The Chief Planning and Programming Officer (CPPO) will be responsible for overseeing all planning components for the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester, including, but not limited to the planning & allocations process, engagement with partner agencies, and implementing the Federation’s strategic plan. The CPPO will manage the creation and development of a comprehensive, strategic, year round plan for all programming for the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester.
The position reports to the CEO for the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester.
The Chief Planning & Programming Officer will have primary responsibility for the following:
Planning & Allocations: Staff the Planning & Allocations Committee and all related sub-committees, including but not limited to Israel and Overseas, local agency panels, and college services; coordinate mini missions with partner agencies; oversee distribution process. Coordinate and implement the recommendations of the Planning & Allocations Task Force as approved by Board.
Community Planning: Coordinate follow up and next steps to 2019/20 Community Study; manage process for shared expenses with local agencies.
Governance: Manage process for governance, staffing the Governance committee and related task forces.
Federation Planning: Oversee and coordinate Federation yearly program planning, ensuring focus on mission and engagement; maintain program calendar.
Partnership Together (P2G): Oversee staff the P2G Rochester and Joint Steering committees; oversee all P2G programs, including, but not limited to Education Bridge, ShinShinim, Journey for Identity (JFI), Ramim, Grandparents Initiative (G2)
Community Programming: Serve as liaison with community agencies developing community program calendar and collaborative programming.
Supervision: Supervise Director of Community Relations/Levine Center to End Hate, Jewish Education and Engagement, Israel Programming, Young Adult Programming, Marketing, One Happy Camper program.
Qualifications: the ideal candidate will have the following skills and background:
- Five to eight years (minimum) experience in a Jewish Federation or other non-profit setting or similar years of experience in strategic planning in another environment.
- Supervisory experience
- Ability to coach and motivate staff and volunteers
- Substantial knowledge of Jewish life and Jewish community issues, organizations, and needs
- Excellent communication skills, written and verbal
- Comfort with an informal, collaborative workplace