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Job & Internship Opportunities


Food Bank For New York City employees represent a dedicated and diverse group working to help fight hunger in New York City. Below is a listing of job and internship opportunities and application instructions.

To apply to positions:

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Food Bank For New York City is an Equal Opportunity Employers. We do not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, age, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, alienage, citizenship or disability, or any other category protected by law. Minorities are encouraged to apply.


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ACCOUNTING & FINANCE

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ADMINISTRATION

Administrative Assistant to the CDO and CMO

Provide professional administrative assistance for the Chief Development Officer (CDO) and the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer (CMO), enabling them to lead Development and Communications & Marketing effectively.  The ideal candidate will work to understand the priorities of the CDO, CMO and departments, and will be organized, proactive, effective at prioritizing and meeting deadlines, and able to maintain accuracy in a fast-paced environment.

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Vice President, Talent and Team Development

Food Bank For New York City is deeply committed to creating an organizational culture that recruits the best possible talent and then provides ongoing training and other support systems to ensure that its entire staff is highly trained, motivated, and dedicated to ending food insecurity in New York City. To better address this commitment, the organization has created the new position of Vice President for Talent and Team Development.

The Vice President for Talent and Team Development reports to the COO on a day-to-day operational basis and reports to the CEO on development of strategic organizational culture and team building initiatives.

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DEVELOPMENT

Fundraising Operations Coordinator

Ensure the integrity of all donor and financial data critical to the execution of all External Relations fundraising streams.  Support the efforts of the development team through a variety of responsibilities in individual giving, foundation and corporate giving, database management and on-going cultivation activities.

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Direct Marketing Manager

The Direct Marketing Manager will play an important role in raising $3.5 million in annual revenue (as of FY ’15 and to increase over time) through direct marketing efforts for the acquisition, solicitation and stewardship of individual donors under $10,000.  To ensure that annual financial goals are met, the manager will regularly analyze data and recommend appropriate strategies.

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INCOME SUPPORT

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MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS

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NUTRITION EDUCATION

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OPERATIONS

Warehouse Supervisor

Hands on position, reporting directly to the Warehouse Manager and working closely with warehouse supervision to ensure all warehouse processes and procedures are maintained. Including but not limited to; product receiving, storage and distribution; Food Bank drivers; pest control and sanitation; repacking; inventory control; product & equipment safekeeping; and recycling programs.  This position will also be responsible for daily operations, including the opening and closing of Food Bank's warehouse.

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Database Administrator

Maintain and support Food Bank For New York City databases and systems by identifying and solving database requirements including but not limited to planning, security, integrity, standards, development, and troubleshooting; supporting users including but not limited to providing training and support; maintenance of well documented supporting procedures, policies, and technical documentation of all databases and systems.

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IT Assistant

Function as the first line of support for the Food Bank For New York City’s window/MS Office environment and telecommunications systems.  Provide IT and telecommunications technical support for all computers, phones, and related  peripherals.  Maintain and configure computers, printers, peripherals and software.

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POLICY & RESEARCH

Evaluation Manager

Under the supervision of the Senior Director of Research and Evaluation, the Evaluation Manager will lead the organization in the development of evaluation processes and protocols which allow for the identification of best practices in Food Bank’s programmatic work, specifically in the areas of benefits access, financial services, and nutrition education.

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Research Associate

Under the direct supervision of the Senior Director of Research and Evaluation, the Research Associate will be primarily responsible for the investigation of issues related to hunger and associated phenomena, which will result in the compilation of Food Bank For New York City’s primary research.  This includes report production related to the Hunger Experience series, an annual hunger poll of New York City residents performed in conjunction with the Marist Institute for Public Opinion, and the Agency and Participant Hunger Safety Net Reports.  The Research Associate will also support the Senior Director in developing customized reports commissioned internally and externally that advance Food Bank's strategic interests.

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Disaster Fellows Program (Summer)

The Disaster Fellows are to join Food Bank's staff to develop and implement disaster readiness needs assessment tools to gather critical information on the member agencies' current needs, awareness of preparedness strategies, and existing infrastructure to support future readiness.  The Fellows will report to the Chief Programs Officer and is based in the Lower Manhattan office.
 
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PROGRAMS

Community Response Program Manager

As a component of its three-year strategic plan, Food Bank has launched the Community Response Partner (CRP) program.  This initiative enlists select Food Bank’s member charities experienced in providing a comprehensive set of income support services to work in neighborhoods to provide and develop capacity in communities impacted by high rates of poverty, natural disaster, and other issues, using Food Bank’s proven solutions to reduce hunger.  To lead implementation and support program refinement, the Manager will work directly with the CRPs and provide day-to-day oversight of their operations in assigned communities.

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Benefits Specialist, Benefits Access

As a member of a direct service outreach team, this position is responsible for educating and connecting low-income New Yorkers to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and other public benefits that they may be eligible to receive.

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INTERNSHIPS

Government Relations Intern

Food Bank is currently offering internships in its Lower Manhattan office for qualified undergraduate or graduate students. We are looking for Government Relations Interns to assist with engagement with government officials and key candidates to maximize support for Food Bank’s anti-hunger policy agenda. This position offers students an excellent opportunity to learn about the intersection of issue advocacy with legislative and public policy processes. The intern will provide Government Relations staff with assistance in research, ongoing advocacy efforts, coalition building and the development of fact sheets, and other advocacy materials to address Food Bank For New York City’s priority areas.

View the complete listing and apply here.

 

Americorps VISTA

Food Bank For New York City has six open VISTA positions that will begin in fall 2014.  Throughout one year of service AmeriCorps VISTAs will work with our network partners - food pantries, soup kitchens, etc. – to help them go beyond food.  Utilizing capacity-building approaches and training through the award-winning TEN approach, AmeriCorps VISTA members will ensure that these agencies are better connected in their communities, and better prepared to help their clients move out of poverty.  The application deadline is June 23rd.

View the complete listing and apply here.

 

Special Events Intern

Joining Food Bank For New York City as the Special Events Intern is a great opportunity to gain valuable non-profit event planning experience.  As a member of the events and engagement team, the intern will have the opportunity to play a key role in Food Bank's event production and engagement strategy.

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Fundraising Intern

Fundraising Intern to assist with corporate, foundation and government grants research and solicitation efforts.

The position reports to the Sr. Director of Institutional Giving and is based at the Lower Manhattan office.

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Business Partnership Intern

As a member of the Business Partnerships team, the intern will have the opportunity to play a key role in the Food Bank For New York City's annual fundraising campaigns, Check-Out Hunger and Go-Orange.

This position reports to the Business Partnerships Manager and is based at our Lower Manhattan Office.

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