Looking to make a real difference in the non-profit world? Want personal fulfillment and professional skill building at the same time? The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles makes a tangible impact on the lives of Jews in L.A., Israel, and around the world — AND provides a fun and collaborative work environment! We’re a great group of creative minds — come work with us!

To apply for any of these positions please send your resume and cover letter to Jobs@JewishLA.org with the job title in the Subject line.

 

Open Positions

Reporting to the VP, CSI, the Director of CSI Operations will oversee the daily operations of CSI, the Analysis Center and all Training. Additionally, the Director of CSI Operations will perform all responsibilities as VP in his absence.

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Reporting to the Accounting Supervisor, the General Ledger Accountant is responsible for the maintenance and reconciliation of the general ledger, account analyses, and cash reconciliations related to non-contribution revenue. Serves as backup to the donor management system data entry and the accounts payable functions.

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Reporting to the Senior Operations Manager, is responsible for all aspects of the Mail Room and offsite record retention. Cross-trained in all Central Service positions and provides assistance and back-up in the Photocopy Center and other Central Services functions

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The Senior Vice President of Jewish Education & Engagement oversees the implementation of programs of excellence in Jewish education and engagement from birth through end of high school, as part of Federation’s Ensuring the Jewish Future strategic initiative. In an effort to open doors to meaningful, exciting, and relevant Jewish life to children and families, this person will ensure our programs continue to evolve and grow with strength and intention.

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PART-TIME POSITION 18 HOURS PER WEEK
TIME LIMITED End Date: April 30, 2022 (Extension is subject to renewed funding)

Reporting to the SVP NuRoots, the Nazarian Initiative Marketing + Design Coordinator is responsible for identifying and implementing thoughtful and persuasive storytelling that celebrates Iranian Jewish heritage in a way that is relevant and inviting to the Los Angeles young adult population. The Coordinator will be responsible for crafting an implementing a social media strategy, copywriting, and managing various young adult websites, social media, and content that is inclusive and welcoming. The Coordinator will ultimately develop a strong young adult brand for the Federation, Nazarian Initiative and NuRoots across all media platforms and outlet and will work closely with Assistant Director, Nazarian Initiative to guide this work.

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The Director, Donor Communications is a member of Donor Experience and reports to the Executive Vice President, Donor Experience. This position works with a cross-departmental team including Donor Relations, Business Intelligence Group, and Creative Services to engage and expand the Federation’s donor base via traditional and contemporary outreach methods.

The Director, Donor Communications plans and manages Federation’s fundraising efforts relating to all community supporter programs. This position is responsible for assessing programs and benefits, developing donor acquisition and retention strategies, and stewarding relationships with Federation supporters. The Director, Donor Communications is responsible for all aspects of the Federation’s direct response fundraising, which includes: direct mail, telemarketing, texting, and digital campaigns. Additional responsibilities include all Federation’s methods of acknowledgements and donor recognition.

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Works under the direction of the Executive Vice President: Donor Experience to assist in the annual campaign fundraising activities. Is responsible for assigned lay/donor aspects of divisional activity, committee stewardship, events and programs, and does other related work as required.

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TIME LIMITED: THROUGH JUNE 30, 2021 (extension dependent on grant funding)

This position spearheads the Birth Through High School’s departmental work supporting the health and wellness of young children, adolescents, teens and their parents, integrating Jewish content and wisdom to strengthen resilience and well-being. This position will continue the high-impact work of our Federation’s LA Jewish Teen Initiative’s (LAJTI) Focus on Teen Wellness. Building on the foundation created, we will expand our work to address the unique needs of families with young children. We will bring wellness conversations across denominations and institutions, create forums to share best practices, and impart concrete strategies and resources to better support children and teens reaching for help.  Reporting to the Vice President of Wellness Initiatives and Teen Engagement, this position is responsible for creating, developing and implementing programming for diverse audiences that foster the strengthening of resilience, as well as integrating wellness considerations into all aspects of our work.

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TIME-LIMITED POSITION End date 9/30/2021 (extension dependent on grant funding)

Reporting to the PJ Library Community Connector Manager, each of the Community Connectors will build authentic relationships, create new, barrier-free Jewish experiences, expand communities, and impart relevant Jewish content to Jewish families with children ages one to three years old. The Community Connectors will develop and implement small-scale outreach and engagement programming, connecting families to one another and the Jewish community of Greater Los Angeles. This programming will begin at the very earliest stages of a child’s life in public, secular spaces, and will maximize social connections over time among these families.

The ideal candidates will be a friendly, passionate, committed influencer. The Connectors are individuals who have an excitement toward bringing people together, an interest in Jewish learning and growth, and have a craving for community and connection.

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Reporting to the Senior Financial Analyst, the Financial Analyst acts as a resource on all aspects of annual budget, insures that all department budget information reports are prepared accurately and in a timely basis, understands and articulates all deviations to the annual budget to Management and the Budget Review Committee, and assists with integration of budget information into the accounting system. Additionally, performs analysis for fiscal operations as necessary including cash management, rent roll, investments, etc.

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We will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.

If you are interested in applying for this position please send your resume and cover letter to Jobs@JewishLA.org with the job title in the Subject line.