Job Description: Website Administrator
The Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR) is seeking a Website Administrator to be responsible for the administration, planning and implementation of the CCAR website. Please send a detailed resume along with salary requirements to email@example.com.
Areas of responsibility, including but not limited to:
Preferred Qualifications (looking for an individual who meets most if not all of these):
(Note: opportunity for advancement in IT Management for correct/qualified person.)
The Central Conference of American Rabbis, founded in 1889, is the oldest and largest rabbinic organization in North America. As the professional organization for Reform Rabbis of North America, the CCAR projects a powerful voice in the religious life of the American and international Jewish communities, fosters excellence in rabbinic leadership, and enriches the Jewish community. Website: www.ccarnet.org
We are a UK based company that hosts Jewish only speed dating events worldwide since 2003. We are currently seeking a part time host and marketing assistance to our NY branch. http://www.TheSpeedDating.us
Skills: Experience in Event planning, Marketing & PR, Good knowledge of the internet, excellent social skills, presentable, accurate, responsible, punctual, reliable.
The roll involves: running our current events in Manhattan, working towards expanding into other areas, liaising with various Jewish organizations, online marketing, call making, help with our matchmaking service.
The successful candidate should
1. Be able to work from home (apart from at the events), has a computer and a printer.
2. can be free to work some evenings and at least one morning during the week.
3. is free to host at least 2 events per month. our events run mostly on Sunday nights and we require up to 4 hours evening work 1-2 days per week outside the hosting of the events.
4. has experience in event hosting/planning.
Please email us with your Resume and a recent photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
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About the Organization
The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, Inc. (Claims Conference), an international non-profit organization headquartered in New York, was established in 1951 to negotiate a program of indemnification for material damages to Jewish individuals and to the Jewish people caused by Germany through the Holocaust. This respected organization administers several major programs for the benefit of Holocaust survivors worldwide and actively negotiates with the German government.
We have an immediate opening for an Information Specialist in our Department of Services. This position is a temporary to permanent position.
The appropriate candidate must:
Be fluent in English and Hebrew;
Have experience in non-profit organizations and/or social work.
You will be responsible for:
Assisting Holocaust survivors with the application processes;
Answering questions regarding the status of applications or payments; and
directing phone calls to appropriate departments when necessary.
This position requires extensive telephone use. A patient and empathetic personality a must.
“One Shot”, a major upcoming action movie, is now casting supporting roles for production which begins in November.
This movie will be about a homicide detective named Jack Reacher who investigates a seemingly-ordinary crime case involving a trained sniper who went on a shooting spree.
“One Shot” was written by Christopher McQuarrie and Josh Olson, and it will be directed by Christopher McQuarrie.
The movie is being produced by Paula Wagner, David Ellison, and Kevin Messick for Skydance Productions in association with Paramount Pictures.
Director of Endowment and Planned Giving
The Yiddish Book Center seeks a Director of Endowment and Planned Giving to join a dynamic cultural organization and to play a lead role in its fundraising program. The Center is a 31 year-old nonprofit dedicated to celebrating modern Jewish and Yiddish culture by rescuing endangered Yiddish books and opening them to new generations through education and visitor programs. Housed in an architecturally distinctive building adjacent to the campus of Hampshire College in Amherst, MA, the Center offers an intellectually stimulating, reflective, and creative environment where you can greatly enrich your life and your career.
The Director of Endowment and Planned Giving will partner with the President, Executive Director, and Director of Development to develop and execute a plan to significantly increase the Center’s endowment. The Center has identified great untapped potential deferred giving potential among its current donor pool and has created this new role to lead the strategy and implementation of a formal planned giving program. The Director will be responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding 5- and 6- figure gifts in support of expanding the endowment. A strong appreciation for and commitment to the Center’s mission, values and goals and a minimum of seven years’ planned giving experience are required.
This position requires a high-energy, self-directed, deadline-oriented individual who has exceptional written and oral communication skills. The successful applicant will be required to produce blog posts on behalf of the American Council for World Jewry and it’s principles. Ghost writing may be required. The successful candidate will research and write editorial blog posts in a conversational, engaging style. Each blog entry will reinforce the organization’s editorial perspective. The blogger will be tasked with creating a sense of community, providing the organization a connection to the online community, and create an opportunity for reader engagement on topics related to the mission of the Council.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Write, Edit and Publish content blog posts under the direction of ACWJ staff for a variety of blogs.
2. Measure and track the effectiveness of blog posts based on views and comments
3. Identify media outlets and publish blog posts at those outelts
4. Develop a community at official ACWJ blogs
5. Maintain and update companion social media distribution
6. As appropriate, respond promptly to blog comments and e-mail
7. Act as liaison between blog readers and the ACWJ
8. Perform other duties as assigned
1. Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred)
2. Past blogging / opinion writing experience
3. Demonstrated interest in the issues and mission of the ACWJ
4. Ability to turn around quality writing product at a moment’s notice.
We will entertain those interested in both part time employment as well as part time contract work. To apply, send a cover letter, salary/retainer requirements, at least 3 published opinion pieces or blog pieces and a resume to email@example.com.
ABOUT THE COUNCIL
The Council for World Jewry was founded as a home for Jews from all over the world, joining together as partners to ensure our common and collective survival. The Council acts on the belief that the key to countering threats against the Jewish people and the State of Israel is political empowerment. Therefore, the Council’s central mission is to articulate the concerns of Jewish communities internationally by building bridges to the United States Congress and Executive Branch, and to important political figures in other countries.