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Job & Internship Opportunities


Employees at the Food Bank For New York City 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:

Click the link to the individual posting.

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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

Human Resources Coordinator – Generalist

The Human Resources Coordinator is a generalist position that is highly skilled in supporting areas of recruitment, HRIS, on boarding, benefits and maintenance of employee records with working knowledge of compliance issues and applicable guidelines (ERISA, EEOC, etc).

The Human Resources Coordinator will report to the Director of  Talent Acquisition and Staffing Operations; this position will be based in the Bronx office.  View the complete listing here.

 

Associate Director, Recruitment and Retention

The Associate Director, Recruitment and Retention is responsible for attracting talent, cultivating them to apply to, and join Food Bank For New York City. This position will drive all full-cycle recruitment related efforts to meet staffing needs across all divisions within Food Bank For NYC. This individual will establish and sustain relationships with recruiting sources to ensure evergreen candidate pipelines and initiate innovative strategic sourcing efforts for high-demand, niche positions. In partnership with the Senior Director of Human Resources, this individual is a brand ambassador and will apply a range of effective communication tools and techniques that positions Food Bank For NYC as an employer of choice.

View the complete listing here.

 

DEVELOPMENT

Vice President of Foundation and Corporate Relations

The VP, Foundation and Corporate Relations, reporting to Food Bank for New York City (FBNYC)’s Chief Development Officer (CDO), is responsible for identifying, developing, and managing strategic relationships with foundation and corporate donors to maintain and broaden the funding base to support the objectives of FBNYC’s 2014-2017 Strategic Agenda “Feed the Need.” The VP  guides and coordinates the team and any grants consultants in the development of proposals and reports around priority Food bank activities and initiatives, coordinates closely with appropriate Food Bank staff, partners, and members to secure appropriate funding and supervises staff to ensure effective administrative support for the F&C team.

The VP, Foundation and Corporate Relations will report to the Chief Development Officer.  View the complete listing here.

 

Sr. Manager of Institutional Giving

The Sr. Manager of Institutional Giving will manage and grow relationships with institutional donors and research and write proposals in order to maximize grant funding to the Food Bank For New York City.  Assist with the maintenance of other fundraising projects on an as-needed basis.

The Sr. Manager will report to the Sr. Director of Institutional Giving. This position will be located at our lower Manhattan location. View the complete listing here.

 

INCOME SUPPORT

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MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS

Chief Marketing Officer (CMO)

The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), reporting to Food Bank’s President and CEO, is responsible for initiating, implementing, and facilitating a comprehensive range of activities that strengthen the awareness, visibility and relationships of Food Bank and its programming.  Principal responsibilities include 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.

View the complete listing here.

 

MEMBER RELATIONS

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, Food Bank seeks a Manager who will work directly with the CRPs and provide day-to-day oversight of their operations in assigned communities.

View the complete listing here.

 

NUTRITION EDUCATION

Nutrition and Health Services Associate

Support the maintenance and daily operation of CookShop, a nutrition education program reaching SNAP-eligible children, teens and adults throughout the five boroughs, and additional school-based services, such as pantries. The Nutrition and Health Services Associate will serve as a liaison to CookShop schools and sites, providing technical support to school staff coordinating and implementing the program in their schools/sites, and coordinating and leading trainings. This position will also be responsible for assisting with the development/enhancement of nutrition education programs and training curricula.

View the complete listing here.

 

Manager of Community-Based Initiatives

Oversee the daily operation and coordination of child and adult nutrition programs throughout the Food Bank’s Bronx, Queens & Staten Island network of CookShop program components, as well as develop and maintain strategic partnerships with our community members. The Manager of Community Based Initiatives is will provide management, direction and growth for community and nutrition education programming, and will be responsible for building relationships with schools and community-based organizations to promote expansion of CookShop programming.

View the complete listing here.

 

Program Support Associate

Ensure efficient procurement, distribution and tracking of program materials and services, track and reconcile program expenses, serve as a liaison between established vendors and program team in support to schools and community based organizations, and maintain vendor relationships. The position requires a detail-oriented individual with the ability to work in a fast-paced and demanding environment.

View the complete listing here.

 

OPERATIONS

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.

View the complete listing here.

 

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.

View the complete listing here.

 

POLICY & RESEARCH

Community Mobilization Manager

Build and sustain community support for Food Bank For New York City's public policy initiatives by educating, motivating and empowering a broad spectrum of anti-hunger stakeholders, including faith- and community-based organizations.  The Community Mobilization Manager will manage the implementation of campaigns for educating and organizing stakeholders (including affected community members) around food and nutrition issues, particularly about maximizing access to federal, state and local food supports.

View the complete listing here.

 

Senior Manager of Government Relations

Implement government relations strategies relating to issues of interest to the Food Bank, particularly regarding support for city, state and federal emergency food programs; access to benefits, including government nutrition and income support programs; nutrition education; and access to affordable, nutritious food in all New York City communities.

View the complete listing here.

 

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.
 
View the complete listing here.

 



 

INTERNSHIPS

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.

View the full listing here.

 

Government Relations Undergraduate Intern

We are looking for a Government Relations Intern to assist with implementing campaigns for educating and organizing stakeholders—community based organizations, institutional partners, government officials, etc.—to maximize access to federal, state and local food supports (such as school meals, summer meals, emergency food programs, and food stamps.  The ideal candidate is an undergraduate student who has completed considerable social service or public policy-related course work. Excellent opportunity for high-profile experience and great connections. Stipend is available.

For the full description and application instructions, click here.

 

Government Relations Graduate Intern

We are looking for a Government Relations Graduate Intern to assist with public policy research, public education on policy, legislation and budget issues relevant to the Food Bank and its mission, and tracking engagement with government offices. The ideal candidate is a graduate student who has completed considerable social service or public policy-related course work. Excellent opportunity for high-profile experience and great connections. Stipend is available.

For the full description and application instructions, click here.

 

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.

View the complete listing here.

 

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.

View the complete listing here.

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