Immediate Staff Openings
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FULL TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLE:
This full-time position is essential to supporting the growing fundraising efforts of the entire Washington DC Jewish Community Center (DCJCC). The position is responsible for data input, management and fundraising operations as they support the development activities and programs throughout the organization. An exceptionally high level of attention to detail and knowledge of fundraising data management is essential.
As a member of a four person Development Office, the position reports to the Chief Development Officer and works closely with the other members of the department, the Chief Executive Officer, board members and programming staff on fundraising campaigns and events.
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Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts
The Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts (MCCA) of the Washington DC Jewish Community Center presents fresh, pertinent and provocative art about the Jewish experience though film, literature, music and theater.
The MCCA is seeking a highly organized, motivated and technically savvy person to act as a permanent, part-time, Technical Coordinator. The position will work on a variable schedule in support of MCCA events, averaging 15 hours/week, the majority of which take place on weekday nights and weekends.
CLICK HERE for full job description and application information. Email cover letter and resume to Ilya Tovbis. No phone calls please.
Front of House/Box Office staff. Part-time and seasonal positions assisting with front of house and box office services for performances in the Goldman Theater of Theater J productions. CLICK HERE for job description. Email cover letter and resume to Erin Neel, Director of Patron Services.
Carpenters and loadin/hang technical crew support by production. Send resume to Theater J Production.
Social Justice Fellowship
This two-year part-time position requires a high-energy person with a passion for Jewish social justice as well as experience in event/program planning. They will have excellent verbal and writing skills as well as knowledge of and the skills to use social media. Computer proficiency and technical skills are also required with the ability to multi-task and to be attentive to detail. This person should have the ability to work as part of a team and to communicate effectively with that team. Familiarity with the DC Jewish and social justice community is a plus.
Please click here for full position description and application information. No phone calls please.
Early Childhood, Youth & Family
Substitute Preschool Teachers: Send resume to: Bini Silver, Director for Early Childhood, Youth & Family or call (202) 777-3278.
Parenting Center teaching opportunties:
Early Childhood Cooking Teacher
For a weekly one-hour Cooking class for children ages 2-4 years old and their caregivers. Responsibilities include planning age-appropriate healthy recipes (we have a collection on file already), setting up, facilitating, and cleaning up the cooking projects, and grocery shopping. Candidates should be energetic, organized, and responsible and should have experience working with toddlers. Email Miriam Szubin at MiriamS@washingtondcjcc.org
If you have an idea for a class that you would like to offer to children in the range of newborn through 4 year olds, or a workshop that you would like to offer on a topic of interest to parents, please email Miriam Szubin, Parenting Center Coordinator.
Front Desk Receptionist
Accepting applicants for PartTime under 20 hours per week receptionist to act as Customer Service Associate for the Front Desk. Includes full Fitness Membership but no Health Benefits. Click here for full job description. Send cover letter with daytime phone number and resume to: email@example.com by April 20, 2014 to be considered. No phone calls please.
Sport & Fitness Center
No part-time vacancies for Fitness Floor Staff, Lifeguards and/or Group Exercise Instructors at this time.
Teachers: If you are interested in teaching a language class, starting a study group, or have any other ideas for Open University classes, please email Erica Steen, Director of Community Engagement or call (202) 777-3255.