Food Bank For New York City

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30+ days ago

Risk Manager - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunity

Bank in New York City New York, NY

* Responsible for providing solid, current and clear reports on Market Risk Analysis, Managing Model Governance/Market/Liquidity/Corp Bonds stress… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Operational Risk Associate - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunity

Bank in New York City New York, NY

* Reconcile, substantiate, analyze, and trend analysis of balance sheet accounts. * Quantify, analyze, and understand variances identified in the… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Compliance Officer - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunity

Bank in New York City New York, NY

* Advise sales and trading staff on matters regarding Firm policies and procedures for adherence with Dodd Frank requirements. * Review of the swap… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Senior Compliance Officer - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunity

Bank in New York City New York, NY

* Review of the swap dealer and FCM policies and procedures and test them for effectiveness, including analysis of resources set aside for compliance… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Operational Due Diligence - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunity

Bank in New York City New York, NY

* Execute the Operational Due Diligence (ODD) program for both current and proposed investments. * Perform comprehensive on-site reviews of… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Trade Support - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunity

Bank in New York City New York, NY

* Full trade life cycle support for Credit Derivatives, P/L, Settlements and Reconciliation. * Work directly with the trading desk and… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Marketing Analyst - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunity

Bank in New York City New York, NY

* Coordinate and schedule all internal meetings (i.e. cross team meetings, working sessions across multiple IT members). * Schedule external… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Direct Marketing Manager

Food Bank For New York City New York, NY

• Manage day-to-day activities related to acquiring, renewing, and upgrading individual donors who give gifts under $10,000, using multi-channel… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Direct Marketing Manager

Food Bank For New York City New York, NY

The Direct Marketing Manager will play an important role in raising $3.5 million in annual revenue (as of fy'15 and to increase over time) through… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Database Administrator

Food Bank For New York City New York, NY

To maintain and support Food Bank For New York City databases and systems by identifying and solving database requirements including but not limited… Glassdoor


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    Run (Away), Don't Walk

    • Comp & Benefits
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    • Culture & Values
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    I have been working at Food Bank For New York City full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Great mission and partners including Food Banks network and the general public. Lots of dedicated staff members who are committed to the mission despite very challenging circumstances.

    Cons

    While the CEO is a great public speaker, there is a complete disconnect between the "talk" of the mission and the "walk" within the organization. The environment is abusive, dysfunctional and toxic, which is created from the top and works its way across and down the organization. The CEO frequently sends inappropriate, disparaging and abusive emails directed at staff members at all levels and mentioning members/organizations of the Food Bank network and external people. Forget work/life balance and count on zero professionalism. No sense of processes, planning, management or strategy. Everyone (including the senior executive team) walks on eggshells, no one is empowered and complete departments turn over on a near annual basis.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If the Board really cared about the organization they would send in external representatives to audit staff, numbers, etc.

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