Details: This is a one year grant-funded position with a possibility of extension, but no committment.
130 East 59th Street
B'Kavod (with respect) is a partnership of the Good People Fund (GPF) and the Jewish Women's Foundation of New York (JWFNY), created to help Jewish communal institutions – and all who work, learn, or worship at them – develop cultures of safety, respect, and equity. B’kavod is seeking a National Resource Coordinator (NRC) to systematize and scale processes to serve the Jewish community nationwide.
The NRC will guide organizations in their quest to provide training to staff, boards, and volunteers at schools, synagogues, and local and national organizations. The NRC will work throughout the North American Jewish community as a resource for agencies, synagogues, and institutions in their responsibilities to the community on issues involving gender/sexual harassment and abuse, and guide communal leaders – both lay and professional – on these issues.
This staff member will be employed by JWFNY and will perform the following functions:
- Create and carry out a national outreach plan/awareness campaign for synagogues, schools, camps, and agencies, including creation of marketing materials and ensure consistency in messaging both in print and through an aggressive social media campaign
- Represent the initiative in meetings and conferences
- Liaise with organizations interested in receiving training, policy development, and other resources
- Identify local opportunities throughout the country addressing issues related to safe, respectful Jewish workplaces with a view toward sharing those resources with others
- Serve as a referral source for individuals/organizations seeking information on reporting, training, policy creation, etc.
General Administration (40%)
- Maintain master calendar, listservs, document management, and updating of materials and website
- Benchmarking implementation including collecting reports for evaluation; any grant-related paperwork
- Manage technology resources for trainers and other consultants and volunteers
- Manage invoicing, receivables, and payments
- Other tasks necessary to support the work
- Expert network- and relationship-building skills with all levels of team members, from entry level workers to senior management as well as lay leadership;
- Experience with outreach and awareness campaigns especially utilizing social media;
- Familiarity with Jewish communal organizations;
- Strict attention to detail with a strong commitment to confidentiality;
- Exceptional time management and organizational skills, as much of the work is independent;
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills; and
- Research and training development skills.
This position is a full-time, grant-funded position based in New York City with a salary of $50,000 and is made possible by a generous grant from the Safety/Respect/Equity Coalition. Though working from home can be accommodated, a minimum of three days per week in the office in NYC is required. Sick time and vacation are accrued; no other benefits are provided. JWFNY is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in any way.
Level of Language Proficiency
English: extremely proficient in writing and speaking
Minimum Education Required