Jewish Learning Collaborative, Program Manager


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Jewish Learning Collaborative, Program Manager
Full time – Based in a U.S. Hub Office
Starting Salary Range: See job posting!

Who We Are:

When you work for Moishe House (pronounced moy-shuh), you become a part of something BIG: a global nonprofit that builds peer-led Jewish communities for young adults around the world! Founded in 2006, Moishe House funds, trains, and educates young adults to create pluralistic, inclusive, and welcoming Jewish communities as House Residents, MHWOW Hosts, Peer-Led-Retreat Facilitators, and in our Bases. To date, there are more than 140 Moishe House communities in over 30 countries, and we’re still growing!

We believe that Jewish learning can enhance every part of our lives, from how we make decisions at work, how we do business, how we maintain friendships, how we create meaningful moments at home, and more. The Jewish Learning Collaborative (JLC) enables and inspires professionals and lay leaders at Jewish organizations to access Jewish text, thought, and wisdom through 1:1 learning sessions with one of our diverse Jewish educators. The JLC is growing quickly, and we are building a team to meet and expand the demand for individualized Jewish learning. The JLC is seeking a Program Manager to lead the development and implementation of the JLC’s 1:1 Jewish learning program to support partner organizations in bringing the JLC to their teams while supporting educators and learners as they learn together. The Program Manager will be a critical thought partner in shaping and executing our vision and will report to the Director, Jewish Learning Collaborative.

Who You Are and What You’ll Do:

You are excited about creating educational opportunities for others through the JLC
You understand and believe in our mission and bring a passion for nonprofit work
You are a skilled relationship builder, conversationalist, and recruiter
You approach challenges with creativity and offer efficient and creative solutions
You support learners, educators, and organizational partners, including:
Owning and developing strong relationships with partner organizations, bringing the JLC to their organizations, and managing all aspects of their experience
Matching learners with educators and supporting learners to ensure positive learning experiences
Managing program implementation for learners, educators, and program partner organizations
Supporting learners, educators, and partner organizations to have fun, meaningful 1:1 Jewish learning experiences, while implementing existing strategies and contributing new ones
Refining processes and systems as the JLC grows
You are a builder, and you’re flexible. You like experimenting and trying new things at work, and aren’t afraid to learn a new skill or to try something for the first time and then evaluate it.
You care about people and their experiences. You enjoy connecting with others and can chat easily. And it’s not just small talk; you enjoy learning about people and what motivates them. You’ll develop individual relationships with learners, educators, and staff partners at partner organizations. You’ll work with partner organizations to recruit learners for the JLC and to help them start their learning journeys. You’ll support people when they encounter challenges.
You’re organized and a problem solver. You identify problems when they arise and quickly work to create solutions and implement them. You thrive on identifying ways of improving existing systems and structures. You’ll refine and streamline existing program structures, identify opportunities for improvement, and manage the implementation of updates.
Your written, analytical, project management, and organizational skills are just as strong as your verbal ones.
You’ll facilitate special projects based on departmental needs, your expertise, and your interests.
You have a four-year college degree or equivalent years of additional work experience.
You have a graduate degree in Jewish Studies or Jewish Education, or at least two years of post-undergraduate Jewish learning.
You have at least four years of full-time professional experience. Experience in education or customer service preferred.
You have significant experience in creating and nurturing in-person and online communities.
You have familiarity with and/or experience working or volunteering in the Jewish community.
You embrace the Moishe Mindset: Be the Difference, Connect & Listen, Invest Wisely, Embrace the Unknown, Own It!, Value People, and Work Well, Live Well, and Have Fun!
You’re flexible with your work hours, working shortened daytime office hours with some nights and weekends as needed to work with our participants and educators.
You have eligibility to work in your Hub Office work location without employer sponsorship
See the full job posting for the entire job description!

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