There are many open positions in the Jewish Social Justice field this month! Check them out and share them widely.
Bend the Arc is seeking a Chief Strategy Officer in their national office in NYC.
Hazon has six jobs available and numerous internship and fellowship opportunities in NYC and their center in Connecticut. These positions further Hazon’s mission to create healthier and more sustainable communities in the Jewish world and beyond.
HIAS has many positions available all over the world, and based mostly in Silver Spring MD (outside of DC). Notably, they are seeking a City Director for Metropolitan Washington D.C. to join a fantastic team that is engaging the American Jewish community in refugee issues. They are also accepting applications for a NY-based Program Specialist.
Applications are still open for Join for Justice’s Jewish Organizing Fellowship!
Join for Justice is also hiring a Fellowship Director and Trainer to oversee their Boston-based Jewish Organizing Fellowship and support their other organizing training programs.
JUFJ is seeking a Community Organizer to lead their team in Montgomery County, MD, just outside of DC.
Keshet is seeking a Director of Communications and Marketing to join a fantastic team at their growing non-profit in Boston.
Mazon is seeking a Development Officer of Major Gifts.
Moishe Kavod Social Justice House in Boston is looking for 2-3 new housemates who want to build vibrant young adult Jewish justice community.
NCJW has three open positions: a Judicial Nominations Campaign Organizer (DC), a Communications Intern (NYC), and an Educational Intern (DC).
NIF is seeking a New England Regional Director to lead their effort to grow and reinforce NIF’s presence throughout New England.
Repair the World is seeking to fill many exciting positions: a Director of Education, a Director of National Campaigns and Community Engagement, a Family Engagement Coordinator, and a Finance and Operations Associate to join their team in NYC.
T'ruah is seeking a Communications Director to develop and oversee the organization’s communications strategy, expand their presence in the media, and produce all of their communications instruments.
The Workmen’s Circle has two open positions: Development and Communications Paid Intern and a Coordinator for their National Jewish Cultural School Network in NYC.
The Union for Reform Judaism has many open opportunities in their NYC office and all over the US. There are opportunities in communications, Jewish education, and development in all levels.