At Food Bank, we believe that our greatest resources are human! Nowhere is that seen better than in the faces of the individuals giving shape and texture to our mission on a daily basis: our employees..a group often referred to as “Food Bankers.” We are an intentionally diverse team of talent, perspectives and personalities bonded by a true belief and passion that NO ONE should be hungry in our country and certainly not in what we believe to be the world’s greatest city. Successful Food Bankers are New Yorkers who focus their energies on finding innovative and sustainable ways to serve our neighbors in collaboration and solidarity with our network of partners, members and supporters.

You can find our open employment opportunities below. If you are both interested and willing to bring the talent and disposition required to solve hunger, we hope you’ll consider Food Bank For New York City as your place to make a difference.

You’re a future Food Banker if…

You want to help New Yorkers SOLVE hunger.

We believe that every New Yorker represents an opportunity to solve hunger in our city. We use our knowledge, commitment, skills, and sweat equity to help make it happen.

You want to be aligned with our core values.

Our Core Values are non-negotiable. They ground our aspirations and tether our intentions. If they speak to you, as well, we’d love to learn more.

You view the problem as hunger…not poor people.

We serve people known as New Yorkers. We don’t judge their story, we’re simply glad to be of assistance to 1.5 million of our neighbors.

You’re able to bring joy…to serving a mission, too!

Moving 120 meals every NY Minute is not easy work and Food Bankers take our collective responsibilities very seriously. We take the environment we work in pretty seriously, as well. We look for talent that’s willing, able, and interested in working openly, collaboratively and respectfully. We’re so very eager to be successful at our mission, that we’re willing to fail! We believe in hunger’s solutions so much that we listen to and share what we learn from all over the country, city, neighborhood and conference room. We’re so excited about the future that we’re always hoping to attract awesome talent. If this sounds like you, we’re excited to hear from you!

Work…with perks.

Food Bank offers a comprehensive benefits package supporting the needs of our employees and their families. A few of those benefits include:



100% coverage of medical benefits for you and your family


Employer retirement plan contribution


Paid holidays and paid time off throughout the year


A range of wellness programs and more

Don’t Just Take Our Word For It

Hear from Food Bankers themselves why they love serving side by side with our member charities, our dynamic team of volunteers, and our generous network of supporters and friends to serve our fellow New Yorkers who are missing meals.

Ready to make a career move that matters?

Food Bank For New York City offers more than jobs. We offer opportunities for inspired individuals to build a career while making a difference FOR our city and her people. See a position that speaks to you? Contact our Talent Recruiter today.

Open Positions

  • Accounting & Finance

    Staff Accountant

     39 Broadway – Lower Manhattan

    As Staff Accountant, you will be a key member of the Finance team and will be responsible for financial reporting to government agencies and private donors. The primary purpose of this position is to accurately and timely submit reports to government agencies, and interim financial reports to Food Bank leadership. You are the ideal candidate if you have the ability to work efficiently in a deadline-driven environment, demonstrate experience with A-133 financial audit and reporting requirements, high level of attention to detail, adaptive, and a creative problem-solver. As the desired Staff Accountant, you will manage your time well and communicate effectively with all partners, colleagues and members of a busy and dynamic team whose jobs are focused on relationship building, maturity in relationships, excellence in execution, and effective communication.

    Manager, Grants and Contracts Compliance

     39 Broadway – Lower Manhattan

    As Manager of Grants and Contract Compliance, you will be a key member of the Finance team and will oversee compliance with Food Bank’s government and private funding. The primary purpose of this position is to oversee grant compliance and drive grant reporting improvement. You will be responsible for timely submission of government vouchers and also the timely reporting of the financial results internally. You will also assist the Funding and Impact Administrator in the development and implementation of a comprehensive cross-department process flow for funding through all stages of the award cycle from concept to closeout. You are the ideal candidate if you are a creative problem solver, great organizer and planner, process-oriented, a great communicator, team builder and team leader, and budget manager.

  • Executive Office

    VP, Strategic Communications and Engagement

     39 Broadway – Lower Manhattan

    The VP of Communications and Strategic Engagement, reporting to the Food Bank’s President and CEO, is responsible for the development and execution of a comprehensive marketing, communications and engagement strategy including effective positioning, messaging, editorial development, media relations, stakeholder outreach, events, and select partner relations. This position will accomplish this by increasing the visibility and brand awareness of Food Bank For New York City, and its leadership among existing, new and targeted audiences. The VP of Communications and Strategic Engagement will identify unique opportunities and cultivate strategic partnerships within and across a variety of markets, programs and industries. The successful candidate will partner with FBNYC senior team, charity members, thought leaders and colleagues to engage influential public figures in mission-driven campaigns to drive positive, meaningful systemic change for New Yorkers facing hunger.

  • External Relations

    Senior Manager, Individual Giving

     39 Broadway- Lower Manhattan

    Food Bank’s Senior Manager of Individual Giving will work with a collegial team to secure funds for the organization by managing a group of assigned, qualified mid- level ($1,000-$4,999) and major donors ($5,000+), assuring that as many as possible are retained as continuing donors, and upgraded in their giving and involvement. The Senior Manager will also work across the organization to identify, cultivate and purse new donor prospects from within Food Bank’s existing donor base and among New York City’s broader philanthropic community.

    Events & Engagement Manager

     39 Broadway- Lower Manhattan

    The position will be responsible the planning and management of Food Bank’s events and engagement activities. While the successful candidate will work across the organization, s/he will report to the Director of Events & Engagement. These initiatives will maximize the organization’s visibility, expose the brand to new audiences, and ensure revenue generation.

    Sourcing Administration Coordinator

    355 Food Center Drive – Bronx

    Food Bank For New York City seeks a dynamic Food and Funds Sourcing Coordinator to provide coordination and administrative support of Food Bank’s Food Sourcing and Corporate Engagement Programs.  The ideal candidate is highly organized team player and motivated to learn more about Food Bank’s efforts to source food and financial donations.  The Coordinator will provide support in coordinating volunteer /donor events, freight bidding and scheduling, tracking donations, providing reports, and donor acknowledgment.  The Coordinator will report to the Senior Director of Corporate Engagement.enue generation.

  • Income Support

    No positions currently available.

  • Nutrition Education

    No positions currently available.

  • Operations

    Associate Director, Operations

     39 Broadway – Lower Manhattan

    The Associate Director, Operations serves as the lead of all business and administrative processes, including budget development, emergency management & coordination, security, procurement, office management, facilities management,  and contracts management. This position will ensure an efficient and safe working environment by being committed to continuous improvement by utilizing continuous improvement guiding principles to meet the needs of the organization.

  • Policy & Research

    No positions currently available.

  • Programs

    Member Engagement Trainer

     39 Broadway- Lower Manhattan

    Food Bank’s Member Services team is responsible for the onboarding, training, support and development of Food Bank’s network of food relief member organizations. Success in this team involves connection with our member network through a variety of touch points, including compliance and capacity building, ongoing training opportunities to enhance services, and connection to additional anti-poverty programming offered by Food Bank. Food Bank’s member network includes nearly 1,000 charity organizations and it is our goal to ensure we provide opportunities for them to meet the needs of the most vulnerable citizens of New York City. The Member Engagement Trainer serves as the lead in content development for a robust training curriculum that can reach a variety of member organizations with varying capacity and staffing. This position is responsible for leading the Member Services efforts to engage our food relief member organizations in further developing and refining their efforts to meet the needs of one in five New Yorkers relying on Food Bank’s services. As the Member Engagement Trainer, you will be a key member of the Member Services team and will strategize and collaborate with colleagues to develop a Member Training Academy. Supported by a robust and mission focused curriculum, you will target Food Bank’s network members to ensure their compliance with food safety, distribution and handling standards, as well as provide key strategies to build their capacity.

    Campus Pantry Coordinator- 8 Month Contract Position

     39 Broadway- Lower Manhattan

    The purpose of this position is to coordinate Food Bank For New York City’s Campus Pantry Program that enables K-12 schools throughout NYC to provide on-site emergency food distribution to food insecure students and their household members. Students from food insecure households cannot perform their best and this position enables Food Bank to engage schools in providing meals that students might otherwise go without. The Campus Pantry Program works with schools to initialize and sustain on-site emergency food access to targeted families who struggle to put food on the table. This position supports school-based food distribution services, and other anti-hunger efforts in Food Bank’s suite of services such as school meal programs and urban farming efforts. Additional responsibility in providing technical assistance to nutrition and health education programs will be a vital role of this position.

  • Internships

    Research and Evaluation Intern

     39 Broadway- Lower Manhattan 

    The primary purpose of this position is to assist in the daily activities of a highly dynamic Research and Evaluation team by conducting data analysis, data collection, and research. This internship provides a unique opportunity for students seeking to become involved in applied research in anti-hunger and anti-poverty work. Under the supervision of the Research Coordinator, s/he will help to advance the Food Bank’s research and evaluation agenda by: assisting in analyzing and interpreting data; updating research databases and fact sheets; and conducting research. This position calls for a quick thinker who can maintain in-depth knowledge of the relevant issues pertinent to Food Bank’s organizational mission and work. Stipend available. Hours are flexible; a commitment of at least 15 hours per week is expected.

Food Bank For New York City is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage and seek applications from women, people of color, and bilingual and bicultural individuals, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. Applicants shall not be discriminated against because of race, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, color, marital status, or medical condition.

Applicants with Disabilities: Reasonable accommodation will be made so that qualified disabled applicants may participate in the application process. Please advise in writing of any special needs at the time of application.