Careers

Are you interested in joining a passionate and innovative team dedicated to social change? View our open positions below.

Open Positions

Repair is looking for a dynamic Senior Associate to support our Service Corps Members, develop service learning opportunities and programs in Los Angeles. The position includes overseeing stipended Corps Members during their 1-3 month service placements; building partnerships with local Jewish, social justice, and service organizations; and planning regular service opportunities in conjunction with Repair’s national issue area campaigns. Corps Members volunteer virtually or in-person with local service partners working to combat the lasting economic and social effects of the pandemic in the Los Angeles community.

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Repair the World is seeking an experienced recruiter to join our human resources team as the Recruitment and Onboarding Specialist. In 2021, Repair received multiple grants that have led to exciting growth and a renewed commitment to strengthening our team by more deeply investing in our staff.

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Repair is looking for a dynamic Program Manager to support our Service Corps Members, and develop service learning opportunities and programs in Brooklyn. The position includes overseeing stipended Corps Members during their 12 week service placements; building partnerships with local Jewish, social justice, and service organizations; and planning regular service opportunities.

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Repair is looking for a dynamic Program Manager to lead our programming in the borough of Manhattan, primarily in Harlem. The position includes overseeing stipended Corps Members during their 12 week service placements; building partnerships with local Jewish, social justice, and service organizations; and planning regular service opportunities.

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Repair is looking for a dynamic Senior Associate to support our Service Corps Members, develop service learning opportunities and programs in Boston. The position includes overseeing stipended Corps Members during their 1-3 month service placements; building partnerships with local Jewish, social justice, and service organizations; and planning regular service opportunities in conjunction with Repair’s national issue area campaigns. Corps Members volunteer virtually or in-person with local service partners working to combat the lasting economic and social effects of the pandemic in the Boston community.

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