Religious School Teachers Needed
@ Cohen Religious School
North Suburban Synagogue Beth El is a warm, vibrant Conservative synagogue located in Highland Park, IL. The Cohen Religious School within Beth El is looking for engaging and dynamic part-time teachers for the upcoming school year.
Looking for teachers who will
foster love of learning, engage and inspire students, integrate experiential learning, create positive Jewish experiences, be team players, and have fun while educating students.
Looking to fill multiple day/time slots got Judaic teachers and/or Hebrew teachers.
Teaching positions run from September through May. Classes are meeting in-person. Our current open positions:
- Kindergarten/First Grade Teacher for Sundays 9 am - 12 pm
Grade Teacher for Sundays 9 am - 12 pm
Grade Teacher for Sundays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 4-6 pm
- Inclusion/Resource Teachers on Sundays from 9 am - 12 pm
for 2023-2024 school year. Please contact Anna Besser, Director of Cohen Religious School if you are interested in applying.
- Job Title
- Religious School Teachers Needed
- Cohen Religious School
Director of Education - K-7th
@ Anshe Emet
Anshe Emet Synagogue is a vibrant urban Conservative congregation with a collaborative staff and clergy who serve a diverse, dynamic, and welcoming community of over 1,200 families. Our congregation is comprised of 400 K-7th graders, with 200 enrolled in our religious school (attending 65+ different public and private schools) and 200 enrolled in area Jewish day schools.
Anshe Emet strives to be a "center for Jewish life and learning." Over the past five years, we have heavily invested in educational innovation, experimentation, and exploration to create a 21st century vision of Jewish education. Our vision is to craft a system of youth and family education which inculcates robust and meaningful knowledge, honors the diversity of very different learners and families, offers flexibility in time and space, and serves to cement lasting relationships among students, families, and the larger community. On our journey towards realizing this dream, Anshe Emet has already created an extensive new religious school curriculum, formalized a professional partnership to support diverse learners, and piloted myriad initiatives to engage youth and families. We are seeking a leader to help us take our next steps.
While the job responsibilities include the oversight of religious school operations, this is not a religious school principal position. In specific, our Director of Education will inspire and connect with our children and their families, in both religious school and day school, while providing exemplary education that fosters a love of Judaism. The Director of Education will report to the Director of Educational Innovation and serve on the education team, which provides Jewish education to the entire synagogue community.
- Job Title
- Director of Education - K-7th
- Anshe Emet
Director of Youth, Family, and Young Adult Engagemen
@ Congregation Beth Shalom
The Director of Youth, Family, and Young Adult Engagement at CBS is responsible for leading programming that is targeted at both the youth of our community (ages 0 - 18), their parents, and other younger adults in the community. Whether delivered through established international programs (e.g., USY) or through programming developed uniquely for the CBS community, the focus is to create stronger connections amongst the participants and the participants with the synagogue as a whole.
- Job Title
- Director of Youth, Family, and Young Adult Engagemen
- Congregation Beth Shalom
Manager, Community Education
Focusing on Response for Teens' essential areas (sexual, relational, and mental wellness) the purpose of this position is to oversee and coordinate prevention education staff, programs, and activities and Leadership Development programming for Response for Teens.
- Responsible for supervising community educators and intern staff positions.
- Provide educational programming to adolescent and adult audiences including parents and professionals.
- Using best practices and current research, writes, and/or updates educational interventions on subjects pertinent to adolescents.
- Manage the community education calendar and scheduling.
- Develop and maintains relationships and linkages to provide experiential education and prevention programs within junior highs, high schools, youth group programs, camps, synagogues, churches, and community organizations.
- Collaborates with other JCFS staff.
- Provides program development and oversight for on-site leadership groups
- Negotiates fees with community agency and school staff. Works with Response and JCFS administration staff to invoice and collect fees.
- Collaborate with JCFS Marketing on social media strategy and marketing programs.
- Oversee Community Education staff's electronic documentation.
- Participate in staff meetings, supervision, and in-service training.
- Attend and participate in management meetings.
- Represent JCFS and Response and its programs in a positive manner to both internal and external contacts.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Job Title
- Manager, Community Education
Senior Jewish Educator
@ Rochelle Zell Jewish High School
Rochelle Zell Jewish High School is recruiting a senior Jewish educational leader to lead the Jewish life program of the school, serving as a
(personal exemplar) of the mission and values of our school. The senior educator will serve as a teacher and mentor to students, faculty, and families, both inside and outside of the classroom.
The Senior Jewish Educator is responsible for providing leadership for the school's Jewish life program and informal education and teaches classes as part of the Jewish Studies faculty. The ideal candidate will have a passion for working with teenagers, be a team player and a creative thinker.
- Overseeing and participating in the Jewish life aspects of the RZJHS experience including tefillah, tikkun olam programs, Jewish holiday programming, and grade-level programming including sophomore overnight, Shabbatonim, junior trip to New York, and the Senior Israel Experienc
- Working closely with Student Activities Director, overseeing student and club life to promote the student-centered ethos of the schoo
- Coordinating faculty development in the area of Jewish learning and serving as a resource for faculty and staff members
- Serving as a positive Jewish role model for students, families, and faculty with regard to both Jewish values and observance
- Representing the school externally with partner organizations, including local synagogues, day schools, summer camps and rabbis
- Teaching 1-2 Jewish Studies classes to students
- Attending, speaking, and teaching at ceremonial and/or milestone events
- Assisting as needed in the areas of recruitment and development
- Serving as part of the educational leadership team, collaborating on school-wide educational decisions and initiatives
- Job Title
- Senior Jewish Educator
- Rochelle Zell Jewish High School
Teen Program Associate
@ @akiva teen department of the Jewish Education Center of Cleveland
The @akiva teen department of the Jewish Education Center of Cleveland is seeking to fill the position of fulltime @akiva Teen Program Associate.
The primary responsibilities for this position include two parts:
1. Leading and coordinating @akiva communal projects for teens.
2. Coordinating the 1:1 engagement work of the Shin Shinim with teens in the community
Based on the interests and skills of the candidate, there will be opportunities to take an additional leadership role in educational programming, pedagogy, and the community agenda for teen engagement. The Teen Program Associate will be mentored and supported in their professional growth. The ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal, organization, and communication skills and some Israel experience. We are seeking someone who is highly organized, collaborative, detail oriented, and who thrives in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment. This position will report to the Director of @akiva.
- Job Title
- Teen Program Associate
- @akiva teen department of the Jewish Education Center of Cleveland