May Jobs Roundup

Hannah Weilbacher

Looking for new opportunities in the rich professional field of Jewish Social Justice? There are some amazing positions available...


The Boston Workmen’s Circle (BWC) seeks an Office Manager to anchor their work of building community.

Hazon has numerous jobs available as well as internship & fellowship opportunities in NYC and the Isabella Freedman 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). This includes both jobs and internships.

The Jewish Council on Urban Affairs (JCUA) is seeking a Teen Programs Coordinator to lead JCUA’s nationally recognized Or Tzedek teen social justice summer and year-round programs in Chicago.

Join for Justice is hiring a Fellowship Director and Trainer to oversee their Boston-based Jewish Organizing Fellowship and support their other organizing training programs.

Mazon is seeking an Development Officer of Major Gifts.

The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) has three open positions: a Judicial Nominations Campaign Organizer (DC), a Communications Intern (NYC), and an Educational Intern (DC).

The New Israel Fund (NIF) has two director positions available: a Southern California Regional Director and a New York Regional Director.

Repair the World seeks to fill five dynamic positions at their organization’s New York office.

The Union of Reform Judaism (URJ) has many job openings all over the country. They are in many fields within the movement, and span the full range of professional experience. Notably, there is a position open for an experienced campaign organizer.

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.

 

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