Congregation Beth Sholom (CBS) is a traditional, egalitarian congregation affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
The Director of Youth Engagement will be part of the synagogue professional leadership team and will help build leadership among teens and will help develop an action plan for a reinvigorated Youth Committee. Together with professional and volunteer leaders, the Director of Youth Engagement will implement dynamic programming to engage children (K-12) in the life of our vibrant synagogue community, with a priority on developing and implementing a strategy to increase pre-teen and teen engagement.
Specific responsibilities include:
Outreach & Administration
Interested candidates are encouraged to send a cover letter and resume, along with name and contact information for 2-3 professional references, to: email@example.com. Please include “Director of Youth Engagement” in the subject line. Preference will be given to applications received by Monday, June 3.
Director of Education
The Director of Education would be responsible for overseeing all aspects of educational content for the network of Information Security Media Group (ISMG) publications. This will include developing curriculum, selecting speakers, maintaining a board of advisors, developing webinars, presenting training sessions, and expanding the team over time to bring on colleagues who can contribute to the training process.
In just five years ISMG has established a strong presence in this space, becoming the preferred source of content — including content no one else offers — in the industry. In this position we’re looking for an insightful expert who can direct the path of our education and continue to expand our curriculum with impactful education our customers rely on. ISMG publishes multiple digital media sites offering news, views, research and education on the top industry, security, regulatory and technology challenges facing information security leaders worldwide including; BankInfoSecurity, CUInfoSecurity, GovInfoSecurity, HealthcareInfoSecurity, InfoRiskToday, DataBreachToday, and CareersInfoSecurity. Each site is guided by an advisory board of renowned thought leaders from business, government and education. Our suite of educational webinars offers hands-on training by knowledgeable practitioners, and our custom research is routinely featured at leading industry events such as RSA Conference and BAI Payment Connect.
- Subject matter expertise in a range of security topics. Including (but not limited to); security program development & management, compliance, audit, fraud, vendor management, etc.
- Excellent verbal, written & presentation skills.
- Exposure to international marketing a plus.
- Technical savvy - experience in IT / technology is preferred, and familiarity with webinar development is a plus.
- Experience in banking or healthcare sector a plus.
The Role: Reporting to Senior Management, you will join as the key driving force in the direction and development of our education. You will use your own experience, industry trends, and emerging threats to develop in-depth education with actionable advice for our customers. The level of education our premium webinars have been the foundation of our success and have provided the distinguishing factor that sets ISMG above other publications in our space. We have assembled an extensive curriculum of webinars over the years and have the ability to track the topics and concerns that matter most our customers. Provide a large information base to draw from when, prioritizing and planning the educational calendar. This valuable user behavior information (for example, trending topics, past webinar registrations, article views, etc.) will prove useful in determining the potential success of each course.
What your role will include:
Curriculum Development - determining premium course topics and creating meaningful sessions that provide a solution to industry problems.
Speaker Selection - finding notable industry experts and practitioners to collaborate as educational sessions speakers.
Webinar Production - moderating, presenting, determining session agenda, and developing Q&A.
Team Expansion - maintaining a dynamic board of advisors to draw knowledge of industry trends, and emerging threats for an educational development agenda. Also, finding industry experts and practitioners to join our team as webinar presenters and contributors.
- Medical and 401k Plan available.
- Friendly work environment.
- Easy access to New York and Philadelphia
LOCAL CANDIDATES ONLY, PLEASE! (within commutable distance to Princeton, NJ)
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
We are looking for a Full Time Development Associate at the Hebrew Academy of Morris County, a community day school in Morris County, NJ, serving 240 studnts pre-school through eighth grade.
Summary of the job:
The Development Associate is a detail-oriented person who will report to the Director of Development. The position will support the Development Office in the areas of fundraising, social media and programming for the school.
Responsibilities: (include but are not limited to)
Support for Annual Campaign, Grandparents campaign, Annual Gala and Auction Fundraisers and support for other school events and programs during the school year. Duties will also include general donor correspondence, Social Media skills to support school blog/website updates/Facebook, video messages and writing for school blog.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office including Excel, polished writing and communication skills, detail-oriented and organized, able to adapt to an ever changing work environment and work well independently or as part of a team.
Experience: 2 years minimum office experience. Salary and other benefits are commensurate with experience. Days off for school vacations and Jewish holidays.
Preferred Degree: Bachelors
Candidate must submit a resume, sample marketing and communications materials and two references to Naomi Bacharach, Director of Marketing and Development, Hebrew Academy of Morris County, 146 Dover Chester Road, Randolph, NJ 07869 or apply below.
An up-and coming solar PV distributor and project developer is seeking experienced Independent Sales Representatives to develop potential solar markets in New Jersey and New York. For immediate consideration, please send your profile to HRCLEARVIEW2012@GMAIL.COM.
An award-winning leading of architectural and residential windows and doors manufacturer is seeking an experienced Outside Sales Representative to promote vinyl, aluminum, architectural windows and doors in New York. Candidates should be familiar with window and door industry. For immediate consideration, please send your profile and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congregation Agudath Achim, Freeehold Jewish Center, a traditional congregation of 170+ families located in Freehold, NJ, seeks a part time Cantor to conduct Shabbat and Yom Tov services.
Having just celebrated our 100th anniversary with a new and dynamic spiritual leader, we are seeking a Cantor who is dedicated to the growth and spirituality of our community. The new cantor will inspire the congregation and make the religious experience of all members more meaningful. We are looking for a new Cantor who is dedicated to a life of Tefillah.
The Cantor should have a recognized cantorial certification from a notable institution. He will be jointly supervised by the Rabbi and President of the Congregation. The responsibilities of the cantor include the following:
Application Instructions: Candidates may submit, electronically to:
• Cover letter expressing interest
• A current resume
• Other supporting documents that you feel would be useful to the Search Committee
Temple Beth El of North Bergen seeks a rabbi to join a unique synagogue founded in 1923. In the last 10 - 15 years, as new housing and commercial development has taken place along River Road and the Hudson County waterfront, we have seen the arrival of a new Jewish population. For many of these people, the practice of Judaism does not require them to follow the traditional model of belonging to a neighborhood synagogue which is a challenge to attract and keep people in the seats.Temple Beth El, wants to reach out to this population and let them know that we can provide them with a warm and friendly Jewish community in their own neighborhood and / or help them to reconnect with their Jewish identity, regardless of their background, place of origin, or level of observance.
We seek a rabbi who can share our vision leveraging our renaissance with the support of a dedicated and growing congregation. More than ever before, we are striving to reflect and address the needs of the diverse, local Jewish community. We are an egalitarian Conservative synagogue that offers traditional services and a variety of activities throughout the year.
The ideal candidate will have:
1) Relevant congregational experience.
2) Strong Torah reading, davening, and Hebrew language skills.
3) A solid understanding of Jewish traditions, history, and liturgy and the ability to communicate it to the Temple congregation.
4) A knowledge of a range of melodies to use in davening.
5) An entrepreneurial, outgoing, and approachable personality, possess outstanding communication (verbal and written) skills, and be organized and capable of working in an unstructured environment.
6) A proven ability to leverage social media for on-going communications with Temple membership and for outreach to potential new members.
7) A knowledge of Spanish is a plus.
Filed under: New Jersey.
Temple Beth Sholom of Pascack Valley, a Conservative Egalitarian synagogue in northern NJ, is seeking a new Rabbi. We are located at 32 Park Avenue, Park Ridge, NJ. (Website: www.tbspv.org)
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INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY BUILDING
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PASTORAL AND CHAPLAIN RESPONSIBILITIES
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RELIGIOUS SCHOOL, B’NEI MITZVAH, ADULT AND FAMILY EDUCATION
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