Jewish Job: JFS St. Paul Seeking Community Programs Coordinator

Job Title:

Community Programs Coordinator

Organization Name:

Jewish Family Service of St. Paul

Job Type:


Salary Range:

$19-$21/hour, 15-20 hours/week



Job Summary/Description:

The successful candidate for this part time position will work with JFS Staff, volunteers, and community partners to ensure meaningful community programming, volunteer engagement and cross-agency collaboration. Must be a self-starter with experience in program development, adult learning, and community engagement.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work with JFS Community Engagement Manager, JFS Staff, and community partners to develop and implement programming for community members
  • Develop written communication to promote programming
  • Work with Community Engagement Manager to create a system for evaluation and collecting feedback of 
  • Community engagement programs
  • Represent JFS in community collaborations
  • Maintain relationships and be an integral partner in collaborative programming and implementation
  • Maintain Program Communication in conjunction with the Community Engagement Manager and the Marketing Department, develop written and electronic communication to promote Community Engagement/FLE/Volunteer 
  • Services initiative
  • Recruit, train and support volunteers for volunteer projects at JFS
  • Document volunteer time in database
  • Plan and execute volunteer recognition

Experience and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • 2 years’ experience
  • Knowledge of Twin Cities Jewish Community
  • Adept at Microsoft word and excel, database entry and management

Additional Information

JFS strives to employ people who believe in its mission, vision and values and who find great reward and pride in delivering human services to people from all walks of life. Our supportive agency culture includes significant autonomy in everyone’s work, reflected in the flexibility provided in scheduling where and when employees work. We value healthy professional and personal life balance.

We encourage collaboration and engagement with one another. By working together, we boost organizational capacity, deliver better programs and outcomes, find common ground, and plant the seeds of rewarding friendships. We also offer opportunities to serve on several employee-driven committees including our diversity, equity and inclusion committee, lunch and learn committee, and activity committee. We also encourage and provide the freedom to grow personally and professionally.

Full-time employees enjoy competitive benefits including:

  • 403b retirement plan (fully vest on first day of employment)
  • 403b matching
  • Employee assistance program
  • Flexible schedule
  • Flexible spending account
  • Health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Generous paid time off for family emergencies, illness and vacation
  • Parental leave
  • Professional development assistance including license renewal fees and CEU/training reimbursement

How To Apply:

Send cover letter and resume to Jodi Saltzman via email to [email protected]