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.

Under the guidance of the Chief Philanthropy Officer (CPO), the Associate Director of Individual Giving (ADIG) will support a fundraising plan that incorporates new and ongoing initiatives including donor solicitation and stewardship, a recurring giving program, virtual and in-person fundraising and cultivation events, delegation travel to the Middle East, project underwriting, institutional support, and legacy giving. The ADIG’s primary responsibilities will focus on the Leadership Circle individual giving program and managing in-person and virtual donor events. The ADIG will also work closely with the Communications and Marketing Director to develop and implement cross-platform multimedia appeals, draft development copy, research prospects, and ensure all donations are tracked and acknowledged, and be responsible for accurate monthly reconciliations. 

Under the guidance of the Chief Philanthropy Officer (CPO), and working closely with the part-time Director of Individual Giving (DIG), the Events Associate (EA) will support the Development Department’s fundraising plan that incorporates new and ongoing initiatives including donor solicitation and stewardship, a recurring giving program, virtual and in-person fundraising and cultivation events, delegation travel to the Middle East, project underwriting, institutional support, and legacy giving. 

Israel Policy Forum is seeking an IPF Atid Program Associate. Under the guidance of the IPF Atid Director, the Program Associate will work closely with the IPF Atid team to engage the IPF Atid leadership network, and collaborate with other IPF departments to initiate new program concepts, evaluate program impact and success, and work strategically to develop new methods to strengthen network engagement and reach new communities of young professionals across the nation.

Working closely with the IPF Atid staff, the IPF Atid National Organizing Fellow will focus on engaging leaders of Israel Policy Forum’s young professionals program and the wider community. This position, ideal for recent college graduates and early-career professionals, will support and develop creative, inclusive, and impactful programs and initiatives for IPF Atid communities. The National Organizing Fellow 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, as well as building and strengthening relationships with members of the IPF Atid network.