Jobs & Internships
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Teaching Positions at Beth El
Beth El is looking for teachers for our Jewish Learning Center (JLC). Our JLC runs Wednesday afternoons and Sunday mornings. We are looking for individuals who are creative, communicative, and excited to work with our students. Responsibilities include lesson planning, classroom management, and student engagement. Interested candidates should email Sydney Fox at email@example.com and Rabbi Olitzky at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on 12/21/2023
Teaching Positions at Nefesh Yehudi Academy
Open positions for teaching or substitute teaching at Nefesh Yehudi Academy. We have K-5th grade, Monday through Thursday 3-5pm at Young Israel in East Brunswick. There are occasional longer days. If interested, contact email@example.com
Posted on 12/18/2023
Come work at a URJ 6 Points Specialty Camp
URJ 6 Points Specialty Camps consist of 3 great Reform Jewish camps, located across the United States, that attract campers and staff from all parts of North America (and beyond). These elite specialty sleepaway camps focus on sports, science & technology, and the arts, respectively. URJ 6 Points Sports Academy is in Asheville, NC, URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy is in Byfield, MA, and URJ 6 Points Creative Arts Academy is in Westchester, PA. When attending or working at URJ Specialty camps, campers and staff are surrounded by those with similar passions and get to immerse themselves together in these interests. Staff get the special opportunity to learn how to coach and mentor others in their chosen field while continuing to grow alongside campers. While each camp is unique, all 3 camps have wonderful communities in which children, teens, and adults have found a home.
Why work for URJ 6 Points Specialty Camps?
- Professional Development: When you work at our camps, you develop skills that will enhance your job marketability such as communication, collaboration, problem-solving, empathy, and work ethic. In addition, you will gain knowledge in the specialties of the camp in which you work.
- Sports and Athletics at Sports Academy
- Science and Technology at Sci-Tech Academy
- A wide range of arts at Creative Arts Academy
- Working at camp is FUN: Trade in sitting at an office desk for immersive activities and business casual for your favorite t-shirt! Camp is a place where you are encouraged to be yourself while participating in all the fun activities camp has to offer. Staff get to create fun and meaningful moments by assisting in activities based on your hobbies and passions. You will be a fun role model for campers and make friendships with your co-workers that will last a lifetime.
- Be part of a Reform Jewish community: At URJ 6 Points Specialty Camps, staff come to us from a variety of backgrounds and can find their own path on their Jewish journey. Living in an immersive Jewish community offers our staff the opportunity to strengthen their Jewish identities in ways that are meaningful to them because Judaism is woven into daily programing at camp. Each week, Shabbat is celebrated as well as daily rituals throughout the day. Non-Jewish staff are also important members of our camp communities and are encouraged to participate in learning about a culture different from their own.
We are looking for college students who are hard workers, passionate, and have experience working with children or teens to help staff our camps for the upcoming summer in the following positions:
Counselor: Counselors are directly responsible for the health, safety, and well-being of all campers in their dorm group, a counselor has day-to-day involvement with each camper as an individual and with the entire group. Counselors work all over camp in positions that align with their strengths and professional goals from assisting to creating and leading activities throughout the day at camp.
Social Media and Communication Manager: The social media and communications manager’s role is to show the broader camp community what is going on at camp. This person is responsible for curating and maintaining social media content for the camp community, along with the camp blog, and works with the camp staff.
Photographer: The photographer is responsible for taking, organizing, and uploading daily photos, for making weekly/session 10-minute slideshows set to music, and for working with the Camp Directors to produce and edit photos for promotional use throughout the year.
Videographer: The videographer is responsible for taking video footage around camp. The videographer then uses footage for making weekly/session videos set to music, short videos for special days each session, and for working with the Camp Directors to produce promotional videos for use throughout the year.
Logistics/programming team members: Logistics/programming team members are responsible for the behind-the-scenes that keep camp running smoothly, as well as, writing and leading some programming. The position requires flexibility to handle various tasks, working independently and part of a team.
Leadership Team Members: The role of leadership team members is to guide and lead camp in a variety of areas. This position requires a well-developed sense of responsibility with good judgment and common sense. Leadership team members should be patient, compassionate, and approachable, serving as a mentor for all counselors and staff. Listening skills and conflict resolution skills are essential. Dedication to learning and living camp’s Jewish values is paramount to success.
Posted on 11/6/2023
7th Grade Religious School Teacher at East Brunswick Jewish Center
East Brunswick Jewish Center is looking for a 7th grade Religious School teacher for Sunday mornings, 9am – 11:30am and Wednesdays, 4:15pm – 6:15pm (willing to have two teachers splitting the days). Competitive salary. If you are interested please contact Rabbi Larry Brandspiegel at 732-257-7070.
Posted on 9/6/2023
Teaching Position at Temple B’nai Or in Morristown, NJ
Temple B’nai Or, a thriving and growing Reform synagogue in Morristown NJ, is looking for teachers who would love to create lasting relationships with our families and work with our senior staff and teachers in their passionate mission to make Jewish life and learning meaningful, engaging and fun for all our families.
We are seeking experienced Judaic and Hebrew teachers for elementary and High School classes.
Our K-6 students meet on Sunday morning 9:00-11:30. and Wed. and/or Thurs afternoon 4:30-5:30. Our Middle/High school meets on Monday evening 6:30-8:00.
We would love to welcome into our community teachers who are enthusiastic about engaging and inspiring children, pay range is $55-75 (commensurate with experience). We would love to speak with you
For more information, please email educationdir@
Posted on 8/29/2023
Family Enrichment Coordinator at Temple Emeth in Teaneck, NJ
Family Enrichment Coordinator Position
Temple Emeth, a Reform congregation in Teaneck, NJ, seeks a dynamic individual to serve as the inaugural coordinator of our family enrichment program, which we call Emeth Kesher–Emeth Connection. This is a part-time position, approximately 8 hours per week.
Position Overview: Temple Emeth has closed its Religious School program and has established a collaboration with Temple Sinai in Tenafly for K-7 formal Jewish education. With this change comes a new mandate to cultivate Temple Emeth as a place for vibrant social and tikkun olam programming for families with elementary- and middle-school aged children. This position is ideal for someone who is looking for a first-time leadership position in the Jewish community. The Family Enrichment Coordinator will report to Rabbi Steven Sirbu.
● Preparation and coordination of twice-monthly family enrichment programs
● Nurturing and motivating members of a newly-formed committee to support this programming
● Publicity for programs, including direct email, texting, and maintenance of a dedicated webpage on the Temple’s website.
● Networking with families to create enthusiasm about the programs
● Serving as an advisor in our collaborative Junior Youth Group program with Temple Sinai
Qualifications and Experience:
● Experience working with elementary and middle school students and/or parents
● Love of Judaism and familiarity with Reform Jewish customs
● Self-motivated and able to work independently
● High School Diploma
Salary: $8,000 (September 1 through June 23)
Application Instructions: Submit résumé and cover letter to Temple Administrator Suzannah Mercado at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on 8/25/2023
Assistant Director of Youth & Teen Engagement (PT) Temple Sinai of Roslyn, New York
Job Title: Part-time Assistant Director of Youth & Teen Engagement (25 hours per week)
Location: Temple Sinai of Roslyn, Roslyn Heights, NY
About Temple Sinai of Roslyn:
Temple Sinai of Roslyn is a thriving Reform Jewish congregation located in the vibrant community of Roslyn. Committed to fostering a warm and inclusive environment, the temple offers a wide range of spiritual, educational, and social opportunities for individuals of all ages. We take pride in our strong sense of community and our dedication to providing enriching experiences for our members. Here at Temple Sinai, we have created a thriving and meaningful Jewish “community” in the true sense of the word. We are truly proud of who we are: Temple Sinai, where every heart has a home. We hope you’ll join us.
About SULAM, Temple Sinai of Roslyn’s Youth & Teen Department:
Temple Sinai of Roslyn has one of the premier teen programs in Long Island. Over 130 teens actively participate in our wide variety of creative programs that range from community service opportunities to leadership and advocacy education, to cooking ranging from community service, to leadership, to fantasy football, and more, all through a Jewish lens! Teens join us on a weekly or monthly basis to enhance their Jewish education, repair the world, and feel connected to the community in a safe and welcoming environment. In addition to regularly occurring programs, teens have numerous opportunities to join us for one-off social experiences and our incredible teen trips. Our program also includes opportunities for junior youth group activities, where pre-teens get an early taste of the fun with support from our teen leaders who help plan great experiences for them! Temple Sinai of Roslyn puts the Youth and Teen department at the heart of our institution.
Temple Sinai of Roslyn is seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic Part-time Assistant Director of Youth & Teen Engagement to join our team. This pivotal support role involves providing essential administrative support while actively contributing to the development and execution of exciting youth group programs and teen initiatives inside our Temple Sinai building and beyond. In addition to the specific tasks outlined below the ideal candidate for this position is someone who is excited to collaborate with and support the Director of Youth & Teen Engagement in the full scope of the work.
Junior Youth Group Programming:
- Collaborate with the Director of Youth & Teen Engagement and designated teen leaders to plan, organize, publicize, and facilitate engaging programs and events for our four junior youth groups, divided by gender and age.
- Help Coordinate and staff Youth High Holiday Activities for grades K-6 on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
- Assist in facilitating weekly and monthly teen programs, including the management of our teen interns.
- Provide support to teen leadership during temple-wide events involving youth and teens.
- Provide general support to the Director of Youth and Teen Engagement as needed.
Administrative Support and Communication:
- Handle administrative tasks related to youth and teen engagement, such as maintaining attendance records, managing event logistics, handling preliminary vendor communications, and overseeing registrations.
- Create and maintain youth and teen rosters and engagement tracking data.
- Collaborate with the Director of Youth & Teen Engagement and the temple’s communications professional to promote youth and teen events through various formal channels, including quarterly newsletters and the temple website.
- Support the management of and regular content creation for teen social media accounts to increase exposure for youth group and teen programming, particularly through Instagram, Snapchat and Tik Tok.
The Ideal Candidate Has:
- High school diploma or equivalent; a College or Graduate degree in Jewish Studies, Education, or a related field preferred.
- Experience working with youth or teens in a community, educational, or religious setting.
- Excellent organizational and time management skills, with the ability to handle multiple tasks and deadlines.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build rapport with youth, parents, and staff members.
- Proficiency with social media content creation.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office and other basic computer applications.
Salary, Schedule, and Benefits:
This position is a part-time, ten month, salaried position. The salary is $25,000 with opportunity for additional compensation.
It is estimated/intended to necessitate approximately 25 hours weekly and it is understood that this will vary during the course of the year; at certain times of the year and as circumstances may demand, the workload will be heavier and conversely, at other times the workload will be lighter. Youth group programming takes place in the afternoons and evenings on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, Sundays from 10-3, and one Saturday evening each month. Schedule is flexible on days with no programming, and there are opportunities for additional hours with additional compensation for specific events and trips.
- A playful, fun, and creative working environment within a dynamic and welcoming community.
- Opportunities for great professional development, mentoring, and skill-building in the fields of Youth & Teen engagement and Jewish life.
- 5 PTO days
- Opportunities to staff domestic and international trips.
How to Apply: Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to Dina Kwasnicki, Director of Youth & Teen Engagement at Dkwasnicki@mysinai.org
Please use the subject line “Part-time Assistant to the Director of Youth & Teen Engagement Application.”
Posted on 8/23/2023
Hebrew Teacher Need at Or Hadash/White Meadow Temple in Rockaway, NJ
The Jewish Learning Center at Or Hadash/White Meadow Temple is looking for a Hebrew teacher for grades 3 and 5. Hours are Sundays 10am – 12pm and Wednesdays 5pm – 6pm.
If interested, please contact email@example.com
Posted on 8/23/2023
Teaching Position at Temple Sinai in Summit, NJ
Temple Sinai’s Religious School is growing!!
Seeking talented lovely people interested in teaching at a joyful, creative Hebrew school on Sunday mornings! Excellent pay and a very supportive work environment!!
Temple Sinai is a warm and authentic Reform congregation housed in a beautiful, homey building in the sweet town of Summit, NJ — an easy drive or train ride from Manhattan and a 40 minute drive from New Brunswick. We welcome teachers from all Jewish backgrounds.
Our school has grown to the extent that we now need to have multiple classes per grade, so we are looking to add Judaica teachers to be with us from 9-11 on Sunday mornings.
Pay is $60 per hour. Annual salary includes one paid absence and teachers are compensated for faculty meetings. College students welcome to apply.
Contact Rabbi Shira Gluck if interested: rabbigluck@
Posted on 8/16/2023
Teaching Position at Temple Har Shalom in Warren, NJ
Temple Har Shalom, a warm and welcoming Reform Jewish congregation in Warren (Somerset County), NJ, is looking for teachers!
We are looking for teachers for our Sunday morning Religious School program, which is open to students from pre-school through grade 6. We currently have openings for one teacher of grade 2 and one or two Hebrew/Judaic studies teachers – for grades 3 – 6.
Our ideal candidate will be warm and enthusiastic, both knowledgeable in and eager to learn more in their desired subject area, passionate about helping students learn and enjoy learning – plus all of the usual good things – prompt, responsible, hardworking, and able to work well with a team. Experience preferred, but love training new teachers!
Our Sunday program runs from 9am to 12 pm; teachers are expected to arrive at least fifteen minutes before class begins, and there are a handful of meetings and trainings over the course of the year as well.
A small transportation subsidy may be available, if needed.
Please let us know, when applying, which grade level most appeals to you. We would love to speak with you!
Resume and letter of interest, as well as any questions, should be emailed to Heather Schweizer, Director of Religious School and Youth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on 8/14/2023
Teaching Position at Temple Emanu-El Religious School in Westfield, NJ
Temple Emanu-El Religious School located in Westfield, New Jersey is seeking teachers for Sundays beginning in September 2023.
We are looking for enthusiastic and captivating teachers with a Judaic background for Sunday mornings from 8:45-10:45 am to teach 1st and 2nd Grades.
Interested candidates are invited to reach out to Emily Halpern, Acting Director of Youth Learning and Engagement at email@example.com
Posted on 8/11/2023
Hebrew School Tutor for Grade Schoolers
A local parent is seeking someone who would enjoy teaching a small group of kids (5 kids, ages 7-9) about Jewish holidays, culture, and traditions. Tutoring would take place in Highland Park.
If interested, please contact Andrea Alexander: 848-932-0556 or
Posted on 8/9/2023
1:1 Special Education Paraprofessional for Religious School (3rd-6th grade) Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple Religious School | New Brunswick, NJ
Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple, a Reform synagogue in Central New Jersey, is seeking a part-time 1:1 Special Education Paraprofessional as we prepare for the 2023-24/5784 school year on Saturday mornings and Tuesday afternoons.
Anshe Emeth’s Religious School provides a quality Jewish education for students Pre-K through 12th grade. Our clergy, professional staff, and temple members share their commitment to education and the celebration of Jewish life. Our curriculum emphasizes God, Torah, and the people of Israel through the study of Jewish religious practice and prayers, holiday and customs, history, Hebrew and a commitment to Kol Israel. Our inclusivity program, known as Kulanu, is nationally recognized by Matan and has been part of our school for more than 30 years as we strive to meet the needs of each student and family, supporting them and creating learning approaches so everyone is fully involved in the learning community at AEMT.
AEMT Religious School Goals:
Learners of all ages will be on personal and communal journeys toward lives that are…
- … guided by Jewish ethics, values, and ideals
- … lived meaningfully through Jewish practice and tradition.
- … actively engaged with our congregational community as well as K’lal Yisrael and Eretz Yisrael.
We believe that:
Jewish tradition is a rich and deep sourcebook that guides, informs and illuminates, and directs the way people understand the world and make decisions. That Jewish tradition records many paths people have taken in search of connection to God and Godliness. That Am Yisrael constitutes ever broadening circles, beginning with family and moving through synagogue, local Jewish community and the Jewish world community. It comprises the Jewish people today and throughout history. That Eretz Yisrael encompasses the land, state and people of Israel, both today and throughout history. That Hebrew is the universal language of Am Yisrael and, therefore, is necessary in order to have full access to Jewish Peoplehood.
We aim to inspire our students to live Jewishly with this understanding in mind. Please click the link below to read more about Anshe Emeth.
AEMTRS is looking for an experienced paraprofessional to work on Tuesday afternoons, and Saturday mornings, as a 1:1 aide. This role will provide individualized classroom support helping the learner with appropriate direction when needed. Work hours will be on Tuesday afternoon from 4:30-6pm, and Saturday mornings from 9:30am-12:15pm, beginning September 9th, and concluding on May 18th. Staff are asked to arrive 15 minutes before the school day begins. A school calendar with days off for Jewish and secular holidays will be provided during staff orientation.
- Previous experience teaching or working with children
- Available on Saturday mornings and Tuesday afternoons from September ’22 to May ’23
- Background or experience with ABA, SEL, Special Education, or related roles such as Social Worker, Behaviorist, Psychologist, Therapist, Inclusivity Consultant, Curriculum Manager, and/or School Counselor
- Provide one-to-one support and assistance to a child with special needs during Religious School classes
- Foster an inclusive and supportive learning environment for the child
- Implement strategies and accommodations to meet the unique needs of the child
- Collaborate with the teacher and Director of Education to implement individualized educational plans
- Assist the child with tasks such as classroom activities, social interactions, and personal care, as required
- Monitor the child’s progress and communicate regularly with the educational team and family
- Maintain confidentiality and respect the privacy of the child and their family.
An hourly salary will be set based on previous experience and skill set. Payroll is once a month from the start of the school year in September until the end in May. Sick time is included and vacation time is encouraged during regular school breaks in the fall, winter, and spring.
An Invitation to Apply:
Please email a resume and personal statement (optional) to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line, “1:1 Paraprofessional Application,” and we will follow up to schedule an interview. If you have any questions about this position or would like to connect further, please utilize the same email.
Posted on 8/3/2023
USY Advisor at the Princeton Jewish Center
as a USY Advisor at the Princeton Jewish Center. This position involves working with high school-aged students, providing guidance and support in a vibrant and engaging environment within our United Synagogue Youth (USY) chapter.
1. Organize and facilitate diverse and meaningful programs and events for USY members that align with their interests and spiritual growth.
2. Cultivate a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere within the USY chapter, ensuring all members feel valued and connected to their Jewish community.
3. Provide a supportive and approachable presence for USY members.
4. Promote and maintain open communication with USY members’ parents or guardians to keep them informed and engaged in the youth group’s activities.
5. Ensure the safety and well-being of all participants during events, trips, and activities.
6. Utilize various communication platforms to promote USY events and enhance member engagement.
7. Maintain accurate records of attendance, program evaluations, and feedback to assess the success of events and inform future planning.
1. A genuine passion for working with high school-aged students and fostering their spiritual and personal development.
2. Exceptional organizational and program planning skills to create enriching experiences for diverse interests and backgrounds.
3. Strong communication and interpersonal abilities to build rapport with USY members, parents, clergy, and fellow advisors.
4. Previous experience in youth leadership, educational settings, or working with teens is highly desirable.
5. Capacity to work collaboratively as part of a team and individually to achieve objectives.
Posted on 8/3/2023
Kadima Advisor at the Princeton Jewish Center
team as a Kadima Advisor at the Princeton Jewish Center. This position involves working with students in first through seventh grade, providing guidance and support in a dynamic and engaging environment.
1. Plan and execute a variety of fun and educational events for Kadima members, catering to the interests and needs of students in the specified age range.
2. Foster a positive and inclusive atmosphere within the youth group, ensuring all members feel welcome and valued.
3. Actively engage with students, encouraging their participation and helping them develop social and leadership skills.
4. Ensure the safety and well-being of all participants during events and activities.
5. Assist in promoting Kadima events through various channels to increase participation and involvement.
6. Maintain accurate records of attendance and feedback from events for reporting and future planning.
7. Report to and work closely with Youth Director.
1. A strong passion for working with children and youth, with a focus on students in first through seventh grade.
2. Excellent organizational and event planning skills to create engaging activities for diverse age groups.
3. Effective communication and interpersonal skills to connect with students, parents, and other team members.
4. Demonstrated leadership experience, preferably in a youth or educationalsetting.
5. Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team and independently to accomplish objectives.
6. Flexibility in work hours to accommodate evening and weekend events.
Posted on 8/3/2023
Teaching Position at Adath Shalom in Morris Plains
Posted on 7/20/2023
Hebrew School Teaching Position at Temple B'nai Shalom in East Brunswick
Temple B’nai Shalom in East Brunswick is looking for a Hebrew school teacher for grades 5-6. Topics will include about prayers, holidays, parsha of the week, and Israel.
The Hebrew School meets on Sunday mornings, 9:00 – 10:30 am, and on Wednesday afternoons on Zoom, 4-5 pm. The pay range is $35-$40/hour.
If interested, please contact Barbara Reiss at 732.390.7434
Posted on 7/10/2023
Religious School Teachers at Congregation B’nai Tikvah
Talented Religious School Teachers invited. If you are passionate about Judaism and would like to share your joy with our children, we are the place for you! Congregation B’nai Tikvah is growing. Young families have been joining our religious school thanks to our immersive Jewish experiences for students from 3-12 years old.
We are looking to hire teachers who will nurture our children’s love for Judaism with kindness and empathy and help to create once in a lifetime Jewish memories. Inspired by our values and our rich tradition, our instructors teach basic Hebrew, encourage a love of Israel , and inspire our students’ celebration of our holidays. Our students will learn about gratitude and Tzedakah through prayer. If you have any specialized skills in music or the arts, please let us know.
Congregation B’nai Tikvah is a Conservative egalitarian congregation, and we welcome all Jewish families, regardless of affiliation.
Religious School classes meet in-person on Sunday mornings from 9am -12 noon, and on Wednesdays from 4:30pm – 6:30pm.
Please contact Lesley at 732-297-0696 or Lesley@bnaitikvah.org
Posted on 6/28/2023
Assistant Education Director and Operations Administrator- Shomrei Emunah
This position is an integral part of the life of the Synagogue, supporting the Office of the Rabbi, the Education Department and the Operations functions. It requires excellent organizational skills, the ability to work independently on assignments, and a strong capability as an event planner. This position requires someone with the flexibility and capability of working independently on projects, and providing administrative support to the Congregation’s leaders. To be successful in this position, you must have an ability to engage with staff and volunteers, have excellent computer skills and have a knowledge of Jewish life and the Jewish calendar.
As a key member of the staff, you will provide critical administrative and project support to the Rabbi, the Education Director and the Operations Director. This position is the nerve center of the Synagogue, ensuring that the synagogue delivers the services and programs needed by the adults and children of the community.
You will have direct engagement with congregants and children; key to the success of this position is to be able to create a warm and welcoming environment for Shomrei Emunah’s community.
This is a full time position: Monday -Thursday 10:00-6:00 and 9:30-12:30 on Saturdays. As the event planner, attendance is also required at evening and weekend Synagogue events up to 4 hours per week.
Strong planning, organizational, and time management skills with an ability to multitask, prioritize, take initiative, and follow through
Proven prior administrative experience
Proven proficiency in Microsoft Office, Google Workspace,and database software
Ability to work with technology and learn new software such as Rakefet, and LucidPress
Excellent oral communications and rapport building skills. Ability to collaborate regularly with congregants and clergy, often about sensitive or emotional situations
Familiarity with Jewish holidays, rituals, and customs or willingness to learn is highly desirable
Hebrew proficiency is an advantage
Two years prior experience as an Executive Assistance, event planner, or the equivalent.
To apply, contact Ehud Klinger: (973) 746-5031, email@example.com
Teaching Opportunities at Temple Sinai of Bergen County
Do you believe Judaism should be taught through joy? Would you rather be the guide on the side instead of the sage on the stage? Are you a passionate, creative, dynamic, and forward-thinking educator? If yes, you might be a great fit at Temple Sinai of Bergen County’s (a Reform congregation) reimagined Religious School in Tenafly, New Jersey!
We are looking for Sunday (9-11:30 am) and Tuesday (4-5:30 pm) Judaic and Hebrew teachers with possible online options for Hebrew on Wednesdays for our 23-24 school year—multiple grade opportunities, including Music. The salary range starts at $65/hour. Negotiable based on qualifications. If interested, please contact Guy Ratki at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let’s talk!
Non-Profit Administrator – Part Time at Perrineville Jewish Center
20 hours/week – 75% Work from home
Perrineville, NJ 08535
– Oversee communications with membership including
– Weekly Constant Contact updates
– Social media, website and email updates
– Serve as a resource for board and volunteer committees
– Engage volunteers providing support where applicable
– Coordinate efforts of committees to optimize volunteer’s effectiveness
– Liaise among committees and Board of Directors
– Provide on-site supervision for repair and maintenance vendors
– Coordinate scheduling of activities for all groups
– Serve as central purchasing agent
– Monitor and oversee security cameras and alarm system
Skills – Must have
– Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher)
– Constant Contact email administration
– Zoom administration and management
– Good communication and people skills
Skills – Nice to have
– Manage expenses and budgets
– Logistics planning for programs/events
– Canva design software
– ShulCloud Synagogue Administration
Send resume or CV to Larry Cohen – email@example.com
Sunday School Teachers at Congregation Beth El
Looking for: Sunday School Teachers
Sundays 9:00 -12:00 am and
Wednesdays 3:45-6:00 pm
Starting: September 2023 through May 2024
Salary: Starts at $50/hour, commensurate with experience
Who are we looking for? College students, recent college graduates with a passion for teaching, Judaism, and kids!
Congregation Beth El, a progressive and inclusive Conservative synagogue in South Orange, New Jersey, is looking for dynamic, warm, and creative Jewish educators for our innovative Jewish Learning Center. Our school emphasizes a compassionate approach to instruction using social, emotional, and spiritual learning guideposts. We have openings in a number of grades including Hebrew learning specialists in both one and two-day positions.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to Education Director, Nomi
Kornfeld at firstname.lastname@example.org. Teacher applicants should briefly
describe their teaching style in the cover letter.
Education Administrative Assistant Temple Sholom - Bridgewater, NJ
Temple Sholom, an egalitarian conservative synagogue in Bridgewater, NJ has served the larger Bridgewater area for decades. We offer numerous educational and worship opportunities, social and cultural events, and community-oriented activities for members of all ages. We are looking for a warm and welcoming Administrative Assistant to join our Education Department team.
The Administrative Assistant reports directly to the Director of Youth Education & Engagement. In this position, the person is the welcoming “face” of the Education Department and needs to be highly organized and a strong communicator with the ability to multitask.
This individual must be comfortable in a fast-paced environment, able to work independently and operate with a high attention to detail. A great deal of flexibility and a “can-do” attitude are essential to meet the needs of a large community.
Temple Sholom is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30 am-5:30 pm, Wednesdays- 11:00 am – 7:00 pm during the school year and 9:30am-5:30pm during the summer and 3 Sunday mornings during the school year which are the first two Sundays of the school year and Purim Extravaganza morning in the spring.
Days and Hours are flexible except for Wednesday afternoons during the school year.
This is a part time hourly position, 24 hours per week on average. Along with reporting to the Director of Youth Education & Engagement, you shall dedicate 2 hours per week to our clergy’s needs.
$20 per hour
Essential Responsibilities, including but not limited to the following
- Assist the Director of Youth Education and Engagement with logistics, such as planning all youth and family programming, including but not limited to books, educational supplies, transportation, food, paper goods, emails etc.
- Meet weekly meetings with the director of youth education and engagement for educational planning purposes for the department
- Complete and submit bi-weekly payroll for staff, including teachers and youth advisors, including paperwork for new hires
- Submit for all expenses for the religious school and the youth groups
- Shop for food and supplies for programming when needed, including bagel breakfast and pizza dinners
- Order books and school supplies as needed and organize basic supplies
- Assist teachers in organizing supplies for their lessons
- Organize student registrations
- Prepare documents, spreadsheets and other forms using Microsoft Office Suite and Rakefet management software.
- Create and maintain class lists
- Assemble orientation and welcome packets for staff and students
- Input and organize parent, teacher and youth advisor email addresses into Constant Contact in the appropriate categories
- Edit and send out weekly communications through Constant Contact
- Create monthly attendance sheets
- Update school and youth group calendars
Please send your resume to Ilene Cohen, Director of Youth Education and Engagement at email@example.com
College Student Needed to Teach Religious School Sundays
Neve Shalom in Metuchen needs a student to teach a 1st/2nd grade class on Sundays from 9am-12pm, beginning in September.
If you enjoy working with children, have classroom management skills, are organized, are knowledgeable in reading/writing Hebrew, the weekly Torah portion, and Jewish chagim, please apply!
We are a small school with small class sizes, and we offer a competitive salary.
Contact Miriam Dobin at firstname.lastname@example.org or (732) 548-2238 ext 13 to apply.
Program Associate at the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life
Located in Jackson, Mississippi, the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life (ISJL) supports, connects, and celebrates Jewish life in the South.
Become an ISJL Program Associate!
- Work with us in a two-year, full-time, paid position with benefits
- Learn on-the-job professional skills and engage in hands-on work
- Develop curriculum and run original educational programming
- Lead worship services, all-family events, teacher workshops, conference sessions, and more
- Meet people from across the South
To apply, send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com
For more information, visit www.isjl.org/isjl-program-associates
Student Brand Manager Remote Job at Arbor
The Student Brand Manager is a part-time role that exists to help Arbor launch our remote biographer service into communities around the United States. This includes everything from community engagement planning and execution, to tracking success metrics, and contributing to our Community Go-To-Market Playbook that can be used to launch into other communities.
The Student Brand Manager is a results-oriented salesperson with a passion for storytelling, is interested in going from vision to execution. The role is great for someone who is motivated by bringing people together and driving excitement for a shared purpose. The Student Brand Manager has a track record of setting and meeting goals, flawlessly executing in-person and virtual events, and excellent communication skills.
This role is great for someone with an excitement toward bringing people together, an interest in family history, and a craving for community and connection.
Arbor offers an incredible opportunity for those interested in getting viable experience in a fast-growing start up: we encourage all to apply!
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ISJL Seeking Program Associates for 2023-2025
ISJL is looking for enthusiastic recent college grads up for two years of adventure, impact, and Jewish community-building.
Support, connect, and celebrate Jewish Life in the South
That’s the ISJL’s mission – and we’re currently hiring two-year ISJL Program Associate positions to help provide every Jewish child in the South with an excellent Jewish education, no matter where they live or the size of their religious school.
Receive extensive training and hands-on experience
ISJL Program Associates are based in our office in Jackson, Mississippi, and travel all over the South visiting vibrant southern Jewish communities. This is a two-year, full-time position. On-the-job training is provided, as well as salary, expenses, and benefits.
Not only are these immersive two years dynamic and inspiring, but also the connections forged have a lifelong impact. Our alumni have gone on to serve as educators (Jewish and secular), rabbis, cantors, communal leaders, lawyers, doctors, and more!