Rutgers Hillel NextSteps

NextSteps is a new initiative we are launching for Rutgers Hillel Alumni to post listings and find jobs. 
At Rutgers Hillel, we’re not only here to help you with your Jewish Journey on campus – we want to help you on your journey through life. 
An important part of that journey is finding the right job, and NextSteps is here to connect job seekers with the right opportunities. 
If you are Searching we will be sharing job listings on a regular basis. 
If you are Recruiting, send us your job listings and we will share them with the Rutgers Hillel Alumni network. 
Below you will find a list of current job openings, and information on how to how you can share your opportunities. 
Thanks for taking your NextSteps with Rutgers Hillel!

Current Job Opportunities

Full Listings

Kroll Commercial Realty has been Central Jersey’s leading boutique commercial real estate firm for over a quarter of a century. KCR offers a full spectrum of real estate resources for owners, tenants, investors and developers. By pledging our commitment to our client’s needs, Kroll Commercial Realty’s goal is proven by our results. We strive to live by the philosophy of our firm’s founder, Adrian Kroll. “Our Efforts Maximize Your Results.” “Do it right! Do it now!

If you have the same passion, commitment and drive that Kroll Commercial Realty’s founding principles are based on, then consider joining our firm. Hands-on training and personal mentorship is provided by our seasoned broker of record. You will experience the difference firsthand of being an entrepreneur not just an employee. Due to the fact that Kroll Commercial Realty is a boutique concierge firm the right candidate will be given unique opportunities for business growth because of our non-conforming environment.

Responsibilities: (2 positions available)

Position #1 – You will be canvassing New Jersey to locate available investment, retail, restaurant, and medical spaces which will include extensive cold calling, phone work and research, and maintain our database. Compensation: Commission only.

Position #2 – You will be canvassing New Jersey to locate available investment, retail, restaurant, and medical spaces which will include extensive cold calling, phone work and research, and maintain our database. In addition, you will work directly with broker by assisting with property management, analysis of investment properties, manage relationships with clients, attorneys, government officials, gate keepers’, contractors, and bankers. Assist broker of record with his own listings. This is a unique and rare opportunity to learn while you earn. Compensation: Base plus commission.


  •  You must be self-motivated, sales-driven and thrive in a dynamic commission-based entrepreneurial business.
  •  Must possess a professional decorum with excellent communication and follow-up skills.
  •  Strong organizational abilities and computer skills essential.
  •  Previous sales experience preferred but not required.
  •  A car is required to complete the responsibilities of this role.
  •  College degree preferred.
  •  Kroll Commercial Realty, LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

To learn more about KCR please visit our website at

For immediate consideration please email your resume to


Krauthammer Fellowship

The Paul E. Singer Fondation launched the inaugural Krauthammer Fellowship ( for aspiring writers, editors, and journalists interested in Jews, Judaism, modern Israel, and American democracy. The Fellowship will be based in New York City and will begin in the summer of 2019. For more information, contact Daniel Bonner


Repair the World Fellowship

Applications are Open for the 2019-20 Repair the World Fellowship!
The Fellowship is a unique 11 month opportunity for individuals ages 21 to 26 who are passionate about social justice, community engagement, and meaningful service to recruit and engage the Jewish community to address issues of hunger and education access through volunteering. Fellows will recruit, train, and serve alongside volunteers to bring about real community change. Repair the World will provide training, a living stipend, communal housing, and other perks. Fellowship placement cities include Atlanta, Detroit, Miami, New York City (Brooklyn & Harlem), Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh.
Any questions?


The Urban Adamah Fellowship is a three-month residential leadership program for adults ages 21-31 that integrates organic farming, mindfulness practice, social justice training and progressive Jewish learning and living. Fellows work and live on Urban Adamah’s two-acre organic farm in Berkeley, CA. 

The program equips fellows with the tools to become agents of positive change in their own lives and in their communities.

Now in its eighth year, the Fellowship has graduated over 250 young adults who have gone on to work in the fields of environmental education and policy, sustainable agriculture, community organizing, Jewish education, political advocacy, social entrepreneurship, and more.


Summer: June 11 – August 22

Fall: September 9 – November 21

Check out this short video to learn more and visit to request an application. 

Temple Beth Ahm Youth Advisor

Temple Beth Ahm, a conservative synagogue in Aberdeen, NJ, has a great opportunity for a dynamic Youth Advisor to plan, publicize, and supervise programming for Kadima (youth group for 6th-8th graders). Candidates must have experience supervising youth and planning youth programming. Education experience or former participation in USY is a plus. Must be able to work Sundays, some weeknights, and occasional Saturday evenings and within the framework of Conservative Judaism. College grad preferred. Send resume with cover letter to TBAYOUTHCOMMISSION@TEMPLEBETHAHM.ORG 

Amir Farmer and Amir Farm Manager

Amir Farmers are a diverse group of passionate leaders who work to cultivate today’s youth to change
tomorrow. Serving as garden-educators during the summer, they are at the center of the Amir program,
building productive gardens and farms with campers, and using the garden space to teach about issues of
environmental and social justice.

Amir is seeking applicants that will be directly responsible for implementing its program at one of the
organization’s partner camps. Amir Farmers will be trained and build bonds with staff working at these
camps across the US and Canada at the annual training seminar in late May. At this training, Farmers will
learn all aspects of building a community garden, as well as how to use Amir’s Garden Manual &
Curriculum to run programming for campers of all ages. Throughout the summer, Amir Farmers will be
full staff members at their camp in addition to their garden responsibilities.

Farm Managers are responsible for leading a team of 2 – 3 Farmers, creating program schedules and work
assignments, reporting progress to central Amir staff, and ensuring all local camp protocol is being
followed through the care of the Farm. Most importantly, Farm Managers work with camp leadership to
create and execute upon a vision for the Farm and its relationship to the camp community. Farm
Managers draw from significant agricultural and educational experience.The ability to communicate,
work well with, and manage a team is essential.

You may find the link for the application here

itrek Development Officer

Development Officer
The Development Officer will focus on cultivating relationships with our community of past trip leaders (“itrek Leaders”) and their networks. itrek Leaders are graduate students at top MBA, law, policy and STEM programs worldwide who lead trips to Israel for their peers. In the past seven years, over 650 itrek Leaders have organized and led trips to Israel.
A key member of the Development Team, the Development Officer will report to the Director of Development and will implement a fundraising strategy within the community of itrek Leaders, developing relationships and coordinating events. In addition, they will assist the Development Team in the cultivation, stewardship and solicitation of current and prospective donors. This is an ideal opportunity for someone looking to learn and advance in non-profit fundraising with significant growth potential over time. 

The Development Officer will…
• Build and strengthen relationships with itrek Leaders and their networks, focusing on fundraising cultivation, solicitation and stewardship
• Contribute and collaborate with the Development Team in prospecting and soliciting both current and prospective donors
• Support crowdfunding campaigns, directly working with itrek Leaders to ensure their success
• Write fundraising proposals, support funder reporting and other fundraising operations tasks needed to help a fundraising team work efficiently

The ideal candidate has several key skills: 1 – They are a talented and avid relationship builder; they enjoy meeting new people and finding common ground with them; 2 – They are great at execution and project management; 3 – They are a skilled written communicator and can craft well-written emails, reports, and proposals in relatively short timeframes; and 4 – They enjoy public speaking and can explain their point of view in a clear and compelling way.

In addition, the following are important:
• Strong connection to Israel, including time spent in Israel 
• Passion for itrek’s mission 
• Self-starter who can work independently and collaborate with professional colleagues and volunteer leadership
• Flexible, creative and strategic thinker and hard worker
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel & PowerPoint) and an understanding of fundraising software and databases
• Fundraising experience preferred but not required
• Ability to travel and work weekends and evenings, as needed

• Dynamic and fast growing non-profit start-up
• Compensation commensurate with experience
• Generous vacation time package including Jewish and American holidays
• Paid sick leave and parental leave
• High quality Medical, Vision and Dental Plans available 
• 5% company match on retirement savings in company 401k
• Relocation assistance is not available for this position
• Visa sponsorship is not available for this position

To Apply
Please email your resume and a cover letter which includes answers to the 2 questions below:
1 – What aspects of your personality, skills and prior experience would help you enjoy this role and perform well?

2 – What’s your Israel story? 
Please email materials to with “Development Officer – Your Name” in the subject line.
Due to the high volume of applications received, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 
Thank you for applying!

Beth El Synagogue USY and Kadima Advisors – Part Time


USY advisor needed at Beth El Synagogue in East Windsor for the 2019-20 school year.  We are looking for a creative and organized group leader. Sensitivity and understanding of teenagers and the ability to promote peer leadership are essential.  A car is necessary. We have a strong chapter with supportive clergy. For further information and to apply, please contact Helaine Chairnoff at 609-936-1096 or     


Kadima advisor needed at Beth El Synagogue in East Windsor for the 2019-20 school year.  We are looking for a dynamic, resourceful and organized leader. A car is a must. We have supportive clergy and are looking to increase involvement in our youth program for our 6th to 8th graders.  For further information and to apply, please contact Helaine Chairnoff at 609-936-1096 or