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Hill Havurah wrote on May 14, 2018 at 5:25 am:
Hill Havurah - Operations and Education Assistant The Hill Havurah, an independent Jewish congregation on Capitol Hill, is looking for a part-time Operations and Education Assistant. This 15-30 hour per week position pays $17.50 an hour and has the possibility to grow to 40 hours per week during our busy fall season. Hill Havurah is a thriving community that is eager to welcome a new team member to support our growing program. We are excited and ready for the right person to begin immediately. We’re looking for someone: -Reliable, organized and self-motivated who is a flexible team player. -With an ability to work effectively with volunteers of all ages, including teens. -Skilled in communication and writing. -With access to a car or other means of transportation to comfortably bring supplies to various locations around the Capitol Hill neighborhood. -Proficient in Google suite. Responsibilities during the week (Flexible hours M-F) -Assist Rabbi/Educational Director in reviewing teachers’ lesson plans for cohesion with curriculum -Complete administrative duties, such as purchasing and delivering school supplies -During the school year, send weekly emails to parents and teachers. -Assist Rabbi/Educational Director and Director of Operations in preparing for classes, special events, teacher-parent communications and other projects. Responsibilities on Sunday school mornings (4-5 hours, 30 times per year): -Arrive promptly at 8:30 am to unlock all classroom doors. -Respond to teacher concerns and supply needs. -Photograph classes for parents. -Supervise teen staff and observe classes. -Assist with individual students as necessary. -Prepare and take down rooms for special events. -Organize supply room and lock all classroom doors. Responsibilities on Friday nights, Saturday mornings and community events (3-6 times per month): -Set-up and break down room for services/community events. Operations: -Track and purchase supplies for events, order and maintain office supplies. -Manage enrollment for Havurah events. -Assist the Director of Operations with short/long term projects. Please send a cover letter, resume, and two references to Director of Operations, Kfir Banin at
Naomi Fein wrote on May 10, 2018 at 5:29 am:
The Public Education Initiative (PEI) Fellowship is a 10 month fellowship for a recent college graduate with an interest in a career in education, leadership, or nonprofit management. The PEI Fellow is responsible for assisting the PEI Site Coordinator in the oversight of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Public Education Initiative. The Public Education Initiative is a one-on-one literacy enrichment program through which volunteer tutors meet with students at eight sites within the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (for more information click here). The PEI Fellow will assist in managing the needs of the eight sites; help with recruitment and retention of volunteers; serve as a resource for educational techniques and tools, and tutor students. The Fellow may have some involvement with other Federation departments as related to their work with public education and literacy-based activities in the city of Cleveland. This position is a part time (up to 20 hours per week), academic year assignment; reliable transportation is required. The PEI fellow will report to the Director of the Public Education Initiative and the PEI Site Coordinator. Essential Functions of the Job Title: Manage needs of PEI sites 1. Act as an additional point of contact for school administrators, teachers, and volunteers 2. Assist in the coordination of site needs, including ensuring manuals, books and other resources are available at site, pair students and tutors, make sure substitutes are found when volunteers are unavailable, etc. 3. Assist with marketing and promotional materials or events related to PEI 4. Help manage day-to-day logistics 5. Other administrative duties as determined by PEI Director may be assigned Tutoring 1. Tutor as needed in schools Volunteer Management 1. Assist with recruitment, training and retention of volunteers 2. Maintain ongoing communication with volunteers 3. Perform ongoing assessment of student-tutor pairings 4. Assist with end-of-year volunteer recognition event Serve as a resource on Educational techniques and tools 1. Research literacy programs and current best practices locally and nationally 2. Prepare manuals, books, and other tutoring tools 3. Provide guidance to volunteers, as needed, to improve tutoring skills Qualifications: Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Personal Characteristics: 1. Organizational Skills 2. Creative problem solving skills 3. Interpersonal skills 4. Good decision making skills 5. Comfort with diversity; the ability to interact with volunteers of all ages 6. Excellent verbal and written communication skills 7. Proven passion for improving education required 8. Interest in the areas of tutoring and literacy enrichment 9. Proven commitment to social justice and social action preferred Education, Training and/or Experience: 1. Bachelor’s degree required 2. Direct service and leadership experience preferred; this experience may be either as a professional or a volunteer. 3. Tutoring or child care experience is preferred. Position offers competitive salary, mileage reimbursement, and a great work environment. About the Federation: The Jewish Federation of Cleveland is a 110-year-old community cornerstone that aspires to leave no community member behind. Rooted in traditional Jewish values of justice (tzedek), repairing the world (tikkun olam), acts of loving kindness (gemilut hesed), and Jewish peoplehood (klal yisrael), we commit our values into action every day. By honoring and respecting those who have come before us, and paving the way for those who will come after, we exist to build a better world and care for those who share it. Together we make a difference for Jews and non-Jews in the Cleveland area and worldwide. If you are qualified and interested in this exceptional opportunity, please send your resume (in PDF format) to
Leslie Kline wrote on May 4, 2018 at 5:22 am:
Friends of Yemin Orde Thank you for posting our job. Can you please add: Please submit cover letters and resumes to looks like it got cut off. Thanks
Shira Reeves wrote on May 2, 2018 at 7:10 am:
Kehila Chadasha is hiring teachers for the 2018-2019 school year. Kehila Chadasha runs a progressive Jewish Sunday School that serves kindergarteners through 9th grade and meets on Sunday mornings at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School in Bethesda, Maryland, two blocks from the Bethesda Metro station on the Red Line. Kehila is an inclusive, independent cooperative chavurah. DETAILS: -Classes meet on Sunday mornings, 9:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. -September through end of May / early June. -Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Kehila Chadasha especially values creative and experiential classroom approaches. Warmth, enthusiasm and willingness to learn are essential. Experience teaching, tutoring, or working in a Jewish camp are great credentials. Interested applicants should email
Michaela Aparicio wrote on April 27, 2018 at 6:50 am:
The Bender Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington located at 6125 Montrose Road in Rockville, MD is a premier community center 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 currently seeking up-beat, highly motivated individuals to serve as the first impression to members and guests at our busy Center. We have immediate openings for part-time weekend Greeters with potential for growth. Responsibilities: - Monitoring access to the Center and verifying photo identification per the approved procedure. - Distributing guest badges. - Answering the Center's main phone line and appropriately directing calls. - Helping to direct members and guests to their destination in the Center. - Verifying data in the database. - Completing other tasks as directed by the Membership & Guest Services Director, Requirements: - Strong customer service and communication skills. - Availability on weekends and/or evenings a must. - Reliability and punctuality. - Ability to work independently. - Ability to multi-task and prioritize when faced with several demands at one time. - Applicants should have basic computer skills. - Experience with a database program is preferred. - Front desk or customer service experience preferred. We are conveniently located near two Metro Red Line stations and have free on-site parking. To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to
Friends of Yemin Orde wrote on April 25, 2018 at 6:07 am:
Friends of Yemin Orde (FYO) is a national, non-profit organization based in Bethesda, Maryland that raises funds throughout the U.S. to support Yemin Orde Youth Village and Village Way Educational Initiatives in Israel. Yemin Orde Youth Village is home to more than 400 at-risk youth from 22 countries, and serves as both a home and school environment dedicated to giving its young residents the highest quality care and education. The Village Way Educational Initiatives brings Yemin Orde’s methodology to educational communities serving at-risk youth throughout Israel. FYO is seeking a motivated self-starter with excellent organizational and data management skills for a fulltime position managing a wide-range of administrative tasks and data driven projects. The Development Administrative Assistant serves as the first point of contact for the organization and reports to the Executive Director. He/she will provide support for two regional staff members who work from home offices, and will work closely with the Director of Finance and Administration and the Marketing staff in the Bethesda office. This is a unique opportunity to join the team of a small and successful national fundraising organization that supports prestigious, best-in-class youth-at-risk programs in Israel. Responsibilities include; • Process donations, prepare acknowledgement letters and send out tribute cards • Manage Nonprofit Donor Database entries including processing and recording all transactions including commitments and contributions • Generate Nonprofit Donor Database reports to support fundraising activities and financial reporting • Oversee office administrative tasks including answering phones, maintaining office inventory, shipping materials and managing other aspects of daily office operations. • Work with Finance Department to ensure that gifts are properly recorded to support Financial Reporting and Annual Audit • Support the Marketing Department email marketing campaigns • Research Donors and Foundations • Maintain the grant calendar for proposals and reports • Prepare materials and travel arrangements for bi-annual board meetings and fundraising tours • Additional tasks as required to support special projects Qualifications: • Bachelor’s Degree preferred or equivalent work experience • Minimum 3 years work experience • Strong communication skills • Demonstrated ability to multi-task and be a team player • Strong organizational, analytical and data management skills with attention to detailDevelop • Advanced skills in Microsoft Office Suite and Database Applications Our office is metro-accessible (Red Line – Bethesda).
Jodi Saunders wrote on April 24, 2018 at 5:36 am:
NOW HIRING SAT/ACT PREP CLASS TEACHERS! Join a dynamic and growing educational organization in Maryland! We are looking for highly motivated University of Maryland students to teach SAT and/or ACT prep at area high schools. Flexible schedule - evenings and weekends available. Training, curriculum and materials are all provided. Competitive pay with bonus potential. Now hiring for Summer & Fall 2018! Send resume or letter of interest to: ********** **Our mission: We feel strongly that all students, regardless of family income, location, school and extra-curricular schedules should have the opportunity to present their strongest college application. For this reason, we founded The Answer Class as a way to make SAT & ACT prep as accessible as possible to as many students as possible -- and in some small measure work to even the playing field for students taking the SAT & ACT. **
Ramah Sports Academy wrote on April 20, 2018 at 11:54 am:
The Ramah Sports Academy (RSA) will be launching its inaugural summer in June on the campus of Fairfield University in Fairfield Connecticut. As enrollment continues to climb, RSA is looking for inspiring, energetic, and hardworking staff members to join them as chalutzim in the first ever Ramah sports camp. RSA staff members (madrichim) are high school graduates and should come with a background in both athletics and with a strong Jewish identity. Madrichim will be asked to assist the campers in the dorm, be a presence both on and off of the fields of play, and take direction from the Head Coaching Staff as well as the Administrative Staff of RSA. We look forward to hearing from applicants through our website at
Debra Beland Ackerman wrote on April 19, 2018 at 8:58 am:
Congregation Olam Tikvah, a vibrant community of over 620 families in Fairfax, VA, is looking for a full-time Youth and Upper School Assistant Director. Over the last few years we have seen tremendous growth in our youth programming and middle/high school religious school participation, and we are looking for the right person to build upon that success. The Youth and Upper School Assistant Director will: Oversee and implement programming for all three of Olam Tikvah's youth groups, Participate and represent Olam Tikvah in all aspects USCJ regional youth programming and events, Provide guidance and support for teens serving in leadership roles throughout the congregation, with a special focus on our growing USY program, Coordinate curriculum and staffing within Olam Tikvah Religious School’s Tichon (8th/9th grade) and Confirmation program, under the supervision of the Director of Education and Youth, Work closely with the Director of Education and Youth, as well as other members of the Senior Staff, to provide support in all areas of informal education, congregational life and special events The ideal candidate will have experience with synagogue youth groups, Jewish education, and a passion for developing the next generation of Jewish leaders. This position offers tremendous opportunity for creativity as our growing program moves to the next level.
Rachel Petroff Kessler wrote on April 19, 2018 at 8:23 am:
Temple Isaiah, a Reform congregation of approximately 500 families in Howard County, MD is seeking a responsible and energetic part-time youth engagement associate to oversee our three youth groups and build deep relationship with students and their parents throughout their years at Temple Isaiah. This position involves aprox. 10 hours/week, with most in-person hours on Sundays, and other hours flexible and able to be worked remotely. This is a wonderful opportunity to become part of a very supportive and collaborative team and work with really amazing kids! Visit our website for full position details and information on how to apply.
Jessica Pelt wrote on April 11, 2018 at 1:01 pm:
Beth Sholom Congregation & Talmud Torah is a Modern Orthodox shul in Potomac, MD. We have almost 400 member families, are a warm and welcoming community with daily services, regular programming, an Early Childhood Center, and activities happening throughout the week. The Office Coordinator is a key position within Beth Sholom’s office team. The Coordinator greets and welcomes members, school parents, and visitors. Well organized and customer service-oriented, the Coordinator works well with our different program areas and acts as the gel within our busy office.
Wendy Stickle wrote on April 10, 2018 at 2:49 pm:
B’nai Israel Congregations in Rockville, MD is seeking a Director, Youth Engagement. We are a multi-generational, egalitarian, Conservative congregation with 1100 family members. As a member of the senior staff, this position would coordinate and collaborate with professional and lay leadership, including the clergy, the Education Director, and the Youth Committee. In so doing, the Director, Youth Engagement will develop a comprehensive and inspiring youth program which includes youth group activities, person-to-person outreach, and the cultivation of youth leadership. B’nai Israel has four youth groups: Bonim (K-2nd), Machar (3rd-5th), Kadima (6th-8th) and USY (9th-12th). The Director of Youth Engagement supervises the youth group advisors, develops programming, and inspires a culture of participation among our youth. Beyond this, the Director of Youth Engagement takes a holistic approach to youth engagement by collaborating with our Talmud Torah & Day School Committees, and other relevant parties to engage all B’nai Israel youth.
Aviva Janus wrote on April 9, 2018 at 8:15 am:
Chavaya, our Religious School, is looking for an experienced music teacher/songleader for Sunday mornings. The ideal candidate plays an instrument and has a broad musical repertoire including contemporary and traditional Jewish selections. Our music teacher will be an integral part of the Chavaya staff and will support the classroom curriculum. He/She will create joyful and meaningful musical experiences for our students. Our ideal candidate will have experience teaching Jewish children in a camp and/or synagogue setting. He/She will possess strong interpersonal skills and solid knowledge of Tefila and Jewish holidays. Additional hours tutoring Hebrew online are possible. Transportation to and from campus can be arranged.
Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies wrote on March 28, 2018 at 9:19 am:
Come learn with us in Jerusalem at the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies! We are currently seeking exceptional applicants for the 2018-19 Pardes Year Program. There are a number of Fellowship positions still available, in the categories of Social Justice, Conflict Resolution, Arts and Culture, and the Hillel Leadership Fellowship. These Fellowships provide students the opportunity to attend Pardes at a highly subsidized rate, with an additional living expenses grant. Acceptance for the Year Program is rolling, and the deadline for supplemental Fellowship Applications is May 3rd, 2018. Please email with any questions or to discuss eligibility.
EMPH is a one-year Executive Masters in Public Health program that covers both the theoretical and practical aspects of emergency and disaster management. It aims to provide a broad and comprehensive vision of disaster management from the understanding that it is in our power to strengthen the capacity to prepare for and manage events of natural and man-made emergencies and disasters.
Emily Becker wrote on March 19, 2018 at 11:50 am:
Applications are now open for the Avodah Jewish Service Corps, a year-long program for recent college grads to build a lifetime of leadership skills, an active Jewish community, a powerful professional network, and a more just America. The Avodah Jewish Service Corps provides recent grads a place to build the foundations for careers, Jewish community, and lifelong activism in social and economic justice movements. We’re looking for leaders and not-yet-leaders, activists and organizers, challah bakers and Shabbat dinner hosts, teachers, learners, and everyone in between to spend the next year pursuing justice with Avodah. As a member of the Avodah Jewish Service Corps, you will: Build real world expertise with hands-on work experience. Corps Members are placed with Avodah’s partner organizations in Chicago, New Orleans, New York and Washington, DC. They contribute to our partners’ work on crucial justice issues like immigration, hunger, education, public health, and domestic violence. Develop activist chops and Jewish social justice insights. Avodah’s trusted, innovative curriculum develops practical skills, examines the causes and effects of domestic poverty, and looks at justice work through a Jewish lens. Live and learn in the dynamic Avodah community. Home-cooked meals, late night conversations, and holiday celebrations make living in the bayit (house) memorable and meaningful. Access activism, professional development, and Jewish opportunities for life. Hundreds of active, engaged, supportive social justice leaders across the country in the Avodah alumni community help with everything from apartment hunts to job references to holiday meals. Corps Members are aged 21 - 26, and the program provides a monthly living stipend, travel allowance, health insurance, and subsidized housing, as well as year of professional and leadership development. Are you our next Jewish Service Corps Member? Do you know someone who is wondering what they can do to help create a more just America, or how to build a career that makes a difference in people’s lives? Find out more at Our next deadline is March 27th. If you have any questions, please reach out to our Recruitment Manager, Emily Becker, at We hope to see you join our fight to strengthen the Jewish community's commitment to justice!
David Lemus wrote on March 19, 2018 at 11:10 am:
Freshly Painted Private Room and Shared Bath in Exchange for nurturing an active family with cooking, organizing, laundry, light cleanup, gardening, and shopping. In addition, help is needed for caregiving for a 120lb female (lifting and transferring, personal care, companion,) Must have good customer service attitude in the style of "How can I help?" Must be strong, some training provided Multigenerational house Musical family Number of hours for exchange to be discussed to accommodate your schedule and ours. Drivers License and Car are helpful but not mandatory References will be checked Please contact us for more details and any questions you may have. Please include something about yourself so we know you are not a spammer. We look forward to hearing from you!
Rebecca Ruth Lemus wrote on March 19, 2018 at 10:46 am:
Freshly Painted Private Room and Shared Bath in Exchange for nurturing an active family with cooking, organizing, laundry, light cleanup, gardening, and shopping. In addition, help is needed for caregiving for a 120lb female (lifting and transferring, personal care, companion,) Must have good customer service attitude in the style of "How can I help?" Must be strong, some training provided Multigenerational house Musical family Number of hours for exchange to be discussed to accommodate your schedule and ours. Drivers License and Car are helpful but not mandatory References will be checked Please contact us for more details and any questions you may have. Please include something about yourself so we know you are not a spammer. We look forward to hearing from you!
Ami Hersh wrote on March 9, 2018 at 6:07 am:
Operations Manager Organization: Ramah Day Camp in Nyack ( Position: Operations Manager Reports to: Director of Finance and Operations Year-round Location: New York, NY Summer Location: Nyack, NY About Ramah Day Camp in Nyack Ramah Day Camp in Nyack ( is a center of transformational experiences where children and young adults have the opportunity to become their best selves in a community dedicated to Jewish living, Jewish learning, and the land, language, and people of Israel. Our exceptional camp program fosters Jewish leadership, growth, playfulness, creative exploration, social action, and lifelong friendships. We celebrate a living, joyful Judaism rooted in the magical place that is Ramah Nyack. Position Overview We are currently seeking a full time Operations Manager who will join our senior professional leadership team and assist the Director of Finance and Operations in all financial and operational aspects of running the camp. The camp office is located at The Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City. The summer office is located in Nyack, New York. Summer housing is available. Responsibilities -Assist the Director of Finance and Operations with financial aspects of the business including budgeting, financial management & reporting, cost analysis, bookkeeping, banking, credit card processing & policies, accounts receivable, accounts payable, monthly reporting and preparation of interim and year-end statements. -Oversee summer operations including daily transportation, camper trips, summer payroll, supply acquisition. Professional Qualifications • Experience in the operations of an organization or equivalent work experience • A degree in business, finance or accounting is considered an asset • Experience in the non-profit or educational and/or camping field is considered an asset • Proficient in Microsoft Excel • Experience with QuickBooks is considered an asset Competencies • Integrity, with a clear sense of ethical decision making; ability to quickly gain the trust of camp leadership (lay and professional), lenders, contractors, auditors • Ability to analyze financial data and prepare financial reports, statements, and projections • Ability to engage, motivate, and lead others in ensuring financial accountability and performance • Ability to serve as a true business partner to the Director of Finance and Operations and the overall organization • Strong communication skill set • A true team player Qualified candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Michael Edelstein, Director of Finance and Operations,
Brett Richman wrote on March 1, 2018 at 8:00 am:
Associate Regional Director, Baltimore Council at BBYO (Baltimore, Maryland) Who is that one person who changed your life? Do you want to be that person for others? If so, read on because BBYO is looking for awesome talent to join our team as an Associate Regional Director, based in Baltimore, Maryland. Associate Regional Directors play a key role in the success of BBYO by working closely with teens to create strong programs, develop leadership skills, and make their chapters great. This is an amazing opportunity to make an impact in Maryland by engaging with and inspiring Jewish teens to do great things. You: You love working with teens. You’re creative, quick on your feet, and you like your job to change every day. You’re not the kind of person who wants to sit behind a desk. You have an infectious personality and you love getting others to join you in changing the world. You're a problem solver and you're good at juggling multiple priorities at once. Us: We’re a global network of passionate professionals excited to make a difference in the lives of Jewish teens. We are the Jewish community’s largest and fastest growing pluralistic platform for reaching and inspiring Jewish teens during the school-year with 600 teen-led local chapters and over 100 weekend retreats along with a plethora of summer experiences including Israel visits, global travel programs and leadership camps. We work as a strong and inclusive team and every day is different by design. We are fast-paced, high energy and results driven. What you’ll get to do as an Associate Regional Director: Work directly with chapter leaders as they create impactful, fun, and dynamic programs Train members as chapter leaders to run meetings, plan a calendar, and recruit new members Manage and train volunteer advisors Mentor teens and deliver leadership training Recruit new members to join BBYO and to attend summer programs Facilitate the planning process, alongside teen leadership and colleagues, for regional programs including overnight conventions Collaborate with BBYO’s Director of Inclusion to assist teens with special needs, their families, and BBYO staff in order to best support teens at BBYO experiences. Work alongside DC Council, Northern Virginia Council and NRE colleagues to bring new, innovative, and fun ideas to the community Support Baltimore Council with inclusion needs through all programming Attend summer camp (but this time you’re in charge!) as you lead teen leadership programs What you’ll learn as an Associate Regional Director: How to run a small business as you develop skills in budgeting, membership, marketing, sales, HR and event planning How to analyze and track data to drive decision making Global thinking as you work with an international team across organizational and geographical boundaries Influence and leadership acumen as you inspire others to action Relationship building as you network with and travel to other BBYO communities Job Requirements: 0- 3 years of work experience A Bachelor's Degree or higher Experience with youth or teens is preferred Ability to travel as needed and to staff a summer leadership program at a location in the U.S. for 2-3 weeks each summer Unrestricted work authorization to work in the U.S. without holding visa or sponsorship now or in the future What Else: In addition to excellent health care and retirement benefits, we offer generous vacation time and sick time plus 9 paid secular holidays, four floating holidays and paid time off to volunteer. We also provide paid time off for the Jewish holidays. We provide excellent opportunities for professional development. We have a flexible work environment, we promote work life blend and we provide generous family leave. Questions? Contact Brett Richman, BBYO Baltimore Council Regional Director ( Apply here: