Jobs at Robin Hood Community Partners

Robin Hood is proud to share job opportunities with our community partners across New York City. Robin Hood partners with more than 200 of the most impactful nonprofits fighting poverty across New York City.

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Vice President of Development

All Our Kin

We are seeking a Vice President of Development who can fundraise towards the goals of our ambitious strategic plan, building on and expanding All Our Kin’s strong base of existing foundation support, while broadening the organization’s base of individual and corporate support. You will engage with All Our Kin’s diverse, high-impact board and staff, leveraging existing relationships and knowledge, and fostering a strong culture of philanthropy in order to advance our mission. You will supervise a team of 3-4 development associates, and work closely with the Director of Communications, the directors of each site, and the C-suite. You will report to our Co-Founder and CEO and support her involvement in development strategy and donor relationships. In all these roles, you will lead and model All Our Kin’s commitment to our organizational values.

Program Manager

Girls on the Run NYC

Reporting directly to the Executive Director and consistent with the mission of Girls on the Run, the Program Manager is responsible for overall coordination of spring, fall and summer program delivery, the recruitment and retention of program sites and volunteer coaches and ensuring successful, quality programming that is inclusive and accessible. This is a full-time position based in New York City.

Project Manager

African Communities Together (ACT)

The project manger will coordinate among and support ACT staff involved in the project (including the Executive Director, NY Director, and Program Manager), in approximately weekly project meetings. They will contribute to discussion and decision making, synthesize and document, follow-up, and maintain workflow.

Institutional Giving Manager

Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW)

NEW is seeking an Institutional Giving Manager to provide leadership to plan, execute and supervise corporate, private foundation, and government grants. The positions will lead all aspects of the grants lifecycle as well as shepherding the program team through the grants management process (application and reporting). The Institutional Giving Manager will be the key point of contact and thought partner to our program and finance teams on all grants-related issues. The Institutional Giving Manager will also focus on expanding the prospect list and grants pipeline so that NEW can meet the needs of existing funders and secure new funding for the future.

Retention Coordinator

Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW)

Nontraditional Employment for Women is seeking a Retention Coordinator to provide follow up and support services to employed graduates as they navigate their trade careers. The Retention Coordinator will work to foster a tradeswoman community that supports graduates as they enter the workforce and informs their professional development and advancement over the course of their careers in the trades. This position will report to the Assistant Vice President of Programs.

Program Coordinator

Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW)

The Program Coordinator will work closely with the training, employment and social services staff and reports tot he Vice President of Programs. They will manage the day-to-day delivery of NEW's core pre-apprenticeship training program and support the development and expansion programming associated with NEW's Young Women's and Sustainability initiatives.

Employment Coordinator

Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW)

NEW is seeking an Employment Coordinator to manage and implement job development and placement activities for graduates and current students.

Graduate Student Grant Writer (part time)

exalt

The Graduate Student Grant Writer is responsible for assisting the Strategic Growth team in writing effective and persuasive grants and proposals that use the power of words to bring light to exalt’s powerful work in criminal justice, youth development, education, and employment. The ideal candidate will have excellent academic written communication skills, be comfortable working under quick deadlines and shifting priorities in a fast­paced, flexible environment, and possess a positive, can­do attitude. This candidate should have a deep understanding of social justice issues and the criminal justice system, with preference to candidates pursuing graduate degrees in a relevant field.

Director of Development and Communications

exalt

Reporting to exalt’s Executive Director, the Director of Development and Communications will lead the organization’s fundraising efforts through this pivotal time by researching and actively engaging prospective individual and institutional donors while building, expanding, and cultivating exalt’s existing circle of supporters and friends. This is an ideal opportunity for an organized, committed and impactful fundraising leader who is passionate about growing and scaling exalt’s mission.

STAFF ATTORNEY POSITION

CoRe

The staff attorney will work in collaboration with this extraordinary coalition of neighborhood organizations and their tenant and community organizers in Queens to preserve and expand affordable housing for lower income residents of those areas—in the face of rapid gentrification and tenant displacement throughout their neighborhoods. The work involves representing low-income tenant associations confronting landlords harassing low-income residents and seeking to vacate buildings; individuals and families facing eviction; low-income tenant co-ops seeking to reinforce and sustain themselves; community institutions facing closures or adverse actions due to extraordinary market pressures and neighborhood displacement; low-income tenants in fair housing litigation; as well as community groups involved in struggles against pervasive housing discrimination, neighborhood segregation, and other issues critically affecting the future of their communities.

Director of Fair Housing

CoRe

The Director of Fair Housing is the person primarily responsible for the development, expansion and supervision of fair housing work under relevant federal, state and city statutes and regulations, with a focus upon CORE’s priority neighborhoods.

Supervising Attorney

CoRe

The supervising attorney will work in collaboration with this extraordinary coalition of neighborhood organizations and their tenant and community organizers, predominantly in Queens, to preserve and expand affordable housing for lower income residents of those areas—in the face of rapid gentrification and tenant displacement throughout their neighborhoods.

TENANT ORGANIZER - QUEENS

CoRe

The tenant organizer will work in collaboration with this extraordinary coalition of neighborhood organizations to help preserve and expand affordable housing for lower income residents of those areas—in the face of rapid gentrification and tenant displacement throughout their neighborhoods. The work involves developing tenant associations and partnering with CoRe’s staff attorneys to combat landlord harassment and discrimination of low-income residents; protecting individuals and families facing eviction; representing low-income tenant co-ops seeking to reinforce and sustain themselves; protecting community institutions facing closures or adverse actions due to extraordinary market pressures and neighborhood displacement; organzing low-income tenants in fair housing litigation; as well as organizing community groups involved in struggles against pervasive housing discrimination, neighborhood segregation, and other issues critically affecting the future of their communities.

ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST POSITION

CoRe

The Accounting Specialist will work closely with the Executive Director and will serve as the primary internal point on all accounting and financial-related needs. The position will be supported by and in collaboration with a team of three dedicated accounting specialists from an external accounting organization. Primary duties include performing work that is directly related to the management/general business operations, with primary focus on administrating nonprofit fiscal operations, financial systems, required grant reporting, month end closings, budgeting and forecasting support.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow (OBT)

The CEO will partner with the Board of Directors in developing and implementing the organization’s next strategic plan, in addition to bringing innovative ideas to organizational operations, programming, external partnership-building, and revenue streams. The CEO will continue to cultivate and embody an anti-racist and inclusive organizational culture where staff and program participants see themselves reflected in and aligned with OBT’s mission, vision, values, and purpose. The CEO will serve as OBT’s primary fundraiser, partnering with the Board, staff, and participants to convey the organization’s story and impact.

Chief Operating Officer

The Knowledge House

The C​OO​ will be directly responsible for leading day-to-day operations and programs at The Knowledge House to ensure an incredible student experience, as well as partnering with the CEO to scale the organization 10x and grow into 3 new markets over the next five years. This role includes overseeing the growth of our flagship software engineering fellowships while maintaining our stellar job placement rate, leading our expansion to serve students in new cities, ensuring high-quality corporate partnerships and wrap-around services for our students, developing our staff, and leading all HR, operations, administration, and finance functions. The COO will directly supervise a team of 12 FTE and 8 consultants.

Director of Development and Growth

The Knowledge House

The Director of Development and Growth (DDG) will lead the functions that mobilize resources for TKH including, development, corporate partnerships, and communications. The Director will directly supervise three staff members and lead a team of consultants. The Director will focus their energy on ensuring that TKH’s current growth trajectory is maintained through securing major gifts, institutional grants, corporate sponsorships and online donations from New York City, Atlanta, Newark, and Los Angeles. The Director will be the primary position responsible for ensuring that all departmental resources are properly allocated, prospect research, outreach, stewardship and solicitation. The Director will also be responsible for managing the CEO’s development calendar. They will set goals and produce regular projections for the CEO and the Board of Directors, working closely with the finance team and Program Director.

Associate Director of Development

The Knowledge House

The Associate Director of Development will focus on institutional giving, including creating and maintaining a grant submission and reporting calendar. This individual will also work closely with the corporate partnership team to engage new corporate sponsors. The Associate Director will build and strengthen relationships with foundation program officers and other grantmaking staff and will develop projections for institutional giving, including timing of grant review and payments, to enable the Development Director to accurately reflect institutional giving in the departmental financial projections.

Program Manager

The Knowledge House

The Program Manager ​owns the "set up and success" of each program, so that sites operate to partners' satisfaction and TKH’s expectations. The Program Manager is partner-facing, solidifying recruitment and outreach strategy with partners, overseeing admissions and TKH's annual enrollment, and working with the Director of Programs to regularly report on program success and challenges.

Financial Coach

Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners

Financial Coaches assess clients’ financial health through one-on-one coaching and then develop a tailored set of recommendations to help clients improve their financial position and pursue their goals. Our TrustPlus program allows us to serve clients across geographies via phone sessions or video conferencing. We leverage multiple communication channels – phone, SMS, email - to engage our clients and provide follow-up services. In addition to individualized coaching sessions, some Financial Coaches may also deliver financial capability courses for groups. Financial Coaches require excellent judgement and must exercise professional discretion to accurately assess each client’s unique situation and effectively develop personalized plans of action. These plans include concrete recommendations for debt reduction, credit improvement, money management, use of financial services, asset protection and the pursuit of short- and long-term goals. The services offered by Financial Coaches are scheduled to meet the needs of our clients. As such, schedules regularly include evenings, early mornings and weekends.

Executive Director

Adams Street Foundation

We are seeking a dynamic leader to serve as our next Executive Director. She/he/they will inherit a talented staff, a supportive board of directors, and great partners, all focused on increasing equitable education opportunities for underserved students. In addition to being aligned with our mission, the ideal candidate is someone with budget management experience, who is comfortable raising money, and genuinely interested in developing others/staff.

Executive Director

The Door

Are you a fierce champion for vulnerable youth driven to increase their life chances and transform their lives? Are you fired up to advance solutions to address systemic barriers that prevent opportunity youth from accessing health, education, and housing? Are you committed to unleashing the intelligence and inherent potential of opportunity youth, empowering them to fulfill their greatest potential as they transition to adulthood? Are you relentless in your focus on results and inspired to build upon The Door's legacy and national reputation by expanding its model and sharing best practices?

President, TrustPlus

Neighborhood Trust

As a young social enterprise living within a non-profit deeply committed to innovation, the President of TrustPlus is a unique and compelling opportunity. Our TrustPlus team is passionate about creating solutions that provide financial security to today’s struggling workers in the context of a dynamic labor and financial services market. Today we have significant momentum – with a presence in multiple geographic regions, contracts with major national customers, and a growing national brand.

Social Worker – Behavioral Health (Bilingual Spanish Required)

NYU Langone

The Social Worker provides direct clinical and supportive social work services in accordance with hospital policies, procedures and requirements of regulatory agencies. Services can include, but not be limited to, screening, patient identification, patient assessment, transitional and discharge planning for post-acute needs for the designated population (Behavioral Health). Assists the interdisciplinary team in providing services that will address the clinical condition and move the patient towards the next level of care.

Robin Hood Project — Staff Attorney

Advocates for Children

Advocates for Children of New York, Inc. (AFC) seeks an attorney to represent and advise families fighting for their children’s education. This attorney will join AFC’s Robin Hood Project to provide direct representation, technical assistance and community outreach/training.

Staff Attorney – Project Achieve

Advocates for Children

Advocates for Children of New York, Inc. (AFC) seeks a Staff Attorney for our child welfare project, called Project Achieve, which fights for the educational rights of students in or at-risk for placement in foster care.

Staff Attorney - Robin Hood Project

Advocates for Children

Advocates for Children of New York, Inc. (AFC) seeks an attorney to represent and advise families fighting for their children’s education. This attorney will join AFC’s Robin Hood Project to provide direct representation, technical assistance and community outreach/training.

Communications and Marketing Intern

Children’s Health Fund

The Communications and Marketing Intern (CMI) will provide related support for a dynamic children’s health not-for-profit. The ideal candidate will be passionate about contributing to the evolution of our digital content and storytelling, especially focused on social media. The internship is best suited for someone who is currently enrolled in a related prog

Policy & Advocacy Intern

Children’s Health Fund

Each year Children’s Health Fund (CHF) gathers its medical directors representing the programs of Children’s Health Fund’s National Network for Capitol Hill meetings with congressional members and staff. Engaging those who shape public policy enables the Children’s Health Fund to have an impact that extends beyond its clinical programs.

Policy Manager - Part-Time/Temporary

Children’s Health Fund

The Children’s Health Fund (CHF) Policy Manager is responsible for assisting with all aspects of the CHF policy and advocacy agenda at the city, state and federal level. Successful candidates will be creative and entrepreneurial thinkers, mission driven, a strong writer and producer of analytical content, and a proven project manager and collaborator.

Education Advocate

Advocates for Children

Advocates for Children of New York, Inc. (AFC) seeks an Education Advocate for its Immigrant Students’ Rights Project (ISRP) to protect the education-related rights of underserved immigrant families. Immigrant families face unique obstacles in New York City public schools that stem from their linguistic and cultural backgrounds.

Development Associate

Little Sisters of the Assumption Family Health Service

The Development Associate position is an excellent growth opportunity for an emerging development professional to work with experienced development and communications professionals in a multi-program human service organization. Position will provide support for the management and implementation of a broad array of fundraising and marketing activities.

Education Advocate

Advocates for Children

Advocates for Children of New York, Inc. (AFC) seeks an Education Advocate for its Immigrant Students’ Rights Project (ISRP) to protect the education-related rights of underserved immigrant families. Immigrant families face unique obstacles in New York City public schools that stem from their linguistic and cultural backgrounds.

Staff Attorney - Robin Hood Project

Advocates for Children

Advocates for Children of New York, Inc. (AFC) seeks an attorney to represent and advise families fighting for their children’s education. This attorney will join AFC’s Robin Hood Project to provide direct representation, technical assistance and community outreach/training.

Director of Options

Goddard Riverside Community Center

Goddard Riverside seeks a Director for its Options Center. This is a rare opportunity to lead a well-established innovative program. The Options Center supports young people to complete college through educational counseling, training professionals, and advocating on critical issues around equity in post-secondary education.

Outreach and Training Associate

JustFix

Reporting to the Program Director, this role is responsible for ensuring that our tools are in every possible tenant-serving space in NYC. The ideal candidate is a self-starter who enjoys facilitating collaborative trainings and being on-the-ground with tenants, housing justice nonprofits, and strategic partners to support efforts to prevent displacement.

Operations Manager

JustFix

This role is an opportunity to create and implement the people and organization operations function for a fast growing organization. Reporting directly to the Executive Director, they will be responsible for overseeing the development of our team and organization so that we can effectively contribute to the tenant organizing and housing for all movement.

Senior Director of Real Estate Development

KIPP NYC

We are seeking an experienced Senior Director of Real Estate who will assume a critical role as KIPP NYC’s internal real estate expert. This person will lead a robust project team including real estate consultants and developers to simultaneously buy, lease, build and renovate a cohort of school facilities projects in the Bronx.

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