanding of a client’s stylistic and programmatic requirements.
A high degree of social sophistication and poise with the ability to excel – gracefully – under pressure.
Experience with CRM or other data analysis tools.
Strong educational background and demonstrated ability to analyze information and creatively overcome challenges. BA is required. MBA is preferred.
Strong references that support your ability to learn quickly, work well as part of a team and achieve your goals.
Founded in 2001, Henrybuilt designs, manufactures and distributes the Henrybuilt product line. Henrybuilt is highly regarded for the quality of its kitchen systems and other residential furniture and storage systems. The company has quickly become a top competitor with the most noted European brands. In 2005, Surface Magazine included Henrybuilt as the only American company in a survey of the best kitchen systems in the world. In 2009, Henrybuilt launched a new company, Viola Park, offering a modular kitchen system. The company is based in Seattle, with showrooms in Seattle and New York City, and serves clients throughout the US, Mexico and Canada. For more information, please visit www.henrybuilt.com.


Please send resume and cover letter to careers@henrybuilt.com.

We are unable to accept phone or in-person inquiries regarding this position. Due to the large volume of resumes we receive, we will only be able to respond to those we select to move into the interview process. Principals only. Recruiters, please do not contact this job post.


• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Sunday, March 1, 2015 12:10 AM

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AJLP is seeking an experienced facade specialist with project management experience. Candidates must demonstrate proficiency in exterior wall design and detailing, as well as strong communication skills.

About Us:
AJLP is a growing facade consultancy practice providing comprehensive design and construction expertise to a wide array of building envelope projects. Our services range from design-assist on complex specialty structures to facade restoration and everything in between. We have over 60 years of collective experience and emphasize forging personalized working relationships with our clients.
We are looking for people who are motivated and passionate about our industry.

Education and Experience Requirements:
A professional degree in Architecture and/or Engineering
Minimum 5 years’ experience

Technical Skills:
Knowledge of building systems and construction methods
Knowledge of codes
Experience reviewing shop drawings

Field experience

Familiarity with 3D parametric software (Autodesk Inventor or Solidworks a plus)

Salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience.


If you are interested in applying, please send a resume, cover letter and portfolio to:
stanp@ajlpconsulting.com

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Sunday, March 1, 2015 12:10 AM

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Paris Forino Interior Design seeks creative, organized and motivated Interior Designer or architect who loves drawing to join our passionate and growing firm.

The candidate will be responsible for executing drawing sets and project management for high-end residential and hospitality projects. They will manage the project and be responsible for coordination with the trades and other consultants.

Requirements:

Interior Design or Architecture degree
2-4 years of relevant experience.
Exceptional AutoCAD skills. Ability to put together CD set under the direction of Principal Designer.
Highly organized and motivated with excellent project management skills.
Experience with consultant coordination
SketchUP, Photoshop, InDesign (preferred skills)
Design sensibility and intuition.
The successful candidate will be offered good benefits and salary commensurate with experience. The work ambiance is hardworking while fun and spirited.

Please email interiors@parisforinodesign.com with your CV and a sample of your portfolio

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Sunday, March 1, 2015 12:10 AM

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OrganizationRenny & Reed
Websitehttp://www.rennyandreed.com
LocationNew York, NY
CountryUnited States
SectorDesign Arts
Position LevelManager/Supervisor
Education RequirementNone Specified
Position TypeFull Time Permanent


Manager of Renny & Reed's 505 Park Avenue Retail Flower Shop

The 505 Retail Shop Manageris responsible for managing, maintaining, and growinga fast paced,busy flower shop. The shopreceivesretail walk in clients, phone orders, standing weekly orders, residential and corporate installation work.

The Shop Manager is in charge of the entire retail space, controlling its presentation and merchandising which includes shop windows, daily store layout, lighting, and sidewalk displays. The Manager must also oversee the fulfillment of all orders for the day, designing, managing the wholesale market trips, managinglead and freelance designers, shop assistants, drivers, and at times auxiliary production staff. This position requires someone who is very organized, a good communicator, understands logistics, understands flowers and design, and wants to work hard. This position reports directly to the COO and owner.

This job requires someone who wants to take ownership over the retail space and make it run to the best of its ability. To have the shop running to the best of its ability may require finding new ways of doing things, creating new procedures and systems which could include new procedures for flower purchasing, delivery logistics, and more. This position requires that a person understand the floral industry and be able to create efficiencies in all areas that she or he touches.

This position will receive support from the COO, the Creative Director, and the Owner.

Tasks
Managing all aspects of a retail flowers shop
Create and drive merchandising of the shop
Supervise and administer wholesale market runs
Supervise and administer van drivers
Supervise designers, and shop assistants in all aspects including design, pricing, proper phone etiquette, sales transactions, and customer interaction.
Checking the cooler daily to be aware of what is there
Running small events contracted through the store
Purchasing for Creative Director for her events

Skills
Strong floral design skills
Strong communication skills
Strong problem solving skills both on a daily basis and also on a systematic level
Ability to prioritize and organize appropriately

Behavior
Must stay calm under pressure
Must be friendly and positive toward employees and customers
Must be inspiring and motivating

No Resumes please unless you have floral design experience.
Application Instructions
Please send resumes and examples of your floral design to wendy@rennyandreed.com

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Sunday, March 1, 2015 12:10 AM

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OrganizationWave Hill Incorporated
Websitehttp://www.wavehill.org
LocationBronx, NY
CountryUnited States
SectorNon-Profit
Position LevelExecutive/Director
Education RequirementMaster's Degree
Position TypeFull Time Permanent


The primary mandate of the Executive Director is to lead the institution and guide its staff by providing institutional vision, forming judgments and acting in a manner that fulfills Wave Hill's mission and core values.

Background
Wave Hill is a 28-acre public garden and cultural center overlooking the Hudson River and Palisades in the northwest Bronx. It is a jewel beloved for its intimacy, innovation, and welcoming spirit. Recognized internationally for its beautiful gardens and nationally for its model education programs and contemporary art exhibitions, Wave Hill inspires its visitors through a unique and multi-faceted mission:

"To celebrate the artistry and legacy of its gardens and landscapes, to preserve its magnificent views and to explore human connections to the natural world through programs in horticulture, education and the arts."

Three core values extend this mission and guide Wave Hill's public offerings:
• We value Wave Hill's intimacy and sense of place that holds wonder and surprise.
• We welcome and serve our many diverse communities.
• We strive for excellence and innovation in our organization and programs.

Formerly a private estate, Wave Hill was donated to the City of New York in 1960 and became a public organization in 1965 as a result of a strong, community-based preservation movement. Today, Wave Hill is one of 34 prominent nonprofit cultural institutions owned by the City of New York and collectively known as the Cultural Institutions Group or CIG’S. Wave Hill is operated by an independent Board of Directors.

Wave Hill is open to the public six days each week year-round, and it welcomes more than 150,000 visitors annually. The majority come from the five boroughs of New York City, with nearly 50% from the borough of the Bronx. Large constituencies include families with young children, seniors over 65, and garden enthusiasts and tourists of all ages. Visitors enjoy the gardens, woodlands, cafe and shop, and many attend concerts, exhibitions, workshops, classes and nature-based programs. Some 9,000 students and teachers participate in Wave Hill's environmental education programs each year; the majority of students are from urban, low-income households in the Bronx.

In 2015, as Wave Hill concludes its 50th Anniversary celebration as a public institution, its leadership will
begin a strategic planning effort for the organization, the second in its history. The Board and senior management will work together to analyze the institution's strengths, to assess its challenges, and to design a broadly articulated road map for the future.

Wave Hill's continuing growth demands an increasing reliance on private funding to complement the strong support of the City of New York. Such an effort requires an ongoing strengthening of the Board. Opportunities to grow earned revenues must be carefully balanced to retain the intimacy of Wave Hill.

Wave Hill is governed by a Board of Directors currently comprising 22 dedicated individuals who are joined by five City officials, who serve ex-officio. The staff comprises approximately 50 full-time and part-time employees, augmented by 10-15 seasonal workers in the warmer months. Twelve full-time employees are covered under a union contract with District Council 37, the City's largest municipal union. In addition to the 28-acre garden and woodland property, the facility includes a conservatory complex and four historical buildings.

More background and program information, as well as the most recent annual report may be
found at www.wavehill.org.

Position and Responsibilities

The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors, working through its Co-Chairs and committees. Standing committees include Executive, Audit, Program, Development, Finance and Investment, Strategic Planning, and Committee on Directors.

Direct reports to the Executive Director under the present structure include the Deputy Director (Finance and Administration), Director of Visitor Services, Director of Horticulture, Director of Development, Director of Marketing and Communications, Director of Arts and Senior Curator, Director of Education and Director of Facilities and Capital Projects.

The key roles of the Executive Director are as follows:
1. Lead the senior management in working productively through program and policy priorities.
2. Envision additional ways in which Wave Hill can best accomplish its mission with excellence.
3. Involve and engage the Board in the work of the organization and interface with the Board Chair(s) on regular basis.
4. Serve as the public face of the institution.
5. Take an active leadership role in fundraising working closely with the Board of Directors and the
Director of Development.
6. Build and enrich the multiple relationships with the City of New York, colleagues within the CIG, peers in the cultural, horticultural and local communities, and the many other constituencies and stakeholders of Wave Hill, including Wave Hill’s Friends of Horticulture committee.
7. Facilitate the best working environment for the varied professional staff, which ranges from not-for-profit administrators, to gardeners, curators, educators, visitor service employees, and facility maintenance crews.
8. Take a strong role in working with the Committee on Directors as the Board continues its evolution and growth.
9. Guide the organization through its upcoming Strategic Review and implement agreed upon
initiatives.

Qualifications
The chosen candidate will have an ideal mix of the following skill sets, experience, and
temperament:
1. Dynamic leadership as demonstrated by prior experience in defining and articulating
institutional vision, high level strategy development, and effective guidance and
integration of multiple departments.
2. Experience in the stewardship of a public institution, its grounds, its buildings, and its
people. Ability to engage the varied stakeholders to remain enthusiastic advocates of Wave Hill.
3. At least ten years of high-level management within the not-for-profit sector.
4. Prior success in major fund raising campaigns.
5. Demonstrated ability to be the leading public face of an institution with an awareness of visitorship and membership goals.
6. A management style that is collegial and focused on team building.
7. A consummate professional, capable of deftly combining vision and pragmatism.
8. Broad familiarity with, and experience in, marketing and public relations.
9. A passion for gardens, culture, and nature




Application Instructions
Candidates should submit letter of interest, resume and salary history to the Wave Hill Executive Search Committee at: executivesearch@wavehill.org

• Location: Bronx


Posted: Sunday, March 1, 2015 12:10 AM

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OrganizationWorld Music Institute
Websitehttp://www.worldmusicinstitute.org
LocationNew York, NY
CountryUnited States
SectorNon-Profit
Position LevelExperienced (Non-Manager)
Education RequirementNone Specified
Position TypeFull Time Permanent



DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT

Background

World Music Institute is a not-for-profit concert presenting organization founded in 1985 dedicated to bringing the finest in traditional and contemporary music and dance from around the world. WMI encourages cultural exchange between nations and ethnic groups and collaborates with community organizations and academic institutions in fostering greater understanding of the world’s cultural traditions. WMI works extensively with community groups and organizations including Indian, Iranian, Chinese, Korean, Middle Eastern, Latin American, Hungarian, Irish, and Central Asian. This has enabled WMI to be at the forefront of planning and presenting the finest ensembles from these countries.
WMI creates awareness and understanding of world cultures within NYC and beyond. WMI curates a full year of concerts at major NYC venues such as Carnegie Hall, City Center, Town Hall & Symphony Space. We have presented more than 1,500 concerts and events featuring artists from more than 100 countries including Africa, Asia, Oceania, Europe, the Americas and the Middle East and regional music from throughout North America.

Currently, about 25% of our income is earned in the form of ticket sales, 15% comes from government grants, 15% comes foundations, and 25% comes from Board and other donations. We believe a fertile model for funding going forward is to identify enthusiastic members and donors who would like to underwrite specific events.

Duties and Responsibilities
We are seeking a Director of Development who will be responsible for thinking afresh about fundraising to identify new sources of funding, as well as increase membership and donations over time. The successful candidate must be an entrepreneur, capable of working both independently and collaboratively within WMI. It will be the Director of Development’s responsibility to cultivate relationships with high net worth patrons; this person will likely bring along a network of his/her own, including potential Board members. Duties will include but will not be limited to the following:
• Manage and implement WMI’s fundraising activities
• Identify, cultivate, solicit and steward current and future donors, including corporations, foundations, individuals and government bodies
• Conceive of and coordinate special events
• Write and manage grant proposals and reports
WMI will be celebrating its 30th Anniversary in FY 2015, and the Director of Development will leverage this develop a sound, sustainable funding base. The position will report to the Executive Director of WMI.

Qualifications
The ideal candidate will have mastered the techniques of fundraising for top-level organizations. He/she will be a self-starter to achieve the organization’s fundraising goals. He/she must have excellent writing and communication skills, and while being aggressive, also exhibit a high sense of sophistication. This person would likely be multi-lingual. Most importantly, the successful candidate will be passionate about the institution and its mission, and will effortlessly transfer that passion to prospective donors. The successful candidate will have experience with government entities, capital campaign management, major gifts, annual giving and grant allocations from corporations and foundations. He/she will also possess the gravitas to mobilize the greater community in support of the institution. Outstanding personal and professional characteristics would include excellent people skills, ability to manage others, resourcefulness, and a strong work ethic.

Compensation
WMI offers a competitive salary, commensurate with experience, and will likely include and incentive-based bonus. Health benefits will be awarded.


Application Instructions
Application Instructions
Please send cover letter and resume by email to Cynthia@worldmusicinstitute.org with “Director of Development Position” in the subject line of the email

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Sunday, March 1, 2015 12:10 AM

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OrganizationCadogan Tate
Websitehttp://www.cadogantate.com
LocationSunnyside, NY
CountryUnited States
SectorArt Handling/Logistics
Position LevelExperienced (Non-Manager)
Education RequirementNone Specified
Position TypeFull Time Permanent


International Fine Art Shipping Company is looking to recriot qualified and creative Art Handlers with driving experience for an immediate start. The essential function of this role is to provide driving support as well as working on and off site handling furniture, antiques, art as required.

The successful candidates will have the following attributes:
- A minimum of 3 years experience as a driver in New York City
- An excellent knowledge of trucking routes in the city
- A knowledge of handling fragile and sensitive items
- A clean drivers license
- Ability to communicate fluently in written and spoken English
- Experience in art handling and installation
- Prior experience in packing / crating fragile items additionally would be a great help
- Ability to use initiative, organizational skills and attention to detail
- This is a manual labor role, with heavy lifting involved

This is a full time position, Monday through Friday. The company provides competitive hourly pay based on experience. The candidate must be able to provide proof of authorization to work in the U.S.

Application Instructions
Please email your resume to a.mosley@cadogantate.com. Due to the high volume of responses we receive, only candidates with relevant experience will be contacted for an interview

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Sunday, March 1, 2015 12:10 AM

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Katz Architecture is searching for an energetic, highly motivated professional with technical knowledge to be a Senior Project Leader at our firm. We desire to find a talented candidate who will thrive in our growing Chelsea boutique office.

Previous work in a smaller firm is desirable as are leadership, technical ability, field experience, design sensibility, and knowledge of how design is translated into the built project. This is a position for a proven self-started who does not want to be cornered into a specific type of architecture or project.

Candidates should possess the following:

- Professional degree in Architecture, Registered Architect desired
- 7 to 10 years’ professional experience (Residential / Institutional) in all phases of design
- Proven design ability in the areas of interior/exterior renovation and preservation

- Highly developed skills in client communications, construction administration, project scheduling, and consultant coordination
- Extensive experience in construction document preparation
- Strong knowledge of NYC building codes, zoning regulations, and accessibility requirements
- Ability to lead design teams, multitask and maintain schedules
- Friendly, outgoing personality with exemplary verbal and written communication
- Proficiency in AutoCAD
- Fluency in spoken and written English and a valid work status in the U.S.

Our firm offers a competitive and attractive salary package that includes enrollment in our profit-sharing and benefit program (health, dental, & vision).

Katz Architecture is a full service architectural office providing design, management and consulting services to a wide range of clients. Established in 2002, we are a small, but expanding team made up of enthusiastic, talented, creative individuals dedicated to innovative design and quality service.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, work samples and salary requirements with ‘Senior Project Manager” as the subject.

No phone calls or emails through our website please.

• Location: Manhattan, New York, New York


Posted: Sunday, March 1, 2015 12:10 AM

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DDG seeks a motivated self-started to join its team to design and build uniquely crafted buildings that make a significant contribution to the built environment.

Responsibilities

Work on all phases of DDG projects from conception through construction;
Prepare and review schematic studies for new acquisitions;
Serve on a team that develops coordinated 3D models and drawing sets from schematic design through construction documents;
Develop interior design and marketing ideas in support of sales and leasing programs; and
Research new and existing product types.
Qualifications

One to three years professional experience with a degree from an accredited institution;
A minimum of one year of experience with Revit in a professional setting;
Experience with Rhino, Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Suites is preferred; and
Experience with 3D printing, 3D file preparation and rendering is a plus.
Compensation

Compensation will be competitive and commensurate with experience; and
Full benefits will be provided.
Company Website

http://ddgpartners.com

Please send resume and portfolio (10mb max) to careers@ddgpartners.com, subject line: “Architect.”




• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Sunday, March 1, 2015 12:10 AM

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About Riverkeeper

Riverkeeper is New York's premier water quality advocate. This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic organization experiencing significant growth. Over the last four years the organizational budget has grown by 68 percent. The Development Services Manger will be an essential part of the Development team providing access to important donor information and essential tools to help us deepen relationships cultivate donors and grow into new constituencies as we build towards our 50th anniversary in 2016.

Position Summary

The Development Services Manager will be a pro-active, highly motivated and detail-oriented individual with the ability to work collaboratively with other members of the staff. He or she will report to the VP of Development and will be responsible for the Development Services function within Riverkeeper to advance the efforts to build a growing base of support. This position serves as the leader for gift processing, and information services including: data administration and management, reporting and information retrieval, biographical records maintenance, data analysis, and will partner with others across departments to build and implement a system to move donors and prospects through a cultivation process that works with all facets of development, membership, outreach and accounting.

Essential Functions

Requires a comprehensive understanding of the overall responsibilities of Development Services, which includes gift tracking, volunteer information, membership mailings, event tracking and prospect management.

This position will oversee and be responsible for database administration and documentation, report programming, gift and gift acknowledgement processing and biographical records maintenance, while monitoring the timeliness and efficiency of processing. Manages administrative functions required to facilitate in-house mailings, ongoing donor communication and records maintenance;

This role is an integral part of the Membership team and will work closely with the Membership Manager on strategy including list segmentation and giving analysis, as well as measuring and reviewing campaign performance to look for trends that could improve overall performance and efficiency of direct mail program. He or she will facilitate all in-house mailings including renewals, sustaining donors, outreach and event mailings and mini-appeals, ultimately working to systemize these mailings, ensure they are sent in a timely manner and adhere to the mailing schedule;

Collaborates with the Development and Outreach teams to create systems that aid in their efforts to identify, qualify, and move donors through the prospect pipeline, with the aim of increasing their contribution; oversees and gives input into developing this process;

Supervises all selections requested by the fundraising database users; runs complex lists, such as event invitation and attendee lists, mailing lists, membership lists and more;

Manages the relationship between the database and our online fundraising software. Responsibilities include running reports, pulling distribution lists, ensuring the programs are syncing properly, and imports and exports of data between the programs run smoothly.

Works with the Development team to implement an annual and long-term operational plan for the use of the database as a strategic tool;

Develops policy and procedures to define how the system will be used, and who requires access to which parts of the data, to support fundraising operations and ensure database security; trains users as appropriate;

Collaborates with the Finance office on gift and pledge reconciliation and reporting, particularly at fiscal year-end. Provides data and documentation needed for annual audit;

Monitors progress toward annual fundraising goals and disseminates comprehensive reports to Development staff;

Serves as liaison with the Information Technology representative on infrastructure and hardware issues to ensure ongoing satisfactory technical performance of the database system;

Manages relationships with EarthShare, iGive, matching gift opportunities, and other giving vehicles to maintain relationships, ensure applications are up-to-date, gifts are received in a timely manner and recorded properly;

Additional responsibilities as necessary.

Ideal Qualities and Characteristics

The ideal candidate will be a pro-active, detail-oriented, reliable and flexible individual with the ability to work collaboratively with other members of the staff and keep abreast on new technology advancements that could aid in our fundraising efforts and help us move forward. He or she will be innovative and entrepreneurial and must bring a level of excellence and best practices to the organization. The ability to meet deadlines, multi-task, troubleshoot software errors and work independently a must.

Additional qualifications include:

5 years+ of progressively responsible experience in database management and development services, ideally within a non-profit environment.

Advanced computer analysis skills, including the use of software to create documents, spreadsheets, timelines, and reports;

Demonstrated ability to manage complex support systems;

Familiarity and understanding of IRS regulations regarding tax issues and standards for reporting a must;

Technical experience with relational databases and reporting tools. Significant familiarity with programs such as DonorPerfect, Blackbaud Raisers Edge and similar programs a must;

Technical experience with email and marketing campaign programs such as Convio, Mailchimp, Constant Contact and others, and knowledge of best practices for using these programs in collaboration with the database, making sure the data is shared between them and communications are recorded appropriately;

Proficiency in the use of current Microsoft Office software applications;

Strong analytic and organizational skills; ability to manage projects and workflow, using time and resources effectively. Ability to handle various projects on an ongoing basis while addressing daily needs for the office;

Excellent communications skills, including the ability to translate the needs of the Development staff within the database, reports, analytics and other technical output;

Respect for donor confidentiality and privacy;

BA/BS or equivalent preferred.

Working Conditions

Requires availability beyond regular office hours for cultivation events on evenings and weekends.

Must be able to work in close quarters, in an open workspace.


To Apply: Please send a cover letter, salary history, writing sample and resume to Chloe Heintz at cheintz@riverkeeper.org with "Development Services Manager" as the subject line.

Submission deadline is March 1st. No phone calls please.

Riverkeeper is an equal opportunity employer and provides opportunities to all employees and applicants, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, and military status.

• Location: Westchester, 20 Secor Road, Ossining


Posted: Sunday, March 1, 2015 12:10 AM

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Salary: 110,000 - 150,000
Job Type: Permanent, Full time
Company: Linium Resources

Global IB seeking Liquidity/Risk professional to join new Risk unit, Liquidity Risk Control, in an exciting, diversified role. Exposure to Senior Management and multiple business lines and a globally aligned hierarchy, this person will buildout this newly created team, which is small yet highly skilled.

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This team is responsible for oversight over methodology development, limit setting and model validation, in addition to responsibility for internal liquidity risk reporting. LRC is an infrastructure function, directly reporting to the Chief Risk Officer. LRC is working closely with the Bank's Treasury – Liquidity Management function in Group Finance, which steers business activities and execute mitigating measures to manage liquidity risk in the Bank.

Responsibilities
The candidate taking this important role will be responsible for the oversight and validation of the Liquidity Management framework applied by Treasury. This will include the execution and documentation of a model validation process. In addition this function will be responsible for the ongoing review of internal risk reports to ensure consistency and compliance with the bank's risk tolerance. The position requires an experienced and confident individual who can challenge business decisions, and has the managerial experience to manage a small team. The incumbent will be expected to have a detailed understanding of industry practices and ideally have previous hands-on experience of 5+ years in managing liquidity risks.

The role will involve liaison with business and other risk management areas. The role does not have a specific daily reporting output; rather it involves constant exploration of liquidity risk management issues within the business functions allocated and leading projects. The position requires the successful applicant to be able to work independently without micro-management and deliver results in a timely manner.

Experience

• The successful candidate will have at least 5 years experience within a Treasury or a Liquidity Risk function of a universal or investment bank.
• Experience in audit/validation and documentation background.
• High aptitude with respect to topical issues in liquidity regulation such as Basel III and CRD IV.
• Ability and experience to organise and lead across different time zones and cultures.
• Excellent communication and presentation skills.
• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and demonstrated ability to work independently.
• Ability to interface with business units and senior stakeholders.

Phone: 646-664-4534
Email: elyce.murillo@linium.com

• Location: Brooklyn, New York, NY


Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 4:09 AM

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General Description:At Camp Yomawha young people build a sense of community, realize new passions and skills and foster identities rich in Jewish values, confidence and collaboration. We provide each camper with a safe, nurturing and exciting day, every day! The Assistant Director is expected to serve as the number 2 in charge of camp operations. They are there to offer support to the Camp Director and serve as a key member of the overall camp leadership team. They are expected to be the role model for the staff and as such we expect the Assistant Director to deliver the wow!

Job Responsibilities: Camp Yomawha Assistant Director's responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Attend, participate in and lead pre-camp staff training;
Be familiar with and abide by the personnel policies, safety rules, and program of camp;
Participate in and be punctual for all camp meetings, activities and special programs;
Keep records as required, including attendance records and summer medical logs.
Help prepare camp for opening and closing;
Responsible for being conscious of and protecting the health, safety, and welfare of all campers in any area or programs at camp;
Supervise and oversee the creation of the summer activity schedule
Work with the Director to create the summer program calendar including special events and trips.
Oversee the day to day program operations of camp specialty areas
Responsible for all supply ordering, including program supplies, food and kitchen supplies, medical supplies etc.
Model appropriate behavior to staff and campers;
Provide behavior management techniques and intervention for campers where necessary;
Lead trips out of camp;
Document any and all incidents to Camp Director;
Assist the Camp Director is evaluating the performance of each Unit Head, both formally and informally. Formally every two weeks with mid-summer and end of summer evaluations being of highest importance, and informally throughout;
Speak and listen to staff and campers in a manner that reflects respect for individuals;
Some duties may be reassigned and other duties may be assigned as required;

Minimum Qualifications


Must be college graduate;

Minimum of three years working in camp, or camp-like setting;

First Aid and CPR certification required;

Ability to teach skills to other staff members and campers of all ages;

Extremely flexible and ability to work with deadlines;

Much be energetic, enthusiastic and demonstrate and desire to go the extra mile;

How to apply

Please email resumes and cover letters to Adam Benmoise at abenmoise@ywashhts.org.

• Location: Manhattan, 54 Nagle Avenue


Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 4:09 AM

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OrganizationStaley-Wise Gallery
LocationNew York, NY
CountryUnited States
SectorGallery
Position LevelStudent
Education RequirementNone Specified
Position TypeInternship Unpaid


Staley-Wise gallery is looking for interns available to start immediately.

Gallery intern responsibilities include assisting all gallery staff members with the following:


- organizing and cataloging photographic inventory

- cataloging and updating database of digital images

- installing and taking down exhibitions

- packing and un-packing shipped items

- deliveries and pick-ups at galleries, photographers' studios, and labs


Interns can expect a wide variety of responsibilities on a day-to-day basis.

Individuals applying for an internship at Staley-Wise Gallery should be very computer literate, responsible, organized, and possess an interest in photography or gallery administration. A knowledgeable interest and appreciation of fashion and portraiture is a bonus.

Academic credit for the internship is not required, but is suggested.

The internship is unpaid, and the gallery is requesting a commitment of at least eight hours per week for a minimum three-month internship period.


Application Instructions
Please apply by email at george@staleywise.com. No phone calls.

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 4:09 AM

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MAJOR FIRM IN HEDGE FUND INDUSTRY IN NYC SEEKS SENIOR LINUX/REDHAT ENGINEER WITH STRONG SCRIPTING SKILLS

COMPENSATION UP TO 225KISH + PAID BENEFITS

We are currently looking for an innovative Systems Architect to join our Systems team. This is an exciting opportunity to work with an intelligent, committed and energetic group that is passionate about revolutionizing the way research and analysis is conducted in the alternative investment industry. The Systems team is a fast-paced and growing group that manages the infrastructure and datacenter needs of the firm. The role involves a variety of responsibilities in managing servers, networks, storage, security and tooling. The candidate will play an active part in the shaping and development of our product and internal infrastructure.

Responsibilities

Own production/development systems and datacenter architecture
Improve infrastructure and software through performance tuning of networking and SAN storage
Insure high availability across all production systems
Define and develop system reporting and infrastructure health monitoring
Develop and maintain configuration management solutions
Perform engineering, design, implementation and maintenance tasks
Maintain security updates and patches across all servers
Understand and use best practices for deployment processes and support
Install and maintain host software
Create tools to help teams both within DevOps and interdepartmentally
Document configuration procedures

Qualifications

4-8 years of experience in an System Architect or SysAdmin role, preferably within a startup organization that required diverse skillsets and creative problem solving
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field
Experience with Dell servers, EqualLogic SANs, Cisco and Dell networking
Strong technical foundation in virtualization technologies, specifically VMware
Excellent communication skills to work with both collaborative cross-functional team of peers and departments within the company (product, development, operations, etc.)
Mastery of automation tools and experience working in a DevOps culture; sharing responsibilities with developers
Experience running mission-critical Linux servers in virtualized environments
Understanding and familiarity of the fundamentals of Linux scripting languages
Ability to build, monitor and tune production servers and services
Experience with version control, specifically Git and GitHub

MUST BE STRONG WITH LINUX AND SCRIPTING SKILLS
Immediate interview/Hire

EMAIL RESUME TO: linda@sans.com (646)-219-9734


IT SANS Consulting Services, Inc.​
New York City, NY

• Location: Manhattan, New York City


Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 12:08 AM

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Design Specialists

Farmingdale, NY

Education : Bachelors Degree Experience : 60 Hours per Week : 40 Description : Radio Frequency Engineering. Resolve complex engineering problems in all phases of development. Analyses-research-design-development- fabricating & testing devices/systems. Require originality/ingenuity/theory.
Research & conduct studies on project-specifications & requirements.
Advanced-circuit-design concept & analysis.
Technical assistance/coordination to designers/staff.
Direct Engineering Aides/Technicians & Associate Engineers during bread-boarding/wiring/troubleshooting & testing.
Design wiring-layouts & schematics.
Designate tests to be performed & schedule test set-ups.
Audit performance-of-device during test & evaluate-results.
Technically assist in preparing spare-parts-lists/special-tools/test-equipment & engineering-data.
Specify purchasing of specialized-components & test-equipment.
May take part in field-tests.
Assist in preparing-bids & proposals.
Utilize PC-Computer-Aided-Engineering/CAE.
Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering/Equivalent. Advanced-degree a plus.Computer-Aided-Engineering/CAE required.Design/development/analyses & research of RF-electronic-devices/systems, i.e. microwave-systems/high-power-amplifiers & radar experience required.Supervision experience a plus.U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident a must.

Please send your resume in MS Word format or paste resume into email. dspec2000@aol.com

• Location: Queens


Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 12:08 AM

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RCI, a theatrical general management firm, is seeking interns to start immediately. Duties include reviewing contracts, drafting calendars, creating contact lists, research, drafting cover letters, assisting on opening nights and special events, general clerical work, and office support including answering telephones, filing and errands.

Ideal candidates should be upbeat, professional, efficient, and detail-oriented with excellent communication and computer skills.

Intern schedules are flexible between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. We are looking for an intern who is available immediately on Fridays, with additional days to be discussed. We are also looking for summer interns.

To apply, please send cover letter, resume, and contact info for 2 references to info@richardscliman.com. In the subject line, please include “Internship Application."

About RCI:
Richards/Climan, Inc. (RCI) is a Theatrical General Management firm founded in 1997 by David R. Richards and Tamar Haimes (formerly Tamar Climan). Recent credits include: Terrence McNally’s It’s Only A Play starring Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane; James Earl Jones in You Can’t Take It With You; Bryan Cranston as LBJ in All The Way (Winner of the 2014 Tony Award for Best Play); Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Broadway and National Tour); Mothers and Sons by Terrance McNally, starring Tyne Daly; Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill starring Audra McDonald (Winner of the 2014 Tony Award for Best Lead Actress in a Play); Bullets Over Broadway written by Woody Allen, directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman (Nominated for six Tony Awards); and the National Tour of The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess. Upcoming: The Visit.

http://richardscliman.com/

• Location: Manhattan, 165 West 46th Street #704


Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 12:08 AM

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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.

Responsibilities:

 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

Requirements:
 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: www.forwomen.org

To apply for the position, please submit a detailed cover letter and current resume to: abradford@ms.foundation.org 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: Saturday, February 28, 2015 12:08 AM

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Organizationchashama
Websitehttp://www.chashama.org
LocationNew York City, NY
CountryUnited States
SectorFine Arts
Position LevelStudent
Education Requirement4-Year Degree
Position TypeInternship Unpaid
Application Deadline01/23/2015
Description
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 caroline@chashama.org with Subject: Arts Programming Intern Application

• Location: Manhattan


Posted: Saturday, February 28, 2015 12:08 AM

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OrganizationThe Art Studio NY LLC
Websitehttp://www.TheArtStudioNY.com
LocationNew York, NY
CountryUnited States
SectorFine Arts
Position LevelExperienced (Non-Manager)
Education RequirementNone Specified
Position TypePart Time Permanent
Application Deadline02/01/2015

ART STUDIO COORDINATOR – SALES & OUTREACH
Position (15 – 20 hours per week)
THE ART STUDIO NY LLC
www.TheArtStudioNY.com

POSITION SUMMARY
Seeking an energetic, highly organized, positive and hard-working person with a warm “people person” personality to contribute to our growing creative business, The Art Studio NY. We are a fast-paced environment that requires high standards of professionalism. Seeking a long-term candidate for our growing, thriving creative business.

Responsible for customer outreach and follow-up sales initiatives, including phone calls and emails, within a multi-faceted team that promotes art classes, creative experiences, private art events, corporate team building events, and artistic self-expression for ages 2-102. Oversee and implement strategic initiatives that drive sales, improve class capacity, and fill available open time slots on weekdays, weekends and holidays.

In addition, this position provides support to Studio Coordinators, including back fill for vacation and scheduled days off. This is a wide ranging and stimulating role which covers the full mix of daily “behind the scenes” art studio operations including but not limited to administrative duties, customer service, client communication, sales, client follow-up, event planning, art studio prep and special projects.


AVAILABILITY AND HOURS
HOURS: M-F, Flexible Hours – some evenings and weekends required.
SKILLS AND REQUIREMENTS
-Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
-Demonstrated ability to multi-task and prioritize with time management skills
-Strong follow-up/follow-through skills with attention to detail
-Strong written and spoken communication via computer, phone and in person
-Strong analytical skills
-Knowledge of technology including e-mail, Word, Excel, Google Analytics, and Databases
-Able to work closely with a team as well as independently
-Self-motivated
-Interested in a long term opportunity with a growing organization

COMPENSATION
Please submit your compensation requirements. Hourly fee ranges based on experience, average range is $12-15/hour.



Application Instructions
COMPENSATION
Please submit your compensation requirements. Hourly fee ranges based on experience, average range is $12-15/hour.

PLEASE, NO CALLS!
Please email the following:
Resume
Cover letter of why you are a perfect fit for this position
Compensation requirements
Email to: theartstudionyllc@gmail.com

• Location: Manhattan

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