EquityNYC builds local government capacity to increase racial and social equity by providing New York City agencies and offices with the resources, coordination, accountability, and community necessary to achieve better outcomes for all New Yorkers now, and for generations to come. Equity NYC was created to implement Executive Order 45 (EO45): OneNYC Equity Review. EO45 directs the Mayor’s Office of Operations, through the Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity, to work with agencies and offices in the City of New York to ensure racial and social equity is an integral consideration in all policymaking and programs.
The Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity is seeking an Associate Director of EquityNYC to manage the implementation of EO45, which guides New York City’s citywide equity work through (1) the production of the digital EquityNYC report and (2) the provision of equity-focused training and individualized technical assistance to New York City agencies.
The Associate Director will be responsible for project managing all aspects of the EquityNYC report, including:
The Associate Director will be responsible for serving as a primary point of contact to support City agencies in their ongoing efforts to reduce racial and social inequity within the jurisdiction of their work. This includes:
We understand that candidates may not have all of the skills we are seeking below. We encourage those interested to apply even if they do not meet all of them. We are looking for talented individuals to join our team.
A Bachelor’s degree + 5 years relevant work experience.
This is a permanent, full-time position offering competitive salary and benefits. To learn more about the New York City's Employee benefits, visit the NYC Office of Labor Relations.
The salary range for this position is $80,000 - $100,000 commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Please fill out the application form. The form will prompt you to upload a resume and cover letter.
In addition to the application form, candidates will have to complete a separate application on the Mayor's Office job portal.
Due to the volume of applications received we may not be able to respond to every application.