Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development Seeks Outreach Coordinator – Immigrant Cultural Corridors (NYC)

The Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development (ANHD) – a member-association of 99 neighborhood-based affordable housing and community development groups and one of NYC’s leading policy/advocacy organizations- seeks a part-time Outreach Coordinator to work in conjunction with ANHD member groups to facilitate outreach with small businesses in three immigrant commercial and cultural corridors across New York City. The Outreach Coordinator will assist in surveying of immigrant small businesses, and provide assistance to community based organizations with small business outreach through trainings, working groups, and site visits. The Immigrant Cultural Corridor Outreach Manager works closely with ANHD’s advocacy and organizing agenda to mobilize the grassroots strength of our member organizations to win policy change.

We anticipate that this position will be half-time for an eight month period, beginning in June, 2018.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The Immigrant Cultural Corridor Outreach Manager will: 

  • Work in conjunction with community based organizations to launch and facilitate trainings and workshops with neighborhood small businesses
  • Plan and coordinate events with external stakeholders (community-based organizations, other City agencies, etc.) 
  • Assist community based organizations with door-to-door outreach and surveys of immigrant small business owners in identified cultural corridors
  • Communicate regularly with stakeholders
  • Ensure accurate tracking and reporting of outreach engagements
  • Assist with survey analysis through data entry
  • Conduct interviews and determine best practices case studies with immigrant small business owners
  • Manage relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including program teams, merchants associations, business support groups, etc.




  • At least one year of demonstrated community outreach experience, particularly in immigrant communities
  •  Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with staff across a variety of positions
  • Comfort and experience with public speaking
  • Demonstrated facilitation skills and community engagement experience
  • Strong organizational skills, including the ability to plan, coordinate, implement, and finalize projects according to specifications, deadlines and budgets
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Excel and PowerPoint
  • Experience with survey implementation
  •  Bilingual (Spanish) preferred
  • Must have availability on some weeknights

ANHD is an equal opportunity employer. People of color encouraged to apply

Professional Level: None specified

Minimum Education Required: No requirement

How To Apply

Please send resume and cover letter to: