Modern Orthodox family in Wesley Hills, NY looking for an experienced nanny for 3 daughters, ages 14, 12 and 9. Would be open to live in or live out arrangements. Must speak fluent English, have a valid driver’s license and a clean driving record. Candidate must also have references and be willing to commit to a one year engagement. Please respond to Avi at email@example.com.
The Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR) is seeking an experienced Development Manager to work with the Chief Executive of the CCAR, the Director of Operations/Controller, and other staff and volunteers to help implement strategic fundraising and other development objectives of the Conference. Please send resume, letter and salary history to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Central Conference of American Rabbis, founded in 1889, is the oldest and largest rabbinic organization in North America. As the professional organization for Reform Rabbis of North America, the CCAR projects a powerful voice in the religious life of the American and international Jewish communities. The CCAR also fosters excellence in rabbinic leadership and serves the Jewish community through programs, support services and resources. To this end, the CCAR operates a number of lines of business including continuing education programs, annual convention, a placement department and the CCAR Press. All of these areas present opportunities for support, fundraising and other revenue enhancement. Website: www.ccarnet.org
The Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR) is seeking an experienced Administrative Assistant to the Director of Rabbinic Placement. The Assistant will report directly to the Director of Rabbinic Placement and the Director of Operations/Controller, as well as support the work of the other senior staff and the CCAR in general. A detailed resume along with salary requirements should be sent to Human Resources at email@example.com.
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The Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR), founded in 1889, is the oldest and largest rabbinic organization in North America. As the professional organization for the Reform Rabbis of North America, the CCAR projects a powerful voice in the religious life of the American and international Jewish communities. The CCAR also fosters excellence in rabbinic leadership and serves the Jewish community through programs, support services and resources. To this end, the CCAR operates a number of lines of business including continuing education programs, an annual convention, a placement department and the CCAR Press. All of these areas present opportunities for support, fundraising and other revenue enhancement.
Solomon Schechter School of Westchester is seeking a community coordinator for alumni outreach and event planning, social media communications, and grant research. The ideal candidate will be highly organized, articulate, have good writing skills, possess sensitivity to community needs, and excellent command of social media (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, blogs). A Schechter Westchester education is preferred.
About the School: Schechter Westchester is a vibrant K-12 Jewish day school dedicated to academic excellence and instilling in our students a life long commitment to Jewish practice and knowledge. Our Lower School (grades K-5) is located in White Plains, New York. Our Middle School (grades 6-8) and High School (grades 9-12) are on our Upper School campus in Hartsdale, New York.
To Apply: Candidates should send their resumes and a cover note (indicating how they learned about the position) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A friendly and warm computer literate person needed to answer phones, greet parents, assist teachers and students Monday and Wednesday 3:00 - 6:30 for a small after school temple Hebrew School. Ability to subsitute for absent teachers is a plus.
BACKGROUND: Congregation B’nai Jeshurun (BJ), located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, is one of the country’s leading progressive synagogues. BJ was originally founded in 1825, and was revitalized by the charismatic noted rabbi and human rights activist, Rabbi Marshall T. Meyer, an American who was the spiritual leader of a congregation in Argentina. Rabbi Meyer was joined at BJ by two of his former students from Argentina, Rabbi J. Rolando Matalon, and Cantor Ari Priven. After Rabbi Meyer’s death in 1993, fellow Argentinean Rabbi Marcelo Bronstein came to partner with Rabbi Matalon, and in 2001, Rabbi Felicia Sol, previously a rabbinic fellow at BJ, joined the rabbinic team.
BJ is considered a phenomenon in the Jewish world both because of its rapid and explosive growth and the level of regular involvement and intense commitment of so many of its members. It has been the subject of numerous articles, book chapters, and several documentaries in the Jewish and secular media. Today, the Congregation has approximately 3,800 members (1,875 households) who live on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, other neighborhoods of Manhattan, the outer boroughs, and even New Jersey and Connecticut.
In addition to Shabbat and holiday services, prayer and the study of the Torah, BJ offers educational programs for all ages, Hebrew school, programs and activities in social action/social justice, a homeless shelter, meeting/event space, and much more. BJ is governed by a 28-member Board of Trustees and has an operating budget of $6 million.
THE OPPORTUNITY/CHALLENGE: The Executive Director will join BJ at a transformational moment of transition and growth, and will have the unique opportunity to work with an engaged and dynamic spiritual community to guide one of the nation’s leading progressive synagogues to new levels of success and service.
He/she will partner strategically with the Rabbis, the President, and the Trustees who together will articulate, update and support a vision for the congregation. The Executive Director will provide leadership and direction to a team whose mission it will be to translate that vision into supportive programs, activities and institutional strategies through the congregation’s daily operations (administration, finance, technology, communications/marketing, programming, fundraising, volunteer relations, and facilities).
REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: The Executive Director reports to the President of the Board of Trustees and works in close partnership with the BJ rabbinic team. Reporting to the Executive Director is a staff of 35. The Executive Director will also engage on a regular basis with an active volunteer cadre of more than 1,000.
IDEAL Qualifications: Commitment to Jewish life and the Jewish community, and an understanding of the connection to the principles of BJ; bachelor’s degree, advanced degree preferred; proven leadership, managerial , strategic planning, problem-solving, and fiscal responsibility as an executive in a not-for-profit, public sector or congregational setting; experience leading organizational change and growth; experience with fundraising—generating support from individual donors and family foundations; demonstrated success working effectively with a board of trustees; capital project management experience; an articulate, persuasive communicator; technologically savvy; willingness to embrace and encourage institutional evaluation; superior organizational, time-management and follow-up skills; highly evolved human relations skills; a consummate team player and collaborator; intellectually curious; a warm, engaging and approachable style; energy, charisma, entrepreneurship and creativity; impeccable judgment and discretion; willing to work evenings and weekends, as necessary.
Compensation will be competitive and commensurate with experience and accomplishments. Kindly direct all inquiries to Howe-Lewis; do not contact BJ.
We are seeking an Assistant to the Publisher and Director of Press to be responsible for customer service calls and processing orders for books as well as assisting the Publisher and Director of Press.
General areas of responsibility, including but not limited to:
A detailed resume along with salary requirements should be sent to Human Resources at email@example.com.