Jobs Board July 22, 2020

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Congregation Neveh Shalom has received a grant to support Oregon Health Authority COVID-19 outreach and support initiatives within the Jewish communities of Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties. Up to six short-term, part-time paid positions are available: 1 project lead at $30/hour; 5 project consultants at $25/hour. 10-20 hours per week. Work to begin by Aug. 10 for the first 3-month period. Second 3-month period possible. If you are interested in one of the contract positions below, send your resume and cover letter to by 9 am July 27.
Community Engagement, Education, Outreach
Orientation and project kick off activities. Create templates and written material for outreach via social media, print, email. Scan news, agency and social media posts for relevant COVID19 information and redistribute to community networks. Maintain ongoing communications with community members via telephone, text, WhatsApp, FB, email, etc. Maintain connections and coordination with other Jewish organizations in their outreach, communications to reach the full community. Be available to respond to requests for interviews and project updates for Jewish community organizations.
Social Services and Wraparound Services
Orientation and project kick off activities. Identify community members who are impacted by COVID19. Establish contact, conduct needs assessment, support schedule. Construct a map of organizations that provide the needed services identified through the needs assessment. Provide direct support services such as assisting with health care referrals and setting appointments; grocery shopping and essential errands; identify housing needs and work with individuals and families and community organizations to fill them; identify needs related to utilities, water, garbage, phone, internet, and cable and work with individuals and families and community organizations to access existing benefit programs. Be able to provide support or make meaningful referrals for more complex and ongoing case management questions involving behavioral health resources, anti-discrimination resources, domestic violence resources, or others.

Tivnu: Building Justice is looking for a caring, organized, and dedicated individual to complete our Jewish social justice gap year staff team. The Tivnu Gap Year Program is a 9-month immersive experience for high school graduates, aged 17-20, from across the United States. The Tivnu Gap Year Resident Advisor & Mentor will live on site with Gap Year participants, mentor program participants in formal and informal settings, contribute to creating an atmosphere of personal and communal growth, and perform a variety of organizational support tasks.
Email cover letter and resumé to Steve Eisenbach-Budner at and Adinah Miller at, with subject “Resident Advisor and Mentor.”


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