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Cover letters and resumes should be sent to jobs@jfnnj.org with the name of the position you are applying for in the subject line of the email.

Development Officer, Planned Giving and Endowment

Position Summary: The Development Officer, Planned Giving and Endowment will work to grow, facilitate, and engage donors in the work of the Endowment Foundation. Federation’s Endowment Foundation is responsible for raising dollars for the future through various planned giving vehicles. It also manages a Donor Advised Fund program and invests endowment assets for agencies within the Federation’s catchment area. Goals include growing current assets under management as well as obtaining commitments for future gifts in order to support the mission of the Federation for future generations. Get More Information.

Campaign Director

Position Summary: The Campaign Director will work to grow our campaign and engage donors in the work of Federation. The Director will have three major areas of responsibility: donor stewardship and cultivation; management of volunteers; and major fundraising events. In doing this work, s/he will supervise the department of Commerce & Professionals, The Network, and the Philanthropic Officer. Get More Information.

Director, Philanthropic Advancement

Position Summary: DPA-YL will drive our innovative and high-end effort to attract the next generation of major donors and a leadership pipeline for affinity level donors with the capacity to contribute at least $500.  The position will focus on major donor level prospects ($10,000+) and affinity level ($500-$9,999) prospects.

The endeavor will operate under a unique paradigm in concert with existing Federation offerings.  The lead professional will be responsible for identifying, cultivating, stewarding and coordinating (with existing Federation offerings) individual donors and their interests.  It is expected that the DPA-YL will utilize networking opportunities and new vibrant and innovative programs to attract new donors and prospects. Get More Information.

Manager, Volunteer Resource Center

Position Summary: The Manager of the Volunteer Resource Center (VRC) reports into the marketing and communications team. The Volunteer Resource Center has three primary functions: Volunteer Engagement: Produce three hallmark events that provide volunteer opportunities for the community and young families: Mitzvah Day, Supplies for Success, and March Mega Food Drive/March Mitzvah Madness. In addition, the Manager of the VRC curates a library of volunteer opportunities available to community members, works with Bar/Bat Mitzvah families for tikkun olam projects, and provides additional opportunities to connect the community to volunteerism and Federation. Get More Information.