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April 16, 2014 | 16th Nisan 5774

Special Projects Coordinator

This is a full time position located in Washington, DC.

 
This position participates in work that is an integral part of the Religious Action Center, and reports to the Director and Deputy Director. The employee will be a part of department strategies and efforts, seeking to help shape and guide public positioning with regard to the broader strategic priorities of the Religious Action Center. The Special Projects Coordinator has a hand in every department, and will coordinate implementation of many interdepartmental projects.

•    Coordinate and prioritize special projects for RAC Director and Deputy Director
•    Monitor all internal and external communication for the RAC Director
•    Work with legislative staff to prepare Director and Deputy Director for speeches, panels, or op-eds
•    Mange RAC blog, including drafting, editing and soliciting articles
•    Contribute to general RAC publicity and copywriting efforts
•    Push projects and organizational priorities through vetting and approval processes
•    Manage files
•    Edit copy and proofread marketing collateral for development and communications projects.
•    Other tasks as assigned

Qualifications
•    3-5 years of experience in the field. This is not an entry-level position.
•    Excellent writing, editing and research skills
•    Ability to work well under pressure on time-sensitive issues, shift priorities, and meet deadlines
•    Ability to handle confidential information with discretion
•    Understanding of the legislative process
•    A commitment to tikkun olam and Jewish advocacy & activism as a means for change
•    Familiarity with the Reform Jewish Movement
•    An outstanding phone manner and a sense of humor are both essential

Please send salary requirements, cover letter and resume to jkelly@rac.org.

 
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