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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

Digital Marketing & Communications Associate: The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington

Posted: 07/22/2022

Federation’s Digital Marketing & Communications Associate is an essential member of our Marketing & Communications team, with the technical skills to manage our digital platforms and experience creating social media content for nonprofits or other organizations. Their work will elevate our community’s understanding and appreciation of Federation’s work and keep users of all ages engaging with our brand.

The Jewish Federation professional team is mission-driven and committed to helping every member of Greater Washington’s Jewish community connect with purpose, at a time when maintaining those connections is more important than ever before. The Digital Marketing & Communications Associate is a key driver of this work.

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DC Director

Posted: 07/18/2022

Jews United for Justice (JUFJ), along with our sister 501(c)4 organization, the JUFJ Campaign Fund, is seeking an experienced, full-time DC Director to join our organizing team.

The DC Director is responsible for the oversight, management, and effectiveness of the DC team. This includes supervision of organizing staff, goal setting, strategy development, campaign selection and execution, leadership development, decision making, coalition and external relations, and ensuring that the team is working smoothly and effectively. The DC Director additionally serves as Legislative Director for the Under 3 DC campaign. Internally, the DC Director is also responsible for partnering with other directors and senior staff to identify opportunities for cross-organization collaboration, learning, and problem-solving, as well as to identify needs or issues of concern among their team and across the organization. The DC Director also represents JUFJ’s core values and applies a racial equity lens to all of JUFJ’s work. This is a full-time, exempt position that reports to the Director of Organizing and currently manages 2 direct reports and an Avodah Corps Member.

Religious School Teacher

Posted: 07/07/2022

Yavneh, Hill Havurah’s Sunday school program, is looking for teachers for the next school year.

Executive Assistant

Posted: 11/15/2021

Location: DC, Maryland, or Northern Virginia areas preferred. Available to work during 9-5pm East Coast time. Our team mostly works from home. Staff will be expected to attend some in-person meetings and events.

Description: Part-time, 20 hrs/week, with opportunity for advancement and growth

Start Date: Immediately

Salary: $25,000-$30,000 commensurate with experience

the Den Collective Overview:

Be a part of a growing organization that is at the cutting edge of the changing American Jewish landscape. Our workplace culture fosters a unique work-life balance that is supportive, compassionate, and based in a thrilling metropolitan center. The Den Collective builds intentional Jewish community with 20s to early 40s  throughout Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington DC. We seek to build spaces of meaning that invite people to deepen their connection to Judaism,  feel a sense of belonging in community, and enrich their lives.  The Den  strives to be collaborative, experimental, transparent, and radically welcoming. We foster safe and sacred spaces that invite everyone to truly be themselves; vulnerable, transparent, and real.

COVID-19 Policy:

At this time, we are offering both virtual and outdoor, in-person gatherings. In addition to following CDC guidelines, vaccination is required for all who attend in-person gatherings. For the health and safety of our community, vaccination against COVID-19 is a requirement for all staff team members, including this position.

Director, Early Childhood Education Temple Sinai, Washington, DC

Posted: 11/05/2021


Temple Sinai Nursery School (TSNS) is a Developmental Early Childhood Program which emphasizes experiential “hands-on” learning. We have achieved accreditation by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and we are a Partnership for Jewish Life & Learning Commended School.  The philosophy of the school is based on the theories of Piaget, Bruner, Vygotsky, Erikson, Gardner, the Bank Street Model, and constructivist education, and is inspired by the practices of the Reggio Emilia Approach.


Our school serves children ages 2 years through pre-kindergarten. We see children as competent individuals who flourish in a joyful early childhood setting that encourages freedom of expression, focuses on building strong social-emotional skills, and promotes self-confidence through active hands-on learning.  Our program is imbued with Jewish values that emphasize and promote kindness (g’milut chasadim), doing good deeds (mitzvot) and taking care of our world (tikkun olam).  TSNS enjoys long term relationships with its faculty, a third of whom have master’s degrees or higher in the field. Faculty engage in professional development on an ongoing basis. In addition, consultants in the areas of motor, speech, behavior, health and social work provide guidance to faculty and families on site.  Please follow this link to learn more about TSNS.



Temple Sinai is a Reform congregation in Northwest Washington, DC, that has been part of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) since its formation in 1951. At Temple Sinai, we aim to make Jewish ritual, Jewish values, Jewish learning, and Jewish community a relevant, meaningful and enriching part of our members’ lives. We believe that synagogue membership should change your life, and we constantly seek new or better ways to help our members live Jewishly.


We believe in providing Jewish education that has a meaningful impact on its participants, from early childhood through adult education.  We believe that Temple Sinai should be a vibrant, joyful, and spiritually and intellectually stimulating place.  Like most congregations, we have experienced challenges since the onset of COVID-19.  Nonetheless, we have emerged financially stable; membership numbers remain nearly unchanged and our schools have reopened in person.  While local health regulations for preschools have mandated smaller numbers of students per class this year, we are fully confident that Temple Sinai Nursery School’s established reputation for excellence will regrow enrollment to the full complement as soon as conditions permit.


At Temple Sinai, we are grounded in our mission and core values.  Please take a moment to make yourself familiar withour core values and mission statement before submitting your application.


At Temple Sinai, you will find a dynamic and highly rewarding work environment.  We work in a collaborative environment, serving and celebrating our inclusive and diverse community. When you work for Temple Sinai, you will receive competitive benefits along with the opportunity to be part of a caring community and contribute to our mission.

All candidates must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.


Development Assistant

Posted: 09/14/2021

J Street is looking for a Development Assistant to work closely with the Deputy Director of Development Operations and Vice President of Development. They will ensure the highest quality donation-tracking and acknowledgment systems are in place to enable the rapid expansion of J Street’s donor base.

Religious School Teachers Needed for Sundays mornings & Wednesday afternoons

Posted: 08/13/2021

Congregation Etz Hayim, a Conservative synagogue in Arlington, Virginia, is seeking a kindergarten teacher for Sunday mornings (9:30 – 12:30). The curriculum includes Jewish values, holidays and basic Aleph Bet Hebrew learning. We are also looking for a 7th Grade teacher for Wednesday afternoons (4:45 – 6:45). The curriculum is tefilla and the Shabbat morning service. We are also looking for a trained Hebrew Through Movement teacher for Sunday mornings.

We plan to be in-person this Fall and will be fully masked in the building. We follow Arlington County public school protocols and may switch to online if necessary to keep our community safe.



Religious School Teacher

Posted: 07/13/2021

Congregation B’nai Tzedek – Religious School Faculty

Potomac, MD

We have Sunday morning openings. Come reimagine congregational learning with us! If you are interested in guiding students to make meaningful connections with friends, mentors, Jewish learning, and celebration we are the school for you. Our students gain Jewish literacy in a fun, experiential environment.


Posted: 07/07/2021

Agudas Achim Congregation seeks a vibrant, creative person to join our School and Youth team. This individual will implement programs that weave Jewish resources and values into programs that excite participants socially, intellectually, and emotionally. The Agudas Teen Program does not seek to replace existing national youth groups, instead we want to build a program that connects our kids to one another, to Agudas Achim, and to their Jewish future. To apply, send a brief cover letter along with your resume to [email protected] 

Museum Educator

Posted: 06/30/2021

The Capital Jewish Museum seeks a Museum Educator to join our fast-moving team as we plan and launch a new Jewish Museum for the nation’s capital. The Museum Educator will be part of a team that deeply appreciates the role of museums in building community, exploring identity and inspiring civil discourse and civic engagement. The new museum, projected to open in 2022, will be built at 3rd and F St. NW, just a block from the National Building Museum. The museum facility will incorporate our 1876 historic synagogue as its centerpiece “object,” and will feature new exhibition galleries and programming spaces, including a key feature, the Community Action Lab.