Headquarters positions salary & benefits package
Action Against Hunger’s remuneration package includes:
Your gross (untaxed) annual salary will reflect your post’s role within the organization. The Action Against Hunger HQ salary ranges ensure that all positions with a similar scope of responsibility are paid comparably. The starting salary for each position in the New York HQ is reviewed periodically against & adjusted to remain competitive with other not-for-profit organizations.
Action Against Hunger will provide you from your first day of employment with access to a comprehensive in-network medical plan, which includes a prescription drug plan. Coverage is available for you & eligible dependents. Action Against Hunger contributes at least 80% of the monthly premium & funds 100% of the annual deductible. No co-pay is required for visits to your doctor.
You will be eligible for dental insurance coverage for yourself & eligible dependents, under a plan which provides comprehensive coverage for preventive & major dental procedures. Action Against Hunger covers 100% of the premiums.
You will be automatically eligible for vision insurance coverage for yourself & your dependents, which will cover general vision prescription care, glasses & lenses every calendar year. Action Against Hunger covers 100% of the premium.
Commuter Savings Program
You can choose to participate in the TransitChek commuter saver program which will enable you to pay your commuting costs on a pre-tax basis.
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
You will be able to establish reimbursement accounts, also called Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs), to pay for out-of-pocket health care & dependent care costs.
403(b) Retirement Plan
You will be able to contribute to your retirement savings through our tax deferred investment 403(b) retirement plan. Regular full-time, or eligible part-time employees, may contribute a percentage of their annual base salary or a set dollar amount. Any contributions which Action Against Hunger may make vest after 3 years of service.
Short & Long-Term Disability Insurance
Action Against Hunger provides Short Term Disability Insurance to guard against loss of income due a disabling illness or injury. Action Against Hunger also provides Long Term Disability insurance to guard against complete loss of income due to lengthy periods of disabling illness or injury and covers 100% of the premium.
Life Insurance + Accidental Death & Dismemberment Plan
Action Against Hunger provides basic life insurance & accidental death & dismemberment insurance and covers 100% of the premium.
|The descriptions of the benefits outlined above are not intended to be comprehensive & may apply differently to you depending on your role. Additional details will be provided to prospective employees with their offer of employment. Complete descriptions of these programs are in the master plan or insurance contracts. If information here contradicts information in those documents, those documents govern. Action Against Hunger reserves the right to amend or terminate any of these benefit programs, at its discretion.|
Regular performance appraisals
Action Against Hunger uses performance appraisals to ensure you’ll receive regular feedback from your supervisor so that you’ll know how your work is perceived, whether you’re reaching your objectives, & to provide you with an opportunity to discuss your expectations & request support.
Action Against Hunger is committed to developing the skills of all employees, to the extent that this is possible given resource constraints & program requirements. Many learning opportunities exist & you’ll be encouraged to make use of these to improve your skills & knowledge. Please visit: www.acftrainingcentre.org
Some HQ positions require frequent travel to Action Against Hunger’s field missions but many others do not. Nevertheless, whenever opportunities occur to provide HQ staff with a field experience these are encouraged with Action Against Hunger covering all associated costs.
Career opportunities within the Action Against Hunger network
All open field positions, in all countries where Action Against Hunger works, will be shared with you at least once a month. Your HR Officer will also regularly speak with you to understand your career aspirations & to help you identify future assignments. Multiple career paths are open to staff who perform well. Check our website for stories of how different Action Against Hunger leaders have developed professionally within the Action Against Hunger network.
HQ positions require that candidates to be legally authorized to live & work in the United States. However, if you are offered employment & this is not the case, Action Against Hunger will help facilitate your visa application & cover all associated legal & filing fees for you & your family. If you are relocating from outside the New York Tri-State area, or from outside the United States, you may be eligible for a relocation allowance which will ease your transition to living & working in New York.
If you’re a full-time employee, depending on your position & length of employment, you will accrue up to 21 vacation days (working days) per year.
★ 3rd & 4th year of service = 18 vacation days
★ 5th year of service = 21 vacation days
|The policies determining the administration of the leave benefits outlined above are provided to prospective employees with their offer of employment. This information is not intended to be comprehensive & may not apply the same way to every employee. Action Against Hunger reserves the right to amend or terminate any of its benefit programs, at its discretion|
When you join the Action Against Hunger HQ in New York your work will not only be interesting & challenging but you’ll be provided with a comprehensive remuneration package, tailored to life in New York. (Please note this remuneration package does not apply to unpaid positions.)
Action Against Hunger is the world’s hunger specialist and leader in a global movement that aims to end life-threatening hunger for good within our lifetimes. For more than 40 years, the humanitarian and development organization has been on the front lines, treating and preventing hunger across nearly 50 countries. It served more than 21 million people in 2018 alone.