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The Program Director will lead LKFLT’s work to broaden and deepen the field of applied Jewish wisdom, with a focus on strengthening collaboration among organizations engaged in this work. Initially, the Program Director will focus primarily on designing and facilitating convenings among grantees and other partner organizations, overseeing the Lippman Kanfer Prize for Applied Jewish Wisdom [‘the Prize’], and supporting foundation special projects, including its current initiative to bolster American Jewish engagement in democracy and the public sphere. Across all of this work, the Program Director will stay abreast of—and contribute to—the evolving zeitgeist of the Jewish education sector and other fields in which Jewish wisdom plays (or could play) a role. Over time, the role will change as the foundation’s field-building strategy evolves. This position is based either in Brooklyn, New York or in Akron, Ohio; reports to the President; and is a full-time exempt position. Full position description and application instructions can be found here.


The foundation’s first Administrative & Communications Associate will have a dual portfolio: (1) supporting the President and other foundation staff with exceptional administrative and logistical capacity, and (2) supporting the Director of Learning & Strategic Communications with communications-related expertise. This position is based in Brooklyn, NY; reports to the Chief of Staff; and is a full-time, non-exempt position. Full position description and application instructions can be found here.