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The Council Administrator is a key member of the President and CEO’s relationship management team and will collaborate with colleagues to ensure a robust and mission focused experience for members of Food Bank’s primary leadership councils and major donors


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.

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Equal Employment Opportunity:
Food Bank 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.


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Accounts Payable Coordinator

Under the direction and assistance of the Accounts Payable Manager, the Accounts Payable Coordinator will assist in the processing of payables, preparing of month end documents, resolving discrepancies, and review all payables as they come in daily for proper signatures, account coding and support.

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IT Assistant

The IT Assistant is the first line of support for Food Bank For New York City’s Windows/MS Office environment and telecommunications systems.  Duties include providing technical support and maintenance for all computers, software, phones, and related peripherals.

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Human Resources Director

Are you a seasoned HR professional seeking to make a difference in a fast-paced non-profit dedicated to ending hunger in New York City? Does a social justice mission move you to contribute your best ideas and solid HR experience to help recruit, retain, and reward great talent? If so, Food Bank For New York City wants you to join our human resources team!

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HR Coordinator

The Human Resources Coordinator is a generalist position that is highly skilled in supporting areas of recruitment, HRIS, onboarding, benefits and maintenance of employee records with working knowledge of compliance issues and applicable guidelines.

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Manager, Research & Prospect Management

The Manager, Prospect Development & Research supports and guides the fundraising effort by conducting research, categorizing prospects and donors in terms of interest and capacity, and determining when they should be moved to active prospect lists for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.

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Manager of Individual and Major Giving

Food Bank’s Manager of Individual and Major Giving will work with a collegial team to help secure funds for the organization by analyzing and developing cultivation strategies for all unassigned individual donors, managing his/her own group of assigned first- and mid-level donors, and assuring that as many as possible are retained as continuing donors, and upgraded in their giving and involvement.

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Associate Director of Institutional Giving

The Associate Director of Institutional Giving is responsible for identifying, developing, and managing strategic relationships with institutional funders. This role requires you to juggle multiple priorities and competing deadlines.  You will also need to be adept at translating goals into tangible projects and targets, setting direction for a team, identify new funders and strategies to help grow the institutional base of support.

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Corporate Relations and Foundations Coordinator

The Coordinator works with the Business Partnerships and Institutional Giving teams to coordinate their relationships with foundations, strategic partnerships, employee engagement, and in-kind/food donation programs.

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Food/Funds Sourcing Coordinator

The Food/Fund Sourcing Coordinator is responsible for securing food and grocery donations to Food Bank For New York City by calling upon established donors, lapsed donors, and non-donors within the food and grocery industry.

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Administrative Assistant to Chief Development Officer

Provide professional administrative assistance for the Chief Development Officer (CDO), enabling the CDO to lead  External Relations effectively.  The ideal candidate will work to understand the priorities of the CDO and department, 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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Associate Director, Community Nutrition

Lead a team to conduct the training, evaluation, tool development, technical assistance and programmatic support for Food Bank staff, Food Bank’s membership network of food distribution programs as well as the clients they serve across New York City.

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Community Nutritionist for West Harlem

The Community Nutrition Manager plays a lead role in the development and implementation of nutritional and programmatic best practices at the Community Kitchen and Food Pantry of West Harlem, including Food Bank’s Senior Center. Additionally, The Community Nutrition Manager will oversee nutrition education activities and provide nutrition education to the over 1,000 charities in the Food Bank For New York City member Network.

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Community Nutritionist

The Community Nutritionist provides monthly nutrition education workshops at Food Bank member agencies throughout New York City, including food pantries, shelters and community agencies to encourage greater acceptance and knowledge of the benefits of healthy eating.

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Application Support Specialist

The Application Support Specialist will monitor Food Bank For New York City internal/external database systems and collaborate with departments to suggest any enhancements or changes to application/database environments, as well as any new project initiatives. 

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Government Relations Coordinator

The Government Relations Coordinator will help to advance Food Bank’s government relations and policy agenda by interacting with the offices of government officials, community boards and other partners, assembling information and materials, organizing events and meetings, and coordinating communications internal and external to the organization.

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Kitchen Helper and Porter

Provide Food Bank For New York City’s Community Kitchen with basic daily support services needed to ensure a safe and sanitary working environment for the preparation and service meals for up to 700 community residents.

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Program Intake Specialist

Meet, greet and assess diverse New Yorkers’ emergency food needs and then act as a resource assisting clients as they access in-house services and direct them to appropriate external referrals.

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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.

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