As New York City's primary vehicle for promoting economic growth, NYCEDC offers many unique advantages for an exciting and fulfilling career.
NYCEDC’s structure allows greater operational flexibility than other organizations that provide similar services. Our employees enjoy the experience of both a public and private sector organization.
NYCEDC offers a variety of learning opportunities designed to enhance the practical skills and business knowledge of our full-time employees. These range from onsite technical and job-specific training courses to tuition reimbursement for career enhancement. Employees may also participate in NYCEDC’s company-wide mentoring program. In addition, NYCEDC positions typically offer other valuable exposure:
NYCEDC is constantly evolving, with a scope of work that is diverse, challenging and intrinsically linked to the energy and excitement of developing New York City. View the exciting projects and initiatives we are currently working on.
NYCEDC reports to Deputy Mayor for Economic Development Robert K. Steel who reports to Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. Under the leadership of Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Steel and NYCEDC President Seth Pinsky, NYCEDC is responsible for executing the Bloomberg Administration's five-borough economic development strategy and job-creation efforts, as well as its efforts to expand job training, strengthen small business assistance, promote new industries, and diversify the economy.
Whether your interest is in urban planning, sustainability, or infrastructure, NYCEDC has many departments uniquely dedicated to urban real estate and economic development. View our divisions for brief summaries of all NYCEDC departments.