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There are two available openings. One full time position and one part time 20hr/week position. Description below applies to both positions.
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters, one of the nation’s oldest mentoring organizations, transforms lives through friendship. We introduce children to adult mentors, and we match adults who have disabilities to new friends. In this way, we seek to support and empower individuals and families to engage, to participate actively in the life of their communities, to live inspired and to inspire others. JBBBS is currently seeking a passionate Caseworker (Friend 2 Friend) who will provide match support, screening of new potential clients and volunteers, conduct match meetings, facilitate and supervise two monthly activity groups. Click here for more information and to apply.
Clinical Outreach Specialist
The position is focused on engaging young professionals and youth/families in the Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters community. The Clinical Outreach Specialist (Social Worker) is responsible for youth and young professional strategy development and execution, with the goal of attracting and maintaining a diverse pipeline of mentors and mentees to expand the agency’s mission. The Specialist will further help to plan and execute recruitment and community-building events. In addition, the Specialist will screen volunteers and support matches in our Children’s Program, carrying a caseload of 25-30 matches, directly furthering Program team’s efforts and gaining important perspective into the agency’s work with children, families and volunteers. Click here for more information and to apply.
Director of Development
Reporting to and in partnership with the President/CEO, the Development Director will spearhead development efforts at Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters in support of our $2.6M annual budget. Click here for more information and to apply.
The Outreach Coordinator is, first and foremost, a brand ambassador. Broadly, s/he works to cultivate widespread visibility for the agency. S/he tells the agency’s story in compelling ways, using social media and the web, phone calls and in-person meetings in order to drive new constituents to JBBBS and to encourage ongoing participation from existing clients, volunteers and donors. S/he works heavily within the Jewish and interfaith communities – in particular as an ambassador to CJP’s Anti-Poverty Initiative – launching strong, sustainable partnerships. The Outreach Coordinator may supervise junior staff or interns and regularly liaises with members of the Senior Leadership Team in order to craft and execute upon outreach strategy. Click here for more information and to apply.
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters offers a competitive salary and benefits, commensurate with experience and skills.
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters is an equal opportunity employer.