Job Type

Part Time


Minimum: $9,880
Details: $19 an hour for 10 hours/week, with extra summer hours and potential for growth



Application Deadline



58 East 79th Street
New York
New York
United States


A small but growing nonprofit in Holocaust and social justice education is seeking part-time help in communications, generating materials, website maintenance, and contact management. Successful candidates will be proficient in WordPress and Excel, will have excellent writing and editing skills, and will be willing to learn new technology as needed. This new position will have room for the right candidate who has passion for the field, has good communication and organizational skills. We welcome talent, initiative and a willingness to think creatively with us about our growth over the coming years.

We are currently seeking a candidate who will work 10 hours per week year-round with additional

hours in May and June, with room for growth within a short period of time based on demonstrated success.

Primary functions and responsibilities:

Candidate will have responsibility in assisting communications, traditional and social media, as well as working with director of education programs for admin activities.

-Help to develop and maintain monthly flow of work in keeping website content refreshed;

-assist in supporting directors of the program in generating internal and external support materials, including Annual Report and internal publications;

-maintain contact lists (knowledge of contact software a plus);

-assist in preparations and all other logistics for yearly summer seminar.

Availability must include ability to put in extra hours in May and June.


Successful candidates must have:

-completed a Bachelor’s degree or higher;

-knowledge of WordPress and Excel, with knowledge of contact management software a plus;

-social media skills

-work well within a flexible structure, i.e., be organized, keep to assignment deadlines, and

manage timelines independently;

-help with operations at main office in Manhattan approximately once per week;

-communicate effectively with faculty, staff, Board members, and vendors.

The ideal candidate will be well-rounded, helpful, committed, willing to pitch in as needed, and will enjoy the opportunity to help grow a small but dynamic national program. Background in Holocaust and/or genocide studies and/or work on social justice projects a plus. 

Level of Language Proficiency


Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

To apply, please send letter of inquiry, C.V. with references, and a writing sample of 2 pages maximum.