Jobs in the Jewish Community

As a service to our alumni and the general public, we list job openings submitted to the Hornstein Program by Jewish communal organizations and schools worldwide.

This listing is updated as job posts are received. 

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Current Openings

June 20, 2022

About the Epstein Hillel School:

Epstein Hillel School (EHS) is the independent Jewish day school in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Since 1955 (most recently as Cohen Hillel Academy*), our students have been heading out into the world with a lifelong love of learning and a desire to affect change. We provide a rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum grounded in Judaism that provides the finest in kindergarten, elementary, and middle school (K-8) education.Epstein Hillel School’s mission is to provide a challenging interdisciplinary curriculum that fosters critical thinking, curiosity, creativity, and a love of learning. Through classroom experiences, social action initiatives, and an enriching culture, EHS aspires to build students’ character and integrity and teach values grounded in Judaism. EHS strives to develop students who excel academically, think independently, work collaboratively, and become engaged leaders with a deep sense of pride and knowledge about Judaism and the Jewish people.

About the Position:

The Director of Development and Community Engagement reports to the Head of School and is a strategic member of the school’s leadership team. This position is responsible for envisioning and implementing the school’s fundraising efforts.  The responsibilites include tracking and participation in donor cultivation, designing and managing all fundraising activities, oversee databse mangement, growing Alumni outreach, managing the grant process as well as participating and reporting to EHS Board of Directors meetings.

Salary range: 90K-100K

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and list of three references via email with the subject line “Director of Development and Community Engagement” to Head of School, Amy Gold


June 20, 2022

About Temple Israel:

Temple Israel is unlike any other synagogue in the world. We make up one percent of all Reform Jews in North America. We often have more than 1500 people at our gorgeous outdoor summer services. We have more involved teens than any other community, and our program is growing.At Temple Israel, our mission is to create an inclusive center for spiritual fulfillment and community building through the lens of Reform Judaism. That’s why we’re devoted to encouraging an atmosphere of lifelong learning and appreciation of Jewish culture. We support our homeland, the State of Israel, and are passionate about helping Jewish communities across the globe. Since the very beginning, we were committed to the idea of Jewish community as a means of preserving Jewish traditions through the inclusive setting of a Reform congregation. We were the first Reform congregation in the metro Detroit area to introduce a cantor to the service, and to revive the tradition of Bar and Bat Mitzvah. We also saw Reform Judaism as a way to make an impact within the community, which can be seen from the thousands of community events and charitable fundraisers we've held throughout the years.

About the Position:

Director of Programming will plan and implement a wide range of Temple activities from individual/one-time events to ongoing programs across various constituencies of our Temple community.We are seeking a professional, full-time, highly motivated, enthusiastic individual, who has outstanding interpersonal and organizational skills, is detail-oriented, and has strong oral and written communication skills. The ideal candidate will enjoy being part of a highly collaborative team, working in a caring, cohesive, creative, and supportive environment. They will need the ability to multitask and prioritize while being passionate about building a vibrant Jewish community.

June 14, 2022

About The Claims Conference:

Headquartered in New York, the Claims Conference is a global, non-profit organization committed to providing a small measure of justice to Holocaust Survivors. Since our founding in 1951, the Claims Conference has secured more than $90 billion from the German government in indemnification for Survivors. In 2021, the Claims Conference will distribute approximately $625 million in direct compensation to over 260,000 survivors in 83 countries and will allocate approximately $640 million in grants to over 300 social service agencies worldwide that provide vital services for Holocaust survivors, such as home care, food, and medicine. Our Research, Education, and Documentation (RED) funds contribute toward global efforts to educate the public and preserve the memory of the Holocaust through teacher training programs, exhibitions, and films such as Son of Saul, an Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Film. At the Claims Conference, we honor history while making history.

About the  Staff Accountant Position:

We have an opening in our Finance department for a Staff Accountant role. We are looking for a diligent, adaptable individual who will facilitate effective reporting and ensure compliance. Our ideal candidate can communicate well to a variety of stakeholders and has excellent analytical skills. Note: this position requires proficiency in Hebrew.
This is an in-person position starting out at 2 days a week in the office, 3 days at home.  

Salary Range: $95-105,000

Please apply with the following link.

About the Programs Officer, Social Media Position:

The Claims Conference is looking for a dynamic Social Media Program Officer to work with our New York and Jerusalem Research, Education and Documentation teams in the Allocations Department. This person will oversee grants that fund social media projects. We are searching for someone with experience creating content for innovative social media campaigns, extensive knowledge of social media platforms, a track record of growing a brand’s social presence, and, ideally, experience working for a social impact organization. In the first year, this person will oversee the Requests for Proposals seeking social media content creators in the area of Holocaust education and memory. Experience with compliance and managing grants is also desired.

Salary Range:  $80,000-$93,000

Please apply with the following link. 

June 13, 2022

About Keshet:

Keshet works for the full equality of all LGBTQ Jews and our families in Jewish life. We turn values at the heart of Judaism—equality, inclusion, and human dignity—into action in Jewish communities because when we stand by and allow LGBTQ Jews to be excluded, we hold all of Jewish life back from reaching its full potential. We equip Jewish organizations with the tools to build LGBTQ-affirming communities, create spaces for queer Jewish teens to feel valued as queer and Jewish, and mobilize the Jewish community to fight for LGBTQ justice nationwide. 

About the Position:

The Director of Content anchors Keshet’s work of Jewish LGBTQ content creation for online and print distribution, expanding Keshet’s capacity to create exciting and compelling new materials for our diverse audiences, and helping LGBTQ Jews and allies access and use Keshet’s collections of resources.

The Director of Content oversees the revision and development of Keshet’s online materials and resources, as well as envisions, curates, and creates new content for Jewish and LGBTQ holidays and days of significance. This person will also work in consultation with Keshet’s program teams, among others, to develop new content to support their work. Finally, the Director of Content will curate writing, art, and/or other content from outside creators/contractors.

Salary Range: $75-90,000/year, commensurate with experience


June 10, 2022

About Nazun:

Nazun develops leaders and builds communities of people eager to take action to end campus hunger, and to work collectively to solve other urgent social challenges. One in three college students experiences food insecurity; they don’t know where their next meal might come from and don’t have the resources, time or money to afford access to nutritious food. We are on a mission to ensure that no student ever has to choose between eating or an education. We work to destigmatize — and empower people to act against — the highly prevalent problem of food insecurity on college campuses. Our work reduces the likelihood that college students will have to choose between eating or their education, and it also builds the next generation of confident leaders capable of contributing to solving the world’s most urgent social challenges.

About the Position:

We seek a highly organized, detail-oriented individual with superior community organizing and advocacy skills to serve as our Assistant Director of Advocacy. As a member of the team, the Assistant Director of Advocacy is the organization’s lead voice on policy priorities, advocacy initiatives, and maintains all advocacy materials. This role will work directly with Nazun’s program team and Director of Programs & Education to amplify our advocacy agenda. This is an exciting time to be joining Nazun during a period of exponential growth and expansion.

Salary Range: $50,000 - $60,000

June 10, 2022

About HUC-JIR:

HUC-JIR is a global center of innovation for Jewish life and learning – preparing rabbis, cantors, leaders in Jewish education, Jewish nonprofit professionals, pastoral counselors, and scholars to apply their knowledge, commitment, vision, and expertise to strengthen and transform the Jewish community and larger world. We are the academic, spiritual, and professional leadership development center of Reform Judaism. The alumni community of HUC-JIR is leading a Jewish renaissance in North America, Israel, and around the globe as leaders in synagogues, Jewish day schools, supplementary religious schools, Hillels and college programs, hospitals, camps, the military, and Jewish organizations worldwide. There are more than 4,000 living graduates of the Rabbinical School, the Debbie Freidman School of Sacred Music, the Zelikow School for Nonprofit Management, the Pines School of Graduate Studies, and the School of Education.

About the Position:

HUC-JIR seeks an experienced, mission-driven, passionate, self-starter as the new Director of Alumni Engagement (DAE). Reporting to the Vice President of Institutional Advancement and working in collaboration with colleagues across North America and Israel, the DAE will design and execute a new comprehensive strategy for alumni engagement to deepen relationships with and among the members of the diverse community of involved HUC alumni.The DAE will serve as a member of the senior institutional advancement team and work in concert with the President, Provost, Deans, faculty, and other stakeholders to connect with alumni throughout North America and the world. Further, the DAE will work to build and enhance programs for our growing community of Israel alumni. The DAE will be responsible for alumni fundraising strategies across the Annual Fund, major gifts, and endowments.

June 8, 2022

About Kesher Newton:

Kesher Newton is a pluralistic Jewish after-school program for grades K-8 that is welcoming to all. Kesher Newton connects children to modern Hebrew as well as Jewish history, culture, and ethics in a joyful, spirited community. Our team of professional staff provides a Hebrew immersive camp-like environment complete with experiential learning, electives, and fun activities. 

For more information about Kesher:

About the Position:

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for managing and developing all aspects of Kesher Newton including student recruitment, fundraising, administrative/financial operations, educational programming and community relations. The Executive Director provides leadership to further develop Kesher’s strategic plan in conjunction with the Board of Directors and is responsible for implementing the plan. 

We are seeking a mission-driven Executive Director who believes in Kesher’s core values and emphasis on pluralistic, Jewish community.  We value deep knowledge of Jewish thought and educational practice, and fundraising knowledge and experience.  At Kesher we also value creativity, warmth, and an organizational vision that considers the long-term path of Kesher.  Employing a small, dedicated staff of educators, Kesher invites leadership to balance strategic thinking with day-to-day program planning, teaching, and administration.


June 8, 2022

About Camp Havaya:

Camp Havaya is all about the joy of summer camp with the freedom for kids to be who they truly are. In our incredibly diverse and accepting community, all kids—no matter their race, sexual orientation, gender identity, family structure, or Jewish background—are more than welcomed. They’re celebrated! We’re a Reconstructionist community open to all, where campers are encouraged to explore traditions and today’s world to discover what being Jewish means to them. Their different experiences and perspectives are a big part of what makes our camp so amazing.

About the Position:

We know that no one person can do everything. And we also know that many people – particularly those from historically marginalized groups – don’t apply for jobs unless they “tick all the boxes.” We’re committed to building a diverse and innovative team; if many (even if not all) of the following describe you, we’d love to hear from you!

  • You have a deep love for overnight summer camp and for engaging and progressive Jewish life. Your formal education, professional history, and personal experiences inform your work day-to-day.
  • You are a relationship builder. You’re a “people person” who thrives on making connections, leveraging relationships, and inspiring others.
  • You have meaningful experience in fundraising, and you’re not afraid to make the pitch and seal the deal. You have a healthy attitude toward money and wealth – you’re neither intimidated nor blinded by them.
  • Salary is $60,000 – $70,000, commensurate with experience. 

    This is a full-time, exempt position. This position will ideally be based in our office outside of Philadelphia, although remote work is possible from Chicago, Washington DC, New York, Boston, or another major metropolitan area. In the summer months, the Development Manager should expect to spend a number of weeks in-residence at our South Sterling, PA location.

May 31, 2022

About the Akiva School:

Akiva School is a high performing, K-6 academic institution and a leader among Jewish Day schools in the South. Akiva’s mission is to pursue excellence, foster critical inquiry and inspire informed Jewish living. Akiva graduates are consistently accepted into the most selective private middle and high-schools, as well as the magnet options, and are recognized as leaders in both character and academic achievement. Akiva graduates are known as leaders in their school and in the community.

About this Position:

The Hebrew and Judaic Studies faculty member will have a strong background in Jewish Studies, Hebrew fluency, elementary and middle-school teaching experience, and a drive to teach Hebrew and Jewish thought to curious and motivated children. In addition to this, the candidate will be comfortable teaching in classes with up to 17 students with multiple learning profiles and plan accordingly, using instructional grouping so that all children’s needs can be met. Experience and interest in working with special needs students is a plus.
Applicants should be committed to teaching Ivrit B’Ivrit, skilled at their craft, and adept at teaching and catering to a wide range of student abilities and styles. Experience with Tal –Am Curriculum a plus.

May 31, 2022

About the Hannah Senesh Community Day School:

Hannah Senesh Community Day School, is a progressive, independent K-8 Jewish school in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Hannah Senesh is an open and inclusive Jewish Day School committed to the rich mosaic of Jewish life. Our community reflects the great diversity of the modern Jewish people who find a warm and welcoming Jewish home at Senesh. Our core Jewish values guide our work in building a school where every Jewish child is included and has a strong sense of belonging, where every voice and every story matters. Applicants should be creative, thoughtful, and reflective educators who value working in a progressive school setting.

About the Position:

We are is hiring a Lower School and Middle School Hebrew teacher for our 2022-23 school year. Our Hebrew program is based on the Proficiency Approach, in which students learn through engagement with Israeli stories, authentic Hebrew texts and materials, songs, games, and celebrations while teaching critical skills related to the four strands of language acquisition: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Hebrew language lives in our classrooms, is woven into the fabric of our school program, and is purposeful and engaging.

The salary for this position is $60-70,000 commensurate with experience.

May 26, 2022

About Facing History and Ourselves:

At Facing History and Ourselves, we believe the bigotry and hate that we witness today are the legacy of brutal injustices of the past. Facing our collective history and how it informs our attitudes and behaviors allows us to choose a world of equity and justice. Facing History’s resources address racism, antisemitism, and prejudice at pivotal moments in history; we help students connect choices made in the past to those they will confront in their own lives. Through our partnership with educators around the world, Facing History and Ourselves reaches millions of students in thousands of classrooms every year.

About the Position:

Working as a member of Facing History’s Program team, the Program Associate‘s primary responsibility is delivering Facing History program services in Jewish educational settings, including: coaching and outreach to teachers implementing FH's core case study, Holocaust and Human Behavior and other case studies which may include Reconstruction, Civil Rights, To Kill a Mockingbird; co-facilitating professional development workshops and summer seminars; maintaining database documentation of our relationships with schools and teachers; and helping to manage various projects.

May 25, 2022

About Congregation B'nai Shalom:

Congregation B’nai Shalom, a 300-family Conservative synagogue in Walnut Creek, California, offers
an innovative approach to Judaism that remains deeply rooted in tradition. We are committed to
inclusion for all, welcoming interfaith families and people of all races, abilities, ages, gender
expressions, and sexual orientations.

About the Position:

The Religious School Director will lead the religious education program, supervise the education staff, and work with clergy and lay leaders to coordinate healthy, engaging programs for children, youth, and families. The core goal is a vibrant, joyful religious education program that fosters the spiritual and moral development of our children. In collaboration with the clergy and Education Committee, the Director is responsible for instilling a sense of Jewish identity in our children and youth, creating a safe, welcoming environment for their faith development through community and family involvement. We value a confident, creative, and innovative professional to guide our school, so our students can both feel comfort in our tradition and learn the skills of questioning, interpretation, and analysis that will build the future of our movement and religion.
This is a part-time position, but can be combined with other organizational needs as a full time opportunity.

Salary range:  50,000 for part time and 75,000 for full time

Please send a letter of interest and résumé to by July 1, 2022

May 25, 2022

About Pardes Jewish Day School:

Founded in 1993, Pardes Jewish Day School is a vibrant and growing Jewish community day school serving approximately 300 students in kindergarten through 8th grade. Pardes is dedicated to developing students who are socially and academically prepared to meet their full potential as engaged leaders committed to finding meaningful ways to bring Judaism into contemporary life.

About the Position:

Pardes Jewish Day School seeks a Head of School to begin in the summer of 2023. This is an exceptional opportunity to lead and inspire an institution that is a cornerstone of the larger Scottsdale/Phoenix Jewish community and that has an unmatched commitment to 21st century learning, Israel, and Jewish continuity. The Head of School will be positioned to advance the school by setting the course for growth and achievement within an expanding Jewish community and with the collaboration of a strong senior administration already in place.



May 17, 2022

About MIT Hillel:

MIT Hillel, located on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ensures a vibrant Jewish life at MIT for students and our extended community.  The MIT campus, in Cambridge, MA, is part of greater Boston’s large and exciting university community.

About the Position:

Make your mark on Jewish student life by joining MIT Hillel as the Graduate Student Engager. You will build relationships with and inspire Jewish graduate students (at MIT and MIT Sloan Business School) with your creative and strategic approach to Jewish life on campus. You are entrepreneurial and a change agent, possess an extremely high emotional intelligence, and have a great sense of humor. You will utilize these skills to increase MIT Hillel’s outreach to Jewish graduate students under the supervision of our Director of Graduate Student Engagement. MIT Hillel is one of the few Hillels in the country dedicated to engaging, supporting and building a Jewish graduate student community. Using the methodologies of community organizing and relationship-building, and bringing a deep reservoir of Jewish knowledge and an authentic commitment to Jewish life, you will work with individuals and groups of students, enabling and connecting the students to appropriate and meaningful Jewish opportunities.

20 hours a week for the 2022-2023 academic year, $25 /hour

May 10, 2022

About 70 Faces Media:
70 Faces Media is a mission-centric non-profit that publishes six brands that educate, engage, and connect people to Jewish knowledge and Jewish community: the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, My Jewish Learning, Kveller, Hey Alma, The Nosher and the New York Jewish Week. Those brands welcome a combined 3 million+ users per month to their websites, while serving 300,000+ regular email subscribers. This is a time of momentum for 70 Faces Media, which is increasingly viewed as being on the forefront of creating infrastructure for Jewish engagement online, and adopting innovative content and marketing strategies for reaching diverse audiences. This dynamic, fast-moving organization now employs a growing, 45-person team, with scores of freelance contributors across North America and around the world.

About The Position:
The Director of Grants & Philanthropic Partnerships will play an integral, mission-critical role, managing and helping to grow a sophisticated grants portfolio that currently totals approximately $3.5 million in annual support. To grow our base of support, the Director of Grants & Philanthropic Partnerships will take part in identifying new sources of institutional funding while managing our current grants calendar and producing all of the required applications and reports. The top responsibility of the Director of Grants & Philanthropic Partnerships will be to develop compelling goal-based proposals and data-rich reports with a cohesive narrative structure, while effectively integrating information and feedback from Senior Management and staff across multiple departments. The Director of Grants & Philanthropic Partnerships will search for new institutional funding opportunities while working with the CEO and VP of Development to maintain ongoing communications with our institutional partners. The position reports to the VP of Development.

Salary range: $65k to $85k, with annual bonus opportunity

May 10, 2022

About the IAC:

The mission of the Israel-American Council (IAC) is to build an engaged and united Israeli-American community that strengthen the Israeli and Jewish identity of our next generation, the American Jewish community, and the bond between the peoples of the united States and the state of Israel.

Over a half a million Israelis live in the US today. Asa vital component of American society, they play a major role in social activism, academia, culture and innovation. The IAC is the largest Israeli-American organizatin in the US, serving this vibrant sector of the Jewish American community.

About the Positions:

The IAC has over 30 positions available, nationally. Please see our current opportunities at:


May 10, 2022

About the Harold Grinspoon Foundation:

The Harold Grinspoon Foundation is a non-profit that helps people connect to the joy and meaning of Jewish values, faith, traditions, and culture. One way we help build vibrant Jewish communities is through PJ Library, our flagship program that sends free Jewish storybooks to hundreds of thousands of subscriber families around the world.

About the Position:

The Harold Grinspoon Foundation is seeking a freelance copywriter to assist in creating content for its various programs, including PJ Library. Projects include writing content for email newsletters, web pages, and other materials as needed for marketing, fundraising, and community outreach. The writing is a combination of helpful, enjoyable content and gently persuasive calls to action. There are a lot of potential work opportunities for a writer who can learn our processes and style.

This is a part-time remote position that will average about 10 hours per week.


May 10, 2022

About the Boston Workers Circle:

Boston Workers Circle (BWC) is a vibrant intergenerational community with 700 members, from young children to older adults, who see BWC as their secular Jewish, cultural, and/or political home. BWC is rooted in the radical traditions of Yiddishkayt and workers’ rights and was founded as a mutual aid society. Our cultural rootedness informs all of our justice work and is oriented towards healing the world through community building, education, and activism.

About the Position:

The Communications Manager is a creative and integral part of BWC, responsible for developing and leading multi-platform communications content to connect with and build our membership, promote our programs and organize campaigns, and increase BWC’s visibility and impact.
We are hiring for someone who shares our values of ending racism, capitalism, and antisemitism and who has skills, training, or experience in one or more of the following areas: excellent writing skills, basic graphic design skills, and knowledge of Zoom and social media platforms. This position reports directly to the Deputy Director, and works closely with our Social Justice & Cultural Organizer, as well as our volunteer-member Committee Chairs.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to The position will remain open until filled with priority given to early applicants. A full posting can be found at

Salary : $55,000

May 5, 2022

About Temple Beth Shalom: 
Temple Beth Shalom (TBS) is a warm, vibrant and diverse community of individuals and families. We unite in a dynamic, ongoing relationship by a desire to embrace the values, traditions and teachings of Torah through the lens of Reform Judaism. Through worship, celebration, lifelong learning, and service to others, we seek to inspire spirituality, nurture personal growth, promote social justice, deepen Jewish experiences and enrich the life of each member. At TBS, there is a place for everyone.  We share our stories with, learn from, celebrate with, and support one another – recognizing that in a true community we walk life’s path together.
TBS is a community of over 1,000 households and growing with an operating budget of $10.5M. Our team consists of a 5-member leadership team (two senior rabbis, three senior directors), 80+ full-time clergy, education, and administrative staff, and a dedicated body of lay leaders and volunteers.

About the Position:

 At a time of tremendous growth and opportunity, Temple Beth Shalom seeks a Senior Director of Operations & Engagement to provide strategic oversight of key functional areas of the congregation. This position will join our senior leadership team, supervise a team of full-time and part-time staff, and serve as a trusted partner to clergy, staff, lay leaders, volunteers and members. This is a highly visible role that touches all facets of temple life.

This position works onsite at Temple Beth Shalom in Needham, MA. Hours are typically 9am-5pm, with some evening, weekend, and holiday responsibilities. The temple is conveniently accessible from Route 95/128 or the MBTA commuter rail.

The salary range for this position is $135,000 - $145,000, along with a generous benefits package that includes medical insurance, dental insurance, flexible spending account, medical supplement plan, 4 weeks paid time off. For those interested, employees receive a free membership to the synagogue. Employees with Pre-K and school aged children receive a discount off school tuition.


CJIE Director of Educational Initiatives, Program Manager of Israel Education, Hillel International, Flexible

May 4, 2022

About Hillel International
Hillel International is the largest Jewish campus and community-based organization in the world serving the college-age population. Working with hundreds of thousands of students globally to help Jewish students make an enduring commitment to Jewish life, learning, and Israel, Hillel serves students at more than 550 colleges, universities, and communities.

About the Program Manager of Israel Education position: 
We envision a world in which Hillel is the central meeting point for inspired learning about, and lasting engagement with, Israel. In line with the best practices of education and the deepest wisdom of Jewish thought, we hold ourselves to an approach that centers authentic inquiry, multivocality, and personal reflection. When we do this well, we embody an Israel approach that resonates with emerging adult learners and welcomes every student to meaningfully explore their relationship with Israel. The Program Manager of Israel Education would make this vision a reality. 

About the CJIE Director of Educational Initiatives position
The CJIE Director of Educational Initiatives will be an integral part of the exciting and evolving work of the Center for Jewish and Israel Education/Meyerhoff Center (CJIE/M) at Hillel International. This team of educators, innovators, and experience designers are looking for a teammate who brings a sense of creativity, joy, diligence, and a deep well of Torah to help them continue their transformative work of putting Jewish and Israel education at the center of Hillel. Over the past five years, CJIE/M has effectively brought deep, connective, and purposeful Jewish learning to thousands of students and professionals.

May 4, 2022

About Congregation Or Atid: 
Congregation Or Atid (which means "Light of the future") is a dynamic and committed congregation in Wayland, MA, short drive west of Boston. For more than 25 years, we have lit the path for those seeking a meaningful and engaging Jewish life in MetroWest Boston. We are a progressive, egalitarian Conservative congregation that openly embraces individuals and families from diverse backgrounds. Interfaith, single, or partnered, gay or straight, already involved or seeking Jewish connection, all are welcome here. Our shared values support a deep love of Judaism and its traditions in a way that is accessible to all.

About the position: 
Congregation Or Atid’s Communications Manager develops and implements all communications for our synagogue’s members as well as manages our social media efforts. We are looking for an individual with communications experience who is self-motivated, detail-oriented, and who can communicate effectively. 

May 4, 2022

About the Director of Community & Civic Engagement position: 
We’re hiring a Director of Community & Civic Engagement to build upon our strong foundation of social justice and community engagement work. There is a growing desire among students to be involved in civic action, service work, and social justice initiatives at a local and national level. Our students are thoughtful, passionate, and eager to get involved in their community; this position will harness that energy and identify new opportunities for direct service, service-learning, and education. Our ideal candidate will work with student leaders and interns to develop our organization’s active role in the Madison community. They will build relationships with local organizations and other community leaders who are committed to values of service, justice, and action.

About the Director of Jewish Student Life position: 
University of Wisconsin - Madison Hillel is seeking a dynamic, engaging, and innovative professional who is a natural networker with an entrepreneurial spirit and strong leadership skills to join our staff as the Director of Jewish Student Life. The Director of Jewish Student Life will work in collaboration with our team to create engagement and leadership opportunities for our student community. 

May 4, 2022

About Temple Beth Zion: 
TBZ is a thriving, progressive, and independent synagogue in the heart of Brookline, MA. TBZ is a growing congregation of over 400 member households, led by inspiring and dynamic Rabbis devoted to exploring Jewish tradition and innovation with their congregants.

About the position: 
The Executive Director (ED) serves as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the synagogue. The ED is a key leader and is responsible for ensuring that the rabbis and lay leadership have the administrative support to function effectively and efficiently in achieving our mission. As COO, the ED ensures ongoing operational excellence with strong financial management and reporting, establishes excellent communications with TBZ members and staff, oversees building maintenance, and facilitates consistent administrative systems. The ED collaborates with and assists the Board of Directors and Rabbis in implementing and analyzing policies, strategies, and programs, including providing significant support for development and fundraising. The ED works collaboratively with the Rabbis, staff, and committees to develop the TBZ calendar and the timelines and resources needed to achieve TBZ’s strategic goals.

Communications and Marketing Director, Digital Marketing Specialist, JArts, Boston, MA

April 29, 2022

About JArts: 
Founded in 2015, JArts brings people together to explore and celebrate the diverse world of Jewish art, culture, and creative expression. Through programs throughout the year and across Greater Boston, we connect thousands of people annually through art and culture. We pride ourselves on a haimish (warm) and collaborative vibe in the office and in our work and seek a Communications and Marketing Director who can expand our reach while retaining this tone.

About the Digital Marketing Specialist Position: 
A successful young non-profit arts organization seeks a creative, strategic, driven, fun, culture-loving professional with current marketing and digital media expertise. The Digital Marketing Specialist reports to the JArts Communications and marketing director.

About the Communications and Marketing Director Position: 
The Jewish Arts Collaborative, a successful young non-profit arts organization seeks a creative, strategic, driven, fun, culture-loving professional with current marketing and social media/online expertise to manage all communications.

April 28, 2022

About the Bender JCC
The Bender Jewish Community Center in Rockville, Maryland is a premier community center at the heart of Jewish life in Montgomery County, operating a full-scale health and fitness center, pre-school, day camp, and variety of education and arts programs. We create a welcoming and inclusive environment, connecting the people of our Jewish community with each other, Israel, and the broader community. We inspire individuals of all ages and backgrounds to enhance their social, physical, intellectual, and spiritual well-being through programs of excellence rooted in Jewish values.

About the Position: 
Camp JCC is one of our core programs, and the Assistant Camp Director oversees staff recruitment, hiring, training, and development, including the Camp Leadership Team. This role also oversees Club J, which provides programming for school-aged children in grades K-6, including afterschool programs, school-out-day programming, and winter and spring break camps. This is an exciting opportunity to work directly with our community and have a significant impact on the experience of our camp and youth program participants and staff.


Orthodox Rabbi/Orthodox Educator, MIT Hillel, Cambridge, MA

April 28, 2022

About MIT Hillel: 
MIT Hillel, located on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ensures a vibrant Jewish life at MIT for students and the extended community. With 250 Jewish undergraduates and about 500 Jewish graduate students, the Jewish community makes up about 6% of the MIT campus.  Characteristic of the fact that MIT students are not afraid to challenge generally accepted ideas, any stereotype of the typical MIT student will not hold up to scrutiny. For example, 50% of MIT undergraduates are involved in Greek life and MIT has the highest percentage of students involved in athletics of any university. One can, however, generalize that MIT students are high-energy, entrepreneurial, and bright.

About the Orthodox Rabbi/Orthodox Educator position: 
MIT Hillel seeks a dynamic part-time Orthodox Rabbi/Orthodox Educator to work with both individuals and groups of Orthodox students as a teacher, adviser, and guide. The MIT Hillel Orthodox Rabbi/Educator will support and strengthen Orthodox Jewish life, learning, and community, and will also inspire Jewish commitment in a pluralistic environment.

About the Graduate Student Engager Position: 
Make your mark on Jewish student life by joining MIT Hillel as the Graduate Student Engager. You will build relationships with and inspire Jewish graduate students (at MIT and MIT Sloan Business School) with your creative and strategic approach to Jewish life on campus. You are entrepreneurial and a change agent, possess an extremely high emotional intelligence, and have a great sense of humor. You will utilize these skills to increase MIT Hillel’s outreach to Jewish graduate students under the supervision of our Director of Graduate Student Engagement. MIT Hillel is one of the few Hillels in the country dedicated to engaging, supporting and building a Jewish graduate student community. Using the methodologies of community organizing and relationship-building, and bringing a deep reservoir of Jewish knowledge and an authentic commitment to Jewish life, you will work with individuals and groups of students, enabling and connecting the students to appropriate and meaningful Jewish opportunities.

April 28, 2022

About the Akiba-Schechter Jewish Day School: 
Akiba-Schechter Jewish Day School provides an excellent secular and Judaic education in Hyde Park to a diverse community of Jewish children from all over Chicagoland. Students study all aspects of our curriculum together in multi-aged classes. By focusing on the individual gifts and needs of each student, our teachers create a caring family of learners who are committed to responsible citizenship, the performance of Mitzvot, and support for the State of Israel and its people.

About the Resource Development Coordinator Position:  
Akiba-Schechter Jewish Day School seeks a full-time Resource Development Coordinator to assume oversight and responsibility for all of the school’s fundraising and donor relations activities. This is an ideal opportunity for a candidate with a few years of experience in annual fundraising, donor relations, database management, and an interest in growing their skills. 

About the Marketing and Communications Coordinator Position:  
Akiba-Schechter Jewish Day School seeks a full-time Marketing and Communications Coordinator to support the further growth of our mission. This position will manage internal and external initiatives for Akiba-Schechter under the supervision of the Principal, be responsible for managing Akiba-Schechter’s online presence, and work with administrators, faculty, and parents to create and maintain an integrated marketing and communications strategic plan. 



April 14, 2022

About Temple Beth David: 
We are Temple Beth David, a 250 family Reform synagogue in Westwood, Massachusetts, serving a broad, diverse community of surrounding towns. We are growing and thriving, with our membership, enrollment in our religious school programs, and our new early learning center.

About the Position: 
We are seeking a highly organized full-time Operations and Communications professional to collaborate with and support our Rabbi, Staff, and Board of Directors, and help our community continue to grow. This person will be a key member of the leadership team that oversees the operations and activities of the Temple, communicating in various ways with our community, implementing programs, and ensuring smooth daily operation.

April 14, 2022

About Temple Etz Chaim: 
At Temple Etz Chaim (TEC), we strive to create a love of Jewish learning that begins as a journey in a child’s earliest years. We are a small Reform (URJ) congregation that strives to embody Jewish values and Jewish living for all members. Within our welcoming, diverse, and inclusive community, engagement is prioritized and learning is made meaningful!

About the Position: 
The Director of Education role is a part-time position (apx. 25-30 hours/week). The Director will lead our Religious School, overseeing the K-7 program (Sundays for children K-7, and midweek afternoons for grades 3-7) from September to May. We have approximately 30-40 students enrolled each year across all grades. The midweek programs are expected to remain online only. The Director will also supervise the team of part-time classroom teachers, tutors, and Madrichim (youth leaders).

April 14, 2022

About Rosov Consulting: 
For nearly 15 years, Rosov Consulting has been helping foundations, philanthropists, and Jewish communal organizations and educational institutions make well-informed decisions that enhance their impact.

About the Position: 
A Project Associate will support our research, evaluation, and consulting firm. You will gather qualitative and quantitative data, contribute to data analysis and development of deliverables, and liaise with our client partners across a wide range of Jewish communal spaces, including education, human services, philanthropy, culture, and advocacy. 

April 7, 2022

About Hannah Senesh Community Day School: 
Hannah Senesh Community Day School is a progressive, independent K-8 Jewish day school in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Our Hebrew program is based on the Proficiency Approach, in which students learn through engagement with Israeli stories, authentic Hebrew texts, and materials, songs, games, and celebrations while teaching critical skills related to the four strands of language acquisition: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Hebrew language lives in our classrooms, is woven into the fabric of our school program, and is purposeful and engaging.

About the Position: 
Responsibilities include t
eaching lower school heritage Hebrew classes and bridge class for new transfer students; differentiating instruction and materials to meet the diverse needs of learners in the classroom; developing a warm, inclusive, and supportive classroom environment, working collaboratively with grade-level team members on programs and supporting students; and building partnerships with parents to support student progress. 

April 7, 2022

About the Position: 
The Leven Manager for Graduate Student Life will plan and execute all Jewish life strategies and engagement plans for BU Hillel with BU Hillel leadership focused on graduate students. This position reports to the Managing Director and is part of a cohort of six other engagement-focused staff Fellows. The role brings a young professional with talent, passion, and skills to Boston University to imagine and design Jewish graduate student life.  You’ll have the opportunity to impact thousands of students - Boston University is home to 16,000 graduate students, 373 graduate programs, 17 graduate schools, and 2,000 Jewish graduate students thirsty for resources, engagement, and care from BU Hillel.

April 7, 2022

About the Position: 
JCC Greater Boston's values include Belonging, Joyfulness, Collaboration, and Transformation. The agency provides a variety of programs and services to children and adults in the Greater Boston Jewish community including Early Learning Centers, summer camps, health and wellness programs, family engagement programs, and cultural activities. The JCC is deeply committed to valuing and celebrating the uniqueness of each constituent. While being proudly Jewish, we strive in every way to provide an open and welcoming setting for all, irrespective of personal practices, beliefs, or background.

About the Position: 
This is a unique, high-impact role for someone with a passion for developing and traveling with Jewish youth. The Diller Teen Fellows is an immersive experiential education program for twenty 10th - 11th graders. It is a global twelve-month program with a strong history of success in the local community. The Program Director serves as a mentor, educator, and catalyst to the expansive growth this program offers. The Program Director is also responsible for managing all program logistics including national and international collaboration. This is a full-time position with the majority of the work taking place in Newton.

March 31, 2022

About the Hannah Senesh Community Day School: 
Hannah Senesh Community Day School is a progressive, independent K-8 Jewish day school in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Our Hebrew program is based on the Proficiency Approach, in which students learn through engagement with Israeli stories, authentic Hebrew texts, and materials, songs, games, and celebrations while teaching critical skills related to the four strands of language acquisition: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Hebrew language lives in our classrooms, is woven into the fabric of our school program, and is purposeful and engaging.

About the Position: 
This Day School is seeking an experienced and innovative Hebrew language Department Chair to lead our K-8 Hebrew program and supervise faculty members in this department. This position is part of the school’s educational leadership team and reports to the head of school.

March 31, 2022

About KI: 
Knesset Israel (KI) ( is a welcoming, vibrant, musically oriented Conservative synagogue in the beautiful Berkshires of western Massachusetts. This well-established congregation of 280 households includes multigenerational year-round residents of the Berkshires, as well as summer residents. The membership includes a wide variety of people of many different ages and backgrounds, and the synagogue seeks to be a big tent, creating many pathways for congregants and visitors to deepen their Jewish connection. The synagogue is blessed with a culture of strong, thoughtful, and hands-on lay leadership.

About the Position: 
Knesset Israel is seeking a new professional leader for our Hebrew School, year-round
events, and robust adult summer programming. The preferred candidate will have a
solid understanding of Jewish education and program design as well as an ability to
work with individuals of all ages. They will be a collaborative, inspiring, and innovative
educator and programmer who can help shape the next steps for our synagogue.

March 25, 2022

About Congregation Agudath Israel: 
Congregation Agudath Israel (CAI) of West Essex is a leading, proactive, pluralistic, and egalitarian Conservative congregation. CAI provides a wide variety of religious, social, educational, cultural, and social action opportunities for Jewish living, led by an exceptional professional staff, an engaged lay leadership, and an open and growing team of volunteers. CAI seeks to enable the diverse and multi-generational membership to experience Judaism in ways that have personal meaning, promoting Jewish values as they move through the Jewish life cycle.

About the Position: 
The CAI Executive Director should be a strong, collaborative leader who can work in partnership with the Clergy, Staff, and lay leadership to craft a vision which they can implement by leading CAI staff and volunteers as they strive to make that vision a reality. The Executive Director is responsible for building relationships with members, staff, and volunteers and creating an effective day-to-day operation to support the mission of sustaining the Jewish community. The Executive Director should also be committed to helping members feel welcome and connected in every interaction with the congregation.  CAI serves over 830-member family units with an operating budget of $4M, and annual fundraising of $475K. There are 2 clergy, 9 Full-time Executive staff, and 20 FTE teachers. The Preschool has 78 students currently. 

March 22, 2022

About Temple Beth David: 
A Reform synagogue, founded in 1960, located in Westwood, Massachusetts, our congregation draws from many towns. We work to create connections between families, keeping them engaged and involved in the community. We have experienced significant growth in the past two years (36 new families, most with religious school students), and we seek to continue to strengthen the religious school as a key part of temple membership and community. In 2021, we opened the Shalom Corner Early Learning Center at Temple Beth David and welcomed 25 new toddlers and preschoolers to our community, as well as several new member families.

About the Position: 
The Director of Education oversees K-12 education, shapes a rich and welcoming Jewish learning environment, promotes a love of Judaism and personal connection, and inspires students to be active participants in the Jewish community. Our program integrates Jewish learning and living. Working with the Rabbi, the Director has the capacity to imagine, develop, and implement a creative approach to Jewish education and help shape a cohesive community. 

March 22, 2022

About the Solomon Schechter Day School of Boston: 
Schechter Boston creates a Jewish educational experience where each child, 15 months through eighth grade, is known, belongs, is engaged, and is inspired. Faculty, staff, and students at Schechter benefit from a highly-collaborative, mutually-supportive environment in which each person’s individual strengths are recognized and cultivated, and are vital to the success and learning of the community as a whole. Individuals who work at Schechter Boston must thrive in a culture that lives every day by the following cultural values: Believing there is no limit to better; Providing honest and kind feedback; Failing forward; Leaning into complexity; Being kinder than necessary. 

About the Position: 
As the Development and Engagement Manager, you will oversee our school’s annual campaign fundraising efforts (working closely with our school’s volunteer leadership team), and strategize and implement activities to further engage parents, grandparents, alumni, and prospective parents with our school. The Development and Engagement Manager reports to the Director of Enrollment and Advancement, supporting development, admission, and community-building efforts, as well as school-wide functions.