Reasons to Work with INCLUDEnyc

1. You will help create a more inclusive city and better futures for families and young people with disabilities.

2. You will work with a group of caring, thoughtful, genuine people.

3. We treat our people well, from benefits to flexibility.

4. We try to practice what we preach. You will use your head and your heart, earn opportunities to grow and develop, and do it all in a culture that values collaboration, initiative, and results.


Because our services are personal, hiring is one of the very most important decisions we make. We put a lot of thought and energy into how we evaluate candidates. That means that our hiring process might be more involved than what you have experienced.

What to Expect in the Hiring Process

Our hiring process includes several opportunities on both sides. If you move through all the steps, a typical process, in roughly this order, might consist of:

We recognize that this process requires an investment of your time, and also believe that a thorough process gives you the opportunity to get to know us as well.

Please note that our hiring process is also highly competitive. When we have an opening, it is usually the result of the organization's growth. We receive many applicants, and end up turning away some fantastic people in the process.

Our positions require a unique combination of skills, experience, and philosophical alignment. We’ve turned down candidates in the past who we knew would go on to do fantastic things (and they have) but where the fit wasn’t quite right for the work we do.

We say this to emphasize that if we don’t end up working together, it’s likely because we have an incredibly competitive candidate pool, combined with the fact that what we’re looking for is often unique. 

Open Positions

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Director, Communications and Outreach

Reports to: Executive Director


The Director of Communications and Outreach provides strategic leadership as a member of INCLUDEnyc’s senior management team. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Communications will develop and implement INCLUDEnyc’s communication strategy to maximize the organization’s impact and reach. Key stakeholders include youth, family members, community professionals, funders, government officials, and the media.

The Director will lead a team that oversees all of INCLUDEnyc’s communications and outreach efforts to economically, linguistically, and culturally diverse families in New York City, and New York State, and the organizations that support them. Additionally, the Director will work collaboratively with INCLUDEnyc’s program and development teams as INCLUDEnyc builds its donor community through strategic communications and designs and produces meaningful information resources to support program initiatives.




Please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements in .doc or .pdf format, subject line: “LAST NAME_Director of Communications” to jobs@includenyc.org.

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Bilingual Family Educator

Reports to: Manager, Parent and Family Services


The The Family Educator provides direct assistance and delivers trainings to both English and Spanish speaking parents and professionals working with young people with disabilities. S/he has knowledge of early childhood and school-aged special education services and understanding of IEP’s. The Family Educator conducts community outreach; collaborates with schools, community organizations, and other stakeholders to promote positive outcomes for people with disabilities; and develops and disseminates information and resources to families.

Key Responsibilities:

Required Qualifications:


Please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements in .doc or .pdf format, subject line: “LAST NAME_BIlingual Family Educator” to jobs@includenyc.org.

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Communications Design Coordinator

Reports to: Director, Communications and Outreach


The Communications Design Coordinator at INCLUDEnyc provides design and project management to the creation of all of the organization's products and materials. The Design Coordinator supports INCLUDEnyc’s communications strategy, the goal of which is to reach diverse constituents, inspire people to advocate for children with disabilities, and provide best-in-class resources to NYC families. INCLUDEnyc’s collaborative work environment provides the ability to generate creative ideas and requires the ability to take direction.

Key Responsibilities:

Required Qualifications:


  1. BA in graphic design, fine arts, or related field, preferred
  2. 2+ years of professional experience designing communications for nonprofit or corporate organizations
  3. Demonstrated understanding of digital and print design best practices
  4. Advanced skill and experience with Adobe Creative Suite, working knowledge of CMS platforms, email management software, presentation tools, and other emerging design tools
  5. Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Google Apps (Gmail, Drive, Photos)
  6. Knowledge of HTML and Adobe Dreamweaver strongly preferred


  1. Accountability, follow through on all projects and tasks
  2. Enjoys working in a collaborative environment
  3. Strong attention to detail
  4. Excellent interpersonal skills, flexible, and a sense of humor
  5. Ability to provide and receive feedback
  6. Commitment to INCLUDEnyc’s mission
  7. Knowledge of special education and disability rights a plus
  8. Bilingual (Spanish) designers strongly encouraged to apply


Please send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements in .doc or .pdf format, subject line: “LAST NAME_Communications Design Coordinator” to jobs@INCLUDEnyc.org. Please also include link to online design portfolio.

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As an equal opportunity employer, INCLUDEnyc believes that equal opportunity for all employees is important for the continuing success of our organization. In accordance with state and federal law, INCLUDEnyc employment decisions and practices will not be influenced or affected by race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, sex, marital status, veteran status, disability, age or any other characteristic protected by law.