Careers

New Job calendar entry with smiley faceThe Career Center is a forum that pairs Jewish communal professional organizations with career opportunities together with people seeking those opportunities in Jewish communal service.

If you represent a local Jewish communal organization click on the “Submit a Job Listing” button below and complete the form. Within two business days, your posting will either go live or you will be contacted by Jconnect with questions. Before posting, read Jconnect’s Career Posting Guidelines.

If you are looking for a new opportunity, browse the job listings below. If you are interested in any of the positions, please contact the posting organization(s) directly. We encourage you to check back often because new jobs are always being posted.

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Current Opportunities

Communication & Administrative Coordinator

Posted: 06/09/2021

Kol Ami, the Northern Virginia Reconstructionist Community, seeks an energetic and personable self-starter to serve 15 hours per week (20 hours/week during the High Holiday season) in a key outreach and administrative capacity.  

The Coordinator will serve as a focal point for members and prospective members and interact routinely with our Rabbi, volunteer leaders, and facility liaison (we hold events at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington, 4444 Arlington Blvd, Arlington, VA).

2s and Support Teachers at Gan HaYeled

Posted: 06/04/2021

Gan HaYeled Preschool at Adas Israel Congregation is looking for a full-time 2s teacher, a part-time 2s teacher, and a full-time support staff member (“floater”).

Gan HaYeled is a Reggio Emilia-Inspired, Jewish values-based preschool in
Northwest Washington, DC. We believe children are full citizens with
powerful ideas and voices. We are an inclusive school and celebrate the
developmental differences of each child. Our educators are learners and leaders whose
voices and ideas shape the school around them. We have a Co-Educator model where all
members of the teaching team contribute to the classroom meaningfully.

Click here to view the full job description.

Registrar

Posted: 06/01/2021

Responsible for all phases of registrations, accounts receivable, refunds and write-offs related to Membership and Program fees.

Administration Coordinator

Posted: 06/01/2021

Organizational Description

Sunflower Bakery, a community-based, non-profit organization, was established in 2009 to provide skilled, on-the-job training to prepare young adults with learning differences for successful employment in pastry, baking or related industries. Sunflower directly addresses this need through its Pastry Arts and Hospitality Employment Training Programs and an After-School and Summer Teen Exposure Program.

 

 

Associate Regional Director

Posted: 05/26/2021

Associate Regional Directors play a key role in the success of BBYO by working closely with teens in the Washington, DC area (Rockville, District and Howard County), to create strong programs, develop leadership skills, and make their chapters great. This is an amazing opportunity to make an impact by engaging with and inspiring Jewish teens to do great things.

Yavneh Teacher

Posted: 05/26/2021

Hill Havurah, a warm and dynamic non-denominational synagogue on Capitol Hill is hiring creative, caring, and enthusiastic teachers for it’s Yavneh educational program on Sunday mornings. 

Federation’s United Jewish Endowment Fund (UJEF), Coordinator

Posted: 05/26/2021

The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington

This position works within the Financial Resource Development Team and has primary responsibilities within the United Jewish Endowment Fund. The Coordinator supports the operations, administration and growth of the UJEF, by working directly with the Chief Development Officer and the Deputy Director on building and implementing processes to aid fund development and providing high quality customer service. This team member must be a detail-oriented individual who can excel as a project manager, both participating in and leading a number of projects.

The Coordinator will help the UJEF develop systems useful for smooth operations. A successful candidate will have the technical skills to quickly learn the complex software that manages a wide range of endowment funds and the communication skills that provide ongoing stewardship to donors. The Coordinator must be a self-starter, able to navigate competing priorities, support multiple projects, and interface effectively with all internal and external stakeholders.

Executive and Special Projects Assistant

Posted: 05/19/2021

Jews United for Justice (JUFJ) is seeking an Executive & Special Projects Assistant  to help support a growing organization and further JUFJ’s mission by providing administrative support to the Executive Director and Deputy Director, and by taking on a range of special projects.

The ideal candidate will be energetic and detail-oriented, and thrive in a fast-paced environment. Candidates must have excellent interpersonal skills, an orientation toward flexibility, the skills and desire to solve a range of problems, and exceptional judgment.

Main areas of responsibility include scheduling and administration, project management, doing special projects, and professionally communicating on behalf of the Executive Director and Deputy Director. The ideal candidate will remain adaptable as the position responsibilities may evolve over time.  The Executive & Special Projects Assistant reports to the Executive Director, and is based in Washington, DC. This is a full-time, exempt position that falls within a bargaining unit represented for collective bargaining purposes by a labor organization (NPEU/Local 70, IFPTE).

ABOUT JEWS UNITED FOR JUSTICE

Jews United for Justice advances economic, racial, and social justice in the Washington, DC and Maryland region by educating and mobilizing our local Jewish communities to action. We move our region closer to equity and justice by advancing issue-based campaigns that make real, immediate, and concrete improvements in people’s lives and build the power of working-class and poor communities of color. Through these campaigns we develop leaders, build our Jewish grassroots community, shift the consciousness of our community, and build the collective power needed to undo systemic racism and inequality.  Learn more about JUFJ.

Development Manager

Posted: 05/13/2021

The Development Manager is a mid-level position that will work within the Development Department and cross-functionally across the organization to support the development and implementation of the goals, strategies and tactics for JUFJ’s fundraising campaigns. The role will work closely with the Director of Development, the Communications Manager, and the Operations Department. This is a full-time, exempt position that falls within a bargaining unit represented for collective bargaining purposes by a labor organization (NPEU/Local 70, IFPTE).

The ideal candidate is a professional who is energized by working with others and sharing the impact that JUFJ has in our region. This position is key to JUFJ’s success and requires a highly organized, creative, detail-oriented and motivated person to support multi-channel revenue generation, donor stewardship and sponsorship in a fast paced, growing organization.

Inclusion Counselor

Posted: 05/12/2021

Responsible for the supervision and safety of campers and activities at Camp JCC within the guidelines set by the Bender JCC of Greater Washington.