Job Opportunities

Make your mark on Israeli and Palestinian societies by joining the close-knit team at Tech2Peace.

Available Positions:

  • Chief Programming Officer

  • Development Manager

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Chief Programming Officer

 

Role Overview

Make your mark on Israeli and Palestinian societies by joining the close-knit team at Tech2Peace as the Chief Program Officer. Tech2Peace is uniquely situated on the intersection between entrepreneurship and community building, providing the tools for successful social change.

As Chief Program Officer, you will build the operational programming plan, based on the organization’s annual strategy, foster one-on-one relationships with participants and alumni, coordinate community events, and help inspire participants and alumni to make a commitment to lasting social and professional collaborations. Along with the Tech2Peace team, you will expand our participation numbers, alumni involvement and professional development offerings, through creative programming and meaningful relationships. You’ll wake up each day (or at least most) and be genuinely excited to create an inviting environment that inspires participants and alumni to explore, experience, and create vibrant connections. This is so much more than your average 9-to-5.

What You’ll Do

  • Develop an annual programming plan, based on the organization’s annual strategy, to ensure goal achievements and KPI’s.

  • Manage and execute all content aspects of the organization from soup to nuts, including but not limited to program development, event management and execution as well as programming on the ground.

  • Meet with participants and alumni one-on-one from different cohorts and demographics to engage and identify their interests, as well as connect to leadership opportunities, and help create and facilitate complimentary programming.

  • Represent the organization and its values with its participants and alumni, to create and foster a vibrant community, which will create a modeling structure in their respective communities.

  • Facilitate connections among participants and alumni with similar interests in order to build communities based on personal relationships.

  • Promote, recruit, and sta Tech2Peace seminars and programs

  • In charge of the Alumni Program, developing an efficient platform for communicating with and managing the community and managing local

    communities and professional sub-communities.

  • Foster alumni leadership and encourage and guide them through the program planning process and execution, as well as develop programming geared towards their interests and growth.

  • Develop and manage the organizational programming budget, in

    collaboration with the COO and CEO.

  • Manage purchasing and inventory of program supplies and merchandise

  • Organize and implement Tech2Peace programs and holiday celebrations

  • Maintain records of events and attendance for measurement and ongoing evaluation.

  • Lead on program evaluation and metrics.

  • Take part in the Tech2Peace staff meetings and other organizational support to meet the organization’s annual goals.

  • This position Reports to Tech2Peace CEO and manages the Tech2Peace Alumni Forum and Local Community Managers - a team of ~10 alumni volunteers who carry dierent roles in the organization.

  • Works closely with Tech2Peace strategic partners’ representatives.

  • Works with external service providers for coordination of logistics and

    content for events.

 

What You’ll Bring to the Job

  • Bachelor’s degree (required)

  • 7-10 years professional work experience (preferred)

  • Strong entrepreneurial spirit. Things may not always go according to plan

    and you must be willing to take risks and learn your wins as well as your losses.

  • Experience working in a multinational environment, specifically with Palestinians and Israelis.

  • Proven experience managing budgets and program experience as well as management of events and productions soup to nuts.

  • Proven experience in a technology-related or entrepreneurship program.

  • Confidence initiating and running programs, and comfort asking questions.

  • Ability to collaborate across teams both inside and outside of Tech2Peace.

  • Belief that our work isn’t done until every person is connected to the

    Tech2Peace vision and that the community is thriving.

  • Creative problem-solving.

  • Excitement to continue developing your own relationship to the mission and vision.

  • Fluency in English (Hebrew/Arabic preferred)

 

Location:

  • Flexible. Can work mostly from home; some travel is required in Israel (mostly Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv) and Area C in the West Bank.

 

Scope:

  • The position is a full-time job with changing workloads throughout the year. Standard work hours, with the need to participate occasionally in evening meetings, events, or phone calls in irregular hours given the nature of the program. During alumni activities, full availability is required, including 24/7 presence in the activities locations (3 two week seminars and usually long weekend or one-day activities).

     

Start Date:

  • Immediate

Submit a resume and any questions to office@tech2peace.com

Development Manager

Role Overview

Make your mark on Israeli and Palestinian societies by joining the close-knit team at Tech2Peace as the organization’s Development & Media Manager.

 

Reporting to the CEO (until such time as a Director of Development is hired), the Development & Media Manager serves as a key team member helping shape the organization and ensuring its funding and growth opportunities. The Development Manager will support and help execute the day-to-day needs for T2P’s fundraising portfolio, including events, campaigns, tours and consistent donor stewardship. The Development Manager will implement M&E processes as well as maintain compliance and reporting with donors, including USAID.

The Development Manager should be detail-oriented, a great communicator, highly organized, tech savvy; and have the willingness to take initiative and the astuteness to anticipate organizational needs. We are looking for someone who is looking to develop their knowledge of the ins and outs of nonprofit development from the ground up, and is prepared to lead on data entry and manage our CRM system. 

What You’ll Do 

Lead on fundraising systems, tracking and reporting (and contribute to the fundraising strategy, communication, and management):

 

  • Ensure appropriate tracking of all donations, donor follow up and follow through

  • Manage CRM, including training interns on functionality and best practices and ensuring accuracy

  • Work closely with program team members to brainstorm new and creative fundraising campaigns and ensure effective implementation 

  • Actively search for new funding opportunities and additional connections that can benefit T2P network

  • Utilize  monitoring and evaluation tools for all of the organization’s programming and activities, and oversee their execution. 

  • Create and maintain  materials to be used for communicating with potential donors and relevant organizations to describe T2P vision, activities, and impact potential.

  • Work with finance team to regularly reconcile donor and income tracking with our accounting system

  • Facilitate engagement and outreach with donors on behalf of the executive leadership

  • Create monthly and annual development reports 

  • Play an integral role within the development team and all fundraising activities 

  • Manage the monitoring and evaluation process, including but not limited to extracting conclusions and advising the executive team based on it, as well as informing all grants and donors

  • Participate in annual fundraising strategy development 

  • Help plan and staff fundraising events like salons, policy briefings, national fundraising tours ++

  • Ensure all fundraising materials are up to date and organized according to their efficient functionality

  • Oversee creation  and distribution of annual report

  • Ensure compliance with donor expectations, including USAID

 

What You’ll Bring to the Job

  • Bachelor’s degree (required) 

  • 2-5 years professional work experience (preferred) 

  • Strong entrepreneurial spirit. Things may not always go according to plan and you must be willing to take risks and learn your wins as well as your losses

  • Experience working in a multinational environment, specifically with Palestinians and Israelis

  • Strong writing ability, attention to detail, online and social media skills and an ability to convey passion for the mission and vision of Tech2Peace

  • A proactive approach and flexibility to be able to identify needs, and take changing responsibilities in a dynamic work environment

  • Proven experience in a technology-related or entrepreneurship program

  • Ability to collaborate across teams both inside and outside of Tech2Peace

  • Belief that our work isn’t done until every person is connected to the Tech2Peace vision and that the community is thriving

  • Creative problem-solving

  • Excitement to continue developing your own relationship to the mission and vision

  • Self motivation and time management skills

  • Fluency in English must (Hebrew/Arabic preferred)

Location:

Flexible. Can work mostly from home; some travel is required in Israel (mostly Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv) and Area C in the West Bank.  

 

Scope: 

The position is a full time job, with varying workloads throughout the year. Regular office hours, with the need to participate occasionally in evening meetings, events, or phone calls in irregular hours given the nature of the program. Some presence in Tech2Peace activities is required.

 

Start Date: 

Immediate.

Contact

Submit a resume and any questions to office@tech2peace.com