Our company is looking for assistance in marketing legal services to law firms throughout the metropolitan area.
This is a part time/flexible hours/telecommute position. it is perfect for a someone currently in college/yeshiva
we are looking for confidence, sophistication, people person. Some background of law is helpful but not crucial.
For over 80 years, the Jewish Agency for Israel has served as the link between the Jewish people and Israel, working to ensure the future of a connected, committed, global Jewish People with a strong Israel at its center.
Today, we continue our work to secure the Jewish future by strengthening the Jewish identity of young Jews in both the Diaspora and Israel. Our Mission is to Inspire Jews throughout the world to Connect with their people, heritage and Land, and Empower them to build a thriving Jewish future and a strong Israel
The Summer Shlichim Program sends each summer over 1000 Israeli counselors to work at over 200 summer camps across the United States and Canada. The program sends trained, experienced leaders to bring Israeli and Jewish culture to Jewish summer camps with the goal of strengthening personal connections between the Israel and the Jewish communities around the world.
This Coordinator position serves as the backbone for the Summer Shlichim Program in North America. It also serves as a major connection to of the larger North American Shlichim Delegation. The position requires the candidate to demonstrate strong customer service skills, solid communication skills and detailed administrative work.
The ideal candidate needs to be able to work in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment; multi-task, have excellent computer skills, coordinate and support an international office, be energetic, hard-working, experienced in working with colleagues at all levels of the administration and show cultural sensitivity to bi-cultural staff.
Main Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Summer Shlichim Program Liaison, Customer Service and logistics-
North American Delegation Communication and logistics-
Skills & work abilities:
· High level of flexibility, exceptional client responsiveness and ability to function well in dynamic and high-pressure setting
· Excellent verbal and written communication skills
· Engaging and teamwork oriented personality
· Desire to learn
· Creativity, initiative, upbeat positive nature desired
· Experience working with/at summer camps is a plus
· Knowledge of Microsoft Office, ability to utilize the internet to the maximum benefit, proficiency in Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and the ability to learn new databases quickly
· Fluent in written and spoken English
· Hebrew is a plus
Please send us your resume, we are looking to hire immediately. Pay is negotiable depending on experience and skill level.
Jewish Community of the North Shore
The Jewish Community Center of the North Shore was founded in Lynn, MA, in 1911 as the central gathering place for the Jewish community on the North Shore. In 1972, the JCC relocated to its current facility in the beautiful seaside town of Marblehead. The organization is celebrating its 100th year and remains a cornerstone of the North Shore Jewish community.
The Board of the JCCNS is enthusiastic about recruiting its new Executive Director who will lead this important Jewish institution into its next 100 years! The ED reports to the Board of the JCC of the North Shore and provides executive leadership to all program and development staff. He or she oversees the personnel and planning for all JCCNS business departments, programs, and activities and will be charged with building a philanthropic program to augment the earned revenue. The ED plans and identifies priorities for philanthropic support, and maintains and enhances the earned and philanthropic revenue for the JCCNS. In consultation with the President, the Board, staff and other stakeholders, the new Executive Director will lead the implementation of the proactive new business plan, including the establishment of clear goals and priorities for staff to achieve.
The right candidate will have at least a Bachelor’s degree and be a seasoned leader of a non-profit organization or business with the ability to manage and deploy resources effectively, staff management experience, an understanding of and interest in the JCCNS mission and purpose, significant, successful experience in major gift fund raising, and a love of working with volunteer community leaders and boards.
We appreciate and value all referrals. Interested parties send resume and cover letter to Gary M. Groth, Volunteer Chair of the Search Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional questions please send an initial e-mail to the same address. Contact with our office will remain confidential. No calls to the JCCNS, please.