Full Time

Associate Director, Participation Campaign

Combined Jewish Philanthropies 126 High Street, Boston MA

Passion. Purpose. Impact.  We are one of Boston's oldest and most respected philanthropic organizations and we are currently seeking an Associate Director, Participation Campaign.

The Associate Director, Participation Campaign will develop the strategy for CJP’s broad-based fundraising program, our Participation Campaign (PARCAM), with a goal to ensure donor retention and increase new donor acquisition. In this role, you’ll manage a robust solicitation and stewardship program that includes: direct mail, telemarketing, digital, and print efforts, as well as all fundraising efforts for the New England Holocaust Memorial.  

 The ideal candidate will be well versed in converting and retaining donors using a variety of direct-to-consumer practices and applying industry best practices in direct marketing and CJP’s messaging platform, the Associate Director ensures the engagement and giving of thousands of donors annually.



• BA/BS degree in marketing, communications or equivalent.

CJP offers that rare opportunity to tap your skills, talents, and experience to benefit a greater good while you grow professionally. You will work in a dynamic environment, with a diverse group of individuals who share your commitment and enthusiasm. Together, you will make a difference for Jews and non-Jews in Greater Boston and worldwide. We offer competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits and a collegial, family-friendly work and team environment.


For more information about CJP, go to www.cjp.org.


Please use this link to apply:https://secure6.saashr.com/ta/6178095.careers?ShowJob=419863563


CJP conducts background checks as part of the hiring process.


CJP is an equal opportunity employer.People with disabilities, women, veterans, black, indigenous and people of color, and LGBTQ people are encouraged to apply.  Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities.