We’re on a mission to support families battling pediatric cancer
Our team is the backbone of our organization—serving our families, supporting volunteers and donors, and spreading awareness every single day. We work together to provide a thriving community of comfort, hope, and support. We welcome passionate and talented individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences to join our team.
Marketing & Communications Manager
The Marketing & Communications Manager 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. The Marketing & Communications Manager will build and
maintain the branding, communications and collateral design needs for Ronald McDonald House
New York including special projects and events. This position reports to the Director of Volunteers &
Patient Navigator through AmeriCorps
Ronald McDonald House New York (RMH-NY) Public Health AmeriCorps is a workforce development program dedicated to building the infrastructure needed for RMH-NY to advance health equity outcomes for underserved medically complex children and their families. Members perform a full year of service for RMH-NY targeted population at NYC public and safety-net hospitals, where they work to understand, improve, and expand the delivery of services. Members will assist RMH-NY in expanding access to wraparound services to address Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) for this population by conducting and establishing a: (1) social risk assessment to identify SDoH impacting target communities; (2) market analysis of existing community services to address SDoH; and a (3) referral network with community-based organizations in target communities.
This position begins in October 2022. Program Benefits: Education award upon successful completion of service, Health Coverage, Living Allowance, Childcare assistance if eligible, Training.
The Grant Writer will directly support the Assistant Director of Grants in writing, submitting, and managing funding proposals, conducting research on prospective donors, and supporting ongoing communication and stewardship with existing and prospective donors. The Grant Writer will remain up to date with relevant trends in theHealthcare industry to ensure proposals take into consideration these developments and will provide writing, editing, and other ad-hoc services in the grant management process.
The Wellness Associate will be a forward-facing role that focuses on facilitating activities to enhance the family experience. This individual will provide motivation and effective tools to caregivers, their loved ones and employees that help them adapt to and maintain a well-rounded healthy lifestyle. Responsible for providing plan administration, participant communication and overall customer service.
The Volunteer Associate is responsible for supporting and coordinating signature Volunteer
programs and activities to support the mission of Ronald McDonald House New York. The Volunteer Associate works with individual volunteers as well as corporate and community groups in coordination with the needs and operations of the House.
Social Worker, Family Support Coordinator, International Services
The Social Worker, Family Support Coordinator, International Services role is focusing on enriching our Family Support program and overall families experience as aligned with our organizational mission. This individual will take initiative to independently develop an international children and family focused program and International Center within our collaborative, multidisciplinary environment, contribute to culturally appropriate initiatives across the organization, and serve as an advocate to address the unique needs of each family who would benefit from these services. The Family Support Coordinator, International Services will report to the Assistant Director of Family Support
Hospital and Community, Programs Coordinator
The Programs Coordinator will work directly with the Assistant Director of Programs and the Programs Manager to plan, oversee, and coordinate Hospital Partner & Community Outreach Programs for children and families. This role will be responsible for ensuring day-to-day and ongoing success of legacy performances & practitioner programs. They will work closely with hospital partners, volunteers, and staff to provide leadership in implementation of planned programs.