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(239) B'nai Israel Congregation
Wed, 27 August 2014 18:55:30 +0000
SONGLEADER - MUSIC TEACHER NEEDED B’NAI ISRAEL CONGREGATION
The B’nai Israel Talmud Torah is looking for an enthusiastic, experienced, guitar playing songleader/music teacher for our Sunday morning (9:00-12:15) program. Grade levels covered are Kindergarten-4th grades. Salary commensurate with experience.
Ideal candidates will possess: • Creativity, energy, and a love of children • Group management skills • Hebrew language and Judaic skills • A Jewish music repertoire • Familiarity with the Shabbat service • A desire to be part of a collegial academic team • A sense of humor • The ability to think outside of the box.
We are a large, well established Conservative congregation. The successful songleader/music teacher will be a much respected and appreciated member of our faculty.
Please Contact: LOUIS NAGEL, EDUCATION DIRECTOR B’NAI ISRAEL CONGREGATION 6301 MONTROSE ROAD ROCKVILLE, MD 20852
Please Fax or E-Mail your resume to LouisN@bnaiisraelcong.org or FAX 301-881-6221
(238) Kathy Magenheim
Fri, 22 August 2014 13:32:17 +0000
Temple Emanuel’s Religious School (Grades K-7) is looking for 2 part-time teachers for 2014-2015 school year in Sunday Judaic studies (9:00 am – 11:30 am). Temple Emanuel is a Reform, caring community located in Kensington, MD.
*Solid knowledge of Judaism for Sundays
* A love for children and believe they are competent learners
* Be Self-Motivated and have solid time management skills
* Excellent communication skills
* Strong attention to detail and be highly organized
* A positive attitude, team orientation, and a willingness to assist where/when needed
* Professional presentation
We offer a warm and friendly environment with competitive salaries including paid teacher training and professional days. Please email cover letter and resume to Dr. Itzik Eshel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(237) Rachel Regberg
Wed, 20 August 2014 20:00:42 +0000
MEMRI is seeking interns to begin immediately. Duties include basic administrative tasks, and more substantive responsibilities – including research. Should have knowledge and interest of the Middle East, foreign affairs, and current events. Looking for a hard-working team player able to commit minimum 15 hours/week during the semester.
Preference given to students in DC-area schools or recent college graduates. Please send resume and cover letter to email@example.com. If there is interest in your resume, we will contact you. As this is a competitive process, unfortunately all submissions cannot be answered.
Please note the position is unpaid.
(236) JQ Baltimore
Mon, 18 August 2014 14:21:49 +0000
Up until the founding of JQ Baltimore in 2012, there were no local community resources for Jewish LGBTQ individuals and their families. Additionally, there was a stigma around this issue which has kept it "in the closet" for too long. While some resources are available on a national level, JQ Baltimore serves the local Jewish community through education, support and advocacy. By offering resources to countless Jewish individuals and their families, JQ Baltimore enables them to become active members of a welcoming and inclusive community. JQ Baltimore is an entirely volunteer-run program of Fusion Partnerships, Inc, serving as the fiscal sponsor. For more information about JQ Baltimore, visitwww.jqbaltimore.org
Marketing Responsibilities (5 hr/wk) Devise a social media strategy for JQ Baltimore to increase visibility, traffic, and participation in the organization Create social media posts for Facebook and Twitter Follow key supporters, partner organizations and members on all applicable social media platforms Suggest additional social media platforms based on new and existing programs Update website as necessary to reflect ongoing calendar of events and JQ Baltimore news Maintain our email contact list; draft, format and send monthly newsletters through our account
Programmatic Responsibilities (10 hr/wk) Chair the volunteer programming committee to help ensure regular programming is planned to support JQ Baltimore's mission. Plan and coordinate monthly (on average) programming for local Jewish LGBTQ individuals and their families, including those that educate the local Jewish community around LGBTQ interests. Seek out and help maintain existing relationships with community partners, including but not limited to local synagogues, community centers, social services, and other local organizations with complementary missions.
Desired Skills and Experience Experience using social media to enhance organizational marketing and/or fundraising efforts. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. General computer skills, including familiarity with, or ability to learn, Blogger and Mailchimp Demonstrated interest in LGBT issues and the Jewish community Self-starter who can work independently and with a team. Creative and able to come up with new ideas on how to grow JQ Baltimore's visibility and impact in the local community
To apply, please send cover letter and resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name as the subject line.
Fri, 15 August 2014 13:53:10 +0000
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(234) Congregation Har Shalom
Tue, 12 August 2014 20:24:56 +0000
Youth Director Congregation Har Shalom, Potomac, MD
The Youth Director is responsible for engaging the congregation’s young people in the life of Har Shalom and creating compelling social, educational and religious programs. Congregation Har Shalom has a strong desire to build our Youth Program, engaging more young people and expanding our programming through innovation and creativity. The Youth Director will drive this effort.
The Youth Director is a member of the congregation’s senior staff and works to integrate youth activities into the many facets of our active, diverse congregation. The Youth Director reports to the Director of Congregational Learning and works in consultation with the Youth Commission and the Vice President for Education and Youth. The Youth Director is the primary staff member on the Youth Commission.
The Youth Director will be responsible for the following program areas: • Advising the congregation’s four youth groups: USY, Kadima, Klub Kef and Klub Gesher. o Planning, advertising, managing and supervising activities for each group. o Creating a diversity of programs, including social, religious, educational, and community service. o Creating and maintaining a budget and calendar for the youth groups. o For USY and Kadima, developing leadership programs and thoughtfully integrating the young people into the planning process. The Youth Director will work closely with the USY board. o Serving as a liaison to the regional USY and Kadima office and being an active presence in their meetings and events. Attend the regional Kadimah and USY Conventions with the participants at Har Shalom. • Teaching in the Har Shalom Religious School on Sunday mornings and Tuesdays afternoons • Working with the Director of Congregational Learning to create and implement a meaningful and engaging experience for youth on the High Holidays, Festivals and on Shabbat morning. • Integrating a youth focus at congregational events. • Maintaining a list of College Students and organizing mailings and events for this age group. • Overseeing outreach efforts to congregants at Jewish camps and summer programs. Other Responsibilities: • Publicize youth events and accomplishments through social, electronic and written media. • Participate in weekly senior staff meetings and, as requested, monthly congregation board meetings. • Collect, track and submit all membership and event forms for congregational and regional activities. • Administer the scholarship program for youth activities. • Create a yearly budget for the Youth Department in consultation with the Har Shalom Controller and Budget Committee.
Attributes: The Youth Director should be an engaging, accessible Jewish role model who has a passion for youth work and the maturity, discretion and empathy to form strong, positive connections with children and teens. Strong organizational skills, a collaborative style, good judgment and a sense of humor are essential. The Youth Director should have a strong base of Jewish knowledge and be comfortable in a Conservative Jewish setting. Past Jewish youth involvement, through camp, youth grouping, Israel experiences or Hillel, is highly desirable. This is a full-time entry-level position with benefits. Please send a cover letter and resume to Rabbi Deborah Cohen, Director of Congregational Learning, RabbiCohen@harshalom.org.
(233) Ohr Kodesh Congregation
Mon, 11 August 2014 17:28:18 +0000
ABRS SEEKS 6TH-7TH GRADE TEACHER
Ohr Kodesh Congregation, an inclusive Conservative synagogue community, seeks creative, knowledgeable, and dynamic teacher for our 6th-7th grade Religious School class. Our Middle Schoolers will be focused on Life Cycle this year, with trips to the Mikveh, the Cemetery, and others, within an emerging curriculum model.
Our school offers competitive salaries, a supportive and collaborative teaching environment. We are in the process of developing new and exciting curricula based in project-based and student-driven learning approaches, in these five themes:
(1) Torah: Jewish texts and ethics (2) Hebrew Language and Liturgy (3) Sacred Time: Shabbat, Chagim, and Life-Cycle (4) Values in Action (5) Peoplehood and Israel
Our school runs on Sunday from 9 AM to 12 Noon, and Mondays and Wednesdays 4:15 PM to 6:15 PM. The best applicant will be available at least Sunday and Wednesday, and optionally Mondays. Please submit cover-letter and resume to Cantor Hinda Eisen (email@example.com), director of The Alvin Browdy Religious School at Ohr Kodesh Congregation.
(232) Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington
Mon, 11 August 2014 15:01:24 +0000
Assistant Youth and Teen Director (full-time) 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: • Director of Kids After School Program • School Out Day Programs • Pre and post camp: coordinate, plan and staff • Oversee walkover and class compliment • Facilitate youth enrichments
Qualifications: • MSDE School Age Child Care Center Director Qualified • 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 with children in a recreational/classroom setting, supervising staff of varying ages and communicating with parents
Benefits: Health/dental, paid time off (PTO), holidays, flexible spending account, 403(b), 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
(231) Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington
Mon, 11 August 2014 14:58:29 +0000
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 email@example.com