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This is a shared space for professional opportunities for current students and alumni/ae of Gratz College. Please check back often for new posts.

Posting Date: 10/18/2023

Congregation Shalom, Metropolitan Milwaukee, WI (Fox Point, WI)
Wanted: Executive Director

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Posting Date: 10/3/2023
The Olga Lengyel Institute for Holocaust Studies and Human Rights (TOLI)
New York, NY (Remote and Hybrid Possible)
Wanted: U.S. Program Director

TOLI seeks a U.S. Program Director to lead the organization’s nationwide regional seminars through a period of growth and partnership development.

About TOLI
The Olga Lengyel Institute was established to empower teachers in the United States and Europe to engage today’s students in Holocaust and human rights education.

TOLI hosted its first professional development seminar in New York in 2006, bringing together middle, high school, and college educators from across the US. Since then, the organization has expanded to include Regional Seminars across the country which link the study of the Holocaust to local instances of injustice and hatred. These five-day seminars implement a unique pedagogy of reflective writing and inquiry-based learning and are led by teachers who are graduates of the TOLI Leadership Institute. To date, TOLI has provided over 4000 educators in the U.S. and Europe with the knowledge and skills to take the lessons of the Holocaust to their classrooms to engage the hearts and minds of their students. TOLI seminars include sessions on Jewish life and culture before and after the Holocaust and examine historical and contemporary antisemitism. Participants become part of the TOLI network and are provided with mentoring and resources to support and engage them throughout their teaching careers. The current US Program Director who developed and led this impactful program over the past eighteen years will be retiring and the organization is seeking a dynamic new leader. 

TOLI U.S. Program Director – Position Description
TOLI seeks a highly qualified individual to fill the full-time role of U.S. Program Director. The successful candidate will demonstrate exceptional leadership and management skills, a deep understanding of Holocaust education, and a proven track record of implementing and delivering successful educational programs. The Director of U.S. Programs will be responsible for overseeing the design, implementation, and evaluation of educational programs across the country; cultivate partnerships; and work closely with the Executive Director to drive the strategic direction of national programs.


·      Provide leadership and strategic direction for TOLI’s U.S. programs, ensuring they align with TOLI’s mission and values

·      Develop and manage programs, budgets, and timelines to meet organizational goals and objectives

·      Strengthen existing partnerships and identify and develop new partnerships with other organizations, particularly in the Holocaust education field.

·      Work collaboratively with stakeholders, including educators and community leaders, to ensure successful program implementation.

·      Assist Executive Director and Development Director in identifying, cultivating, and soliciting potential funders.

·      Implement evaluation mechanisms, monitor program effectiveness, and make data-driven recommendations for improvement based on program outcomes.

·      Manage team of faculty and provide coordination and support to ensure successful program delivery.

·      Create and implement innovative projects that further TOLI’s mission and awareness of the organization.  

·      Ensure compliance with all regulations, policies, and procedures, and implement corrective action as needed.

·      Write reports and other communications for internal and external publication.

·      Represent TOLI at meetings and professional conferences.


·      Master’s degree or higher in a relevant field such as Education, Social Sciences, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, or other Humanities or Public Affairs fields.

·      At least 10 years of experience in Holocaust, genocide, human rights, and social justice education, including experience with program design, development, and implementation.

·      Strong leadership skills and the ability to manage teams and lead change.

·      Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including experience delivering presentations to various stakeholders.

·      Exceptional analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to think strategically and make data-driven decisions.

·      Demonstrated ability to create and manage budgets, and provide accurate financial reports.

·      Ability to work collaboratively with all stakeholders, including faculty, community leaders, educators, and funders.

·      Ability to travel frequently throughout the U.S. to establish relationships and develop, implement, and evaluate programs. 

Reports to Executive Director of TOLI

Salary: $70,000 - $100,000, commensurate with experience

To Apply:  Send resume and cover letter to by October 30, 2023. 

Posting Date: 09/18/2023
Gratz College, Melrose Park, PA
Wanted: Dr. Saul Philip Wachs Chair of Jewish Life and Learning

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Posting Date: 07/21/2023
Perelman Jewish Day School, Bryn Mawr and Melrose Park, PA
Wanted: Multiple Positions

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Posting Date: 07/5/2023
Temple Sinai of Bergen County
Wanted: Religious School Educators, in person and online

Do you believe Judaism should be taught through joy? Are you a passionate, creative, dynamic, and forward-thinking educator? If yes, you might be a great fit with us at Temple Sinai of Bergen County’s (a Reform congregation) reimagined Religious School in Tenafly, New Jersey.

We are looking for Sunday (9-11:30 am) and Tuesday (4-5:30 pm) Judaic and Hebrew teachers with possible online options for Hebrew on Wednesdays (4-5:30 pm) for the 23-24 school year—multiple grade opportunities, including Music. The salary range starts at $65/hour. Negotiable based on qualifications. If interested, please contact Guy Ratki at Let's talk!

Posting Date: 06/1/2023
Old York Road Temple - Beth Am, Abington, PA
Wanted: Religious Education Director

We are seeking a passionate, motivated, and creative part time Director of Education.  That individual would serve as part of the highly collaborative Beth Am leadership team with clergy and fellow senior staff. The Director will supervise our Mensch Lab (K-6) as well as our Beit Noar (7-10) program, a faculty of 10 teachers, and support staff.

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Contact: Jackie Lehner,, 215-886-8000 x148


Adas Israel Congregation
Washington, DC

Wanted: Interim Head of School
Valley Beth Sholom Day School, Encino, CA

Valley Beth Shalom Day School in Encino, part of the greater Los Angeles area, is a K-6 coed Jewish day school serving about 200 students. The school is on solid footing and needs an Interim Head for the 2023-2024 school year. Candidates need not be Jewish, but must be skilled at all aspects of school leadership. For details, please see the Position Description that can be found HERE, or at
Please contact Skip Kotkins

Posting Date: 04/20/2023
Wanted: Private Hebrew Tutor, Elkins Park, PA

Adult knowledgeable or fluent in Hebrew who could assist a 4th grade child 10 to 15 minutes three or four times a week at a Jewish Day school in Elkins Park. Child has above average intelligence with slight visual processing issues. Need a person to coordinate with teacher to prep child for upcoming Hebrew classes. Child knows all Hebrew letters and most vowels.


Posting Date: 04/04/2023
JCC Association of North America
Wanted: Assistant Program Director, JCC Talent

Come be a part of a dynamic, fun, fast-paced, diverse, and growing team of caring and passionate Jewish community professionals who seek to strengthen and diversify the pipeline of talent in the Jewish community and enhance the workplace experience for tens of thousands of professionals and lay-leaders.
The Assistant Program Director, JCC Talent will work collaboratively across all departments of JCC Association and with JCC Professionals at JCCs (Jewish Community Centers and Jewish Community Camps) throughout the continent to help deliver on the broader talent goal for the JCC Movement: to be recognized as a leader in talent in the non-profit sector, in which professionals and lay-leaders have enriching opportunities and paths for growth.
JCC Talent does this enhancing Jewish learning, fostering cultures of inclusion, and belonging, and strengthening talent infrastructure all which nurture thriving workplaces in which all individuals feel valued, empowered, and respected. The Assistant Program Director, JCC Talent will help manage or direct several signature and pilot talent offerings for JCC Association and be a key collaborator on major talent initiatives and continental gatherings.

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Posting Date: 3/20/2023
UNHCR, Washington, DC
Wanted: Summer 2023 Intern

UNHCR's Multi Country Office in Washington is recruiting interns for Summer 2023 to support UNHCR’s work in the Individual Case (IC) Team and the Resettlement Team (JR2313719). Please find attached the Terms of References for these positions and below the information on how to find the vacancy and apply. Kindly share it with those who may be interested in applying, particularly with recent college, master's, JD, and/or LLM graduates or students in the areas of refugee and migrants' rights, human rights, international relations, humanitarian work, social justice, and other areas alike. Please see details of the vacancy announcement and application requirements in the Terms of Reference. The deadline to submit an application is April 2, 2023.  


To be considered for any one of these positions, candidates must complete their application through the UNHCR jobs portal, where all vacancies are posted. Filter by location country and select “United States.” Select the internship job announcement (JR2313719). You can also access the vacancy directly here: PSU Summer 2023 Intern Vacancy. Once on that webpage, click “Apply” to complete your application. If you have never submitted an application via our new career portal, you will be requested to register as a new user and create an account. Applications will not be accepted by email. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.   


Posting Date: 2/23/2023
EdlavitchDCJCC, Washington, DC
Wanted: Director of Jewish Life and Learning

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Posting Date: 2/8/2023
Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation (JRC), Evanston, IL
Wanted: Education Director

The JRC Education Director will develop and lead Reconstructionist Jewish educational programming for children from birth to grade 12 and their families.
The position reports directly to Rabbi Rachel Weiss (she/her) and JRC’s Executive Director Micky Baer (she/her). JRC seeks an experienced educator who approaches educational programming with excitement, energy, innovation, and respect for all ages, stages, and abilities. Our Education Director will demonstrate a passion for working with children and infusing Reconstructionist Jewish values in all aspects of education. The ideal candidate will have significant teaching or educational leadership experience and will be detail-oriented and strategic in planning and communicating, and have experience with equity and inclusion from perspectives of race, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, ability and disability, interfaith families, and other diversities . We are seeking a joyful, inclusive, dynamic, and visionary Jewish leader.
Salary $70 - 74,000 plus health/dental benefits, 3 weeks vacation, 6 weeks paid family leave
Start date: 7/1/23 (or possibly earlier)

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Posting Date: 1/31/2023
Beth Israel Synagogue, Northfield, NJ
Wanted: Cantorial Soloist


Posting Date: 1/31/2023
Sutton Place Synagogue, New York, NY
Wanted: Director of the Jackson Religious School and Family Engagement


Posting Date: 1/27/2023
Woodlands Community Temple, Westchester, NY
Wanted: Director of Congregational Learning

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