The Rockefeller Brothers Fund is committed to attracting and maintaining a high-quality workforce to support our mission to advance social change that contributes to a more just, sustainable, and peaceful world. We are an equal opportunity employer and invite applications from candidates regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, or religion. The Fund offers a salary commensurate with qualifications and experience, a generous benefits package, and a pleasant work environment.
The Director of Communications develops opportunities and tools to realize the Fund’s commitment to transparency and accountability, and manages media relations. Reporting to the Vice President for Programs, the Director of Communications supervises the Communications Associate/Digital Specialist, and oversees communications-related consultants and vendors.
Reporting to the operations manager, the assistant is responsible for supporting smooth and efficient operations at the Fund’s Manhattan offices. S/he assists with audiovisual setup in conference rooms, event setup and cleanup, provides general maintenance of office copiers and printers, maintains supplies in mailrooms, and coordinates with vendors. S/he supports the Operations department by providing receptionist and support in the office café.
The Western Balkans program director will be responsible for leading the Fund’s overall institutional engagement in Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. S/he will develop and execute the Fund’s programmatic strategy in the region and will oversee existing and future grantmaking programs as well as advocacy initiatives with local, regional, and international bodies, governments, and partners.
Working with The Pocantico Center’s manager of public programs, the intern will assist with, and learn, the production and planning of cultural events, facilitation of artist residencies, designing of marketing materials, and the programming of the school garden program. Among the roster of artists performing and/or participating in the 2017 residency program will be the jazz musician Eric Revis, choreographer Josh Beamish, Carnegie Hall fellows and other artists.