Job Title: Senior Planning & Allocations Associate-CBJC
Date Last Updated: 4/18/2013
Job ID #: 10727
Community Planning & Resource AllocationOrganization Name:
Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan ChicagoLocation:
Senior Planning & Allocations Associate,
Community Building & Jewish Continuity
Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago
Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Vice President, Planning & Allocations, the Senior Planning & Allocations Associate, CBJC is responsible for assisting with the implementation of the planning and allocations agenda of the Federation as it pertains to Jewish education and continuity while working with the appropriate professional and lay commissions and committees; supervising various JF initiated program(s); and serving as a liaison with relevant day schools and agencies.
Provides staff support to the Community Building & Jewish Continuity Commission in cooperation with other staff with a specific focus on day schools and Jewish education. This includes, but is not limited to: preparing meeting notices and minutes, coordinating agency/day school site visits, review of programmatic and budgetary material, preparation of funding recommendations, and subsequent allocation letters.
Provides staff support to the Senior Vice President, P&A and Assistant Vice President, P&A for projects and processes with a primary focus on Jewish education. This includes, but is not limited to: data collection and longitudinal comparisons for Jewish education agencies, involvement in day school financial and structural matters including requests for approvals of capital campaigns and periodic cross-system benchmarking.
Researches and staffs special Department projects as necessary. Assists in development of internal and external grant proposals and progress reports for JUF/JF and/ or agencies.
Master’s Degree in Communal Services, Social Work, Organizational Development or its equivalent preferred
Must have three to five years of experience in planning, administration, and/or program development with an excellent working knowledge of program budgeting
Clear understanding of the provision of education and social services
Experience in the Jewish Federated system is desirable along with an understanding of the nature of Federation’s professional/volunteer system
Detail oriented, organized, and able to set and achieve goals
Knowledge of the Jewish community, culture, heritage, traditions preferred
Excellent interpersonal, organizational, written and oral communication skills
A demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and effectively with lay volunteers, colleagues and agency professionals
Significant skills in MS Office Suite of Products particularly Excel, database programs and Internet
Ability to meet deadlines, handle multiple projects at one time and work independently as well as collaboratively
Desired Education Degree/Level:
2-5 yrs. experienceContact For Job:
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