PCDC is looking for a strategic communications professional to join our Advocacy and Communications team and help expand our marketing communications and media relations capacities. The Communications Manager will bring experience in digital and print communications to create compelling content and tell stories about our work to build, transform, and ensure access to primary care for all. Reporting to the Director of Communications, the Communications Manager will be responsible for the successful development and execution of PCDC’s communications activities to support our overall mission and strategic direction.
The Electrical Technician is a critical member of FHL’s Facilities team. Under the general supervision of the Chief Maintenance Technician and the Director of Facilities and Engineering, the Electrical Technician will take the lead role in maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing the High Line’s and High Line Headquarters’ lighting and electrical systems. The individual must also be willing to perform maintenance tasks for the High Line’s unique infrastructure as part of a team.
The Development Coordinator reports to the Associate Director of Development and works closely with the Development staff to coordinate activities related to individual giving, board relations, and database administration to support our annual fundraising efforts.
Friends of the High Line is seeking a Manager to help run the day-to-day activities of the network. Reporting to the Director of the High Line Network, this position provides the exciting opportunity to join the growing network team and to work closely with the network’s member projects. A successful candidate will possess the ability to work across a range of areas – from writing to research, and from project management to partnership development. The ideal candidate will also possess experience with or interest in urban planning and policy, preferably with a focus on equitable development.
Friends of the High Line is seeking an experienced project manager to plan and implement a diverse array of community engagement activities related to the High Line’s 2018 programming season. The qualified candidate will have direct experience in cultural community engagement and strong communication and interpersonal skills to successfully manage and help produce complex creative partnerships and projects.