ORT UK are recruiting for two brand new roles:


ORT UK Community Fundraising and Engagement Officer

Sector: Not for profit

Hours: Full time (will consider 4 days a week)

Salary: £25,000 – £30,000 (commensurate on experience)

We are seeking a Community Fundraising & Engagement Officer to develop and implement
ORT UK’s strategy, to nurture the next generation of ORT UK donors and enhance our
community engagement programmes. This role will have the responsibility of connecting,
leading and inspiring new young supporters through their journey with ORT UK

In this role you can expect to create and deliver exciting fundraising initiatives, new
engagement opportunities, as well as expanding the breadth and reach of The ORT JUMP
Programme. The role will suit a self-motivated, creative, and enthusiastic individual who is
well organised, a great communicator and passionate about working with young people.
There is a genuine opportunity to be innovative and create your own ideas to help us engage
with both the wider community and our alumni. You will need a can-do attitude and the
willingness to roll up your sleeves and jump right in.

This is an exciting opportunity for a self-starter and team player to join our growing team and
make a big impact in a newly created post, to help us grow our income to fund ORT projects
in Israel, the Former Soviet Union & ORT JUMP.


Closing date for applications: Monday 5th September 2022

For more information or to apply, send a short cover letter and a copy of your CV to

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ORT JUMP Employability Skills Programme Leader

Sector: Not for profit

Hours: Part time (assumed 2 to 3 days a week)

Salary: £40,000 – £50,000 a year pro rata and subject to experience

Term: Fixed Term Contract for 6 to 12 Months

ORT UK have received a grant allowing us to hire a staff member for one year to help us expand The ORT JUMP Programme by creating and piloting a new set of employability skill programmes with ‘experience’ at the core.

At the conclusion of the year, you will be asked to evaluate the pilot programme’s success by reporting to the funder and assisting with making an application for a longer-term programme with supporting budgets.

We are seeking applicants who have had experience in developing and delivering educational programmes and partnerships looking for a change or step up in responsibility. Experience working in the formal education sector is our preference, but we will consider candidates who have a background in the Jewish community, as well as the wider charitable sector.


Closing date for applications: Friday 9th September 2022

For more information or to apply, send a short cover letter and a copy of your CV to

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