The Katz JCC is looking for a hands-on, enthusiastic Coordinator of Arts, Culture and Jewish Life to join our JCC family and community in South Jersey. The Coordinator will work with the Associate Executive Director to set the vision and operational plan for the Katz JCC Cultural Arts programs. Decisions will be made that blend and balance mission fulfillment, community demand for entertainment/learning opportunities and financial sustainability. The role's day-to-day responsibilities are to manage regular, ongoing department needs, which includes oversight of year-round book festival events, Jewish Film Festival, and ad-hoc Jewish, cultural, and arts programming.
The JCC is a non-profit social services agency founded upon Jewish ethics and values. Committed to meeting the ever-changing needs of the entire community, the JCC strengthens Jewish identity and enriches quality of life through diversified social, educational, recreational, and cultural programs. The JCC provides the total community with a forum for open dialogue and offers inclusive wellness, education, and community services for members and guests of all backgrounds.
To apply, please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Must be available for evening and weekend events as needed.
$45,000 - $55,000
The Katz JCC houses a double gymnasium, 2 indoor pools, 2 outdoor pools, 2 elevators, 4 group wellness rooms, a state-of-the art fitness center with cardio and strength training equipment, 2 full size gymnasiums, a 16-room early childhood center with an Imaginarium climbing play structure, teen and adult lounges, a kosher kitchen, a physical therapy facility, an art gallery, a library, a 5,000 square foot social hall & an XRKADE interactive exercise-gaming studio.
The Katz JCC operates the largest Jewish Day Camp in North America, with an annual, average enrollment of 1,600 campers. The JCC Camps is located in Medford, NJ and has exceptional facilities.
The JCC ACHaD special needs department provides social and recreational activities ranging from a basketball league to Jewish holiday celebration for both children & adults with physical and mental disabilities.
The JCC Membership serves 14,000 members that range from infants, to children and teens, to active adults to the frail elderly.
Our nationally accredited Sari Isdaner Early Childhood Department serves over 300 children in full and half day programs from infants and toddlers to kindergarten students.
Just 4 Kids After School Program serves over 100 elementary and middle-school aged children from over 20 local schools.
JCC Festival of Arts, Books & Culture brings authors, entertainers and speakers to the community. Annual attendance is approximately 10,000 people.