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7th Grade Sunday School Teacher - Innovative Program Emphasizing Culture, History & Social Action

Beth Chai - the Jewish Humanist Congregation of Greater Washington

3017620818

APPLICATION LINK

Beth Chai in Bethesda is looking for a creative, energetic and engaging teacher for our 7th grade class. As a Jewish humanist congregation, our curriculum focuses on Jewish history, culture, community and values, rather than liturgy or Hebrew. Our class size is small and our community is warm and welcoming. We offer a competitive salary and provide a detailed curriculum, plus lots of support, to teachers. We meet on Sunday mornings from 9:30 am to noon.
If you are interested in learning more, please contact Rabbi Debbie Cohen at DeborahBCohen@gmail.com.

Marketing intern

The Forward

2124539430

The Forward seeks an aspiring marketer for a remote paid internship on the Marketing team. The internship would run for at least 15 weeks. 15-29 hours per week is desired, although work hours are flexible. Forward interns are paid $15 an hour.

Work on the Marketing team will provide the intern with a wide range of marketable skills and experience at an exciting time in our newsroom. This is a great place to work, with a warm, collegial environment, a growing footprint in digital media, and a start-up mentality within a revered brand.

The Forward delivers incisive coverage of the issues, ideas and institutions that matter to American Jews. Now in its 124th year of operation, the Forward’s rigorous reporting and balanced commentary on politics, arts and culture has won awards year after year.

The Forward is an independent, reader-supported nonprofit committed to diversity, equity, inclusion and justice in our coverage, staffing and culture. The Forward is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage applications from all qualified individuals regardless of their race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, disability or genetic information or any other status protected by law.

Responsibilities

• Support our digital marketing campaigns via email, social, search and display
• Create and curate compelling content and ads
• Write compelling copy and CTAs for ads
• Report on digital media campaigns
• Design and create visual assets for social media and ads; edit images and graphics (graphic design experience a plus)
• Optimize reader engagement and grow follower base
• Keep abreast of new digital marketing trends/developments
Collecting quantitative and qualitative data for marketing campaigns Assisting with virtual events, including promotion and reporting Supporting the marketing team in daily administrative tasks

Requirements

• One year of marketing experience
• Interest in Jewish life, news, culture and current events a must
• Innovative, strategic, and analytical thinker
• Self-starter with a strong sense of urgency and prioritization skills
• Team player who works well both collaboratively and autonomously
• Organizational and time-management skills
• Keen eye for detail and aesthetic; graphic design skills are a plus, but not required

To apply

Please send your resume and cover letter to kuperman@forward.com , subject line Marketing Internship.

Program Associate

Institute of Southern Jewish Life

6013626357

The Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life (ISJL) needs enthusiastic and passionate Program Associates to live in Jackson, Mississippi and travel across our Southern Region.

ISJL Program Associates gain tremendous experience in this position building education, communal service, t'filah (worship), and leadership skills during their time at the Institute. Program Associates are based in our office in Jackson, Mississippi, and travel all over the South visiting unique communities. On-the-job training is provided, as well as salary, expenses, and benefits. Upon completion of their time at the Institute, many Program Associates get accepted into top graduate programs and receive quality job offers in the Jewish community.

Communications + Operations Coordinator

the Den Collective

7746418293

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: 30 hrs/week, with opportunity for advancement and growth

Start Date: Immediately

Salary: $37,500 - $43,000, 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 in-person and virtual 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 (including boosters) is a requirement for all staff team members, including this position.

Position Overview:

We are seeking a Communications + Operations Coordinator to join our staff team and provide logistics and operations support to the team. This role will support scheduling and logistics, data and reporting, and serves as a liaison to the Board of Directors and members of the community, and oversees special projects.

About You:

You have impeccable standards, with high attention to detail.

You have strong interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written, and the ability to build relationships with a diverse set of people including staff, board members, community members, and donors.

You feel comfortable with concepts related to data collection and analysis.

You are proactive, take initiative, and are a creative problem solver.

You have a high degree of professionalism and emotional maturity, with the ability to treat confidential information with discretion.

You are able to handle matters expeditiously, and can manage and follow through on projects to successful completion, often with deadline pressures.

You are an excellent project manager. You have the ability to handle work from various sources from start to finish, prioritizing and executing tasks with sound planning and follow-through.

You have a commitment to listening and working with humility, and to supporting a space for all diverse perspectives within our team.

You are able to manage up in a respectful and productive way.

You are calm under pressure, have a sense of humor, and are kind.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree and at least 2 years of relevant experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Proficiency using Zoom and working with Google Drive, Microsoft Office, and calendar software, and a background in, or the ability to learn quickly, other relevant technologies such as Asana and a customer relations management system (Salesforce).

Available to work occasional evenings and weekends.

This position can be filled by people from a broad range of backgrounds and we believe our team is better and smarter with diversity built-in. Since Jewish values drive our work and the Jewish community is our context, while you do not need to have preexisting knowledge of the Jewish community to be considered for this role, you will need to be intrigued by the work and open to learning.

Responsibilities Include:

Help to manage the Executive Director’s scheduling, coordinate meetings with Den community members and external stakeholders; provide relevant prep materials and appropriate follow-up.

Assist in the management of data (We are happy to provide training in the use of our Salesforce system). Specific responsibilities will include pulling reports and gathering/processing data.

Collaborate with the team to schedule in-person and virtual Den gatherings and classes, including inputting relevant information on the website and in the zoom account.

Support development efforts including the preparation of donor acknowledgments, as well as scheduling meetings with donors and community leaders.

Coordinate logistics for Board of Directors and Advisory Council meetings (3-4 times per year). Specific responsibilities include distributing agendas and master calendaring.

Write, proofread and/or edit select correspondence as applicable.

Work on special projects with the Executive Director as assigned.

What We Offer:

Benefits include: $37,500-$43,000 (commensurate with experience) plus benefits designed for your well-being and a healthy work-life balance. This includes health insurance, generous time off, and flexible work arrangements.

Many opportunities to learn and grow including: Mentoring, skill-building opportunities, and continued learning opportunities.

Commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace that enables everyone to bring their full self to work and make a positive impact in our community and the world.

To Apply:

Please submit a resume and cover letter to joinourteam@thedencollective.org with “Communications + Operations Coordinator Application” in the subject line. The cover letter will be used as a writing sample. Resumes without a cover letter will not be considered.

Due to the volume of applications, we are only able to respond to those applicants granted an interview. Applications will be accepted until we hire, but we strongly encourage interested candidates to submit their applications as soon as possible. Interviews will be set up on a rolling basis.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:

the Den is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, religion, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, or any other protected status.

Jewish Youth Climate Movement Interns

Hazon

212.644.2332

● Jewish Youth Climate Movement (JYCM) Communications Intern
● Jewish Youth Climate Movement (JYCM) Kvutzah / Chapter Building Intern
● Jewish Youth Climate Movement (JYCM) Education and Trainings Intern
● Jewish Youth Climate Movement (JYCM) Culture and Jewish Rituals Intern

All descriptions in document linked above

International Convention Nurse

USY

212-533-7800 x136

APPLICATION LINK

We are hosting our USY International Convention in DC, Dec 26-30. We are in need of one more RN to join our medical team from Sunday 12/26-Tuesday night the 28th ( we would also entertain someone staying for the entire convention). This is a volunteer position. Parking, room and board are included. Must be vaccinated for COVID-19.

Executive Assistant

the Den Collective

7746418293

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. Visit https://www.thedencollective.org/join-our-team-executive-assistant to learn more.

Executive Assistant

the Den Collective

774-641-8293

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.

Spring 2022 Intern

West End Strategy Team

West End Strategy Team is currently accepting applications for paid internship positions for the spring 2022 semester in our Washington, D.C. office. We welcome students from diverse backgrounds to apply and strongly encourage applications from people of color, persons with disabilities, women and LGBTQ candidates.

We are a full-service strategic communications firm with offices in D.C., New York and Chicago, offering clients a comprehensive approach that includes message development, media relations, online strategy, marketing and crisis communications. Our team works with organizations seeking to enhance their influence on issues including social and economic justice, human rights, civil rights, faith-based advocacy and sustainability. What drives us is the fact that our work touches the lives of real people—women and children, racial and religious minorities, people affected by gun violence, immigrants, working families and so many others.

As we continue to monitor the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, interns will join the team both in person and virtually per our new hybrid office model. Interns are expected to work with the team in the office on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and virtually on Tuesdays and Fridays. WEST will continue to follow COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions set forth by the D.C. government. The safety of our staff and interns will remain our number one priority and guide all decisions.

WEST interns have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience working closely with progressive, nonprofit and international organizations in a professional setting. Responsibilities include: writing and editing materials for distribution to the media, drafting opinion pieces, developing social media content, researching client organizations and their issue areas, researching target journalists and compiling media lists, conducting media outreach, aggregating news content, and various clerical duties. Through this experience, interns will cultivate a working knowledge of highly relevant political and advocacy organizations, the major issues of the day, and the media.

Interns should be able to commit to 20 hours/week, or two to three work days, from January through May 2022. Each application must include the following: resume, cover letter and writing sample. Only complete applications will be considered. No phone calls, please.

West End Strategy Team employees must be fully vaccinated for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) with a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized or FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccine, or have an approved Reasonable Accommodation granting an exemption from vaccine requirements. If selected, you will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and submit documentation of proof of vaccination.

The pay rate for this position is $15.20/hour.

West End Strategy Team is an equal opportunity employer.

AIPAC Fellows

AIPAC

941-539-6450

AIPAC is hiring for our next class of AIPAC Fellows with training beginning on January 10th. The Fellows play a large role in strengthening the U.S. - Israel relationship by helping grow AIPAC’s donor base by meeting with current and prospective AIPAC members

Babysitter

Babysitter

APPLICATION LINK

Looking for a babysitter to play and hang out with our curious, patient, fun 3 year old! We're hoping to meet someone who is available for the spring semester and beyond--and may be interested in some nights and weekend hours, too!

Looking for a commitment for one or two mornings a week (roughly 9 or 10a to 12 or 1p) in the spring and over winter break if available--days and exact time are flexible. From GW a car would be ideal, we live off the yellow/green line. Sitter must be vaccinated.

Babysitter for 3 weeks old

Baila Haim-GW Law School

8582819450

APPLICATION LINK

Hi! I am a first year law student at GW Law school. I had a baby about two weeks ago and am looking for someone to come on campus a few hours a day to watch her while I am in class. I can have one person for all the times for separate people for different points in the day so if you are available only for one shift still message me! This is just until the end of the fall semester and I will relook in spring when I get my new schedule.

Hours needed on GW Law Campus:
Monday: 12:45-3:45
Tuesday: 8:15-11:15; 12:45-2
Wednesday: 9:45-11:15; 2:25-5:05
Thursday: 8:15-11:15; 2:20-3:40