Reports to: Director of Programs, Events, and Production
Duration: Full-time (non-exempt; includes some Friday nights, Saturday mornings, occasional holiday and evening hours)
Summary: As the Programs and TRIBE Assistant, you are an integral member of the IKAR team and will assist with program development and planning. This position will also be responsible for coordinating TRIBE programs: IKAR’s 20s/30s community.
Responsibilities and Tasks
-Coordinate Shabbat logistics.
-Coordinate event/holiday logistics.
–Reach out to IKAR members about celebrating life cycle events.
–Support Program Manager with vendor communication and research, food and supply procurement, calendaring, staffing, some graphics and flyer design, other support as needed.
–Provide technical support for virtual programs.
-Coordinate TRIBE (Young Adult programming) programming, including working with TRIBE leaders to develop programming and procure volunteers.
Qualities & Skills Required
-Ability to work independently.
-Excellent organizational skills.
-Ability to interact flexibly and compassionately with a wide variety of people.
-Strong and consistent attention to detail.
-Be a team player.
-Thrive in a fast-paced, purpose-driven and fluid environment.
-Good sense of humor.
Salary & Benefits: Salary in the range of $45,000-$55,000 with a generous benefits package including full health, vision, and dental coverage.
Equal Opportunity & Diversity: IKAR prides itself on being an equal-opportunity employer and is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. IKAR invites applications from different denominations, religious and cultural backgrounds. We encourage candidates of color, candidates who are Jews by choice, candidates in the LGBTQ community and across the rich gender spectrum.
How to Apply: Please send your cover letter, resume and references to [email protected].
About IKAR: IKAR, an innovative model for Jewish engagement, was launched in 2004 to reclaim the vitality and relevance of Jewish religious practice and reimagine the contours of Jewish community. Recognized nationally for its success in engaging young and disaffected Jews, IKAR is a positive and proactive response to the declining trend in affiliation in the Jewish community. IKAR is dedicated to reanimating Jewish life through imaginative engagement with ritual and spiritual practice and a deep commitment to social justice. Fusing piety and hutzpah, obligation, and inspiration, we are harnessing an untapped energy in the Jewish community –attracting and mobilizing Jews who contribute their vast intellectual and creative resources to address real-world concerns effectively and unapologetically. In addition to establishing a vital presence in Los Angeles, we have also become a leading model of engaging, authentic, resonant Jewish life that is inspiring change in synagogues and communities around the country.