Here at NOW-NYC and Women’s Justice NOW, we have a proud legacy of standing up for equality and an unshakeable record of winning stronger laws and policies to improve women’s lives. We’re a small (and growing), nimble team, at-the-ready to build leadership and take action. Are you interested in joining us to ignite change for the women and girls of New York?
Director of Advocacy & Communications
The Director of Advocacy & Communications will be responsible for translating the vision of NOW-NYC and Women’s Justice NOW into relevant and timely campaigns, both online and on-the-ground. As the lead communications staff person, the Director of Advocacy & Communications will also develop and maintain relationships with the press and act as the chief point of contact for media.
We are looking for a strategic thinker and outstanding communicator to lead our team of grassroots activists, interns and staff to achieve legislative, policy and cultural change to advance women’s rights. The ideal candidate will bring keen political insight, campaign know-how, and an organizer’s sensibility to aligning the pursuit of short-term wins with long-term values and goals.
Read the full job listing including key responsibilities and qualifications here.
*Note: Applications due by priority deadline of April 15, 2022.
The Development Manager will build and implement a targeted development program for NOW-NYC and Women’s Justice NOW focusing on:
- Executing, growing, and maximizing the fundraising potential of our successful annual benefit, the Women of Power & Influence Awards.
- Building our individual and legacy giving, and membership programs into thriving sources of support for the organization.
- Developing relationships and securing foundation grants.
- Creating strategic partnerships and identifying potential sponsorships within the business community.
Read the full job listing here.
Updated March 2022.
How to apply
Submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your skills and experience relevant to the position to [email protected]. Clearly indicate which position you are applying for in the subject line of your email. No phone calls please.
NOW-NYC is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage applications from people of any race, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status or underrepresented groups.