Writing fundraising copy, including research and interviews with project directors to obtain information. Writing and coordinating publication of brochures, print newsletters, email blasts, and social media posts.
Specific duties entail:
- Projects – obtaining information on projects and following up on communities and project directors (mostly in Hebrew), writing project proposals in English, ongoing follow-up on project progress, and creative ideas as to how to present projects to donors.
- Writing and coordinating ongoing project reports to donors, including tracking project performance, creating written report content, and coordinating visual and video content.
- Writing and coordinating print newsletters and brochures.
- Superb written and verbal skills in English (mother tongue level)
- Education (high school or university) in an English-speaking country.
- Proficient in spoken and written Hebrew
- Self-starter, well organized, and able to plan work schedule and meet deadlines.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office (particularly Word, Excel, and Publisher)
- Minimum 30 hours a week. Can be full-time. Flexible hours are a possibility. After an initial training period, a hybrid schedule is a possibility.
- Creativity, passion for the cause, and a drive to succeed.
Preference will be given to candidates with the following added skills:
- Experience in marketing or fund-raising writing
- BA, preferably in humanities or social sciences
- Understanding of Christian theology and culture
- Culturally sensitive to people of a variety of cultural and national backgrounds
- Extensive knowledge of the history of modern Israel
- Extensive familiarity with the issues facing the settlement movement and the nature of these areas and communities.
- Extensive knowledge of Tanach
- Proficiency in social media
Job Location: Karnei Shomron
Job Commencement: Immediate