Career Opportunities with the Society for Humanistic Judaism
Currently, there are no positions available with the Society for Humanistic Judaism.
with Humanistic Congregations & Communities
MACHAR, the Washington Congregation for Secular Humanistic Judaism, is hiring Sunday school teachers and a song leader for its Jewish Cultural School (JCS) for the 2014-2015 academic year.
School runs for 16 two-hour sessions on Sunday mornings from September 14 to May 17.
Qualifications for teacher positions: teaching experience; comfort with secular humanistic/cultural approach to Jewish studies; and ability to work with children.
Qualifications for song leader position: a musical background in guitar; knowledge of Jewish songs typical of Jewish camps or Sunday schools; and the ability to lead children and adults in singing approximately once a month on Sundays.
Visit our website for information about our congregation and curriculum.
Hourly rate begins at $35/hour.
Applications will be confidential.
Send cover letter and resume to: Debby Brennan, JCS Director.
Employment Opportunities in the Humanistic Jewish Movement
Currently, there are no positions available with the International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism.
Employment Opportunities in Secular Movement Organizations
Located in Washington, D.C., SCA lobbies the U.S. Congress on issues of special concern to its constituency. Its 18 member organizations are established 501(c(3) nonprofits who serve atheists, agnostics, humanists, freethinkers and other nontheistic Americans. SCA was founded to formalize a cooperative structure for visible, unified activism. The organization is committed to promoting reason and science as the most reliable methods for understanding the universe and improving the human condition. It affirms the secular form of government as a necessary condition for the interdependent rights of religious freedom and religious dissent.
SCA has chapters in all 50 states, holds an annual lobby day and policy conference, publishes yearly Congressional report cards and voter guides and in 2013 published its first Model Secular Policy Guide for Legislatures.
The Executive Director serves as the Chief Executive Officer for the Secular Coalition for America, a 501(c)(4) organization, and its sister organization, the Secular Coalition for America Education Fund, a 501(c)(3) organization. S/he reports to the Board of Directors and is a non-voting member of the Board. The Executive Director is responsible for the organization’s achievement of its mission and financial objectives. S/he oversees the lobbying and public education efforts for the Coalition and its member organizations and serves as the chief spokesperson for the organization.
SCA is seeking a candidate with at least 10 years of management experience with an advocacy organization at the federal level. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated capacity to communicate with legislators, federal agencies,the media and other stakeholders and opinion leaders. Preference will be given to candidates who have a record of effective advocacy and public policy campaign leadership skills.
Successful candidates will have graduate level education in the law, public policy (or related fields) or comparable experience. Candidates should be familiar with secular legal, federal legislative and public policy matters and be able to work with and represent the interests of a diverse coalition. The candidate should be ready to execute board strategy through fundraising, staff leadership, and coalition building. Preference will be given to candidates with a proven track record of managing successful legislative campaigns. The candidate must have a track record of successful financial oversight and strong financial controls. The Executive Director is the chief fundraiser and must have a track record of cultivating,recruiting,and maintaining relationships with major financial donors.
The Secular Coalition for America (SCA) seeks highly motivated undergraduate, graduate, or law students for unpaid internship positions in the spring, summer and fall semesters. SCA is a 501(c)(4) advocacy organization located in Washington, D.C. Its mission is to increase the visibility of and respect for nontheistic viewpoints in the United States, and to protect and strengthen the secular character of our government as the best guarantee of freedom for all.
Working at a small non-profit, this internship will provide ample opportunities to take on responsibility and produce work samples for addition to a portfolio. Interns work directly with SCA staff and have the opportunity to learn and assist in the four main departments of the office: lobbying and advocacy; research and outreach; development and fundraising; and communications through traditional and new media.
Internships are being offered for Summer 2014 and Fall 2014.
Contact SCA directly to learn more about these positions.
Camp Quest provides an educational adventure shaped by fun, friends and freethought, featuring science, natural wonder and humanist values. Camp Quest sessions across North America, in the UK and Switzerland are seeking volunteer counselors for this summer. For more information and to apply, click here.
The Secular Student Alliance lists positions available throughout the secular movement. Click here to find listings for jobs and internships.