About the Israeli-American Council:
The mission of the Israeli-American Council (IAC) is to build an active and giving Israeli-American Community throughout the United States to strengthen the State of Israel, our next generation, and to provide a bridge to the Jewish American community.
About IAC Mishelanu Program:
IAC Mishelanu works to engage, empower and inspire a nationwide pro-Israeli leadership network on campus. The program provides a home for Israeli-American students to become a living bridge between Israel and the campus community. Mishelanu gives students the opportunity to become active leaders as they explore and strengthen their Israeli and Jewish identities building dynamic campus communities centered around “Israeliness”.
The IAC Mishelanu Program Manager is responsible to manage the various IAC Mishelanu activities and events in the Southeast region. Additionally, they will develop new partners relationships and promote the program. IAC Mishelanu Program Manager will report directly to the IAC Mishelanu Director.
- Duties include and are not limited to:Leading & Facilitating the IAC Mishelanu fellow leadership program.
- Mentoring the development and facilitation of educational materials for regional campuses in cooperation with the Israel Fellows and Mishelanu Fellows.
- Leading Monthly and yearly activities for the entire region, in collaboration with Hillel and/or other student’s organizations
- Building long term projects on campus and between campuses with the students.
- Manage budget for campus projects and activities.
- Manage the logistics for regional summits (hotels, meals, etc.).
- Responsible for on-going recruitment to the program and any related conference. (including yearly events such as IAC Mishelanu Conference, AIPAC and so on).
- Collaborate (and reach out) to other local organizations (Hillel, Federations, JCC, etc.) and represent Mishelanu in community events.
- Coordinate the marketing & social media for the program including, but not limited to, creating email blasts using Mail Chimp, social media content, management of Facebook pages for the groups, and collection and distribution pictures for activities.
- Manage local database in CRM.
- Graduate degree Bachelor’s Degree and understanding of college life on US campuses.
- At least 1-2 years of related job experience.
- Background and experience in informal education, including development of educational materials and facilitation of activities.
- Experience in managing volunteers and employees.
- Strong organizational, planning and time management skills.
- Conceptual thinker, ability to see the big picture and to create and execute a vision in the region area.
- Action oriented and ability to handle multiple tasks and deadlines.
- Strong connection to both Israeli and American identities.
- Strong social skills and experience in community building.
- Advanced proficiency in computers and ability to grasp new technologies.
- Experience in group facilitation and informal education.
- Strong connection to the state of Israel and knowledge about its people, culture, conflicts, history etc.
- Ability to commute to the variety of campuses across his/her region.
- Flexibility to work on evening and weekends when needed for a regional activity and seminars.
- Fluent verbally and written skills in English and Hebrew
- Self-driven, result-oriented individual