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deputy Director

Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action is seeking a Deputy Director to help build a spiritually rooted Jewish climate movement.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic young organization that is mobilizing the American Jewish community to confront the climate crisis with spiritual audacity and bold political action. 

This role will facilitate and supervise Dayenu’s campaigns, organizing, and communications, leading the team towards meaningful impact, and serve as a primary partner to the Founder and Chief Executive Officer.

Location: Remote, with preference for New York City

Position type: Full time

To apply, go to:

Application Due: March 22 


  • Facilitating Dayenu’s campaigns, organizing, and communications, leading the team towards meaningful impact
  • Supervise the Director of Campaigns and Partnerships and help design and execute political and advocacy campaigns 
  • Supervise the Director of Organizing and help execute organizing and movement-building efforts
  • Supervise digital and communications staff, contractors, and vendors and help develop and execute communications strategies
  • Contribute to organizational development, including fundraising, overall organizational management and culture, hiring, finance, and administrative work
  • Serve as a primary adviser to the Chief Executive Officer on organization-wide strategy, challenges, opportunities, and decisions
  • Facilitate quarterly, yearly, and longer-term organization-wide strategy development, and planning processes
  • Represent the organization publicly with partners and the media, when needed and appropriate


  • Minimum 10 years of experience managing teams, coalitions, or organizations dedicated to social impact, and 5 years working in advocacy, political campaigns, movements, or organizing
  • Minimum 3-5 years working in climate and/or 3-5 years experience working in/with the Jewish community
  • Excellent interpersonal leadership skills, analytical, verbal, and written communication skills 
  • Strong problem-solving skills and a commitment to delivering strategic and high quality work with integrity and good judgment 
  • Quick, creative, entrepreneurial, and flexible, with the ability to adapt to changing circumstances and opportunities
  • Excited to work closely and collaboratively with a small, spirited team helping to grow a young organization 
  • Track record of effective collaboration across lines of race, class, ability and religion
  • Passionate about Dayenu’s mission and committed to growing a Jewish climate movement 
  • Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends; some domestic travel required 

Compensation: Salary is $135,000 – $150,000 commensurate with experience and qualifications. We encourage you to apply, even if you don’t have all of these qualifications.

This role requires full status to work in the United States and willingness to provide employment verification as required. We offer a competitive benefits package, including vacation and sick days, national and Jewish holidays off, family leave, healthcare, professional development, a generous office/home office subsidy, and more.  

Dayenu is an equal opportunity employer, and we are committed to racial equity and accessibility.  Sephardi and Mizrahi Jews, Black and Indigenous people, people of color, people with disabilities, and LGBTQIA people are strongly encouraged to apply.  Dayenu does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, sex, age, gender identity or expression, or other status protected by applicable law.

About Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action

Dayenu is building a movement of American Jews confronting the climate crisis with spiritual audacity and bold political action. We mobilize Jewish support for climate solutions, build our collective power, and raise up a spiritual, religious, and moral voice in the national and global movements confronting the climate crisis. We care deeply about equity and justice in our world and about the future we create for our children and future generations. We believe that together, drawing from our Jewish tradition, experience, and faith, we have the power to create real and lasting change.

We focus on three main areas of work: Bold action to advance comprehensive climate policy and ensure a just transition away from fossil fuels; spiritual adaptation that helps people confront the reality of the climate crisis and grapple with the deep spiritual and existential questions it raises; and movement-building.

Through a growing network of Dayenu Circles across the country and partnerships with Jewish communal institutions and multifaith and secular organizations, we’re gathering, training, and taking collective action to advance systemic solutions to the climate crisis, at the scale that science and justice demand.