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Who We Are

At the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel, around 3,800 scientists, graduate students, highly skilled research technicians, and the staff who support them come to work every day with the goal of solving the most challenging problems facing humankind: cancer and other diseases, world hunger and malnutrition, safety and security, protecting the environment, to name just a few. The American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science is a community of dedicated people who share a common vision with the Weizmann Institute in support of our common mission: science for the benefit of humanity. The American Committee partners with individuals, families, foundations, and the business community to develop philanthropic funding for the Institute; educates the American public about the Institute’s research; and represents the Institute’s interests in the U.S.

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The Weizmann Institute is one of the world’s leading multidisciplinary research institutions. By joining the American Committee’s nationwide team, you get to help make Weizmann’s lifesaving, hope-giving breakthroughs possible.

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Open Positions

Director of Development, NY Tri-State Region


The Director of Development, NY Tri-State will develop, engage, and solicit a portfolio of prospective donors capable of gifts of $100,000 to $2 million, or more.


Marketing Coordinator, Marketing Communications & Public Affairs


Reporting to the VP, Marketing Communications & Public Affairs, this position provides administrative support to the VP and department. The Marketing Coordinator, Marketing Communications is involved in almost all areas of the department’s functions, including news media relations, digital strategy, graphic design, print and video production, donor proposals, advertising.


Administrative Assistant, NY Tri-State Region


Reporting to the Executive Director, NY Tri-State Region, this role provides high level administrative support to the NY Tri-State team for all administrative functions that support and enable a high-functioning team to achieve major gift fundraising success.

This is an exciting job opportunity to join a dynamic team of highly motivated, resourceful, outstanding professionals.


Assistant Director, Prospect Management & Research


The recently developed Prospect Management and Research (PMR) team will support internal fundraisers and ACWIS leadership in developing and managing a pipeline of prospective donors for Vision 100 and future fundraising success.

This newly created position, reporting to the Associate Director Prospect Management & Research, will take the lead in all proactive prospecting projects, and identify new principal and major gift prospects, both individual donors and foundations, as well as provide portfolio review and other services to the regional fundraisers.