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Development Officer

Moment, a very special magazine and community based in Washington DC, is looking for a very special person to join our small advancement team.

We are seeking someone with a passion for journalistic excellence, intellectual thought, history, current events, and the Jewish future. We need a big thinker with good instincts who can manage grants; write grant proposals and reports; work with the organization’s leaders, board members and donors; and help with our annual gala and other events.

We need someone who cares deeply about people and has excellent people skills, who is looking for a close caring work family and a creative work environment, who loves communicating, whether it’s writing and speaking; loves learning and longs to be in a community of lifelong learners.

Fundraising experience is a plus but is not necessary. We will consider training the right person. Good organizational skills, comfort with technology and familiarity with databases, and a strong work ethic are all are essential.

This is a full-time position based in our Washington DC office. Salary is commensurate with experience. Interested parties should send their resumes to: Please no phone calls.

Advertising Sales Executive

Moment is seeking a dynamic, experienced Advertising Sales Executive to increase print and digital ads, sponsored content, and sponsorships across all of Moment’s multimedia platforms including newsletters, website, programming and events. This is a rare opportunity to work in a highly creative and collaborative organization with amazing people! 

Moment is a leading presence in Jewish journalism today, a growing multimedia community with innovative projects and award winning content. Moment takes on the issues that define our times from an independent standpoint and curates wide ranging intellectual, cultural, literary, music and artistic conversations that strengthen the community and build democracy through healthy civil discourse. Cofounded by Elie Wiesel and Leonard Fein in 1975 and named for the Yiddish daily, Der Moment (1910-1939), it has a prestigious lineage. Today’s Moment, led by editor in chief and CEO Nadine Epstein, is an exciting and creative place to work.


Identify clients’ needs, research competitors’ advertising services, products, and prices, and respond to potential clients’ inquiries. 

Set up meetings with potential clients to present advertising proposals and address their concerns.

Prepare media kits and promotional plans.

Attend sales meetings, trade shows, and training workshops as required.

Persuade clients to purchase company advertising products and services by communicating the benefits of various types of advertising.

Provide recommendations on suitable formats, advertising mediums, and font sizes.

Prepare sample advertisements for clients.

Sell and develop a range of sponsored content and sponsorship of events.


Bachelor’s or associate degree in advertising, marketing, communications, or related field preferred.

Proven experience working as an advertising sales representative.

Proficient in all Microsoft Office applications such as Excel.

Sound knowledge of marketing principles and techniques.

Excellent organizational and analytical skills.

Strong negotiation and consultative sales skills.

Effective communication skills.

Exceptional customer service skills

Knowledge of the Jewish community is a plus

Familiarity with SalesForce’s nonprofit version is also a plus.

The position is part time with flexible hours. Moment’s office is in Washington DC. While we prefer for candidates to reside in the DC area, we will consider the possibility of working remotely. 

Moment is a very special place to work full of meaningful work and creative collaboration. It is a place to learn and grow at any age. 

Salary: Salary plus commission based on experience.

Please send resumes to  

Please no phone calls.


Editorial Internships
Have a strong interest in Jewish politics, culture and religion? Love writing and editing? Want to learn the ins and outs of magazine production? Moment Magazine offers interns the opportunity to become a valuable part of our magazine. Interns work with various departments within the magazine, and are involved in many aspects of production, from fact-checking and researching articles to pitching stories. Administrative duties are also part of the internship; all interns may also provide assistance to all departments.

Editorial interns provide support to Moment’s editorial staff. Duties may include:

– Research for potential stories
– Providing support for editorial projects
– Web production and social media
– Copyediting, fact-checking and proofreading stories for the magazine
– Pitching and writing pieces for Moment’s website

To apply: Send a cover letter, resume and clips to

Social Media Internship
The social media intern is responsible for assisting in a range of editorial and marketing initiatives. Their duties include writing social media copy, tracking analytics for social media campaigns, and creating social media posting schedules.

The social media intern will support the social media manager in developing and implementing promotional campaigns to boost website visits and increase engagement. Duties may include:

– Assist with the design and execution of social media campaigns
– Create weekly and monthly editorial calendars to promote editorial content on various social media platforms
– Create and distribute content such as infographics, videos and link previews on social media
– Track social media engagement to identify high-performing ideas and campaigns for scalability
–  Support marketing and events team at live and online events

All internships are offered in the spring (January through May), summer (June through August) and fall (September through December). Fall and spring interns work 16-24 hours/week (two or three full days) and may receive college credit (the internship is unpaid). Summer interns are expected to work 40 hours per week. Moment does not provide housing or travel assistance. Moment‘s office is in Washington, DC, though remote interns will also be considered.

Interested applicants should send a resume, cover letter and two journalistic writing samples or clips. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please send all materials to, attention Noah Phillips.


Moment Magazine is seeking individuals eager to be part of a friendly, professional team that can help with a wide range of administrative and business-oriented tasks. Tasks include but are not limited to: 1) answering phones and taking messages; 2) filing correspondence in notebooks and file cabinets; 3) helping with occasional mailings; 4) helping with events. Computer literacy is a plus, especially with Word, Excel and any other programs including Filemaker.

Stimulating and friendly-office environment with many visitors and projects. Position has limited off-street parking and straight ride-on to major Metro buses. Tenleytown-AU metro stop is a 15 minute walk.

Expressions of interest should be sent to

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