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The Policy Analyst is responsible for policy formulation, direction, and implementation of campaigns focused on promoting policies that improve the social and economic well-being of low income New Yorkers. FPWA recently completed our strategic plan and has the vision to be a driving force behind unparalleled upward mobility for New York’s most vulnerable. The Analyst is a critical position to achieving this vision, and we are looking for a dynamic and strategic new team member who has the broad skills and passion needed to implement large-scale change.
The Budget and Policy Analyst is responsible for the analysis and interpretation of budget and policy priorities at the national, state, and local levels, with a particular focus on impacts on the social and economic well-being of low-income New Yorkers. The position involves collecting and analyzing data, developing accessible policy documents, and examining pending legislative and policy options.
The Development Associate is responsible for providing logistical & administrative support to specific fundraising and fund development initiatives, including special events, grants, and donor development, including management of all fundraising, tracking, and reporting. The position will work closely with other internal teams to develop grant narrative and financial proposals and reports.
The HR Manager is responsible for management and delivery of all human resources administration for FPWA. The HR Manager plays a critical role in employee on-boarding inclusive of recruitment, hiring and succession planning; benefits management and analysis; managing to maintain high-performing HR function including performance management and records management; and, other essential activities which build and maintain an effective workplace.
The Office Manager is responsible for providing administrative support to the Facilities team and organization at-large. They must be able to respond quickly and with good judgment. They must be able to interact in a professional and respectful manner with all those who engage with the organization and have a strong work ethic. The role is comprised of three key responsibilities: managing and coordinating use of FPWA’s meeting facilities, day-to-day office logistics, and serving as point of contact for callers and visitors as reception.
FPWA is seeking a graduate-school level development intern to work with the Development team in increasing our annual revenue goals through the development and execution of a restricted funding project. The intern would help develop and implement fundraising strategies to meet defined revenue goals per project to support identified FPWA programmatic areas or initiatives.
This position supports our Institutional Giving area that has achieved growth of over 50% year-to-year. This intern will conduct research on corporations and foundations for grant opportunities, Synthesize donor research and report to development and organizational leadership on weekly basis, draft correspondence, letters of inquiry and grant proposal language, Assist with donor database data entry and systems development and Play a role in developing sponsorship packets, assisting with events and creating online fundraising vehicles.
This position reports to the Director of Development and will help the team to cultivate, Engage and retain new and existing donors, Conduct research on individuals for prospect development, Synthesize donor research and report to development and organizational leadership on weekly basis, Support the development of a young leaders affinity network and annual campaign activities.
This position works directly with the Chief of Development & Communications Officer to support event planning and logistical planning of donor outreach for the Board and executive/senior leadership, coordination of donor communications and drafting correspondence & formatting presentations for Board and major donors, assisting with information collection and distribution high level participation in the development and implementation of major donor affinity group and working on reporting from the database. Candidates must have previous experience working in a fundraising department.