Careers


Pursue a career with Israel Policy Forum and join us in advancing the dialogue to achieve a two-state solution and ensure a Jewish, democratic, secure Israel for generations to come.

Director of Strategic Communications and Media Relations

Reporting to the CEO, the Director, Strategic Communications and Media Relations (DSC) will lead efforts to raise the visibility and profile of Israel Policy Forum, its mission, research and analysis, young professional and community education programs, and leadership in traditional and new media platforms. Working in close partnership with the Director of Content and Marketing, and with support from other members of the communications department, the DSC will develop and implement strategies to elevate awareness of Israel Policy Forum, its policy experts, key staff and lay leaders, resources, and programs among journalists and other target audiences within the policy and Jewish communities.

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Director of Individual Giving

Position reports to the Chief Philanthropy Officer is supported by a Donor Engagement Associate, and benefits from the expertise of the CRM Manager. This position works very closely with Communications, Community Engagement, IPF Atid, and Operations teams.

Under the guidance of the Chief Philanthropy Officer (CPO), and supported by the Donor Engagement Associate (DEA), the Director of Individual Giving (DIG) will support an individual fundraising plan that incorporates new and ongoing initiatives including the launch of a national ambassador committee, donor solicitation and stewardship, a recurring giving program, virtual and in-person fundraising and cultivation events, delegation travel to the Middle East, project underwriting, and legacy giving.

The DIG’s primary responsibilities will focus on the Leadership Circle individual giving program, the national ambassador committee, and managing in-person and virtual donor events. The DIG will also work closely with the communications team to optimize development web content and to craft and implement cross-platform multimedia appeals. In addition, the DIG will oversee the Donor Engagement Associate’s work to track and acknowledge donations as well as the implementation of monthly reconciliation.

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Program Associate, IPF Atid

Israel Policy Forum has an exciting opportunity for a Program Associate, a new position created to support Israel Policy Forum’s rapidly growing young professionals program, IPF Atid. Created in July 2017, IPF Atid engages thousands of leaders in their 20s and 30s. IPF Atid has chapters in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Washington, DC, and Toronto and also hosts programs in smaller communities across North America.

Working in close collaboration with the IPF Atid team and alongside the wider Israel Policy Forum staff, the Program Associate will expand the impact and reach of IPF Atid by strengthening the IPF Atid leadership community, initiating new program concepts, evaluating program impact and success, and working strategically to develop new methods to strengthen network engagement and reach new communities of young professionals across the nation.

The Program Associate will be involved in advancing many aspects of IPF Atid’s work, including educational programs that promote and animate IPF’s mission, policy objectives, and core content; building and strengthening relationships with members of the IPF Atid network; strengthening and identifying new partnerships with other relevant organizations; and will have an exciting opportunity to help shape the overall strategy for IPF Atid’s next phase of growth.

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Director, Government Relations

The Director of Government Relations (DGR) will oversee Israel Policy Forum’s Government Relations department, crafting IPF’s government relations strategy and managing IPF’s relationships across the U.S. government. The DGR will work with the Chief Policy Officer (CPO) to develop targeted policy products that help advance IPF’s goals in shaping U.S. foreign policy.

The DGR’s primary responsibilities include strategizing and executing the day-to-day operations of Israel Policy Forum’s government relations work. This involves building and maintaining relationships in Congress and with the Executive Branch, planning and executing programming for government officials and IPF stakeholders, overseeing critical communications about IPF’s work and policy positions, and managing the government relations team.

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