The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington envisions an open, connected, and vibrant Jewish community that cares for each other, fosters Jewish learning and journeys, embraces Jewish peoplehood and Israel, and acts as a force for good in the world. As a mission-driven non-profit organization, Federation works to inspire, build, and sustain vibrant Jewish life in a changing world by mobilizing our community in common purpose, intentional innovation, and effective action.
Thank you for your interest in joining The Jewish Federation’s professional team. Please note that as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, we are presently teleworking and all hiring conversations will take place virtually. We look forward to continuing to build our dynamic, talented staff team, and invite you to learn about and apply for our current openings below.
Great Perks. Because We Appreciate Great Employees.
We come together as a staff to commemorate holidays (from Rosh Hashanah to MLK Day), volunteer at nonprofits, and celebrate our accomplishments together. Fridays our offices close at 3:00 PM year-round in observance of the Sabbath. All so you can relax and recharge.
We offer generous time off benefits including vacation, sick days, Federal holidays, and religious observances. We’ve also got you covered with a great parental leave plan.
Federation provides top-tier medical, dental, and vision plans along with a flexible spending account. We also offer life insurance, long-term disability insurance, and a stipend for wellness/fitness programs. Your physical and mental health matter to us.
Planning for Retirement
Federation employees can enroll in a retirement plan and tax deferred annuity.
Classes, workshops, and compelling speakers are constantly enhancing your work experience. We offer a professional development stipend so you can be at the top of your game.
But Wait…There’s More!
At Federation, you’ll join a team of driven, talented professionals who are passionate about their work and our community. We ground our efforts in the Jewish value that all human beings are created “b’tzelem elohim” (in God’s image), and are committed to building a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.