NEXT Philadelphia Job Board

Welcome to the NEXT Philadelphia Job Board!

The NEXT Job Board is a free service to supplementary school Education Directors and Teachers in Greater Philadelphia. We also will post Job Postings for school administrative and leadership positions including for Education Director searches.

Education Directors - If you have a teaching position to fill at your school, we are happy to help. Click on this link and give us some information about the opening you have, and we will post it on this page for prospective teachers throughout Greater Philadelphia.
If an already posted job has been filled, please click here to let us know so that we can remove it from this page.

Supplementary School Teachers (and Prospective Supplementary School Teachers) - If you are considering working as a supplementary school teacher next year, you can learn about teacher openings throughout the five county Greater Philadelphia area below!

Currently Available Positions:

Linked to Asia

Temple Beth Israel of Port Washington

Evelyn Rubenstein JCC

Kol Tzedek Torah School

Or Hadash

Temple Sinai

Temple Beth Israel

Beth Tikvah B'nai Jeshurun

Folkshul

Adina Kay-Gross

Beth Tikvah B'nai Jeshurun

Germantown Religious Centre Religious School

 

 

 

 

 

Linked to Asia

Agean He - Program Manager
[email protected]
(713) 367-0338

Synagogue or school address:

Linked to Asia
6906 Sewanee St.
Houston  77025
(713) 367-0338
 https://linkedtoasia.org/

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Job title: Hiring Gap Year Instructor for Cultural Exchange!

Grade(s) to be taught: K-12

Day(s) and time(s) of class(es) to be taught: M-F

Subject(s) to be taught: ESL

Compensation information: 1200-2800 USD per month

Benefits information:: Free meals and housing

Do you want to post another job?: No

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate?:

  • Citizens who hold a passport of the following countries: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland or South Africa work visa restriction)
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher (all majors welcome)
  • Adaptive and flexible
  • Positive attitude towards cultural and educational exchange

Please upload a job description.: https://s3.amazonaws.com/files.formstack.com/uploads/2297270/40490848/57...

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Temple Beth Israel of Port Washington

Adina Kay-Gross - VP of Education, Temple Beth Israel of Port Washington
[email protected]
(516) 767-1708

Synagogue or school address:

Temple Beth Israel of Port Washington
1 Temple Drive
Port Washington, NY 11050-4407
(516) 767-1708
tbiport.org

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Job title: Religious School Teacher

Grade(s) to be taught: 1st, 5th or 7th Grade

Day(s) and time(s) of class(es) to be taught: Sunday, 9-12, Tuesday 4-6 (or 6:15-8:15 for 7th Grade)

Subject(s) to be taught: Hebrew and Judaic Studies

Compensation information: Competitive per session rates

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate?: Temple Beth Israel of Port Washington is currently seeking Religious School teachers for 1st, 5th and 7th grades.  We are a warm, friendly, egalitarian Conservative synagogue of 260 member families now in our 85th year. There are approximately 100 students involved in our school program.

Candidates should have a strong Jewish background, experience working with children and strong classroom management skills. Our school meets on Sundays 9:00-12:00 and Tuesdays 4:00-6:00 (6:15-8:15 for 7th grade).


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Job title: Youth Advisor

Grade(s) to be taught: grades 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

Day(s) and time(s) of classes to be taught: Youth group typically meets on Tuesday evenings.

Compensation information: Competitive salary

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate?: Temple Beth Israel is also currently seeking a Youth Advisor who will work collaboratively with the Director of Education and Engagement, supporting the ways Temple Beth Israel engages with all of its youth groups: including Maccabees (Grades 3-5), Kadima (Grades 6-8), USY (Grades 9-12).

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Evelyn Rubenstein JCC

Samantha Safran - Rabbi, Director of the Center for Jewish Living and Learning
[email protected]uston.org
(713) 595-8163

Synagogue or school address:

Evelyn Rubenstein JCC
5601 S. Braeswood Blvd.
Houston, TX 77096
(713) 595-8163
www.erjcchouston.org

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Job title: Jewish Living and Learning Coordinator

Grade(s) to be taught: preschool and adults

Day(s) and time(s) of class(es) to be taught: Full time position

Subject(s) to be taught: Jewish tradition

Compensation information: 50-55K

Benefits information: Yes

ABOUT US: The Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center (“the J”) is a non-profit charitable organization serving the Greater Houston area for over 70 years. We are a vibrant and inclusive center whose membership is made up of different ages, lifestyles, ethnicities and levels of religious observance, and where families and individuals come together for enrichment and socialization in a safe and welcoming environment. When you step into our J, you'll find remarkable people, dedicated volunteers and an enthusiastic staff working to provide members and guests with a wide-array of year-round programs, excellent service and a sense of belonging. At the J, we're committed to enriching the lives of our members and the community. Join us and you too can spend every day making a difference.

ABOUT THE HOUSTON JEWISH COMMUNITY: The Houston Jewish population numbers about 50,000 and is a strong and close-knit community, very welcoming and hospitable to newcomers. There are multiple Reform, Conservative and Orthodox congregations in Houston, as well as multiple day schools and several kosher restaurants. The community is thriving and is made up of both native Houstonians and many transplants from out of state. Our JCC is located in the neighborhood of Meyerland, which is the traditional Jewish neighborhood and in large part consists of many Jewish individuals and families.

WHAT YOU WILL DO, IN GENERAL

  1. Create and execute a wide array of programs for families, children and adults, based on a variety of topics, including but not limited to Jewish culture, holidays, and Jewish living
  2. Engage in both formal and informal teaching roles to students of all ages
  3. Design and implement exciting Jewish curricula for our summer camp programs
  4. Serve as a resource and support for Jewish engagement practice and programs throughout the agency

WHAT YOU WILL DO, SPECIFICALLY

  1. Lead a variety of other family programs for school-aged children and families, including two family retreats per year in partnership with Jewish residential camps Camp Young Judea and Greene Family Camp
  2. Create meaningful Jewish holiday programming for families
  3. Conceive and coordinate multiple “School’s Out” service days for elementary-aged children throughout the year
  4. Develop curriculum for our Ellen Boniuk Early Childhood School (EBECS) in West Houston, including staff training and age-appropriate hands-on lessons for children.
  5. Organize monthly Family Shabbat Happy Hours
  6. Organize annual community-wide Yom Ha’atzmaut (Israel Independence Day) celebration in collaboration with other local Jewish agencies and community shlichim (ambassadors from Israel)
  7. Design and implement exciting Jewish curricula for our summer camp programs, which serve more than 1200 campers each summer
  8. Lead weekly Shabbat and Havdalah celebrations for Tot Shabbat, the Bertha Alyce School, EBECS, and J Camps
  9. Engage in formal teaching opportunities:
    1. Lead regular classes through our adult Jewish learning program
    2. Design classes for staff-centered Jewish education
    3. Weekly engagement with our early childhood schools
  10. Staff several evening and weekend CJLL films and lectures monthly/as needed
  11. Identify areas of opportunity and growth in Jewish engagement at the J and beyond our walls


WHAT YOU’LL BRING TO THE JOB

  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Master’s preferred, ideally in the field of education, Jewish studies, communal service, social work, or a field of similar study.
  • 3-5 years’ experience in Jewish communal service, Jewish education, camping, or similar field
  • High energy, personable and social; able to connect and build meaningful relationships with children and adults.
  • Creative outlook on programming and ability to think and plan with the big picture in mind
  • Proven track record of developing and implementing programs, Judaic or secular, for adults and children.
  • Strong interpersonal skills that generate enthusiasm for initiatives.
  • An engaging personality with a passion for teaching and for Judaism.
  • A clear appreciation for diversity in Jewish life and expression.
  • Proven experience in teaching Judaics to diverse audiences.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral.
  • Confidence leading some Jewish rituals including blessings for Shabbat and Havdalah.
  • Strong organizational skills that generate well designed and executed programs and events.
  • Flexibility; a team player with a positive and collaborative outlook.
  • Proficient in social media.

A FEW MORE KEY ELEMENTS

  • Must be able to work as part of a team and be able to work independently to achieve specific programmatic and educational goals.
  • Must be willing to work on several weekends and evenings during the month as necessary to teach or administer departmental programs.
  • Must be enthusiastic about the pluralistic approach of Jewish life at the J.
  • Must be willing to work occasionally on Shabbat and holidays for programs designed in the spirit of those days.
  • Must be willing to travel to off-site facilities.

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Kol Tzedek Torah School

Michelle Greenfield - Director of Family Education and Engagement
[email protected]
(781) 820-4552

Synagogue or school address:

Kol Tzedek Torah School
707 S 50th St
Philadelphia, PA 19143
www.kol-tzedek.org
(781) 820-4552

 

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Job title: Teacher

Grade(s) to be taught: multiple openings, 1st-4th

Day(s) and time(s) of class(es) to be taught: Sundays 2:30-5:30

Subject(s) to be taught: Hebrew, Judaics

Compensation information: commensurate with experience

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate?: Kol Tzedek Torah School in West Philly is looking for teachers and tutors for our 2019-2020 school year! Classes meet on Sunday afternoons near 42nd and Locust.  We are s Reconstructionist social justice-focused synagogue with about 80 students grades K-7. We have multiple openings for classroom teachers and Hebrew tutors--we are looking for creative Jewish educators who want to engage with our amazing kids!  Please contact Rabbi Michelle Greenfield at [email protected] or at 781-820-4552 for more information.

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Or Hadash

Barbara Weisman - Education Director
[email protected]
(610) 888-4444

Synagogue or school address:

Or Hadash
190 Camp Hill Road
Ft. Washington, PA 19034
www.orhadash.com
(215) 283-0276


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Job title:  Teacher

Grade(s) to be taught: 2nd, 3rd, 4th grades

Day(s) and time(s) of class(es) to be taught: Sunday from 9:00-12:30

Subject(s) to be taught: Prayer based Hebrew, Torah, Jewish History, Holidays, Middot

Compensation information: Competitive hourly salary

Benefits information: NA

Do you want to post another job? No

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate?: Warm, nurturing, creative, experiential style teacher with a love of Judaism, appreciate experience working with differently abled students.

Organization Description

Or Hadash, a Reconstructionist congregation in Ft. Washington (suburban Philly) seeks engaging, nurturing teachers with a love of Jewish life and learning for our Sunday only Hebrew school. 2nd/3rd and 4th grades. 

Hours are 9:00-12:30.

Curriculum includes prayer based Hebrew, Torah, Jewish values, Jewish history with social action infused throughout much of the learning. 

Our students are down to earth from warm and supportive families.

No kvetching, just kvelling.

Rewarding work in a very warm and inclusive community. 

Competitive pay commensurate with experience.

Contact Education Director, Barbara Weisman at [email protected] 

or call 610-888-4444

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Temple Sinai

Shira Weissbach - Director of Education
[email protected]
(215) 643-6510 ext. 112

Synagogue/School Contact Info:

Temple Sinai
1401 N. Limekiln Pike
Dresher, PA 19002
(215) 643-6510
www.tsinai.com

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Job title:: Religious School Teachers, Hebrew tutors, and Substitutes

Grade(s) to be taught: K-7

Day(s) and time(s) of class(es) to be taught: Sundays, 9:30-12:00, Tuesdays, 4:30-6:30, 6:45-8:45

Subject(s) to be taught: All subjects

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate? The Temple Sinai Religious School is seeking energetic, enthusiastic, creative, and responsible individuals with strong Hebrew skills and Judaic knowledge who are interested in creating meaningful Jewish experiences for children in the school.  Temple Sinai is a vibrant and proud egalitarian Conservative synagogue dedicated to strengthening our members’ commitment to Judaism and community.

We are looking for K-7th grade Hebrew and Jewish Studies teachers, assistant teachers, 1-on-1 Hebrew specialists, and substitute teachers for Religious School on Sunday mornings (9am-12:30pm), Tuesday afternoons (4:30pm-6:30pm) and Wednesday evenings (6:45pm-8:45pm).

The ideal candidate for this position:

  • Has classroom experience.
  • Is comfortable taking initiative.
  • Will help students connect with one another and develop lasting friendships.
  • Is knowledgeable in Hebrew/Judaica and eager to learn and grow themselves.
  • Is able to create lesson plans and submit them on a regular basis.

Camp and youth group experience is a plus.

Benefits of joining the Temple Sinai Religious School faculty:

  • Competitive pay for part-time teaching positions.
  • Access to professional development opportunities.
  • Supportive supervision.
  • Inclusion in a warm and vibrant Jewish community.

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Temple Beth Israel

Adina Kay-Gross - Board Vice President, Temple Beth Israel
[email protected]
(646) 319-0511

Synagogue/School Contact Info:

Temple Beth Israel
Temple Drive
Port Washington, NY 11050
(516) 767-1708
tbiport.org

About Our Synagogue:

Temple Beth Israel is an egalitarian Conservative synagogue of 260 member families now in our 85th year. There are approximately 120 students involved in our school program.


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Job title: Interim Director of Education and Engagement

Grade(s) to be taught: K-10

Day(s) and time(s) of class(es) to be taught: Full time, school sessions are Sundays 9-12, Tuesdays 4-8

Subject(s) to be taught: All

Compensation information: 60,000-75,000

Benefits information: Other contributions toward health benefits

We are seeking an interim leader who will play an integral role in the synagogue's continued evolution and growth. In this role, our Interim Director of Education and Engagement will be responsible for creating meaningful Jewish experiences for all youth and families in the synagogue's community.

This position is ideal for a creative educational leader with great enthusiasm about the possibilities of developing and implementing innovative congregational education. We prize initiative, imagination, and the courage to experiment. We require great excitement about working with children, a passionate love of Jewish learning and living, the state of Israel, and experience in leadership and administration.

We seek a leader who is committed and ready to work as a team member with lay leaders and other professionals.

This leader will have excellent organizational, communication, management and technological skills.

Minimum credentials: Masters in Jewish Education or equivalent is preferred; teaching and administrative experience is beneficial.

Education and Youth Engagement K-12
The goal in this area is to establish a warm, welcoming, safe and inclusive program and a culture of learning and living Judaism.

1. Collaborate with teachers to ensure dynamic lessons that are engaging.

2. Promote an environment where students and families are encouraged to build lasting and meaningful relationships with faculty and each other.

3. Facilitate in-service training for Faculty to ensure we have a 21st century program.

4. Attend and take an active role at meetings including: internal professional staff meetings; education committee meetings; and any other meetings as are appropriate to effectively carrying out responsibilities both within the Congregation and the Jewish educational community. To ensure we are current with best practices and collaborating in the greater Jewish World, we will expect the Director to actively engage with other leaders and professional associations as deemed necessary.

5. Maintain communication using weekly school e-blast, weekly temple e-blast, and the monthly synagogue bulletin.

6. Coordinate with the clergy to plan programs and experiences so that bar/bat mitzvah families engage with each part of the team. (Rabbi, Cantor and Director.)

7. Manage and supervise youth group leader and help provide social experiences for children within our community.

8. Develop, coordinate, participate and staff programs for high school students including Hebrew High School.

9. Administrative responsibilities for the Congregation’s school program

a. Maintain an accessible calendar of events
b. Record keeping
c. Teacher supervision and training
d. Curriculum alignment and innovation
e. Home-school communication
f. Reporting of student progress
g. Providing the resources needed for quality education
h. Managing the school budget
i. Providing for the supplies needed to run the school and its programming

Education and Congregational Engagement
The goal in this area is to integrate school programs into the larger synagogue community and to cultivate engagement throughout our community at all levels.

1. Build and maintain relationships with families in order to strengthen our TBI community and deepen connections each family has with their own spiritual practices.

2. Coordinate, foster and build synergy for our families between the school program and Tefillah; recognizing both as learning opportunities for youth and families. The aim is to foster a greater level of youth and family participation.

3. Collaborate with leadership team and clergy to enhance the Congregation’s family education program including congregational events, trips and projects.

4. Design and implement Holiday programming for children and families.

5. Coordinate with the Preschool leadership team to encourage and inspire families with young children to continue their Jewish education in our school program and to join the Congregation.

6. Plan programs to include all families in the Congregation, both supplementary and day school.

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to: [email protected].

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Beth Tikvah B'nai Jeshurun

Roni Handler - Director of Congregational Learning
[email protected]
(215) 836-5677

Synagogue/School Contact Info:

Beth Tikvah B'nai Jeshurun
1001 Paper Mill Road
Erdenheim, PA 19038
(215) 836-5677
www.btbj.org


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Job title: Youth Director

Grade(s) to be taught: 3rd-7th

Day(s) and time(s) of class(es) to be taught: 6 programs per year

Compensation information: commensurate with experience

Do you want to post another job?: Yes

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate?: BTBJ is searching for an individual who is organized and able to get students excited about Jewish life and tradition. The Youth Director will work with lay leaders and students to plan approximately 6 social and/or tikkun olam events during the academic year. We would also like the Youth Director to begin to work towards cultivating a student board as a means of nurturing leadership development among our students  and providing valuable input into the creation of these programs.  

BTBJ seeks to create a warm, embracing and nurturing Jewish community where learners can experience the richness, joy and wonder of Judaism. We promote Jewish identity, spirituality and community connectedness through dynamic, active, experiential, engaging and authentic educational experiences, and family learning programs that draw upon resources both traditional and new. Jewish learning is a partnership between the synagogue and the home and a shared responsibility among learners, teachers, leaders and the congregational community.

Please send inquiries or resume and cover letter to Rabbi Roni Handler, Director of Congregational Learning, [email protected].


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Job title: Junior Congregation Leader

Grade(s) to be taught: 2nd-5th

Subject(s)/class(es) to be taught: Prayer and Parshat Hashavuah

Day(s) and time(s) of classes to be taught:: Saturday mornings. We currently have a few different models of Shabbat morning programming. Depending on the week, programming would run either:
10AM-12PM
10:30AM-12PM
10AM-1PM

Compensation information:: commensurate with experience and number of hours

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate?: BTBJ is seeking experienced, organized and engaging educators to serve as junior congregation leaders in our religious school. We are seeking individuals who are creative, able to get students excited about Jewish life and tradition, comfortable with Shabbat liturgy (both traditional and contemporary melodies) and who are eager to partner in creating a warm, welcoming and engaging learning environment for BTBJ religious school students and families. We are building a rotating group of Junior Congregation leaders so that leaders can take turns and would not be required to commit to every Saturday morning. Leaders are not required to play guitar, but guitar is permitted as part of our Shabbat services.

BTBJ seeks to create a warm, embracing and nurturing Jewish community where learners can experience the richness, joy and wonder of Judaism. We promote Jewish identity, spirituality and community connectedness through dynamic, active, experiential, engaging and authentic educational experiences, and family learning programs that draw upon resources both traditional and new. Jewish learning is a partnership between the synagogue and the home and a shared responsibility among learners, teachers, leaders and the congregational community.

Please send inquiries or resume and cover letter to Rabbi Roni Handler, Director of Congregational Learning, [email protected].


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Job title: Song Leader

Grade(s) to be taught: K-5th

Subject(s)/class(es) to be taught: Traditional & Contemporary Jewish Songs/Prayers

Day(s) and time(s) of classes to be taught: Sundays, 9:30 AM-12:30 PM

Compensation information: commensurate with experience

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate?: BTBJ is seeking an experienced, organized and engaging educator to help craft the vision for our music program at BTBJ and to serve as a song  leader in our religious school on Sunday mornings. We are seeking an individual who is creative, able to get students excited about Jewish life and tradition, comfortable with Shabbat liturgy and Jewish music  (both traditional and contemporary melodies) and who is eager to partner in creating a warm, welcoming and engaging learning environment for BTBJ religious school students and families. We are open to building a rotating group of song leaders should an individual not be able to commit to more than once or twice a month.  The song leader is not required to play an instrument, but this would be a bonus! The song leader may also occasionally be called upon to help lead a multi-grade service on Sunday mornings along with Rabbi Roni.

BTBJ seeks to create a warm, embracing and nurturing Jewish community where learners can experience the richness, joy and wonder of Judaism. We promote Jewish identity, spirituality and community connectedness through dynamic, active, experiential, engaging and authentic educational experiences, and family learning programs that draw upon resources both traditional and new. Jewish learning is a partnership between the synagogue and the home and a shared responsibility among learners, teachers, leaders and the congregational community.

Please send inquiries or resume and cover letter to Rabbi Roni Handler, Director of Congregational Learning, [email protected].

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Folkshul

Rachel Smith - Assistant Director
[email protected]
(215) 248-1550

Synagogue/School Contact Info:

Folkshul
8000 Cherokee Street
Philadelphia, PA 19118
(215) 248-1550
http://folkshul.org/


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Job title:: Music Teacher / Song Leader

Grade(s) to be taught:: Pre-K - 9th

Day(s) and time(s) of class(es) to be taught:: Sundays 10:00 am - 12:303 pm

Subject(s) to be taught:: Music, Songs

Compensation information:: $20-30/hour commensurate with experience

Do you want to post another job?: No

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate?: Seeking  secondary music teacher for Sunday program, approximately 10 Sundays per school year, to teach and lead songs with varying age groups.  We are most used to guitar players but are open to those who play other instruments. Warm, energetic, with knowledge of age-appropriate songs and teaching methods. Candidates should be familiar with Secular Humanist Judaism, social justice, environmental, and civil rights movements and songs, or willing to learn.  All background clearances required as per PA State law.

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Adina Kay-Gross

Adina Kay-Gross - VP of Education
[email protected]
(646) 319-0511

Synagogue/School Contact Info:

Adina Kay-Gross
1 Temple Drive
Port Washington, NY 11050-4407
(516) 767-1708
tbiport.org


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Job title: Director of Education and Engagement

Grade(s) to be taught: K-12

Day(s) and time(s) of class(es) to be taught:: This is a full time position

Compensation information: up to 75k

Benefits information: TBD

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate? Please see job description.

Please upload a job description.: https://s3.amazonaws.com/files.formstack.com/uploads/2297270/40490848/50...

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Beth Tikvah B'nai Jeshurun

Roni Handler - Rabbi, Director of Congregational Learning
[email protected]
(215) 836-5677

Synagogue/School Contact Info:

Beth Tikvah B'nai Jeshurun
1001 Paper Mill Road
Erdenheim, PA 19038
www.btbj.org

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Job title: Teacher

Grade(s) to be taught: 7th grade

Day(s) and time(s) of class(es) to be taught: Wednesday, 6:30-8:30 PM, 1x/month Sundays

Subject(s) to be taught:: Holocaust & Human Behavior, lifecycle, mitzvot, Jewish Identity

Compensation information: commensurate with experience

Do you want to post another job?: Yes

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate?: BTBJ is seeking experienced, organized and engaging educators to serve as faculty members in our religious school. We are seeking educators who are creative, able to get students excited about Jewish life and tradition, comfortable with project-based learning and who are eager to partner in creating a warm, welcoming and engaging learning environment for BTBJ religious school students and families.

BTBJ seeks to create a warm, embracing and nurturing Jewish community where learners can experience the richness, joy and wonder of Judaism. We promote Jewish identity, spirituality and community connectedness through dynamic, active, experiential, engaging and authentic educational experiences, and family learning programs that draw upon resources both traditional and new. Jewish learning is a partnership between the synagogue and the home and a shared responsibility among learners, teachers, leaders and the congregational community.

Please send inquiries or resume and cover letter to Rabbi Roni Handler, Director of Congregational Learning, [email protected].


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Job title: Teacher

Grade(s) to be taught: 3rd Grade

Subject(s)/class(es) to be taught: Jewish Year Cycle, Mitzvot, Elective or your choice, Tanach, Prayer

Day(s) and time(s) of classes to be taught: Sundays, 9:30AM-12:30PM and Tuesdays 4:15-6:15PM

Compensation information: commensurate with Exprience

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate?: BTBJ is seeking experienced, organized and engaging educators to serve as faculty members in our religious school. We are seeking educators who are creative, able to get students excited about Jewish life and tradition, comfortable with project-based learning and who are eager to partner in creating a warm, welcoming and engaging learning environment for BTBJ religious school students and families.

BTBJ seeks to create a warm, embracing and nurturing Jewish community where learners can experience the richness, joy and wonder of Judaism. We promote Jewish identity, spirituality and community connectedness through dynamic, active, experiential, engaging and authentic educational experiences, and family learning programs that draw upon resources both traditional and new. Jewish learning is a partnership between the synagogue and the home and a shared responsibility among learners, teachers, leaders and the congregational community.

Please send inquiries or resume and cover letter to Rabbi Roni Handler, Director of Congregational Learning, [email protected].

Do you want to post another job?: Yes


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Job title: Teacher

Grade(s) to be taught: 4th Grade

Subject(s)/class(es) to be taught: Jewish Year Cycle, Mitzvot, Prayer, Hebrew, Elective of your choice

Day(s) and time(s) of classes to be taught: Sundays, 9:30AM-12:30PM and Tuesdays, 4:15-6:15PM

Compensation information: commensurate with experience

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate?: BTBJ is seeking experienced, organized and engaging educators to serve as faculty members in our religious school. We are seeking educators who are creative, able to get students excited about Jewish life and tradition, comfortable with project-based learning and who are eager to partner in creating a warm, welcoming and engaging learning environment for BTBJ religious school students and families.

BTBJ seeks to create a warm, embracing and nurturing Jewish community where learners can experience the richness, joy and wonder of Judaism. We promote Jewish identity, spirituality and community connectedness through dynamic, active, experiential, engaging and authentic educational experiences, and family learning programs that draw upon resources both traditional and new. Jewish learning is a partnership between the synagogue and the home and a shared responsibility among learners, teachers, leaders and the congregational community.

Please send inquiries or resume and cover letter to Rabbi Roni Handler, Director of Congregational Learning, [email protected].

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Germantown Jewish Centre Religious School

Alanna Sklover
[email protected]
(215) 855-1507

Synagogue/School Contact Info:

Germantown Jewish Centre
400 W. Ellet St.
Philadelphia, PA 19119

(215) 844-1507
https://germantownjewishcentre.org/education/religious-school/

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Job title: Teacher

Grade(s) to be taught: 1st grade

Day(s) and time(s) of class(es) to be taught: Sunday, 9:30am-12:30pm

Compensation information: Commensurate with experience

Do you want to post another job? Yes

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate? We are seeking energetic, creative, Jewish educators to be a part of our vibrant and diverse team of teachers!

Germantown Jewish Centre (GJC) is a Conservative congregation in the heart of Mt Airy that serves our neighborhood’s diverse Jewish community.  We proudly embrace the racial, ethnic, and gender diversity of our students & their families.  We welcome multiracial, interfaith, and LGBT families, and we are committed to the inclusion of students with special needs.  The diversity of our families enriches our community and our children’s learning.  Our religious school is geared towards students (K-10th grade) from all of GJC’s many concentric circles of community – including Dorshei Derekh (an affiliate of Reconstructing Judaism).  

Please send all resumes and inquiries to Rabbi Alanna Sklover at [email protected] & learn more about us at https://germantownjewishcentre.org/education/religious-school/

 

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Germantown Jewish Centre - Job Posting 2
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Job title: Teacher

Grade(s) to be taught: 4th grade

Day(s) and time(s) of classes to be taught: Sunday, 9:30am-12:30pm / Wednesday, 4:00pm-6:00pm

Compensation information: Commensurate with experience

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate? We are seeking energetic, creative, Jewish educators to be a part of our vibrant and diverse team of teachers!

Germantown Jewish Centre (GJC) is a Conservative congregation in the heart of Mt Airy that serves our neighborhood’s diverse Jewish community.  We proudly embrace the racial, ethnic, and gender diversity of our students & their families.  We welcome multiracial, interfaith, and LGBT families, and we are committed to the inclusion of students with special needs.  The diversity of our families enriches our community and our children’s learning.  Our religious school is geared towards students (K-10th grade) from all of GJC’s many concentric circles of community – including Dorshei Derekh (an affiliate of Reconstructing Judaism).  

Please send all resumes and inquiries to Rabbi Alanna Sklover at [email protected] & learn more about us at https://germantownjewishcentre.org/education/religious-school/

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Germantown Jewish Centre - Job Posting 3
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Job title: Teacher

Grade(s) to be taught: 7th

Day(s) and time(s) of classes to be taught: Sunday, 9:30am-12:30pm / Tuesday, 7:00pm-9:00pm

Compensation information: Commensurate with experience

What qualities and work experience are you looking for in a candidate? We are seeking energetic, creative, Jewish educators to be a part of our vibrant and diverse team of teachers!

Germantown Jewish Centre (GJC) is a Conservative congregation in the heart of Mt Airy that serves our neighborhood’s diverse Jewish community.  We proudly embrace the racial, ethnic, and gender diversity of our students & their families.  We welcome multiracial, interfaith, and LGBT families, and we are committed to the inclusion of students with special needs.  The diversity of our families enriches our community and our children’s learning.  Our religious school is geared towards students (K-10th grade) from all of GJC’s many concentric circles of community – including Dorshei Derekh (an affiliate of Reconstructing Judaism).  

Please send all resumes and inquiries to Rabbi Alanna Sklover at [email protected] & learn more about us at https://germantownjewishcentre.org/education/religious-school/


 

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