The Research & Digital Communication Associate will report to the Chief of Staff and Director of International Affairs & Diplomacy, and develop data-driven advocacy to assist cross-departmental collaboration at CAM.
The Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) is a global coalition engaging more than 400,000 people and 640 organizations from a diverse array of religious, political, and cultural backgrounds in the common mission of fighting the world’s oldest hatred. We act collaboratively to build a better future, free of bigotry, for Jews and all humanity.
Position: Research & Digital Communication Associate
CAM is seeking an inspired individual to join our growing team. In this position, the Research & Digital Communication Associate will report to the Chief of Staff and Director of International Affairs & Diplomacy, and develop data-driven advocacy to assist cross-departmental collaboration and inform the organization’s advocacy approach. As a part of the position, the associate will be responsible for monitoring incidents of antisemitism globally, preparing briefing materials on trends, and will build and coordinate CAM’s weekly and monthly newsletters and reports.
- Monitor antisemitic incidents reported in traditional media and on social media across the world using technology-enabled tools and desktop research.
- Build weekly and monthly reports about the latest trends in contemporary antisemitism, classify incidents by ideological categories, and share the findings with key leaders.
- Utilize research trends to draft diplomatic and media reports.
- Suggest and initiate new topics of research and campaigns resulting from these findings.
- Use CAM’s research capacities to lead and coordinate professional data-driven advocacy campaigns.
- Track current events, incidents and policy discussions of issues pertaining to antisemitism and the Jewish world, and collaborate with each of CAM’s departments to react and engage impactfully with our network.
- Collaborate day-to-day with social media department to share and report antisemitic incidents.
- Support CAM’s Editor-in-Chief with aggregation of news and research for developing worthy news items, articles, and content, as well support CAM’s marketing work with data and research.
- Prepare CAM’s weekly global antisemitism newsletter, monthly reports, and other materials, which are read by thousands of grassroots supports, influencers, diplomats, and decision-makers.
- Initiate diplomatic activities based on the research findings, trend analyses, and calendar of events.
- Support CAM’s event strategy with appropriate content guidelines, research, and activation of CAM’s partner and diplomatic network.
- Ad-hoc responsibilities as required including drafting timely and regular reports.
- Bachelors degree in the social sciences, humanities, or related fields.
- 2-5 years of prior relevant experience.
- A strong commitment to human rights and international affairs with demonstrated knowledge of antisemitism and the Jewish world. Interfaith and prior diplomatic or government affairs experience is a plus.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills in English and familiarity with Microsoft Excel and Word are required.
- Extremely detail-oriented with excellent research and analytical skills.
- Strong or intermediary ability to conduct in-depth online research.
- U.S.-based (East Coast, or Washington, D.C. preferred), and comfortable with remote-work across a global team.
Terms and Conditions:
- Competitive NGO salary commensurate with experience.
- This is a remote-work position, with hybrid opportunities in Washington, D.C.
- Some travel may be required.
Please send a cover letter and resume to [email protected] to be considered for this position.