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Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 7:09 AM



Toll International LLC (, a leading full service schedule controls firm located in New York, is looking for a Lead CPM Scheduling Consultant. This position reports directly to the Principal In Charge. The role requires the consultant to work directly with clients on matters related to critical path method scheduling including but not limited to preparing baseline and recovery schedules in Primavera P6, reviewing and updating monthly progress, analyzing contractor submittals and preparing time impact analysis reports. The consultant will assist with the evaluation of schedule risk. Successful candidates should be able to communicate clearly, deliver presentations and able to properly write schedule narratives and revise technical manuals. Attendance to a monthly staff meeting is required.


To qualify for this position, you should have experience as a project scheduler in large civil projects and understand earned value management methodologies as applied by regional public agencies in the Greater New York area.

Toll is an equal opportunity employer and you should work well in a diverse environment. At times, the engagements will be extensive and complex in nature. Our projects are very large and the job requires you to stay calm under pressure.

Be prepared to show excellent manners and professional behavior from day one. Candidates with exceptional oral and written communication skills will be give preference.


Base Pay $30.00 - $55.00 /Hour
Other Pay Paid time off and benefits subsidy after 6 months
Employment Type Full-Time
Job Type Consultant
Education 4 Year Degree
Experience 3 to greater than 15 years
Manages Others Yes
Relocation No
Industry Construction
Required Travel Negligible

• Location: Queens, New York, NY

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


OrganizationGreenwich House Pottery
LocationNew York, NY
CountryUnited States
Position LevelEntry Level
Education Requirement4-Year Degree
Position TypePart Time Permanent

Primary Function: The Student Liaison position is a part-time job that facilitates educational and administrative needs. This includes general reception duties, measuring student work, basic bookkeeping duties as primary contact person regarding revenue collecting for program services, handling general telephone
inquiries and registering students for classes.


• BFA or equivalent.
• Basic knowledge of and/or interest in ceramics
• Minimum of two years full-time related professional experience
• Excellent social skills
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Must be a self-starter and able to establish priorities when presented with multiple tasks.
• Excellent organizational skills
• Willing to modify plans and behavior when necessary to meet a goal.
• Must be a self-starter, working well without close supervision.
• Must achieve goals beyond minimal levels of performance.
• Must be able to establish priorities and a course of action for handling multiple tasks.
• Knowledge of community based arts education programs
• Ability to interface with a diverse student body, faculty and staff
• Excellent computer skills
• Fluent in English

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Work directly with Education Coordinator and Director/Assistant Director
• Attend all required meetings
• Open/close building daily
• General reception duties including phone and email message retrieval, responding to general inquiries both by phone and email, tool sales, locker assignments, respond to student inquiries, etc.
• Daily pickup & delivery of inter-office mail at 27 Barrow Street
• Register students for all programs including classes, lectures, workshops, etc.
• Measure student work and collect firing fees
• Assist with and complete special administrative projects as assigned such as proof reading, etc.
• Monitor and manage payment plans
• Library maintenance
• Email list update and upkeep
• Assist with preparations for special events
• Assist with volunteer coordination for special events
• Maintain correct signage in designated locations through out the building
• Create and update class rosters
• Understand, communicate and enforce studio policies and procedures
• Maintain a clean, orderly and professional reception office
• Maintain tool sales inventory and prepare tool orders
• Assist with and conduct Gallery sales as needed

Application Instructions
Please email resume and letter of intent to Jenni Lukasiewicz at

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


LocationBrooklyn, NY
CountryUnited States
Position LevelManager/Supervisor
Education Requirement4-Year Degree
Position TypeFull Time Permanent

Groundswell, New York City’s leading organization dedicated to using public art to transform the lives of youth and their community, seeks a Manager of Individual Giving & Special Events.

Groundswell’s unique social change model engages youth in social and personal transformation, beautifies neighborhoods, and gives expression to ideas and perspectives that are underrepresented in the public dialogue. Groundswell works with eight hundred low income youth, fifty community organizations, and twenty artists each year. Groundswell’s current annual budget is $1.6 million, with approximately $1.3 million coming from contributed sources. As Groundswell approaches its 20th anniversary, it is looking to significantly grow its reach and impact. The Manager of Individual Giving & Special Events will play an important role in this effort.

The position reports to the Deputy Director and will form a three-person department which includes a Manager of Institutional Giving and a Development Associate.



• Manage and grow a fundraising portfolio which includes:
o Groundswell’s major fall art auction benefit.
o Board and major donor giving.
o Scholarship and other seasonal fundraising campaigns.
o Miscellaneous individual support.

• Develop sponsorship proposals for benefit and scholarship campaigns.

• Prepare donor and prospect correspondence and acknowledgements.

• Oversee prospect research.

• Manage Groundswell’s development systems including database and files.


• Maintain and grow Groundswell’s brand presence across multiple platforms.

• Co-manage website and social-media activities.

• Develop promotional collateral and materials including e-blasts, annual report, and donor materials.

• Serve as leading champion and ambassador for Groundswell’s programs, mission, history, and growth.


• 5-year+ track record managing special events and fundraising from individuals and corporations.
• Understanding of New York City’s and the nation’s charitable world.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Conversant in web applications, databases, and social media; Adobe Creative Suite, a plus
• Extremely detail oriented and diligent.
• Personable, engaging, and excellent team player.
• Highly motivated and entrepreneurial.
• Deep belief in social justice and equity.
• Ready to learn, grow, and transform.

*Competitive compensation and benefits available.

Application Instructions
To apply, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

No faxes, phone calls or in-person deliveries, please. We regret that we cannot respond to every application; only potential candidates will be contacted.

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


General Manager for The Secret City

The Secret City is an on-going performance gathering for people who believe in the arts. Part ceremony, part salon, part tent revival, each gathering has a different theme and features an ever-changing roster of artists and performers sharing work relating to the theme.

Each event has a visual art component, food offering, live music, guest performances, storytelling, community interaction, silent meditation, The Secret City Singers, special outfits and JOY, which is central to the mission of The Secret City.

Preferred candidates will have management experience preferably working in the arts, arts administration, or a related field. The successful candidate will have an appreciation for the mission of THE SECRET CITY.
Proficient in Microsoft office, (excel, word) Experience with word press, Photoshop and online bookkeeping software a plus.

Responsibilities Include:
• day-to-day administrative functions of the company including monitoring production schedules and daily email communication.
• Oversee financial management of the company including working with bookkeeper and accountant to monitor chart of accounts and payroll.
• With Artistic Director, coordinate external and internal communications including maintenance of mailing list, website and social media accounts.
• As well as communication with Board, Deacons, volunteers, donors, other staff, contractors and artists.
• Maintain company calendars including production, funding and communications activities.
• Maintain company records including 501c3, EIN, and organizational memberships.
• With Artistic Director and Board, monitor and research funding opportunities and support process of developing proposals and funding requests.

$500.00 monthly stipend
Position open until filled
Send resume, cover letter and references to

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


The Young Adult Borough Center (YABC) is an academic program serving 250 over-age, under-credited youth who wish to earn credits toward a high school diploma by taking intensive afternoon and evening classes up to four times per week. The YABC program is a collaborative effort between the New York City Department of Education and New York Center for Interpersonal Development (NYCID). City-wide YABC's are designed specifically to serve the needs of young adults age 17+ who have been in high school for at least four years and have only earned 17 or more credits toward graduation but are committed to earning a high school diploma. Students attend the YABC program instead of, not in addition to, traditional day school. Attending classes in the evening is a preferable option for these students as they often have adult responsibilities and many students at YABC have faced obstacles to progressing in traditional high school settings. Students graduate with a diploma from their sending school after they have completed and passed all of the course work and examinations required by the State.

NYCID complements the academic component of the YABC program by providing an array of youth development
supports, personal development and life skills management services for students, including but not limited to: outreach
and student recruitment, orientation and engagement, individual and family counseling and referrals, case management,
extracurricular activities, youth leadership development, academic support and tutoring, college exploration and
advisement, preparation for employment, employment internships and support and guidance toward planning for
meaningful post secondary experiences.

General Summary:

Under the direct supervision of the director of the Young Adult Borough Center, the Assistant Director acts in the capacity of a case manager, responsible for a caseload of approximately fifty students. Students must be met
with at least twice monthly. The advocate's role is to gain a rapport and establish a supportive relationship with each student. Acting as both mentor and guide, the advocate is responsible for assisting students in assessing
their current skills and knowledge; creating long and short term goals and then assisting in strategizing a plan to achieve those goals. The advocate must also be able to identify issues that are obstacles to the student achieving success and provide assistance in resolving and/or minimizing the impact of the identified issues. As Assistant Director the expectation is to provide support to the all personal advocates during counseling sessions that require more intensive coaching and/or a deeper clinical insight. Further, the assistant director will supervise staff and oversee program initiatives including being the sole liaison to the Department of Education Administrative staff when the YABC director is off site. The assistant director will also support the director in
the development, planning and implementation of all programs and ensure that the YABC program is in conformance with personnel policy and procedures set forth by the NYCID and the Department of Education.

Minimum Qualifications:

Candidate must possess a MSW and (2) years experience providing counseling to at-risk students or related population. Candidate must be fingerprinted and approved by NYC Department of Education. ($130 fee for fingerprinting is initially covered by the candidate and will be reimbursed should the candidate be selected and hired.)


Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
 Advising all personal advocates and key staff on student matters needing more clinical insight
 Supervising YABC staff and activities when director is off site
 Providing counseling and advocacy to support and motivate program participants
 Communicating with Department of Education Administration
 Maintaining on-going communication with parents of participants to include home visits when longterm
absences occur
 Monitoring student attendance and evaluating performance (i.e. reviewing report cards)
 Facilitating workshops in program areas such as real-life skills, conflict resolution, mediation,
leadership, community service and youth employment
 Conducting outreach in an effort to recruit youth between the ages of 17-21 into the program
 Being an ambassador for NYCID to include developing and leading trainings, helping to find and
nurture stakeholders, assisting in fund-raising activities and embodying core values to strengthen
relationships and build community
 Meeting daily with immediate supervisor
 Attending and leading staff meetings
 Maintaining monthly case files and Individual Service Strategies
 Preparing necessary reports in a timely manner
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
 Advanced ability to plan, develop and coordinate multiple projects and to direct projects when necessary
 Be able to exhibit motivation, compassion, and patience everyday towards, students, parents, and staff
 Strong supervisory skills and a first rate ability to foster cooperative work environment
 Strong organizational skills: the ability to work accurately with a great amount of detail
 Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
 Knowledge of conflict resolution and/or mediation practices
 Knowledge of best management principals and procedures
 Effective verbal and written communication skills
 Capacity to do field work with students to include traveling to parks, museums and other public places
 Ability to develop, plan and implement short and long-range professional goals
 Ability to maintain the highest degree of confidentiality, integrity and professionalism
 Understanding of respective roles of NYCID Staff, NYC Department of Education, volunteers and the
general agency constituency
 Demonstrated high proficiency in operating standard office equipment and Microsoft Office applications
 Ability to continuously stand or walk.
 Ability to bend, squat, climb stairs and lift frequently
 Ability to lift up to 40 pounds occasionally.

How to apply

Please contact Michael De Vito, Jr., CBO Program Director at

• Location: Staten Island, 130 Stuyvesant Place, 5th Floor

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


We are seeking temporary staff with a good knowledge of contemporary art to fill the following roles at this year’s Frieze New York.

Cloakroom staff/Runners: applicants should be enthusiastic, have the ability to work well under pressure, excellent team-work skills and a good sense of humor. Some positions require staff for additional dates both pre and post art fair and involve some manual handling.

Distribution staff: applicants should be dynamic, enthusiastic and reliable. These positions require staff for additional dates both pre and post art fair and involve a high degree of manual handling. We are also seeking an experienced Distribution Manager to manage the rest of the team and coordinate all deliveries on-site.

Exhibitor assistants: applicants should have good interpersonal skills, be computer literate and have excellent knowledge of contemporary art. A previous visit to Frieze Art Fair is desirable.

Frieze Projects staff: applicants should be knowledgeable about contemporary art and have an interest in engaging directly with the public. Invigilating and project experience desirable. Please indicate in your application which Project or Projects you find particularly interesting.

Office and phone assistants: applicants should be quick-thinking, resourceful, react well under pressure and have very good communications skills.

Pass administrators: applicants should be IT literate and comfortable using databases. Good people management skills and experience working with the public and/or contractors in a very fast paced environment are essential.

PR/Press staff: applicants should be personable, patient, and have strong people management skills. Prior PR or events experience desirable, as is an interest in contemporary art. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite would be helpful.

Sales staff: applicants should be personable and friendly, and have previous sales / retail experience as well as knowledge of all frieze publications. A previous visit to Frieze Art Fair is desirable.

Transport Assistants: applicants should be personable, patient and outgoing. These positions are based at the ferry terminal and the Frieze bus stop, and involve managing crowds, answering customer inquiries, checking credentials and assisting the Transportation Captain. (A driver's license is not required.)

VIP assistants/hospitality staff: applicants should have a working knowledge of artists and collectors in the contemporary art world. They should have experience of working with VIPs in a fast moving environment, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to cope under pressure. Please include examples of events/people you have worked with to support your CV.

How to apply:
Please email a one page resume and a cover letter outlining your experience, which position you would like to be considered for and why you are interested in working for Frieze, to:, attn: Julia Simpson.

Please specify the position for which you are applying in the subject line of your email. If you are interested in applying for more than one position please send in one application and specify all the positions you are interested in, in the subject line. If you are interested in working at the fair in a general capacity but are not certain which department would be the best fit, you can write “General Application” in the subject line of your email.

All applicants should be available between May 11 and May 17; please note that some positions involve training prior to the fair.

All applicants should have a valid US Social Security number and the right to work in the US.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


The Position:

The job of Operations Manager was established for the purpose/s of planning, implementing and maintaining a program of workflows and processes for the Understood team, which conforms to the program's vision and goals. This role works closely with the Director of Strategy and Operations to ensure the execution of strategic processes and reporting.

Key Responsibilities:

Facilitates implementation of strategic processes for team operations on Understood
Engenders commitment to strategic plans in full Understood team
Serves as a project management consultant for Understood team
Manages the calendar of training for the full Understood team
Manages shared project management and file sharing systems for the full Understood team
Facilitates execution and tracking of all employee review tools related to performance and development
Facilitates execution and tracking of all budget review processes and reports for the team
Manages the collection and distribution of success metrics to the team to underscore and drive strategic workflows
Manages the agenda for full team meetings
Assists the Director of Strategy & Operations in the implementation of new initiatives

The Person: Required Experience and Qualifications:

5+ years professional experience in a project management position for a foundation, campaign organization, government entity or similar organization
Knowledge and understanding of the non-profit sector
Proven success around implementing team workflows and processes
Strong project management skills and meticulous attention to detail
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
A team player who works well with others at varying levels of seniority within (and outside of) NCLD and Poses Family Foundation
Passion for helping those with learning and attention issues
Excellent knowledge and skills with Microsoft Office suite a must
Experienced with various project management tools (Jira, Sharepoint, Sprout, Asana, etc.) with a proven interest to find the most efficient management system for a project
Strong technical interest and knowledge a plus

How to apply

Please send cover letter and resume to Samara Naeymi:

• Location: Manhattan, 32 Laight Street

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


Founded in 1980, the Mark Morris Dance Group is an 18 member dance company headquartered at the Mark Morris Dance Center in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. The company has tour engagements domestically and internationally throughout the year and tours exclusively with live music. The Mark Morris Dance Center, opened in September 2001, is home to the Mark Morris Dance Group, The School, a Studio Rental program and Wellness Center. The Mark Morris Dance Group (MMDG) seeks candidates interested in learning about Arts Administration. Summer internships are available in six areas of concentration: Company and General Management, Development, Education, Marketing, Finance & Business Administration, and Operations.

While the internship is based within one department, participants will get a broad view of the overall workings of the company through involvement with various special projects and events. Interns will gain in-depth experience and will learn how various departments work together to achieve the organization’s goals. Interns will also gain nonprofit administrative experience which can include: basic budgeting, project management, business writing, customer service, and introductory database training.

Internships are hosted year-round. Beginning/End dates will be mutually agreed upon on an individual basis. A commitment of 12-20 hours a week for 12-18 weeks is required (may vary by department).

Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, the following:

Company and General Management

Assist Company Manager with coordinating all travel and tour logistics for company, MMDG Music Ensemble and guest artists as well as creating company tour books with detailed schedules and area information
Provide support to the General Manager in contracting Music Ensemble members, guest artists and supplemental dancers
Provide administrative assistance to General Manager, Executive Director and Executive Assistant
Must be able to commit a minimum 20 hours a week / 3 days at 6-8 hours/day
Ability to read music is a plus but not required
Ideal candidates are in their 3rd year of college or a graduate student


*Candidates must submit writing sample along with their intern application.

Research funding opportunities from current and prospective donors using online databases including Wealth Engine and Foundation Center Online
Work with Development Associates to process membership gifts in Raiser’s Edge, generate acknowledgement letters, and update membership records
Assist with planning and execution of member events including building tours, receptions, and MMDG Open House, among others
Oversee and maintain department filing
Organize and maintain accurate records for files in Raiser’s Edge
Provide administrative assistance to the Development Director and Development Associates


*Internship will take place July – November 2015

Assist Education, Programs Administrator and School Director with database management and reporting as well maintenance of teacher and musician rosters and folders
Support the day-to-day management of Summer Programs both on and off-site
Work alongside Director of Education on master classes and outreach programs
Assist with inquiries about The School’s programming
Provide support to faculty, musicians, and Teaching Assistants as needed
Staff Education events both on and off-site as needed

Finance and Business Administration

Focus on The School, Wellness Center and Dance Center Operations
Assist with annual Audit preparation (summer) and assist with year-end reporting (fall)
Assist with HR administration and maintaining employee records
Assist with budgeting and cash flow management
Provide administrative assistance to Finance Associate, Finance Manager and Chief Financial Officer

Marketing |Graphic Design

*Candidates must submit a work sample along with their intern application demonstrating experience in graphic/web design, video or photo editing, or related skills. Marketing internship areas can overlap.

Generate and maintain marketing collateral for print and web - including brochures, calendars, postcards, press kits, banner ads, etc.
Create engaging content for social media marketing
Design and send emails
Update and maintain the MMDG website, and work on recently launched new website
Design candidates must be proficient with the Adobe Creative Suite of tools (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, etc.), Microsoft applications, Google apps, and basic website content management systems

Marketing |Multi-Media Journalism

*Candidates must submit a work sample along with their intern application demonstrating experience in graphic/web design, video or photo editing, or related skills. Marketing internship areas can overlap.

Create interesting and relevant content for use on MMDG’s tumblr, website, and other social media outlets - including written articles, photos, and video
Research potential stories and pitch ideas to the marketing team
Assist with press outreach on local blogs, industry partners, etc.
Journalism candidates must be highly resourceful and creative, and possess excellent writing skills
Experience in video editing and production is needed, along with an awareness of digital marketing / social media outlets


Work with the Operations Department; emphasis on Special Events, Rental Program, Work/Study Program, and Wellness Center
Work with Events Manager on event rentals at MMDG. Flexible schedule is a must
Assist Office & Rentals Manager in accounting reconciliation, database management, reporting and filing of rental materials
Work with Open House production team to produce MMDG’s annual Open House on September 12th, 2015
Provide administrative assistance to Operations Department

Superb attention to detail and time management skills
Responsible, reliable and efficient
Excellent writing and verbal communication skills (English)
Proficiency with MS Word, MS excel and general internet proficiency
Background in dance, music, theater or performing arts is preferred

The following is required as part of your application submission:

Resume including education and work experience
Cover letter detailing what you would like to gain from your internship, how you would contribute to the efforts of MMDG and your availability
One recommendation letter
Three references (no family members please)

Application Guidelines:

Indicate Internship-(your choice department) on the subject line of email or in body of cover letter
Clearly title each attachment: Full Name – Document ie. ‘Mark Morris – Letter of Reference’
Applications in electronic format preferred, and accepted at
Mailed applications may be sent to: Human Resources – Intern Coordinator, Mark Morris Dance Group, 3 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 11217
Please contact with any questions
MMDG intern selections will be finalized by May 23, 2015

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


Job Description: Executive Director

The Executive Director will oversee all aspects of SHE, including:


Review existing 5 year scale strategy and alter (if need be based on current milestones and environment);
Determine steps to execute (operational, human resource, financial requirements)
Get Board/team buy in
Execute on 5 year plan with measurable progress against quarterly and annual targets

Capital raising

Determine capital needs based on updated strategy
Ultimately responsible for raising funds by utilizing existing partnerships and developing new ones (individual, institutional, Board)
* Individual-driven: catalyzing major gifts (50K+ range)
* Institutional: catalyzing $100K+ large multi-year gifts
* Board: facilitate significant board involvement in raising capital
* Request for proposals: oversee grant proposal writing and reporting in the 100K+ range
Oversee all stewardship of all major capital coming in through in-person meetings and/or reports
Ensure SHE Rwanda is meeting sales targets; work with CEO and Board on other diversified earned income streams

Management (Operations, Finance, Organizational Development, Human Resources)

Ensure Rwandan operations are fulfilling investor milestones
Oversee sharing of best practices globally based on 5 year strategy
Work with vendors to follow all financial reporting required by investors as well as US government (including 990 and CHAR filings, audit)
Work with vendors and COO Global and Head of Operations Rwanda to make sure all policies and processes are in place for smooth operations
Make recommendations on hiring decisions in US and confer with Heads of Operations Rwanda on HR decisions in Rwanda

Board Relations

Prepare materials for quarterly Board meetings, updating board on operations, strategy, etc
Work with Board Chair to recruit potential new Board members and/or advisors who would accelerate our progress


Lead with integrity, passion, and determination and inspire the staff and international community
Advocate for SHE externally. The Executive Director would represent SHE and/or tap certain staff to represent SHE in national and/or international meetings, communicating our mission to increase our reach and impact.


We are looking for outstanding candidates who fit the following criteria:

Track record: At least five years of senior management experience in a growing, global organization preferred
Business savvy: Have been responsible for a P&L (preferably $1M+) and built and managed teams that successfully executed on a strategic plan for impact and scale.
Must be experienced in building financial models that will drive key parts of the strategy.
Capital raising: Proven track record of raising venture philanthropic capital (via individuals, institutions—large foundations, corporations, etc) and/or creative new structures
Extensive network, including relationships with potential large funders and/or strategic partners
Exceptional communications skills
Can-do positive attitude (we did figure out how to make sanitary pads out of banana trees—not easy!) and initiative
Bachelor degree required, advanced degree preferred
Strong background in international economic development and/or social entrepreneurship preferred, but open to highly-skilled unique leaders
Language: English required. French is a plus

Job Location: Preferably NYC with up to 50% travel, nationally and internationally

 minimum: 2+ years commitment, full-time job.

Preferred Start Date: June 2015

Compensation: Competitive with performance-driven bonuses and raises

To Apply:

Please send cover letter and CV to as late as May 5, 2015 (this is rolling though, so the earlier the better) and let us know why you would be the best person for the job today!

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


The successful candidate must possess the following skills:

2-3 years experience with an architectural degree from an accredited university
Strong graphic, written, and verbal communication skills
Proficiency with drafting programs, Adobe Suite, Rhino, Sketch-up, ability to work with VectorWorks a plus. Hand-drafting skills appreciated
Ability to show good judgment and common sense
Ability to readily ask questions, execute work quickly, and take initiative to learn new skills
Ability to listen and take direction
Ability to work well with others and contribute to a positive team environment
CWB Architects is an architecture, preservation and interior design firm located in Brooklyn’s DUMBO historic waterfront district. Our collaborative team of 27 designs row houses, apartments, lofts, and country houses, as well as office and retail locations and select small-scale institutional spaces.

We rely on our substantial practical experience and utilitarian sensibilities when developing design solutions. Our primary objective is to identify elegant and buildable solutions for design problems. We consider a consistent open dialog with the client an important and ongoing part of the process.

We place a high priority on educating our staff and support employee IDP programs and educational development. To this end, employees experience all aspects of a project from schematic design to on-site contract administration duties.

Candidates should like dogs and snacks.

Please send a CV and work samples to Attachments should be no larger than 10 MB.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


We are looking for a creative and dynamic structural engineer to join our studio. As a structural engineering consulting firm, Craft distinguishes itself through its approach to design and construction. Our clients range from architects and artists to fabricators and developers. We seek to engage with our clients and create an atmosphere of mutual inspiration.

The ideal candidate is required to have an advanced degree and a minimum of five years of work experience in structural engineering as well as a background and a passion for architecture. He or she must be fluent in structural analysis, drafting and detailing with strong capabilities in Building Information Modeling, parametric modeling, form finding and scripting. He or she would be expected to work efficiently and effectively in AutoCad, Revit, Rhino, Robot Structural System, Solidworks and Grasshopper in addition to having a desire to explore other software and tools necessary for collaborative design. The ideal candidate has strong people skills and the ability to maintain creative and collaborative working relationships with clients as well as within the office.

Only candidates whose background matches the requirements described above will be considered. Please send your CV and Work Samples to

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


Catholic Charities Community Services, Immigration Legal Services (CCCS)

CCCS is looking for first or second-year law students to join the our immigration legal team as interns for academic year 2015 and summer 2016. Interns must be dynamic self-starters with strong research and writing skills and a commitment to the Catholic Charities' mission. Intern projects may include:

- Legal and factual research to help draft briefs, memos, and letters regarding a wide variety of immigration matters including asylum, Special Immigrant Juvenile Visas, President Obama's Executive Action, right to counsel, and defense from deportation;

- Meeting with clients to draft affidavits and forms for use in asylum and deportation defense cases as well as family-based immigration petitions;

- Attending and assisting in the preparation of Immigration and Family Court hearings;

- Monitoring and analyzing immigration decisions and policy releases; and

- Legal research and brief writing.

CCCS provides direct representation to immigrants filing affirmative applications for relief and family reunification and provides representation for adults and children in deportation proceedings. The agency is staffed by experienced lawyers and paralegals who actively advocate for immigrants in their pursuit of lawful status.

How to apply

For more information about the Catholic Charities, please see

Please e-mail your resume, cover letter, and a writing sample to: Staci Bruce, E-mail:

We will be reviewing applications on an ongoing basis. Experience with immigration law and/or legislative and policy research is helpful.

• Location: Manhattan, 1011 First Avenue

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


Boomerang Theatre Company (Tim Errickson, Artistic Dir; Sue Abbott, Managing Dir) is seeking an Assistant Stage Manager to join the team for LICKSPITTLES, BUTTONHOLERS AND DAMNED PERNICIOUS GO-BETWEENS by Johnna Adams (John Hurley, Dir). ASM would join rehearsals underway in midtown NYC asap. Performances begin May 1st, running thru May 17th at Teatro Circulo Mainstage, 64 E 4th Street NYC.

Responsibilities include props management, taking blocking, line notes and overseeing pre-sets.

Please send materials to Stipend available.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


FAI Design Group is an Award Winning Brand Design Agency based in Irvington, New York.

We are offering an exciting opportunity to join a established organization with many high profile clients. The ideal candidate should balance a passion for design and out-of-the-box thinking with detail-oriented, organizational skills.

You will be part of a highly creative team. Our clients span a wide spectrum of consumer brands and retailers - the ideal candidate will enjoy a variety of creative challenges and a broad range of projects.

Experience & Skill Set Requirements
Minimum 5 years of experience as a Designer responsible for Brands Development, including Private Label, Licensed & Home Brands, Food & Beverage & Health & Beauty.

This includes creating Strategic Consumer Branding, Package Design, Retail Signage & Environments.

- Highly creative and seasoned design abilities
- Experienced in strategic and conceptual work for new products and brand redesigns
- Expert level proficiency in MAC environment, including Illustrator and Photoshop
- Excellent sense of color and type, illustration skills
- Contributes to client relationships
- Understanding of production process
- Knowledge of Web design a bonus
- Undergraduate college degree required

Job Responsibility
- Reports directly to Design Director
- Regular review of the competitor field and market dynamics
- Develop targeted design solutions that meet and exceed client objectives
- Experience working with illustrators, photographers and stylists
- Excel at a variety of stages in the design process, including design exploration, revisions and finalization
- Strategic thought process a must
- Work closely with the Design Director, Creative Director, Account Executives, Design and Production team
- Manage and interface with freelancers

Personal Profile
We are interested in individuals who contribute toward a team approach and work well in collaborative environment. They must be comfortable attacking the more challenging projects and assisting on all assignments big and small. Specifically, we identify the ideal candidates as possessing the following traits.

- Highly creative, motivated team player with excellent, versatile problem solving skills
- Strong leadership qualities to inspire and motivate the team during the design process
- Easy disposition, dedicated, strong work ethic, personable
- Work effectively in team environment and manage pressure well to maintain a focus on the job at hand
- Flexible to meet client driven deadlines

Please include resume, samples of design work, illustrations abilities, and starting salary requirements at time of submission.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


Noble Desktop seeks UX professionals who are passionate about sharing their knowledge with others. We are looking for UX designers to teach and produce new short-form classes that focus on using tools to perform core UX techniques like diagramming, wireframing, and prototyping. The ideal candidate is someone looking to share his or her mastery in one or more of the following applications:


If there is a tool that is crucial to your UX process that is not on our list, please suggest it. Perhaps you can build and teach a class that will help the next generation of UX Designers.

About Noble
Noble Desktop teaches people how to build websites, make apps, and create digital content. We offer comprehensive day, evening, and weekend classes as well as certificate programs in web design, web development, and user experience design. Our curricula and workbooks are used by colleges and schools worldwide.

Please check out our website at:

If you are interested, send an intro and resume via email. No phone calls please. Thanks!

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM



Juris Doctor

Full time for Broooklyn Law Office.

Experienced required.

Call 718-339-3330

or email

• Location: Brooklyn

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


West Caldwell Calibration Labs Inc

Victor, NY 14564

Test Engineer wanted for a Calibration Facility

to take over the position of the Technical Manager.

Sound Knowledge of Sound And Vibration a plus.

Experience with Sound And Vibration Instrumentation will be helpful.

Must be willing to move.

Contact info :

Felix Christopher

West Caldwell Calibration Labs. Inc.

1575 State Route 96

Victor NY 14564

E-mail :

Phone :585 586 3900

Fax : 585 586- 4327

• Location: Other

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


Design-Build firm is currently looking for a well-rounded designer who can handle projects on an hourly or freelance basis.

We specialize in high-end residential projects in Landmarks areas.

Candidates should be able to take on projects independently to develop drawing sets from schematics through to construction documents. This individual should also be able to work as part of a team.

The ideal candidate should have hands-on experience working with clients, vendors and constructors.


Proficiency in Vectorworks (Mac) is a must
6 years experience in Architectural Design
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

Architectural detailing
Design work on all project phases from schematics through construction administration
Prepare drawings for design meetings, DOB submissions of construction documents with minimal supervision
Research, specify, order and track fixtures and finishes
Attend client meetings

Interested candidates should send a resume and be prepared to show portfolio of work. Resumes should be emailed to

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


A mid-sized Manhattan architecture firm is looking for a Project Architect with 8-10 years experience. Applicant should have strong technical and design skills, experience with construction documents, construction administration, and demonstrable communication skills. Good organizational skills are essential. Technical proficiency with exterior detailing is required.
Working knowledge of Revit is advantageous.
Founded in 1985, BKSK Architects is a New York City-based firm specializing in design that is socially, contextually and ecologically engaged. The firm's diverse range of work includes award-winning cultural, civic, educational, liturgical and residential projects. Individual projects designed by the firm have received over 40 design awards.
BKSK Architects offers a competitive base salary and many outstanding benefits, including major medical and 401K.
It is strongly preferred that the applicant be a current resident of the New York area.
Please submit resume and portfolio along with a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role to bkskinfo[at] with “Project Architect, 8-10 yrs” in the subject line. Please include salary requirements and availability. Please do not send attachments exceeding 4 MB. Responses without cover letter will be discarded without review. No submissions via FTP or posts, and no phone calls, please.

• Location: Manhattan

Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12:10 AM


Job Description:

Job Summary
Growing and enhancing CMMB’s monthly giving program is a key strategic priority for the organization to ensure funding sources for our long-term programmatic commitments. Reporting to the Director, Donor Engagement, the Senior Specialist, Monthly Giving, will have the primary responsibility for developing and executing monthly-giving acquisition, cultivation, and retention strategies, as well as managing the day-to-day operations of monthly giving programs. The individual in this role will partner with the Director of Donor Engagement and other members of Marketing & Communications and the broader CMMB team to optimize the monthly giving program. This position also will be accountable for data analysis and reporting on the monthly giving program.
This position is based in CMMB’s headquarters in New York, NY.

Key Responsibilities
• Acquisition: Co-develop, test, and roll out acquisition campaigns to acquire new monthly donors in a cost-effective way through direct mail, digital channels, telemarketing, and targeted events
• Conversion: Co-develop, test, and execute programs to identify and convert existing donors to monthly giving relationships
• Fulfillment: Co-develop, test, and implement effective monthly donor fulfillment strategies, including:
o Drive to credit card or bank transfer (ACH/EFT) payment methodology vs. check
o Proactive efforts to move donor pledges to donor payments
• Engagement & Retention: Co-develop, test, and implement monthly donor segment cultivation and retention strategies, including:
o Program updates and other regular, compelling communications to maximize donor engagement and satisfaction from point of acquisition/conversion throughout donor lifecycle
o Opportunities to upgrade monthly donors to higher monthly giving amounts
• Reactivation: Establish systems to recapture incidental lapses and cancelled monthly donors in a timely and effective manner
• Data Management: Oversee donor segmentation, data capture, and hygiene for monthly donors, and assist the Director, Donor Engagement, in back-end systems audit and analysis
• Budgeting: Manage monthly giving budget for program maintenance and expansion
• Reporting: Develop a monthly giving dashboard and provide management and other ad hoc reports on program/testing effectiveness, tracking ROI and other key measures re: monthly donors and their giving
• Vendor Management: Manage all relevant vendor relationships to ensure timely provision of high-quality deliverables and services
• General Donor Servicing: Support customer service function to manage monthly donors and their unique needs

Note: These essential functions may not comprise all duties pertaining to this role. Employees may perform other job-related tasks, as needed.


Qualifications & Requirements

Required Skills and Experience
• Bachelor’s degree (B.A / B.S.) or equivalent is required
• 3-6 years of relevant experience, ideally in nonprofit fundraising across in-person and online channels; candidates with directly applicable experience in a commercial context will be considered
• Experience managing a monthly giving/sustainer program for a nonprofit or recurring payments/monthly customers in a commercial context
• Deep knowledge of multi-channel direct marketing best practices
• Significant proficiency with managing and optimizing CRM usage
• Knowledge of payment management systems and credit card processing
• Customer service experience preferred
• Self-starter, with ability to manage projects and vendors independently
• Proven facility in analyzing complex data and making informed decisions/recommendations based on findings
• Proficiency in generating clear management reports and presentations
• Excellent interpersonal and communications skills, both written and verbal
• Track record of performance excellence, exceeding targets and objectives
• Comfortable working in a fast-paced, start-up type environment


Not Specified


Commensurate with Experience

How to Apply:

Please submit your resume and cover letter to

• Location: Manhattan, New York, New York

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