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Leah Miller wrote on July 19, 2018 at 8:35 am:
Ohr Kodesh Congregation Chevy Chase, Maryland Jewish studies teaching: The right candidates should be familiar with Project-Based Learning. The Alvin Browdy Religious School (ABRS) at Ohr Kodesh Congregation, a Jewish Conservative supplemental school in Chevy Chase, Maryland is looking for talented teachers to join our friendly team. We are hiring for 2 exciting positions to begin in the fall! - (1) Preschool age teaching position on Sunday mornings (We are looking for someone who is willing to do a play-based curriculum which is Jewishly-infused and who is able to do some Hebrew vocabulary) - (1) Elementary-age teaching position on Sunday mornings and/or Wednesday afternoons Transportation might be negotiated if needed. Please contact Leah Miller, Assistant Principal at lmiller@ohrkodesh.org if interested!
Jess S. wrote on July 18, 2018 at 7:27 am:
Research Assistant internship (unpaid) available at Middle East research and counter-terrorism organization in downtown Washington, DC. The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) bridges the language gap between the Middle East and the West by translating the region’s print, online, and broadcast media so that Western governments and the general public may better understand the regions’ political, social, cultural, economic, religious, and ideological dynamics. MEMRI's projects include the Tom Lantos Archives on Antisemitism and Holocaust Denial, Jihad and Terrorism Studies, Cyber & Jihad Lab, Russia Media Studies, MEMRI TV, and Middle East Reform. Intern duties include Duties include numerous, substantive research and administrative tasks, assistance to office personnel and general office duties. Research topics may include U.S. foreign policy; Middle East & South Asian affairs; terrorism, counterterrorism, national security, & cyber security; social media; U.S. Congress; & philanthropy & donor outreach. Interns must commit to at least 12 hours per week. Class year of Junior or higher preferred, but not required. Internships are available for the Fall 2018 semester and subsequent semesters. Please inquire or apply.
Tammy Lawrence wrote on July 17, 2018 at 12:17 pm:
Youth Coordinator and Family Programmer for Beth Shalom Congregation (Conservative Egalitarian) Columbia, MD. Seeing an innovative and dynamic individual to work with our youth from tots through teens and our congregational families. We are looking for a candidate who is committed to engaging our youth and families with a high level of creative programming through youth groups, Shabbat and holiday programs, education, and outreach events. This is a full-time position and excellent for a recent grad. Please submit your resume to recruitbsc1@gmail.com.
Becca Cohen wrote on July 12, 2018 at 2:19 pm:
KAHAL: Your Jewish Home Abroad seeks a dynamic and entrepreneurial individual the role of a part time Database Intern. This role provides a unique opportunity for a student to oversee KAHAL’s database needs, working in tandem with KAHAL's Chief Operation Officer. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- KAHAL creates and facilitates transformational Jewish experiences for study abroad students. A robust resource and structured support network, KAHAL works with local communities in more than 50 countries and 100 cities around the world, providing Jewish study abroad students the resources, tools, and personal connections they need to meaningfully engage with local Jewish communities, augment their transformative abroad experience, and deepen their connection to the global Jewish people. Since its founding in 2013, KAHAL has connected more than 4000 Jewish students to immersive Jewish experiences during their life-changing time abroad. By incorporating Jewish experiences and choices into this transformative environment, KAHAL measurably increases students' attachment to the global Jewish people and increases the likelihood of their long-term Jewish choices. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This position requires a minimum commitment of 5 hours per week, with possible additional hours needed at the beginning and end of each semester. KAHAL is looking for someone to start ASAP and commit to the role through June 2019. There may be the possibility of continuing working with KAHAL following the completion of this internship. To apply, please send your resume with a short paragraph explaining your background and interest in the role to Becca@KahalAbroad.org.
Roni wrote on July 5, 2018 at 1:55 pm:
Beth Chai, a Jewish humanist congregation that meets in Bethesda, is seeking teachers for its Sunday School in the fall. We are looking for team players who can captivate children with a creative and fun approach to Jewish instruction. The ideal candidates are enthusiastic and committed to learning, with teaching experience a plus. As a humanist congregation, Beth Chai takes a non-theistic approach to Judaism. Our Sunday school emphasizes Jewish culture, history, values and tradition. We seek candidates who have experience working with kids – through Sunday school, summer camp or other youth activities – and want to instill an excitement for and love of Judaism. We meet from 9:15 a.m.–noon most Sundays, from September through early May. We meet at an elementary school in Bethesda off of River Road. Please email your resume and a brief cover letter detailing your experience to: Roni Rosenthal, Education Director, at roni_rosenthal@yahoo.com
Chana Zeller wrote on July 5, 2018 at 6:57 am:
About the Customer Care Associate Position We’re looking for someone to join our team of customer-oriented service representatives. This person will act as a liaison, provide product information and resolve any emerging problems that our customers might face with accuracy and efficiency The target is to ensure excellent service standards and maintain high customer satisfaction. If you like talking to people, learning new things and have an excellent work ethic, we’d love to talk to you. Responsibilities Manage large amounts of incoming calls, emails, and live chats. Identify and assess customers’ needs to achieve satisfaction Provide accurate, valid and complete information by using the right methods/tools Handle complaints, provide appropriate solutions and alternatives within the time limits; follow up to ensure resolution Keep records of customer interactions and process customer orders Follow communication procedures, guidelines, and policies Take the extra mile to make sure that every customer has a positive experience. Requirements Proven customer support experience (preferably in e-commerce) Familiarity with CRM systems and practices Customer orientation and ability to adapt/respond to different types of characters Strong phone contact handling skills and active listening Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and manage time effectively Quick learner and very comfortable with new systems and technologies. Familiarity with Magento and Google Apps for Business is a bonus but not essential.
Heather Gale wrote on June 27, 2018 at 12:38 pm:
Machar, the Washington Congregation for Secular Humanistic Judaism, is hiring teachers for our Jewish Cultural School. We're looking for excited and enthusiastic teachers with some background in Judaism or Jewish Education. We meet every other Sunday for 2 hours (1.5 hours of class time) and the pay is $80/session. We run classes for Tots-B'nei Mitzvah and are looking for teachers for various grades. Please reach out ASAP if you're interested! Email Heather, subject "Machar Teaching", at education@machar.org.
Luisa moss wrote on June 25, 2018 at 11:45 am:
Religious School Opportunities Make a difference in a Jewish child’s life, teach at Atid Learning Center, Congregation Tikvat Israel’s religious school. Beginning in September 2018 we are seeking a creative, energetic, and passionate teacher that will engage and challenge our students in holidays, Torah, prayer Hebrew, and Jewish values. Sunday 9:00-11:30am and Wednesday 4:30-6:15pm openings. High Holiday Programs We are also seeking dynamic, creative and engaging High Holy Day Services Leaders for our Family Service (infant- 2nd grade), Primary (K-2) Program, and Junior Congregation 3-6 service and programming for both days of Rosh Hashanah, and Yom Kippur.
Rabbi Julie K. Gordon wrote on June 25, 2018 at 10:01 am:
(2) Torah School Teaching Positions Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation, 7727 Persimmon Tree Lane, Bethesda, is hiring two dynamic, enthusiastic and knowledgeable teachers for our Shabbat morning Kindergarten/1st grade and 3rd grade classes. We seek experienced educators of all ages with diverse cultural and racial backgrounds, sexual orientations and family backgrounds to teach our diverse student body in our inclusive learning environment that promotes creating classroom community. Our students are active learners who create, explore and are guided as they discover the relevance of Judaism in their lives. Salary is commensurate with experience and we provide opportunities for professional growth. If you want to apply for a teaching position, please send cover letter, resume and two references to Rabbi Julie Gordon, Director of Education, julie.gordon@adatshalom.net.
Adena Galinsky wrote on June 16, 2018 at 8:01 pm:
Looking for a trustworthy, kind, and reliable person to transport our 5-year-old after school starting September 2018. Help is needed Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons, and also possibly Monday afternoons. We are looking for someone to pick up our child up at Greenbelt elementary school at 3:20 and drive to MoEd, an aftercare program that meets at Ohr Kodesh in Chevy Chase, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and possibly Mondays as well. We are also looking for someone to drive our child from school to a residence in Hyattsville on Wednesdays. Even if you can only do one or some of those days, we'd still love to hear from you. Competitive salary offered, in addition to time with a delightful child.
Tali Spencer wrote on June 6, 2018 at 5:48 am:
Part-Time Lead Position at Gan Shalom Gan Shalom is a Cooperative Preschool on Capitol Hill that was founded in 2010 under the auspices of the Hill Havurah. At Gan Shalom, our goal is to create a warm, loving, Jewish community, in which children feel safe enough to accept the challenge to try new things, expanding their horizons and learning through play, exploration, and hands-on experiences. We create opportunities, which facilitate the development of the whole child through active, meaningful play. Through all skills taught, the primary focus is on the development of social-emotional skills as these skills form the basis success in all other development areas. Gan Shalom Cooperative Preschool is an early educational facility for children ages 24 months-4 years old. The philosophy of Gan Shalom Preschool takes inspiration from the Reggio Emilia theory. What is Reggio? It is a pedagogy described as student-centered and constructivist that utilizes self-directed, experiential learning in relationship-driven environments. Qualifications: * Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood * Part-time 9-1 Monday-Friday * Create a classroom environment conducive to learning and appropriate to the physical, social, and emotional development of students with an emphasis on language development and emergent skills. * Prepare weekly activities that meet the needs of each child. * Develop and maintain accurate reports and documentation in accordance with program policies. * Communicate curriculum with parents on a weekly basis. * Attend professional development workshops Please send a cover letter and resume to talispencer@hillhavurah.org
Craig Mintz wrote on June 4, 2018 at 8:38 am:
Executive Assistant, Edlavitch DCJCC Job Description The Executive Assistant provides administrative support for the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), of the Edlavitch DCJCC. In addition, this position assists the development department, Chief Operating Officer, Deputy Executive Director and the Chief Finance Officer with administrative tasks, as needed. In particular, the Executive Assistant is responsible for the following: • Answering phones, coordinating meeting requests, maintaining Outlook Calendar and making travel arrangements for CEO Carole Zawatsky. • Serving as lead administrative contact for the agency’s Board of Directors and its Committees and Task Forces, including preparation and distribution of materials and coordination of food/beverages for meetings, RSVP tracking, and maintenance of the Board Portal and Board Calendar. • Maintain agency-wide DCALL Outlook Calendar and EPWeb software with room scheduling for programs, Office Closings, adjusted hours, staff holidays, Board meetings and other important events. • Assist development and program departments with mailings and administrative aspects of special events programs and projects such as annual fund donations and gala event invitations. • Other administrative assignments when required. Work in Outlook, Microsoft Office, (Excel, Word, Publisher), eFinesstri and CONVIO constituent data systems (training provided). This is a full-time exempt staff position with full medical benefits, Life Insurance, and 401K option as well as Washington DCJCC Membership for staff member and immediate family. Staff members receive special discounts on classes and tickets for performances, some of which are free. BA or equivalent education required. Experience working in Microsoft Office Suite and database systems. Good phone and people skills required. Starting salary commensurate with experience. Send cover letter and resume to Craig Mintz at craigm@edcjcc.org
High Holidays - Junior Congregation Leader wrote on May 18, 2018 at 6:35 am:
The Hill Havurah, a non-denominational, egalitarian, and inclusive congregation in DC, is looking for a dynamic, experienced, and creative individual to lead their children's services for the High Holidays this fall -- the morning of Rosh Hashanah (just the first day) and the morning of Yom Kippur. The Havurah has its own machzor, and the leader will be encouraged to use it along with interactive singing, discussion, and more (Bibliodrama? movement?) to engage the children (one 1st through 5th-grade session and, possibly, another toddler-kindergarten session). The leader should be prepared to chant a small amount of Torah and haftarah. While the leader will be leading solo, the Havurah's rabbi will help them plan and prepare. Total compensation for both services will be $1000 -- $1300 if we add brief services for little ones -- plus a $100 travel stipend and home hospitality as needed.
Teacher - Hebrew School wrote on May 16, 2018 at 8:24 am:
Hill Havurah, an independent, egalitarian, inclusive Jewish community on Capitol Hill, is looking for religious school teachers for its weekend morning Hebrew school, Yavneh on the Hill. Do you love little kids and approaching Judaism from a playful, loving perspective? Are you interested in teaching children and inspiring families? We are interested in both lead and assistant teachers, so a variety of experience levels will be considered. Send a cover letter and resume to rabbihannah@hillhavurah.org.
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 kfir.banin@hillhavurah.org.
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 careers@jcfcleve.org.
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 lkline@yeminorde.org 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 schoolinfo@e-kehila.org
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 jobs@benderjccgw.org
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).