Manager,
Education and Engagement

 

The Opportunity:
The Manager, Education and Engagement is an experienced, approachable, creative, and dynamic individual who will work as an integral member of the Education and Engagement team. This person will have the chance to put their mark on initiatives across the organization, from innovation to implementation to evaluation.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and manage Hillel Ontario Student Leadership Council.
  • Oversee implementation of student peer-to-peer engagement internship programs, including engagement intern orientation.
  • Support campus staff in engagement intern recruitment, training, ongoing learning, and supervision.
  • Manage Birthright programs and recruitment, including pre- and post-trip programming.
  • Manage relationships with external stakeholders and community-based Israel and Jewish learning and programmatic resources.
  • Manage relationships with Jewish teen groups and organizations.
  • Connect graduating high school students to campus-based professionals and opportunities.
  • Administer data collection and tracking to evaluate progress, impact, and growth.

 

What You Will Do Well:

  • Build effective and meaningful relationships with staff, university students, and community members.
  • Develop and implement new learning and other programs that cultivate and strengthen Jewish identity.
  • Be an innovator and change agent by developing and pitching your strong ideas, taking risks, and navigating the critical relationships required to influence change.
  • Prioritize many competing requests, ranging from strategic projects to individual-support inquiries.
  • Collaborate with colleagues to build consensus among stakeholders with divergent views and priorities.
  • Be curious about, and stay up to date on, Jewish community dynamics and best practices on Jewish campus life, education, and engagement.
  • Hold a strong knowledge base of Jewish content, ranging from traditional Jewish texts to contemporary Jewish wisdom, Jewish culture, and unconventional Jewish sources.
  • Hold a love for Israel and the ability to be an informed advocate about issues facing the Jewish state.
  • Be a part of creating and participating in an inclusive, vibrant, and pluralistic Jewish community.

 

Experience:

  • University degree.
  • Facilitating Jewish education and learning.
  • Working with Jewish teens and/or young adults.
  • Overseeing and managing project implementation.
  • Proven success in community building and outreach.
  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative and collaborate with multiple team members.
  • Sophisticated written and verbal communication skills.

 

What You’ll Receive:

  • Competitive salary in the non-profit marketplace. The salary range for this role is $40,000 - $50,000.
  • Great professional development, mentoring, and skill building opportunities

 

About Hillel Ontario:
Hillel Ontario serves approximately 13,500 Jewish students across nine universities, and is the largest regional Hillel system in the world. A model for the Hillel movement, Hillel Ontario was created on October 1, 2015 and strives to inspire every Jewish student in Ontario to make an enduring commitment to Jewish life, learning, and Israel.

As part of its recently completed Strategic Plan (available for review upon request), Hillel Ontario is in the process of expanding its student peer-to-peer engagement programs as a way of broadening our campus reach.  We will also be reconvening our Student Leadership Council, which launched this year and drew representatives from our nine campuses, re-configuring our teen engagement program, and cultivating our relationships with Jewish communal organizations. The Manager, Education and Engagement will take a lead role in each of these efforts.