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Below are some helpful links for finding Jewish day schools and open teaching positions across the country.
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Seeking middle elementary school Judaic studies teacher for Fall 2013. Education degree and experience working with children required. K-8, diverse and progressive Jewish Day School in Downtown Brooklyn, NY. Email resume to: Phyllis Sussman, Judaic Studies Coordinator, Hannah Senesh Community Day School email@example.com. To learn more about school visit the web site at www.hannahsenesh.org.
The Akiva School in Nashville, TN, has several open positions in their elementary school. More information>>
Brandeis Hillel Day School's San Francisco campus has openings in Judaic Studies and Hebrew language in both elementary (K-5) and middle school (6-8). As the middle school head I have the great pleasure of working with an exceptionally talented and dedicated faculty and staff. It is a very exciting time in the life of Brandeis Hillel as we manage to maintain full enrollment, have great vigor among our faculty and community, and seek to elevate our Judaic Studies and Hebrew program to the next level. Our school has recently gone through a visioning process and articulated goals in each of five broad areas: B'Tzelem Elohim (in the image of God), Torat Yisrael (The Torah of the Jewish People), Klal Yisrael (The People of Israel), Yisrael (The Land of Israel), Ivrit (Hebrew, The Language of the Jewish People and of Israel). Brandeis Hillel is poised to move forward, guided by this work, and it is a moment of great opportunity at our school. Suitable candidates should send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Akiva Community Day School is looking for Judaic Studies and Ivrit Teachers for the 2013-2014 School Year
Akiva Community Day School located in Nashville, Tennessee has an opening for an energetic, creative, and skillful educator to join an incredible team of dynamic teachers. The successful candidate will have a strong background in Jewish Studies, Hebrew fluency, teaching experience, and a drive to teach Hebrew and Jewish thought to children overflowing with excitement and curiosity every day.
Akiva Community Day School is a Kindergarten through 6th grade school that is dedicated to providing its students with the opportunity to learn about, analyze, and develop their identity as Jews and Americans in the world. Nestled in the heart of Nashville, TN, the school is dedicated to academic excellence in both General and Judaic Studies, and is part of a community that upholds and supports this city’s crown jewel. Applicants should be committed to teaching Ivrit B’Ivrit, skilled at their craft, and open to a wide range of teaching and learning styles. Experience with the Tal-Am curriculum a plus. We are looking for someone with a passion for what they do and a commitment to strong communication with teachers, students, and parents.
We look forward to meeting and speaking with any qualified candidate. We encourage interested applicants to review the attached information, send in a resume, call the school, and visit our website at www.akivanashville.net. Please feel free to approach us with any questions about the school and the Nashville community. If interested, please contact Daniella Pressner, Director of Jewish studies by phone at (615) 432-2553 or via email at email@example.com.
Congregation Dorshei Tzedek, a dynamic Reconstructionist synagogue in West Newton, is seeking teachers to join our faculty for the 5774 school year.
Are you creative and innovative? Well organized? Do you aim for excellence? Do you want to share your Jewish learning and love of Judaism? Then we may be the school for you. We have openings both for our Shabbat B'yachad program (Gr.K-3) which meets on Saturday mornings, 10-noon, and our Beit Midrash program (Gr.4-6) which meets on Tu/Th from 3:45-5:45.
Salary is competitive, based on experience. To apply, please email your resume to Annette Lawson, Education Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lower School Classroom Teacher; Krieger Schechter Day School, Baltimore, MD
Krieger Schechter Day School, a kindergarten through eighth grade dual-language school, seeks a Lower School teacher for all General Studies subject areas. This teacher will work with a grade-level team to develop curriculum and coordinate grade level initiatives, and will have the opportunity to grow as part of a professional learning community. All Lower School teachers share in covering routine duties and attend weekly faculty meetings and other meetings as needed.
Desired qualities include strong interpersonal and classroom management skills, effective oral and written communication, technology integration, and experience with cooperative and differentiated instruction.
Formal training in lower school education (M.A. or M.A.T. preferred); Classroom experience at the lower school level (3+ years preferred); Demonstrated experience in teaching reading, using both phonetic and whole language methods; Demonstrated experience in teaching mathematics for both conceptual understanding and skills mastery.
To apply, send cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Elementary School Judaic Studies/Hebrew Teacher, Striar Hebrew Academy (SHAS)
The Striar Hebrew Academy is seeking a full time Judaic Studies/Hebrew teacher for the Elementary School. Applicant must have at least a B.A., preferably a Masters Degree, with training and experience in teaching elementary grades Judaic Studies, and fluency in Hebrew. This teacher will also serve as a Modern Orthodox role model for our students.
Striar Hebrew Academy is a dual curriculum Toddler-6 grade Modern Orthodox Jewish Day School in Sharon, MA providing excellence in Jewish education to the entire Jewish community. We offer an outstanding education in the joyous context of Torah and Ahavat Yisrael. We place equal emphasis on Judaic and general studies, helping our students develop a solid academic foundation in each. Our teaching and learning engage the full range of our student’s abilities, talents, and interests, providing them with the tools to explore and discover, as each child develops an integrated and confident sense of self.
Additional information about the school can be found at www.striarhebrew.org. Please email your resume with a cover letter explaining your qualifications and interest in the position to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seeking Hebrew/Judaic assistant teachers for grades 1-5 for Fall 2013. Education degree, experience working with children, and fluency in Hebrew language required. K-8, diverse and progressive Jewish Day School in Downtown Brooklyn. Email resume to: Nir Rikman, Hebrew Language Coordinator, Hannah Senesh Community Day School email@example.com. To learn more about school visit the website>>
Head of Lower School, Kreiger Schechter Day School, Baltimore, MD
BIMA and Genesis at Brandeis University give high school students the chance to explore new ideas, discover fresh forms of self-expression, and develop deep friendships within a pluralistic, supportive Jewish community. BIMA is an immersive summer arts program, offering dance, theater, visual arts, writing, and music (choral, chamber, jazz, and rock/pop). Genesis is an intensive program of experiential learning, intellectual inquiry, and community building, offering courses in law, science, world religions, innovation, journalism, and social entrepreneurship. Both programs bring together teens from diverse Jewish backgrounds from across North America, Israel, Russia and many other countries around the world. We offer generous need-based and merit scholarships. Daily morning options and Shabbat celebration are integral parts of both programs. Kosher dining is available at each meal. For more information: www.brandeis.edu/highschool or781-736-8416.Summer 2013 Dates:BIMA and Genesis: July 2-29
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AT BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
BIMA AND GENESIS Community EducatorsWe have openings for both BIMA and Genesis community educators for summer 2013. The team of Community Educators lives with the participants and is responsible for designing and implementing a curriculum of experiential learning. Genesis community educators facilitate "Expeditions" and the BIMA community educators facilitate an "Artists Beit Midrash." Both groups plan and lead t'fillot and other options on Shabbat. Community Educators are typically graduate students, rabbinical students, or professionals who have worked with high school students in Jewish experiential (and arts) settings. These are full-time residential positions, from June 24 through August 1, 2013.
Jewish and Community Life CoordinatorsWe have openings for two Jewish and Community Life Coordinators (JCLCs) for BIMA and Genesis. The JCLCs together oversee Jewish communal life and residential life, working closely with and providing guidance for the residential staff. These are full-time, residential positions from June 1 through August 9.
Group EducatorsThe Impact Boston Group Educators are residential educators and activists with a passion for service and Jewish service learning. The Group Educator works on site with the participants and is charged with the task of helping them integrate all of their various experiences into a deeper understanding of social action and service. This position is ideal for experienced, dynamic Jewish educators.
Full job descriptions and a staff application can be found on our website: http://www.brandeis.edu/highschool/employment/index.html
Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Boston is seeking a 6th and 8th grade Toshba/Tanakh teacher for for a maternity leave position starting in the fall of 2013. Please be in touch with Rabbi Scott Slarskey, firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AT THE OFFICE OF HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS: BIMA, GENESIS, AND IMPACT BOSTONCommunity Educators
We have openings for both BIMA and Genesis community educators for summer 2013. The team of Community Educators lives with the participants and is responsible for designing and implementing a curriculum of experiential learning. Community Educators are typically graduate students or professionals who have worked with high school students in Jewish experiential (and arts) settings. These are full-time residential positions, from June 24 through August 1, 2013.
Jewish and Community Life Coordinators
We have openings for two Jewish and Community Life Coordinators (JCLCs) for BIMA and Genesis. The JCLCs together oversee Jewish communal life and residential life, working closely with and providing guidance for the residential staff. These are full-time, residential positions from June 1 through August 9.
DeLeT at Brandeis is posting these positions as a courtesy to our alumni and anyone else looking for a teaching job. We do not partner with these schools and we are not endorsing positions. If you know that a position has been filled, or have any additional questions, please contact email@example.com.