Find Yourself at Hillel

Explore Early Career jobs at hillel

Are you getting started with your career and are passionate about enriching Jewish life on campus? Explore opportunities below.

Find the right opportunity for you:

Executive Director

Because you are passionate about leading a team, setting the strategic vision for your Hillel, and strengthening the ties between Hillel and your community.

Assistant Director

Because you can think big, implement with excellence on a day-to-day basis, and love supervising staff as much as you love celebrating Shabbat with students.

Student Well-Being

Because you thrive in creating impactful wellness initiatives, forging meaningful connections with students, and integrating holistic well-being into Jewish life experiences.

Jewish Educator

Because you are an authentic Jewish role model with a passion for building relationships and bringing Jewish content to students.


Because you want to power Hillel by connecting people to our community and raising vital funds.


Because you love daily interactions with students, are excited to build Jewish community on campus, and know how to throw a fantastic and well-attended event.

Hillel International

Because you are passionate about impacting Jewish students on an international level and dedicated to supporting the Hillel movement across the globe.

Be Part of Our Movement

Don’t see the right fit yet? We’re always looking for great additions to our team. Share your resume and a little something about yourself, so we can keep an eye out for future opportunities!

Tell Us More About Yourself

Inherent Worth and Dignity

Hillel International believes in the inherent worth and dignity of all people, for as the Jewish tradition teaches us, we are all created b’tzelem Elohim, in the image of God. To that end, Hillel International is committed to pluralistic Jewish life on campus, a diverse workforce, and the value of inclusivity. We appreciate all the identities, experiences, and backgrounds each person brings. We welcome students, professionals, and community members with respect for all abilities, races, ethnicities, socio-economic statuses, gender identities, sexual orientations, and interfaith backgrounds or observances. We are invested in making our gatherings, resources, and workplaces accessible for all and will work together with individuals to meet their needs so that they can experience the richness of Jewish life and community.

Benefits of Working at Hillel

Besides perpetual bragging rights at the Seder table? We provide competitive salaries, robust benefits, and an entrepreneurial environment that makes Hillel an award-winning place to call home.

Health insurance, Generous vacation/sick time, Retirement plan, Parental leave, Life insurance, Long Term Disability (LTD), Flexible Spending Plans

Hillel is committed to ensuring that every one of our professionals has access to personal enrichment opportunities and continuing education through Hillel U, Hillel International’s comprehensive professional development program. Hillel U offers a blend of in-person and online courses through its three Centers of Learning: Center for Jewish and Israel Education, Center for Engagement and Wellness, and Center for Management and Leadership.

Flexible work hours, Lighter summer schedule, Mentorship opportunities, Ongoing professional development, Endless supply of coffee for meetings with students, Hillel swag, Occasional travel, Employee Resource Groups (open to staff who identify as Jews of Color, LGBTQ+, People with Disabilities, Non-Jewish Black Employees, and/or Mizrahi/Sephardi)

Additional Benefits

Hillel International is a member of the Talent Alliance, a community of practice focused on talent and culture, run by Leading Edge. Employees can move seamlessly from one Talent Alliance organization to another and receive credit for years worked in the other organization(s).

Full-time Hillel employees meet the eligibility requirements for all benefits, while part-time and temporary staff may be eligible for limited benefits.

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