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Tipo de contrato
Contract / Freelance
Fecha de inicio
31 de mayo de 2024
Nivel de Experiencia
USD $45.000 - $55.000 / año


Looking for a person with a deep commitment to helping create a more equitable city, who likes communicating with people, is very organized, and can work on complex interpersonal, administrative and computer-based tasks.


We are One Community:

One Community is dedicated to making Fort Greene/Clinton Hill, Brooklyn a more equitable neighborhood. Acting with community partners, we initiate projects that immediately change people’s lives. Some of our programs include:

  1. Sharing Network - This nationally recognized program addresses the deterioration of emotional and cognitive health and loneliness in isolated seniors. In small conversation groups over the phone, participants are able to meet multiple times weekly and enjoy a variety of offerings, from chair yoga, cooking, crochet, Latin/Gospel/Oldies music, art history, politics, health and arts and crafts. Trained moderators encourage supportive social interaction.  They include educators from the Brooklyn Museum and Brooklyn Botanic Garden, a music therapist, a cookbook author and an eight-time Grammy Award winner.
  2. Fresh Pantries - We address the issue of food insecurity by providing predictable, ample, nutritious and appealing assortment of food to over 900 local families – 2,400 people – weekly. At four different New York City Housing Authority developments in the Fort Greene/Clinton Hill neighborhoods – and through various partner distributions – volunteers distribute dry goods, fresh produce, meat, and dairy products for three meals for three days a week in stretching average yearly incomes of $25,000 by $4,000 a year.
  3. Liftoffs – We offer people 14-24 years of age an array of fun, interesting, and challenging modules which have included brand design, bike mechanics, carpentry, theater improv, urban design, and documentary filmmaking. The intent is to present alternatives to the mindsets and patterns of behavior that often lead to violence and other counter-productive outcomes and widen participants’ horizons.


 Job Summary: The Administrator will be a first point of contact for One Community and the main administrator of the organization’s programs.

Typical Responsibilities: 

  • Assist the project managers with programmatic administration in office and on-site.
  • Answer inquiries and be first point of contact for the organization.
  • Participate in program management meetings.
  • Maintain program databases.
  • Maintain, organize, and reconcile records, programmatic and financial.
  • Maintain relations with funders and meet funders’ record keeping, reporting and requisitioning requirements.
  • Stock the office and programs with supplies and equipment.
  • Complete employee payroll with oversight from managers.
  • Write and proofread grant requests, correspondence and reports.
  • Provide input to the development and facilitation of new programs.
  • Design, print, and coordinate distribution of outreach materials.
  • Step into new tasks as needed for executing programs.



  • Bachelor’s degree, and/or 2 years administrative experience. 
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Excellent computer skills, including: One Drive, Word, Outlook, Excel, Adobe, Google Suite, Canva.
  • Excellent organizational skills. 
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Keen attention to detail.
  • Overall flexibility and ability to meet multiple deadlines. 

Helpful, but not necessary: 

  • Experience with grant administration.
  • Knowledge of project management software, including Salesforce, Quickbooks, or CRM.
  • Experience in graphic design, social media, and video editing.
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish, English/Chinese).
  • Lives in the neighborhood served.

Looking for a person with a deep commitment to helping create a more equitable city, who likes communicating with people, is very organized, and can work on complex interpersonal, administrative and computer-based tasks.


We are One…

Nivel de Idiomas

Bilingual in Spanish or Chinese a plus.

Bilingual in Spanish or Chinese a plus.


13 Greene Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238, USA

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To Apply:

Please apply in-app or send a cover letter and resume to Your application will not be considered without both of these documents.

Qualified candidates will be asked to submit a writing sample which is their own work and which shows their analytic ability.

Questions:  please send an email to Greta Parr at or call ‪(646) 847-9384.

Women/Non-Binary/TGNC, People of Color, Veterans, and People with Disabilities strongly encouraged to apply.

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