Executive Assistants (Dislocated Workers Program)

New York, NY/Hybrid/Remote
Dislocated Workers Program /
Part-Time /
Hunger Free America strives to build the nonpartisan, grassroots movement to enact the policies and programs needed to end hunger in the US and ensure that all Americans have sufficient access to nutritious food.  
Hunger Free America is seeking temporary part-time Executive Assistants to work remotely or in-person for various administrative tasks within the organization. The part-time position will end six months from the start date.   
This position must be filled by a qualified Dislocated Worker. Candidates must pass a brief Dislocated Worker screening to be eligible for the position. Candidate must qualify as a Dislocated Worker. A "dislocated worker" is someone who lost their job due to one of the following situations:  

You were terminated or laid off from your job.  
You lost your job because of a plant closing or substantial layoff.  
You have been unemployed for a long time and are unlikely to get another job in the same or similar occupation.  
You were self-employed and are unemployed due to general economic conditions or a natural disaster.  
You may also be considered a dislocated worker if you have been away from the labor force for many years. For example: you were a full-time homemaker, and you must now return to the labor force because you have lost your source of income. 


    • Education in social work, social services, public health, nutrition, or other related fields.   
    • Prior work or volunteer experience with emergency food programs, safety net programs, and other social services.   
    • Proficiency with using Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.   
    • Proficiency with using office software programs such as Salesforce and Slack, or ability to learn quickly.   

Essential Physical Demands

    • Must be able to frequently remain in a stationary position.    
    • Occasionally moves about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, other offices, etc.   
    • Constantly operates a computer and other office productivity machinery such as a calculator, copy machine and computer printer.    
    • Occasionally travels around New York City and possibly outside of NYC to attend meetings, conferences, and other organizational events.   
    • Frequently communicates with staff, partner sites, volunteers, and clients and must be able to exchange accurate information in these interactions.   

Duties May Include:

    • Administrative Support: Assist in day-to-day administrative tasks such as data entry, filing, and managing emails. 
    • Project Coordination: Support the planning and execution of projects, including coordination with team members and external stakeholders. 
    • Event Planning: Assist in organizing and executing organization events, including logistics and attendee communication. 
    • Research and Analysis: Conduct research on relevant topics and prepare reports to support decision-making. 
    • Stakeholder Communication: Communicate with volunteers, donors, and other stakeholders via phone, email, and in-person. 
    • Database Management: Maintain and update organization's database, ensuring accuracy and confidentiality. 


    • This is a full-time, non-exempt, 10-hour per week position, with some in-person work required in our HQ in New York City. The time commitment is for a period of six months.  The starting pay rate is 21 per hour.   
Hunger Free America / NYC is an equal opportunity employer. People of all races, sexual orientations, ages, faiths, economic and social backgrounds, genders, physical abilities, and national origins are strongly encouraged to apply.