This is a full-time position managing all aspects of guest registrations for year-round programs that serve populations who identify as orthodox, conservative, reform, reconstructionist, renewal, and secular, as well as those who are exploring the variety of Jewish perspectives and practices. Position is supervised by the Director of Marketing & Communications. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Answer registration phone line and field general and program-specific questions (e.g. program content, transportation, kashrut, etc.) Assist guests with their reservations using an online registration database Respond to email and phone messages promptly Send requested program information to guests via mail or email Create and implement payment plans and assist with financial aid Generate and send invoices to guests/li> Assist in the maintenance and management of the registration database Maintain information systems for interdepartmental reporting Manage guest check-in and check-out for select events and assist with post-retreat closure Assist in marketing and outreach efforts Assist in general retreat center operations during busy periods Qualifications include: Service-oriented, with excellent customer service skills Extremely personable, friendly, and organized Ability to communicate information efficiently and clearly to guests and staff Ability to handle and organize a lot of information at once while paying attention to […]
This is a full-time position producing unique immersive events that serve a diverse and vibrant Jewish community. Position is supervised by the Program Manager. The position requires becoming intimately familiar with all aspects of the retreat center operations and offerings, as well as Jewish customs, holidays, and traditions. In addition, applicants must be committed to supporting Jewish practice across and beyond the denominational spectrum. We serve populations who identify as orthodox, conservative, reform, reconstructionist, renewal, and secular, as well as those who are exploring the variety of Jewish perspectives and practices. Ability to lead learning sessions and lead prayer services is a plus. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Plan multiple shabbatonim, retreats, training programs, and holidays over the course of a calendar year Hire and coordinate teachers, prayer leaders, and volunteers/interns for specific events Convene and work with steering committees and partnering organizations to gather volunteer support and extend our constituency network Fulfill responsibilities of Event Leader before, during, and after events including staffing a Guest Services desk, leading welcome/orientation opening circles as well as closing circles, making announcements and coordinating blessings after meals, responding to guest needs in tandem with operations staff, and working with teachers/leaders during […]
For the 2012-2013 academic year, Jewish Farm School is excited to offer a highly motivated and qualified individual the opportunity to serve as a Marketing and Development Intern. The Marketing and Development Intern will work closely with Jewish Farm School’s Marketing and Operations Associate on a variety of projects in New York City, to include assisting in planning development events, social media development, copywriting and editing, donation management, etc. For more information about this opportunity view our ad on Idealist.
Wilderness Torah is looking to fill the following youth program positions for Fall 2012 for B’hootz (Ages 5-10) and B’naiture (Ages 11-13). If you, or someone you know, is interested in applying, please see the full description. (more…)
Exciting things are happening in Downtown Detroit! The Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue (IADS) seeks to hire its first fulltime director. The director will support a vibrant and growing egalitarian conservative congregation in downtown Detroit with a collective vision of meaningful and accessible Judaism. The director will support the work of a deeply engaged board and congregation by facilitating and expanding programs and streamlining operational processes. (more…)
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Jewish Farm School is looking for one to two people to work on their farm for the coming summer and fall.
Kibbutz Lotan’s Extreme Green Apprenticeship, an intensive eco-work & study vacation.
Do you want to build a sustainable Jewish Community? You can with the Jewish Greening Fellowship.
New York, NY The Program Associate is a full-time position and anchors the ambitious programmatic agenda of the organization. We are looking for a self-motivated individual who can join this dynamic national team working with the Executive Director, Associate Director of Operations, Program Staff in Los Angeles, President, Board, and volunteers. (more…)
Amir is growing the environmental movement this summer, enabling ten summer camps across the country to build “social-action” community gardens. Amir teaches campers about issues of social justice such as world hunger, sharing limited resources, and the importance of cooperation through the process of building community gardens. (more…)
Ekar in Denver, CO is seeking a qualified candidate to lead the organization from a new program into a sustainable non-profit with diversified funding sources, a productive farm and consistently strong programming. We are looking for an Executive Director to start in March 2012. The ideal candidate will be responsible for overseeing contracted employees, managing and developing the board of directors, fiscal oversight, leading fundraising efforts such as grant writing and community events, overseeing the farm and developing programs and partnerships that further our mission. (more…)
The Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life (COEJL) has been selected by peer organizations to serve as administrator of the Green Hevra, a network of Jewish environmental organizations working together to further define and build the field. We are seeking a part-time program assistant who will report to COEJL’s Director and work with the Green Hevra stewardship (steering) committee. This position is currently funded for one year, based in COEJL’s New York office and available immediately. (more…)
Do you have a few hours, days, or weeks when you want to come into a Hazon office to volunteer? We would love your help in creating a healthier and more sustainable Jewish community and world. Let us know your interests and skills. (more…)
Join other passionate young adults in their 20s for a 3 month residential, leadership-training program in Berkeley, CA.