Job Opportunities

We currently have two open positions:

ROAR Project Manager
Clergy Fellowship Manager

ROAR Project Manager 

(Temporary Part-Time, location flexible)

JOIN has launched a new initiative called ROAR!: A Jewish Leadership Training for Resistance, Organizing, Action, and Resilience. ROAR! is a response to the current political moment and the surge in demand for training and strategy support we and other organizations we are in relationship with are experiencing. ROAR! will offer trainings in 15-20 cities and train 1000 people. The trainings will focus on supporting people who are now willing and eager to get involved politically, but don’t know how. We seek a talented person to oversee the entire project, which is expected to run through July. This person will report to the Executive Director.

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plan minimum of 12 full day trainings around the country and ensure 1000 or more attendees to trainings
  • Recruit, communicate with, prepare, and support national and local partners
  • Work with trainers to ensure they are prepared, supported, and follow through
  • Oversee smooth logistics for all training days, coordinating trainers, local staff, and partner organizations
  • Create and execute various evaluation processes
  • Oversee communications and publicity efforts, and the development of necessary materials
  • Maintain records of all participants, collecting and distributing data with partners as relevant
  • Keep donors and other stakeholders informed
  • Ensure total costs stay at or under budget

QUALIFICATIONS:   We seek a highly organized, detail-oriented project manager skilled at handling multiple projects who displays a commitment to the mission of JOIN for Justice. Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Google Docs. Design capabilities desired. Compensation is competitive.

HOW TO APPLY:  Submit a cover letter and resume to Ellie Axe, eaxe@joinforjustice.org with the subject line “ROAR Program Manager”.  Immediate start is desired. We will review applicants on a rolling basis until position is filled.

JOIN for Justice is an equal opportunity employer. We carefully consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.

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Clergy Fellowship Manager

(Temporary to Permanent, Part-Time, location flexible)

The Clergy Fellowship, a follow up to a pilot year-long program JOIN ran in 2015-16, will train religious leaders in community organizing and provide them with the skills, tools, and relationships that they will draw on to make a difference.   The fellowship is an 18-month opportunity for clergy who feel called to organize their institutions, develop leadership teams to lead alongside them, build public relationships with leaders from other communities across lines of race, ethnicity, income, and religion, and work with them to organize for a better world.  The fellowship will include in person retreats in November 2017 and May 2019, monthly coaching, virtual trainings, and ongoing relationships with local community groups. It will train 20 leaders from 4-5 geographic regions.

We seek a talented person to help launch this project. The position is expected to run through July.  There is a strong possibility this position will become a full-time exempt position. This person will report to the Director of Organizing.

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Finalize program workplan and oversee application and selection process
  • Successfully recruit 20 clergy from 4-5 regions, using alumni and rabbinic networks
  • Oversee communications efforts and ensure development of materials
  • Recruit local justice organizations to partner with local rabbis, and communicate, prepare and support them in their work with the rabbis and their congregations
  • Leverage ROAR events for recruitment and partnership building
  • Create and execute various evaluation processes

QUALIFICATIONS:   We seek an excellent project manager and recruiter, with knowledge of and respect for the rabbinic world, and who displays a commitment to the mission of JOIN for Justice. Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Google Docs. Compensation is competitive.

HOW TO APPLY:  Submit a cover letter and resume to Ellie Axe, eaxe@joinforjustice.org with the subject line “Clergy Fellowship Manager”.  Immediate start is desired. We will review applicants on a rolling basis until position is filled.

JOIN for Justice is an equal opportunity employer. We carefully consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.