Career Opportunities


Director of Member Engagement

Within JFN’s new strategic framework called JFN 3.0, a new position is being created, encompassing the traditional member services responsibilities and new avenues of engagement for different cohorts of members and prospects.

Overall, the mission of this position is elevating the quality of philanthropic practice in the Jewish Community while ensuring high levels of membership satisfaction and commitment.


Director of Communications

Reporting to the Executive Vice President, the Director of Communications is responsible for creating, implementing, and overseeing strategies that use communications tools and practices to achieve three goals: (1) engage and mobilize the JFN membership; (2) grow the JFN membership; and (3) influence the broader discourse in the Jewish and philanthropic communities to strengthen those communities and help them make the world a better place.


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