Hispanic Outreach Coordinator
United States, Northeast
Reporting to the StandWithUs Executive Director of Campus Affairs and the Director of StandWithUs Northeast, the Hispanic Outreach Coordinator has two main responsibilities: 1) recruiting, training, and mentoring the Hispanic Emerson Fellows in order to help them become successful activists for Israel on their campuses and in their churches 2) fostering and maintaining strong partnerships with interested churches and communities, and arranging speaking engagements to educate with them. Finally, the Hispanic Outreach Coordinator helps with StandWithUs fundraising activities as needed.
• Outreach to college students and professional staff on campus (Hillel/Chabad), as well as other professionals
• Maintain an active presence on campus
• Mentor students on education and program skills
• Work with students to create new programs and strengthen existing ones
• Recruit students for SWU Hispanic Emerson Fellowship, SWU Conferences, and internships
• Document student activities
• Take good photos
• Get stories and testimonials
• Quantify campus data
• Maintain open communication with campus staff and participate in conference calls
• Hold regular conference calls with fellows, provide leadership-building opportunities, and be in regular communication with students
• Book speaking engagements with Hispanic Churches and communities in North America to share StandWithUs’ educational presentations
• Serve as the main point of contact for Hispanic and Christain Affairs in North America
• Including participation in fundraising events, galas, and conferences.
• Coordinate with their local SWU community chapter and help with relevant programming
• Keep Community Director informed of your activities
• Establish Relationships with local community leaders, if asked to do so
• Be a community builder so you can bring people 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 chapters including phones, data entry, etc.
• Establish relationships with local journalists
• Try to get your programs covered
• Be available for interviews
• 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.
• Willingness to travel regularly in North America and work flexible hours.
• Clear written and verbal communication skills. Must be a native Spanish speaker and fluent in English.
• Detail-oriented, self-motivated, organized, reliable, team player, proactive, strong work ethic, leadership skills; ability to multitask.
• Demonstrated Church involvement is preferred as well as basic theological training.
• Access to a car is mandatory.
• Based in NYC, Miami, Los Angeles, or Chicago
Please send your resumé and cover letter to