Claims Conference staff contribute to the organization’s unique mission of advocating for Holocaust victims and providing them with payments and assistance, promoting education and remembrance, and pressing for the restitution of assets lost during the Holocaust. Please see below for openings.
The Claims Conference and the WJRO are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Washington Representative based in Washington DC. The Washington Representative will educate, raise awareness, and share information regarding Claims Conference and WJRO interests with Congressional staff, the Administration and foreign governments represented by their Embassies located in Washington D.C. Additionally, s/he will help in the effort to secure restitution of Holocaust-era private and communal Jewish property. The position will involve foreign travel.
The Claims Conference is seeking a Programmer/Analyst to provide operational and project support for emerging and existing business applications and processes. Additionally, in conjunction with the Client Services Support Technician’s effort, this role will assist in the compilation and analysis of global office IT performance.
Reporting to the Executive Vice President (EVP), the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) will spearhead marketing activities as the Claims Conference continues to expand domestically and globally. As a key member of the leadership team, the CMO will manage the creation and execution of a strategic plan for broadening visibility of the organization in the global media and in the greater Jewish community.