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Director, Resiliency Planning & Acquisitions

NYC HOUSING PRESERVATION & DEVELOPMENT

New York, NY

POSTED BY LAUREN WANG ON 12/12/18

Dear Coro Community,
HPD is hiring for a Director of Resiliency Planning and Acquisitions in its Office of Neighborhood Strategies. This is a dynamic team working on climate adaptation initiatives for residential buildings and waterfront communities across the city through its Acquisition and Buyout Program and other related initiatives.

To apply, visit http://nyc.gov/jobs and search “Director, Resiliency Planning and Acquisitions” under Housing Preservation & Development.

Best,
Lauren

OPERATIONS MANAGER/EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

KARP STRATEGIES

New York

POSTED BY BEATRIZ GIL ON 12/13/18

Karp Strategies seeks a full-time, hourly Operations Manager/Executive Assistant to support an energetic and growing consulting team. As we sustain our growth, settle into our new size, and continue to deliver fantastic work for our clients, this person will be a key member of out team. Please share with your networks!

Planning and Community Development Coordinator

LOWER EAST SIDE PARTNERSHIP

New York, NY

POSTED BY MARTIN SCHMID ON 12/14/18

The Lower East Side Partnership seeks a qualified candidate to undertake a diverse portfolio of projects, including working in and between the following fields: urban planning, placemaking and placemaking design, contract management, public art management and economic development.

Finance Manager, Real Estate Lending

CIVIC BUILDERS

New York

POSTED BY CIVIC BUILDERS ON 12/14/18

To learn more about Civic Builders, check out our website: http://www.civicbuilders.org/

Multiple

THE CIVIC EDUCATION PROJECT (CEP)

Baltimore, MD; Berkeley, CA; Chicago, IL; Evanston, IL

POSTED BY SEEMA CHOUDHARY ON 12/17/18

CEP hires passionate, dedicated educators to work with highly motivated middle and high school students to explore our nation’s most pressing social issues and ways students can take action.

Positions are available throughout the school year and summer at sites throughout the country. Staff receive a stipend, room and board, and training in service-learning and experiential education. Travel reimbursement is also available for select programs.

Trainer

SAFE HORIZON

New York, New York

POSTED BY ROSELLE POE-PORE ON 01/03/19

We are a thought leader in providing human service professionals with the skills for high-quality client-centered, culturally responsive, and trauma-informed services.

Director, Center for Adults Living Well

YM/YWHA WASHINGTON HEIGHTS AND INWOOD

54 Nagle Ave., New York, NY

POSTED BY LEAH KREGER ON 01/04/19

This is a solid and well-funded center in Washington Heights!

Chief Operating Officer

CENTER FOR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

NYC

POSTED BY SCOTT MILLSTEIN ON 12/19/18

CEO is the leading reentry employment organization in the country and a model of social enterprise, where over 25,000 formerly incarcerated individuals have secured full-time employment since 1996. This $50M organization is in the midst of major growth and expansion. The COO will lead the Operations, Human Capital, and IT teams, and work across the organization in addressing critical and complex challenges that lead to greater organizational effectiveness and a stronger employee experience.

Executive Director

YONKERS PARTNERS IN EDUCATION (YPIE)

Yonkers

POSTED BY SCOTT MILLSTEIN ON 12/20/18

This is an ED job description for an organization just across the border in Yonkers looking to replace their longtime leader. YPIE is actually a bit of a misnomer as it functions much more than a schools foundation. They run very effective programming that makes a difference to over a quarter of the high school students in Yonkers. Let me know if you would like an intro to the recruiter.

Counsel

DEMOS

New York

POSTED BY CHIRAAG BAINS ON 12/20/18

I’m seeking a creative, driven attorney to join the legal team at Demos. Preferably 3-7 years out of law school, though I’d consider more experienced people. The focus is impact litigation — primarily on voting rights but also on economic and criminal justice issues — with an orientation toward power-building movements for communities of color. Demos is a racial justice organization with super talented staff, including 2 Coro Fellows. Spread the word!
– Chiraag Bains (NY ’04)

Development Assistant

DESIGN TRUST FOR PUBLIC SPACE

New York, NY

POSTED BY ROSAMOND FLETCHER ON 12/21/18

The Design Trust for Public Space is seeking an energetic Development Assistant who shares our passion for public space! Please share with your friends and colleagues.

Program Associate

MATRICULATE

New York, NY

POSTED BY CASSANDRA GARITA ON 01/08/19

Matriculate, which trains college students to assist low-income high school students through the college application process, is currently searching to fill an NYC-based Program Associate position.

Executive Director

ALBANY JCC

Albany New York

POSTED BY WILLIAM ESTES ON 12/24/18

The Sidney Albert Albany Jewish Community Center (SAAJCC) seeks an Executive Director with the professional experience, enthusiasm and visionary leadership to help enhance this 90 year Albany institution. The successful candidate must have the vision to lead the JCC into the future building a new foundation for continued growth and expansion.
 

Deputy Director

TEENS FOR FOOD JUSTICE

New York

POSTED BY MAURICIO GARCIA ON 12/28/18

Teens for Food Justice, an organization on whose board I proudly serve, is looking for a passionate and entrepreneurial Deputy Director to join its small but rapidly-growing team. This newly created position will work directly with and support the CEO in all organizational matters. Interested? Message me.

Manager/Analyst

PUBLIC WORKS PARTNERS

New York City

POSTED BY ALLISON QUIGNEY ON 12/31/18

This is a great opportunity for an early career professional excited about civic consulting and community development. Please share with your networks and send recommendations our way!

Associate to the Chief of Staff

KASIRER CONSULTING

New York

POSTED BY SCOTT MILLSTEIN ON 01/02/19

This is a great opportunity for a young professional (1-3 yrs exp.) to work for one of the leading government relations firms in NYC. The Associate to the Chief of Staff will support a strategic Chief of Staff who is committed to firm-wide success and will work with the President and Executive Vice President on a wide variety of special projects and initiatives. Let me know if you would like an introduction.

Student Success Coordinator

MOTHERCODERS

NYC

POSTED BY LINDSEY MAYER ON 01/03/19

This position is at the nexus of government, nonprofit sector and women’s empowerment. MotherCoders is a nonprofit helping women with kids gain the technical skills, industry knowledge, and community support they need to get tech jobs offering livable wages and career advancement.

This exciting new program is in partnership with the City of New York’s new women’s initiative, women.nyc.

Vice President, Real Estate

CIVIC BUILDERS, INC.

New York

POSTED BY CIVIC BUILDERS ON 01/04/19

Partnerships & Volunteer Program Lead

UPWARDLY GLOBAL

New York

POSTED BY SARAH OLSON ON 01/04/19

We’re looking for someone who has a natural talent and interest in immigrant issues, with a connection to the mission who can speak from the heart and is great at engaging different audiences and cultivating relationships to support our work. The role is also equally back-end focused so strong data management and logistical skills are required.

Employment Services Associate

UPWARDLY GLOBAL

New York

POSTED BY SARAH OLSON ON 01/04/19

This role is ideal for someone with experience as a coach or counselor, working with diverse communities, who loves to help others win! Strong data management, detail focus, interpersonal and intercultural skills are a must. A self starter with a passion for equality will fit in well here.

New York Executive Director

LIFT

Bronx, NY

POSTED BY MOLLY DAY ON 01/07/19

As a proven visible, visionary and influential leader and fundraiser in the community, the Executive Director is the principal spokesperson representing the organization to constituencies, both internal and external. In addition to financial and administrative duties, the scope of responsibility includes overseeing fund development, program management, marketing, public relations, and strategic thinking and planning.

Project Manager

BLUE SKY REAL ESTATE SERVICES

New York, NY

POSTED BY MARLON ARANDA ON 01/07/19

Controller

CIVIC BUILDERS, INC.

New York City

POSTED BY CIVIC BUILDERS ON 01/07/19

Community Programs Manager

KOREAN AMERICAN FAMILY SERVICE CENTER

Flushing

POSTED BY ESTHER LIMB ON 01/07/19

Events Coordinator

KOREAN AMERICAN FAMILY SERVICE CENTER

Flushing

POSTED BY ESTHER LIMB ON 01/07/19

Grant Writer

KOREAN AMERICAN FAMILY SERVICE CENTER

Flushing

POSTED BY ESTHER LIMB ON 01/07/19

Sunnyside Yard Project Manager

NEW YORK CITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

NYC

POSTED BY CALI GOREWITZ WILLIAMS ON 01/08/19

Join a dynamic team (including several Coro alumni) working in close partnership with local stakeholders to plan for the long term vision of a new neighborhood in Western Queens at Sunnyside Yard.

Associate Director of Individual Giving

ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY

New York

POSTED BY JENNIFER DIBELLA ON 01/08/19

Great opportunity to join a fantastic team of fundraisers for the country’s largest as most influential theatre company.

Assistant Vice President of Economic & Fiscal Policy

REBNY

New York

POSTED BY SCOTT MILLSTEIN ON 01/08/19

The Real Estate Board of New York seeks an experienced candidate with strong analytic, quantitative, written, presentation, and interpersonal skills for this position. And they would love to hire an alum.

Executive Director

RED HOOK ART PROJECT

Brooklyn, New York

POSTED BY ADRIA CRUTCHFIELD ON 01/09/19

RHAP is looking for its next Executive Director. More information about the organization is availalbe here: http://redhookartproject.org/. I am sharing this opportunity on behalf of a friend of mine who serves on the Board of Directors. If you are interested, I’m happy to connect you to her.

Program Coordinator

NONTRADITIONAL EMPLOYMENT FOR WOMEN

New York, NY

POSTED BY ERIK ANTOKAL ON 01/10/19

Retention Coordinator

NONTRADITIONAL EMPLOYMENT FOR WOMEN

New York

POSTED BY ERIK ANTOKAL ON 01/10/19

To Apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and references to jobs@new-nyc.org, with the subject line “Retention Coordinator.”

Policy & Advocacy Director

UNITED NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSES OF NEW YORK (UNH)

New York City

POSTED BY ANTHONY NG ON 01/10/19

This is a great job for anyone interested in human services, community development, budget advocacy and working on various advocacy campaigns.

UNH promotes and strengthens the neighborhood-based, multi-service approach to improving the lives of New Yorkers in need and the communities in which they live. A membership organization rooted in the history and values of the settlement house movement, UNH supports its members through policy development, advocacy and capacity-building activities.
 

 

Event Listings

Meet & Greet / Fundraiser Melissa Mark-Viverito for Public Advocate

MICHELLE CRUZ

215 E. 111th Street (2nd & 3rd Avenue)

POSTED BY MICHELLE CRUZ ON 01/03/19

This is a great opportunity for Coro Alum to meet and hear from a PA candidate who will be advocating for the communities we represent. Come hear where she stands on issues from housing & healthcare to good government and how she would address those challenges for all New Yorkers to thrive.

Public Engagement Manager

DESCRIPTION

Public Engagement Manager The High Line is a non-profit organization founded in 1999 to save the historic, elevated rail line from demolition. After a significant and successful campaign the organization converted the rail line, which is owned by the City of New York, into a vibrant public park in partnership with the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. With an annual visitorship of nearly 8 million people to its park, the High Line strives to provide an essential, accessible public space for the residents of New York, as well as to be a community asset that benefits our surrounding neighborhood. For the last ten years, the High Line has organized a considerable roster of public art and community engagement programs that serve New Yorkers of all ages. Working with emerging and established artists across genres– from sculpture and video to performance and spoken word– the High Line has been a site of creative experimentation and a commissioner of new works by exciting voices in contemporary art. As we near our 20th anniversary, we want to continue strengthening this work and creating a dynamic set of opportunities for the diversity of our audiences and constituents to engage with the artists, projects, and ideas that our public art programs put forward. We’re looking for a full time Public Engagement Manager for our Programs Division to perform a range of artistic, administrative, logistical and communications activities as main administrator of our performance and programming activities. Job Description The Public Engagement Manager plays a critical role in all aspects of the planning, production, execution and evaluation of a robust yearly performance and programming calendar. The person in this role will be a key member of a larger team tasked with creating opportunities that make the park more inclusive and engaging to local audiences by stewarding efforts which include a range of artist-led, community-centered experiences, programs and performances. This position will report to the Vice President of Public Engagement, and work in close collaboration with the new Public Programs Producer.

REQUIREMENTS

Creative

  • Act as main point of contact for artists and prospects.
  • Serve as partner to the Vice President of Public Engagement’s vision by researching and proposing potential talent, projects and partners; as well as cultivating and supporting the High Line’s artist community.

Administrative

  • Coordinate artist engagement — Schedule and attend phone calls and walkthroughs; coordinate follow-up communications with viable talent, partners, and vendors. Ensure artist term sheets are properly executed.
  • Track and analyze data — Track and manage RSVPs and attendance. Create and manage surveys of public experience. Compile and analyze data for various use (such as grant applications, internal and external reporting, etc).
  • Manage program budget — Track payments and financial records for all associated artist and production expenses.
  • Project management — Generate and/or maintain the department’s project management tools (planning calendar, program checklists, artists databases, etc.) and other tasks as necessary.

Logistics and Production

  • Oversee the planning and seamless execution of all public programs on and off the High Line, year round.
  • Act as bridge between artists and the High Line’s Production department, and collaborate with Production department in defining floor plans, tech riders, run of shows, staffing plans for events, etc. This also includes scheduling, training, and supervising event crews. At the High Line event crews are intergenerational– including Park Rangers, volunteers, professional security firms, and members of our Youth Program.

Communications

  • Research, fact-check, write and edit all program-related materials, both public facing (for printed and digital use), as well as internal working documents (program briefs for artists, graphic designers, among others)
  • Work closely with Communications team in creating the seasonal marketing and press calendar and pieces, including seasonal program calendars, website event posts, blog posts, social media posts, press releases, flyers, handouts, signage and other collateral materials.
  • Coordinate event documentation in collaboration with Communications department .

Required Qualifications

  • 4 – 6 years’ experience in cultural programming and production
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, and systematic arts professional
  • Strong time management skills with the ability to prioritize multiple time-sensitive projects without prompting, in a fast-paced, complex environment.
  • Project Manager experience with the ability to coordinate and communicate with a large group and varying opinions.
  • Ability to take initiative, work autonomously, be forward-thinking, adaptable and flexible, as well as be enthusiastic about the High Line, public engagement, public space, and cultural programming a must!
  • Ability to work well in a diverse team, demonstrating clear, efficient and respectful communication. Strong interpersonal skills, with a positive demeanor.
  • Non-profit experience and working knowledge of NYC-based cultural organizations and artists.
  • Ability and interest in working outdoors in all safe weather conditions.
  • Flexibility to work evenings and weekends as needed. Ability and interest in attending shows elsewhere as needed for artist research and support.
  • Excellent writing skills, and a high level of computer literacy, including strong knowledge of Microsoft Office suite.

Preferred

  • Ability to effectively set up and manage systems such as Eventbrite, SurveyMonkey and Asana or other project management tools.
  • Demonstrated success and experience working with volunteers, youth, and diverse populations.
  • Interest and level of comfort with statistical analysis and projection.
  • Sense of humor!

BENEFITS

  • Paid vacation, sick time and holidays
  • Paid parental leave
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Commuter benefits
  • Flexible spending accounts
  • Contribution in a 403(b) retirement plan
  • Citi Bike membership
  • Discount on High Line merchandise

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Program Manager NoHo Business Improvement District

The Program Manager is responsible for managing and implementing programs and initiatives. The focus areas will be: planning, marketing and communications, programming, sponsorships, and special projects. o ​The Program Manager will also assist the Executive Director with general office and organizational management as well as other projects and programs as necessary.  

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