Development Manager Location: NYC- area preferred

Full-time position (40 hrs/week)

Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action is seeking a full time Development Manager who will expand and oversee all development systems, write grant proposals and reports, and manage stewardship and communication with donors. This is an opportunity to join a small, committed team at the ground floor, work in close partnership with the Founder & CEO to significantly grow revenue, and support the day-to-day work of a bold new organization.

About Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action

Dayenu is building a movement of American Jews confronting the climate crisis with spiritual audacity and bold political action. We mobilize Jewish support for climate solutions, build our collective power, and raise up a spiritual, religious, and moral voice in the national and global movements confronting the climate crisis. We are committed to equity and to creating a just and sustainable world for generations to come.  We believe that drawing from our Jewish tradition and experience, and together with other communities, we have the power to create real and lasting change.

We focus on three main areas of work: Bold political action to advance comprehensive climate policy and ensure a just transition away from fossil fuels, spiritual adaptation that helps people confront the reality of the climate crisis and grapple with the deep spiritual and existential questions it raises, and movement-building.

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Compensation
This position is full time, and the annual salary is $65,000-75,000 commensurate with experience. We offer a competitive benefits package, including vacation and sick days, healthcare, national and Jewish holidays, and more.

If you’re ready to join an ambitious team of passionate people dedicated to building a powerful Jewish movement to confront the climate crisis, please fill out this application by Friday, February 5th.

 

Dayenu is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, class, sex, gender, sexual orientation, disability, family/marital status, religion or other protected classes. We strongly encourage applications from underrepresented communities.