November Job Roundup

Hannah Weilbacher

Check out these opportunities to work in the field of Jewish Social Justice!


 

AJWS has a number of incredible job opportunities in NYC open currently, including the Associate Director of Institutional Giving and also a Director of Special Events.

 

Hazon in NY is looking to fill numerous positions in NYC and Connecticut. They are seeking an Executive Assistant to the President and CEO.

 

HIAS has many exciting positions open in the States and around the world. Notably, they are looking for a Policy and Advocacy Associate, as well as a Director of Affiliate and Jewish Community Relations.

 

The JCRC of Boston is looking for a Chief Development Officer.

 

Keshet has three open positions in Boston and NYC: Director of Marketing and Strategic Communications, Education and Youth Program Associate, and Boston Community Program Manager.

 
Mazon is looking for a Program Officer in their grantmaking team.
 

The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) has three open positions and two internships: a Director of Marketing and Communications, a Chief Development Officer, a Development Officer, a Communications Intern, and an Educational Internship Opportunity.

 

The New Israel Fund is accepting applications for their NIF/Shatil Social Justice Fellowships, where 3-4 post‐college Jewish residents of the U.S. to work on social change in Israel for 10 months.

 

The New Israel Fund (NIF) also has three positions open on both the East and West Coasts; see them all here.

 
The Urban Adamah Fellowship is accepting applications for their residential leadership fellowship!
 

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.

The URJ is also kicking off an exciting new ten-month opportunity through Audacious Hospitality: the JewV’Nation Fellowship. JewV’Nation is a leadership fellowship and project incubator for leaders eager to develop innovative projects centered in the interests and needs of people with intersectional (“Jewish and…”) identities. Learn more and apply here.

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