Our dedicated staff, from gardeners and maintenance technicians to program managers and educators, shares a passion for the park and excellence in operations. Join our team. Below is a list of open positions. For application instructions please refer to the complete job descriptions below. Only those whose applications are being considered will be contacted. No phone calls please.
Friends of the High Line is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.
FHL is looking for a creative, hard-working intern to support communications initiatives, including social media, email marketing, and digital projects. This paid internship requires a minimum of 3–4 days per week and a commitment of 3 months.
Reporting to the Vice President for Planning and Design, the Director of Urban Industrial Reuse Network is a full-time, year round position that will coordinate this initiative. The position will leverage FHL's history and experience to create a larger field of projects and practitioners around which best practices can be collectively developed.
The Chief of External Relations (CER) is a newly created position at FHL working as part of a leadership management team with the Executive Director (ED) and the Chief Operating Officer (COO). The position is responsible for advancing the visibility, brand, and financial sustainability of the High Line.
The Inventory Control Coordinator will maintain an organized stockroom and multiple warehouse spaces, and replenish and stock the store to help support sales goals. The Inventory Control Coordinator will be responsible for receiving, unpacking, and stocking product and will maintain the flow of merchandise from stockroom to point of sale in collaboration from the Retail Manager and Sales Supervisors.
Seasonal Retail Associates will staff FHL’s merchandise and membership kiosk on the High Line. Reporting to the Retail Manager, the Associates will serve as the primary fundraising and sales team on the High Line. Responsibilities will include selling merchandise, soliciting membership sales, and fielding inquiries from park visitors. This position provides crucial support to the Food & Revenue department’s mission of creating and maintaining sustainable revenue streams to fund this extraordinary public park.