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Leah Miller wrote on July 2, 2020 at 10:10 am:
The Alvin Browdy Religious School (ABRS) at Ohr Kodesh Congregation, a Jewish Conservative supplemental school in Chevy Chase, Maryland (Greater DC area) is looking for motivated and talented teachers to join our fantastic team in the 2020-2021 school year. The school is committed to a Project-Based Learning (PBL) approach in all grades, Pre-K through 7th. Requirements: • Must be available IN PERSON & ONLINE (as needed) for school Sundays 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM and/or Wednesdays 4:15 PM - 6:15 PM. — Preference will go to qualified candidates available during both these time slots, but some positions are available for Sunday-only or Wednesday-only. • Prior experience in a PBL or Reggio-based curriculum preferred. • For those teaching on Wednesdays, Hebrew language proficiency and teaching experience required. • Have access to a working computer and Zoom and be comfortable video conferencing/teaching virtually if needed. • Must be comfortable with other virtual programs including but not limited to: Google Docs, Email, Zoom, Flipgrid, etc. (We can provide training if necessary) • Teachers will create and execute engaging lessons, track student progress, communicate with parents and staff, and submit all administrative requirements in a timely manner • Have energy and creativity for engaging students in an online setting • Be creative with the ability to be flexible, receive feedback appropriately, and adjust existing lesson plans, as needed Hourly rate is extremely competitive and determined based on experience. Please submit your resume to Leah Miller, Assistant Director of Young Family Education & Programming at lmiller@ohrkodesh.org. No calls, please.
R. Gould wrote on July 1, 2020 at 7:31 pm:
Sunday Torah Cantillation / Trope Teacher Needed We are looking for teachers who can teach bnai mitzvah prep students an introduction to Torah trope (cantillation). We are located just outside the beltway. Oseh Shalom Religious School work hours are Sunday mornings (beginning Sept. 13 in person or on zoom). Class time will also include prayers from the Torah Service, community building, and Modern Jewish History (from Sarna’s textbook). Oseh Shalom is a Reconstructionist synagogue located in Laurel, MD. We use interactive, modern, and values-based curricula in order to engage and inspire our young learners. Candidates should be comfortable working with children and families. They should have a strong Judaic base as well as a creative ability to think outside the box and commitment toward teaching the next generation. Please send your resume to rgould@oseh-shalom.org and edvp@oseh-shalom.org. We’re accepting resumes on a rolling basis. Thank you for forwarding this to friends.
Ron Folman wrote on June 15, 2020 at 1:37 pm:
Title: Post-doctoral and PhD fellowships in Atomic Physics at Ben-Gurion University, Israel Group: AtomChip Laboratory (www.bgu.ac.il/atomchip) Deadline: until filled We invite applications for post-doctoral researchers in the field of quantum optics, cold atoms, and atom spectroscopy. We offer a highly stimulating and energetic environment for experimental and theoretical atomic physicists and very competitive offers for both domestic and international applicants, including generous re-location packages. Applicants should have extensive experience in atomic physics and ultra-cold atoms. We also have open positions for excellent students who are interested in advanced degrees in experimental and theoretical physics in the fields of cold and hot atoms, magnetometry, Bose-Einstein condensation, matter-wave interferometry and Quantum Physics in general. Ben-Gurion University (~20000 students) is the youngest and fastest growing university in Israel. It is situated in Be’er Sheva in the middle of the Negev desert, a mere hour by train from Tel Aviv and the Mediterranean. The surrounding area includes fascinating desert landscapes with their unique geology, archaeology and wildlife, and a fantastic kaleidoscope of ancient and modern society. For those who love nature and travel, we note that the University is located a short drive from Egypt, Jordan, and Jerusalem, the Dead Sea and the beautiful coral reefs of Eilat on the shores of the Red Sea. For details, please visit our website at www.bgu.ac.il/atomchip or contact Prof. Ron Folman directly: folman@bgu.ac.il We look forward to your inquiry!
Babette Cohn wrote on June 8, 2020 at 5:22 pm:
We need you to teach Jewish Studies! Shaare Tefila in Olney, MD is looking for creative, flexible people who want to make a difference with Jewish children through teaching. We are planning for a potential virtual environment as curriculum is designed for eventual in person sessions. We offer an excellent salary for young teachers. Contact Babette Cohn, bcohn@shaaretefila.org with your resume now!!
R. Gould wrote on May 21, 2020 at 7:58 pm:
Sunday School Teachers Needed Are you or someone you know (local college students, experienced teachers, excited new Jewish educators) looking to do something fulfilling and fun on Sunday mornings? We are looking for teachers who want to make a difference. Jewish content knowledge, Hebrew experience, and a caring approach to working with children a must. Oseh Shalom is a Reconstructionist synagogue located in Laurel, MD. We use interactive, modern, and values-based curricula in order to engage and inspire our young learners. Candidates should be comfortable working with children and families. They should have a strong Judaic base as well as a creative ability to think outside the box and commitment toward teaching the next generation. Note: We may be starting our year with online learning (you would be trained in how to do this). Please send your resume to rgould@oseh-shalom.org and edvp@oseh-shalom.org. Thank you for forwarding this to friends.
Aliza Glatter wrote on April 21, 2020 at 2:34 pm:
At Camp JCC we pride ourselves on our staff-to-camper ratio, welcoming over 200 individuals to share their knowledge, experience, and love of camp with our campers. Staff members are selected based on their talents and skills; demonstrated levels of maturity, responsibility and dependability; programming and leadership expertise; ability to relate to and care for children; and sincere commitment to helping campers experience a summer of fun. Each potential hire is carefully screened, personally interviewed, and individually evaluated on their ability to serve as a role model for children. Positive references and background checks are required. Our week-long camp orientation and training program prepares new and returning staff for their summer experience. Throughout the summer, staff are continuously trained, evaluated and provided with feedback designed to enhance their performance.
Wendy Kelman wrote on April 20, 2020 at 5:12 pm:
Looking for a ss/sk girl to live in a 3-person off-campus apartment. She would be sharing a room with one person, beautiful apartment for great price
Tony Franquiz wrote on March 23, 2020 at 2:27 pm:
West End Strategy Team is currently accepting applications for paid full-time internship positions for the summer of 2020. We are a full-service strategic communications firm, offering clients a comprehensive approach that includes message development, media relations, online strategy, marketing and crisis communications. Our team works with organizations seeking to enhance their influence on issues including social and economic justice, human rights, civil rights, faith-based advocacy and sustainability. What drives us is the fact that our work touches the lives of real people – women and children, racial and religious minorities, people affected by gun violence, immigrants, working families and so many others.
Kathy Magenheim wrote on February 26, 2020 at 11:16 am:
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT FOR DIRECTOR OF YOUTH ENGAGEMENT Temple Emanuel, a progressive Reform congregation with approximately 500 families near Washington D.C. in Kensington, Maryland, seeks a full-time Director of Youth Engagement (DYE) who can: • maintain and expand upon our vibrant, close-knit community of teens and pre-teens • establish meaningful relationships with synagogue youth of all ages • develop and implement programs that are not only engaging and fun, but also cultivate Jewish values and a strong Jewish identity • communicate effectively with teens and families • work cooperatively with lay leaders and professional staff Job Responsibilities of Director of Youth Engagement Responsibilities for the DYE can be organized into 3 arenas: Youth group administration and programming, Temple-wide duties, and communications. Youth group administration and programming, which includes activities such as: o hosting monthly lounge nights o planning and supervising Temple lock-ins and weekend events o attending NFTY regional events o scheduling Board meetings; developing teen leadership skills o connecting teens to social service opportunities outside the Temple (such as the RAC’s L’Taken) o supervising a part-time junior youth group leader who works with KESTY J (6th/7th graders) and KESTY 45 (4th/5th graders) Temple-wide duties, which include: o attending most monthly Board of Trustee and all Youth Committee meetings o in conjunction with the clergy, organize three teen-led services during the year, including High Holiday services for young families. o attending weekly professional staff meetings o coordinating youth involvement in Temple-wide events, such as Purim carnival o teaching and/or assisting in 8th grade upper school class o creating and managing the Youth Program budget with help from the Youth Committee o managing the religious school’s teen madrichim program on Sunday mornings Communication duties, which include: o maintaining all marketing for youth programs, including social media outlets, distribution lists, and other forms of communication o submitting articles, pictures, and dates for upcoming events to Temple publications Desired skills and traits • Ability to connect with young Jews on a personal level and help them cultivate lasting friendships • Strong communication and executive functioning skills • Ability to develop and maintain a budget • Ability to motivate, delegate, and oversee to completion all program tasks • Able to work in teams • Strong supervisory skills • Available to work Sundays and some evenings during the school year • Music skills a plus Experience and qualifications • BA or BS preferred • Jewish educational background that includes a firm understanding of Jewish history, holidays, prayer, ritual practices and values • Prior youth group programming leadership and/or camp counselor experience preferred Benefits This is a full-time position. Benefits include paid time off, conference allowance, personal expense account, and health-insurance contribution. Salary commensurate with experience. Please send resume to Rabbi Mark at mark@templeemanuelmd.org.
Kathy Magenheim wrote on February 26, 2020 at 11:08 am:
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT FOR DIRECTOR OF YOUTH ENGAGEMENT Temple Emanuel, a progressive Reform congregation with approximately 500 families near Washington D.C. in Kensington, Maryland, seeks a full-time Director of Youth Engagement (DYE) who can: • maintain and expand upon our vibrant, close-knit community of teens and pre-teens • establish meaningful relationships with synagogue youth of all ages • develop and implement programs that are not only engaging and fun, but also cultivate Jewish values and a strong Jewish identity • communicate effectively with teens and families • work cooperatively with lay leaders and professional staff Job Responsibilities of Director of Youth Engagement Responsibilities for the DYE can be organized into 3 arenas: Youth group administration and programming, Temple-wide duties, and communications. Youth group administration and programming, which includes activities such as: o hosting monthly lounge nights o planning and supervising Temple lock-ins and weekend events o attending NFTY regional events o scheduling Board meetings; developing teen leadership skills o connecting teens to social service opportunities outside the Temple (such as the RAC’s L’Taken) o supervising a part-time junior youth group leader who works with KESTY J (6th/7th graders) and KESTY 45 (4th/5th graders) Temple-wide duties, which include: o attending most monthly Board of Trustee and all Youth Committee meetings o in conjunction with the clergy, organize three teen-led services during the year, including High Holiday services for young families. o attending weekly professional staff meetings o coordinating youth involvement in Temple-wide events, such as Purim carnival o teaching and/or assisting in 8th grade upper school class o creating and managing the Youth Program budget with help from the Youth Committee o managing the religious school’s teen madrichim program on Sunday mornings Communication duties, which include: o maintaining all marketing for youth programs, including social media outlets, distribution lists, and other forms of communication o submitting articles, pictures, and dates for upcoming events to Temple publications Desired skills and traits • Ability to connect with young Jews on a personal level and help them cultivate lasting friendships • Strong communication and executive functioning skills • Ability to develop and maintain a budget • Ability to motivate, delegate, and oversee to completion all program tasks • Able to work in teams • Strong supervisory skills • Available to work Sundays and some evenings during the school year • Music skills a plus Experience and qualifications • BA or BS preferred • Jewish educational background that includes a firm understanding of Jewish history, holidays, prayer, ritual practices and values • Prior youth group programming leadership and/or camp counselor experience preferred Benefits This is a full-time position. Benefits include paid time off, conference allowance, personal expense account, and health-insurance contribution. Salary commensurate with experience.
Hannah Weilbacher wrote on February 24, 2020 at 12:37 pm:
American Jewish World Service PAID Summer Internship in Advocacy and Jewish Engagement: Do you want to make an impact on Jewish advocacy and human rights education? The American Jewish World Service Summer Internship in Advocacy and Jewish Engagement is a rich opportunity to contribute to innovative Jewish and human rights curriculum, advance policy in DC, and learn more about the complex operations of large non-profit. The ideal candidate has a commitment to global human rights, a background in education, government or public policy, and problem solving and collaboration skills. This position is available in DC, with options to be in New York or San Francisco. For specific questions please reach out to Hannah Weilbacher Hweilbacher@ajws.org. Application submission deadline is March 6, 2020.
Leonard Aryeh Englander wrote on February 10, 2020 at 10:13 pm:
PART-TIME (REALLY PART-TIME) BAAL KOREH POSITION $250 FOR 1.5 HOURS WORK (not including prep of course), PLUS 3 SQUARE MEALS, LODGING AND A SIX PACK (IF OVER 21) OVERVIEW: Congregation Kneseth Israel (CKI) is a traditionally-oriented community shul located near the heart of scenic Annapolis. It has been providing services to the Annapolis Jewish community for over 100 years. It is between Rabbis at the moment and lacks a trained Baal Koreh to lein the Torah for the weekly portion and give a short D’Var Torah. So, we want your help! POSITION DESCRIPTION: • CKI is seeking multiple Baal Koreh who are competent and confident to lein the weekly Torah portion and give a short D’Var Torah • Qualified applicant must be able to: o Prepare and lein weekly Torah portion from the Torah scroll with short exposition o Read the haftorah portion (preferably) o Prepare and deliver a short, insightful D’Var Torah on the weekly portion and/or other related topics o Must have means of transportation or method of arranging such BENEFITS/PERKS: • Job pays $250.00 flat fee per Shabbat for approximately 1.5 hours ’ worth of work or so • Shomer Shabbat/Kashrut lodgings with young(ish) UMD graduate family near shul for any applicant who is Shomer Shabbat or does not wish to commute in on Shabbat (totally your choice) • 3 square meals (if you choose lodging option) • Networking opportunity with established professionals in a variety of fields, including law, economics, engineers, healthcare professionals, government employees, etc. • Excellent resume builder • Opportunity to get first-hand experience at being a pulpit rabbi without risks or costs associated • Good way to make some easy money without too much pressure HOW TO APPLY: • Call Aryeh Englander at 410-236-5265 or email me at engy6201@gmail.com
Sarah-Leah Thompson wrote on February 10, 2020 at 5:13 pm:
Endowment for Middle East Truth Internship Opportunity: The Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) is a Washington, D.C. based think tank with an unabashedly Pro-Israel and Pro-American stance. EMET (which means truth in Hebrew) prides itself on challenging the falsehoods and isrepresentations that abound in U.S. Middle East policy. We're a tax-exempt 501(c) 3 organization provides pertinent information to Senators and Members of Congress to make informed decisions that will improve American security and the security of its ally, Israel. Our interns are responsible for helping our staff with: • Assisting with composing and publishing weekly newsletter • Helping with logistics for our annual June “Rays of Light in the Darkness” dinner • Coordinating meetings with congressional staffers • Being available to assist with running our monthly Congressional seminars (such as sign-in sheets and live stream) • Assisting with office record keeping • Occasionally accompanying the President and other staffers on visits to Capitol Hill
Rebecca Weisman wrote on January 24, 2020 at 3:26 pm:
Looking to get some digital communications and marketing experience in the Jewish nonprofit and philanthropic field? Want to help elevate bold initiatives that will impact the Jewish future? We encourage you to do some research into the Mayberg Foundation’s work and apply for our marketing/communications intern position if it sounds like a good fit for you. To apply, send a brief cover letter, resume and two writing samples to Rebecca Weisman, senior communications officer, at Rebecca@Mayberg.org. Visit www.Mayberg.org.
Becca Zebovitz wrote on January 16, 2020 at 1:43 pm:
Yachad is seeking outstanding post-college graduates who want to learn, grow, and contribute to an innovative, thriving, and dynamic human rights organization that has been on the cutting edge of disability inclusion for over 35 years. Candidates must be thoughtful and concerned about the broader Jewish community. Applicants must be able to think flexibly and creatively and also be interested in ‘doing.’ This year-long Fellowship, at the intersection of the Jewish community and the disability inclusion movement, will support the Fellows’ development in working as part of a dynamic multidisciplinary team aimed to meet the social and inclusion needs of Jewish individuals with diverse disabilities. This includes, but is not limited to, Autism Spectrum Disorder, developmental challenges, deaf and hard of hearing, physical disabilities, and medical health and mental health needs.
Shira Reeves wrote on November 21, 2019 at 11:34 am:
Kehila Chadasha Sunday School is hiring a guitarist / song leader for Sunday mornings. We are looking for a guitarist to support and assist our rabbi on select Sundays during the morning sing assembly, which includes students, younger siblings, parents, and grandparents. Job starts immediately. Kehila Chadasha runs a progressive Jewish Sunday School that serves kindergarteners through 7th grade, and meets on Sunday mornings at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School in Bethesda, Maryland, two blocks from the Bethesda Metro station (Red Line). Kehila is an inclusive, independent cooperative havurah. Candidate Qualifications • Punctuality is a MUST • Candidates should bring a positive energy and enthusiasm for the content • Proficient and comfortable with teaching and leading large groups in singing • Ability to play guitar while song leading • Strong and pleasant singing voice, guitar playing skills, and musicianship • Enjoyment of working with mixed age groups, but most especially children in the pre-K through middle school age range. • A familiarity with Jewish music • Ability to collaborate smoothly with another leader during assembly as well as in advance to plan content • Bring song ideas and creativity to the planning • Reliable transportation Candidates should email schoolinfo@e-kehila.org and include background information on their experience and skills.
Gidon from KOL Foods wrote on October 24, 2019 at 2:08 pm:
KOL Foods, the kosher grass-fed meat company, is looking for a part-time intern to support a major website and eCommerce development project. You will work alongside the amazing KOL Foods team to make sure that our customers have the best web experience possible, and that our team is able to anticipate our customers’ dreams and needs. Key Responsibilities: * Data organization * Data evaluation and clean up/De-Duplication * Data Migration - Google Docs (Sheets), Microsoft Office (Excel), csv-files, and various CRM-applications * Site content management Qualifications: * Prior experience in data management or migration * Experience with spreadsheets and preparing csv-files for export * High proficiency in Microsoft Office/Google Suite with a heavy emphasis in Excel/Sheets * Resourcefulness and a creative streak * Patience in the face of non-complying hardware or data * Critical thinking skills * Very organized person Rate: $15/hour Hours: Approximately 10-12 hours a week ad hoc, through the end of 2019 or into early 2020. Teleworking usually possible. About KOL Foods: KOL Foods is the only provider of kosher 100% grass-fed meat, and pastured organic-fed poultry. We are a small online retailer with a large footprint and an even larger mission: We ship nationwide and carry a wide variety of meat. We are hard at work making the best, tastiest, highest-welfare meats available on the kosher market.
Melissa Grossman wrote on October 11, 2019 at 12:40 pm:
Capital Camps is Hiring for Summer 2020! It is never too early to start thinking about next summer! Being a staff member at Capital Camps builds on leadership skills, teamwork and perseverance. More and more employers are looking for these exact skills. Build your resume AND have fun! We are hiring for cabin counselors, arts and sports specialists, lifeguards, photographers, Jewish life coordinators and logistics and A/V staff. Capital Camps is the premier Jewish overnight camp serving campers ages 8-17. Our talented staff provide experiences full of laughter, friendship, and memories while challenging campers to try new things, to be independent, and to grow as individuals. At the core of our program is a sense of Jewish community. Located just 70 miles from Washington DC, Capital Camps is the perfect place to spend a summer working with first-class staff from around the world.
Adam Sidel wrote on October 2, 2019 at 12:24 pm:
Brainstorm Creative Resources is supporting the American Israel Public Affairs (AIPAC) with staffing for it’s annual Policy Conference in early March 2020. AIPAC is currently seeking candidates for two contract temporary positions that would be an ideal fit for early career professionals. Please follow the links below to access the job postings directly and apply as instructed in the postings: Speaker Bureau Assistant https://www.idealist.org/en/job/d62fb85ff84d427f95c30670e87a7295-speakers-bureau-assistant-brainstorm-creative-resources-washington Operations Associate https://www.idealist.org/en/job/bc237a2f5d7c48bca8aa770aee7771fe-operations-associate-brainstorm-creative-resources-washington Please direct questions to Michelle Aran at AIPAC, at maran@aipac.org.
Rabbi Debbie Cohen wrote on September 19, 2019 at 1:46 pm:
Beth Chai in Bethesda is seeking a creative and enthusiastic teacher for our 4th grade class on Sunday mornings. Our congregation emphasizes Jewish culture, history, values and peopl hood rather than ritual practice, theology and Hebrew. You would receive a complete curriculum to teach from. We meet from 9:30 to noon Sunday mornings at Burning Tree Elementary, right off River Road and the Beltway in Bethesda. We are a small, somewhat informal congregation with a strong emphasis on social action. Our school has small class sizes and offers a competitive salary. We can help with transportation. Please contact Rabbi Debbie Cohen to apply - DeborahBCohen@gmail.com