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Current Openings

We are accepting resumes with cover letter for the following open positions at Ronald McDonald House New York:

Purpose/Role

The Director of Major Gifts advances the mission of Ronald McDonald House New York (RMH-NY) by increasing the level of involvement and philanthropic commitment from individuals through prescribed levels of giving. This position will be responsible for the planning and implementation of programs, projects, and activities designed to seek, receive and administer significant charitable investment through individual, principal and planned gifts including stewardship. This position reports to the Director of Development and supports the leadership guidance for the team.

Essential Functions
  • Maintain and further develop a long-term major donor program that results in the solicitation and closing of five-, six-, and seven-figure gifts; maintain a portfolio of 200+ major donors, energize the leadership giving society, create opportunities for donor cultivation and stewardship, and explore planned giving opportunities
  • Expand the number of individuals and families in the donor pipeline by researching potential donors, qualifying their capacity, and moving them through the cultivation to solicitation process; build and maintain and manage key relationships with current, past and potential donors
  • In coordination with other leadership, work one-on-one with board members to introduce new prospects to the House, write talking points, organize meetings/tours and assist in identifying new board members
  • Support the Director of Development with oversight, leadership and informal coaching for the Development Team while inspiring innovate approaches to fundraising; provide direct supervision to the Donor Relations Associate and Donor Database Coordinator
  • Develop and monitor consistent mechanisms for reporting Major Gift Program results, producing reports for senior leadership and benchmarking both internally and externally
Responsibilities 
  • Work with the Director of Development to development strategic plans, establish financial goals, benchmarks and reports to present to RMH-NY leadership team and Board of Directors
  • Serve a key leadership role in the organization; work closely with the President and Chief Executive Officer; partner with other key members of staff to develop opportunities for donor engagement
  • Assist in the implementation of programs to solicit philanthropic support from corporate sponsors and foundations; working closely with other program Directors throughout the organizatio
  • Stays abreast of philanthropy trends and issues affecting philanthropy in all established interest areas of Ronald McDonald House New York
  • Partner with all staff to ensure significant donors with multi-year solicitation, cultivation and stewardship plans and attend each event
  • Work with respective team leads around signature RMH-NY events to cultivate prospective donors, engage with current donors and revitalize past donors
    Qualifications and Competencies
    • Minimum seven (7) years of fundraising experience including at least three (3) years of direct Major Gifts experience
    • Demonstrated expertise in major gift fundraising methodologies, planned giving modalities and stewardship with a strong track record of securing a minimum of six-figure gifts
    • Knowledge of philanthropy landscape and trends, particularly in NYC
    • Supervisory experience with leading a team; performance management and development
    • Superb communication skills (written, verbal and interpersonal) with an ability to communicate in a timely and appropriate fashion
    • Strong presentation and public speaking skills; experience giving tours or demonstrations a plus
    • Ability to be intimately informed to leverage skills in: agility with negotiations/requests, intuitive toleverage resources, and clarity to see new opportunities possible for creation
    • Flexible work-style with ability to adjust priorities, multi-task, meet deadlines and manage timeappropriately in a dynamic environment
    • Team-oriented focus; tuned-in and engaged with the needs of the department and organization
    • Hospitable personality: welcoming, positive demeanor, resourceful, attentive, compassionate,observant, intuitive and engaging
    • Polished and professional with the ability to garner trust and confidence of senior staff, including program leaders, board members and donors
    • Demonstrated networking skills adept in meeting new people, creating connections and winning them over
    • Successful experience working with C-suite members from Fortune 100 companies, institutional leaders, and high net worth individuals
    • Excellent attention to detail, well-organized, and ability to collect and manage qualitative and quantitative data
    • Self-motivated strategic thinker with a proven record working independently and achieving results
    • Strong knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word); other central database platforms (e.g. Raisers’ Edge) a plus
    • Knowledge of additional language(s) a plus
    • Must be able to work some early mornings, nights, weekends and holidays for key events
    Summary/Objective

    Van Drivers at the Ronald McDonald House New York (RMH-NY) serve as Operations Associates. Operations Associates are responsible for providing full support across various roles within the Operations Department. This Associate often serves as the first point of contact for families and will be responsible for maintaining a nurturing environment with guests, volunteers and other staff members. This person is a passionate contributor to the success of the House that strives to deliver a seamless circle of support to each family.

    Essential Functions: 
    • Drive RMH-NY vehicles to and from, partnering hospitals, schools and other community partners; dropping off and picking up passengers, donations or supplies
    • Execute the functions of the role while calmly operating under pressure with a sense of urgency in order to multi-task and balance the needs of the families
    • Help passengers in and out of vehicles when needed; load and unload materials for pickup and delivery while ensuring distribution to proper storage areas
    • Support housekeeping team with cleaning duties (mopping, sweeping, trash removal) of public spaces including restrooms, kitchens, dining room
    • Provide timely and thorough documentation, logs, maintenance sheets, and incident reports; retain and submit receipts for tolls, gas and tickets
    • Daily cleaning and proactive maintenance of vehicles (inside and outside) to ensure a sanitary environment and safety of the vehicles
    • Maintain professional relationships, discretion, and confidentiality with all passengers, guests, and community partners: notify management of inappropriate activities
    • Position requires the ability to sit, stand, and bend for extended periods of time; the ability to lift, push, pull or carry items weighing up to 50 lbs.
    Responsibilities:
    • Communicate effectively with front desk and management regarding the coordination and status of transport for guests and staff in a timely manner
    • Support management and all other departments with various activities, projects, and events.
    • Set up and breakdown equipment and material for in-house events and functions 
    • Monitoring and rotation of stock inventory; maintaining adequate supplies or components before depletion in all storage locations
    • Be attentive and observant of all parts of the facility and operations to ensure a safe and secure environment for all guests and volunteers; report violations or concerns in a timely fashion
    • Serve as a resource for families, guests, staff, volunteers, donors and other community members
    Qualifications & Competencies
    • Must have a valid Driver's License for 5 consecutive years and NYS Driver’s License for at least 2 years with a clean motor vehicle record, clear background, and clear drug test
    • Must work weekends and holidays; willing to work flexible hours and some overtime as needed
    • Must have a GED or a High School Diploma
    • Must be able to sit, stand, and bend for extended periods of time; and able to lift, push, pull or carry items weighing up to 50 lbs.
    • Strong verbal communication skills; positive and respectful interpersonal skills
    • Ability to remain professional yet compassionate when interacting with families in crisis
    • Ability to calmly operate under pressure with a sense of urgency in order to multi-task and balance the needs of the families
    • Hospitable demeanor when interacting with guests and community partners
    • Ability to collaborate and participate as a flexible, responsive team member
    • Ability to work independently, make decisions, problem solve, and adhere to priorities
    • Must be adaptable to changes of routes, schedules, and needs of passengers and staff
    • Working knowledge of computer software (Microsoft Office, CRM systems)
    • Experience working with children, people with disabilities or illness a plus
    • Bi-lingual is a plus
    Summary/Objective

    The Development Coordinator reports to the Director of Development and is a member of the Development Team. This position drives the administrative, logistics, tracking and correspondence needs for the department and fundraising events throughout the year.

    Essential Functions: 
    • Maintain day-to-day administrative needs including communications, files, records, materials and office supplies for the Development Department
    • Send detailed and personalized correspondence with senior level C-suite clientele including mass mailings utilizing mail merge technology; sending thank you letters, requests, action items, or campaigns
    • Process monthly invoices, track payments and deliverables from vendors specific to the department; sending applicable reports to the Director for budgetary tracking
    • Detailed data entry into Raiser’s Edge recording specific contact information and demographics; ensure consistency, uniformity, and consolidation of information with peers
    • Create reports and gather analytics to inform and drive content used for internal and external communications including messaging for donors, board reports, and campaigns
    • Act as the front-line customer service representative for all internal and external inquires; appropriately redirect and prioritize all phone calls, emails or requests
    • Work closely with staff and consultants to provide hands-on support at numerous events with planning and on-site execution
    Responsibilities:
    • Work with Finance/Accounting Department to record monetary donations into Raiser’s Edge software (checks/charges) received from fundraising events
    • Support event logistics: coordination of materials, collateral distribution, communication with event planners, vendors and attendees, relevant reporting
    • Generate tailored invoices for accounts receivable tracking payments and deliverables for the department
    • Lead data entry and updates on internal Dashboard; posting status updates and progress on numerous projects daily; assist with training of other staff on utilization
    • Serve as main contact between with the State Registration vendors to facilitate contract updates, signatures, etc.
    • Create necessary materials for events including name badges, auction bid sheets, agendas, programs and various promotional materials
    • Monitor department promotional materials to help ensure a centralized message; working closely with consultants, design firm and internal stakeholders on flyers, save-the-dates, signage, etc.
    • Support with gathering and organization of key materials for board meetings and audits
    • Server as main administrator and contact for matching gift platform; help ensure donor gifts are being matched and answer questions regarding the process
    • Secure catering, florist, messenger or other services as requested
    • Be attentive and observant of all parts of the facility and operations to ensure a safe and secure environment for all staff and guests; report violations or concerns in a timely fashion
    • Serve as a resource for staff, families, guests, volunteers, donors and other community members
    Qualifications & Competencies
    • High School diploma or GED required; Bachelor’s Degree preferred
    • Minimum of 3 years' experience working in related fields; experience with C-suite level or donor relations preferred
    • Stellar attention-to-detail and organization skills especially as it relates to record-keeping and correspondences
    • Exceptional verbal and written communication ability with successful interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with colleagues, donors, and leaders at all levels are required
    • Demonstrated ability to manage digital records; experience with Blackbaud’s Raisers Edge or any CRM platforms or similar databases preferred
    • Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint/Publisher) required; Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator, InDesign, and Canva preferred
    • Team-oriented, hospitable and customer service focused personality displaying a professional and friendly demeanor; ready to jump in and support the team and organization
    • Excellent time management skills needed to handle multiple, concurrent projects with strict deadlines; ability to operate under pressure
    • Experience with accounts payable/receivable, invoicing, budgets, or expense reports preferred
    • Knowledge of Development Department functions including fundraising nuances and donor relationship building a plus
    • Must be able to work some evenings, weekends or holidays for events
    • Notary a plus
    Summary/Objective

    The Programs Associate, hospitality Cart is responsible for overseeing the Hospitality Cart program at several of Ronald McDonald House New York’s partnering hospitals, managing volunteers, as well as being a supporting team member of the larger programs department. As an extension of Ronald McDonald House New York, this individual will represent the organization in day to day operations of the Hospitality cart program.

    Essential Functions: 
    • Work with the Programs Coordinator to maintain budget for program
    • Manage Volunteers for Hospitality Cart Program in collaboration with the Volunteer Coordinator to ensure coverage as scheduled and quality service delivery to families at partnering hospitals
    • Regular visits to hospitals to ensure inventory management and space is maintained to standards
    • Work with the Programs Coordinator to maintain budget for program
    • Integrate survey assessment component and track relevant data to demonstrate program impact in collaboration with the Programs Coordinator
    • Maintain active communication with Outreach Partner Hospitals’ personnel including site visits, meetings, phone calls, email, and other ways which result in strengthening and enriching the RMH-NY hospital partnership objectives
    Responsibilities:
    • Maintain designated spaces in partnering hospitals for storing of the Hospitality cart and supplies
    • Align program offerings with specific population needs for continuous improvement
    • Regular travel to outer borough partner hospital is required
    • Provide coverage to the Hospitality Cart program in absence of volunteer support
    • Work closely with the Programs Manager to provide support for overall RMH-NY Programs as needed including coverage.
    • Be attentive and observant of all parts of the facility and operations to ensure a safe and secure environment for all staff and guests; report violations or concerns in a timely fashion
    • Serve as a resource for families, guests, staff, volunteers, donors and other community members
    Qualifications & Competencies
    • High School Diploma (or equivalent) required, Preferred BA or BS
    • Ability to lift 35 pounds
    • Driving is a plus
    • Must successfully gain clearance with our partnering hospitals including an additional background check (anything else I can elaborate here)
    • Work with Children/Families in Crisis
    • Leadership
    • CPR
    • Team-oriented personality
    • Ability to multi-task
    • Strong communication skills including conflict resolution
    • Ability to manage time effectively
    • Ability to motivate others
    Summary/Objective

    The Graphic Designer serves as a key component of the Communications team at Ronald McDonald House New York (RMH-NY) to advance the organization’s brand and increase community knowledge and engagement. Coordinators support the branding, communications, and collateral design needs for the Ronald McDonald House New York including special projects and events.

    Essential Functions: 
    • Design and produce print material across all channels including printed and digital brochures/manuals, signage and marketing collateral for events, print and digital ads, swag and social media graphics
    • Project manage and execute all design projects, working with any and all internal departments to ensure timely and economical deliverables, prioritizing projects, and deftly managing expectations
    • Maintain and co-manage vendor relationships with printers and production houses following our execution standards
    • Strategize and brainstorm with the team, across departments and with external vendors and consultants to collectively produce strong creative designs that “tell a story”
    Responsibilities:
    • Design collateral for digital advertising campaigns and promotional materials across multiple platforms that are compelling, effective, and on-brand
    • Set standards, review and edit communication pieces, and educate staff members through branded materials to ensure compliance with RMHC's branding guidelines; adherence to RMH-NY’s mission and vision; and relevance for both external and internal audiences
    • Organize and maintain photo library as well as department’s graphics filing system, archive and historical data
    • Serve as a member of various cross-functional teams or committees to aid in streamlining and standardizing communications internally and externally
    • Manage RMH-NY's annual publications plan for external communications, developing and maintaining the master content calendar for publications and digital properties
    • Support the Director of Communications & Volunteers in managing and leveraging additional partnerships and relationships with key vendors and consultants
    • Contribute to the development of the annual Communications Plan, making recommendations for the execution of communications activities across departments, and preparing recaps, analyses, and reports for leadership
    • Support ongoing communications and marketing work and provide support in the absence of others on the team
    • Assist with special events including planning, preparation, as well as on-site event management and coordination
    • Provide direct support on the execution of key activities including administrative responsibilities, fundraising activities and programming
    • Continuously track, measure, evaluate and report on the achievement of communication goals with a focus on recommending and incorporating improvements as appropriate
    • Be attentive and observant of all parts of the facility and operations to ensure a safe and secure environment for all staff and guests; report violations or concerns in a timely fashion
    • Serve as a resource for staff, families, guests, volunteers, donors and other community members
    Qualifications & Competencies
    • High School Diploma required with a certification or degree in Graphic Design; training or experience in Marketing, Advertising, Design, Communications or a related field is a plus
    • At least 2 years of professional experience in Graphic Design
    • Demonstrated proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Acrobat Pro, Cloud) and Microsoft Office (Excel/Word/PowerPoint/Outlook); experience with additional software, data management or design platforms a plus
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a keen attention to details and design aesthetic
    • Ability to vocalize and contribute ideas, collaborate and participate as a flexible, responsive team member
    • Demonstrated and strong organizational and administrative skills, including managing multiple deadlines and event planning
    • Ability to work independently, make decisions, problem solve, and adhere to priorities with while working in a fast-paced, multi-tasking environment
    • Demonstrated ability to effectively listen, evaluate and react to key members, stakeholders, providers and internal/external clients
    • Positive and respectful interpersonal skills; ability to remain professional yet compassionate when interacting with families in crisis
    • Hospitable personality: resourceful, attentive, intuitive, observant, positive and helpful demeanor able to manage relationships with internal personnel, leadership, volunteers and external partners
    • Ability to work some nights, weekends and holidays for events
    • Knowledge of additional language(s) a plus
    • A portfolio of work is required and will be reviewed to qualify for this position
    Summary/Objective

    The Hospital Outreach Associate is responsible for coordinating and maintaining day to day Hospital Outreach Programs including: contact with Social Workers at partner hospitals, RMH-NY Programs staff, and families.

    Essential Functions: 
    • Support the implementation of designated RMH-NY programs at identified partner hospitals (including outer borough hospitals in Elmhurst, Staten Island and Kings County)
    • Effectively coordinate external vendors and volunteers and build meaningful and strong relationships to further the mission of the organization
    • Implement and track survey evaluations and assessments to demonstrate impact and reporting to senior leadership
    • Collaborate with and support Hospital Outreach and Child Life Specialist to implement quarterly outreach activities with partnering hospitals in an effective way to achieve positive beneficial results for children, siblings, parents/caregivers, and hospital personnel.  Including development and production of communication materials
    Responsibilities:
    • Support overall programming at Ronald McDonald House New York including In-House programs and special events as requested and coverage needs of the Programs team
    • Maintain active communication with partnering hospitals’ personnel including site visits, meetings, phone calls, email, and other ways that result in strengthening and enriching the RMH-NY hospital partnership objectives
    • Engage and manage volunteers as needed in partnership with the Volunteer Coordinator and Hospital Outreach Manager.
    • Handle waivers, records, flyers and sign-up sheets related to the program assigned and place all information
    • Serve as a resource for families, guests, staff, volunteers, donors and other community members
    Qualifications & Competencies
    • Minimum BA or BS in related field and experience working with children, people with disabilities, or illness. Background in Child Life is a plus.
    • 3-5+ years’ experience in healthcare, nonprofit agency or other similar area preferred
    • Successful background in personal time management, leadership of staff and volunteers
    • Strong relationship building skills
    • Proven track record of success in human service careers
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and other computer skills 
    • Strong recruiting and training skills
    • Bilingual a plus
    Summary/Objective

    Serving as a subject matter expert, the Payroll & Benefits Specialist works in the Human Resources Department of Ronald McDonald House New York to actively lead, coordinate, and support staff for payroll, benefits, billing, and compliance needs. This position reports to the HR Generalist, Assistant Director of Human Resources. 

    Essential Functions: 
    • Manage HR support functions to timely and accurately process all personnel lifecycle activities
    • Administer bi-weekly payroll processing using HRIS system (ADP), tracking all regular and ad-hoc deductions, changes and adjustments; respond to payroll inquiries from staff and vendors
    • Serve as lead administrator for personnel recordkeeping; filing, personnel action tracking compliance, documentation and reporting ensuring accuracy for audits and HR/Finance analysis
    • Process and manage benefits enrollments, billing, changes, verifications; maintain employee database, files, compliance for onboarding and offboarding new and terminating personnel
    Responsibilities:
    • Maintain all personnel records; ensuring timely filing, recording, updating, accuracy while consistently audit-ready; ensure distribution and receipt of required employee notices or policies
    • Process bi-weekly payroll, ensuring tracking and accurate benefits changes, pay codes, tax withholdings, garnishments, adjustments      and        payroll deductions;        submit monthly/quarterly/annual reports to Controller
    • Coordinate and execute new hire paperwork, complete enrollments (health, STD/LTD/life insurance, FSAs, retirement and voluntary offerings) and onboarding, as well as offboarding and paperwork for terminating personnel; lead the annual benefits Open Enrollment communications, meetings, trainings and administration
    • Monitor and ensure accurate completion of timecards weekly, create and distribute monthly attendance reports to management, evaluate and escalate trends or problems regarding attendance, address all leave-of-absence requests (medical, personal, workers’ compensation, disability, FMLA, PFL or unpaid leave) and execute, monitor and track all corresponding paperwork
    • Verify the calculation of and process billing for premium statements for all group insurance and benefit offering policies; maintain statistical data relative to premiums, claims and costs; resolve administrative problems or changes with the carrier representatives
    • Administer, monitor and track medical/paid leave/disability/unemployment/workers’ compensation claims, qualifying life event changes to benefits ensuring timely communication with personnel, management and vendors; ensure all legal compliances are up to date: ACA reporting, mandated posters and notifications
    • Serve as lead point of contact for benefits vendors, brokers and providers; partner with HR
    • Generalist and team on key findings, benefit trends and strategic HR initiatives
    • Document, record and develop current and new policies and procedures of all HR-related tasks driving consistent enforcement
    • Assist HR Generalist and CFO in obtaining statistics and information in renewal process of any health, life and retirement plans that benefit the company
    • Keep up-to-date and informed on federal/state/city labor laws, compliance rules and mandated reporting requirements and best practices in the field
    • Maintain and update company organizational charts, directories, handbooks and RMH-NY equipment or property distribution and other requested reports as needed
    • Serve as a representative for HR department; lead meetings, conduct relevant trainings or presentations, support inter-departmental major events or functions
    • Be attentive and observant of all parts of the facility and operations to ensure a safe and secure environment for all staff and guests; report violations or concerns in a timely fashion
    • Serve as a resource for staff, families, guests, volunteers, donors and other community members
    Qualifications & Competencies
    • High school diploma or equivalent with at least 3 years of relevant experience; Bachelor’s degree in related field, PHR, or SHRM-CP preferred
    • At least 3 years of experience administering payroll, benefits, HRIS management, timecard tracking, FLSA/PFL/ACA regulations for exempt and non-exempt employees; experience with a 24/7 operation a plus
    • Extraordinary organization skills with meticulous attention to detail while ensuring security of files, data management and other confidential communications
    • Ability to collect and manage qualitative and quantitative data; experience creating reports with key content presented effectively
    • Extensive knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint); other software platforms such as ADP or other HRIS systems preferred
    • Flexible work-style with ability to adjust priorities, multi-task, and manage time appropriately in a dynamic environment; team-oriented support focused while also demonstrating initiative and independence
    • Superb communication skills (written, verbal, interpersonal and public speaking) able to communicate in a timely and appropriate fashion with a professional and compassionate approach
    • Hospitable personality: resourceful, attentive, intuitive, observant, positive and helpful demeanor able to manage relationships with internal personnel, leadership and external vendors
    • Able to sit at a desk and work on a computer for prolonged periods of time; frequent standing and bending is required for filing
    • Able to lift/push/pull/carry up to 15 pounds
    • Able to work some early mornings, nights, weekends and holidays
    • Knowledge of additional language(s) a plus
    Summary/Objective

    The Family Room Associate supports the NYC Health/Hospitals Elmhurst Family Room in Queens for the Ronald McDonald House New York (RMH-NY). The Family Room Coordinator serves as a key component of the Programs team to advance the organization’s mission to serve and increase community knowledge and engagement.

    Essential Functions: 
    • This individual is accountable for all Family Room operations, including the development and implementation of programs and services, assisting and supporting guests, and facility maintenance in accordance with established policies and operating procedures. In collaboration with hospital volunteer programs and RMH-NY Volunteer coordinator
    • As an extension of Ronald McDonald House New York, this individual will represent the organization and will work closely with the House team and hospital management
    • Uphold policies concerning eligibility of people permitted to use the Family Room. Imperative to maintain communication with key medical staff and relevant personnel as well as parents/legal guardians of pediatric patient 
    • Responsible for enforcing operations, procedures and policies
    • Be consistent with the mission of RMH-NY in providing support and service to guests in specific pediatric departments: NICU, PICU, Pediatrics, Behavioral Health
    • Establish and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholders including families, donors, hospital management and other RMH-NY internal key relationships
    • In collaboration with hospital volunteer programs and RMH-NY Volunteer Coordinator, ensure recruitment, screening, training and evaluation of volunteer to support Family Room operations
    Responsibilities:
    • Go to or call Pediatric, PICU, NICU and Behavioral Health units to encourage caregivers coming into the Family Room
    • Provide supplies for ongoing operation of the Family Room (snacks, laundry supplies, refreshments, creamers, cups/napkins) daily
    • Maintain Log Book that oversees the Day-to-Day Operations and record quantitative measure of the impact of families served
    • Develop and execute non-clinical programs/events to increase family engagement and build awareness
    • Report matters of concern in a timely manner to the Director of Programs and participate in the resolution
    • Collaborate with Family Room team at NYC Health/Hospitals Kings Country in Brooklyn
    • Be attentive and observed of all parts of the space/facility to ensure a safe and secure environment for all staff and guests.
    • Serve as a resource for families, guests, staff, volunteers, donors and other community members
    Qualifications & Competencies
    • High School Diploma or equivalent
    • Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in a guest facing role; previous hotel, hospital, special event or hospitality experience a plus
    • Must be able to work nights and weekends Experience and proficiency with Microsoft Office skills (Excel/Word/PowerPoint)
    • Strong organizational and administrative skills; ability to maintain a clean and welcoming environment for guest
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills; positive and respectful interpersonal skills
    • Ability to remain professional yet compassionate when interacting with families in crisis
    • Hospitable demeanor when interacting with caregivers, medical staff or visitors
    • Experience working with children, people with disabilities or illness a plus
    • Ability to collaborate and participate as a flexible, responsive team member 
    • Ability to work independently, make decisions problem solve, and adhere to priorities
    • Demonstrates ability to effectively listen, evaluate and react to sensitive members, provider and internal/external clients.
    • Bi-lingual preferred (English/French/Creole/Spanish)

    Click here to apply to become a part of the Ronald McDonald House NY. Should you have any questions, please reach out to the Human Resources Department, careers@rmh-newyork.org. Only complete applications will be considered.


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    Ronald McDonald House New York believes that all employees are entitled to Equal Employment Opportunity. We do not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, age, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, veterans, citizenship status, or any other legally protected characteristic while meeting the mental and physical requirements for the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.