February Job Roundup

Hannah Weilbacher

It's a crucial time to be fighting for social justice. If this fight takes you to starting or growing your career in the field of Jewish Social Justice, check out some amazing opportunities below:

 


Avodah: The Jewish Service Corps is looking for a Director of Communications to join their team.

 

AJWS has a number of incredible job opportunities open currently, including the Director of Government Affairs in DC, a Director of Development in Chicago, and program officer positions, and more.

 

Hazon is looking for a Marketing & Communications intern for the current semester in their New York City office. There are also more internships available at Hazon within the areas of sustainability, marketing, Jewish outdoor, food/farming and environmental education.

 

HIAS has many exciting positions open in the States and around the world to support refugees, including in Community Engagement in NY and a Major Gifts Officer/Director.

 

JOIN for Justice's Jewish Organizing Fellowship is recruiting for their year-long, paid community organizing training program in Boston.

 

Keshet is hiring two positions: a Director of Finance and Administration (Boston) and a Teen Engagement Coordinator (Westchester NY).

 

The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) is hiring a Grassroot Associate in DC to mobilize their field strategy. They are also looking for a Chief Development Officer.

 

The New Israel Fund (NIF) is also looking for a Senior Accountant in their NYC office and a Paid Summer Intern in San Francisco.

 

T’ruah is hiring for internships for college and Rabbincal students in NYC.

 

The Union of Reform Judaism (URJ) and the Religious Action Center (RAC) have many job openings all over the country. They are in many fields within the movement, and span the full range of professional experience, including opportunities for Director-level positions at synagogues and organizations.

 

Urban Adamah is accepting applications for their life-changing 2017 Summer and Fall Fellowships.

 

Uri L'Tzedek is launching their "Hitorerut Incubation Award!" - a $20,000 Award for a post-college Modern Orthodox activist who wants to dedicate the coming year to launching a new social justice initiative (of their choosing) to change the world.

 

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