Teen Advisor at Temple Beth O’r Beth Torah

Temple Beth O’r Beth Torah, a vibrant Conservative congregation in Clark, NJ is looking for an energetic and engaging Teen Advisor for monthly gatherings with students in grades 8 through 12, from November through June.   We offer attractive compensation and full support.

Contact Cantor Stern at tbethor@gmail.com.

 

Posted 11/7/19

Babysitter Needed

Looking for someone to pick up our infant son from a local daycare in Highland Park and walk him to our home a few blocks away. From 6PM-7/7:30PM, M-T.

Please contact Yaelle at 443-413-5191 or yaellelasson124@gmail.com if interested!

 

Posted 10/29/19

Park Place Positions Available
Park Place is looking for workers. Full and part time positions available. Great opportunity for college and high school students! If interested, please contact Paul at 732-565-1234 or email at paul@parkplacekosher.com

 

Posted 10/25/19

RPRY Positions Available
RPRY is looking for a few people to work Thursday afternoons in their aftercare  from 3:25-6:00pm.
Please contact Batsheva Goldman at 732-572-5052 ext 215 or bgoldman@rpry.org  

 

Posted 10/25/19

Part-Time Judaic Studies Education Job at RPRY in Edison, NJ (Monday-Friday)

You would be working in the 6th grade classroom with a sweet girl who has Down Syndrome. Great experience, especially for those interested in education, special needs, or Judaic studies. Hours are: Monday-Thursday from 8:15-10:05 and 11:30-12:30. Friday from 8:15-9:05 and 10:45-11:15. If you are interested, please email inclusionnj@gmail.com

 

Posted 10/2/19

Sweets to Nuts Sales Position

Sweets to Nuts, the kosher candy store in Highland Park, is looking for sales help. Please contact Marion Bernstein at mbernstein@sweetstonuts.com or call 732-246-4686.

 

Posted 9/26/19

Public Relations Internship at C&A Global

C & A Global, 114 Tived Lane East, Edison, NJ 08837

Job Position Title: Public Relations Intern

Department: Marketing

Reports To: Public Relations Manager Facility

Location: Edison, NJ

Shift: Flexible (based on school schedule)

Position Overview: The Public Relations Intern reports directly to the Public Relations Manager. The Public Relations Intern will provide administrative assistance to the marketing department for well-known brands such as Polaroid, Kodak and LifePrint.

Main Essential Duties and Functions of Job Position (but not limited to): · Providing public relations administrative support including research and coordination · Assisting with event preparation and overseeing organization press coverage/releases · Maintaining key press reports analysis and other tools to track performance · Researching industry trends and best practices to spark creative PR ideas

Contact: Roshelle Wilder, 848-244-2000

 

Posted 9/9/19

Youth Group Advisor wanted
The Flemington Jewish Community Center is looking for a Youth Group Advisor who will oversee non-Hebrew School programming for students in grades 2 through 12.  The programming will align with Young Judea and USY. The Advisor will help plan, coordinate and supervise two local monthly events at our Flemington facility. If interested in the position, please contact Alan Radzin at aradzin@gmail.com or call him at 908-500-2916.

 

Posted 9/4/19

Temple Shaari Emeth, a warm, engaging and supportive Reform congregation in Manalapan, NJ, is looking for a part- time advisor for its YOSHE (Youth of Shaari Emeth) Juniors programs (6th – 8th grade) from July 1 - June 30.

The YOSHE Juniors program looks for ways to repair the world and uses the tools provided to help make a difference in our local community. The ideal candidate will bring excitement and enthusiasm for Jewish Youth programming, be able to engage, relate to and build relationships with young tweens and have the following additional qualifications:
● Bachelor’s Degree (or at least two years of college with additional experience)
● Strong Jewish background with a demonstrated commitment to Jewish life, which may include: Day School, camping, youth groups (preferably NFTY but not a requirement), or educational trips to Israel
● Experience working with tweens and teens in formal or informal settings
● Ability to serve as Jewish role model
● Excellent communication and organizational skills
● Familiarity with NFTY structure
● Ability to work both independently and as part of a team of professionals and volunteers

Mentoring and Leadership Development
● Mentor youth support their growth towards strong Jewish identities
● Meet with and mentor the YOSHE Juniors group members at least once a month to help them a transition to YOSHE Seniors. This will require coordination with the YOSHE Seniors advisor.
Events and Event Planning
● Plan, organize, publicize and execute Tikkun Olam events and fun programs for YOSHE Juniors
● Create year-long youth calendar in consultation with the Temple staff and calendar
● Attend all YOSHE Juniors meetings/events – one event per month from September to May
● Chaperone all NFTY events for 6th – 8th graders
● Oversee registration and publicize programs in a timely manner

Additional Responsibilities

● Promote membership and increase participation of Temple Shaari Emeth youth in YOSHE Juniors activities—maintain close contact with members and their parents
● Take responsibility for membership recruitment and retention for YOSHE Juniors
● Manage and oversee the budget for YOSHE Juniors
● Be the primary contact for parents
● Use social media via Temple created pages (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram….), along with Shul Cloud (the Temple platform) and other tools to communicate with the kids and parents.
● Organize parent volunteers who will both support the youth groups and can help chaperone and execute programs
● Share love for Jewish life while serving as an appropriate role model
● Provide quarterly written reports to the Board of Trustees on activities taking place
**This job can be combined with the YOSHE Seniors position that is currently posted**

 

Posted 9/4/19

Temple Shaari Emeth, a warm, engaging and supportive Reform congregation in Manalapan, NJ, is looking for a part- time advisor(s) for its YOSHE (Youth of Shaari Emeth) Seniors programs (9th - 12th grade) from July 1 - June 30.

The advisor should dream with our kids and provide a warm environment for Jewish teens to meet and feel safe. YOSHE Seniors is a home away from home for our Jewish youth, a place where they can find support from their peers. The ideal candidate will bring excitement and enthusiasm for Jewish Youth programming, be able to engage, relate to and build
relationships with teens and have the following additional qualifications:
● Bachelor’s Degree (or at least two years of college with additional experience)
● Strong Jewish background with a demonstrated commitment to Jewish life, which may include: Day School, camping, youth groups (preferably NFTY but not a requirement), or educational trips to Israel
● Experience working with tweens and teens in formal or informal settings
● Ability to serve as Jewish role model
● Excellent communication and organizational skills
● Familiarity with NFTY structure
● Ability to work both independently and as part of a team of professionals and volunteers

Mentoring and Leadership Development
● Mentor youth in leadership development and support their growth towards strong
Jewish identities
● Meet with the YOSHE Seniors board at least once a month to mentor and advise
the teens as they grow in their leadership roles, or to work with them to plan and
execute programs each month
Events and Event Planning
● Plan, organize, publicize and execute meetings and fun programs for YOSHE
Seniors
● Work with the YOSHE Seniors Board members to create year-long youth
calendar in consultation with the Temple staff and Temple calendar
● Attend all YOSHE Seniors meetings and events – one board meeting and one
event per month
● Chaperone the following NFTY events: Fall and Spring Kallah, Leadership
Training, Elections (if any members are running), Convention (if five or more kids are attending). Attendance at Winter Kallah is preferred, but not necessary.

● Plan and implement fundraising opportunities to both increase programming and teach members about not-for-profit work
● Oversee registration and publicize programs in a timely manner
● Work with other NFTY advisors to plan collaborative programs
● Work with the YOSHE Seniors Board to create an annual Youth creative service to be held at the Temple
● Coordinate with the Religious School Director to promote participation amongst 8th-12th graders

Additional Responsibilities
● Promote membership and increase participation of Temple Shaari Emeth youth in YOSHE Seniors activities—maintain close contact and build relationships with members and their parents
● Take responsibility for membership recruitment and retention for YOSHE Seniors
● Manage and oversee the budget for YOSHE Seniors
● Be the primary contact for parents for questions or concerns
● Use social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram….), Shul Cloud (Temple Communication tool) and other tools to communicate with the kids and parents
● Organize parent volunteers who will both support the youth groups and can help chaperone and execute programs
● Share love for Jewish life while serving as an appropriate role model
● Provide quarterly written reports to the Board of Trustees on activities taking place
**This job can be combined with the YOSHE Juniors position that is currently posted**

 

Posted 9/4/19

Junior Congregation Leader wanted for High Holidays
Temple Hatikvah in Flanders, New Jersey is seeking an energetic, enthusiastic student to lead Junior Congregation (ages 8-12, about 10 kids) during the upcoming High Holidays, This includes some tefillah, a child-focused discussion of the holiday’s Parsha, potentially incorporating a game or two and serving a light snack. Junior Congregation will take place 10-11:30 during our part of our main service. Please contact Daniel Collins (collinsdaniel@gmail.com // 908 247 9859) with any questions. 

 

Posted 9/4/19

Sunday School Teacher Opening
Dynamic teacher wanted, Sunday mornings, for our secular humanistic Jewish school. Must have knowledge of Jewish history, culture, and holidays. Knowledge of Hebrew preferred as well as experience with Social Action activities.
If interested, please contact the principal at jeremyfreedman@yahoo.com
Founded in 1924, the I.L. Peretz Community Jewish School is dedicated to Jewish Literacy and Tikun Olam. Visit our website, https://www.ilperetz.org/

 

Posted 8/28/19

Babysitter needed

We’re looking for a kind, responsible sitter to pick up our kids from school twice a week (3:50 from RPRY and then Bartle) and stay with them until 5:30.

Interested?

Email Yannai at ykranzler@gmail.com 

Posted 8/23/19

Aftercare Aide needed

We are looking for responsible, friendly high school or college students to work 3-6pm anywhere from 2-5 afternoons per week at one of two locations – one in East Brunswick (K-8 aftercare program) and one in Highland Park (daycare and preschool). Days are flexible.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

– Homework help

– Supervising play

– Following direction from supervisor

Interested?

Email a short cover letter explaining why you are interested and your resume to cdcatparker@gmail.com to set up an interview.

Posted 8/21/19

The Best Part Time Job You Will Ever Have in College!

Temple Sholom, an egalitarian conservative synagogue in Bridgewater, NJ is looking to hire a compassionate and dynamic individual to work with a child with special needs in their religious school classroom. 

This individual should have some experience working with children with special needs and can connect with children on their level. So brush up on your Lady Gaga and Kesha. Your main focus will be to build a relationship with this child, motivate and refocus them when needed.  We ask that you also be available to the classroom teacher as well as needed. Having a basic knowledge of Hebrew reading and prayer is a plus. 

Job requires individuals to be available on Wednesday afternoons from 4:15pm-6:30pm and Sunday Mornings from 9:15am-12:00pm. This is a nine month position, September to May. If interested, or if you know someone who would be a great fit for this position, please forward your resume to Ilene Cohen at ilenecohen@temple-sholom.net 

Posted 8/15/19

Congregation Beth Israel, an egalitarian Conservative synagogue in Scotch Plains, NJ seeks creative, collaborative and enthusiastic people to help us fill a few positions this year: Religious School teachers, High Holiday Program Leaders, and Youth Advisors. Share your love of Jewish life with our kids!
Religious School Teachers: 
Our ideal teacher has teaching experience in the Jewish or secular world, in either formal or informal settings, and looks forward to using their skills to make Judaism come alive for our  students. Candidates should have a strong Jewish background and preferably a comfort level with Conservative Jewish practices and customs, as well as experience working with children and excellent classroom/group management skills. Teachers are expected to collaborate to create lessons and activities that engage students in Jewish life and exploration of Jewish identity. School is in session on Sundays 8:45 AM – 12:00PM, and Wednesdays 4 – 6:15PM. We offer competitive pay starting at $40/hour and mentorship to help you grow in your skills as an educator.
High Holiday Youth Program Leaders: 
During High Holidays CBI runs parallel programming for kids in grades K-6, each grade in a separate classroom.  With programmatic support from the Director, we are looking for leaders to run engaging holiday-related programming for kids, in 2.5 hour shifts on Rosh Hashanah (Days 1 and 2) and Yom Kippur (morning and evening).  We pay $100/shift, and expect to meet at least once beforehand.
Youth Advisor:
We’re looking for an energetic, engaging, and fun individual to help lead four to five youth activities during the year for elementary and middle school-aged children, as well as work with our high school leaders to plan programming for their peers. Activities can include trips such as seeing the GIANTS play and programs in the synagogue like cooking challenges and will occur on Saturday evenings after Shabbat and on Sunday afternoons after Religious School. Responsibilities include planning events in coordination with synagogue staff, recruiting participants to the events, and chaperoning. Competitive pay for monthly programming; extra pay given for staffing weekend retreats.  Knowledge and experience with USY a plus.  
Inclusion Aide:
In our Religious School there are a number of students who need a little extra attention and help.  The Inclusion Aide is there to partner with the teacher, parents and students to support them and help to make sure that all of our students can participate in our programming, preferably alongside their peers in class.  The Inclusion Aide works with 1-3 students at a time either inside or outside of the classroom, Sundays 8:45 AM – 12:00PM, and Wednesdays 4 – 6:15PM. Hebrew and/or Jewish background is a plus, though not required. Experience working with kids with special needs is also a plus.  Pay is competitive and based on experience, starting at $20/hour.
For all of these positions, please send a resume to Lev Metz, Director of Congregation Learning and Engagement at lev@cbisp.org.

 

Posted 8/15/19

Babysitter Position Available!
Part-time babysitting as needed. Two kids well-behaved kids, 8 and 11, and a super sweet dog. Ability to speak Hebrew and help with homework a plus, but not required. Located in South Orange.
Please contact Kenny Grossman at 646-866-3794. Thank you!

 

Posted 8/14/19

Discover the Joy of being a Hospice Volunteer

If you have a warm heart, a listening ear, and the gift of compassion, you can make a difference in the life of a hospice patient or family member.  VNA Health Group is offering training for all individuals interested in becoming hospice volunteers in several counties throughout New Jersey.

There are many rewards and opportunities available to hospice volunteers though home visitation, companionship, administrative support, pet therapy, or phone calls from our office.

Training will be provided by members of the VNAHG Hospice team on 3 consecutive : Mondays September 9th,  16th, and 23rd, from 10 am till 3:00pm at VNA Health Group, 23 Main Street, Suite D1 Holmdel, NJ. Volunteers must attend all 3 sessions.

Advanced registration is required, please call Pauline De Palma, BSW  (732) 224-6933   

For more information about VNAHG volunteer services visit www.vnahg.org

Posted 8/14/19