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(254) Normand
Sat, 1 November 2014 00:02:15 +0000
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(253) Rosalind
Fri, 31 October 2014 19:35:42 +0000
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(252) Josephine
Fri, 31 October 2014 18:37:52 +0000
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(251) JCCGW
Fri, 31 October 2014 17:55:19 +0000
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Full Time Assistant Teachers for Reggio Inspired Jewish Preschool (Rockville)

The Jewish Community Center Preschool in Rockville is seeking Assistant Teachers to begin immediately. We seek intelligent, loving individuals with experience in early childhood education or a related field and a forward-thinking, joyous disposition. Must be completely fluent in English.
90 hours certification a plus.

E-mail your resume and cover letter to slanes@jccgw.org

(250) Rabbi Risa Weinstein
Thu, 30 October 2014 00:21:02 +0000
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Ohr Kodesh Congregation in Chevy Chase, MD is looking for 2 female college students to staff a 5th and 6th grade Shabbaton from Friday, Nov. 14-Sunday morning, Nov. 16 at the Pearlstone Retreat Center in Reisterstown, MD. The pay is $150 for the Shabbaton and transportation to and from the Shabbaton is provided. If you are interested in staffing, please send a resume and two references to Rabbi Risa Weinstein, Director of Lifelong Learning, at rweinstein@ohrkodesh.org. Jewish camp and Jewish youth group alumni encouraged to apply. Please indicate if you will need to leave early on Sunday to teach at a religious school. We will work to accommodate you.


(249) Zoomer
Fri, 24 October 2014 14:08:08 +0000
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Delivery Drivers Wanted! Hurry, join Zoomer today!

Zoomer is growing like crazy and we are on the search for reliable, friendly and independent people who can drive safely and deliver food in a timely manner. Zoomer Drivers expect to make $15 to $25 per hour on average (including tips) by delivering food from local restaurants to customers in the Newark, DE area. One of the best parts of being a driver on the Zoomer platform is that you never have to work a shift you don’t want! As a Zoomer driver, you are your own boss and you decide what shifts you want to work.
What is Zoomer?

Zoomer is a platform that connects restaurants with delivery drivers. We currently work with the most popular restaurants in Newark including Wings To Go, Margheritas Pizza and many more.
How does it work?

You will be assigned orders through the Zoomer smartphone application. The application will show you exactly which restaurant to pick up food from and direct you to the drop off location.
Are you qualified?

To apply, you’ll need a valid drivers license (with a clean driving record) and proof of auto insurance. You’ll also need a reliable car and smartphone (Android or iPhone). You must be 18 years or older and have 2 years of driving experience in order to become a Zoomer delivery driver.


(248) Rabbi Risa Weinstein
Tue, 21 October 2014 16:17:50 +0000
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Ner Tamid Fellowship
Ohr Kodesh Congregation
Chevy Chase, MD

Are you a recent college graduate who has dreams of a career in the field of Jewish education, Jewish communal service, or as a clergyperson? Are you interested in learning how a synagogue runs, from the ground up? The Ner Tamid Fellowship at Ohr Kodesh Congregation in Chevy Chase, Maryland is offering a recent college graduate or young professional an opportunity to gain the experience necessary to start a successful career in Jewish communal service. This two year fellowship begins immediately and ends August 1, 2016. In addition to job responsibilities, the Ner Tamid Fellow will be given opportunities for professional development and Jewish study.

Job responsibilities for the Ner Tamid Fellowship are primarily administrative and require someone with high executive function and astute attention to detail. Responsibilities include programming, marketing, volunteer coordination, and interpersonal relations. Depending on the applicant, there are opportunities to teach youth, lead services, and make their own mark on the synagogue community. There is room for growth in this position for the right person.

This is a 40 hour per week position, which consistently includes Sunday mornings, some Shabbat responsibilities, and staying later (7 PM) on Wednesday evenings. Day off will be Monday, and there will be some flexibility of hours on weekdays.

Please reply on the JewishJobs website or submit a cover letter and a resume to cantorlabovitz@ohrkodesh.org. No phone calls, please.

Job Responsibilities
Youth and Family Programs:
• Provide administrative support to Director of Lifelong Learning
• Maintain programming calendar; updating main synagogue calendar and informing all staff of upcoming programs
• Initiate planning for all synagogue holiday programs, serving as a representative on planning committees
• Maintain communications databases
• Prepare and send communications on schedule
• Receive and track program registration
• Order program supplies
• Assist with program volunteer recruitment
• Assist and support program chairs and volunteers
• Manage and coordinate program logistics
• Track Youth and Family Budgets
• Major Programs Support, including retreats, High Holiday youth services, Other Youth and Family Services, Shabbat Youth and Family Programs
• Oversee and perform all administrative tasks that help create successful Youth Group Advisors and Teen Synagogue Leaders

Religious School:
• Support Cantor/Educator in planning, calendar maintenance, logistics, communications, administrative functions and volunteer support.
• Maintain program calendar and initiate planning for school and school events
• Maintain communications database
• Prepare and send communications on schedule, including mailings and electronic communications.
• Support faculty and manage administrative operations for the school, including, but not limited to, purchasing supplies, maintaining registration, recruiting substitutes, managing student arrivals and dismissals, and managing and sending student reports.
• Coordinate school special events
• Support student recruitment and enrollment process
• Purchase snacks for and supervise before school student club.
• Sit at Front Desk during school hours and welcome parents and students.

Adult Education
• Prepare and send communications on schedule
• Mailings, posters, weekly announcements, bulletin, external advertising
• Electronic communications – emails, list serves, website
• Social media postings


Other Responsibilities:
• Participate as a member of synagogue administrative team
• Perform other administrative and program support functions as directed by the Cantor/Educator and the Director of Lifelong Learning


Requirements
• Bachelors degree preferred
• Highly organized and capable of initiating projects with minimal supervision
• Experience in assisting a program director, include schedule/calendar management and file management
• Efficient and effective in managing logistics and completing administrative tasks
• Excellent interpersonal skills, builds strong working relationships with superiors, colleagues, supervisees, and volunteers
• Accurate and experienced database manager
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Demonstrated experience crafting communications for print, email, list-serves, and social media
• Experience writing/editing newsletters and web content; design skills/expertise a plus
• Familiarity with Jewish holidays/calendar, rituals, customs, synagogue-based programs including religious services; specific knowledge of Conservative Judaism
• Strong ‘customer service’ orientation
• Ability to handle challenging situations with patience, tact and professionalism
• Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
• Ability to lead and/or support others with a positive attitude and serve as a role model for program participants and students
• Strong work ethic, personal integrity, and professional demeanor


Reports To: Cantor/Educator and Director of Lifelong Learning
FLSA Status: Exempt, Full-Time, Salary
Date of Revision: October 14, 2014


(247) JCCGW
Mon, 20 October 2014 10:34:18 +0000
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The Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington is seeking an experienced Payroll Specialist to support all of its day-to-day payroll functions. The new Payroll Specialist will serve as a member of the accounting team. The JCCGW is a non-sectarian 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with an annual budget of approximately $11 million and a staff of 300+. The Payroll
Specialist will support the JCCGW’s payroll functions, including maintaining payroll database for JCCGW staff, communicating with the payroll vendor, and managing workflow to ensure all payroll transactions are processed accurately.

Working with the CFO, Accounting Supervisor and other members of the accounting team, the Payroll Specialist will maintain the payroll database and manage communication with the payroll
vendor; notify managers of change notices from payroll vendor and communicate effectively with managers to resolve discrepancies; schedule and implement timesheet reminder
notifications to supervisors; ensure accurate processing and recording of direct deposits, payroll deductions, garnishments and other information in payroll system and review payroll entries in accounting software after each payroll processing cycle; create and run payroll reports; prepare payroll deduction reports for program fees to Registrar & Office assistant and reconcile health and dental benefits withheld; transmit 403(b) withholdings to vendors and prepare entry to record transactions into the accounting software after each payroll processing cycle.

Highly qualified candidates will possess an accounting degree or minimum of 4 years of accounting and payroll experience (prior nonprofit experience is a plus); experience processing high volume of payroll (200-500 employees) with complexity (exempt, non-exempt, full-time, part-time, seasonal, etc.); excellent attention to detail; ability to process transactions accurately;
excellent organizational, problem solving and decision-making skills; ability to prioritize workload and meet deadlines; the ability to provide excellent internal and external customer service; among others.

Salary is commensurate with experience. To apply, e-mail resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: JCCGW-Payroll@raffa.com (e-mail applications are required). All other communications please contact Karen Schuler (kschuler@raffa.com) or Rowney Anipa (ranipa@raffa.com) at Raffa PC, which is conducting the search on behalf of the JCCGW. Resume reviews begin immediately.

The JCCGW is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.

(246) JCCGW
Mon, 20 October 2014 10:27:36 +0000
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Assistant Camp Director (part-time) twenty hours a week September -- May, Full time May 1 -- August 31 needed for the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington. Located in Rockville, Maryland, this premier community center is at the heart of Jewish life in Montgomery County, operating a full scale health and fitness center, pre-school, day camp and variety of education and arts programs.

Responsibilities:
• Oversee the recruitment, hiring and training of camp staff
• Supervise and Oversee Camp Unit Heads, staff supervision and parent communication
• Coordinate transportation for daily and field trip needs
• Plan and organize camp field trip calendar
• Coordinate staff development and staff events
• Participate in camper recruitment and retention events

Qualifications:
• Bachelor's degree
• Current CPR and First Aid Certification
• Flexibility and ability to work with the public, program participants and other employees in a pleasant, courteous manner as required by the position
• Experience working in a day or overnight camp setting, supervising staff of varying ages and communicating with parents

Free membership to our on-site fitness center, indoor/outdoor pools and employee discounts to most Center programs.

We are conveniently located near two Metro Red Line stations and have free on-site parking.

E-mail resume, cover letter and salary requirements to jobs@jccgw.org

(245) JCCGW
Mon, 20 October 2014 10:25:28 +0000
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The Jewish Community Center Preschool in Rockville, a Reggio-inspired school, is seeking a long term substitute for a teacher leaving on maternity leave.

Candidate must have experience in early childhood education or a related field, a degree in ECE or a college degree in ECE or related field. Knowledge of Jewish content and the Reggio approach a huge plus. Excellent communication skills in English a must.

Please send a cover letter and resume to slanes@jccgw.org

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