We are hiring!

 

Join the team at the Jewish Federation (JFSA) and Jewish Community Foundation of Southern Arizona (JCF). We are two high impact and well-established nonprofit organizations who are undergoing an exciting transition to move closer together to form a stronger entity that will serve to support, enhance, and transform the future of Jewish life in Southern Arizona.

 

We invite you to apply to become a part of our close-knit, community-centric organization. Review the roles below to see if there are any that may be a fit for your skill set!

Administrative Assistant

Team: Administration & Operations
Experience level: 2+ years
Status: Full time

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Event Planner

Team: Marketing, Communications & Events
Experience level: 3+ years
Status: Full time

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Marketing Coordinator

Team: Marketing, Communications & Events
Experience level: 2+ years
Status: Full time

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Our Benefits:

Our team members enjoy an outstanding benefit package which includes nine US and ALL major Jewish holidays, sick & vacation time, 90% employer-paid employee medical, 401K yearly employer contribution and match, employer-paid JCC membership, along with life and long-term disability, flexible spending and health savings plans, and employee-paid dental and vision.

Our Work:

The Jewish Community Foundation provides expert insight and resources to families, individuals, and agencies to help them pursue their philanthropic ambitions both in the Jewish and broader communities. Donor intent is at the core of our work as we elevate the discourse on philanthropy and facilitate legacy planning through vehicles such as endowment plans. The Jewish Federation is a visioning, convening, and fundraising institution that serves as the central driving force in Southern Arizona Jewish life. We cultivate and distribute resources to build a vibrant and secure future. Our two organizations are closely linked, sharing not only staff, such as our Marketing, Communications, and Events team, but also collaborating on critical initiatives such as the Jewish Community Pandemic Relief Fund, which has awarded more than $300,000 to 15 organizations to serve critical needs to date.