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Bay Area Field Manager

  • Full Time
  • Remote

Website OneTable

The Bay Area Field Manager is a full-time position to help oversee OneTable’s growth and involvement in the Bay Area and the surrounding geographic region. You will build dynamic relationships with hosts, guests, key stakeholders, as well as complete administrative tasks. As with all OneTable roles, this position is iterative and will evolve over time with input across teams. 

The Field Manager will contribute to OneTable’s mission by: 

Welcoming more people to the Shabbat table and striving to reach ambitious engagement goals in the region
Enriching and deepening the Shabbat experience for OneTable users
Managing administrative functions, including regularly updating OneTable CRM
Representing OneTable as an ambassador in the community and nationally
Specific responsibilities include:

Direct Support for Friday Night Dinner Hosts and Guests (Relationship Building + Customer Service)

Build new and deepen existing relationships with hosts and guests via phone, email, and/or in-person meetings (vetting, welcoming, providing ongoing one-on-one support and Shabbat coaching).
Create and implement a high-touch user engagement strategy across the Bay and the surrounding geographic region.

Administrative / Internal

Track participants, run reports and analyze data in our Salesforce CRM as they move through and access our resources (you will be trained in Salesforce).
Collaborate with the evaluation team and engage in new strategies, events, and outreach to reach organizational goals.
Communicate consistently and clearly internally with colleagues via Slack, Zoom, Google Suite, and other tech tools.

Partnerships / External Relations

Uphold Peer Connector responsibilities with the local federation:Participate in ongoing relational engagement training and practice, doing quarterly grant reporting
Act as the face of OneTable with regional donors, partners, users. 
Plan and execute larger Shabbat events and ensure post-event engagement where opportunity arises.
Be out in the community! Attend local events put on by other organizations to meet others, network, and spread brand awareness. 
Steward new partnership and sponsorship opportunities in the area.
Connect regularly with users to collect stories to share with key stakeholders including funders, board members, and media outlets.
Contribute to grant writing and reporting and other funder communications. 
 

Key Attributes/Skill Set (Must Have):

You love to be the host and meet new people. You can build welcoming spaces and create beautiful tablescapes. You are willing to work some evenings (Fridays, of course) and weekend hours. You are the go-to person for all our local events and partnerships, and serve as the educator, trainer, ambassador and cheerleader for all local hosts and partners.
You prefer to be away from your desk/computer screen and out in the community. You should be out at events, in coffee shops meeting people and introducing them to Shabbat! (this role requires someone to spend time on-the-ground, meeting people and building communities in the Bay Area).
You are excited to dig into Shabbat rituals and learning and to share and innovate Shabbat with a diverse array of hosts as they grow their Shabbat practice. 
You love to use data to figure out what is missing and how to make things better and better, good is never really good enough.
You are a dynamic team player expected to prototype ideas, iterate quickly, and cover for fellow Field team members, ensuring there is never a boring day!
You are comfortable working independently in your city while simultaneously. recognizing that you are part of a national organization with an infrastructure in place to support and guide your work.
You are strongly connected to the OneTable brand and mission. You understand our goals, voice, and mission and can imbue that into your 1:1 connections, larger events and partnership strategy.

To apply for this job please visit onetable.org.