Thank you for your interest, we are are looking for dynamic team players to join our team for the following positions:
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL COORDINATOR/YOUTH ADVISOR
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL COORDINATOR:
Assist with planning and implementing for our Raker Religious School programming including special programs, speakers, PACT (Parents and Children Together) program, family Shabbat services, and youth and family retreats.
Manage registration of students.
Maintain class lists/attendance sheets/input attendance
Create signage, fliers and newsletters
Maintain RSVP’s for special programs and events
Order books and supplies
Manage teacher, parent and student contact lists
Coordinate with Youth Advisors on promoting programming
Work front desk during religious school, Sundays, 8:30-12:30
Prepare teacher folders and sub folders
Maintain organization of supplies and resource room
Assist in General Office duties
Flexibility in availability to work evenings and weekends as needed
CORE COMPETENCIES AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Energetic self-starter with a high attention to detail
Superior interpersonal skills and the ability to interact well with students, parents, and professional staff
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Strong organizational and logistical skills with attention to detail
Sound judgment and problem-solving skills
Ability to multi task
Have a sense of basic religious school curriculum and teaching
Knowledge of the traditions and values of Reform Judaism
Ability to read Hebrew
Competent in the use of Excel, Constant Contact, Canva and social media
Responsible at all times for the safety and well-being of all Reform Teen Coalition (RTC) 8-12 grade youth
Plan and organize one event a month for Solel teens, grades 8-12, separate from RTC
Plan and organize with the NFTY Southwest Board 2 events a year with RTC
Attend Raker religious school twice a month in order to get to know 8-12 graders and build support for RTC
Meet once a month with Director of Religious School, Tobee Waxenberg
Maintain contact with the youth group advisors of other area temples
Responsible for the communication with the youth group members
Coordinate activities with Temple Solel office and the Temple Solel calendar
TRIPS and RTC/NFTY EVENTS:
Organize transportation to all events
Accompany RTC members to all local RTC/NFTY events
Oversee the youth budget
Please submit resume and cover letter to office @templesolel.org.
Please note only qualified candidates will be contacted.
Executive Assistant to Temple Solel’s Clergy team performing all duties and responsibilities that
ensure smooth daily operations.
- Ability to take direction from more than one person.
- A positive minded go-getter with strong organizational skills that can multitask under pressure in a fast-paced environment.
- Strong written, editing and oral communication with a keen sense of attention to detail and the ability to prioritize.
- Ability to effectively work in a team environment with clergy, staff, lay leaders and congregants and visitors demonstrating a “can do” attitude to all.
- Strong technical skills using Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint and the ability to skillfully navigate CRM programs ShulCloud, and the Internet.
- Demonstrated flexibility for changing priorities.
- Facilitation skills include running effective meetings, negotiating and skills, decision making, facilitating group dynamics, and conflict resolution.
Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Communications, or related field. Minimum five (5) years of
professional Strategic and creative thinking skills combined with project management ability
and demonstrated leadership. Prior track record of working as an Executive Assistant.
- Microsoft Office, Publisher and Outlook
- G- Suite
- Support the Clergy team executing responsibilities with professionalism and a positive attitude.
- Ensure that daily tasks are prioritized through daily effective communication with Rabbi
- Linder and Rabbi Stiel.
- Monitor Clergy email, handling anything that would make it easier for the Clergy team
- Set appointments for clergy to meet with congregants, staff, lay leadership and other visitors (notify same of cancellations).
- Maintain a Rabbinical team calendar, making each team member aware of conflicts,
- meetings, travel, and changing priorities – setting reminders when appropriate.
- Responsible (in conjunction with Engagement Specialist – when appropriate) for set up for Clergy presentations, including audio visual and/or food – preparing material that
- Clergy may need (presentations, speeches, etc.).
- Update and maintain Clergy contacts and group lists.
- Produce all clergy correspondence including special communication to the congregation.
- Administer B’nai Mitzvah process for Clergy.
- Produce Annual Report in coordination with Executive Director.
- Produce Adult B’nai Mitzvah Program book with Adult B’nai Mitzvah instructor.
- Produce Confirmation Book in coordination with Confirmation instructor.
- Notify lay leadership of Bimah responsibilities through emailing scripts for Shabbat and
- B’nai Mitzvah Services.
- Miscellaneous office duties.
- Assist with misc. mailings.
- Work High Holiday and other holidays (as needed).
- Work major events and fundraisers throughout the year including working with
- committees and other staff.
- Attend Staff Meetings.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL TEACHERS
If you are proud of your Jewish Heritage and want to pass that on to the younger generations, please come join the Raker Religious School team!
- School is in session Sundays, 9:15-12:15, school is in session
- There are openings in grades 4, 5,and 6. Knowledge of the Aleph Bet, Hebrew vowels and prayers are encouraged.
- We offer a compelling salary and a chance to impact the future of Judaism!
nurturing, dependable and energetic people who will become part of our caring and dedicated staff.
The ideal candidate possesses a positive personality combined with a love for interacting with children
young children and creating a safe, fun, learning environment for them to thrive. A High School diploma
is required, minimum age 18 years old. Experience working with children and/or in a classroom
preferred but not required. Competitive wages, health insurance for full time employees and vacation
and sick time are offered. Contact email@example.com or call 480-991-4545 to begin the interview