Position Description

Hillel Manager
Location Maryville University
City St. Louis
State/Territory Missouri
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Hillel Manager

Maryville University

Role Overview

At Maryville University, we power dreams-not just degrees. Our vision is to be the innovative leader in higher education promoting a revolution in student learning that expands access and opportunities for all.

The Hillel Manager leads the work of providing a home for the expression and education about Jewish faith and culture for students, faculty, and staff as a part of campus-wide efforts to foster the growth of Maryville University into a community that reflects the diversity of our region, nation, and world.

What You’ll Do

  • Create and develop in partnership with students and staff, a home away from home for Jewish students. Craft opportunities for Jewish students to engage with one another, with faculty and staff, and with the larger Maryville and St. Louis Jewish communities.
  • Provide outreach to the greater Jewish community, including area Jewish high schoolers and youth group participants. Share information about the Macy and Block Scholarships available for Jewish students.
  • Provide education and a welcoming presence for non-Jewish students, faculty, and staff.
  • Engage in collaborative work with other DEI organizations, departments, and academic areas on campus to create dialogue and engagement around topics of interest to Jewish and diverse communities (Examples may include lectures, programs, and partnerships.)
  • Work in concert with Development to secure grant funds and funding from individual and family donors.
  • Engage with the broader St. Louis Jewish community to create beneficial partnerships, programming, and leadership opportunities for students.
  • Knowledge and experience of Jewish holidays, customs, and traditions as well as trends in Jewish programming and networking on college campuses. Familiarity with fundraising, grant writing, and stewardship. Strong knowledge of social and community networking.

What You’ve Accomplished

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Excellent writing and communication skills. The ability to bring students from diverse backgrounds together. Strong organizational skills and the ability to balance multiple priorities. Ability to work closely with funders and potential funders to foster relationships with the campus community.
  • Knowledge and experience of Jewish holidays, customs, and traditions as well as trends in Jewish programming and networking on college campuses. Familiarity with fundraising, grant writing, and stewardship. Strong knowledge of social and community networking.

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