Opportunities

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

Rose community foundation

Rose Community Foundation

Fostering an inclusive, engaged and equitable Greater Denver community.
Our Mission
To advance inclusive, engaged and equitable Greater Denver communities through values-driven philanthropy.
Our Vision
A thriving region strengthened by its diversity and generosity.
Our Values
Universal in aspiration and anchored in the Foundation’s Jewish roots and legacy, our values guide the work we do and how we do it, both within the Jewish community and in the Greater Denver region, providing a unifying sense of who we are as an organization.

3 Positions Open
Job locations:
Danver, Co

Director of Fund Development

Rose Community Foundation seeks a Director of Fund Development to create new relationships for Rose Community Foundation with prospective donors, donor-advised fundholders, nonprofit fundholders, and other philanthropic partners. With equal passions for people and philanthropy, the Director of Fund Development is a connection-maker with an emphasis on engaging new, diverse communities in philanthropy and the development of charitable resources.
For full job description and to apply: click Here


Director of Jewish Community Grants & Partnerships

Rose Community Foundation seeks a Director of Jewish Community Grants & Partnerships to develop and implement strategies around grantmaking, initiatives and partnership building to advance the Foundation’s Jewish Life portfolio, which seeks to support a dynamic and inclusive Jewish ecosystem that embraces a myriad of ways to be Jewish and builds enduring community infrastructure to sustain it.

For full job description and to apply: click Here


Director of Talent and Administration, Denver

Rose Community Foundation seeks a Director of Talent and Administration who will develop and implement best-practice human resource systems, policies and initiatives to ensure the Foundation attracts, develops and retains top talent while operating collaboratively, effectively and efficiently to deliver on our mission by providing direction, organization, management and oversight of office administration. He/she/they will bring deep experience and capacity in strategic thinking, human-capital thought-leadership, organizational development, project management and operational excellence.

For full job description and to apply: click Here

Website: https://www.emanuelsf.org/

Date Posted: May 13, 2022

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Congregation Emanu-El

Our Vision:

At Congregation Emanu-El, we believe that Judaism guides us on our journey to be better people, create stronger community, and repair the world. We are searching for the right person to help us communicate the many ways we carry out this vision, and to ensure that all our communications and marketing materials reflect and uphold it.

2 Positions Open

Communications and Marketing Manager

Location: San Francisco, CA (in-person or hybrid)

Position Summary:
Congregation Emanu-El seeks a creative, tech-savvy, and self-motivated Communications and Marketing Manager with experience handling both internal and external communications and marketing. The ideal candidate will guide and implement a communications/marketing plan across all channels, including website, social media, print, eBlasts, and public relations. The ideal candidate will create fresh and innovative content that not only informs but generates excitement about the Temple for current members, potential members and the larger community. Strong knowledge and understanding of current trends in new media, and a keen sense of design, are essential. Excellent writing, editing, proofreading, and layout skills are required to implement the strategy. The successful candidate will manage (1) full-time staff member in the Communications and Marketing Department and oversee several freelancers and consultants.

The Communications and Marketing Manager will work closely with the Senior Director of Membership and Engagement Operations, clergy, and other staff to ensure that all of the congregation’s internal and external communications and marketing are consistent, engaging, accurate, and advance organizational priorities.

For the full job description, responsibilities and skills click here: https://www.emanuelsf.org/communications-marketing-manager/

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to: MarComJob@emanuelsf.org


Social Media Assistant (Part-Time/Freelance)

Location: San Francisco, CA (remote candidates considered)

Position Summary:
Congregation Emanu-El seeks a creative, tech-savvy, and motivated part-time Social Media Assistant (approx. 15 hours per week). The ideal candidate will work collaboratively to create fresh and innovative content that not only informs but generates excitement about the temple for current members, potential members, and the larger community. Excellent writing, editing and proofreading skills are required. Design and video experience are a plus.
The Social Media Assistant will work closely with the Communications and Marketing Associate, clergy, and other staff to ensure that the congregation’s external communications and marketing are consistent, engaging, accurate, and advance organizational priorities.

For the full job description, responsibilities and skills click here: https://www.emanuelsf.org/social-media-assistant/

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to: SocialMediaJob@emanuelsf.org.

Website: https://www.emanuelsf.org/

Date Posted: May 10, 2022

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T’ruah

The job location depends on where you reside: If you live anywhere other than the New York Metropolitan Area, the position is remote. Those living in the New York Metro Area will have our New York City office at their disposal, and some amount of in-office work may be required in the future.

Position Open

Organizer

Location: Los Angeles and Bay Area, California

T’ruah trains and mobilizes more than 2,300 rabbis and cantors from all streams of Judaism, together with all members of the Jewish community, to act on the Jewish imperative to respect and advance the human rights of all people. Grounded in Torah and our Jewish historical experience and guided by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we call upon Jews to assert Jewish values by raising our voices and taking concrete steps to protect and expand human rights in North America, Israel, and the occupied Palestinian territories.

To learn more about our work, visit www.truah.org or find us @truahrabbis on Twitter and Facebook.

What you’ll Do

  • What You’ll Do

    The California Organizer, who reports to the Director of Organizing, is responsible for the following:

  • Base building and leadership development: Develop relationships with local clergy, recruit them to participate in local and national campaign work, and develop their leadership in the structure of campaign work.
  • Running campaigns: Support the development of T’ruah’s role in local campaigns — beginning with identifying what the right campaign is for T’ruah in partnership with local leaders, and then developing the strategy and tactics to win concrete change. Partner with the Director of Campaigns to identify ways for the local clusters to connect with T’ruah’s national campaigns.
  • Coalition building: Serve as primary staff person on local campaigns, interfacing with partner organizations, developing T’ruah’s local strategy to advance a campaign that is led by those directly affected by the issues.

For the full job description click here: https://truah.org/california-organizer/

How to Apply

  1. Complete the informational form located here.

AND

  1. Send a cover letter and resume to jobs@truah.org. Please write “California Organizer” in the subject line. Resumes without a cover letter will not be considered. No phone calls, please.

Our Timeline

Applications will be accepted through June 10. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis.
Our ideal start date for this position is on or around July 18.

Website: https://truah.org/https://truah.org/

Date posted: May 5, 2022

Jewish Community Federation & Endowment Fund

Jewish Community Federation, Diller Teen Fellows

Position Open

Social Media & Marketing Manager

Location: Diller Teen Fellows is housed within The Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund (the Federation) of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties. North American-based staff members are employed by the Federation, though many work remotely in other communities.ey, CA

The Diller Teen Fellows is an immersive experiential education program for 11th graders designed to inspire and promote Jewish engagement and leadership among Jewish youth. This international program began in San Francisco 20 years ago and has since expanded to include 32 communities across North and South America, South Africa, Australia, Europe, and Israel. The program is sponsored by the Helen Diller Family Foundation and the Federation.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION

  • Develop and own social media strategy to ensure international channels and community channels maintain proper synergies for maximum positive return.
  • Serve as a main liaison to 32 communities on marketing materials and best practice sharing.
  • Develop creative, exciting, meaningful, and fun social media content for all Diller Teen Fellows.
  • International channels, which includes Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.
  • Write and edit copy for English social media channels. Fluency in Hebrew and ability to translate copy for Israeli audience is a major plus. Alternatively, manage translation and translation processes to ensure error-free copy.
  • Ensure content is grounded in audience insights and is relevant to platform user behavior and trends.
  • Create graphic assets using templates and design tools, including but not limited to, Canva.
  • Ability to edit photo/video using appropriate tools.
  • Work with graphic designer and videographer when necessary on more in-depth visual assets.
  • Manage digital/social media budget.
  • Own and manage social media content calendar.
  • Develop a relationship with program Coordinators across global communities and serve in consultative capacity as go-to advisor on marketing and social media questions and programs.
  • Have a firm grasp of social media analytics and the strong ability to derive actionable insights from data and pivot strategy as necessary.
  • Keep a finger on the pulse of evolving social media landscape and pinpoint additional channels to join that make sense for the brand.

For the full job description click here: https://jewishfed.org/social-media-marketing-manager-diller-teen-fellows

TO APPLY

Please send a copy of your resume with a cover letter to hr@sfjcf.org. All applications and inquiries will receive a response and will be kept strictly confidential.

Website: https://www.jewishgateways.org/
Date posted: April 29, 2022

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Jewish Gateways

Position Open

Operations & Family Programs Associate (Part-time)

Location: This is currently a work-at-home position except for in-person meetings and events, which take place in or near Berkeley, CA

Jewish Gateways is an open and inclusive Jewish community in the East Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area, in which wondering and wandering Jews, our families and friends, and all others can explore and connect with Jewish life outside synagogue walls. Together we discover how Jewish wisdom, spirituality, celebration, and action for justice and compassion can empower us to create more meaningful lives.

The Operations and Family Programs Associate will play a key role as a member of a small, collaborative team, focused on two areas:
• Operations, event planning, marketing, and general administrative logistics
• Family Programs, helping to create a welcoming atmosphere at family events through planning, interactions with families, and management of volunteers

If you thrive on organization, communication, and building community, and you’re looking for a part-time position with full benefits, we’d love to hear from you!

About You

You are excited by Jewish Gateways’ mission and have the background and experience to support our work with excellence. You are able to see the big picture of how operational responsibilities play a crucial role in an organization’s larger vision. You love getting down the details, creating new organizational systems, and coming up with creative solutions. You are energized by meeting and connecting with a diversity of people “where they’re at” and helping to build a Jewish community that is accessible to all.

We are open to applicants with varying levels and types of experience provided that you have the skills required to successfully do this job. You might be a good fit if you possess/demonstrate at least some of the following skills:

Administrative & Organizational Excellence

  • Collaborative self-starter
  • Excellence in organization
  • Prioritizing
  • Marketing
  • Tech-savvy
  • Analytical and reflective

Communication & Collaboration

  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Responsive
  • Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion

Optional Plus

  • Knowledge of Jewish traditions, customs, and holidays.

Experiences that could lead to your success:

  • 2+ years of relevant experience in either for- or nonprofit environments
  • Demonstrated experience creating and using well-functioning organizational systems
  • Demonstrated experience helping to build inclusive, relationship-based communities

For the full job description: click here https://www.jewishgateways.org/operations-and-family-programs-associate

TO APPLY:

Send your resume, plus a cover letter stating why you are interested in this position and how your experience relates to its responsibilities, to careers@jewishgateways.org. Applications are received and reviewed on a rolling basis beginning April 26, 2022, until the position is filled. We encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible.

Website: https://www.jewishgateways.org/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jewishgateways/?hl=en
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jewishgateways/

Date posted: April 27, 2022

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Wilderness Torah

Positions Open

 Registrar & Database Administrator

Wilderness Torah seeks a Registrar & Salesforce Administrator to support our growing organization. The Registrar & Salesforce Administrator supports the program registration process through vendor software management, data entry, reporting, and customer support in a timely, accurate, and appropriate manner.

Reporting to the Director of Finance & Operations, this role provides support to the organization through (1) the customization, configuration, and support of the Salesforce platform; (2) the production and management of event registration and online donation processes; and (3) helping and empowering other staff with reports and dashboards in Salesforce. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three (3) years experience in Salesforce. The candidate should be comfortable with creating automation and complex configurations, resolving issues on the Salesforce platform, and engaging with various third-party tools and integrations.

ABOUT YOU:

Candidate should be proficient in Google Workspace with advanced spreadsheet skills. 3 + years performing Salesforce configuration and administration of the Sales and Service Clouds and the NPSP (Nonprofit Success Pack). Experience with relational databases, data models and data integration tools/processes. Must have good IT skills (including data evaluation/analysis using relevant computer applications). Critical thinking skills must be high. Able to analyze and process data from multiple formats and integrate into usable data information. Strong communication skills including experience in writing, answering phone calls, and speaking. Experience providing customer or client services, a strong ability to multitask, a friendly demeanor, and the ability to meet strict deadlines. A keen eye for detail. Commitment to our mission

For full job description: click here https://wildernesstorah.org/about/careers/

TO APPLY:
Please send resume, two references, and cover letter (one page) in a single PDF to jobs@wildernesstorah.org, include “Registrar & Database Administrator” in the Subject line.
Start Date: Immediate
Application Due Date: June 1, 2022

Date posted: May 20, 2022


Family Village Manager (This position works remote except for program days, which will have a focus on the East Bay for recruitment, cultivation.)

Wilderness Torah seeks an enthusiastic and experienced youth and family professional to run our Family Village Programming.

Under the supervision of the Youth Programs Director, the Family Village Manager will develop and manage emergent East Bay tot and family programs as well as managing Wilderness Torah’s youth programs at festivals and community events across the Bay Area.

The goal of Wilderness Torah youth programs is to provide children and their families with meaningful, Jewish, and earth-connected experiences. These powerful experiences serve them in being whole, community-oriented, eco-centric people. As the Family Village Manager, you will support youth and their family in nature-based exploration of Jewish spirituality, tradition, and wisdom. Creativity is encouraged and welcomed.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • East Bay Tot Community Building and Family Programs
  • Youth and Family Festival Programming
  • General Wilderness Torah Responsibilities

ABOUT YOU:

As a strong applicant, you possess the experiences and skills listed below. Applicants with varying competencies are encouraged to apply, provided that they display the ability to successfully perform the job description.

  • 2+ years experience working as a teacher or mentor, ideally with a focus on young children and families; Jewish experience necessary
  • 2+ years program management experience
  • Excellent people skills
  • Passionate about nature and outdoor learning
  • Excellent verbal & written communication and customer service skills
  • Self-motivated with ability to lead own projects while collaborating with teams
  • Analytical and detail-oriented
  • Proficiency with Google Workspace
  • A passion for earth-based Judaism and a demonstrated commitment to our mission
  • Physical Demands: Standing & walking for several hours, as well as sitting, squatting, crawling, climbing & lifting Up to 30 pounds
  • Access to a vehicle

For full job description: click here https://wildernesstorah.org/about/careers/

TO APPLY:
Please send resume, two references, and cover letter (one page) in a single PDF to jobs@wildernesstorah.org, include “Family Village Manager” in the Subject line.
Start Date: June, 2022

Wilderness Torah Website – http://www.wildernesstorah.org

Date posted: April 26, 2022

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Avodah

Position Open

Social Media Assistant (Can be Remote, EST preferred)

The Social Media Assistant will primarily support Avodah’s recruitment communications, in addition to playing a key role in communications concerning racial justice initiatives and Avodah’s Jews of Color (JOC) Bayit. They are managed by the Recruitment Director, and work closely with the Communications Associate, both of whom work in Eastern Time. This is a great position for someone with experience in content creation and scheduling and who is enthusiastic about using social media as an outreach and engagement tool, particularly to advance racial justice within and beyond the Jewish community.

Responsibilities include:
Recruitment communications (50%)

  • Creating social media content, focusing on Instagram as a Service Corps recruitment tool
  • Collecting photos and information from members of other teams about programs and events
  • Conducting direct outreach to Avodah’s program participants and partner organizations for content
  • Researching and testing video trends and algorithm updates to brainstorm new strategies
  • Routinely logging in to check notifications, respond to comments, and follow up with prospective applicants who have commented on a post or privately messaged Avodah
  • Making simple graphics using Canva and/or pull photo(s) from Avodah’s libraries for posts at times when the Graphic Designer is at capacity
    JOC Bayit and racial justice communications (30%)
  • Creating social media content, with an emphasis on sharing JOC perspectives on Instagram
  • Researching JOC thought leaders and historical perspectives
  • Supporting the team in identifying opportunities for social media outreach, advertisements, and speaking/op-ed opportunities on JOC media platforms ● Actively participating in conversations around Avodah’s commitment to racial justice, and how we share that commitment with our audiences
    General Avodah communications (10%)
  • Serving as general support to the Communications team, with the goal of strengthening Avodah’s communications efficiency and effectiveness

About you:
We know that not all applicants will have all of the desired qualifications, and systemic inequities often discourage folks from marginalized identities from applying. We encourage you to apply if you meet many of the qualifications below and think you’d be a strong candidate for the role.

  • You have a solid understanding of social justice, inequity, and how systemic causes of injustice intersect
  • You understand how marginalized identities, such as with JOCs, affect a person’s experience and perspective
  • You have knowledge of the JOC community and organizational landscape
  • You are confidently able to create and share messages that resonate with across diverse target audiences
  • You are able to identify social media trends across platforms (Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.)
  • You understand how to combine content formats and visuals to tell a compelling story
  • You are detail oriented and highly organized, capable of managing multiple priorities
  • You are a collaborative team player who can work well with multiple teams
  • Experience working with Sprout Social is a plus
  • Experience working with Asana is a plus

Working Conditions:
This position can be remote, based out of your home office. Eastern time zone is preferred, with the majority of your availability taking place within Avodah’s business hours, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please be in touch with any questions regarding technology, work schedule, or accessibility questions you may have so we can work with you on those.

TO APPLY:
Please send a cover letter and resume to msmithkenny@avodah.net to apply. Due to the volume of applications, we are only able to respond to those applicants granted an interview. Applications will be accepted until a hire is made and interviews will be set up on a rolling basis.

Avodah’s Website – https://avodah.net/who-we-are/jobs/
Full Job Description – https://avodah.net/cms/assets/uploads/2022/04/NAT-FY-2022-Temp-Recruitment-Comms-Job-Description_Updated.pdf

Date posted: April 26, 2022

Jewish Current

Position Open

Fellow (Full-time, Remote)

Jewish Currents is hiring a full-time, remote fellow. This is a great job for an early-career journalist who wants to develop as a writer, reporter, and/or editor, become an ace fact-checker, and get exposure to every aspect of the editorial process at a small progressive magazine. We also want to emphasize that you don’t have to be Jewish to work at JC—just interested in journalism and left politics! In addition to covering Israel/Palestine and Jewish American politics, our beats include immigration, racial justice, the carceral punishment system, and social movements and organizing. This is a remote position but would require the ability to work on Eastern Time. The position pays $41,000 annually and includes benefits.

More information here: https://jewishcurrents.org/careers.
The deadline to apply is May 15th.

Website: https://jewishcurrents.org

Twitter handle: @JewishCurrents
Instagram handle: @JewishCurrentsMag

Date posted: April 21, 2022

Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action

Dayanu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action

Position Open

Executive Assistant (Half-time)

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action is seeking a half-time Executive Assistant who will provide high-level administrative support to the Founder & CEO. This is an opportunity to join a spirited and talented team of people passionate about addressing the climate crisis, work very closely with the Founder & CEO of a rapidly growing Jewish social justice organization, and be a core part of building a transformative Jewish climate movement.

The ideal candidate is exceedingly organized, has very strong written and verbal communication skills, is comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, and enjoys supporting others to do their best work. They must be able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously, complete detail-oriented projects, prioritize effectively, meet deadlines, work independently, be calm under pressure, and represent the organization with professionalism and warmth.

The salary range for this half-time position is $25K – $30K ($50K-$60K FTE) commensurate with experience. We offer a competitive benefits package, including paid vacation and sick days, major Jewish and federal holidays off, paid family leave, a health insurance stipend, professional development, and more. As the organization grows, there is the potential for this to become a full-time position.

To see the complete job description and apply, visit d.aye.nu/executive-assistant

Application due: May 6, 2022

Website: https://dayenu.org

FaceBook:Facehttps://www.facebook.com/DayenuAction
Twitter: https://twitter.com/joindayenu
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joindayenu

Date posted: April 20, 2022

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Wilderness Torah

Are you both a systems thinker and a people person? Do you have experience recruiting, motivating and managing volunteers? Are you passionate about inclusive community where all forms of labor are valued and celebrated?

Position Open

Avodah Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Wilderness Torah seeks an Avodah “service” Coordinator to be responsible for the administration, coordination, and management of our work-exchange program at our community program event retreats, including Tu B’Shvat in the Forest, Passover in the Desert, High Holidays, and Sukkot. The Avodah program is a core component of community programs, providing work exchange opportunities for those that need financial support to attend our events. The goal of Wilderness Torah community programming is to provide intergenerational, meaningful, Jewish, and earth-connected village experiences.

START DATE: May 2022

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Avodah at our festivals:

  • Manage and administer onsite the work-trader (Avodah) program at each community program event, addressing potential problems that may arise
  • Develop and manage event timelines
  • Develop and implement recruitment plan for the Avodah goals per event
  • Supervise hiring activities, communications, schedules, requests, and documents.
  • Ensure Avodah follow policies and procedures
  • Create web copy
  • Maintain organizational records and procedures

For a full job description and skills required, click here: https://wildernesstorah.org/about/careers/

To apply
Please send a resume, two references, and cover letter (one page) in a single PDF to jobs@wildernesstorah.org, includes “Avodah Coordinator” in the Subject line.
Start Date: May 2022
Application Due Date: April 22, 2022.

Website: https://wildernesstorah.org/

Date posted: April 12, 2022

Botherhood Synagogue

The Brotherhood Synagogue

Location: New York

Position Open

Executive Director

The Brotherhood Synagogue בית אחים, located on Gramercy Park, is the largest Jewish congregation in downtown New York City. It is an independent, inclusive community — unaffiliated with, but following, the Conservative tradition. This combination allows the Synagogue to honor the spiritual and ethical heritage of the Jewish faith and celebrate the deep commitment and diversity of its membership. Founded in 1954, the extraordinarily diverse congregation has been involved in interfaith and social justice activities from its inception and has had consistent and dedicated lay and clerical leadership. Brotherhood is a very special place – the beautiful, warm, and welcoming atmosphere provides a home for many Synagogue activities, meaningful spaces for prayer and celebrations, education for both adults and children of all ages, classes for adults, social outreach and other programs which support and enhance the community.

The Brotherhood Synagogue is looking for a vibrant, forward thinking leader to be its new Executive Director with vision, imagination, and a sense of what is possible for the future of the Synagogue. With membership of 800+ families, stable revenue, and a healthy endowment and annual fund, the Executive Director should have the proven track record of designing and implementing a comprehensive operational strategy for the Synagogue.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with the clergy and lay leadership to ensure that the Synagogue is well positioned to identify challenges and adapt and thrive in a rapidly changing environment. a core responsibility is ensuring the sustainability of the Synagogue for future generations.
  • Manage the day-to-day operations of the Synagogue office, and supervise, motivate and develop the staff.
  • Promote a positive image of the Synagogue, and maintain, strengthen and develop relationships in the Jewish community, the broader community, and the neighborhood as a whole.
  • Oversee and have accountability for all payroll, contracts, employee benefits programs and policies, financial record keeping and reporting, and ensuring efficiency and compliance with applicable laws.
  • Maintain responsibility for building use and operations, maintenance and improvement projects, ensuring the safety and soundness of the building, grounds, and equipment.
  • Work with the Education Director, Program Director, Hebrew School Principal and Nursery School Director to provide operational support to the various educational programs.
  • Seek out and develop relationships with congregants in order to promote engagement and develop a leadership pipeline.

Qualifications

  • Experience with Jewish religious institutions and/or organizations is strongly preferred. ● Bachelor’s Degree, or equivalent experience.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Jewish religious and educational customs.
  • Minimum of five years of experience as an executive director, or similar experience, with proven success.
  • Knowledge of financial systems, budgeting, accounting, controls, reporting and analysis, and human resources management including benefits and payroll.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and proven ability to form strategic relationships both internally and externally.
  • Superior written and oral communication skills.
  • Availability to attend events during the day, evenings, and weekends, with appropriate notice.
  • Familiarity with computer systems and various software packages including word processing, knowledge of ShulCloud a plus (not required).

For more information about The Brotherhood Synagogue, please visit their website at https://brotherhoodsynagogue.org

To Apply:
The Brotherhood Synagogue has retained the services of Harris Rand Lusk to conduct this search. Inquiries, nominations, and applications may be directed in confidence to:
Jack Lusk
Managing Director & CEO
Harris Rand Lusk
260 Madison Avenue, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10016

Email resume and cover letter describing your interest in the role to:
groose@harrisrand.com
Please write “Brotherhood ED” in the subject line of the email

Website: https://brotherhoodsynagogue.org/index.html

Date posted: March 21, 2022

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Jewish Community Centers Assoc of NA

Location: New York

Position Open

Program Associate, Talent Strategy

JCC Association seeks an enthusiastic and dynamic professional to serve as Talent Associate on the Program and Talent Team. The Talent Associate will be responsible for managing the day-to-day administration of multiple talent initiatives within JCC Association and will have opportunity to manage their own talent projects. The Associate will work collaboratively across all departments of JCC Association and with JCC Professionals throughout the JCC Movement to help deliver on the broader talent strategy goals for the JCC Movement. These goals are to be recognized as a leader in the non-profit sector, in which professionals have enriching opportunities and paths for professional growth primarily through experiences that strengthen their Jewish knowledge and literacy, and in which JCCs model an inclusive workplace and community culture in which professionals feel valued, empowered, and respected.

  • This position is based in New York City with the expectation of regular work in the office. There is the possibility of occasional remote work.
  • Sporadic domestic travel may be required.
  • Unrestricted authorization to work in the U.S. without holding a visa or sponsorship is required.

For a full job description and more information on Qualifications, please visit: https://www.jccworks.com/Search.htm?ID=53715D6A

To Apply: Interested candidates can submit a cover letter and resume to Irina Khomina, Human Resources Manager, at i.khomina@jcca.org. No phone calls please.

Website: https://jcca.org/

Date posted: March 10, 2022

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Prizmah: Center for Jewish Day Schools

2 Positions Open

Director of Enrollment Growth, Catalyzing Resources, Full-time, Exempt

Locations: New York Metropolitan Area or Remote

Prizmah is the network for Jewish day schools across North America. We partner with day schools, yeshivas, philanthropists, and communities from all denominations, helping them grow their reach and impact and tackle the challenges on their path to success.

Position Summary
Schools are looking for support and professional development to strengthen their practices in the areas of with goals towards increasing their school enrollment and fundraising. Prizmah is committed to working with schools to strengthen their skills in these areas to support them in reaching their goals. As the Director of Enrollment Growth, you will be responsible for working directly with school admission professionals to support their work and practice in community wide engagement. You will provide direct consultation to, and partnership with, Jewish day school professionals and lay leaders. In this capacity, you will also contribute meaningfully to the Catalyzing Resources team with our work field-wide and within Prizmah.

For the full job description and qualifications, click here: https://prizmah.org/sites/default/files/2022-03/Catalyzing_Resources_Director_March2022.pdf

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to employment@prizmah.org. Please include the job title, Director of Enrollment Growth, Catalyzing Resources in the subject line.

Date posted: March 22, 2022


Executive Assistant, Full-time, Exempt

Locations: New York City (in-person and remote)

Prizmah is the network for Jewish day schools across North America. We partner with day schools, yeshivas, philanthropists, and communities from all denominations, helping them grow their reach and impact and tackle the challenges on their path to success.

Position Summary
The Executive Assistant will be an integral part of the Prizmah team, supporting the CEO and the COO, as well as the development efforts of the organization, providing backup office management in NYC. The Executive Assistant also works with external stakeholders.

For the full job description and qualifications, click here: https://prizmah.org/join-prizmah-team

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to employment@prizmah.org. Please include Executive Assistant in the subject line

Website: https://prizmah.org/

Date posted: March 3, 2022

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Jews United for Justice

2 Positions Open: Program Assistant and Senior Organizer & Coalition Manager

Program Assistant

Locations: This is a full-time position based out of JUFJ’s Washington, DC office; the chosen candidate may have the option to work out of our Baltimore, MD office with supervisor approval. Due to COVID-19, all staff are working remotely at this time.

Jews United for Justice (JUFJ, along with our sister 501(c)4 organization, the JUFJ Campaign Fund) is seeking a Program Assistant to help support a growing organization and further JUFJ’s mission by providing administrative and programmatic support to JUFJ’s Organizing Team. The ideal candidate will be energetic and detail-oriented, and thrive in a fast-paced environment. Candidates must have excellent interpersonal skills, an orientation toward flexibility, the skills and desire to solve a range of problems, and exceptional judgment.

Main areas of responsibility include scheduling and administration, project management, doing special projects, and professionally communicating on behalf of the Organizing Team. The ideal candidate will remain adaptable as the position responsibilities may evolve over time. The Program Assistant reports to the Director of Organizing and is based in Washington, DC. This is a full-time, exempt position that falls within a bargaining unit represented for collective bargaining purposes by a labor organization (NPEU/Local 70, IFPTE).

For the full job description and qualifications, click here: https://jufj.org/program-assistant/


Senior Organizer & Coalition Manager

Locations: This is a full-time position based out of JUFJ’s Washington, DC office. Must be available and willing to regularly work some nights and some Sundays (schedule varies week-to-week). Due to COVID-19, all staff are working remotely at this time

The person in this role will be responsible for high-level issue-campaign, legislative, and electoral organizing, as well as managing the DC Paid Family & Medical Leave Coalition. The ideal candidate will excel at building relationships and working with a team to make an impact. They will be committed to getting results in a fast-paced environment, able to manage a significant workload, and quickly and thoroughly master complicated details and situations. The Senior Organizer & Coalition Manager reports to the DC Director, and is based in Washington, DC. This is a full-time, exempt position that falls within a bargaining unit represented for collective bargaining purposes by a labor organization (NPEU/Local 70, IFPTE).

For the full job description and qualifications, click here: https://jufj.org/senior-organizer-dc/

JUFJ is committed to building a diverse team that draws on the strengths of people with a variety of identities, backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. People of color, indigenous people, LGBTQ+ people, and immigrants are particularly encouraged to apply. You do not need to be Jewish. Please send a cover letter, resume, and 2-3 professional references to jobs@jufj.org and include Program Assistant in the subject line.

Website: https://jufj.org/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/jufj

Date posted: March 1, 2022

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Avoda

Positions Open

Avodah’s Jewish Service Corp

Locations: NYC

Applications are open for the 2022-2023 Avodah’s Jewish Service Corps’ Jews of Color Bayit, a year long program for self-identified Jews of Color (JOCs) between the ages 21-26 to build a lifetime of leadership skills, an active Jewish community, a powerful professional network, and a more just America.

Our JOC Bayit in New York City gives Jewish participants of color the opportunity to live communally in a JOC-only space as they embark on their year of service with Avodah. We are excited to offer an environment in our Service Corps that is targeted to specifically nurture the leadership of Jews of Color and pave the way for JOCs to lead our community in movements for social justice.

As a member of the JOC Bayit in the Jewish Services Corps, you will:

  • Gain real-world expertise through critical, hands-on work experience.
    You’ll be placed with one of Avodah’s partner organizations in New York City. Through on-the-ground direct service work, you’ll contribute meaningfully to our partners’ work on crucial justice issues such as immigration, criminal justice reform, education, healthcare, housing , and much more.
  • Engage in racial justice work and work in a supportive JOC community. Avodah’s innovative curriculum examines the root causes and effects of systemic oppression, develops practical skills, and looks at justice work with a Jewish lens. JOC Bayit programming will deepen, contextualize, and nourish your day-to-day work while preparing you to sustainably stay in social and economic justice movements for the long haul.
  • Live and learn in the dynamic JOC Bayit. Home-cooked meals, occasional cookouts, late night conversations, and culturally diverse holiday celebrations make living communally in the JOC bayit (house) memorable and meaningful. -You’ll also build a multi-racial community with the other bayitim in NYC.
  • Build JOC leadership skills and develop professional networks. Connect with JOC-led organizations, learn from JOC leaders and mentors, and build a diverse lifelong professional network. You’ll learn skills around navigating majority white non-profit spaces while having the opportunity to grow into your own authentic leadership style.
  • Access activism, professional development, and Jewish opportunities for life. Over 1,400 social justice leaders across the country serve as active, engaged members of our alumni community. They’ll help you with everything from apartment hunts to job references to holiday meals invites. Plus, join the ranks of our growing JOC alumni community and expand your JOC professional networks.
  • Have your basic needs met while you serve for justice. In addition to a year of professional and personal growth, Corps Members receive a modest monthly living stipend, health insurance, travel allowance, and housing.Apply for JOC Bayit at Avodah NY

Avodah is committed to building a Service Corps that inclusively represents our diverse community. Sephardi Jews, Mizrahi Jews, Jews of Color, people of color, women, people with disabilities, immigrants, LGBT2QIA people, and people who come from poor or working-class backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply!

Are you the next JOC Jewish Corps Member? Apply by the March 29th deadline. Click here for the Application form.
Email apply@avodah.net to learn more or nominate a friend. The program will run from August 2022 to August 2023.

Website: https://avodah.net/who-we-are/jocbayit/

Date posted: February 28, 2022

Hadar

Positions Open

Strategic Data Associate

Locations: NYC (remote)

We seek a full-time Strategic Data Associate to help strengthen Hadar’s data quality and ability to make data driven decisions. The Associate will also deepen Hadar’s engagement and recruitment strategies across all programs, and act as a core member of our data and engagement teams. This person will report into our Associate Director of Operations. This is a remote position, NYC preferred.

Hadar’s programs are at a significant growth moment. The Strategic Data Specialist will play a key role in Hadar’s work engaging diverse audiences across the world. This position will explore our data in order to extrapolate trends and build creative strategy to broaden our networks and increase participation in individual programs, as well as more broadly advance our organizational mission.

For full job description and to apply, click here: https://www.hadar.org/jobs#strategic-data-associate

Website: https://www.hadar.org/

Date posted: February 25, 2022

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Kolot Chayeinu

Positions Open

Communications Coordinator (part-time)

Locations: Brooklyn, NY

Kolot is seeking a part-time Communications Coordinator to manage and execute Kolot’s digital identity and core communications as they relate to our members and the broader Brooklyn community. The ideal candidate will be a hard-working team player who is reliable, innovative, and possesses excellent communication, writing, online, and interpersonal skills. For the full job description click HERE.

Interested applicants should email Hara Connell at haraddme@kolotchayeinu.org with “Communications Coordinator” in the subject line and include the following materials: 1) Letter telling us why you want this job and how your experience makes you the right fit; 2) Resume or CV, and 3) Two professional references. You will be notified before references are called.

Website: https://www.kolotchayeinu.org/

Date posted: February 22, 2022