Salesforce Administrator

Salesforce Administrator

At FJC, we value diversity and equal opportunity. We are committed to building a team representative of a variety of backgrounds, experiences, perspectives, and skills. We know that the more inclusive we are, the better our work – and our world – will be. We strongly encourage people of color, LGBTQ+ individuals, people with disabilities, members of ethnic minorities, foreign-born residents, and veterans to apply.

Accepting remote candidates from the following  FJC Hub States: AZ, CA, GA, IL, MA, NY, WA


The Salesforce Administrator plays an integral role in maintaining our CRM and other information systems that support our work and help us to track progress on current initiatives. This individual has a keen eye for detail, approaches challenges with a solution orientation, and thinks critically about how to store and report on information. This role requires excellent customer service and foundational experience in database administration, ideally with Salesforce, and a genuine interest in growing skills in this area. The Salesforce Administrator works closely with the Program and Fundraising teams. This position reports to the Senior Manager, Operations & Data.


General Database Management

  • Salesforce Administration (regular maintenance of CRM) including account maintenance, reports and dashboards, workflows, development and management of experiences, and other routine tasks.
  • Uphold data quality and confidentiality through the design and implementation of a data cleaning plan.
  • Design, develop, and modify data infrastructure to accelerate the processes of data analysis and reporting.
  • Build and manage custom reports and dashboards, with an eye toward easy and relevant data accessibility for staff.
  • Preserve institutional knowledge through creating and maintaining user documentation of Salesforce functionality, related workflows, and business processes.
  • Prioritize and resolve staff support requests as they come in, including but not limited to data uploads, report/dashboard creation, form creation, automation, user experience design, bug fixes, forgotten passwords, and process improvement.
  • Support the design and training of FJC staff on Salesforce – both onboarding and continuing education – to enhance skills, increase user adoption, and support successful change management across the organization.
  • Oversee third-party integrations with Salesforce, including but not limited to FormAssembly, Alchemer, Asana, and Apsona.
  • Stay engaged with the nonprofit Salesforce community to develop and grow generative connections and learnings for the organization.
  • Liaise with Salesforce consultant as needed to put in help tickets and discuss Salesforce updates.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Fundraising and Development Support

  • Partner with the Fundraising team to coordinate solicitations, mailings, and other communications, including but not limited to creating Salesforce reports and campaigns, as well as managing, updating, and uploading lists.
  • Research, stay current on, and advocate for nonprofit best practices and support the integration of donor information in Salesforce.
  • Develop reports and analytics to support fundraising efforts.

Additional responsibilities, as determined by the Senior Manager, Data and Operations


FJC’s work is guided by six values: agility, community-mindedness, excellence, imagination, joy, and social responsibility.  

  • You possess a high level of interpersonal savvy and are committed to building strategic, successful relationships with partners and stakeholders.
  • You are self-motivated with excellent organizational, people, project, and time management skills. You can prioritize a diverse and demanding workload; set attainable expectations; delegate appropriately; and hold yourself and collaborators accountable to deadlines, milestones, and a high level of excellence. 
  • You are creative, solution-oriented, and good at knowing which questions to ask of partners, collaborators, and direct reports, where applicable. 
  • You have clear written and oral communication skills.
  • You have excellent presentation and facilitation skills. 
  • You have a positive attitude and approach your work with curiosity, humor, and a growth mindset. 
  • You enjoy working in a collaborative team environment, have excellent interpersonal skills, and actively engage colleagues in your work and support their efforts.
  • You take a customer-focused approach to working with any and all stakeholders. 
  • You are self-aware and understand that everyone has strengths and limitations. You speak up when you need additional support and react with empathy when others do the same.


  • A dynamic, accountable, agile, and passionate group of colleagues who love camp. 
  • Flexibility, respect, and a dynamic innovative workplace and collaborative environment. 
  • Connection to a large network of Jewish camps and partner organizations. 
  • Participation in conferences and staff retreats. 
  • Appreciation and recognition for your contributions and accomplishments. 
  • A commitment to professional growth and access to mentorship opportunities. 


The salary range for this position is $66,000-$74,000 depending on level of experience. FJC offers a comprehensive benefits package, including: medical, dental, and vision coverage; a company-paid Group Medical Bridge plan that provides additional out-of-pocket coverage for a variety of medical services; an Employee Assistance Program, which includes robust and varied mental health and wellness resources; commuter benefit; Flexible Spending Account; 401K plan; 15 days paid vacation annually in year one; paid parental leave; early closure on Friday afternoons and major holiday eves; and office closure for all major Jewish and secular holidays. 


Please submit your resume and cover letter using the portal. The interview process may consist of up to three rounds of conversations with members of the FJC team.

Due to the anticipated volume of applicants, FJC will only follow up directly with individuals selected to interview for the position.

Foundation for Jewish Camp is an Equal Opportunity Employer

For more information about FJC, please visit: www.jewishcamp.org.

Camp Director

Camp Director

Discover Your Next Adventure in Beautiful San Luis Obispo
Nestled in a picturesque vacation destination with mild weather, Camp Shoreshim is
more than just a summer camp; it’s an Jewish experience in the heart of nature.
Surrounded by hiking trails, lakes, mountains, and the ocean, our 10-acre ranch campus
is a wonderland waiting to be explored. Imagine leading a camp where children engage
with nature amidst olive trees, creek beds, and a menagerie of animals including sheep,
goats, and a donkey. Facilities include a yurt, wood-fired pizza oven, gaga ball pit, tennis
court, a platform with a fire pit, and ample open land for endless exploration and fun.
Contract Position: Camp Director (1-2 Weeks Based on YOUR Vision and Experience)
We are seeking an innovative Camp Director to lead Camp Shoreshim for a 1-2 week
period in summer 2024. The contract duration will depend on your vision and
experience, with a goal to maximize the impact of your leadership. Some flexibility on
dates, likely the last 2 weeks of July 2024.


Develop and execute a unique camp curriculum centered around Jewish culture,
environmental appreciation, outdoor adventure, and community building.
Develop partnership with potential outside experience providers.
Work with a budget, make purchases, and prepare grounds.
Train, oversee, and inspire a team of teenage camp staff to deliver an
unforgettable camp experience.
Report to the board with a focus on making the camp a profitable venture.
Manage day-to-day operations, ensuring a safe, inclusive, and enriching
environment for campers aged 4-12.


Competitive contract-based on experience;
Junior: $2,500 – $3,000 for the contract period. Suitable for less
experienced candidates
Senior-Range: $3,500 – $4,500. Appropriate for candidates with moderate
experience and strong qualifications
Free accommodations in a private studio apartment near the camp for non-local

Camp Director

Camp Director

Capital Camps & Retreat Center (CCRC), a non-profit Jewish camping and retreat organization, is seeking a full-time Camp Director to lead our premier camp in partnership with our CEO and senior leadership team.

Agency Overview 

CCRC provides enriching, summer overnight camp and year-round retreat services to children, families, and organizations primarily from the Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia areas. The agency’s office is located in Rockville, MD, and the camp and retreat center is located in Waynesboro, PA.  Founded in 1987, Capital Camps has enjoyed steady growth and is now close to capacity each summer with children ages 7 to 17 on an expansive renovated campus in the Catoctin Mountains.  The Retreat Center, which hosts approximately 100 groups each year, is a center of learning and rejuvenation for adults, families, and organizations.

CCRC is affiliated with the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore, JCCA (Jewish Community Center Association), ACA (American Camp Association), FJC (The Foundation for Jewish Camp), and JCamp 180 (a program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation). 

For more information about the camp, go to capitalcamps.org, and capitalretreat.org for information about the retreat center.


Capital Camps & Retreat Center is seeking an energetic, self-motivated camp professional for the Camp Director position, who demonstrates a love of Jewish summer camp and all it has to offer.  This position will report to the Chief Executive Officer and will ensure the mission and vision of the summer camp program, as defined by the Board of Directors, is successfully achieved through the development, implementation, supervision, and evaluation of assigned core responsibilities.  The ideal candidate possesses the energy, talent, vision, and experience required to manage and further our successful program. As a member of the Agency’s Management Team, the Camp Director will lead a talented professional team focused specifically on camp.

Core Responsibilities

  • Year-round leadership, administration, and oversight of the summer camp program operations.
  • Camper retention and recruitment.
  • Summer camp staff recruitment, training, and supervision.
  • Summer and Year-Round Camp Program development.
  • Summer camp budget development and monitoring in conjunction with the CEO and CFO
  • Summer camp marketing and public relations management in conjunction with the CEO and Director of Development

Qualities Sought in the Summer Camp Director

  • A Jewish role model with a charismatic ability to provide ongoing dynamic support and leadership to colleagues, camp staff, campers and their families, and lay leadership.
  • An ambitious and enthusiastic leader   who will conduct summer sessions establishing strong relationships with campers and staff (this includes living at camp for the duration of the summer);
  • An ability to work effectively under pressure, receive direction from the CEO, and work unaided on time-sensitive projects.
  • An ability to effectively engage in an important level of support and customer service to camp families, while ensuring adherence to camp values and goals and ACA accreditation.
  • A creative, flexible, and effective problem solver with the skills to identify and provide solutions to complex issues and concerns in a professional manner, including conflict management with parents and/or campers.

Responsibilities & Duties 

  • Manage, oversee, and coordinate all aspects of Camp Operations
  • Develop, monitor, and, as need, modify short and long-term strategic goals for the growth and development of summer camp, working and communicating with the CCRC Board of Directors, staff, Camp Committee, and the larger community to ensure continuity of programming to best achieve the organizational mission.
  • Ensure program development and implementation, facilitating camp through feedback from camp families and staff.
  • Plan, coordinate, oversee, implement, and evaluate all aspects of summer camp service.  This includes, but is not limited to, recruitment of campers and staff, program development (including educational components), sales and marketing, and coordination with COO to manage food service personnel, facility and maintenance. 
  • Oversee, coordinate and execute Summer Leadership Team and staff training (pre-camp and in-camp)
  • Hire, mentor/supervise, and, as necessary, terminate summer camp staff in a manner consistent with camp values.  Supervision will include ongoing feedback and incorporate formal evaluations.
  • Develop and monitor the summer camp marketing and recruitment plan, with support of the team, to meet camper enrollment and retention goals, in conjunction with updates from and to the CEO, Board of Directors and Camp Committee.
  • Oversee all special needs of campers and summer staff, including transportation, medical, mental health, social, and spiritual.
  • Ensure procurement of all required supplies for all aspects of summer camp.
  • Manage volunteer activities during summer sessions.
  • Incorporate the Culture of Philanthropy into all aspects of camp, alongside the Development Team and lay leadership.
  • This position will have dotted line reporting responsibility to CCRC’s CEO & COO


  • Overnight camp experience in a senior leadership role
  • Operations Management experience
  • Work well in teams to further program, camp, operation, and agency goals
  • Hands on leader willing to wear multiple hats
  • Strong problem solving and strategic management skills
  • Strong public relations skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced environment
  • High level of ethical standards 
  • Strong judgment and decision-making skills 
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Problem solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Ability to maintain and build strong relationships and partnerships
  • Excellent organizational and planning skills
  • Familiarity with Jewish culture, traditions and community

Additional Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 8-10+ years of experience directing camps in day or overnight setting and/or youth programs.
  • Knowledge of program development and educational methodologies, with specific understanding of camp programming;
  • Knowledge and commitment to Jewish traditions and customs.
  • Knowledge and commitment to “best practices” in the camping field.
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Experience in financial management and budgeting.
  • Familiarity with staff certifications necessary for licensure and ACA accreditations.
  • Knowledge and familiarity with Excel, Budget management and Data management.

Working Conditions (full time, year-round, exempt position)

  • Due to the nature of this position, the Camp Director will live at camp (in Waynesboro, PA) during the summer months (including time before and after the camp sessions)
  • Winter office is in Rockville, MD
  • Travel as needed between the two locations, as well as Baltimore, Greater Washington, Richmond, Newport News and Tidewater communities throughout the year. 

Additional Information 

  • The Camp Director is supervised by the CEO.
  • Medical/Dental/Vision insurance, as well as 403(b) retirement plan with match available.