Houses Program Coordinator

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When you work for Moishe (pronounced moy-shuh) House, you become a part of something BIG: a global nonprofit with 14 years under our belt, building communities around the world! Founded in 2006, Moishe House empowers young adults to create their own dream Jewish communities. A Moishe House is led by a group of volunteer community builders who open their doors to twenty-somethings to create spaces of connection, new friends, and engaging events all at no cost to the participant. To date, there are more than 100 communities in over 25 countries, and we’re still growing!

All voices are needed at Moishe House. We want our team to reflect the diversity of Moishe House community builders and participants. We seek employees from diverse backgrounds and life experiences to join our staff team located in the United States, South America, Europe, and the Former Soviet Union.

Overview:
The Program Coordinator is a member of the Resident Support Team, supporting core functions of the team by completing administrative tasks, creating and implementing efficient workflow systems, and coordinating department-wide operations.

The Houses Program Coordinator is a full-time hourly position, working Monday through Friday, with occasional nights and weekend work.

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Responsibilities:
Provide administrative support for Moishe House community builders and the Resident Support Team (60%)
• Reviewing and approving program reimbursements and submitting accurate data to ensure community events are financially supported
• Building and maintaining current and historical departmental information through Salesforce and other CRMs
Coordinate department-wide operations (20%)
• Managing goal setting and tracking systems that ensure organizational impact
• Supporting volunteers through monthly communications, supply procurement, and volunteer recognition
Participate in and organize special projects as assigned (20%)
• Helping plan and attending community builder training conference
• Supporting the Resident Support and Development Operations team through the annual grassroots fundraising campaign and assisting in future planning

About you:
• You believe in our mission and bring creativity, innovation, and hard work to our team
• You have a passion for serving others, place high value in being part of a strong team, and want to be part of a dynamic, inspirational organization
• You are highly organized, self-motivated, and are excited to assess and rebuild operations and processes

Qualifications:
• A Bachelor’s degree; additional 4 years of full-time relevant experience may be substituted for the degree
• One-year full-time professional work experience preferred
• Administrative or customer service experience preferred
• Advanced competency in the use of all Microsoft and Google applications, including strong Excel skills
• Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills
• Demonstrated cross-cultural communication skills
• Demonstrated ability to be organized, proactive, deliver results, and work independently and as part of a team
• Enthusiasm for strategizing and collaborating with the team in multiple locations
• Demonstrated ability to take risks and learn from situations when things don’t turn out as planned
• Demonstrated strong work ethic
• Ability to multitask and monitor several projects at all times, and to manage time effectively
• Effective demonstration of the Moishe Mindset: Be the Difference, Connect & Listen, Invest Wisely, Embrace the Unknown, Own It!, Value People, and Work Well, Live Well, and Have Fun!
• Direct Moishe House experience (as staff, resident, host, and/or community member) preferred

Compensation and benefits:
• Starting salary range of $40,000 – $42,000 (hourly $18.75 – $20.19) assuming you meet the minimum requirements
• Annual merit-based salary increase
• Health, vision, dental, and mental health benefits ($0 employee contribution option available)
• Flexible spending account options
• 15 days paid time off (PTO) per year that increases with continued employment; additional benefits for former Hillel and BBYO employees (Talent Alliance)
• Office closures and floating holidays for Jewish and US holidays
• 401k matching after one year of employment
• Quarterly paid day of service (give back to your community so you can help your community builders get involved too)
• Highly qualified, creative, and go-getter teammates and a dedicated supervisor
• Company discounts on flights, hotels, sporting events, concerts amusement parks, gyms and more through Plum Benefits
• Paid work travel with perks including travel allowance, fitness classes, and accommodations
• Opportunity to work from either our East Coast (Charlotte, NC) or West Coast (Encinitas, CA; Leichtag Commons Campus) Hub office, to support our Resident Support Team.
• Annual professional development fund
• One-on-one Jewish learning with an educator of your choice
• Local professional learning opportunities
• Opportunities for advancement through Moishe House’s career path planning

Possible Steps in Our Hiring Process:
• Step 1 – Send us your resume and cover letter, and you’ll hear back from us!
• Step 2 – Video interview using an online app
• Step 3 – Skills assessment and interview(s) with the hiring manager(s)
• Step 4 – We’ll check your references to hear about your past experience
• Step 5 – Get an offer letter, sign it, start your Moishe House journey!

Moishe House is a dynamic organization that recognizes and supports individuals from a broad range of experiences and backgrounds. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, pregnancy, childbirth, physical disability, mental and/or intellectual disability, age, military status or status as a Vietnam-era or special disabled veteran, marital status, registered domestic partner or civil union status, familial status, gender (including sex stereotyping and gender identity or expression), medical condition (including, but not limited to, cancer-related or HIV/AIDS-related), genetic information, or sexual orientation.