Careers with J Street

Washington, DC

 

National Political Director

Over the past 9 years, J Street’s political operation has grown into one of the largest and most sophisticated in progressive politics. Indeed, JStreetPAC has emerged as the nation’s largest pro-Israel political action committee, distributing over $3.6 million to 124 candidates in 2016. We now seek a proven leader with significant experience as a political practitioner to oversee the day-to- day management of this operation and direct the organization’s political strategy.

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Director of Data and Analytics

The Director of Data and Analytics will lead the transition from J Street’s current data systems to the Salesforce.com platform. The successful candidate will have a record of success in improving processes and adoption using the Force.com platform. The administrator will work closely with J Street staff and consultants to identify develop and deploy new processes including: fundraising, advocacy, outreach and relationship processes.

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New York, NY

 

Associate Regional Director for the NJ/PA

J Street seeks an experienced professional to help J Street expand its political and communal footprint in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The ideal candidate will have a background in fundraising as well as politics and/or the Jewish community. S/He will be responsible for creating and executing a plan that grows the organization’s leadership ranks, raises operating and political funds and advances the pro Israel, pro-peace agenda in the American policy and Jewish communal arenas.

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Oakland, CA | Seattle, WA

 

Assistant Regional Director for the Northwest

J Street seeks an experienced professional to help J Street expand its political and communal footprint in Northern California and the Pacific Northwest. The ideal candidate will have a background in fundraising as well as politics and/or the Jewish community. S/He will be responsible for creating and executing a plan that grows the organization’s leadership ranks, raises operating and political funds and advances the pro-Israel, pro-peace agenda in the both American policy and in the Jewish communal arenas.

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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

 

Associate Regional Director for the Midwest

J Street seeks an experienced professional to help J Street expand its political and communal footprint in the Midwest. The ideal candidate will have a background in fundraising as well as politics and/or the Jewish community. S/He will be responsible for creating and executing a plan that grows the organization’s leadership ranks, raises operating and political funds and advances the pro-Israel, pro-peace agenda in the American policy and Jewish communal arenas.

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Los Angeles, CA

 

Southwest Regional Director (RD)

J Street seeks an experienced professional to head its Southwest Regional office in Los Angeles. Regional Directors (RD’s) at J Street manage all aspects of J Street’s work at the state and local level around the country. This includes staffing chapter operations, fundraising as well as managing political, policy and communal relationships throughout their regions, in this case stretching from Texas to southern California.

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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

 

Director of Rabbinic Engagement

J Street is seeking a Director of Rabbinic Engagement to engage and grow the organization’s network of more than 850 rabbis, cantors and seminary students who comprise J Street’s Rabbinic and Cantorial Cabinet. This position will collaborate with Cabinet members on a regular basis to pursue the organization’s work and mission: to advocate in American politics and the Jewish community for policies that advance shared US and Israeli interests, as well as Jewish and democratic values, leading to a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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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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J Street U Campus Organizer

The Campus Organizer is responsible for building a vibrant, engaging, and impactful region of campus leaders and J Street U chapters. The Campus Organizer works to identify and cultivate the most talented student leaders to come together and build campus chapters for vigorous and critical conversations around this issue, as well as enabling students to act together across campuses in their work with elected officials and Jewish communal leaders.

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