We are looking for passionate individuals—ready to make a difference and looking for a challenge.
Central Park is a carefully designed work of art that requires a unique set of skills in order to maintain it to the highest standards. Our staff is made up of dedicated individuals with a diverse range of skills, centering around one goal—keeping Central Park beautiful year-round.
Join us in our mission to continue preserving Central Park as a retreat from the stresses of urban life.
Perks and Benefits
Relax, We've Got You Covered
We take care of our employees in more ways than one. Our competitive benefits package includes premium medical, dental, and vision coverage for employees and their dependents. We also offer up to 12 weeks of paid parental leave (eligibility after 2 years of service), as well as commuter benefits, taking the administrative worry out of traveling by using your pretax dollars to pay for your commute.
We Value our People and Their Future
We’re serious about investing in our employees’ long-term future. Employees are immediately 100% vested into our 403(b) Retirement Plan. We will contribute 5% of your salary automatically. If you contribute 1% to 1.99% of your salary, the Conservancy will match you 0.5%; for contributions of 2% or more, we will match up to 1%.
We'll Keep you in the loop
We’re dedicated to ensuring all employees have the information they need to do their jobs well. Our new hire and promotion announcements, monthly email newsletters, and quarterly staff events are just a few ways we bring our offices together and share key aspects of the business across the entire organization.
In Good Company
One benefit of having amazing coworkers is enjoying each other’s company, and we offer some exciting opportunities to have fun together. Our quarterly catered events are a great way to connect with coworkers and unwind.
Central Park Conservancy is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We also consider qualified applicants with criminal histories, consistent with applicable federal, state, and local law.
Physical Demands - employees with disabilities must meet qualification standards that are job-related and consistent with business necessity and must be able to perform the essential functions of the position, with or without reasonable accommodation.
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