Summary of JVP and JVPA:
JVP (our 501c3) and JVP Action (our 501c4) are building a multiracial, intergenerational movement of Jews and allies working towards justice and equality in Israel/Palestine by transforming U.S. policy. We draw strength from over half a million supporters, 70 chapters, and decades of organizing for freedom and dignity in Israel/Palestine and the US. We’re mapping out a path for Palestinian rights to become a core part of the progressive agenda, we’re fighting for freedom for all people, and we’re writing a new chapter of Jewish life.
Summary of the role:
The Grant and Development Communications Coordinator manages JVP’s and JVPA’s small institutional fundraising program and creates other written fundraising collateral that demonstrates donor impact and organizational achievements. This position will also contribute to the overall visioning of the JVP family of organizations’ fundraising strategy and will have opportunities to innovate to grow the movement at large.
The ideal candidate is a strong writer who is able to communicate to a variety of audiences -- from institutional funders, to major donors, to members, and more. Candidates should be able to multitask, shift writing styles/tones depending on the audience and medium, and understand the basics of donor/fundraising communications. Candidates should also possess a depth of knowledge and experience in fundraising and a political grounding in grassroots, social justice movements.
Duties & responsibilities:
Position is fully remote and typical work hours are 9:30am - 5:30pm local time, though this is a flexible work environment.
This is a non-exempt, salaried, full-time, remote position. This position will also be a member of the general body staff union at JVP. The salary range is $54,000-62,000 depending on experience, with a generous benefits package. People of color, Sephardi and/or Mizrahi applicants and transgender or gender non-conforming applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
Jewish Voice for Peace does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, ethnicity, religion, national origin, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex, marital status, disability, or status as a U.S. veteran.
Summary of JVP and JVPA:
JVP (our 501c3) and JVP Action (our 501c4) are building a multiracial, intergenerational movement of Jews and allies working towards justice and equality in Israel/Palestine by transforming U.S. policy. We draw strength…