Hebrew Language Academy Charter School is a K-5 dual-language public charter school located in Brooklyn, NY, serving a diverse population and committed to academic excellence and Hebrew language proficiency for students in grades K through 5. We seek dynamic, caring, dedicated, and professional educators who would relish the opportunity to work with exceptional colleagues, a diverse student body and an innovative program for the 2013-2014 school year.
Current opportunities include:
NYS Certified Physical Education teacher
NYS Certified General Education teacher
Full Time Reading/Literacy Specialist
NYS Certified ESL teacher
Full Time Hebrew Language teachers
Full Time School Data Manager
Qualified individuals should submit their cover letter and resume to:
Head of School
Full-time teachers wanted for progressive, non-denominational Jewish Day School with children ages 3 through fifth grade. Must be fluent in Hebrew and able to integrate Judaic studies and secular studies.
Degree in progressive early childhood or elementary education; classroom experience a must; knowledge of Jewish tradition, practice and culture; ability to differentiate instruction for different learning styles and needs.
Citizenship, Green Card or appropriate Visa to permit work in US. Please email resumes (IN ENGLISH) using the link below.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. For more information: www.beitrabban.org/work-at-beit-rabban/
TEMPLE DE HIRSCH SINAI
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR POSITION DESCRIPTION
Temple De Hirsch Sinai (TDHS) is a 1500-family, diverse, two-campus synagogue located in the greater Seattle area. We seek a versatile, energetic Executive Director to lead our administrative staff and partner with our clergy in fulfilling our mission of being a congregation at the forefront of Reform Judaism. Employment will begin during the calendar fourth quarter of 2013. Ideal candidates will have relevant experience with complex organizations, will have an understanding of and passion for Reform Judaism, will enjoy a fast moving and sometimes unpredictable pace, will thrive on multitasking, and will bring to our historic congregation the best of modern management techniques and skills. In partnership with the clergy and Board of Trustees, our new Executive Director will both manage current needs and be a key leader in anticipating, planning and strategizing for the future.
The Executive Director reports to the Board of Trustees, and shares overall authority with the Senior Rabbi, who also reports to the Board. As the senior administrator of the congregation, the Executive Director is responsible and accountable for all operations of the congregation. Specifically these functions include:
There are many skills and attributes required of a successful candidate. These include, but are not limited to:
TDHS offers a competitive salary and benefit package, commensurate with experience. The current Executive Director retires at the end of calendar 2013. Our new Executive Director will begin work on a mutually agreeable date during the fourth quarter of 2013 that allows for some overlap with the outgoing ED.
Applicants should submit qualifications no later than March 30, 2013, to EDSearch@tdhs-nw.org
Information should include:
If there are questions, please direct those to the Search Committee at the email address above.
ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal Seeks Executive Director
ALEPH, a cutting edge international Jewish non-profit, seeks slightly-more-than-half-time Executive Director to help lead, inspire and grow the Jewish Renewal Movement.
Experienced, successful fundraiser and seasoned manager who enjoys fast paced, dynamic environments, likes to juggle multiple priorities and work in a collaborative setting is invited to lead our team of dedicated professionals. Your skills will be a significant part of the success of our creative, progressive spiritual organization that includes a seminary, several retreat intensives, adult distance learning, congregational services, Israel trips, on-line sales and more.
ALEPH is in a time of exciting organizational change and seeks a flexible candidate eager to be part of this process. Candidates must have strong people skills and at least ten years of experience in Fundraising and Development, Project development and Management, Board support, PR, Financial oversight, Public speaking, Communications and Non-profit governance. The capacity to multi-task, problem solve, project manage independently, make deadlines, and address the needs of multiple stakeholders are essential. At least five years of experience in Organizational Development and institutional change a plus.
The position serves as ALEPH’s chief executive staff member, leading a staff management team which also includes an Operations Manager and Associate Director. Responsible for leading Board, staff and volunteers in strategic coordinated efforts to carry out ALEPH’s work, and ensure the health and well being of the organization. This position reports directly to the Chair of the Board and more generally to the Personnel Committee of the Board.
Specific Responsibilities include:
Management: Oversee staff and collaborate with staff and Project Directors to optimize performance, creating regular opportunities for cross project planning and collaboration, working extensively with the Kallah and the Bet Midrash.
Fundraising and Development: Primary staff member for major donor solicitation and grant-seeking: Identify and cultivate individual and institutional donors; oversee creation and timely submission of grant applications; maintain ongoing communication with existing and prospective funders; ensure that reporting to funders is effective and timely; plan and create solicitation letters, brochures and other materials as needed.
Consultant to ALEPH member communities: Coordinate and/or provide technical assistance offerings for communities such as publications, retreats, Kallah offerings and one-on-one consultation; ensure that ALEPH’s communication with and service to member communities maintains a high standard of effectiveness and responsiveness; continue to cultivate new affiliates.
Board and Organizational Support:
Work with entire organization on developing and implementing strategic visioning. Plan and draft agendas for all ALEPH Board teleconferences/ meetings. Support face-to-face and telephonic board meetings. Report to the Board about progress, issues, and opportunities. Alert Board Chair about any significant issues or opportunities that arise between meetings.
Outreach, Representation and Public Relations: Represent and promote ALEPH throughout the larger Jewish world and in interfaith ventures that help manifest ALEPH’s Principles.
Special Projects: Work with Birthright, Israel trips and other programs the board deems a priority.
Salary and benefits: Commensurate with experience up to FTE of $90,000, depending on experience, plus full individual (not family) health benefits.
Hours: Hours may be increased commensurate with the success of fundraising efforts, but will begin with a minimum and maximum of 23 hours.
Location: Tele-commuting, even from long-distance, is an option for this position. This position will require travel for ALEPH events, conferences and to ALEPH communities. The ALEPH business office is in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Visit www.aleph.org and review ALEPH’s programs and Statement of Principles found at https://www.aleph.org/about.htm before you apply, so you can see if you are in alignment with our values and vision.
Please send a cover letter, resume, 3 references, your contact information and any questions to Rabbi Lori Klein, ALEPH Board Chair at BoardChair@aleph.org. No phone calls please.
The posting will remain open until August 31. Top candidates will be contacted soon thereafter to set up interviews.
Jewish Community of the North Shore
The Jewish Community Center of the North Shore was founded in Lynn, MA, in 1911 as the central gathering place for the Jewish community on the North Shore. In 1972, the JCC relocated to its current facility in the beautiful seaside town of Marblehead. The organization is celebrating its 100th year and remains a cornerstone of the North Shore Jewish community.
The Board of the JCCNS is enthusiastic about recruiting its new Executive Director who will lead this important Jewish institution into its next 100 years! The ED reports to the Board of the JCC of the North Shore and provides executive leadership to all program and development staff. He or she oversees the personnel and planning for all JCCNS business departments, programs, and activities and will be charged with building a philanthropic program to augment the earned revenue. The ED plans and identifies priorities for philanthropic support, and maintains and enhances the earned and philanthropic revenue for the JCCNS. In consultation with the President, the Board, staff and other stakeholders, the new Executive Director will lead the implementation of the proactive new business plan, including the establishment of clear goals and priorities for staff to achieve.
The right candidate will have at least a Bachelor’s degree and be a seasoned leader of a non-profit organization or business with the ability to manage and deploy resources effectively, staff management experience, an understanding of and interest in the JCCNS mission and purpose, significant, successful experience in major gift fund raising, and a love of working with volunteer community leaders and boards.
We appreciate and value all referrals. Interested parties send resume and cover letter to Gary M. Groth, Volunteer Chair of the Search Committee at email@example.com. For additional questions please send an initial e-mail to the same address. Contact with our office will remain confidential. No calls to the JCCNS, please.
Jewish Sunday School Teachers Sought:
The City Congregation for Humanistic Judaism is seeking friendly and energetic teachers for our twice-monthly Sunday afternoon secular humanistic Jewish school for children up to age 13.
Candidates must be enthusiastic about teaching Jewish culture, history and tradition that is not immersed in a religious atmosphere.
Personal religious beliefs are not important. No knowledge of Hebrew or Yiddish needed.
We are a medium sized school that meets, as we have for many years, on the upper west side of Manhattan. We offer a wonderful setting in which you can be creative and feel supported, as well as an excellent salary.
Please visit our website at www.citycongregation.org to learn more about our program.
To inquire about our teaching positions, which will commence in early September, 2010, please email (preferred) or mail cover letter and resume to:
Mailing Address: City Congregation for Humanistic Judaism
249 West 34th St., Ste. 600
New York, NY 10001-2815
Filed under: Education.
We are looking for honest, self-motivated, organized and disciplined people.
These are the required steps that are needed in order to succeed in our business which includes a combination of telemarketing, consulting, sales and closing deals.
It is our business to help companies and individuals save time and money on their phone, internet, and long distance needs, using predominantly T1 (and 4G) technologies.
Telemarketing script, organizational tools and services will be available to any independent representative. Realistically, 10 hours per week minimum in telemarketing is necessary to become successful in this industry. You are basically running your own business and therefore you will be managing your own time. If you are not able to set your own hours and turn off the TV, radio, internet… then do not apply.
The money is very good if you are organized, self-motivated, and disciplined. Realistic first year earning for full time work is 40-60k (US). 100k (US) is possible first year but more common by 3rd to 5th year.
If you would enjoy making calls 10-40 hours per week, have your own phone/email address, speak English and you are self-motivated and disciplined person then please email your resume (or letter about yourself) and 3 references to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are accepted, there is a short agreement that indicates how you will be paid and that you will be an independent contractor who is responsible to pay your own taxes.