Work for Jewish Social Justice - January Roundup

Hannah Weilbacher

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.

Habonim Dror of North America is looking for an Outreach Manager of Habonim-Dror Camp Tavor in the Midwest.

HIAS is seeking to fill 10 positions, mostly from their DC-area office. Check them all out here.

Jewish Community Action (JCA) in the Twin Cities, MN is looking for someone to join their team as Development Director.

Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (JFREJ) in NYC is looking for two interns: one in Communications/Social Media and one in Development.

JOIN for Justice is looking for a Part-Time Database Manager and Development Assistant in their Boston office.

JOIN For Justice is also accepting applications for their Jewish Organizing Fellowship. They are recruiting emerging social justice leaders for their year-long, paid community organizing training program in Boston. 

Mazon is looking to hire a Development Officer - Major Gifts working with their development team as well as an Organizer

The New Israel Fund (NIF) is hiring two exciting positions: a New England Regional Director and a Deputy Vice President of Major Gifts (based in San Francisco, LA, or NYC).

The New Israel Fund/ Shatil is also accepting applications for their Social Justice Fellowships in Israel.

The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) is seeking to fill 4 exciting positions: a Marketing and Communications Associate, a Judicial Nominations Campaign Organizer, a Communications Intern, and an Educational Intern.

Repair the World is accepting applications for its 2016-17 Fellowship, and the first deadline to apply is January 31. Learn more and apply via the link. 
 
The Union for Reform Judaism has many career opportunities available in their NYC headquarters and all over the US.

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