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Midwest Campus Coordinator

StandWithUs is currently looking for a dynamic leader who is passionate about Israel education and wants to engage college students, to work in our Chicago office as our Midwest Campus Coordinator. Must have leadership background on campus, and feel comfortable with public speaking. Must have working knowledge of Israel's history, strategic threats and gifts to the world. This is a professional, full time paid position with benefits and an opportunity to grow within the organization, as well as an opportunity to travel around the Midwest in order to educate for Israel through the work of StandWithUs on Campus and beyond. If you are interested in this job or know someone who is qualified for this position, please contact [email protected] with a resume and cover letter!

The Campus Coordinator recruits, trains and assists students to become successful advocates for Israel through the creation of new or development of existing pro-Israel programs, public events, conferences, materials and websites. The Campus Coordinator helps represent StandWithUs to the greater community, through outreach programs and fundraising activities that build StandWithUs’ local profile.

Campus Work:

  • Outreach to college students and professional staff on campuses in the Midwest (Hillel/Chabad), as well as other professionals. The Midwest Region includes- ND, SD, NE, MN, IA, MO, WI, IL, MI, IN, OH, KY
  • Maintain an active presence on campus
  • Mentor students on advocacy and program skills
  • Work with students to create new programs and strengthen existing ones
  • Recruit students for SWU Emerson Fellowship, SWU Conferences, and internships
  • Help plan SWU conferences, including small regional summits
  • Plan speaker tours and major events
  • Document student activities
    • Take good photos
    • Get stories and testimonials
    • Quantify campus data
  • Maintain open communication with rest of campus staff and participate in weekly calls
  • Hold regular conference calls with fellows, and be in regular communication with students
  • Learn SWU presentations and offer yourself as a speaker to Universities and High Schools
  • Be prepared for potentially long hours depending on event and travel schedules
  • Campus work is not a typical 9-5pm and there should no expectation of regular consistent hours.

Community Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate with Local SWU community chapter
    • Help with events
    • Keep Community Directors informed of your activities
  • Establish Relationships with local community leaders, if asked to do so
  • Be a community builder so you can bring people, especially students, together for events
  • Meet with local donors to support your programming
  • Network with local synagogues and churches and offer yourself as a speaker
  • Administrative duties for local chapter including phones, data entry, etc.

Press Responsibilities:

  • Establish relationships with local journalists
  • Try to get your programs covered
  • Be available for interviews

Qualifications:

  • Degree from 4-year College or University.
  • Demonstrated project management, supervisory and time management skills.
  • Computer literacy, including proficiency with MS Office and internet applications.
  • Knowledge of Israel’s history, culture and current affairs.
  • Experience in campus activism and leadership.
  • Clear written and verbal communication skills.
  • Detail oriented, self-motivated, organized, reliable, team player, proactive, strong work ethic, leadership skills; ability to multitask.
  • Position must be based in Chicago and access to a car is mandatory.
  • Salary Range is $35,000-$45,000, based on experience

The position includes a competitive salary and healthcare benefits.

Position Start Date: Now!

For more information, contact [email protected]

Assistant Director, StandWithUs Legal Department

Description:
StandWithUs (“SWU”) is an international, non-profit Israel education organization. The SWU Legal Department works with students, professors and community activists, using legal tools to combat anti-Israel and/or anti-Semitic activity in the U.S. and Canada.

Reporting to the Director of the Legal Department, the SWU Legal Assistant Director is part of a dynamic team of passionate leaders, working on legal issues in numerous practice areas, particularly first amendment and administrative law. The job includes legal research, analysis, writing and intake, as well as speaking engagements and administrative management. The Legal Assistant Director will work directly with SWU’s various departments (e.g., campus, graphic design, public relations, strategic affairs).

This position entails travel around the U.S. and Canada as needed for conferences and speeches, to act as legal monitor at campus and community events, and to teach legal workshops.

Additional Duties – SWU Legal Associate should be available to the executive management for additional assignments as needed, including events and meetings outside normal working hours.

Responsibilities:

  • Legal research, analysis, and writing to empower pro-Israel students on campus.
  • Intake about anti-Israel and/or anti-Semitic activity.
  • Draft legal letters, presentations and educational materials.
  • Research school policies, state/federal laws, and other rules to combat anti-Israel or anti-Semitic activity.
  • Consistent communication and working with Legal Department Director, students, campus professionals, SWU staff, and partner organizations.
  • Assist in the planning and execution of events.
  • Create legal department newsletters.
  • Input legal work, pro bono attorneys, and speaking engagements into Legal Department administrative files.

Qualifications:

  • J.D. required.
  • Strong legal research and writing skills.
  • Excellent verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
  • A high degree of creativity and flexibility in order to meet organizational objectives.
  • Demonstrated project management, supervisory and time management skills.
  • Computer literacy, including proficiency with MS Office and internet applications.
  • Detail oriented, self-motivated, organized, reliable, team player, proactive, strong work ethic, leadership skills; ability to multitask.
  • Knowledge of Israel and Jewish-related affairs.
  • Comfortability with public speaking.

The position includes a competitive salary and healthcare benefits. While hours can be flexible, the position is only for those who can work in the LA office.

Position Start Date: Immediately upon hire.

To apply, please send your resumé, contact information for two references, and a cover letter explaining your interest in this position to [email protected]

Pacific Northwest High School Coordinator

Description
The StandWithUs high school program is for students interested in learning more about Israel and becoming involved in the pro-Israel community. The High School Coordinator will be based in Northern California.
The High School Coordinator recruits, educates, and mentors high school students in the Pacific Northwest Region (Northern CA, Northern NV, OR, WA, ID, MT, WY) to become successful advocates for Israel. Reporting to the Executive Director of High School Affairs, the High School Coordinator is a member of a dynamic team of young, passionate leaders, and works with various student and community groups to provide education and resources to high school teens.

Throughout the year, the High School Coordinator will focus on cultivating new and existing relationships with high school students of all faiths, educating them about Israel, mentoring them in effective Israel advocacy skills, and providing them with resources and material. In addition, the position entails recruiting student participants and providing them with guidance and support throughout their participation in the program.

The High School Coordinator will assist the Executive Director of High School Affairs in developing new campaigns and materials, updating educational content, and promoting the organization’s online and social media presence. The High School Coordinator helps represent StandWithUs to the greater Pacific Northwest community through outreach programs and fundraising activities that build StandWithUs’ local profile.

The position entails frequent travel within the specified region.

Additional Duties – The High School Coordinator should be available to the executive management for additional assignments as needed, including events and meetings outside normal working hours.

Responsibilities

  • Recruitment and outreach to high school students and teachers of all faiths.
  • Consistent communication with students, and the program’s professional staff.
  • Provide educational resources and material for student leaders, including activism training.
  • Mentor students on advocacy and program skills.
  • Work closely with students to create new programs and strengthen existing ones.
  • Assist in the planning and execution of local, regional, and national conferences and summits.
  • Document student activities: photos from campus events, gathering testimonials, quantifying campus data, etc.
  • Communicate and facilitate efforts with local SWU community chapter (ie: events organization and promotion)

Qualifications

  • B.A. required. Recent graduates with knowledge of Israel and international politics.
  • 2-3 years of experience in Israel advocacy on campus required.
  • Passion for educating and mentoring teens on Israel and Judaism.
  • Leadership experience in camp, youth movements, synagogues, and teen programs.
  • Experience with teaching, lecturing, public speaking required.
  • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • A high degree of creativity and flexibility in order to meet organizational objectives and demands.
  • Demonstrated project management, supervisory and time management skills.
  • Computer literacy, including proficiency with MS Office and internet applications.
  • Detail oriented, self-motivated, organized, reliable, team player, proactive, strong work ethic, leadership skills; ability to multitask.

The position includes a competitive salary and healthcare benefits.

Position Start Date: May, 2017

For more information, contact [email protected]
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to [email protected]

Midwest High School Coordinator

Description
The StandWithUs high school program is for students interested in learning more about Israel and becoming involved in the pro-Israel community. The High School Coordinator will be based in Chicago.

The High School Coordinator recruits, educates, and mentors high school students in the Midwest Region (ND, SD, NE, MN, IA, MO, WI, IL, MI, IN, OH, KY) to become successful advocates for Israel. Reporting to the Executive Director of High School Affairs, the High School Coordinator is a member of a dynamic team of young, passionate leaders, and works with various student and community groups to provide education and resources to high school teens.

Throughout the year, the High School Coordinator will focus on cultivating new and existing relationships with high school students of all faiths, educating them about Israel, mentoring them in effective Israel advocacy skills, and providing them with resources and material. In addition, the position entails recruiting student participants and providing them with guidance and support throughout their participation in the program.

The High School Coordinator will assist the Executive Director of High School Affairs in developing new campaigns and materials, updating educational content, and promoting the organization’s online and social media presence. The High School Coordinator helps represent StandWithUs to the greater Midwest community through outreach programs and fundraising activities that build StandWithUs’ local profile.

The position entails frequent travel within the specified region.

Additional Duties – The High School Coordinator should be available to the executive management for additional assignments as needed, including events and meetings outside normal working hours.

Responsibilities:

  • Recruitment and outreach to high school students and teachers of all faiths.
  • Consistent communication with students, and the program’s professional staff.
  • Provide educational resources and material for student leaders, including activism training.
  • Mentor students on advocacy and program skills.
  • Work closely with students to create new programs and strengthen existing ones.
  • Assist in the planning and execution of local, regional, and national conferences and summits.
  • Document student activities: photos from campus events, gathering testimonials, quantifying campus data, etc.
  • Communicate and facilitate efforts with local SWU community chapter (ie: events organization and promotion)

Qualifications:

  • B.A. required. Recent graduates with knowledge of Israel and international politics.
  • 2-3 years of experience in Israel advocacy on campus required.
  • Passion for educating and mentoring teens on Israel and Judaism.
  • Leadership experience in camp, youth movements, synagogues, and teen programs.
  • Experience with teaching, lecturing, public speaking required.
  • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • A high degree of creativity and flexibility in order to meet organizational objectives and demands.
  • Demonstrated project management, supervisory and time management skills.
  • Computer literacy, including proficiency with MS Office and internet applications.
  • Detail oriented, self-motivated, organized, reliable, team player, proactive, strong work ethic, leadership skills; ability to multitask.

The position includes a competitive salary and healthcare benefits.

Position Start Date: May, 2017

For more information, contact [email protected]
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to [email protected]

Canadian High School Coordinator

Description
The StandWithUs high school program is for students interested in learning more about Israel and becoming involved in the pro-Israel community. The High School Coordinator will be based in Toronto.
The High School Coordinator recruits, educates, and mentors high school students in Canada to become successful advocates for Israel. Reporting to the Executive Director of High School Affairs, the High School Coordinator is a member of a dynamic team of young, passionate leaders, and works with various student and community groups to provide education and resources to high school teens.

Throughout the year, the High School Coordinator will focus on cultivating new and existing relationships with high school students of all faiths, educating them about Israel, mentoring them in effective Israel advocacy skills, and providing them with resources and material. In addition, the position entails recruiting student participants and providing them with guidance and support throughout their participation in the program.

The High School Coordinator will assist the Executive Director of High School Affairs in developing new campaigns and materials, updating educational content, and promoting the organization’s online and social media presence. The High School Coordinator helps represent StandWithUs to the greater Canadian community through outreach programs and fundraising activities that build StandWithUs’ local profile.

The position entails frequent travel within the specified region.

Additional Duties – The High School Coordinator should be available to the executive management for additional assignments as needed, including events and meetings outside normal working hours. working hours.

Responsibilities:

  • Recruitment and outreach to high school students and teachers of all faiths.
  • Consistent communication with students, and the program’s professional staff.
  • Provide educational resources and material for student leaders, including activism training.
  • Mentor students on advocacy and program skills.
  • Work closely with students to create new programs and strengthen existing ones.
  • Assist in the planning and execution of local, regional, and national conferences and summits.
  • Document student activities: photos from campus events, gathering testimonials, quantifying campus data, etc.
  • Communicate and facilitate efforts with local SWU community chapter (ie: events organization and promotion)

Qualifications:

  • B.A. required. Recent graduates with knowledge of Israel and international politics.
  • 2-3 years of experience in Israel advocacy on campus required.
  • Passion for educating and mentoring teens on Israel and Judaism.
  • Leadership experience in camp, youth movements, synagogues, and teen programs.
  • Experience with teaching, lecturing, public speaking required.
  • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • A high degree of creativity and flexibility in order to meet organizational objectives and demands.
  • Demonstrated project management, supervisory and time management skills.
  • Computer literacy, including proficiency with MS Office and internet applications.
  • Detail oriented, self-motivated, organized, reliable, team player, proactive, strong work ethic, leadership skills; ability to multitask.

The position includes a competitive salary and frequent travel to the USA.

Position Start Date: Immediately

For more information, contact [email protected]
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to [email protected]

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