If you go to bungalowsummer.com you will see an old-fashioned bungalow colony in Monroe, NY, reachable by car or bus from Manhattan. The commute is an hour and 15 minutes. The colony has a pool, lake, tennis courts and accredited day camp. It’s a magical place where kids run free, pot luck suppers materialize and mahjong tiles click. There are 100 summer rental units. Your job — 10 hours a week for 10 weeks — would be to get people interested in renting a bungalow by posting about it to various demographics: young families, Jewish families, Russian-American immigrants and anyone else you can think of. This involves contacting list serves and getting on them, as well as inviting bloggers and others to write about or even visit the place. It might involve writing features about it and getting them placed in print or on the web. In return, you get a bungalow here for a month, worth $2000. You can come just on the weekends, if you’d like. Contact us and we can tell you more about the place. We love it here and would welcome you to a very friendly, mostly but not exclusively Jewish, community of all ages. The Hamptons it’s not! Hope to see you soon!
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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Title: Assistant Area Director
Summary: The Assistant Area Director (AAD) organizes, implements, and directs parlor meetings. In addition, the AAD is a critical part of the development staff responsible for the implementation of strategic engagement, acquisition of new gifts, support and retention of current AIPAC club members and planning club events and annual event in the San Diego community. Reports to the San Diego Area Director.
The Assistant Area Director must possess the following skills: