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.
Hornstein alumni may also use the following services:
- Center for Career and Professional Development at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
- Career Development Center at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management
July 27, 2021
Shaloh House is searching for a skilled educational administrator with a background in admissions and marketing to take us to the next level in student recruitment and community engagement.
What You’ll Do
The Assistant Head of School will be responsible for two key areas: admissions and retention and programs/operations. The Assistant Head will be a key face of the Shaloh House community, providing leadership, strategic direction, and implementation of best practices in recruitment, admissions, and retention, with a goal of increasing enrollment in our student body. You will partner with the Head of School to ensure that our educational and operational programs, policies, and practices are interconnected and aligned with our mission, philosophy, and core values. You will partner with our Head of School, Elementary School Principal, and Preschool Director to develop programs that serve the students, parents, and school faculty and staff, continuing to develop a joyful, unique, and challenging educational environment.
July 27, 2021About Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona
For more than 50 years, the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona has served as our community's coordinating body for fundraising, planning, and communal services.
Through a network of affiliated agencies, they help individuals and families, the old and the young, the unemployed, the homeless, the sick, the poor, and those who are persecuted or oppressed.
Federation strives to meet the community's needs today, while planning for a dynamic and responsible Jewish future. Participation in Federation and all of its activities will assure that future.
More information about the school can be found on the web at: https://www.jfsa.org/.
The Jewish Federation and Jewish Community Foundation of Southern Arizona at the Center for Jewish Philanthropy (CJP) seek a Vice President of Strategy & Community Impact to serve on their senior leadership team. This professional will work cross-departmentally in a fast-paced and collaborative environment. The VP will convene key stakeholders to address communal needs and set priorities to achieve short and long-term organizational and community-wide priorities. Successful candidates will bring broad experience in strategic planning, community building, change management, impact measurement, volunteer management, and professional management in Jewish and/or non-Jewish community-based organizations.
July 27, 2021About the Weintraub Israel Center
Weintraub Israel Center is a partnership of the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona and the Tucson Jewish Community Center.
The goal of the Weintraub Israel Center (WIC) is to work with various institutions in the Jewish and general community in Southern Arizona to support self-propelled journeys of individuals to create and nurture a meaningful relationship with Israel and Israelis, enabled by opportunities offered by the local Jewish community, as well as other sources, that will inspire them to take action. More information about the Center can be found on the web at: https://jfsa.org/the-weintraub-israel-center.
The Weintraub Israel Center Director will be reporting to the President and CEO of the Tucson Jewish Community Center and to a member of the Senior Management Team at the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona.
July 20, 2021
Hadar seeks a part-time Administrative Assistant for the Pedagogy of Partnership (PoP). The Assistant will report to the Operations and Communications Manager and support PoP’s growing work in the Jewish education sector. This assistant will need to have the ability to work in a fast-paced multi-project organization. PoP is looking for someone with excellent interpersonal and computer skills, who is highly organized, a self initiator, and collaborative. This is a 20- hours a week position, preferably based in Boston or New York or ability to work eastern time zone business hours.
July 20, 2021
The Synagogue Administrator supports the effective operation of the synagogue and the Jewish Learning Collaborative of MetroWest (religious school) through their work doing office administration, community communications, and event coordination as well as their support for the Rabbi, the Education Director, and lay leadership.
Hours: Approximately 20 hours per week as indicated below with occasional meetings outside core hours (evening meetings periodically – fewer 1/month).
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July 15, 2021
The Jewish Education Project seeks a creative, dynamic, and entrepreneurial business, EdTech, or product development professional to serve as the business lead to launch our new learning platform (pending a donor funding decision in approximately 4 weeks). You will work with internal teams (including marketing, legal and instructional design), third-party technology partners, as well as institutional stakeholders to build a learning platform and marketplace that maximizes educator impact and delivers better learner outcomes with best-in-class experiences.
This requires establishing a brand, building a top-of-the-line learning environment and secure database, providing gateways for organizations, and ensuring best practices in a digital start-up to secure the longer-term viability of this initiative. Candidates with diverse racial, cultural, educational backgrounds and experiences are urged to apply.
Reporting to the Chief Program Officer, the Executive Director will:
- Lead product development, drive delivery, plan/organize work, manage risks, and adapt to inevitable challenges,
- Manage and coordinate technical integrations across multiple lines of business with external developers, UX designers and other vendors,
- Communicate the product vision to internal and external technical teams,
- Work with stakeholders to balance business, technical and educational needs,
- Ensure the right features are being developed; value being delivered against the cost of delivery,
- Ensure product functionality and a quality user experience,
- Leverage new and emerging ideas and trends to enhance and scale the platform,
- Oversee market strategy and acquisition,
- Build a viable business model and processes (payment systems, fees/incentives) while managing customer service,
- Ensure secure data management protocols and legal compliance,
- Identify and initiate relevant measures of success (i.e., marketplace goals, course, and enrollment targets etc.),
- Ensure timely reporting to funders
What We Offer
- Salary in the range of $150,000 - $175,000 depending upon experience.
- Three weeks paid time off in year 1; increasing incrementally on a set schedule.
- Paid Family Leave.
- Comprehensive health insurance.
- 401k plan.
- Commuter benefits.
- Early close on Fridays for Shabbat and closed for most Jewish holidays.
- Shortened summer hours.
- A positive work environment with exposure to great learning opportunities and the chance to work with some of the top professionals in the field of Jewish Education.
July 15, 2021
Who We Are and Your Opportunity for Impact
RootOne is a “Jewish start-up” – an innovative, dynamic initiative that is pro-actively inspiring a generation of teens to be more confident and proud Jews as they enter the next stage of their lives. RootOne, along with its youth serving organization grantee partners, redefine and deepen the typical teen Israel summer trip experience so that its impact is long-lasting. It does so by reducing the cost of participation, and by diversifying Israel experiences to make them more accessible to a wider audience of Jewish teens.
We know that an intentionally designed and well-facilitated immersive experience in Israel has the capacity to breathe vitality, passion and commitment among Jewish teens that could directly impact the future landscape of North American Jewish life. It provides a framework that allows Jewish teens to explore many of the issues that matter most to them as adolescents and as young Jews. Research shows that outside of Jewish day school (which only a small percentage of Jewish teens in North America attend), there is no greater impact on a young person’s Jewish identity formation than an Israel trip with their peers.
An Israel experience increases the likelihood of Jewish teens being more committed to their Jewish community in the long term, maintaining personal relationships with other Jews, and assuming leadership roles in the world. At a time when Jewish voices on campus need to be heard more than ever, the Israel experience has proven to increase the connections of young Jews to their fellow Jews and greatly enhance their connection to Israel. At scale, this experience can radically transform the trajectory of North American Jewry. Learn more at www.RootOne.org.
What You Will Do
RootOne administers financial support via grants to Youth Serving Organizations, Jewish Residential Camps, Jewish Federations, and other grantees responsible for organizing top tier Israel experiences for Jewish teens. Additionally, RootOne offers an open Request for Proposal (RFP) to bring on new grantees and add to the number of teens impacted by this initiative.
RootOne at The Jewish Education Project seeks a full-time methodical and strategic Grants Manager to further develop and manage its funding and grants processes as the program grows. Candidates with diverse racial, cultural, educational, and experiential backgrounds are urged to apply.
Reporting to the Director of Strategy and Operations, the Grants Manager will optimize RootOne’s year-old grants process, utilizing new custom software to manage the details and deadlines of each grant and each grantee. S/he/they will also build collegial and productive relationships with key grantee representatives based on trust, clarity of expectations and mutual respect.
July 8, 2021
A dynamic and innovative NYC-based foundation committed to strengthening and building the fields of Jewish education and identity, and building capacity in leading-edge Jewish non-profits, is seeking a resourceful self-starter to fill a Program and Grants Manager position.
This is a rare opportunity for a professional at the top of their game to join an elite team of non-profit professionals.
Three years of work experience required.
July 8, 2021
An outstanding NYC-based foundation committed to the strengthening and building the fields of Jewish education, identity and cutting-edge Jewish non-profits, is seeking a skilled, energetic, Program Associate. This is a great job opportunity for a motivated and detail-oriented person who seeks an introduction to the Jewish non-profit field.
As a Program Associate, you will report to, and support, the organization’s program officers in connection with program implementation and oversight. You will be a vital part of a team of professionals working collaboratively in a dynamic workspace and environment to actualize our core vision and mission.
July 6, 2021
The Jewish Federation of the Berkshires seeks a dynamic, creative, and motivated professional to engage community and provide operational and community leadership to strengthen and grow our vibrant Jewish community.
The Director of Community Engagement and Programming will be a strategic thinker who works to understand the needs of our community as identified in our current strategic plan and possesses the vision and initiative required to enhance existing programming and develop and implement new engagement models to connect and support currently underserved constituencies.
We are looking for a hands-on self-starter with strong leadership, communication, organization, social impact, and teamwork skills. This full-time position offers a rare opportunity to use your talents to benefit a greater good and work with individuals who share a commitment to helping those in need and strengthening Jewish connections and community to further the work of the Federation.
- Collaborate with the Executive Director in representing all facets of our work as the public face of the Federation in the Jewish and broader community.
- Develop and implement new community-based engagement opportunities in fulfillment of our strategic goals and objectives.
- Seek opportunities for collaboration through a Jewish lens with broader community organizations in public spaces.
- Work with key leaders to secure relevant speakers and facilitate existing programs, events and leadership trainings..
- Nurture and sustain relationships with program participants to deepen their connections to one another and to the Jewish community.
- Work with the Executive Director to learn internal operations to provide support and problem solving to the Federation team as needed.
- Support the Development Officer and Executive Director in identifying and cultivating new donors and leaders through your engagement work.
- Identify, involve and engage staff, committee members, and community members to ensure that programs are well planned, organized, and implemented to achieve specified goals
- Collaborate with the communications team to ensure effective and timely marketing of programs in our community newspaper, secular press, social media, and online communications.
- Evaluate the impact of programs,, projects, and initiatives against measurable criteria, including surveys, feedback, focus groups, etc.
- Work with Executive Director to develop and manage annual program budget.
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:
- Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5 years of demonstrated programming and engagement success.
- Knowledge and respect for Jewish values, culture, history, traditions, and community.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships and rapport with donors, leaders, and program participants.
- Ability to work autonomously, determine priorities, and manage multiple deadlines simultaneously.
- Strong Communication skills (oral and written)
- Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to work within an allocated budget
- Computer literate, proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office programs. Knowledge of Photoshop, Canva or other design tools a plus. Comfortable learning additional programs as needed.
- Ability to work occasional evenings and 5-7 Sundays a year as needed.
The Jewish Federation of the Berkshires offers a competitive salary commensurate with the qualifications and experience of the selected applicant ($60-$70K). The benefits package includes a generous time off package including Jewish and secular holidays, vacation, sick time, bereavement and family leave, health insurance stipend, 403b retirement plan, and opportunities for professional development.
How to apply: Send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com
July 6, 2021
Shomer Collective, powered by Natan
The mission of Shomer Collective is to improve end-of-life experiences for individuals and their families— inspired by Jewish wisdom, values, and practices—by curating content and resources and building a diverse network of organizational partners. We envision a world where end-of-life matters are spoken about openly, thoughtfully, and frequently, creating opportunities for many more people to engage with Jewish wisdom, values, and practices.
These conversations and experiences can be transformational, having an impact not only on the person who is dying but on whole family and community systems.
Who We Are
Founded in 2020, Shomer Collective is a new organization being incubated by Natan; Natan is a well-established giving circle with a successful track record of launching new initiatives. Shomer brings together existing and emerging initiatives within and adjacent to Jewish communities, as it applies Jewish wisdom to the question of how we want to live as we all approach the end of life. We are currently seeking a f/t staffer to join our small and growing team, to focus on developing organizational partnerships and expanding program offerings.
Who You Are
You love meeting new people, designing and implementing new systems, and working collaboratively. You are curious about the ways in which we can live well in the face of mortality, guided by Jewish wisdom and practice. You are comfortable in interdenominational and interfaith settings. You are flexible, patient, and willing to perform all of the tasks associated with running a start-up organization.
June 21, 2021
Our community is coming into its second year of a major leadership transition and is in the process of figuring out what we look like as a result of COVID. We are seeking a part-time Operational Assistant to work 10-15 hours a week with clergy and lay leadership to support the vision and operations of daily synagogue life. This person will work closely with the Rabbi and report to Board Officers. This position will be partially remote, partially in our office in Jamaica Plain. Primary responsibilities will include daily financial tracking of expense and revenue transactions, managing weekly communications, and maintaining the synagogue’s website and online systems. This role is ideal for someone who is highly communicative and enjoys creating systems of organization and efficiency.
Priority to Applications by June 30th
June 8, 2021Salary Range: $80k-$115k DOE
Start Date: ASAP
Location: Northbrook, IL
The iCenter advances excellence in Israel education by serving as the North American hub for shaping and strengthening the field. In collaboration with schools, camps, universities, travel experience providers, and more, The iCenter supports educators with training, tools, and resources to bring Israel into learners’ lives. The iCenter believes that education is key to inspiring generations of young Jews with a meaningful and enduring connection to Israel and the Jewish people.
The iCenter is made by the people who work there. They contribute their diverse talents and expertise, and are always encouraged to bring their diversity of skills and passions into their work. The iCenter team members are creative, fun and hardworking, and care deeply about their work enhancing the relationship of Jews to Israel, and Israel to Jews.
The iCenter seeks a highly creative and strategic Director of Communications to set and guide the organizational communication strategy across various platforms and effectively communicate The iCenter’s mission and vision. The Director of Communications reports to the Chief Executive Officer and currently manages a team of two. The ideal candidate is a highly motivated self-starter with a comprehensive communications skill set and a minimum of 7 years of experience, preferably in a nonprofit setting. For more information, please visit: The iCenter
· Oversee the day-to-day communication function of the organization
· Design, manage, and oversee the implementation of a high-impact, multi-channel, integrated digital strategy across all areas of The iCenter’s work
· Develop and implement a cohesive iCenter voice across the organization’s website, social media, newsletters, and press releases for audiences in North America and Israel
· Work with a cross-functional team of content creators to actualize the digital communications strategy and translate core messaging into compelling multimedia content
· Craft key messages and communicate them with impact to targeted audiences, including funders, the media, thought leaders, and internal and external audiences
· Establish and enforce branding and quality standards; ensure streamlined workflow with efficient time management
· Partner with The iCenter education teams to design branding strategies across core initiatives
· Advance the use and effectiveness of new technologies to continuously enhance iCenter core initiatives
· Review analytics regularly and adjust strategies as necessary
· Remain up to date and educated on new media and social media platforms
· Serve as a liaison between the CEO and PR consultant to ensure The iCenter is represented appropriately
Qualifications & Skills:
· Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree in related field preferred
· 7-10 years of experience working in communications or marketing; nonprofit experience preferred
· Superior written and verbal communication skills
· Project management expertise; ability to prioritize and meet deadlines
· Demonstrated leadership, proven ability to manage and motivate teams and work in partnership with staff members
· Proficiency with WordPress, HTML/CSS, Adobe Creative Suite, Salesforce, Slack, and social media platforms
· Experience with and knowledge of Israel and the Jewish community preferred; Hebrew speaking is a plus
· Detail-oriented with excellent content editing skills
· Ability to remain flexible in an ever-changing environment
· Passion for The iCenter’s mission and ability to promote and communicate the mission and organizational impact to internal and external stakeholders
To apply, please submit a resume & cover letter to Jamie Perry, Evolve Giving Group: firstname.lastname@example.org
The iCenter is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The iCenter promotes diversity and provides equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, religious creed, disability, genetic information, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or military and veteran status.
June 4, 2021
Congregation Shaarei Tefillah is a vibrant, medium-sized, Modern Orthodox congregation in Newton Centre, MA. We are seeking a highly-motivated self-starter who is tech-savvy and detail-oriented to become our Synagogue Administrator. The synagogue administrator will work with our Rabbi, accounting/payroll service and lay leaders to manage the daily operations of the synagogue. A successful candidate must be a well-organized, customer service-oriented person who can work well with a team, communicate easily with others, and help create and maintain a secure, welcoming synagogue environment in which congregants feel their religious, social and communal needs are being addressed in a positive manner.
Responsibilities: The synagogue administrator will be responsible for:
a. Interacting daily with congregants, staff, and congregants of the larger community b. Managing the “front desk” (e.g., answering all calls to the main line, manage the front door “buzzed” entry and receiving all walk-ins)
c. Assessing and addressing all inquiries/requests and forward to the appropriate parties as deemed necessary. Provide timely responses.
a. Digital marketing: Weekly updating and maintenance of our synagogue website, creating and managing social media presence, sending emails to congregation on relevant programming.
b. Producing weekly synagogue announcements (reaching out to relevant stakeholders) c. Updating and maintenance of synagogue databases and membership records d. Managing synagogue mailings
e. Preparation of posters, flyers and ads for display in the synagogue, on the website, in social media, and to be used in email communication.
3. Calendar Management:
a. Maintaining the synagogue calendar including kiddush sponsorships, lifecycle observances, educational events, classes, holiday schedules, youth activities and visiting scholars. b. Working with families on scheduling lifecycle observances (e.g., bnei mitzvahs, baby namings, weddings, etc)
c. Supporting annual process for congregant renewal
4. Facilities and office management:
a. Assisting with managing custodial contractor (including their schedule and coordinating set up for events) and overseeing ongoing building maintenance
b. Keeping track of and re-ordering office/janitorial/and food supplies.
c. Digitizing files and materials as necessary and building a repository for the information 5. Programmatic and administrative support:
a. Providing administrative support for specific synagogue programming
b. Providing administrative support to rabbi, lay leadership and committees
c. Managing all vendor contracts.
6. Financial and Membership Management
a. Coordinating with external contracted services, who handle our payroll and bookkeeping (A/P, A/R) functions; communicate with their representatives.
b. Coordinating donation process, interacting with donors, online system and with lay leaders to send acknowledgments for donations.
c. Processing check deposits and credit card payments. Process and file payroll packages and checks for signature.
d. Overseeing and ensuring timely and proper input of financial transactions into applicable programs, including dues, pledges, payments, and vendor invoices.
● Self-starter that takes initiative, identifies opportunities and problem solves on how to address issues.
● Project management skills – ability to manage multiple priorities at once and coordinate diverse stakeholders to meet tight deadlines
● Strong communication skills (both orally and in writing)
● Knowledge/understanding of synagogue functions, Jewish rituals, life cycle events, holidays & customs
● Computer skills, including, but not limited to, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google docs; experience with ShulCloud, or a similar membership management system, or track record of mastering new software.
● Basic financial literacy
● Strong interpersonal skills and customer service mentality
● Ability to work independently and also effectively in teams
● Organizational skills and high attention to detail
● Experience with digital communications, including social media, digital marketing, email management
● Must adhere to strict confidentiality, ability to recognize and handle confidential information in an appropriate manner.
Preferred Experience: 2-3 years
Preferred Degree: Bachelors
For more information or to submit a resume please email Shaareirecruiting@gmail.com
June 4, 2021The Program Associate (PA) is a member of the US Jewish Grantmaking team, which is based in Schusterman’s Washington DC office. The PA will serve as an analyst and will support the team to build, manage and monitor a portfolio of grants and contribute to the development and implementation of the DC-based Jewish Grantmaking team’s overall strategy and planning. The PA will be a part of a broader team of professionals, working specifically with the Jewish grantmaking team to ensure vibrant Jewish life around the world by empowering young Jews to embrace the joy of Judaism, build inclusive Jewish communities, support the State of Israel and repair the world.
• Reviewing grant proposals; providing clear, concise and insightful written analyses (financial and narrative) and recommendations for funding, including drafting and editing investment memos and progress reports for review by Schusterman leadership;
• Conducting site visits, engaging with grantees, supporting convenings and conducting organizational assessments;
• Identifying possible partners, projects and opportunities, and building collaborative relationships within and outside Schusterman (e.g. with existing grantees, prospective grantees, experts in the community and other stakeholders);
• Staying well-informed of developments in the field through research, networking and representing the Schusterman at conferences and meetings;
• Working with the Evaluation and Learning team to collect, evaluate and track grantee data and metrics;
• Assisting senior staff on advanced due diligence and research.
June 4, 2021
Congregation Bet Haverim is a vibrant, Reconstructionist synagogue made up of 300 diverse
households located in Atlanta GA. Learn more about CBH at www.congregationbethaverim.org.
Congregation Bet Haverim is seeking a full time Executive Director to partner with staff, rabbis and lay leadership.
The Executive Director will report to the Board of Directors and will work in close collaboration
and consultation with the Senior Rabbi. We offer a compensation package competitive with the
Areas of prime responsibilities include:
- Organizational Development & Fundraising
- Communications & Marketing
- Leadership Development
- Financial Management & Planning
- Office Management
- Human Resources
- Major Events & High Holidays
May 10, 2021
We are looking to fill one full-time or two part-time positions. When applying, please let us know if you are interested in full or part-time employment and if part-time, which roles you feel best suit your skillset. Town & Village Synagogue is a vibrant, multi-generational, egalitarian, traditional Conservative synagogue (around 385 member units) located in Downtown Manhattan and serving members from all over New York City and surrounding areas. We have developed a new position that requires an individual who is passionate about learning and thrives on collaboration. The Director of Congregational Learning and Engagement will have congregation-wide impact and will be responsible for coordinating our Early Childhood and Adult Education programs, Hebrew School (currently fewer than 35 students) and Center for Conversion to Judaism, creating new programs and the membership E.S.R. (engagement, satisfaction, and retention) program. The Director(s) report to the President and work with a team that consists of our clergy, and senior lay leadership to create a caring, welcoming, and vibrant environment for members and prospective members. They will also work closely with and support our Synagogue Administrator, our Early Childhood Coordinator, our Teen Coordinator, and a range of volunteers. The focus of this job will be to create, develop, expand and coordinate new and existing learning and engagement opportunities across the congregation (all ages) and beyond, on and off-campus, in-person and virtually.
Roles and Responsibilities (include but are not limited to):
Hebrew School Administration:
- Oversee annual school calendar, class schedule, and school events
- Develop the school curriculum to reflect the needs of students and the values of the synagogue
- Prepare an annual budget, including the Early Childhood Program
- Create outreach for student enrollment
- Recruit teaching staff and Teen Coordinator, establish clear goals and guidelines for teachers, hold regular teacher meetings, conduct reviews, and maintain open communication
Early Childhood Education:
- Collaborate with Early Childhood Coordinator and Cantor on Tot Shabbat and other programming
- Help establish plans for a smooth transition of families from early childhood to our Hebrew School
- Work with involved and experienced lay leadership and clergy to determine the adult
- Help prepare an annual calendar of adult education opportunities, help determine how the programs will be delivered (in person, virtual, etc.) and who will teach them,
- Coordinate all related communications and logistics
- Coordinate staff schedules and approve payments
- Develop and keep track of the budget
- Help solicit and track contributions to the Learners’ Circle
Center for Conversion to Judaism (CCJ):
- Oversee registration (once approved by relevant clergy) and tuition payment collection
- Coordinate staff schedules and approve payments
- Develop and keep track of the budget
- Solicit and track contributions to the CCJ
Other Educational Priorities:
- Develop and implement strategies with appropriate individuals for informal enrichment activities (holiday programs, children’s services, Shabbat class dinners) for families with children, as well as for adults.
- Plan and Implement opportunities for multi-generational and family learning that enrich and enhance their Jewish lives
- Integrate students and families into the larger congregational community, encouraging participation in grade-level worship and family services.
- Stay current with best practices in the field of engagement, including Relational Judaism
- Assess what will be most effective strategies for T & V and collaborate with staff and lay leadership to implement
- Develop and execute programs to recruit, motivate, connect and honor volunteers
- Assist in work of identifying, recruiting, and retaining members and develop relevant criteria to measure engagement and program success
- Track prospective members, coordinate outreach to them from existing members and clergy, develop ways to integrate them into the community
- Help identify “at-risk” members and collaborate retention efforts
- Work with lay leaders and event chairs on annual Gala and similar events
- Collaborate with clergy, Synagogue Administrator and congregational committees to enhance our existing programs, including religious services, holiday events, educational and social programs, and social action initiatives to create meaningful engagement
- Develop and implement (with the team) new programs which may take place outside of the Synagogue
- Assist in the collaboration with mission-aligned community partners
- Ensure that engagement and follow-up are integrated into every program
- Work with Synagogue Administrator to develop and maintain mechanisms to track members’ interests and participation and to make this information available (with regard for needed confidentiality)
- Track volunteer skills and interests in order to match with opportunities
- Identify trends in membership demography and interests
- Help create timely and relevant communications to targeted populations and individuals
- Work collaboratively as part of T & V’s team to fulfill its mission
- Represent T & V, at relevant committees and meetings in the Jewish community and in the community at large
- Take an active role in the life of the synagogue and the Jewish community
- Preferred experience: 5 years or more in Jewish organizational life
- Relevant degree (Rabbinic/Cantorial ordination, Masters in Jewish Education, MSW) desired but not required with relevant experience
- Judaic knowledge, including familiarity and comfort with Conservative Judaism
- Strong organizational skills, multi-tasker, self-starter
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Professional and empathetic in interpersonal relationships
- Standard technology skills (Word, Excel, Google Suite, and CRM)
- High standard of excellence, dedication, flexibility, and a “do whatever it takes to accomplish the job” attitude
- Warm, engaging, and accessible with a love for all children
Please send (1) a cover letter indicating the job(s) you are applying for and (2) a resume and send to email@example.com