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 Office Manager is responsible for providing administrative support to the organization at-large. Further, the Office Manager will provide supervision to the Facilities Team in managing the use, care and state of the office environment. 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 staffing, care and use of FPWA’s meeting facilities, day-to-day office logistics, and serving as point of contact for callers and visitors.
FPWA seeks a full-time Operations Associate with a strong interest in technology and data analysis to assist with contracting, data management, operations planning and reporting across our functional areas. This position will perform administrative and support tasks related to the functioning of the organization, intersecting financial, office, human resource, and operations needs of the organization. The position is supervised by the Chief of Administration & Executive Affairs, and provides support to the Director of Finance and Human Resource Manager.
FPWA has an opportunity and is seeking a seasoned fundraising expert in individual giving, membership and/or major gifts for the role of Senior Development Manager. The Senior Development Manager, Individual/Donor Giving is a key leadership role within the Development team with responsibility to implement and execute a comprehensive long-term strategy to raise and increase funding through new giving societies (donor affinity networks or membership) for the organization. The position will play a critical role in connecting and translating our social justice and support of the greater New York’s social service and faith communities work to garnering new donors and increased funding.
The Development Associate will be a key player on the Development team and support our fundraising activities and grant writing with institutional and individual donors. The Associate will join a highly collaborative team and coordinate revenue activities to grow our current funder base that include proposal management, annual giving campaigns, gift tracking and processing, donor correspondence and donor relations.
The Development Associate will be a key player on the Development team and support our fundraising activities to increase individual giving and corporate sponsorships through the implementation of new fundraising strategies. The Associate will join a highly collaborative team and coordinate revenue activities to grow new donor acquisition that includes development of affinity and membership groups, donor research and prospecting, donor appeals, and coordinating donor engagement opportunities and events.
The Fiscal Policy Associate works closely with the Senior Fiscal Analyst and the Policy Director to advance FPWA’s mission through fiscal policy by performing quantitative analysis, building and maintaining data visualizations, and writing on city, state, and federal fiscal policies.
The Director of Outreach and Engagement leads the planning and execution of engagement and outreach actions and activities with community and faith-based member organizations, allies, and partner organizations. This role will work closely with the Chief Program and Policy Officer and Chief Executive Officer to develop a plan to expand and more effectively engage our membership in FPWA advocacy campaigns and program offerings.
This position works directly with the Development Manager and will be involved in high level participation in the development and implementation of new donor affinity networks. To support the development of this group, the Development intern will be responsible for event planning and coordination, cultivating and retaining new donors, conducting research on individuals for prospect development, database management/reporting, coordination of donor communications and drafting correspondence & formatting presentations for corporate donors and prospects. Candidates must have previous experience working in a fundraising department.
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).