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Thu, 30 July 2015 06:10:01 +0000
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Wed, 29 July 2015 22:49:10 +0000
Preschool Teachers for 2015-2016 School Year
The Jewish Community Center Preschool in Rockville is seeking a lead teacher for the 2015-2016 school year. Our Reggio-inspired program is full day and year round.
Our faculty is comprised of deep-thinking educators who value high quality early childhood education and lifelong learning. Our teachers work collaboratively to develop the curriculum around the theories and thinking of our students and to integrate Jewish celebrations and values into the culture of our school. We believe that relationships and dialogue are the basis for a rich learning environment, and seek individuals who desire to be engaged in the work of young children in the context of a wonderful community.
We seek individuals with experience in early childhood education or a related field, a degree in ECE or a college degree plus the 90 hour course (or willingness to take the 90 hour course) or equivalent, and forward-thinking, joyous dispositions.
Please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wed, 29 July 2015 22:47:28 +0000
The Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington has openings for a full-time and a part-time Greeter. This position reports to the Director of Member and Guest Services. 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.
We are seeking a friendly, punctual and reliable individual who will be working at the greeter’s desk. This person may be cross-trained to work at the main front desk of the Center.
Position Responsibilities: •Monitoring access to the Center and verifying photo identification per the approved procedure •Distributing guest badges •Helping to direct members and guests to their destination in the Center •Verifying data in the database •Completing other tasks as directed by the Member Services Supervisor
Position Requirements: •This position may involve working evening and weekend hours •This position requires the ability to multi-task and prioritize when faced with several demands at one time. •Applicants should be dependable and punctual, organized, friendly and able to communicate effectively with members both in person and over the phone. •Applicants should have basic computer skills. •Experience with a database program is preferred. •GED or High School Diploma required. •Front desk or customer service experience preferred
We are conveniently located near two Metro Red Line stations and have free on-site parking.
To be considered, please email resume, cover letter and salary requirements to email@example.com
(305) Sarah Shapiro
Tue, 28 July 2015 18:15:12 +0000
DIRECTOR OF YOUTH & FAMILY PROGRAMS Ohev Sholom - The National Synagogue
Summary: A part-time (minimum 25 hours) or full-time position, the Director of Youth & Family Programs is the face and voice for our congregation’s youth and families. Objectives include enhancing participation and engagement of our youth population and their families. The Youth Director must be able to engage with children, teens and parents. The successful candidate will be dynamic and energetic with a warm personality and a strong commitment to Jewish living and learning.
Organization: Ohev Sholom – The National Synagogue (“Ohev”) is a modern‐Orthodox synagogue unlike any other in the country. Ohev serves a diverse and growing community committed to Torah, good deeds, tolerance, and openness. Ohev runs programs including daily minyanim, a summer camp, year‐round children’s programming, Torah study groups, holiday celebrations, life‐cycle events, service programs, and guest lectures. Ohev also conducts Jewish programming across the D.C. metropolitan area including Congressional celebrations and study-groups, weekly Torah study in downtown D.C., and holiday celebrations across the city. Located in D.C.’s thriving Shepherd Park neighborhood, Ohev embraces Judaism and tradition while engaging the modern world. Ohev has experienced substantial growth in the last decade and currently has 350 member households.
Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree Strong organizational/planning skills Self-starter Jewishly literate Experience as children’s educator or youth director Will stay in the community (walking distance) on Shabbat Ability to work with different age groups Ability to liaise with parents with conflicting views and still “get the job done” Flexible schedule for off-hour programming
Compensation: commensurate with experience
To Apply for this position: Please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, and include “Application for Youth Director” in the email subject line. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those considered for an interview will be contacted.
(304) Julie Tonti
Tue, 21 July 2015 19:25:37 +0000
Kehilla Jewish Learning Program, is an innovative, text-based learning program for middle and high school students at Beth Sholom in Potomac, Maryland. We meet on Wednesday evenings from 6 - 8 pm. We are starting our second year and are looking for some amazing staff members to join our team of paid staff.
The ideal candidate will 1. Be a community builder who helps students feel comfortable and competent in a Jewish environment, and creates a teaching environment that focuses on the social needs of the students.
2. Foster Jewish identity by teaching about Jewish texts and Jewish wisdom throughout the ages.
3. Have an innovative and hands-on approach to teaching traditional Jewish texts.
We are currently looking to fill two positions:
1. Teacher: This person will teach Middle school students about Chaggim and/or Parshat Hashevuah. This person will also teach an elective course (of your choice). Each class will be for 45 minutes per week.
2. A counselor figure to hang out with the group, help foster positive group dynamics, and join the group for field trips and special events. This also may be an opportunity for student teaching.
If interested please send resume and contact info. to Julie Tonti at: email@example.com
(303) Deborah Sherman
Mon, 20 July 2015 18:17:38 +0000
American Jewish Society for Service - seeking Program Associate
Are you passionate about social justice, service-learning, and teen engagement? Interested in gaining further experience in non-profit management? Would you like to work in the Jewish community?
AJSS is looking for a motivated self-starter to join our team as a full-time Program Associate at our office in Bethesda.
Each member of our team demonstrates flexibility and a willingness to step in and take on new tasks. The program associate supports all aspects of our teen service-learning programs and our institutional growth.
Primary responsibilities include: - Registrar and application management - Outreach - Database management - Logistics - Social Media and Website
Ideal candidate must be: organized, detail-oriented, reliable, friendly, adaptable to a fluctuating workload and a range of assignments, and able to multi-task.
To apply for this position, please email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “Program Associate” in the subject line of your email.
Learn more at www.ajss.org/join-our-team
Sat, 18 July 2015 00:03:43 +0000
Afternoon Assistant Teacher for Jewish Preschool 3-6pm
The Jewish Community Center in Rockville is seeking P/T Assistant Teachers. Must be available daily from 3-6pm M-F. Additional hours available substituting.
Assistant Teachers must be over 18, have experience with young children, and FLUENT in speaking and reading English. Judaic knowledge and 90 hour certification a plus. Outgoing, joyous and curious dispositions, organized, works well with others, reliable, and committed.
Substitutes are also needed--flexible hours between 7:30-6.
Please send cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
(301) Julie Greenwald
Thu, 16 July 2015 19:03:30 +0000
Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington Israel Action Center Internship
As the central community relations agency of the organized Jewish community in our nation's capital, the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) of Greater Washington represents over 100 constituent agencies, organizations and synagogues in Northern Virginia, the District of Columbia, and suburban Maryland.
One of the JCRC’s four pillars is Israel Advocacy. The Israel Action Center Intern will assist in the JCRC’s work to strengthen pro-Israel public opinion in Greater Washington and the US-Israel relationship by providing educational and advocacy opportunities to the Jewish and non-Jewish communities of our region.
This Internship will offer meaningful work as well as a unique lens through which to view a dynamic organization in action. The Intern will be mentored by the Israel Action Center professionals and will have significant opportunities to interact with the entire staff.
JCRC Interns are involved in all aspects of our programs, including events planning and publicity, policy development, and information management. Internship responsibilities may include: • Planning a Middle East forum • Planning a “Day On the Hill” meeting with Congressional leaders • Planning special community briefings and meetings with Diplomats and politicians • Working on Israel Advocacy Trainings • Research as needed • Programming assistance on all Israel-related projects • Administrative tasks as needed
Successful candidates for JCRC internships must demonstrate the following: 1. Superb written and oral communication skills 2. Dedication to the values of Israel Advocacy 3. Strong computer capabilities 4. Ability to prioritize and multi-task 5. Strong organization skills with attention to detail 6. Self motivation
Other information: 1. The intern will receive a stipend. Class credit may also be possible, based on school requirements. 2. Days and hours are flexible, with 18-20 hours per week required. 3. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis 4. Preference will be given to students in Master’s degree programs, but undergraduates will be considered.
To apply, please provide a resume and a letter of interest to:
Julie Greenwald, Executive Assistant & Intern Coordinator 6101 Executive Boulevard, Suite 300, North Bethesda, MD 20852 Phone: 301-348-7361 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once your application has been received, we will contact you to schedule an interview. If you have any questions, please contact Julie Greenwald at email@example.com or 301-348-7361 or visit our website www.jcouncil.org
(300) Julie Greenwald
Thu, 16 July 2015 19:02:57 +0000
Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington Maryland Government and Community Relations Internship
The Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington (JCRC) is the public affairs and community relations arm of the regional Jewish community representing over 100 Jewish organizations and synagogues and the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington. The JCRC focuses on government relations, Israel advocacy, inter-group relations, and social justice.
The Maryland Government Relations program advocates in support of government resources for Jewish agencies and the policy priorities of the Jewish community.
Interns will have the opportunity to participate in exciting and meaningful projects and will have a unique lens to view our dynamic organization in action. JCRC Interns are involved in all aspects of our programs including legislative activities, research, event planning and publicity and policy development.
The Intern will be mentored by the Maryland Director of Government and Community Relations and will have significant opportunities to interact with the entire staff.
Responsibilities may include:
• Research/monitor upcoming grant opportunities and inform constituent agencies Monitor opportunities for board member participation in community boards and forums • Observe County Council sessions and monitor key discussions and legislation • Assist in planning and staffing Advocacy Days in Rockville and Annapolis • Planning special community briefings and meetings with elected officials • Working on ongoing advocacy research as needed • Programming assistance on all local, state, federal government projects • Providing administrative support as needed • Other projects as assigned by Maryland Director of Government and Community Relations
Successful candidates for JCRC interns must demonstrate the following:
• Superb written and oral communication skills • Dedication to the values of the Jewish community and Israel advocacy • Strong computer capabilities including MS Office Suite • Ability to prioritize and multi-task • Strong organization skills with attention to detail • Self motivation to take on projects and complete tasks • Accepts responsibility willingly
1. The intern will receive a stipend. Class credit may also be possible, based on school requirements. 2. We expect 16-20 hours a week, but days and hours are flexible. 3. Preference will be given to students in Master’s degree programs and undergraduate seniors/juniors
To apply, please provide a resume and a letter of interest to: Julie Greenwald, Intern Coordinator 6101 Executive Boulevard, Suite 300, North Bethesda, MD 20852 Phone: 301-770-0881 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once your application and references have been received, we will contact you to schedule an interview.