The Fundermentalist will also be keeping an eye out for job openings in the Jewish non-profit world.
Judging by a quick look at the roundup of Jewish orgs looking for development directors, the Chronicle of Philanthropy may have been dead on when it reported in August that there is a dearth of talent in the field.
Here’s a roundup of openings:
- The ADL is looking for a director of development, an assistant director of development and a director of major gifts.
- The Jewish Social Service Agency in Washington is looking for a director of development.
- The American Jewish World Service is looking for a grant writer.
- Hillel is looking for an assistant director of development for direct response.
- Yeshiva University is looking for a director of annual giving.
[UPDATE: The original list contained two errors, sorry.]
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