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Source: Make the Road New York
Subject: Profiles of MRNY
Type: Media Coverage

Job Openings at Make the Road

Make the Road by Walking carries out its mission through the hard work of our members, staff, interns and volunteers. Here are our current postings for full-time staff positions:

A Coordinator of Finance to act as the organization’s Chief Financial Officer, responsible for overall administration of internal accounting and financial matters.  Responsibilities will include the coordination of monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements and budgets; overseeing internal controls, accounting, and audits; ensuring compliance with and reporting on public and private funding contracts; human resources administration; and fund-raising activities.  A Bachelor’s Degree, or equivalent experience in accounting or a related field is desired.  So too is the ability to communicate in both Spanish and English.  We are looking for someone who is smart, committed to social justice, and willing to work hard, in cooperation with others and with attention to detail and timeliness. Email cover letter, resume, references and salary requirements to

A Director of Development, to oversee all aspects of fundraising to meet a projected annual budget of $4 million.  Responsibilities include proposal writing for public and private sector grantmakers; data management; supervision; donor cultivation and building our individual donor base; managing external organizational communications, publications and web page; coordinating senior staff fundraising activity; prospecting; and special events.  Relevant experience required. Salary commensurate with experience, approx $50-70K /yr. Email cover letter and resume to

A Schools Partnership Coordinator, to coordinate our programming and support services at two partner high schools, the Bushwick School for Social Justice (Bushwick, Brooklyn), and the Pan American International High School (Long Island City, Queens).  Responsibilities include supervising graduate Social Work interns conducting classroom workshops, youth organizing, and parent organizing activities; ensuring integration of students, families, and school staff into the ongoing work of our organization; growing our schools partnership work through fundraising and other activities; and ensuring program sustainability.  Strong writing skills and supervision experience required.  Bi-lingual English/Spanish and MSW preferred.  Salary commensurate with experience.  Email cover letter and resume to

MRBW offers a competitive salary and benefits package. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.  People of color, LGBT people and women encouraged to apply.