Title: Publicity Director
The AICE Publicity Director will reach out to campuses and communities across the U.S. to initiate, plan and publicize events for Executive Director Dr. Mitchell Bard and AICE’s two dozen visiting Israeli professors teaching Israel-related courses on U.S. campuses. The Publicity Director will also be responsible for AICE's campus work.
- Outreach to universities to "sell" AICe programs and resources.
- Filming, editing, and creating Israel and Jewish related videos for AICE Youtube site.
- Updating and monitoring the Jewish Virtual Library, as well as the BDS Cookbook.
- Writing press releases, articles, newsletters and blog posts.
- Placing op-eds for Dr. Bard and our professors in various outlets.
- Coordinating with other pro-Israel organizations to counter anti-Israel activity on campus.
- Maintaing all AICE-related social media accounts.
- Communicating with studetns and campus professionals.
- Devising new and original ideas for countering anti-Israel activities.
- Other research and writing work as required by AICE.
- Bachelor's degree
- Experience in video production and social media.
- Solid written and oral communication skills
- Ability to work independently on a variety of different projects.
- Hebrew fluency and web development knowledge is an advantage but not required.
Title: Program Director
The Program Director will work directly with AICE Executive Director Mitchell Bard to manage AICE research projects and websites, including Myths & Facts, Intelligence on Iran, Israel Studies and the Jewish Virtual Library (JVL).
- Oversee major research projects: Myths & Facts and IranIntelligence.com
- Prepare weekly emails on important issues in the Middle East for online publication
- Assist with proofreading & editing of articles, op-eds and books published by AICE
- Working on specific areas as requested by AICE's Executive Director
- Work with webmaster to write, edit, and update material on JewishVirtualLibrary.com
- Special projects and general administrative support as needed
- Bachelor’s degree
- Thorough knowledge of Jewish and Israeli history
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Ability to work independently to manage projects and time constraints
- Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop experience
- Hebrew fluency is an advantage but not required
- Web development and Constant Contact experience is an advantage but not required
Salary commensurate with experience. Employee will have the option of fully paid health insurance.
Please send a resume, cover letter and 1-page writing sample on a relevant topic to Zach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No current openings.
The intern will assist with data collection, interview professors and business executives, and write newsletters on U.S.-Israel relations. The intern will also work on Myths and Facts and other AICE publications. The position carries a great deal of responsibility as the intern will assist the director in all of his tasks.
Good verbal and writing skills are essential. Knowledge of Israeli history is helpful. Computer literacy is important and knowledge of databases, Photoshop, and HTML would be a particular advantage.
Please send a resume, and cover letter to Zach at email@example.com.