Chief Operating Officer
About the Organization
Amid the rise of antisemitism, StopAntisemitism.org was established in 2018, to fight antisemitism in the United States and create consequences for hatred, bigotry, and racism.
We monitor antisemitism on social media and develop communication channels through which we engage Americans to report antisemitism whenever and wherever they encounter it.
We use advanced technology to research the information received and develop actionable strategies to counter perpetrators of antisemitism.
We collaborate with law enforcement agencies and our networks of legal, media, campus and digital mobilization groups to alert the public about the dangers of antisemitism and to prevent violence.
About the Position
StopAntisemitism.org partnered with world-class technology and security providers to create new custom-made platforms to report antisemitism anywhere at any time.
The Chief Operating Officer (COO) will oversee the creation, development, management, launch, marketing and integration of the reporting platforms on mobile and web.
The COO will be an organizational entrepreneur who will play a key role in developing StopAntisemitism.org’s brand, the new platforms, website, marketing materials, partnerships, etc.
The COO will coordinate technology teams, work with partners in the Jewish community and beyond to implement usage of the platforms, oversee the marketing strategy of the platforms and more.
The COO will report to the executive board and present periodical updates.
The COO must be aligned with StopAntisemitism.org’s mission and values.
The position is located in Los Angeles, CA. Travel to major cities throughout the U.S. might be required.
Skills and Qualifications
The successful candidate will possess the following skills and attributes:
Bachelor’s degree is required;
5+ years of experience managing technology projects, including marketing and business development. Start-up background is a plus;
Experience in managing and allocating operational budget;
Ability to coordinate different stakeholders.
Self-starter, outcome-driven with ability to respond to changing circumstances and priorities;
Understanding of the Jewish community and organizations within the community is required.