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Finance Director
Jewish Community Center of the Lehigh Valley
702 N. 22nd St.
Allentown, PA 18104

Principal Responsibilities:

The Finance Director serves as the financial officer of the Jewish Community Center of the Lehigh Valley (JCC). The position is responsible for overseeing and directing all financial and administrative activities of the JCC, including accounting, budgeting, financial planning and reporting, internal audit, facility management, human resources and information systems. The Finance Director is supervised by and works closely with Executive Director and other members of the executive staff and board of directors to assure that the JCC is fiscally responsible, in compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements, and furthers its overall mission and objectives.

Primary Responsibilities


Fiscal planning

Leadership & Supervision

The Finance Director may additionally be given other responsibilities and areas of supervision depending on their background and interests.

Minimum Qualifications:


$85,000 - $95,000

Agency Information:

The Jewish Community Center (JCC) of the Lehigh Valley is a non-profit community center, whose mission is to build community through educational and recreational programs inspired by Jewish values. We offer a wide array of programs for children and adults of all ages, and we are open to all members of our local community regardless of background. Our goal is to create vibrancy, richness and meaning in the lives of our members and the greater Lehigh Valley community.

The JCC is a growing agency with strong roots in a town that is thriving with Jewish life, which includes eight synagogues, an extensive eruv, a mikvah, a kosher food truck, an overnight camp, and strong Federation, Jewish Day School and Jewish Family Services agencies. Cultural amenities include minor league baseball and hockey, a symphony and art museum, a zoo, multiple ski resorts, amusement parks, MusikFest (the country's largest free music festival), historical sites, and easy access to Philadelphia (1 hour) and New York City (2 hours). Within 30 minutes, biking, hiking, skiing, and water sports abound. With a low cost of living and beautiful natural surroundings, the Lehigh Valley provides a high quality of life for individuals and families of all backgrounds and interests.