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.

Communications Associate

Reporting to the Communications and Marketing Director (CMD), the Communications Associate (CA) will be a critical part of the communications and marketing team responsible for managing digital communications efforts that promote Israel Policy Forum’s mission, programs, and fundraising efforts across multiple platforms.

The CA will be a core member of the Communications team responsible for building and sending email campaigns, posting content to social media channels, proofreading written content, updating and adding content to Israel Policy Forum’s website, managing registration and facilitation for virtual events, collecting and organizing data from various platforms, and other work as needed to support a fast-paced Communications department.

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National Organizing Fellow (IPF Atid)

Israel Policy Forum has an exciting opportunity for an IPF Atid National Organizing Fellow. Created in July 2017, IPF Atid engages thousands of young professionals in their 20s and 30s, both online and in person. IPF Atid has active chapters in Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, New York, Bay Area, and Washington, D.C., a yearlong fellowship and annual summit for young leaders across North America, a summer delegation to Israel and the West Bank, and a variety of virtual and in-person programs throughout the year.

Working closely with the IPF Atid staff, this full-time fellowship spanning summer 2023 to summer 2024 will focus on engaging leaders of Israel Policy Forum’s young professionals program and the wider community. This position 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.

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Assistant Director of Government Relations

Under the guidance of the Director of Government Relations (DGR), working closely with the Government Relations Associate, and in consultation with the Chief Policy Officer (CPO), the Assistant Director of Government Relations (ADGR) will be a trusted partner in achieving the goals of Israel Policy Forum’s growing government relations initiatives. The ADGR’s primary responsibilities include working closely with the DGR to strategize and execute much of the day-to-day operations of Israel Policy Forum’s government relations work. This includes building and maintaining relationships in Congress and with the executive branch, planning and executing educational programming for government officials and Israel Policy Forum stakeholders, and drafting and overseeing critical communications about the work.

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