July 2020 Jobs Roundup

We recognize that this is a time of uncertainty and caution, organizationally and personally, and that this can affect job searching and hiring. The Roundtable continues to endeavor to support all of its affiliates in the best way possible given our evolving situation so that you can all take care of yourselves and continue to do your work, which is so important at any time, and now more than ever.

The jobs below are likely also listed here, which is the updated list of jobs at Roundtable organizations as compiled by the CareerHub Job Board.

Avodah has a NYC-based full-time opening for a NYC Program Director (Service Corps).

Boston Workers Circle is hiring a full-time Boston-based Deputy Director. 

Footsteps has openings in New York City for part-time position Peer Connectors.

HIAS is hiring for multiple positions including a New York City-based Senior Grassroots Campaigns Officer and a DC-based Policy Counsel.

Jews United for Justice has a DC-metro-area-based opening for a full-time Community Organizer.  

MAZON is hiring an DC-based Deputy Director of Public Policy.

NCJW is seeking a full-time, DC-metro-area-based Digital and Design Manager, Director of Communications, and Director of Finance.  

Repair the World is hiring a Marketing & Recruitment Associate, a National Service Initiative Manager, and a Virtual Service Associate, all full-time, remote positions.

Repair the World in collaboration with Moishe House is seeking a full-time, Encinitas based Director of Jewish Service Learning.  

Tivnu: Building Justice is looking for a Portland, Oregan-based live-in Resident Advisor & Mentor for gap year participants.  

T'ruah has New York City-based openings for a full-time Rabbinic Organizer and a three-quarters-time Development Officer.  

Urban Adamah is hiring a part-time, Berkley-based Diversity & Inclusion Recruitment Assistant.

 

 

 

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