June Job Roundup

Hannah Weilbacher

Looking for a position in the Jewish social justice field? Look no further! There are great opportunities this month, especially in the field of Development.


AJWS has a number of incredible job opportunities open currently in NYC, DC, and LA.

Ameinu is looking for an Office Manager/Israel Programs Coordinator to join them in NYC.

Avodah is looking for a Development Assistant and Office Manager in NYC.

Bend the Arc is looking for five new team members in NYC, DC, or LA, including a South Bay Organizer, a National Organizer, and an Executive Assistant to the CEO.

Challah for Hunger is searching for their LA Teen Coordinator.

HIAS has many exciting positions open in the States and around the world to support refugees, including in Development .

Mazon is looking for a Tour Facilitator for their amazing exhibit “This is Hunger.” The facilitator will coordinate with the LA and DC offices and will travel the US with the tour.

The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) is looking for a Director of Development to lead this important team in either NYC or DC.

The New Israel Fund (NIF) is searching for a Development Associate (Washington, DC) and a Development and Program Assistant (NYC). They are also looking for an Associate Regional Director in San Francisco.

The Rabbinical Assembly is looking for an Administrative Assistant and an Executive Assistant, both in NYC.

Repair the World is hiring a Senior Program Director to lead the vision of their programming, to be based on NYC.

Urban Adamah is accepting applications for their life-changing 2017 Fellowship in the Bay Area.

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. The RAC specifically is looking for a Legislative Director in DC. Excitingly, the URJ is searching for a Vice President of Philanthropy.

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