Job Opportunities

 

Communications & Development Associate
(Part-time: 20 hrs/week)

The Development and Communications Associate will work with the Development & Communications Director to design and implement our fundraising and communications plans. Development work includes: supporting our major donor program, annual fundraising events, online campaigns, grants, and membership stewardship. Communications work includes: managing social media platforms, graphic design, and general brand promotion.  We are excited to hire someone who is excellent at task-management, a person who gets things done, and someone who can collaborate with leadership staff on new ideas, directions, and venues for communications and development.

Key Responsibilities: Communications

  • Co-create BWC’s social media strategies and regularly post content

  • Designing flyers, digital graphics, and other marketing material for BWC programs

  • Update the BWC website when needed

  • Produce bi-weekly e-newsletter, including written and graphic content

  • Draft, distribute and pitch press releases, media alerts and other stories

  • Strengthen the BWC brand in the community

Key Responsibilities: Development

  • Work with Development & Communications Director to implement annual fundraising plan, including major donors, fundraising events, annual appeal, membership drive, and more  

  • Support updating and managing our membership database (etapestry), produce reports as needed; collect and catalog background information on donor prospects

  • Grant research and writing support

Click here to download the full job description, responsibilities, and qualitites for our ideal candidate. 

TO APPLY:

Please submit cover letter and resume to jobsatbwc@gmail.com. We are currently accepting applications. The position will remain open until filled with priority given to early applicants.

BWC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. People who identify as Jews and non-Jews of Color, multiracial, Sephardic, Mizrachi, trans, non-binary, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer people, people with disabilities, and immigrants are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Parent-Child Preschool Playgroup Leader 

Job Description:  We are seeking an early childhood educator to lead our Preschool Parent-Child Playgroup, (Circle Playtime). Circle Playtime is a playgroup for children ages 0-4, accompanied by parents. Circle Playtime meets monthly (11 sessions) on Sunday mornings from 10:30-12:30. Each get-together includes a short teaching session, and informal and fun children’s activities related to a Jewish or social justice holiday.

We are seeking an experienced  teachers (or a recent ed school grad, pre-school teacher)  with knowledge of Jewish history and culture, and active, project-based learning. Experience working with young children and parents is preferred.

TO APPLY: Send resume and cover letter to alexandra@circleboston.org; applications accepted on a rolling basis. BWC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. People who identify as Jews and non-Jews of Color, multiracial, Sephardic, Mizrachi, trans, non-binary, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer people, people with disabilities, and immigrants are strongly encouraged to apply.
 

Circle Playtime 2018-19 Schedule:

Sept 30 (Sukes)

October 14 (Shabes)

November 4 (Havdalah)

December 2 (Chanukah)

December 9 (Chanukah Party with Sunday School)

Jan 6 (MLK Day)

Feb 3 (Tu B'Shvat)

March 10 (Purim)

March 24 (Purim Party with Sunday School)

April 7 (Passover)

May 19 (Shavuos)

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Boston Workmen’s Circle Center for Jewish Culture and Social Justice is:

  • A community and spiritual home for secular Jewish life

  • A voice for progressive Jewish values and social change

  • An arts and education center celebrating Yiddish, Jewish, and progressive culture

As an organization rooted in the radical traditions of Yiddishkayt, mutual-aid, and workers’ rights, we are committed to resisting assimilation and centering the culture of diverse Jewish ancestors in our work for liberation and social justice. Together we work to  build an equitable and inclusive community that is actively working against racism and all forms of oppression.

 

Last updated September 2018.