We are a small collaborative team, comprising a Director and Administrator (both full-time), based in London, and Director of Educational Programming. This role will report to the Yesod Director and work closely with the Yesod staff team.
• The role will be part-time, 20 hours per week, and is a permanent position. There may be scope to expand hours after review.
• Flexible European or Israel location requiring remote working if non-London-based and some travel periodically to Yesod programming and team meetings.
Location: Based in Europe or Israel. If London-based, joining the Yesod Director and Administrator in North-West London; otherwise co-working space can be arranged for remote working.
Hours: Part-time, 20 hours per week, permanent role
Salary range: Appropriate to location and experience
Reports to: Yesod Director
Please submit your CV and covering letter reflecting your interest and suitability for the role, plus current or most recent salary and notice period by email to email@example.com
Yesod is dedicated to strengthening the future of Jewish Europe by investing in key individual Jewish community professionals and educators to create sustainable and meaningful European Jewish community life. We believe that individuals who are skilled, connected, valued and grounded in Jewish purpose as professionals and educators will have the greatest potential for impact. Through our founding partners’ collective experience and conversations in the field, Yesod identified a need to increase the scope of opportunities for professional development and Jewish fluency – knowledge, understanding, questioning, and application of Jewish concepts and text – for these individuals.
Yesod provides a range of seminars, funds and resources together with access to external opportunities, so that funding, training in languages beyond English, geographic location of events, and time availability are not barriers to progression. This framework of initiatives allows us to be responsive and flexible in meeting the professional development and Jewish fluency needs of European Jewish community professionals at different stages of their careers and in all different types of roles.
Yesod was created by three organisations – the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), the Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe (RFHE) and the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation (CLSFF) – committed to supporting and strengthening European Jewish communities. Together we share the vision of a vibrant, meaningful, Jewish life comprised of strong communities driven by inspired and engaged individuals.