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Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2024 Yom Chadash: A New Gathering

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Religious School Director
Congregation Etz Chayim
Congregation Etz Chayim seeks an energetic, creative, and warm Jewish educator to join our team. We are expanding our Department of Learning and hiring a half-time Religious School Director.This person will join our small, collaborative team to guide the learning programs for families with children in preschool through Grade 5. They will report to and work closely with our Director of Learning, Abra Greenspan. Job begins July 2024.
Early Childhood Director
Evelyn Rubenstein JCC
We are looking for an innovative new leader for our Bertha Alyce Early Childhood Program. Please message me for more info! The position has not been posted yet.
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Director of Education
Temple Israel
Shalom! We are delighted that you are considering joining our Temple Israel team!

Temple Israel is the only Reform congregation in Omaha, Nebraska ( and the largest synagogue in the state, serving 650 families.

We are searching for a Director of Education who can build upon our strong foundation while cultivating exciting opportunities to elevate and enhance our learning programs. We hope that our educator will be a dynamic and creative individual who is passionate about Jewish education and Jewish life. In this role, you will direct our youth learning programs, with students ranging from our youngest Temple Tots (ages birth - 4) through graduating High School seniors, as well as developing avenues for family and multi-generational learning.

Temple Israel recently worked with a curriculum consultant to develop a brand-new curriculum for our Pre-K through 6th grade students, which we teach alongside a robust selection of chugim (our specialty areas), which include cooking, nature, art, and music & movement. Our new Director of Education will evaluate and strengthen our current model and enhance it with their own passions and strengths. In addition to our more formal educational structures, our Director of Education will develop creative and engaging programming for our youth and families during Shabbat and holiday celebrations in the context of wider congregational events, and through opportunities to engage in acts of tikkun olam (repairing the world) and g’milut chasadim (acts of lovingkindness).
Director of the Becker School
Congregation Emanu El
The Becker School provides engaging, joyful, supportive programming for children from 15 months of age through Kindergarten. The Director of Becker School is an expert educator who connects positively and effectively with teachers, parents, and children. Candidates seeking this position should have a track record of successful leadership in comparable positions that include supervising teachers at the early childhood level, managing facilities, and developing and overseeing a large operating budget. In addition, this person should have experience with the Reggio-Emilia philosophy, strong oral and written communication skills, and preferably an advanced degree in a related field. The Director of Becker School reports to Stefani Carlson, the Director of Lifelong Learning of Congregation Emanu El. For more information or to apply, contact Stefani.
Community Manager
Goldring / Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life
The Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life (ISJL) is a regional nonprofit serving thirteen southern states with a mission to support, connect, and celebrate Jewish life in the South. The ISJL’s Jewish Education program is much more than just a curriculum - it’s a communal approach to lifelong learning, with networking, ongoing professional development, and multiple options for direct support. Serving dozens of communities and thousands of students throughout a 13-state region in the South, we provide access to the ISJL’s comprehensive, fully-scripted, annually-updated curriculum, designed to give teachers the tools they need to create an experiential learning environment to provide meaningful Jewish moments for their students.

The ISJL is seeking a creative, dynamic, passionate Community Manager to join us in our work, and hopes to welcome a team member who will learn and grow alongside us! The right candidate will have a mixture of passion and potential, pre-existing skill and experience, and mission alignment.

The Community Manager’s role is to ensure that the Southern Jewish communities the ISJL serves are deeply connected to one another, to the organization and its mission, and to the broader Jewish world. This person will be the primary point of contact for the ISJL’s communities across the South. Such contact will be established through building their own relationships with the community leaders.

The community manager will manage relationships, connections, and professional development (including our annual conference) for our over 70 education partner communities.

Full posting coming soon, reach out to Molly for more info!
Summer staff at URJ 6 Points Creative Arts Academy 
URJ 6 Points Creative Arts Academy 
Hiring for lots of summer positions - particularly seeking nurses, social workers, leadership roles and arts mentors! Job descriptions linked here:
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