Are you interested in joining a passionate and innovative team dedicated to social change? View our open positions below.
Are you an excellent communicator and detail-oriented professional? Repair the World is seeking a strong writer, researcher, and project manager to be our Associate Grant Writer. This role will function as a capacity builder for the development team through grant writing and reporting, researching foundations to find new grant opportunities, and collecting data and stories from internal stakeholders to support our grant reporting. This role is perfect for someone who has strong writing skills and exceptional attention to detail, is well organized, and excels at project management. This full-time position will be on Repair’s Development team and will ideally be located in one of Repair’s communities (Atlanta, Baltimore, Bay Area, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Colorado, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Pittsburgh). Qualified remote candidates will be considered. The Associate Grant Writer reports to the Grants Manager.Read more
Repair the World is seeking a full-time Accountant to handle its Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, General Ledger analysis, Bank Reconciliations, Payroll accounting, and other accounting functions. They will support the organization through timely and accurate financial processes, presentation of our financial records through transaction review and entry, analysis, and administration. This is a full-time position located in New York City in order to be proximal to other finance team members. This position will report directly to the Controller.Read more
The Repair the World Fellowship is a two-year, full-time, salaried position for early career professionals who are ages 21-26. Fellows spend time mobilizing, building community, tackling pressing community needs, deepening their Jewish identity, and engaging in professional development, and learning, alongside a cohort of peers. The fellowship will equip young adults with the life-long skills they need to effectively mobilize Jews and their communities to serve.
The fellowship begins on August 1, 2023, and concludes on July 31, 2025. During this time, fellows will be placed in one of eight communities (Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, or Pittsburgh.)Read more