Content Manager and Outreach Coordinator

  • Combat Anti-Semitism
  • Remote (United States)
  • Oct 23, 2019
Full time Business Development Entry Level Government Marketing

Job Description

Work at CAS - Content Manager and Outreach Coordinator:

Combat anti-Semitism (CAS) is a non-partisan, global grassroots movement of individuals and organizations, across all religions and faiths, united around the goal of ending anti-Semitism. The CAS Movement initiates its own campaigns and initiatives and supports and highlights the work of its many partner organizations, governments and other bodies trying to fight anti-Semitism. So far, over 140 organizations and 120,000 individuals have joined the movement by signing our campaign’s pledge.

Key Functions – Content Coordinator:

  • Work with CAS Team to draft, edit a range of content for the CAS website and social media platforms, with an eye on human-interest stories.
  • With the CAS Director, help devise and execute creative ideas/campaigns to combat anti-Semitism and turn CAS to a viral online platform including signing the CAS pledge, raising money for certain causes, and activating people politically, legally, and socially through letter-writing, rallies, and so on.
  • Work in collaboration with the CAS team to prepare the CAS weekly newsletter.
  • Assists in drafting public relations materials, including press releases, statements, analyses, and comprehensive publications.
  • Monitor current events and discussion of issues pertaining to anti-Semitism and the Jewish world and suggest PR/Social Media/Partnership opportunities.

Key Functions – Outreach Coordinator:

  • Build a number of individual pledgers for the CAS pledge.
    • Build a large cohort of CAS ambassadors.
    • Find and engage with appropriate influencers for the CAS movement.
    • Find notable signatures for the CAS pledge from groups and individuals.
    • Work with grassroots audiences and organizations to build numbers.
  • Map potential partners to join the CAS Movement, with CAS director deciding on the outreach strategy with a focus on local and international Christian, Muslim and interfaith groups.
  • Draft official letters to engage with partner organizations and notable people.
  • Represent CAS at students’ conferences and events.


  • The position is open to graduates in international relations, politics, and diplomacy, liberal arts, communications, or related subjects, with a B.A. degree or higher.
  • The successful applicant will have a strong commitment to human rights/international issues as well as a commitment and understanding of anti-Semitism. 
  • Strong oral and written communication skills in English are required and/or another language is an asset. 
  • Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills, independent and creative thinking.

Terms and conditions:

  • Salary based on experience and market rate.
  • The candidate will be paid as an independent contractor.
  • Flexible starting date: November-December 2019