Communications and Marketing Specialist

The Rabbinical Assembly, the international membership organization of Conservative rabbis, is hiring a Communications and Marketing Specialist to work on a variety of projects in a fast-paced environment.

Responsibilities include:

  • Developing and executing comprehensive, integrated communications and marketing strategy including annual communications calendar, web content, and weekly communications to members and biannual printed newsletter
  • Generating and maintaining resources for website
  • Website management including donation tracking, online bookstore, event registrations and maintaining information architecture
  • Tracking, analyzing and advising on metrics and data regarding communications and website


  • Oversee the creation, design, and execution of a variety of marketing materials produced both in house and in collaboration with external designers. Marketing materials include emails, web content, social media content, convention program and signage, brochures, posters, postcards, etc.
  • Maintain consistent branding and messaging
  • Implement strategy for increasing publication sales


  • BA in Communications, Marketing, or related field
  • 2 years relevant professional experience preferred
  • Facility with HTML, and content management systems, especially Drupal
  • Proficiency in Adobe Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator) 
    Highly organized and detail oriented
  • Ability to manage and execute numerous projects simultaneously
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Flexible and willing to work as part of a team
  • Knowledge of Hebrew, passion for Jewish life and culture a plus

Salary commensurate with experience.
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About the Rabbinical Assembly:
The Rabbinical Assembly, first established in 1901 by graduates of the rabbinical school of the Jewish Theological Seminary, is the international association of Conservative/Masorti rabbis. Today its ranks include rabbis ordained at the seminaries of the Conservative/Masorti movement as well as rabbis of other accredited rabbinical schools who accept the tenets of Conservative Judaism. Its nearly 1,700 members serve as congregational rabbis, educators, military and hospital chaplains, professors of Judaica, and officers of communal service organizations throughout the world. While the majority of the men and women of the Assembly serve in the United States and Canada, more than ten percent of its rabbis serve in Israel and many of its rabbis serve in Latin America, in the countries of Europe, Australia and South Africa.

Additional information about the Rabbinical Assembly