Careers with J Street

Washington, DC

 

Development Operations Manager

The Development Operations Manager will be a part of an exciting, fast-growing non-profit organization. The Development Operations Manager will work as part of a dynamic fundraising team to manage and optimize the operations that are crucial to a thriving development operation. As part of this team in Washington, DC or NYC, he or she will also help with writing and producing related development materials. This position reports directly to the National Director of Development.

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Los Angeles

 

Southwest Regional Deputy Director for Development

J Street seeks an experienced development professional excited to help J Street expand its political and communal footprint. The ideal candidate will have a background in fundraising as well as politics and/or the organized Jewish community. S/He will be responsible for creating and executing a plan to drive annual operating and PAC fundraising for the SoCal/Southwest region as well as helping to develop a power map to create the political space needed to ensure U.S. leadership to help achieve a two-­state solution.

The Deputy Regional Director for Development should be an experienced fundraiser, skilled communicator, and highly organized self­-starter who thrives on hitting ambitious goals and is excited about changing the current political dynamic surrounding the discussion of the Israeli­Palestinian conflict in Congress and the American Jewish community.

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Oakland, CA

 

Northwest Special Events Fellow

J Street is seeking a special events fellow to plan and execute projects and events with the Northwest regional team. This is an ideal part­ time position for applicants who want to gain knowledge about the non­profit and political fundraising world at a fast­-paced and highly­ engaged advocacy organization. Come create stellar political and community events with a small but mighty, serious but fun ­loving staff in our downtown Oakland office. Position is 3­4 months and part-­time, with flexibility to create your own hours. We request 10­15 hours/week minimum.

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Chicago, IL

 

Midwest Organizing Fellow

J Street is seeking an organizing fellow to plan and execute leader recruitment projects and an occasional, small event with the Midwest regional team.  The focus will be on rabbinic and synagogue outreach.  This is an ideal part-time position for applicants who want to gain knowledge about the nonprofit and political advocacy world–as well as fundraising and community organizing–at a fast-paced and highly engaged advocacy organization. Help us grow our ranks in the Chicagoland and beyond. The position is located in our downtown Chicago office and is for a four-month duration at approximately 24 hours per week.

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Pennsylvania / New Jersey

 

Pennsylvania/New Jersey Special Events Fellow

J Street is seeking a special events fellow to plan and execute projects and events in Southeast Pennsylvania and Central New Jersey in conjunction with the New York/Tristate regional team. This is an ideal part­ time position for applicants who want to gain knowledge about the non­profit and political fundraising world at a fast ­paced and highly ­engaged advocacy organization. Position is 7 months and part­-time, with flexibility to create your own hours. We request 16-hours/week.

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Multiple locations/remote

 

Jewish Clergy Outreach and Engagement Fellow

J Street is seeking motivated, hard-working clergy outreach and engagement fellow to participate in a range of activities in support of J Street’s mission. This position is ideal for applicants interested in organizing Jewish clergy and rabbinic and cantorial students in support of our political and communal advocacy goals while deepening one’s knowledge of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The fellow will work in tandem with the director to approach clergy organizing and advocacy in a holistic way. You should feel comfortable speaking with Jewish clergy and seminary students. The ideal candidate will feel comfortable working independently with a clear understanding of project goals.

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