Opportunities

Jobs, internships, and other opportunities at organizations that value diversity

Skirball

The Skirball Cultural Center

Location: Los Angeles | Full-time

The Skirball Cultural Center seeks a Grant Writer for its Advancement department. This full-time position reports to the Vice President of Advancement. The Grant Writer is a vital member of the Advancement team, responsible for compelling writing that is responsive to Skirball priorities and funding requirements. The Grant Writer will contribute to the Skirball’s robust fundraising efforts with philanthropists, foundations, corporations, and government entities, inspiring their impassioned support for the Skirball’s mission, social justice, the arts, and education. Full job description and qualifications.

How to apply: Please send email resume and cover letter, preferable by email, to: Human Resources, Re: Grant Writer, Skirball Cultural Center 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90049 FAX: (310) 440‐4595 hr@skirball.org.

Avodah

JOC Bayit (Communal Home), Avodah Jewish Service Corps

Location: New York | Full-time

Are you a Jew of Color (JOC) seeking to build and live in community with other justice-minded JOCs? Join our first ever JOC Bayit (communal home) in Avodah’s Jewish Service Corps (avodah.net/serve), where you will live in New York City with fellow 21-26 year old JOCs while working at a leading non-profit! Your participation in the JOC Bayit will allow you the opportunity to expand your JOC network and refine your leadership skills within a Jewish social justice framework, all while jumpstarting your career in social justice work.

How to apply: Apply today to be a part of this groundbreaking, racially diverse cohort at: avodah.net/jocbayit, or nominate an outstanding young JOC leader in your community using our Service Corps Nomination Form (https://bit.ly/32Dkmpz). We are accepting applications on a rolling basis until all spots are filled for an August start. Apply ASAP!

B'nai_Jeshurun

Manager of Programs and Innovation, Center for Prayer and Spirituality, B’nai Jeshurun

Location: New York | Full-time

The successful candidate will be a confident Jewish professional with: an entrepreneurial spirit; a passion for Jewish life; excellent communications and project management skills; the flexibility to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment; and the experience to partner with colleagues across the organization, as well as with lay leaders and external partner organizations. $60-70K Full job description and qualifications

Senior Program Administrator, Center for Prayer and Spirituality, B’nai Jeshurun

Location: New York | Full-time

The Senior Program Administrator will manage the logistical and administrative end of the Center for Prayer and Spirituality, while also serving as the production manager for Shabbat and Holiday services. They will report directly to Cantor David Mintz, Director of the Center for Prayer and Spirituality, and will interface with all members of the CPS team, the larger BJ staff, and congregants from across the BJ community. $55-65K Full job description and qualifications

How to apply: People of Color, Jews of Color, Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews, women, people with disabilities, immigrants, and LGBTQIA+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply. Please send your resume and cover letter to Cantor David Mintz.

Assistant Camp Director, Urban Adamah

Full-time | May 25-August 13

This summer, Urban Adamah is offering nine weeks of socially distanced, masked, outdoor Summer Camp for kids in preschool – 5th grade. Summer Camp features hands-on projects and activities exploring themes that integrate nature-connection, crafts, farming, community-building, and Jewish values. The Assistant Camp Director provides programmatic, educational, and behavioral support to campers and staff members throughout the day. The Assistant Camp Director is responsible for co-facilitating staff training, cultivating a positive camp culture among campers and staff, and communicating with parents dependent on need. Full job description and qualifications

Youth and Family Programs Director, Urban Adamah

Full-time | Start date: July 2021

The Youth & Family Programs Director is responsible for supporting the education and public engagement of Urban Adamah’s youth and families in a variety of ways. This includes directing summer and winter camps, school field trip programs, and youth retreats. It also includes supervising a full-time Youth & Family Programs Associate, managing seasonal staff, and writing or contributing to relevant grant applications. Full job description and qualifications

How to apply: Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. If you have any questions please email the Executive Director, Adam Weisberg.

Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program at Brandeis University

Now accepting applications for Fall 2021

Leaders of the 21st century must be able to understand trends, frame issues, and apply professional skills in new and creative ways. For more than 50 years, the Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program has been providing the next generation of leaders for the Jewish community with pioneering education, training, and mentoring with renowned faculty, travel study seminars, field experience, job placement, tuition scholarship, co-curricular programs, and an engaged alumni network. Hornstein offers an MA in Jewish Professional Leadership as a stand-alone degree or as a dual degree with one of the following: Social Impact MBA, Master of Public Policy, MA in Near Eastern & Judaic Studies, or an Education Master in Jewish Educational Leadership.

How to apply: Hornstein is accepting applications for Fall 2021 and welcomes your inquiries to hornstein@brandeis.edu.

National Partnerships Director, Zioness

Full-time | Location: Flexible (Remote Work) | Salary: $90,000-$120,000 (commensurate with experience)

The National Partnerships Director at Zioness will be responsible for leading the Organization’s strategy to build relationships and partnerships with individual leaders and organizations at the national and local level in order to help mobilize Zioness members across the country into action as allies in the fight for social, racial, economic and gender justice. Zioness is committed to building an organization that is representative of our community’s beautiful diversity. We welcome all applicants who share our mission and vision, and strongly encourage applicants from marginalized and underrepresented communities to apply. Full job description and qualifications

How to apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to apply@zioness.org.

Human Resource and Finance Coordinator, Camp Tawonga

Full-time | Location: San Francisco, CA

The Human Resource and Finance Coordinator is responsible for implementation of payroll, benefits administration, and general human resources functions at Camp Tawonga. This position works closely and collaboratively with members of the Finance Department. The Human Resource and Finance Coordinator plays a key role in supporting staff to understand, maximize, and benefit from agency benefits offerings. This position works closely with the program and other staff to support and implement all areas of payroll. The Human Resource Coordinator leads and oversees most aspects of the employee life cycle and also supports a broad range of compliance obligations. Over time, this position will also take on organizational culture and people ops initiatives to drive organizational improvement. Full job description and qualifications

How to apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter explaining your qualifications for and interest in the position. Send applications to liz@tawonga.org with “Human Resource and Finance Coordinator” in the subject line. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and Tawonga is seeking to hire for this position as soon as possible.

Director of the Early Childhood Center, Temple Sinai of Bergen County

Full-time | Location: Tenafly, NJ | Starting salary: $65,000-85,000 | Available 6/15/21

In this role, you’ll have the opportunity to be the leader of an Early Childhood Center for children 18 months to five years old. You will develop a cutting-edge curriculum, hire, supervise and evaluate a team of seasoned and new teachers, and maintain a warm, nurturing learning environment where each student progresses as an individual. In addition, you will partner with the Rabbi-Educator to infuse Jewish values, holidays, and cultural experiences into the program and assist in innovating family programs and developing community engagement opportunities to connect the Early Childhood Center families with synagogue life. Full job description and qualifications

How to apply: Please send cover letter and resume by email to Lynne Stewart, Vice-President for Education, Temple Sinai of Bergen County.