The Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington has openings for Membership Sales Associates. Located at 6125 Montrose Road in Rockville, 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.
Major Responsibilities Include: The Member and Guest Services department is responsible for providing information to prospective members and enrolling new members. The department also assists current members with changes to their membership status, purchasing services, and keeping accounts current. Membership Sales Associate staff will help plan and staff open houses, member engagement events and community events to promote the Center. They will also support the front desk as required. As front-line staff Membership Sales Associate employees must provide superior customer service and work to create a welcoming community environment for members and guests.
Qualifications include: Applicants must be dependable, punctual, organized, friendly and able to communicate effectively with members in person as well as by phone and email. Applicants must be proficient with Microsoft Office. Experience with a database is a plus. Applicants should have at least one year of customer service or sales experience. College Degree preferred.
Benefits Include: Full-time positions include health care benefits. Part-time positions include free membership to our on-site fitness Center, indoor and outdoor pools and employee discounts. We are conveniently located near two Metro Red Line stations and have free on-site parking.
E-mail résumé, cover letter and salary requirements to email@example.com
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(317) Lisa Arber
Wed, 2 September 2015 13:39:07 +0000
Song Leader for Sunday morning Jewish Learning Program
Arts Alive, a Sunday morning Jewish learning program for K-3rd grade, merges experiential hands-on Jewish education with an arts inspired curriculum and welcomes families from diverse Jewish backgrounds. This unique program is looking for a song leader with experience in religious school or camp settings. Knowledge of Hebrew and English music to compliment our study of holidays, Shabbat, Israel, and Values is important. Comfort level working with children and with adults at family programs is a must. Mentoring available for the right candidate.
Please contact Lisa Arber at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in applying for this position.
Lisa Arber, Director Arts Alive Jewish Enrichment Through the Arts, JCCGW
(316) Lisa Arber
Wed, 2 September 2015 13:37:58 +0000
Teacher for Sunday morning Jewish Learning Program
Arts Alive, a Sunday morning Jewish learning program for K-3rd grade, merges experiential hands-on Jewish education with an arts inspired curriculum and welcomes families from diverse Jewish backgrounds. This unique program is looking for college students with a strong Judaic background, interest in the arts, and experience working with children in school or camp settings. Please contact Lisa Arber at email@example.com if you are interested in applying.
Lisa Arber, Director Arts Alive Jewish Enrichment Through the Arts, JCCGW
(315) Gilah Langner
Thu, 27 August 2015 14:20:34 +0000
Hebrew School Teacher – Sunday Mornings Near Metro!
Kehila Chadasha, a progressive havurah that meets on Sunday mornings in Bethesda, is looking for a 5th-6th grade Sunday School teacher for 2015-16. We’re looking for a dynamic college student who loves Judaism and wants to share Jewish values, culture, and traditions with our kids. Our classes are small, and creative approaches to learning are valued. Pay is competitive; prior teaching experience desirable but not necessary. Two blocks from the Bethesda Metro, Sunday mornings 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. For more information or to apply, contact Rabbi Gilah Langner, 202-364-3006 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
(314) Barry Bogage
Wed, 26 August 2015 18:05:41 +0000
The Maryland/Israel Development Center is a non-profit organization that promotes bilateral trade and investment. It is a public-private partnership of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, Maryland’s Department of Business and Economic Development and Israel’s Ministry of Economy. The MIDC is seeking a business development manager to conduct outreach, marketing and development activities between Maryland and Israeli companies to promote bilateral trade and attract Israeli companies to Maryland.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities • Generate leads and manage clients and prospects to conclude Maryland/Israel business deals • Contact entrepreneurs, executives and investors to pursue Maryland/Israel business opportunities. • Manage the MIDC’s client tracking system • Plan and execute the MIDC’s corporate partnering programs, missions and trade shows • Coordinate business and delegation visits to Israel and Maryland • Assist in marketing and representing MIDC projects and programs to the Maryland and Israeli business and Jewish communities and the public • Network with Maryland and Israeli business people, government officials, scientists, investors, the MIDC’s Israeli representatives and the public regarding trade, economic and technological links between both communities • Research and write reports and studies for businesses, the MIDC Board of Directors, Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development and The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore on Maryland/Israel economic development matters, and package and present information to clients, the board, volunteers and the public • Contribute articles for the Maryland/Israel Trade News • Coordinate various marketing fulfillment duties including direct mail, packages, letters, catalogs and other sales literature
Education and Experience • Three years business experience preferably in sales, marketing or business development • A bachelor’s degree in business, economics, marketing or a related field • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and the Internet • Knowledge of Israel and Hebrew is preferred
Hours and Compensation Full time. Competitive compensation.
(313) Molly Glazer
Wed, 19 August 2015 14:17:05 +0000
Washington Hebrew Congregation is now hiring for the 2015-2016 school year. We are a Reform congregation with two campuses, one in DC and one in Potomac, MD. Our Potomac campus is currently looking for Judaic and Hebrew teachers, as well as Hebrew helpers (floaters) who work with students who may need more attention in their Hebrew studies.
Our school runs from 9:30am-12noon on Sundays. Those who are interested may also work on Tuesdays from 4:30pm-6:00pm. We are a warm and welcoming work environment and invite all who are interested to contact Molly Glazer, Educator, at email@example.com or learn more at JewJobs.com: https://jewishjobs.com/jobs/view/34102.
(312) The Dershowitz Group
Wed, 19 August 2015 13:24:18 +0000
The Dershowitz Group (TDG), a Washington D.C. based public affairs and strategic communications firm servicing policy-based clients, is seeking interns available for the Fall 2015 semester. Undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in strategic communications (including marketing), foreign policy (such as energy and counter-terrorism), journalism and public relations, are encouraged to apply.
Though dates are flexible, the fall internship program typically runs from the middle of September through mid-December. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
About The Dershowitz Group TDG services a wide range of clients including think tanks, foreign television stations, international humanitarian awards and coalitions of NGOs. Recently, TDG has organized an experts’ policy series on security threats, such as terrorism and energy security. TDG has extensive strategic communications expertise advising clients on democracy and counter-terrorism related issues.
Intern Program TDG runs a year-round internship program. As vital members of the TDG team, interns are given substantive work and are often called to develop databases of influencers for relevant policy areas, draft business letters and talking points, prepare client materials, and assist, plan, and execute client events. Interns are frequently asked to take ownership of their projects and are given additional responsibilities based upon their professionalism and level of productivity.
Though the TDG internship program is unpaid, participants gain valuable skills, a broader understanding of the policy world, and given many networking opportunities. TDG also strongly suggests interns be receiving academic credit.
In order to enhance the internship experience, each semester TDG organizes an Intern Speaker Series, which hosts influencers in Washington for a lunch seminar with our interns.
Requirements • Rising college junior, senior or graduate student • Foreign policy interests, especially with the Middle East • Strong written and oral communication skills • Excellent time management skills and attention to detail • Professional demeanor and positive attitude • Excellent academic and current events research skills • Capitol Hill or international experience is a plus • Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe programs is a plus • Receiving academic credit strongly suggested • Preference is given to those who can commit 35-40 hour per week
To Apply: • Submit a resume, a cover letter (including dates of availability), and a writing sample (preferably related to foreign policy) • Submit application materials to firstname.lastname@example.org
N.B. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
(311) Adam Zeren
Mon, 17 August 2015 15:20:04 +0000
Congregation Beth in Bethesda, MD, a large and growing Conservative synagogue right outside the nation’s capital is looking for an energetic, creative individual with good organizational skills to help oversee our Kadima (6-7th graders) chapter.
Responsibilities will include working with the Youth Director to plan monthly programs, attend regional conventions, and building relationships with the students and their families. Prior work with teens is helpful and good interpersonal skills a must. This is a part time position and requires about 10 hours of work a month.
Please email resume to: Adam Zeren, Youth Director at email@example.com. For questions call 301-652-8569 x308.
(310) Noah Arber
Fri, 14 August 2015 12:48:08 +0000
Temple Emanuel Early Childhood Center, is accepting applications for talented early childhood teachers to join our innovative teaching team for the 2015-2016 school year. The foundation of our full-day, year-round program is built upon creating and maintaining a culture of learning informed by the Reggio-Emilia approach to education and the values of our progressive Reform Jewish context, which includes respecting the diversity amongst our families and staff. Our faculty co-teaches in an environment that honors our culture of dialogue and research based on the image of the child as curious, competent and capable of co-constructing knowledge. Our teachers view themselves as life-long learners who constantly challenge themselves to grow professionally and find joy in being part of dynamic, collaborative community. BS/BA degree required and experience working with young children preferred. Those interested can send resume and cover letter to Madeline@templeemanuelmd.org.