Are you a leader in the Jewish social justice field looking for your next opportunities? There are many ways to grow in the field this month, especially for director-level candidates.
There are many opportunities for organizers, administrators, educators, and directors to grow professionally in the field of Jewish social justice! Spread these opportunities far and wide... American Jewish World Service (AJWS) is hiring several exciting positions in senior and associate positions.
During Chanukah, the Roundtable asked people to join us for a communal conversation on social media using #JewishPurpose. We wanted to bring together people who are engaged in Jewish life, people who are occasional participants, and people who watch from the sidelines. We wanted those who are social justice activists and those who are quiet sympathizers; those who bemoan the state of the world and haven’t figured out what to do about it; those who work in the community and those who don’t; and we definitely wanted and need people of every generation.
If your resolution this year is to grow in the professional field of Jewish Social Justice, you have some amazing opportunities ahead of you! Check them out below, and come back every month where we post job opportunities in our vibrant field: AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps is hiring for 4 positions in their DC and NYC offices: two in development, one program manager, and a part-time administrative assistant.
Happy December! Roundtable Organizations are hiring many meaningful positions all over the US. There are opportunities for full time work, part time work, and fellowships. Bend the Arc is looking for a Communications Coordinator to join their team in NYC.
The Roundtable is offering two workshops on Tuesday, December 8th in New York City. Staff from all Roundtable organizations are invited -- those in the NYC area, and anyone in town for our Fundraising Workshop on December 9. Here are the details. * Note that they are happening at the same time, in different locations.
Check out the Roundtable's response to the piece called "Strategic Directions for Jewish Life: A Call to Action" that was published earlier this month in E Jewish Philanthropy. We felt it was missing something, so we added our perspective, below: #JewishPurpose: An Invitation to Participate
This month brings many opportunities to work for a great Jewish Social Justice organization. From internships and entry-level positions to managers and directors, there are many ways to connect professionally with the Jewish Social Justice community!
This is a great month to apply to work in the field of Jewish Social Justice! Forward this around to your friends and networks, and let's get more rockstars involved with our work. American Jewish World Service has many jobs, internships, and fellowships available. Details on their website. HIAS has many jobs in programming, human resources, and more available in their offices in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Thank you for a successful 2015 training! It was truly a unique opportunity for Roundtable organizations to learn from and with each other about how to fundraise for our organizations. Even in December, prime fundraising season, nearly 60 fundraising staff from across the network gathered to learn and get energized by colleagues. Get the Gelt: A Fundraising Workshop presented by the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable