The Jaffa Institute Published: January 13, 2021
Job Type
Level of education
Spoken Language needed
Hebrew, English
Level of Hebrew
Location of job
Tel Aviv/ Ramat Gan
How many relevant years experience do you require for the role:
1 year



The Jaffa Institute – a growing nonprofit organization that currently operates 40 programs serving impoverished individuals – is seeking a full-time Grants and Development Manager.

Established in 1982, the Institute for the Advancement of Education in Jaffa (“the Jaffa Institute”) is a private nonprofit organization that assists severely impoverished residents of Greater Tel Aviv-Jaffa and Bet Shemesh in Israel. Our mission is to provide these disadvantaged individuals with the educational, nutritional, therapeutic, and social support they need to escape the cycle of intergenerational poverty. Each year, our programs serve more than 4,000 diverse community members, ranging from infants to elderly individuals.


• Lead a close-knit team of three grant-writers plus intern(s) as needed
• Write and edit English content, including grants, social media, newsletters, and PR
• Manage grant-related deadlines – letters of interest, proposals, reports, etc.
• Research and contact new potential donors
• Assist with occasional volunteer visits as needed (during non-corona times)
• Collaborate with program, accounting, and fundraising staff in Israel and abroad


• Commitment to the organization’s mission
• Professional English writing skills (ability to communicate in Hebrew is a plus)
• Organized and capable of managing multiple deadlines
• Strong interpersonal communications skills
• Tech-savvy
• At least one year of relevant experience in grants/development

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter by January 18th. The anticipated start date is in late January/early February.
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