Alumni Job Board
The Heschel School is now compiling available job opportunities from our community as a resource for Heschel alumni.
Please post available positions using the link below. Listings will be posted on a regular basis on this page. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
* If a position has been filled that you have posted, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can remove the post.
- Development Director - York Theatre Company
- Tech Sales/Marketing - Architectronics
- Office Coordinator - Council Advisors
- Occupational Therapist - The Shefa School
The York is a leading award-winning Off-Broadway, not-for-profit theatre devoted exclusively to presenting musicals by developing new work and rediscovering gems from the past.
Seeking self directed and passionate individual to manage all fundraising and developmental activities. Must be experienced and passionate Arts leader. Works closely with the Executive Director and Producing Artistic Director in instituting long term planning, revenue-generating programs, legacy gifts, spear heading its annual individual giving drive, increasing the size of its donor base, and building relationships with potential corporate sponsors.You will also work with the Director of Marketing in the implementation of the organizational marketing campaign and for individual special projects.
Individuals/Major Gifts: Spear head campaigns from individual donors for annual gifts, major gifts, and planned giving.
Fundraising Events: Spear heads the fall and spring benefits, opening night events, as well as special VIP/member events and cultivation events throughout the season.
Donor Acknowledgement Letters: Organize and mail all donor acknowledgment letters. Maintain the letter templates to keep them current. Maintain records and a filing system for the gifts and letters.
Campaign Promotional Materials: Work with the Director of Marketing to put together campaign and special event promotional materials (email blasts, post cards, invitations, etc.) Monthly Newsletter: Prepare the Monthly Newsletter for the Board and major donors.
• B.A. and a minimum of two years of experience with increasing responsibility in development, preferably in a theater or other cultural organization
• Enthusiasm for and knowledge of musical theatre
• Excellent verbal, analytical and research skills. Ability to craft clear and compelling written proposals is essential
• A proven ability to develop and manage creative fundraising strategies for the public and private sectors (individuals, foundations, government, and corporations.)
• Outstanding written and oral communication skills
• Experience working closely with donors and volunteers
• Proficiency with database management and ability to organize and analyze data towards implementation of strategic objectives.
• Proven organizational skills including the ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously, meet deadlines, and produce high quality results
• Demonstrated understanding of the best practices in fundraising and current philanthropic trends The Development Director is a full-time position.
• Salary range is $65,000-$75,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience. This position is eligible for the company benefits package, including paid time off, medical,and dental plan.
The York Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender or gender identity, disability, or national origin. Our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the community we serve.
Contact: Aaron Simms, Managing Director, York Theatre Company: email@example.com
Summer or longer term opportunity for unique technology products in sales/marketing.
Architectronics is a local NYC tech innovation company with two main product lines:
GlassMouse is an interactive display system for store windows www.glassmouse.com
Funkey is a STEM product for K-12 www.funkey.org
We are looking for a self-starter to help with sales and marketing.
New York, NY
Council Advisors is seeking an exceptional Office Coordinator to support our corporate headquarters in New York. The ideal candidate is a hard-working, positive individual who takes great pride in their work. This person will be the face of the office, greeting visitors, acting as a culture carrier, and ensuring the office runs smoothly. With great performance, there is opportunity for the role to grow over time.
Sit at desk in entryway to greet outside visitors
Sort mail and packages, which includes passing out items to designated recipients, shipping items at the request of employees, and scanning letters to the correct recipients
Order food for internal meetings
Field all incoming calls and voicemails to the main number
Field various questions and requests from employees and visitors
First point of contact for anyone planning a meeting in the office
Manage getting ID badges for new hires and visitors
Manage cleaning service; liaise with building staff
Manage office & kitchen supplies
Keep stock of kitchen, order replacements and restock weekly.
Keep stock of supply room supplies and order when needed
Maintain extra toiletry supplies for bathrooms
Maintain cleanliness in kitchen, including cleaning refrigerator, running dishwasher and putting away dishes, putting out sodas, snacks, and condiments
Call appliance vendors for service when needed and assist vendors with their COI upload to ensure that it is valid and compliant with the building’s guidelines
Associates or bachelor’s degree; ideally with 1 to 2 years of professional work experience, although we will consider entry-level
Strong interpersonal skills a must; this position requires welcoming visitors to the office and daily interaction with employees in the NY office
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
Ability to demonstrate persistence to achieve quality
Excellent communication – both verbal and written
Self-directed initiative – ability to work independently with strong follow-through
Discretion with Confidential information and data
This role is a full time in-office position
This is a great opportunity for someone starting their career or re-entering the workforce, who is eager to learn and take on more over time.
About Council Advisors:
Council Advisors is a unique business partnership that combines the world’s best C-level learning communities with a handful of premier professional services firms. We help the most distinguished companies and executives drive performance, learning, strategy, and reputation. We help enterprise leaders define and mobilize their agendas.
The Shefa School
We seek a full-time or part-time Occupational Therapist to provide integrated support to students with language-based learning disabilities through push-in and pull-out models. The Occupational Therapist will also provide support and consultation to teachers. The ideal candidate for the position will have experience working in both clinical and school settings and will be able to identify and address the needs of individual students while helping them to generalize their skills to work as part of a group. Certification and prior employment working with students with learning disabilities and in groups is required. Candidates should demonstrate flexibility and comfort with risk-taking and ambiguity. We seek individuals who thrive in collaborative environments, who are reflective and committed to growth, and who have strong communication skills.
We believe in investing in our employees’ development and aim to provide a supportive work environment characterized by thoughtful and generous feedback and opportunities for growth and advancement.
The Shefa School is committed to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion and ensuring a warm, welcoming, and nurturing environment for all. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We especially encourage candidates from historically underrepresented communities to apply.