The New Shul is searching for childcare during Shabbat morning services. Please get in contact with Rabbi Wasserman or Rabbi Kanter at The New Shul at 480-515-2272, our "contact us" form, or email Rabbi Wasserman at MHWasserman@thenewshul.org or Rabbi Kanter at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Position Description: Group Counselors: (must be at least 18 with a year of college)
Responsible for the daily care of 8 – 15 campers between the ages of 3 and 13 (campers will be grouped by grade level). Facilitate the daily schedule and participate in activities with campers. You will be assisted by one or more of the following: Counselor-In-Training or Junior Counselor.
Lifeguard: (must be at least 18 by June 3rd)
Lifeguards are responsible for overall safety in the pool, preventing accidents and injuries, and treating injuries with first-aid. Strong swimming skills required for lifeguards/swim instructors. We can help coordinate your lifeguard certification if you do not have it already or if it is expired.
Pool Director: (must be at least 21 by June 3rd)
The Pool Director is responsible for the safe implementation of the swim programs. Some swim instruction will be provided, but our program is mostly recreational. Water Safety Instructor certification is preferred. If not a certified lifeguard or WSI, we can help you coordinate training. Oversee swim staff and all staff when at the pool. Moderate camp wide games and activities in the pool. The Pool Director will direct other staff in an emergency in the pool area and will ensure that staff is prepared to act according to Emergency Action Plans. Maintain a clean, and safe pool area. Pool maintenance is outsourced. This position reports to and works closely with the Camp Director.
Organization Description: Cactus Day Camp is where traditional day camping comes to the desert. We provide a full-day program five days a week for 2, 4, 6, or 8 weeks where safety is our number one priority, friendships are fostered, healthy lifestyles are encouraged and fun is unlimited. The Cactus Day Camp experience is about trying new things and gaining new skills in an emotionally and physically safe and non-competitive environment while gaining independence as well as a sense of belonging. Being able to create these experiences for our campers is something we look for in hiring our staff. We look for a variety of staff members each summer: Groups Counselors, Lifeguards, Nurses, Art Directors, etc.
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Organization Description: Camp Daisy and Harry Stein, owned and operated by Congregation Beth Israel in Scottsdale, is a unique and exciting place. A Jewish overnight summer camp nestled in the majestic Bradshaw Forest of Prescott, Arizona, it is a place where campers discover more about themselves, their abilities, & their Judaism.
We offer a wide range of camp programs and activities including: arts and crafts, tennis, horseback riding, archery, sports, ceramics, guitar, dance, camping, rock climbing, zip-lining and so much more! A summer of fun, a lifetime of memories!
Position Description: Camp Stein is hiring a variety of positions including General Counselor, Tennis Instructor, General Sports Instructor, Media Specialist, and Lifeguard. General responsibilities will include caring for campers 24/7 as well as instructing campers in specialty area. For responsibilities directly related to specialty areas please inquire with our Assistant Director, Jennifer Walker, email@example.com
1. Designated Unit Head
2. Assistant Director
3. Camp Director
1. To have primary responsibility for campers and their care.
2. To plan and assist in planning activities for the cabin and unit where necessary,
including: evening programs, special programs, camp outs, and cabin time.
3. In conjunction with Co-Counselor(s), be responsible for recording and keeping
reports on campers as assigned.
4. To maintain involvement in camp programs including: planning facilitating, set-up,
clean-up, and preparation of materials.
5. To supervise sending and receiving camper mail and laundry.
6. The requisitioning of needed supplies and equipment, as well as, maintaining and
returning any camp equipment used.
7. To take special care in guidance and supervision of campers during "down times"-
early morning, rest hour, bedtime, etc. Campers should never be left without
8. Maintain a healthy working relationship with Co-Counselor. Communicate problems
or issues with Unit Head. Make sure that all available counselors are present with the
9. To write letters to campers' parents midway through each session, and to have the
letters reviewed by your designated Unit Head. The letters should contain both an
update and evaluation of the campers.
10. To evaluate in writing the program, staff, and procedures, making suggestions and
recommendations for the future.
11. To abide by and enforce all camp policies.
12. Be actively “on duty” as assigned, supervising your cabin at night approximately twice
1. Entering College Freshman or older
2. Experience working with kids aged 7-15
3. Previous experience in specialty area (if applicable)
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Valley Beit Midrash, a non-profit Jewish learning organization, is looking for an intern during school breaks (winter break, spring break, summer break) or by semester. We offer a flexible schedule, mentorship, and opportunities to help you grow professionally. This position pays $10.50/hr with tasks including, but not limited to:
*Creating/updating marketing materials
*Social media maintenance
*Research grant opportunities
*Proficient in Google Docs
*Familiar with social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)
*Ability to work independently and in a fast-paced environment
*Has reliable transportation
*Strong verbal and written communication skills
How to Apply:
Send resume and cover letter to AJ: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organization Description: Hebrew High of Greater Phoenix, under the auspices of the Bureau of Jewish Education, runs a 15-day travel adventure for Jewish high school teens. Hebrew High Care-a-van provides teens a unique opportunity to travel while at the same time performing acts of loving kindness/volunteer work in each of the communities we visit. The two-week experience is truly meaningful, not only for the teens, but the staff members as well.
Position Description: Care-a-van staff members are expected to help supervise a group of 25-30 teens, pitch in at the volunteer sites, provide friendship to the teens, and perhaps help with meal preparation.
Qualifications: Must have one year of college completed, enjoy travel and working with teens.
Compensation: $500+ all expenses paid during the trip.
Email Myra Shindler to apply.
Organization Description: The mission of the Israeli-American Council (IAC) is to build an active and giving Israeli-American Community throughout the United States in order to strengthen the State of Israel, our next generation and to provide a bridge to the Jewish American community.The mission of the Israeli-American Council (IAC) is to build an active and giving Israeli-American Community throughout the United States in order to strengthen the State of Israel, our next generation and to provide a bridge to the Jewish American community.
• Provide administrative support to Regional Director, as well as other team members from time to time.
• Set up, plan & coordinate Regional Director Calendar & meetings.
• Represent the Regional Director to the entire IAC team.
• Coordinate and produce all Council meetings and activities, as well as committee and staff meetings and activities as needed.
• Manage office phone system, ensure calls are answered and properly directed at all times.
• Conduct research, compile data and prepare documents for consideration.
• Create & modify documents such as reports, memos and letters.
• Prepare responses to correspondence containing routine inquires.
• File and retrieve organizational documents and reports.
• Conduct office operation and provide information by answering questions and requests.
• Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
• Assist with the coordination of the community events.
• Minimum 2 years of related job experience.
• Speaks, reads and writes in English and Hebrew.
• Good operational and administrative management capabilities, ability to lead processes.
• Excellent knowledge of Microsoft office suite applications.
• Action oriented and ability to handle multiple tasks and deadlines.
• A proactive, energetic attitude.
• Dedicated team player.
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Position Description: The East Valley JCC is seeking fun, enthusiastic and creative Camp Counselors to work in our Summer Day Camp program for children grades K-9! Positions are also available for our Spring Break Camp March 12-23.
The camp runs from May 29th-July 27th taking place between 3:30 pm and 6:00 pm. J-Care Counselors must also be able to attend a total of 24 hours of staff training and preparation. Staff training and preparation will take place during the week of May 14th and May 21st.
J-Care Counselors are expected to keep track of their individual groups, with the primary responsibility of keeping all campers safe and having fun! They are also expected to actively participate along with the campers in a wide range of activities including sports, art, and music.
We are also on the lookout for talented specialists in addition to being a counselor.
• The ability to ensure all campers safety and happiness during the course of the summer.
• The ability to plan, lead and assist in a variety of activities and participate with the campers.
• The ability to enforce camp rules, provide clear expectations and boundaries for children in order to promote a safe and cohesive environment.
• The ability to have fun, enjoy yourself, be flexible and have a lot of patience.
• Must be able to attend all staff meetings and be on time.
If creating memorable experiences for children every day sounds like you, then the East Valley JCC Day Camp is the place to spend your summer! Please e-mail your resume to Andre Ivory, Program Director at email@example.com, or call (480) 517-0124 for more information.
• Minimum of 18 years of age.
• Previous experience in camping, schools and/or childcare is essential
• The ability to create positive relationships with both children in your care and their parents/guardians.
• Excellent communication skills in working with your fellow peers.
• Must be detail-oriented and have the ability to multi-task.
Jewish News is a weekly publication that covers the Phoenix metropolitan area Jewish community, as well as national and international issues that affect the Jewish community. The Jewish News is affiliated with Mid-Atlantic Media, which has papers in Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore.
Contact Janet, Managing Editor to apply: firstname.lastname@example.org
AZ Jewish Life is seeking for someone knowledgeable with Wordpress and digital newsletters. Hours are flexible and certain work will be done offsite. Contact Cindy for more info: Cindy@azjewishlife.com
Applications are open for the 2018-19 Avodah's Jewish Service Corps, a year-long program for recent grads and post college age adults 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:
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 avodah.net/serve.
The application priority deadline is Monday, January 29th, and the program begins in mid-August 2017. Full program and application information can be found at avodah.net/serve, or contact Russ Agdern at email@example.com.