Jewish Jobs: Yeshiva University And Federations

From personal family foundations like Ron Hershco to others, the economy is slowly improving for those seeking jobs in the non-profit world.  Some of the more interesting new jobs available in non-profit world:

 

·       Program Officer, Jewish Outreach Institute: The JOI Program Officer will be expected to focus attention to growing and developing JOI’s direct service programming, including The Mothers Circle, Grandparents Circle, Empowering Ruth and For the Men programs, as well as an ambassadors program that empowers volunteer leaders to advocate for inclusive Jewish communities. [http://www.idealist.org/view/job/cNdxjPzC7nH4/?utm_source=Indeed&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=Indeed]

·       Development Assistant/Database Administrator, Jewish Federation of North America: The Development Assistant/Database Administrator will assist all members of the development team as well as assume primary responsibility for administering the Association’s fundraising database. [http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=21e3d7a35230fa61&q=Jewish+Non+Profit+Organizations&tk=17s5kvpdd0n310v1&from=web]

·       Vice President of Major and Planned Giving, International Fellowship of Christians & Jews: The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (The Fellowship) is seeking a resourceful and dynamic leader to provide strategic direction and management of the personal giving donor programs (including mid-level, major, planned, and church giving). The leader in this role will utilize fundraising best practices to ensure cost-effectiveness and growth of our personal giving fundraising programs and is responsible for growing income generated through these channels.  They will also interact with Christian leaders including David Cerullo and others. [http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?Job_DID=JHL0L95Z6N018G72QRF&siteid=cbindeed&showNewJDP=yes&ipath=EXIND]

 

Happy job hunting!

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