Below is a list of current opportunities in the Mayor’s Office as of April 3, 2017. All of these postings can be found on our newly re-designed website: bit.ly/nycmojobs.
DCAS-Deputy Commissioner of Facilities Management (#284095) –Under the direction of the First Deputy Commissioner, the Deputy Commissioner will lead the Facility Operations, Building Services, and Tenant Services, Capital Construction, and Fire Safety units. The candidate should possess excellent managerial ability, including significant experience in facilities management; extensive knowledge of asset and resource management; Candidates should also have in-depth knowledge of NYC government, particularly as to the City’s real estate assets and their management.
DCAS–Deputy Commissioner of Real Estate Services ( #284092) Under the direction of the Commissioner, the Deputy Commissioner will lead the Leasing, Planning, Design & Project Management, Strategic Initiatives, and Financial Services units. The candidate should possess excellent managerial ability, including significant experience in commercial real estate portfolio management; extensive knowledge of asset and resource management. Candidates should also have in-depth knowledge of NYC government, particularly as to the City’s real estate assets and their management.
DCAS Deputy Chief of Staff (# 285302) – The NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services is looking for an experienced, strategic programs manager with strong policy analysis skills to be the Deputy Chief of Staff. The Deputy Chief of Staff will work closely with the Chief of Staff and executive team to drive agency operational and policy priorities. The candidate will perform complex research and prepare detailed summaries, progress and tracking reports on various programs; serve as a liaison to agency staff, other government entities and the general public and guide the Chief of Staff in decisions affecting major policy and procedural changes.
DCAS– Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff ( # 285188) – will work closely with the Chief of Staff to conduct research, develop briefings, drive priorities, manage projects, and coordinate administrative responsibilities for the Chief of Staff, including scheduling and correspondence. The candidate should have strong experience preparing high-impact visual presentations; Exemplary experience in research, writing and editing skills; Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact with staff at all levels.
HRA/ Young Men’s Initiative – Program Manager ( # 285067) YMI is seeking a Program Manager who has familiarity with program management, research, and evaluation related to poverty and issues facing young people of color. The Program Manager will support multiple research and project needs of the initiative, relationships with city agencies and community partners, and daily support of the YMI leadership team.
Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York – Social Innovation Fund Program Coordinator – The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, in partnership with the Center for Economic Opportunity (the Center) and The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), oversees the Connections to Care program (C2C), a $30 million public-private partnership testing the integration of mental health support at community-based organizations serving low-income and at-risk populations that struggle with unmet mental health needs. The SIF Program Coordinator supports the implementation and contract management of C2C. The Program Coordinator will report to the C2C Senior Advisor and the Director of the Social Innovation Fund. To apply please a cover letter and resume to SIF@cityhall.nyc.gov.
DORIS – Manager, Public Programming and Development (# 284596) -The Manager of Public Programming and Development is responsible for preparing and implementing a strategic plan for programming, outreach and education initiatives at the Department of Records and Information Services. The candidate should have 5-8 years of experience in managing programming and/or development teams; Results-oriented with a track records in successful outreach and programming initiatives.
DOT- Deputy Diversity Officer– (#280598) The Deputy Diversity Officer will work under general to limited supervision and perform a variety of professional and administrative duties in support of the day to day operations of the Diversity & Equal Employment Opportunity Office. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of project management and ability to drive programs that support the organization’s workforce diversity, inclusiveness, and retention opportunities. The candidate should possess strong analytical skills and ability to translate metrics, research, and trends into strategy. In addition to an ability to build and maintain positive relationships internally and externally, the candidate must be a team player with excellent written and verbal communications skills.
ORR – Chief of Staff (#17825) – The Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency is now seeking a Chief of Staff to increase collaboration and accountability across teams, facilitate strategic thinking, planning and execution, and develop management systems and procedures. This is not an administrative role; it is highly strategic and facilitative, requiring a combination of focus and flexibility, as well as a willingness to play an active, behind-the-scenes role. As the Director’s confidante and advisor, this role requires a highly resourceful individual with strong emotional intelligence, self-motivation and strong analytical skills. The Chief of Staff will also monitor finance and administration, operations and human resources functions of the ORR, and liaise with the appropriate agencies and points of contact in the Mayor’s Office, as necessary.