FPWA is committed to employing people who reflect the diversity of our member agencies and the communities and people they serve.
**AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.
The Senior Policy Analyst – Criminal Justice is responsible for policy formulation and implementation of initiatives focused on promoting criminal justice policies and reforms that improve the social and economic well-being of low income New Yorkers.
The Senior Policy Analyst – Health is responsible for policy formulation and implementation of initiatives focused on promoting health policies that improve the social and economic well-being of low income New Yorkers.
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 Finance Intern will provide administrative support to FPWA’s Finance Office, which includes serving as back-up support to the Assistant Director of Finance. The intern must be a resident of New York City, currently enrolled in college and must be able to demonstrate financial need (receipt of a Pell grant or the Tuition Assistance Program funds in the upcoming academic year).