To apply: Contact Tobee Waxenberg
The subject will be life cycles and chugim.
To apply: Contact Tobee Waxenberg
Congregation Or Tzion is an almost 500 family Conservative congregation in Scottsdale, Arizona whose Youth Department currently encompasses three youth groups for kids in 4th-12th grade. We educate our youth about Judaism and themselves in an informal environment, helping them grow as Jewish individuals and fostering lasting Jewish friendships.
In addition to our local chapter, each of our youth groups are associated with our region, Far West, and the international order of youth programs for the Conservative movement. We have programming on weekday evenings and weekends inside and outside our building. Programs are planned by a board of USYers with the help of our USY advisor and Youth Director.
The Or Tzion Youth Department is seeking a part-time USY Youth Advisor whose overall responsibilities will be to help coordinate and supervise all three of our youth programs, while serving as a positive role model in Jewish identity building.
This position requires an average of approximately 20 hours of work per month (some months may be more and others less) and runs from August through June each year. Salary is paid bi-weekly and is very competitive. The Youth Advisor reports to the Youth Director.
Specific responsibilities include:
-Assist the Youth Director with planning, coordinating, and supervising youth activities for the chapter, including administrative tasks such as helping to coordinate extra parent chaperones as needed, collect paperwork from participants, and taking attendance at events.
-Staff regional events and conventions as needed, which may include weekend travel across Arizona, Nevada and California.
-Attend synagogue wide events on behalf of the Youth Department as needed.
- Meet with the Youth Director on a monthly basis.
-Develop working relationships with youth, parents, and synagogue leaders.
-Ensure safety, security, and appropriate behavior of children at all events
-Promote ruach (spirit) and Jewish Conservative values at events.
-Proven event coordination skills and ability to serve as a role model and mentor for youth
-Have experience with youth and teens, preferably through youth group or camp experience
-Familiarity with Conservative Judaism.
-Ability to work as a team with professionals and volunteers to coordinate and supervise synagogue programs
-Strong communication and organization skills
All employment subject to background check.
To apply, please submit a resume to Shayna Millman, Youth Director, at email@example.com.
The Martin Pear JCC seeks a dynamic, self-starter to assist with marketing and communications efforts. This internship is an excellent opportunity to experience various aspects of marketing while working in a non-profit organization. The Martin Pear JCC Communications Internship is a professional skills internship to assist the Marketing Team in implementing organizational communications and marketing strategies across the agency. The Communications Intern will work independently and in a team to fulfill organizational goals and initiatives related to marketing programming and events.
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Do you love working with kids? Temple Emanuel of Tempe is looking for a few facilitators for our 3rd-5th grade in-person High Holy Day youth programs! You would be responsible for guiding our students in pre-prepared programs on the first day of Rosh HaShanah (September 7th) and Yom Kippur (September 16th). Our program runs from 10:30am-12:30pm, and we would ask you to arrive 30 minutes early to help setup and stay 30 minutes after to help take down. We will have safety precautions in place, and are asking that you be vaccinated in order to apply.
Interested? Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Youth Director at Temple Chai is responsible for the Temple Chai Youth Groups. This person develops programming and is a resource for teens at Temple Chai. Relationships are at the core of this role. They provide the basis for programs. This is a part-time position for approximately 5-10 hours per week, not including the summer months.
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Questions or to Apply: Please submit cover letter and resume to Associate Executive Director Kaylie Medansky at email@example.com.
RGRS at COT (Roz Goodell Religious School at Congregation Or Tzion) is interviewing for available Sunday/Wednesday school teaching positions. We are seeking creative, dedicated and hard working individuals to join our team.
Grades K-2 meet every Sunday and grades 3-6 meet every Wednesday and Sunday. All of our educators teach Judaics and Hebrew. Included in our Judaic curriculum is: Torah, Middot, Israel, and Holidays. Our Hebrew curriculum is primarily T’filah/Brahot based. We start our sessions together every week as well as enjoy various all-school activities throughout the year. We encourage family involvement and support our students at their level of learning.
Our ideal candidate(s) will:
Online teaching experience is a plus.
**Please note - a background check is required before employment
Start date: August
To apply: Email Sharon at firstname.lastname@example.org
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ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS / RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES: Provide direct services for students with a variety of disabilities inside and outside the general education classroom in Jewish Day Schools, which may or may not be an Orthodox setting.
• Follow measurable and attainable goals that have been set for each student and collect data
• Follow lesson plans based on students’ individual data results
• Work with students one-on-one on a bi-weekly basis
• Implement lesson plans to address goals with guidance of supervisor as appropriate
• Assist with accommodating and administering state tests one-on-one with students
• Understanding the importance of inclusion in the classroom and assist with appropriate modifications and accommodations as needed
• Provide information for quarterly progress reports for each student
• Tutoring before/after school as needed
We currently have several teaching positions open including Hebrew and Judaic studies.
Begins: August 1 2021 with possible training prior
To apply: Submit resume to Sharon at email@example.com
Religious School Educator Desired
Congregation Kehillah – YEP! Youth Education Program (K-8)
Our community (Kehillah) is seeking an innovative, fun, creative, organized, communicative, knowledgeable and interactive educator to teach our children.
YEP! (our religious education program) meets 2 - 3 Sundays per month August through May.
Basic job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, instruction in Jewish learning and Hebrew through a positive, experiential educational experience.
Our ideal candidate will:
A. Have experience in teaching Judaic and/or Hebrew including, Alef Bet and Hebrew prayers.
B. Have an understanding and love of our teachings, Torah and traditions.
C. Be organized and have effective time management.
D. Maintain a classroom environment and create an atmosphere that is conducive to learning.
E. Be able to take instruction regarding lesson plans, textbooks, etc.
F. Be prepared to work with the curriculum coordinator to develop the online learning options for the students.
This is a part time job. Compensation will be based on experience. Please email Renee Joffe, firstname.lastname@example.org your cover letter, resume and references.
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Schedule and Duration: July 2021 – June 2022, extendable upon mutual agreement.
Part-time, approximately 15 hours/week.
Duties and Responsibilities: In general, this internship aims to expose an individual to the full gamut of nonprofit organization work and provide educational experiences related to the Holocaust, all while helping PHA accomplish its core business. In the process, the intern will develop and hone professional skills and gain experience executing specific tasks.
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