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
Mount Freedom Jewish Center (Randolph NJ) a warm, friendly, open/modern Orthodox community in Mount Freedom, New Jersey seeks a part time Youth Director. We are looking for a caring, creative and experienced leader to work with our youth, professional staff and volunteers.
We are a small (but growing), informal, close community. We share in each other’s lives, learning and celebrating together. We gladly welcome all visitors and new members.
Position reports to: Rabbi Menashe East
Hours: approximately 20 hours/week including occasional Shabbat and Sundays.
The Youth Director creates and oversees programming and leadership development for synagogue youth in grades pre-K through 12. The function is to foster social, spiritual, educational, and social action programming for our children in order to deepen their connections to Judaism and to Israel.
Professional Requirements and Skills:
Strong Jewish identity and background in youth programming.
Strong organizational, project management and leadership skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Creative, high energy able to communicate “infectious enthusiasm” for Judaism.
Demonstrated ability and enjoyment in working with youth of all ages.
Knowledge of child development issues.
Computer experience including word-processing, database, graphics, spreadsheet applications and social media.
Ability to work on a variety of projects simultaneously.
General Duties, Youth Director:
Plan and implement Shabbat, Holiday and other programming for children working closely with the Rabbi, Youth Committee and synagogue volunteers.
Oversee major events sponsored by the synagogue, such as the Purim Carnival and Yom Ha’atzmaut celebrations
Empower youth and teens to create and run programming (with adult supervision) and to become leaders.
Serve as staff liaison to the synagogue’s Youth Committee.
Communicate regularly with parents and youth and foster healthy communication habits among the children.
Publicize youth programs with monthly calendar, flyers, social media, emails, synagogue bulletin, etc.
Document activities and keep records for institutional memory.
Prepare and manage the annual youth budget and keep track of funds, submit receipts for expenses, and other administrative aspects of running the youth activities.
Attend appropriate staff meetings as needed to coordinate with synagogue staff and clergy.
Other duties as requested by the Rabbi or Director.
Cover letter should include an outline of a successful youth program – from planning through implementation - which the candidate led
Looking for au-pair or live-in nanny to help with four small children in busy upper east side family. Perfect opportunity for college or graduate student. Your job would be to help kids get ready for school in the morning, including dressing and breakfast, and take two children to school. You would then be free for the day until school finishes, around 3:30-4:30 depending on the day. In the afternoon, collect kids from school, help with homework, baths, dinner, and bed time. Also about one half day on weekends. We have lovely housekeeper who is home 7-7 M-F daily to help as well, and generally there is another adult at home as well after 7 PM. You would very rarely be with the children on your own.
As compensation for your time and help, we can offer you your own furnished room and private bathroom as well as modest salary including paid vacations. Room has bed, dresser, TV & WI-FI. Family is shomer shabbat and kashrut.
This is an ideal opportunity for someone a college or graduate student or anyone who wants to take some extra classes in the day. We are located near buses and subways at 87th/2nd ave. Some Hebrew is a plus.
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Passport NYC at 92Y is the most unique, extraordinary summer opportunity out there for teens and staff! Join teens entering 9th-12th grades, for a sleepaway camp experience that celebrates creativity, social responsibility and Jewish values. Dive into one of five specialties: The Music Industry, Film, Culinary Arts, Fashion or Musical Theater. Programming includes daily class, site visits with experts and industry professionals, community service and meaningful Jewish community experiences.
We are seeking responsible individuals at least 21 years of age with a passion for/background in their specialty and an enthusiasm for working with teens and knowledge of New York City. Staff members will fill both the Resident Adviser and Program Specialist positions.
As a Resident Advisor, you are the person who helps to define a healthy, safe & fun experience for each participant of Passport NYC. The RA is the main person whom Passport NYC participants will look to for guidance over the course of their camp experience. Warmth with camp participants, ability to relate to them as individuals, and understanding their behaviors will be most important in helping to create a positive living environment and overall successful camp experience.
For the Program Specialist component, you will work alongside our lead teachers to help create a dynamic, challenging and rewarding experience for the teen participants of Passport NYC in the world of fashion, film, culinary arts, the music industry or musical theater. Working as a Program Specialist and Program Guide, each staff member will help the participants develop a deeper knowledge of their industry, and promote their growth as individuals and emerging leaders in the field.
*THIS IS A SUMMER-LONG LIVE-IN POSITION. STAFF DATES ARE JUNE 23th, 2013 - AUGUST 19th, 2013.
Compensation: $2900 including room, board (3 Kosher meals a day), transportation throughout NYC.
Fill out an online application at http://www.92y.org/Passport-NYC/Camps-Staff-Application
Passport NYC at 92Y seeks a creative, passionate, progressive, and experienced Informal Jewish Educator/Song Leader for our pluralistic, Jewish values based residential (NYC) summer camp program! Teens entering 9th through 12th grades from all over the world live in the 92Y Residence and spend their days hands on, learning in one of five specialty programs; Culinary Arts, Music Industry, Fashion, Film or Musical Theater while exploring NYC, creating community and exploring Jewish identity and culture.
As the Jewish Educator you will inspire and lead the Passport NYC participants and staff towards a greater appreciation, understanding and connection to Jewish culture, community and the Jewish obligation to help heal the world. Some ways in which this can be achieved:
· Incorporating eco/social awareness into camp programming and connecting that awareness to Jewish thought/philosophy/culture/history/ritual within the arts based classes and special evening and day programs
· Encouraging the exploration of ones passions and sense of self and community through creative Jewish values based programming
· Creating and leading “out of this world-remember this forever” Shabbat and Havdallah experiences
· Providing a strong role model for relevant, passionate Jewish affiliation for teens and staff
· Empowering our camp community to be involved, explore Judaism in relevant and natural ways that are inclusive and encouraging
· Training staff to lead effective, reflective, inclusive Shabbat friendly programs for our Saturday reflective elective options and choose your own adventure programs as well as Friday evening pre-Shabbat “chuggim” (electives)
As the Song Leader, you are responsible for providing the spirit “ruach” and musical elements of the Shabbat experience from Friday night through Havdallah on Saturday night. You will also song lead at various other times throughout the week both formally and informally. Through leading engaging and relevant song sessions, facilitating music related camp electives “chuggim” and providing inspirational musical accompaniment during our Shabbat song session and Havdallah service. You will help guide the Passport NYC culture towards a feeling of cohesion, openness, depth and an overall positive energy.
As Residential Passport NYC staff you will live in the 92Y Residence as a part of the Passport NYC Leadership team living amongst the camp community. You will have an opportunity to bounce between the five specialty areas (Fashion, Film, Culinary Arts, Musical Theater and the Music Industry). At all times you are fully responsible for the health, safety and overall well being of all teens and staff in your care.
You must love working with teens and have proven success within this population. Have demonstrated skills in leading song sessions through voice and guitar (ideally in a summer camp setting) and know both Jewish and secular “campy” music. As Passport NYC is headed into it’s forth year, you have the sacred opportunity to help continue to shape the program, culture and growing traditions of this ever-changing community. You will be instrumental in its continued success. Passport NYC is Kosher and Shomer Shabbat friendly. It prides itself on its openness, inclusivity and ability to make anyone feel welcome and comfortable in this Jewish community. We seek a person who deeply shares these values.
All applicants must be at least 21 years of age. Required to live on-site June 23-August 19, 2013
Summer dates: Staff Orientation & Training, Sunday, June 23rd – Sunday, June 30th
Session 1: Sunday, June 30th – Sunday, July 21st
Intersession Reboot Staff Training: Monday, July 22nd – Sunday, July 28th
Session 2: Sunday, July 28th – August 18th
Staff departure: Monday, August 19th
Competitive Salary, gym/pool membership, room and board included.
Visit www.92YPassportNYC.org for additional information, videos and testimonials on Passport NYC
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Infant Head Teacher: The Ramaz Faculty Daycare Center
Join Our Family
We are a unique childcare program designed for the children of our school’s faculty. We offer a warm and nurturing environment with a focus on helping children grow and develop socially, emotionally, and physically, as well as intellectually within a Jewish Community. We are a small program of thirty children serving children ages eight weeks through two years of age, with low teacher turnover and a strong program for learning.
Make a Difference!
Join our family at the Ramaz Faculty Daycare Center as a Head Infant Teacher, in collaboration with two assistant teachers. You and your assistants will provide a responsive and loving environment for up to eight babies, eight weeks of age through 12 months. Your knowledge of infant development, responsive caregiving techniques, patience, and passion for working with infants ensures that each child develops with a sense of confidence within a caring, learning environment. An understanding of the Hebrew language is preferred, but not required.
As the Infant Head Teacher you will:
Associate’s (AA or AS) degree in early childhood education or Child Development Associate (CDA)
Five years of experience in a licensed infant/toddler program.
Knowledge of NYC DOH Article 47
Knowledge of Developmentally Appropriate Practices.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Must be 21 years old or older.