Location and Job Title:
Chief Program Officer Roots & Culture
Jewish Community Center of San Francisco
3200 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94118
Roots and Culture is the intellectual and inspirational center of the JCCSF. Leading a collaborative team of educators, clergy, and programmers, the CPO works to create arts, culture, education, and Jewish life programs that support individual and collective wellbeing through original, relevant experiences rooted in Jewish wisdom and values.
The CPO, Roots & Culture, provides intellectual leadership for the JCCSF and holds a critical role in the executive management of the organization. The CPO works closely with the CEO and Executive Team to guide strategic initiatives related to the advancement of Roots & Culture programming at the JCCSF, as well as to provide leadership in Jewish thought and culture.
- Develop vision, success metrics, and program design for Roots & Culture programming, supporting and providing guidance to the program directors as they create and envision current and future programming.
- Ensure accountability for R&C mission and business objectives during yearly planning and ongoing supervision.
- Provide leadership that inspires quality, high level programming in all areas.
- Mentor and motivate staff to create a collaborative group culture focused on learning and exploration.
- Cultivate community relationships with patrons, participants, and key stakeholders.
- Partner with marketing to deliver compelling content for promoting programs and driving engagement.
- Partner with development to identify and cultivate donor interest and engagement with Roots & Culture programming
- Partner with Board of Directors through regular presentations at board and committee meetings, including staffing board committees as needed.
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Danielle Patton-Hunter at firstname.lastname@example.org
- A senior leader with extensive experience in public events, cultural programming, and Jewish education.
- Experience in non-profit organizational leadership, including effective engagement with Board of Directors, community leaders, and other stakeholders.
- Ability to lead and inspire a team of creative professionals.
- Commitment to working in an environment that embraces the value of Jewish culture and tradition for everyone in San Franciscos multicultural ethos.
- Knowledge of non-profit business models, financial practices, and organizational practices.
- Knowledgeable about contemporary trends in Jewish thought and education.
- Demonstrated ability to teach in both formal and informal educational settings.
- Advanced degree in Jewish studies or rabbinic training preferred but not required.
- Detail-oriented with the ability to juggle and prioritize multiple tasks.
- Experience developing qualitative and quantitative measures to track impact.
WORKING CONDITIONS: Working conditions are typical of an office environment. A hybrid work schedule of up to 50% remote work is available, subject to program requirements and team schedules.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Position requires seated or standing use of a computer throughout the day.
STATUS: Benefited, exempt supervisory position.
HOURS/SCHEDULE: Full-time, Regular business hours Monday Friday, with evening/weekend hours as needed based on programming and events.
HEALTH & SAFETY: In order to keep staff and participants as safe and healthy as possible, all staff working on-site will be required to be vaccinated (COVID-19) prior to beginning work.
$165,000 - $180,000
Urban and inclusive, the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco celebrates our vibrant city and its people. We explore Jewish culture and traditions as a pathway for joyful, meaningful living. Were a community that welcomes everyone, using the power of gathering together to share, inspire, support and restore. All are welcome.