Headquartered in New York, the Claims Conference is a global, non-profit organization committed to providing a small measure of justice to Holocaust Survivors.
in direct compensation to Holocaust survivors in 2021
In Grants to over 300 social service agencies worldwide that provide vital services for survivors
Funds secured from the German government since 1951 in indemnification for Holocaust survivors
Countries where we serve Holocaust survivors
Our Research, Education, and Documentation (RED) funds contribute toward global efforts to educate the public and preserve the memory of the Holocaust through teacher training programs, exhibitions, and films such as Son of Saul, an Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Film.
At the Claims Conference, we honor history while making history.
Languages spoken by staff members
Comprehensive medical and dental plans that don’t require referrals (Cigna), including the Difference Card, an employer-funded benefit that helps cover the cost of out-of-pocket payments.
Generous paid time off plus days off for major Jewish and federal holidays. Early Friday closures during the fall and winter.
Employees can work from home three days per week while also benefiting from in-office collaboration twice a week (depending on position).
Large catalog of online and in-person learning opportunities that are continually updated to suit the needs and interests of employees. Professional development funds available for courses and certifications.
A plan that allows employees to put aside pre and post-tax dollars in a variety of mutual fund accounts. The Claims Conference provides a 2% company match while enrolled in the plan.
The Claims Conference also offers dependent and health care flexible spending accounts, a commuter benefit plan, and parental leave.
Each employee has the opportunity to be matched with a more senior employee in any department for a structured mentorship program, enabling them to learn more about their particular field of interest.
We offer employees the opportunity to give back twice a year by volunteering on-site with our partner organizations that provide direct services to Holocaust survivors.
“At the end of each day, I know the work I do makes a positive impact on the lives of people around the world. The work culture here is one of kindness, understanding, and the desire to give it our all.”Laina
Program Assistant, Social Welfare
“The Claims Conference has provided me with so many opportunities to grow as a professional. The staff here is genuinely focused on teaching and developing each other.”Michael
Recruitment, Talent & Development Specialist
“I feel honored to be a part of the Claims Conference and to serve such a unique population. As a call center representative, I try to ensure that every caller feels welcomed, listened to, and receives the best possible customer service.”Anna
Program Specialist, Survivor Engagement
“I wanted to work at an organization focused on the social good, and the impact the Claims Conference has is incredible. I truly feel that I am making a big difference in the world – knowing that my efforts are positively impacting Holocaust survivors is a great honor.“Gerard
Program Assistant, Social Welfare
“My journey at the Claims Conference has been humbling, exciting, and fun. I have been blessed with many great coworkers and have built lifelong relationships as I progressed from an Information Specialist to an Administrative Assistant to a Grant Audit Associate.”Jennifer
Grant Audit Associate
All positions listed are in our New York office.
The Claims Conference is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of any category protected by law, including (without limitation) race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. In compliance with NYS Labor Law Section 194-a, the Claims Conference does not seek salary history information from job applicants.