Jobs in the Jewish Community

As a service to our alumni and the general public, we list job openings submitted to the Hornstein Program by Jewish communal organizations and schools worldwide.

This listing is updated as job posts are received. 

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Current Openings

February 2, 2023

About Gateways:  

Gateways provides high quality special education services, expertise, and support to enable students with diverse learning needs to succeed in Jewish educational settings and participate meaningfully in Jewish life. Gateways now serves the entire Jewish community: students, families, day schools, congregational schools and preschools and offers professional development to educators and institutions seeking to build more inclusive practices.

About the Position:

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Development will oversee development and communications efforts as Gateways continues to sustain and expand its philanthropic base. The Director of Development is a key member of the senior staff team at Gateways, partnering with staff and lay leadership to ensure that Gateways has the funding resources and marketing reach to achieve our strategic goals.

Cover letters and resumes will be accepted only through our online system at Candidates will be considered on a rolling basis until position is filled. 

Salary:  $85K-95K

January 26, 2023

About Northeastern Hillel:

Northeastern Hillel is a dynamic, non-profit community organization located in a double brownstone on the Northeastern campus.  We foster leadership and community engagement for Jewish students at Northeastern. Our team is hardworking, creative, and guided by our students’ interests and needs. The Northeastern University Hillel welcomes all with outstretched arms, no matter where they are on their Jewish journey. As a member of the Husky Jewish community, their journey includes countless opportunities to connect through Tzedek (justice), Tikkun Olam (repairing the world), Jewish learning, Israel, Zionism, and the global Jewish world and celebrating Jewish holidays and traditions.

 About the Position:

The Operations Associate is responsible for all things related to the operations of our building (e.g., maintenance, keeping it clean, managing vendors, tenants, and any projects related to the building’s function).  The associate also maintains some databases, and does data entry for the organization. This position is for a generalist who enjoys behind-the-scenes work that sets people and the organization up for success, making sure things function in an exemplary way.  This position is an excellent entry point to Hillel and Jewish communal work for someone who is passionate about building thriving Jewish communities. We recognize that the job description below is broad and encompasses a lot. Please don’t be discouraged if you don’t have experience in every area of the job description.


Salary range:  45K-50K

January 26, 2023

About Center for Small Town Jewish Life:

The Center for Small Town Jewish Life cultivates vibrant, socially equitable communities rooted in their own sense of place, nourished by transformational learning, and intertwined with the broader Jewish world. We envision a diverse Jewish landscape that affirms the value of every individual and the power of mutually beneficial collaboration. The CSTJL brings this vision to life in Maine and empowers professional and lay leaders to realize it throughout the United States, especially in communities outside of major population centers.

About the Position:

The Center for Small Town Jewish Life at Colby College (CSTJL) seeks an innovative Jewish communal professional to serve as its deputy director. Reporting to the CSTJL’s executive director, Rabbi Rachel Isaacs, this entrepreneurial leader and team-oriented manager will play a pivotal role as the CSTJL matures and gains increasing national recognition.  This position will work closely with the Center’s executive director and the administrative specialist on most projects. This position has significant interaction with students, faculty, staff, the public, Jewish communal institutions, and the community.

 Salary : 80K

January 25, 2023

About Camp Young Judaea ( CYJ):

At Camp Young Judaea in New Hampshire, our goal is to provide a safe, nurturing and healthy environment in a beautiful, natural setting where campers from a diverse range of Jewish backgrounds:  We accept, respect and celebrate campers from many Jewish backgrounds and traditions; our diversity is our strength! Through experiential living and learning, our campers develop appreciation, understanding, knowledge and yes, passion, for Jewish heritage and culture. Be sure to look at our Jewish Culture section for more information. We are one of a select number of camps nationwide accredited by the American Camp Association, a national organization dedicated to serving the needs of children in all camp settings. We are also an active member of the New Hampshire Camp Directors Association and the Foundation for Jewish Camp and numerous other camp organizations.

About this position:

The Associate Director (AD)  serves as a key role in the overall supervision of camp, management of schedules, family communication, and delivering meaningful programs to campers and staff. Working in partnership with the Executive Director and COO, and in coordination with all other members of the Senior Leadership Team, the AD will manage the day-to-day functions of the camp during the summer season (June - August). During the off-season (September - May), the AD will play a lead role in camper recruitment and retention, summer staff recruitment and retention, planning for a successful summer camp season, and fostering and maintaining relationships with campers, parents and staff. The AD works remotely from September to May and lives at CYJ in Amherst, NH during the summer.

Salary Range: $70K-$90K

January 25, 2023

About J Street:

J Street is the political home for pro-Israel, pro-peace Americans working for the future of Israel as the democratic homeland of the Jewish people. The organization believes that preserving Israel’s Jewish and democratic character depends on achieving a two-state solution, resulting in a Palestinian state living alongside Israel in peace and security. J Street focuses its work in three main areas: (1) Advocating and demonstrating support for pro-Israel, pro-peace policies in Congress, the media and the Jewish community; (2) Endorsing and raising money for federal candidates who share J Street’s agenda; and (3) Educating the public and raising awareness of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the two-state solution.

About the Position:

The Assistant Regional Director (ARD) will be a key member of a seven-person team responsible for engaging leadership, stewarding donors, and enhancing J Streets presence in New England and the Midwest (this position will focus on Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, and Ohio). The ARD is responsible for creating and executing plans that grow the organization’s leadership ranks and raise operating and political funds.   Specific responsibilities include:  Development, Relationship Steward and Chapter Stewardship.

Salary Range: $61K-$65K

January 19, 2023

About Teen Just:

Teen JUST-US Boston seeks to foster strong commitment to social justice/tikkun olam (repairing the world) by engaging teens at a pivotal point in their lives. We welcome young people with a range of connections to the Jewish community (from highly active to limited/no activity) and provide them with a life-changing summer experience. Teens will have the opportunity be agents for change through a Jewish lens on social justice, connecting them to Judaism and Jewish peers.

About this position:

Full Time Summer Position (10 weeks, June – mid-August).  Program:15-20 rising high school juniors and seniors will participate in a six-week/five day per week summer program that is non-residential, providing an immersive social justice experience.
Interns will work three days per week with local organizations on pre-planned social justice project(s) and may also work with the organizations’ clients. In addition, the participants will join together twice weekly for leadership development and hands-on service projects. They will also participate in activities to build connection and welcome Shabbat together.

 Salary Range: $7500-$8000

January 19, 2023

About the Hannah Senesh School:

Hannah Senesh is an open and inclusive Jewish Day School committed to the rich mosaic of Jewish life. Our community reflects the great diversity of the modern Jewish people who find a warm and welcoming Jewish home at Senesh. Applicants should be creative, thoughtful, and reflective educators who value working in a progressive school setting. Senesh teachers strive to achieve purposeful learning, active engagement, and meaningful connections with students, families, and colleagues. 

About the positions:

Senesh is an open and inclusive Jewish Day School committed to the rich mosaic of Jewish life. Our community reflects the great diversity of the modern Jewish people who find a warm and welcoming Jewish home at Senesh. Applicants should be creative, thoughtful, and reflective educators who value working in a progressive school setting. Senesh teachers strive to achieve purposeful learning, active engagement, and meaningful connections with students, families, and colleagues. 

 Salary Ranges: $45-75K

January 12, 2023

About the Charleston Jewish Federation:

The Charleston Jewish Federation (CJF) is a non-profit community building organization supporting a $1.5 million annual fundraising campaign. We impact and enrich lives here at home and around the world every day, supporting local Jewish organizations and initiatives that build community, foster Jewish identity, and nurture and care for the Jewish people. 

 About the position: 

Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, the Development Associate will be a central member of the development team focusing on Life & Legacy and the Annual Jewish Community Campaign, while supporting the work of the department across a range of areas. The Development Associate will be part of a team that implements a development strategy for all areas of fundraising. Working collaboratively with professional and volunteer leaders, this position will support donor cultivation, stewardship and solicitation, relationship building, management of volunteer campaigners, prospect research, event planning, database efforts and a wide array of other tasks and opportunities.

Salary Range: $45-55K

January 12, 2023

About JLens:

JLens was launched in 2012 to explore investing through a Jewish lens and to increase the Jewish community’s participation in the growing socially responsible investing (SRI) field where other faiths are leaders and young people are exploring values, but also where Israel delegitimization and antisemitism are present. As values-based investors increasingly influence corporate behavior, JLens’ mission is to give the Jewish community a strategic presence in this influential arena to promote Jewish values and interests, and to combat BDS which has become the dominant narrative on Israel within the field. Since 2015, many Jewish institutions have invested in JLens’ Jewish Advocacy Strategy US, the only investment aligned with Jewish values that conducts investor advocacy with 300 powerful US companies on Jewish communal concerns. In 2022, JLens became a part of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).

About the Managing Director position: 

The Managing Director of JLens is the principal advocate for the organization’s mission, vision and values and, in conjunction with ADL, a partner in building the organization and sustaining its vision. JLens has laid the foundation over the past decade for the Jewish community’s entry into the values-based investing movement. This movement is important because it influences decision making for institutional investors and global corporations, creates positive social and environmental change, convenes faith leaders, and attracts younger investors seeking to invest with their values, while at the same time the movement has incorporated antisemitic and Israel delegitimization (BDS) efforts. Now as part of ADL, JLens is ready to scale and significantly expand its impact and is seeking a self-driven, dynamic and talented Managing Director to lead JLens into this next phase.

Salary range: $135-$200K

About the Direector of ESG Research:

The Director of ESG Research is an integral member of the JLens team responsible for overseeing JLens research initiatives, including research on the approximately 430 companies in the Jewish Advocacy Strategy and Jewish Values Global Index as relevant for scoring and corporate engagement in JLens’ Jewish values focus areas: Obligation to Coexistence, Society, Workers, the Environment, Ethical Business, and Support for Israel. The Director of ESG Research will develop, manage and oversee research management processes and systems, join corporate engagement, campaigns and initiatives to ensure success, and monitor and quantify impact achieved for reporting and communications purposes to JLens stakeholders.

Salary Range: $66-$80K

January 11, 2023

About The Jewish Funders Networks:

The Jewish Funders Network works with Jewish funders at the individual and collective levels to improve the quality of their giving and maximize their impact as they make the change they want to see in the world. JFN leverages the power and the creativity of networks to produce change in the Jewish World.

About the position:

The Director of Philanthropic Engagement (DPE) is a new, full-time, external-facing position who will work to cultivate new members, retain existing ones, and offer value for membership. We are looking for someone who enjoys growing relationships and networks. As part of this effort, the DPE will create and foster JFN’s Young Funder base, through programming and engagement. The DPE will report to the Vice President of Philanthropic Engagement (VP), and is based in NYC in the office Mon.-Thurs. and remote work on Fridays.

Salary Range: $100,000-$120,000

Please submit all materials to and include “Philanthropic Engagement Director” in the subject line. Only email submissions will be accepted.

January 11, 2023

About Camp Solomon Schechter: 

 CSS has a long tradition of fun friendship and Jewish education in the Pacific Northwest. We value each child as an individual and strive to support their social and spiritual growth.  Our campers have the opportunity to be independent in a safe and nurturing enveironment. We encourage every camper to try something new, make new friends, make good choices and grow as leaders and as individuals. CSS is fully immersive, welcoming and spiritual Jeish environment. 

 About the position

CSS is seeking an energenic and self -motivated partner and camp professional for the Assistant Camp Director position, who demonstrates a love of Jewish summer camp and all it has to offer.  This position will report to the Summer Camp Director and will help lift the profile of our entire organization, especially Jewish summer camp and year-round engagement.

Salary Range:  $55,000-$65,000 with benefits.

Please submit cover letter and resume to



January 10, 2023

About  Root One at the Jewish Education Project:

RootOne is a “Jewish start-up” – an innovative, dynamic initiative that is pro-actively inspiring a generation of teens to be more confident and proud Jews as they enter the next stage of their lives. RootOne, along with its youth serving organization grantee partners, redefine and deepen the typical teen Israel summer trip experience so that its impact is long-lasting. It does so by reducing the cost of participation, and by diversifying Israel experiences to make them more accessible to a wider audience of Jewish teens.

About the Grantee Operations Manager Position: 

RootOne seeks a full-time Grantee Operations Manager to further develop and manage its financial, funding, and grants processes as the organization grows’ utilizing Salesforce and other relevant tools.
Reporting to the Director of Strategy and Operations, the Grantee Operations Manager will also build collegial and productive relationships with key partners and colleagues based on trust, clarity of expectations and mutual respect. Candidates with diverse racial, cultural, educational, and experiential backgrounds are urged to apply.

Salary Range:  $70,000 - $85,000 depending upon experience.

About the Exec Assistant Position:

RootOne seeks a full-time Executive Assistant to provide day-to-day administrative tasks in support of the Executive Director, as well as select administrative tasks in support of the Senior Team. We are looking for a motivated individual who is detail-oriented, proactive, and organized. The successful candidate will anticipate needs, solve problems, and respond in a timely manner. She/he/they will work as a liaison for key internal and external constituents. Reporting to the Executive Director, this position requires tact, confidentiality, and integrity due to exposure to sensitive and privileged information. Candidates with diverse racial, cultural, educational, and experiential backgrounds are urged to apply.

Salary Range: $65,000 - $75,000 depending upon experience.

About the Program Manager: Social Media and Creative Content

RootOne seeks a full-time Social Media and Creative Content Project Manager to increase RootOne’s presence among its target markets. Reporting to the Director of Marketing, the Social Media and Creative Content Manager will be responsible for the voice of the RootOne brand on social media and other digital platforms, as well as through other promotional materials. The ideal candidate is highly creative, understands Jewish culture and identity, is familiar with Israel and Israel travel, has their finger on the pulse of trends, speaks fluent Tik Tok, Discord, and Reddit (among others), and has a great sense of humor. Candidates with diverse racial, cultural, educational, and experiential backgrounds are urged to apply.

 Salary Range: $60,000-$65,000 depending upon experience.

Please submit resume and cover letter to Please include the job title in the email subject line

December 23, 2022

About Repair the World:

Repair is building a national Jewish service movement that mobilizes young adults to serve in their communities, catalyzes service through deep partnerships within Jewish communal organizations, and inspires people to take action through time-bound thematic national service campaigns, digital engagement, and service. Our mission provides volunteers with an increased connection to meaningful service and learning as a Jewish value, builds capacity for nonprofit partners to meet their missions, and deepens connections across lines of difference. 

About the position:

As a leader on the development team, the Northeast Development Director will collaborate closely with the Northeast Regional Program Director, local program staff, national strategy (development, marketing & communications, digital, data) team, and executive leadership to share the story of Repair’s local impact and meet the funding needs. They will have the ability to empathize with donors, clearly communicate our organization’s mission, build strong relationships, and effortlessly move from high-level strategic thinking to frontline solicitation and stewardship with institutions (foundations, federations, corporate donors, etc.) and individuals.

Salary range: $95,000 – $115,000

December 22, 2022

About the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan:

JCC Harlem is a community space on West 118th Street that is welcome to all. An initiative of Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan in collaboration with UJA-Federation of NY, JCC Harlem creates unique and diverse access points to Jewish and communal life for members of the Harlem community. We are an institution that is at once both intentionally Jewish and committed to facilitating experiences between those who identify Jewishly and those who identify otherwise-in service of connecting, growing, and learning within an ever-changing Jewish landscape.

About the position:

The Director of JCC Harlem is responsible for the day-to-day strategy and management of JCC Harlem, setting the overall direction for the depth and breadth of programs and partnerships that serve and nurture the vibrant and diverse Harlem community.

Salary range: $115-135,000

December 22, 2022

About Kolot Chayeinu:

Kolot Chayeinu / Voices of Our Lives is a 30-years-strong, fast-growing, progressive unaffiliated Jewish congregation in Brooklyn, NY with over 450 households. Kolot is a place of inclusive ritual, supportive community, dynamic educational programming and the relentless pursuit of social justice. In alignment with Kolot’s Mission Statement, Sephardi and Mizrahi Jews and Jews of Color are strongly encouraged to apply.

About the position:

Based out of our Park Slope office, we are currently seeking to hire a full-time Director of Lifelong Learning (“Director”) by end of March 2022, with a start date of June 2022. This new position will: Oversee the day-to-day operations of our congregational school, the Children’s Learning Program (CLP), that serves around 110 students from birth through post B’nai Mitzvah. You will implement a vision for the school that is welcoming, inclusive, engaging and consistent with the congregation’s mission, values, and expectations; Lead the effort to make our curriculum, and by extension all of our CLP programs, fun, age-appropriate, exciting, inclusive and an importat component of Kolot’s journey to becoming an anti-racist congregation; Oversee and grow adult ed offerings by partnering with the Rabbi to: envision and organize events and workshops with speakers from within and beyond the community on topics of Jewish ritual, history and more; and identify ideal classes and programs for adult members with a wide variety of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. 

Salary range: $80,000 for 3-5 years of experience

December 22, 2022

About URJ Camp George

Since 1999 Camp George has served thousands of campers and has played a significant role in the strengthening of the Reform Jewish movement in Canada. Camp George enables Canadian Jewish youth to participate in Reform Jewish camping while enjoying the beauty and serenity of the Northern Ontario camping experience. At Camp George, Jewish youth from all over Canada and the United States participate in a unique camping experience that blends the best of Reform camping with the historic traditions of Ontario camping. Within this community participants forge life-long friendships and experience a truly transformative Jewish experience.

About the position:

This is a seasonal position living on-site at Camp George from mid-June to late August 2023 with some meeting/planning requirements in Spring 2023 remotely. Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Serve as a member of the summer Senior Leadership Team; Participate in the planning and implementation of the Hanhallah (Head Staff) and General Staff training; Participate in regularly scheduled administrative team meetings; Serve as part of the greater Hanhallah team and execute Hanhallah duties including participating in regular Hanhallah meetings, maintaining and supporting camp policy, and being in regular communication with the Director and Associate Director; Oversee and execute the Summer’s education curriculum for all Edot (units); Oversee various all camp programs including Yom Yisrael, Pride Shabbat, Tisha B’av, etc; Work in partnership with the Program Director to support Jewish program integration in camp programming (all camp, unit, and cabin programs); Oversee T’fillot (prayer) in camp; Oversee Songleading in camp; Oversee Israel Engagement in camp; Support, liaise with and be the main point of contact for Faculty; May be responsible for overseeing Budget for specific programs; Serve as a Jewish Role Model and help facilitate the development of a positive Jewish identity in campers and staff; Other duties which may be assigned at the discretion of the Camp Director or Associate Director

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter c/o Jeff Rose, Director, at

Salary range: $6,000-7,000 CDN

December 22, 2022

About Temple Reyim:

Temple Reyim, located in Newton, MA, is a warm and inclusive congregation with a rich, 70 year history. We are a traditional, egalitarian, and spiritually vibrant community affiliated with the Conservative movement. Our congregation has grown in the last 5-7 years, primarily with younger families. We are deeply involved in the broader community through impactful social action initiatives in refugee resettlement, LGBTQ inclusion, and racial justice. Temple Reyim is embarking on an exciting time in our history. We have launched a shared campus that is a groundbreaking model for Jewish communal life. 

About the position:

Temple Reyim seeks a dynamic, innovative, and highly motivated Executive Assistant / Office Administrator who will operate a warm and friendly, high-functioning, accurate, and fast-paced environment. Approximately 25/week which may vary from week to week, with about 80% of the hours expected to be in person at the Temple Reyim office in Auburndale, MA. Preference for Jan. 15 start-date. 

Salary range: $24-28/Hour

December 22, 2022

About UMass Hillel:

UMass Hillel, located in the beautiful college town of Amherst, Massachusetts in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts is a non-profit organization that serves as the vibrant center of Jewish life for the UMass Amherst campus. With 11 Jewish student groups, a dedicated staff team, and a diverse range of programs and learning opportunities that engage over 1,300 students annually, UMass Hillel is a lively and dynamic place to work.  Our mission is to empower students through the vitality of Jewish life to cultivate healthy, purposeful lives and relationships that better our community and world. UMass Hillel is proudly affiliated with Hillel International as part of an international network of Hillel’s. 

About the position: 

As Director of Advancement, you will take over a successful fundraising operation with a loyal donor base and help build upon this success in line with our mission and strategic goals. You will create and oversee an annual development plan that addresses all core elements of achieving our annual fundraising goal including direct response, cultivation and stewardship, frontline fundraising, legacy, and events. Additionally, you will oversee the completion of our 80th Anniversary Campaign.

Salary range: $100,00 - $120,000

December 8, 2022

About Repair the World 

Repair the World mobilizes Jews and their communities to take action to pursue a just world. We
believe that service in support of social change is vital to a flourishing Jewish community and an
inspired Jewish life. By 2026, Repair will inspire and catalyze one million acts of service toward
repairing the world.

About the position

Repair the World is seeking a Boston Teen Program Associate. The associate will work under
Repair the World Boston’s City Director and in partnership with the Repair the World Boston
team. The associate will manage timely and relevant communication with the teens and their
families, synagogues, and community partners, and lead programming regularly.

Assistant Director of Development, Development Fellow, Boston University Hillel, Boston, MA

December 1, 2022

About BU Hillel

Boston University is home to one of the largest Jewish undergraduate populations at a private university globally, with 4,000 Jewish undergraduate students and 2,000 Jewish graduate students.

About the Assistant Director of Development Position

You’ll power Hillel by supporting efforts to connect people, vital funds, and resources to our mission. You will plan and execute all development plans for BU Hillel, under the leadership of the Executive Director and Managing Director. You will report to the Managing Director. 

Salary range: $70,000-$80,000

About the Development Fellow Position

Make your mark on Jewish student life by joining Boston University Hillel. You’ll power Hillel by supporting efforts to connect people, vital funds, and resources to our mission. You will plan and execute development plans for BU Hillel, under the leadership of the Assistant Director of Development, Executive Director, and Managing Director. 

Salary range: $50,000-$60,000

Assistant Director of Camper and Staff Experience, Director of Camper Care, Marketing and Communications Manager,Camp Yavneh, Remote/New Hampshire

November 29, 2022

About Camp Yavneh

Camp Yavneh, situated on 65 beautiful acres of woodlands and waterfront in southern New Hampshire, is a 75-year-old Jewish summer camp where generations of campers have created lifelong friendships, engaged in top-notch activities, and deepened their Jewish engagement. Our Klal Yisrael (pluralistic) approach encourages Jewish children ages 8-16 from all backgrounds and experiences to come together in a joy-filled, co-ed, overnight camp environment where all aspects of life reflect Jewish values.

About the Assistant Director, Camper and Staff Experience position

Camp Yavneh is seeking an energetic, creative, and passionate leader to serve as our camp’s Assistant Director (AD) for Camper and Staff Experience. As a member of the Hanhallah (Senior Leadership Team), the AD will play a key role in delivering positive and meaningful program experiences for our chanichim (campers) and tzevet (staff). Working in partnership with the Director, and in coordination with all other members of the Hanhallah (including the COO/CFO and the Program Director), the AD will manage the day-to-day functions of the camp during the summer season (June - August). During the off-season (September - May), the AD will play a lead role in camper recruitment and retention, summer staff recruitment and retention, planning for a successful summer camp season, and fostering and maintaining relationships with campers, parents, and staff.

Salary range: $65,000-75,000

About the Director of Camper Care Position

The Director of Camper Care (DCC) will serve as an integral member of Camp Yavneh’s professional team as the primary mental health expert on-site during the summer and year-round. The main responsibility of the DCC is to ensure that ALL campers’ needs are being met and to serve as a resource for social-emotional issues that may arise with campers throughout camp.  The DCC will train and provide resources to staff in addition to working directly with campers and their families to identify, treat, support, and report on any mental, emotional, social, or health concerns before, during, and after camp. 

Salary range: $45,000-55,000

Marketing and Communications Manager

The new Camp Yavneh Marketing and Communications Manager will be responsible for: Collaborating with senior leadership to develop and implement organization-wide communications and marketing strategies that will further the mission of Camp Yavneh and broaden the organization’s visibility and reach; Refining and shaping Camp Yavneh’s key messages, the language, images, and multimedia that represent Camp Yavneh and its work; Ensuring message consistency across the organization; and more!

Salary range: $40,000-50,000

November 17, 2022

About The Jewish Education Project

The Jewish Education Project is devoted to ensuring that Jewish education continues to evolve to meet the needs of the Jewish community in our rapidly changing world. We are the force driving bold innovation and transformation in Jewish education to build a thriving Jewish community and future. As a New York-based agency and beneficiary of UJA-Federation of New York, we are expanding our sphere of influence to serve both our New York constituents and an increasingly national audience. We are nationally renowned for offering exceptional professional development, piloting new models, and harnessing digital platforms to serve educators in diverse settings.

About the position

The Jewish Education Project seeks a full-time Development Manager to join the Advancement Team to help grow the agency’s financial resources and expand our visibility. Reporting to the Chief Advancement Officer (CAO), the Development Manager will collaborate with the board of directors and key senior colleagues to focus on four and five-figure gifts to expand our pool of individual donors. You will be responsible for managing and cultivating relationships with current donors, identifying new prospects, and spearheading our annual Benefit and donor engagement events. The ideal candidate will love building relationships, executing high-quality events, and connecting donors to a cause.

Salary range: $70,000 - $90,000


November 17, 2022

About the Alliance

The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island (the Alliance) serves to enrich the quality of life for Jews in Rhode Island, in Israel, and around the world. Today’s Alliance is where the community comes together as one to develop responses to critical issues facing Rhode Island. We do this through philanthropy, education and wellness opportunities, community relations, and by convening agencies, synagogues, and organizations to create a stronger, more vibrant community for everyone. 

About the position 

The Chief Development Officer is part of the organization’s leadership team and is responsible for all aspects of fundraising and financial resource development at the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island. The Chief Development Officer leads a department responsible for raising close to $4 million through the annual campaign, endowment, supplemental campaigns, corporate sponsorships, grants, events, and other means of raising funds. The ideal candidate possesses a record of successful fundraising, including prospecting, donor stewardship, cultivation of major gifts, and a clear understanding of how fundraising connects to the larger success of the organization, as well as strong leadership skills. The candidate should have a curiosity and passion for building new relationships and securing new donors, as well as a positive outlook on the organization’s ability to inspire giving. 

Salary range: $100,000 - $125,000

Director of Product, Senior Marketing Manager, Donor Engagement Manager, Contract Grant Writer, Custom & Craft, Remote, US

November 10, 2022

About Custom & Craft

Custom & Craft’s mission is to revolutionize home-based Jewish rituals, empowering individuals to craft diverse, unique experiences by offering accessible, easy-to-use, and sophisticated design tools. Our small but mighty team is passionate about building a world abounding with people who are connected, community-minded, and empathetic. We are at an exciting stage in our organization’s evolution, looking to substantially grow our programmatic footprint beyond our existing sites, & HighHolidays@Home, to reach all aspects of Jewish life and DIY rituals. To accomplish our goals, we are building out our network, designing and piloting exciting new online tools, and seeking to grow our team with more people who share our values of Caring, Creating, Collaborating, and Celebrating.

About the Director of Product position

The Director of Product is critical to the success of our ambitious new project to reformulate and scale existing, accessible technology from Custom & Craft to empower millions of people with easily navigable, diverse, and engaging self-guided ritual experiences. They will not only own the creation of this new SaaS product but also be a key person in communicating with organizations and funders about the vision and our progress towards it. Salary range: $125,000-$175,000

About the Senior Marketing Manager position

Custom & Craft is in search of a Senior Marketing Manager. This position will report to and work closely with the Executive Director and will collaborate with the Director of Partnerships & Content and the Director of Product. The Senior Marketing Manager will conceptualize and implement seasonal marketing campaigns to grow our audience and increase engagement and retention with our platforms. They will ensure our brand consistency and visibility across a variety of targeted audiences and channels, including email marketing, social media, and paid advertising, and must be comfortable working with specialized consultants as needed to optimize these efforts. Salary range: $70,000-$85,000

About the Doner Engagement Manager position

Custom & Craft is in search of a Donor Engagement Manager. This position will report to and work closely with the Executive Director, as well as closely with the grants-focused professional. The Donor Engagement Manager leads individual giving strategy at Custom & Craft and works closely with the other members of the leadership team to engage individual donors in supporting Custom & Craft’s growth. Primary responsibilities include strategizing and managing relationships with individual donors, including planning and implementing all cultivation and stewardship activities, donor research, and managing reporting for individual giving. The ideal candidate has a clear grasp of all core components of development, with particularly strong experience in individual giving, including major gifts, stewardship, and annual giving campaigns (direct mail and digital). Salary range: $55,000-$65,000

About the Contract Grant Writer position

Custom & Craft is in search of a grant writer to support our foundation grant strategy on a contract basis. This contractor will work directly with the Executive Director, as well as our Donor Engagement Manager. The contractor will be responsible for leading the Custom & Craft team through the grant process, from prospecting to project management and writing to compliance. The portfolio of grants is currently approximately 20 submissions annually, with the hope that the addition of this resource will help us double our activity. Salary range: $2,500 - $3,500/month