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Jewish Continuity Project Manager
Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta | Atlanta GA 30309 USA | Full Time | Posted: 01/09/2013
JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER ATLANTA
POSITION TITLE: Jewish Continuity Project Manager
DEPARTMENT: Community Impact
REPORTS TO: Vice President of Community Impact
PRINCIPAL FUNCTION: Under the supervision of the Vice President of Community Impact, collaborates with volunteer and professional leadership on assigned initiatives for community planning and allocations focused in the area of Jewish continuity.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Organize, facilitate and execute assigned components of the annual planning and fund distribution process focused on the Jewish continuity portfolio, including the development of supporting summary documents for review by Federation lay and professional leadership.
2. Engage Federation and other Jewish communal professionals and volunteers in Federation domestic community planning efforts focused on issues related to Jewish Continuity outcomes, which may include but are not limited to Jewish day schools, Jewish overnight summer camps, early childhood education, peer-based Israel trips, Interfaith outreach and engagement, leadership development, etc.
3. Develop and manage strategic planning tools to support planning efforts. Tools may include surveys, environmental scans, community studies, SWOT analysis, etc.
4. Monitor, review and assess recipient/beneficiary organization services, programs and the impact of such services and programs related to the achievement of Jewish continuity outcomes.
5. Interact with affiliate and partner organizations to support collaborative problem solving, promote cooperation and to engage in planning initiatives focused on Jewish continuity.
6. Provide access to research information on trends, new data, and Jewish community issues on Jewish continuity topics to share with a variety of audiences.
7. Provide effective liaison with other departments to promote greater awareness, communication, and integration of planning and allocations initiatives and other Federation functions.
8. Participate in the recruitment, training, supervision and evaluation of assigned staff.
9. Support the Federation’s fundraising efforts, including but not limited to the annual community campaign, planned giving initiatives, and special campaigns; by completing special assignments, cooperating with co-workers and volunteers to achieve the stated fundraising goals. May include the compilation of Jewish continuity data to provide for presentation to individual donors or in conjunction with supplemental gifts appeals.
10. Collaborate with community grant writer on issues related to the Jewish Continuity outcome.
11. Promote the mission of the Federation at all times through superior customer service to all and through the efficient use and care of resources.
The above job duties and responsibilities describe the general nature and level of work for employees in this position, but this is not intended as an exclusive or all-inclusive inventory of all duties required of employees in this job.
STATUS AND SCOPE: Supervise the work of assigned staff. Initiate and respond to ongoing contacts with committee members, volunteers, affiliate and partner agency professionals, Federation management and staff.
QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in business, public administration, social work, Jewish studies or related area OR Bachelor’s degree and five years of directly related full-time work experience. Demonstrated understanding and commitment to the Jewish people, knowledge of Jewish history, concerns and current events. Must have excellent verbal and written communication, interpersonal and basic computer skills. Must have own transportation and valid State of Georgia driver’s license with proof of automobile insurance for traveling to meetings and events outside the Federation.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Intermittent standing and walking with prolonged periods of sitting at desk or in meetings. Must have good visual acuity for reading documents and reports and to use computer. Must have average hearing ability to communicate with others in person and using standard telephone equipment nationally and internationally. Must have physical stamina to attend early and late morning, evening and weekend meetings and events and to travel nationally, as needed.
MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Position requires ability to organize, prioritize, delegate and follow through with multiple projects simultaneously while focusing on details and differing timelines simultaneously directing and supervising the work of others
|Location||Atlanta, GA, 30309, United States|
|Experience Years||5 yrs|
|How to apply||Applications are no longer accepted for this job posting.|
|Job Code||Jewish Continuity Project Mana|