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Posted on
15 July 2014


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Business Manager

The Kohelet Yeshiva High School, a small Jewish private school, seeks a
Business Manager to oversee all day-to-day functions of the school's
business office.  The position reports to the Head of School with a
second report into a part-time CFO.

The Business Manager is
responsible for all bookkeeping duties, management of accounts payable
and accounts receivable, management of the school's cash position,
tuition management and financial aid, payroll and benefits, insurance,
human resources, student transportation, as well as negotiation with
school vendors and other third party service providers.  The Business
Manager will work closely with the Board Treasurer and the Finance
Committee on all school finance related issues.  The successful
candidate will have a proven track record in non-profit or small
business accounting, an excellent work ethic, good people skills, and
expertise in Quickbooks.

For more information, please contact: gperl@koheletyeshiva.org

 
Posted on
15 July 2014
 

High School Principal of Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School

The High School Principal is the instructional leader of the
High School and has primary responsibility for carrying out
the School’s mission of providing a rigorous and
comprehensive Jewish and general studies education for its
students in an environment that celebrates Jewish identity,
community, and values. The Principal will lead an excellent
faculty and have day-to-day responsibility for student life,
maintaining educational standards, professional development,
and ensuring excellence in curriculum, teaching, and
learning practice. The High School has an enrollment of 375
students and is situated in an outstanding facility with a
state-of-the-art technology infrastructure; advanced
science, art, ceramics, and photography studios; a
publications center; Beit Midrash; athletic facilities and
weight room; and an auditorium/theater.

The Principal will be a part of the school-wide leadership
team and will participate in strategic planning, policy
setting, budgeting, and institutional advancement. Reporting
to the Head of School, he/she will be a caring, skilled and
experienced educator, capable of leading a large, complex
division and advancing the School’s commitment to providing
an inspiring, rigorous, and supportive learning environment.
The ideal candidate will have experience leading a High
School in an independent, public, or Jewish day school
environment. He or she will be knowledgeable about
educational trends including technology, skills and
standards-based curriculum and differentiation, and will
have an advanced degree related to the field. Candidates
must have a demonstrated track record of building meaningful
and collaborative relationships with students, faculty,
staff, and parents.

For more information, please contact: CES@drgnyc.com

 
Posted on
03 July 2014
 

Early Childhood Director




Early Childhood
Director




Our client, a Modern Orthodox Jewish Day School in Illinois is
seeking a warm, dynamic and innovative Early Childhood Director to join our
leadership team beginning July 2014.   




The
school’s philosophy of Early Childhood Education offers an interactive,
experiential, child-centered, developmentally-appropriate, nurturing and
stimulating environment that values and supports individual talents and
abilities of each child.  




Responsibilities:




The
Early Childhood Director will be responsible for all aspects of our
Pre-Nursery, Nursery and Kindergarten, with over 100 students ages 3-6 and 15
staff members. Specific responsibilities include:




  • Daily hands-on leadership and support of
    teachers

  • Curriculum development and implementation
    (Judaic and General Studies)

  • Knowing children personally and monitoring
    individual progress

  • Working closely with Director of Admissions on
    recruitment and admissions

  • Working closely with families to support
    children’s needs

  • Coordinating special programs and events

  • Hiring, supervising and providing professional
    development for staff

     

    The ideal candidate will be:

  • An effective communicator with teachers, parents
    and students

  • Forward thinking and well-versed in current
    educational theories and early childhood curricula

  • Successful at building strong, mutually
    respectful relationships

  • Warm and nurturing

     

     Requirements:  

  • Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education,
    Educational Leadership or related field

  • 5+ years demonstrated leadership and supervisory
    experience in Early Childhood preferred

  • Proven success in early childhood general
    education and common core

  • Experience implementing Judaic and Ivrit
    curricula in early childhood

     










































To
submit nominations or candidacies please contact:


Joel H. Paul, President



All resumes and cover letters
must be submitted in Word format to joel@joelpaul.com








For more information, please contact: joel@joelpaul.com

 
Posted on
26 June 2014
 

G-dcast Seeks Incredible New Team Member

We love Jewish learning. Join us in our mission to give every Jewish
child and adult the chance to learn the basics with zero barriers to
entry.


Join our fast-paced, creative team in San Francisco as the Audience
Development Manager leading our efforts to grow the audience for our
exciting digital learning tools including a virtual “eScapegoat,” holiday apps for preschoolers and animated films that are beloved by thousands of teachers. You will make a huge impact on day one.


You are a top-notch communicator and uber-connector, as well as a
digital media enthusiast who’s fluent with all the important tools for
getting the word out.


This position is a full time job in our downtown San Francisco office and is available immediately.

Responsibilities


  1. Build a network – Form partnerships with other organizations to boost everything we do
  2. Launch our programs – Be the owner of the rollout strategy for each
    new film and app…using everything from research to press releases to
    AdWords to social media. Work the phone and your contact list. Keep our
    website up to date (using WordPress).
  3. Create buzz online – Boost views and downloads of our videos and
    apps, track the ROI through analytics, and adapt marketing strategies
    over time
  4. Be our the voice of our customers – Connect regularly with our
    audience (from parents to teachers to teens) to learn what’s working and
    what’s missing. Develop a strong understanding of the digital learning
    landscape and provide our team with valuable insights.

Requirements


  • Outstanding written and oral communication skills
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects in a fast paced environment
  • Metrics driven, customer-oriented
  • Proven experience getting the word out about new products
  • Entrepreneurial spirit combined with an appreciation for the non-profit environment

Perks


  • Title and compensation are commensurate with experience
  • Full medical, dental, vision plans
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
  • Great location one block from Embarcadero BART
More info at http://www.g-dcast.com/jobs/

For more information, please contact: jobs@g-dcast.com

 
Posted on
18 June 2014
 

Head of School

Our School: Netivot HaTorah(“Netivot”) is an Orthodox, co-educational Nurserythrough Grade 8 Jewish day school that serves over 500 students in the GreaterToronto Jewish community on two campuses. At the end of the 2014/15 schoolyear, our current Head of School, Dr. Reuven Stern, will be retiring after 18years of service to our school.

Our Mission: Netivot develops students to engage intheir communities and in society at large. The underpinnings of our approachare excellent Jewish and General Studies programs and an educational philosophybased on three guiding principles of Torah, Israel and Derech Eretz.  Recognizing the diverse learning needs of allour students, Netivot HaTorah strives to help each child achieve his or herunique potential in the areas of academic, religious, social and emotionaldevelopment.

Our Vision: Netivot HaTorah will be the natural choicefor Orthodox Jewish families in the Greater Toronto Area who subscribe to theideals of Torah, Israel and Derech Eretz. By virtue of its excellence in Jewishand General Studies education, its uncompromising focus on the individuallearning needs and goals of its students, and the welcoming embrace of ourcommunity members, Netivot HaTorah will become known as an exemplar among NorthAmerica’s leading Jewish day schools.

The Position: The Head of School will be a dynamic,charismatic leader who will represent Netivot HaTorah to all internal andexternal stakeholders of the school and to the Greater Toronto Jewishcommunity.

Job Description (full version can be provided upon request)

The Head of School is the administrative and educationalleader and spiritual role model of our school, promoting the success and well-beingof all students.  The Head of School:

  • ·        Champions the school’s vision andadvances the institution according to its mission.
  • ·        Maintains and improves Netivot HaTorah’s pursuit of academic excellence.
  • ·        Communicates the school’svision and strategic plan to all stakeholders together with the Board ofDirectors.
  • ·        Is a key leader in thestrategic planning process, implementation of goals and evaluation of success.  2014/15 will be the 3rd year ofour current 3-year strategic plan.
  • ·        Will take a lead role in fundraisingefforts in conjunction with the Director of Development and the Board ofDirectors.
  • ·        Builds a culture of trust,respect and accountability together with the senior administrative team.
  • ·        Sets and ensures that goals aremet by all senior staff.
  • ·        Encourages and organizes professionaldevelopment of staff and administrators.

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For more information, please contact: netivothossearch@gmail.com

 
Posted on
18 June 2014
 

Head of School

The Bernard
Zell Anshe Emet Day School,
BZAEDS,  (www.bzaeds.org) is an
independent Jewish day school in chicago, IL, serving 540 students, age three
through grade 8. A pluralistic, community day school, BZAEDS welcomes students
and families of varied religious observance. BZAEDS combines Jewish
learning and traditions with the best of innovative educational practices in a
rigorous and nurturing learning environment. The school community seeks an
innovative, knowledgeable, inspiring and committed leader to serve as Head of
School beginning July 2015.



A new Head of
School will have the opportunity to lead proactively, enhancing and building
upon a great foundation through partnering with an invested Board, talented
administration,
loyal faculty and a committed parent body, all in
service of providing a strong community and excellent educational program for a
positive, engaging student body. It is a position for a Jewish leader
of boundless energy whose enthusiasm for leading will be apparent to all. The
ideal candidate will be an individual who has a track record of success as a
leader, is intelligent, perceptive, knowledgeable, and possesses strong communication
and interpersonal skills. This is a great opportunity for an experienced,
enthusiastic and good-humored leader to enhance a strong school. P
lease go to www.independent-thinking.com to view the complete Opportunity Statement



For
consideration, please send electronically: Resume, Letter of Interest and
Educational Philosophy and/or Personal Statement to Jane Armstrong or Bill
Lyons, Independent Thinking at: it@independent-thinking.com




For more information, please contact: blyons@independent-thinking.com

 
Posted on
17 June 2014
 

Director, Partnerships for Jewish Schools (PaJeS), UK

The Board of PaJeS invites applications for the post of Director to lead the organisation in the next stages of its development

PaJeS provides strategic advice, support and services for the increasing number of Jewish schools in the UK. The Director is responsible for developing the strategy and overseeing its implementation, working closely with Headteachers and a wide range of other stakeholders.

This is a crucial and exciting role with the opportunity to make a significant contribution to the work of Jewish schools in close collaboration with their leadership and staff.

The person we are looking for will be able to demonstrate:

- Senior management and leadership experience in schools and in Jewish education
- A good understanding of current issues, challenges and opportunities in Jewish education, Jewish schools and in the world of education in general
- Experience and success in leading a strong professional team
- Excellent skills, and a track record, in team working and a collaborative approach 

Full job description can be found here - http://www.pajes.org.uk/resources/job-description-june-10--2-.pdf

To apply for the position of Director of PaJeS please send a curriculum vitae with a covering letter to Gemma Freeman (gemma@thejlc.org) by Monday 7 July and contact her with any enquiries. If you would like an informal talk with the Chairman of PaJeS, Jonathan Goldstein, she will arrange this.

- See more at: http://www.pajes.org.uk/latest-news/director-vacancy-at-pajes.php

For more information, please contact: gemma@thejlc.org

 
Posted on
17 June 2014
 

Head of School, Brandeis Hillel Day School of San Francisco

Founded in 1963, Brandeis Hillel Day School, a coeducational, K-8 independent Jewish day school, has maintained campuses in San Francisco and Marin since 1978. The Board of Trustees has voted to transition from a single school operating two campuses to two distinct independent schools, effective at the start of the 2015-16 academic year. For July 2015, Brandeis Hillel Day School San Francisco seeks an innovative, charismatic, visionary, and experienced educator to lead the school.

BHDS in San Francisco provides 395 students, grades K-8, a challenging academic program in both general and Judaic studies within a caring and diverse Jewish cultural environment. The core values of Integrity, Kindness, Service—Ometz Lev, Chesed, Tikkun Olam—infuse the curriculum, the community, and the spirit of BHDS.

Located on two acres, BHDS draws students from all neighborhoods in San Francisco. Innovative programming framed by contemporary Jewish values and excellent teaching attracts a diverse family population. The program is thriving, with full enrollment and a strong pipeline from the city’s preschools.As a renaissance in Jewish life occurs in the city, families with a broad range of Jewish experiences find a home at BHDS.

The next Head of School will have the exciting opportunity to lead a new school that builds upon a 50-year foundation. The school offers an exceptional career prospect for a Jewish educational leader with outstanding management and communication skills and the inspiration, courage, and vision to take BHDS to a new level of innovation and excellence.


Wickenden Associates of Princeton, New Jersey, is conducting the search. Jo Butler (jbutler@wickenden.com) and Linda Knights (lknights@wickenden.com) are the lead consultants. To request additional information, visit our website (www.wickenden.com) email searches@wickenden.com, or call us at 609 683 1355. 

The application deadline is September 19, 2014.

For more information, please contact: acumming@wickenden.com

 
Posted on
13 June 2014
 

High School Principal

Located in Boca Raton, Florida, the Donna Klein Jewish
Academy, an independent non-profit Jewish community day
school for students in kindergarten through grade twelve,
serves families from a broad spectrum of Jewish backgrounds
and religious practices. The school was founded in 1979 and
lives its mission: To educate our children and the greater
Donna Klein Jewish Academy community to be knowledgeable and
responsible citizens of the world, committed to Jewish
values and lifelong learning.

The school seeks a High School Principal for 2015, serving
grades nine through twelve in a small, dynamic, and highly
academic environment which reflects DKJA’s vision: to be a
model of academic excellence where students celebrate
learning, the richness of Jewish life, and Torah values.
The ideal candidate will have the passion, knowledge, and
ability to ensure an outstanding Jewish and general studies
education for its students, supporting and modeling the
mission and vision of the school. Reporting to the Head of
School, the Principal will lead the day to day management of
this division, supervising faculty and staff, overseeing
curriculum, professional development, and maintaining
educational standards. Proven strength in communicating
with students, staff, parents, and community is critical.
This ideal candidate will have an advanced degree in
education, at least 5 years of leadership experience in a
Jewish High School, including teaching experience. The
position reports to the Head of School and will be part of a
collaborative leadership team.

Please e-mail cover letter and resume to shafferk@dkja.org
or fax to 561-852-6007.


For more information, please contact: shafferk@dkja.org

 
Posted on
27 May 2014
 

Early Childhood Coordinator

Early Childhood Coordinator

Early Childhood coordinator will oversee all aspects of programming and  curriculum, this includes special activities, field trips and department-wide events.

Responsibilities include:

 -supervise classroom teachers, including classroom observations, evaluations, professional development, and scheduling.   Included as well is curriculum review , revision, and mapping.

coordinate with office staff for daily schedules, arrival and dismissal, special programming, and school visits.

work with RPRY special services and guidance departments to ensure all students are receiving appropriate services and care.

establish regular, ongoing communication procedures with parents, and plan parent-education opportunities.

 

Required:  5+ years teaching experience

3+ years administrative experience

Advance degree in Early Childhood Education


email resume to: sgross@rpry.org or FAX to 732-572-3049 


For more information, please contact: sgross@rpry.org

 
Posted on
22 May 2014
 

Head of Jewish Life, Sydney, Australia

Emanuel is an independent, co-educational, pluralist and egalitarian Jewish day school from Pre-school to Year 12 situated in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia. We are looking for a full-time Head of Jewish Life, with start date to be negotiated. The Head of Jewish Life is responsible for leading Emanuel School's Jewish life. He/she will ensure that Emanuel School reflects the best available Jewish educational practices and standards within a pluralist and egalitarian environment. He/she will be a very effective communicator  who sees the Jewish life of students as a high priority. He/she will also be an experienced, successful and qualified educator who is highly organised and professional, with a passion for ensuring the best possible Jewish education for girls and boys. There is some flexibility around this position in terms of student focus (eg K-6, Year 7-12, or K-12) and areas of expertise for the right candidate. 


For a Role Statement and any further information, please email the Principal, Anne Hastings, at ahastings@emanuelschool.nsw.edu.au Information about Emanuel School can also be obtained from our
website, www.emanuelschool.nsw.edu.au. Applications, including the names and contact details of two referees should be directed to the Principal.

For more information, please contact: mfavero@emanuelschool.nsw.edu.au

 
Posted on
15 May 2014
 

Seeking Director of Development

color:#1A1A1A">Yavneh Academy of Paramus, NJ, is searching for a Director of
Development.  Yavneh Academy is one of the leading modern orthodox day
schools in the New York metropolitan area.  It educates over 750 students
from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade.  Established more than 60
years ago, Yavneh Academy is known for providing its students with a superior
Judaic and secular education.  Yavneh draws from over 20 communities in
northern New Jersey and Rockland County, NY.


color:#1A1A1A">The qualified candidate will work closely with the school’s
administrative and educational leadership team as well as with the Board of
Directors and the Endowment and Development Committees. 



color:#1A1A1A">The Director of Development is responsible for creating and
implementing a long-range fundraising plan, leading the fundraising effort
while also training and overseeing the fundraising team, managing donor
appreciation and cultivation of new donors, expanding alumni, alumni parent and
grandparent participation in Yavneh’s fund raising efforts, and identifying and
developing new foundation prospects.



color:#1A1A1A">Yavneh is hoping to fill this position with a dynamic person
with creativity and warmth.  The ideal candidate will be familiar with
orthodox Jewish customs and traditions and have a deep sense of community. 
The candidate will also possess extraordinary management skills and utilize
good judgment when working with the parents, staff and donors.  The
candidate must have excellent communication, technological and organizational
skills and a proven track record of successful fundraising programs.
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color:#1A1A1A">Interested candidates should send resume to Joel Kirschner at yavneh1@aol.com



 



For more information, please contact: yavneh1@aol.com

 
Posted on
13 May 2014
 

Director of Technology

Yeshivat Noam, a Jewish Orthodox, Zionistic Day School
located in Paramus, NJ seeks an accomplished, strategic, and
hands-on technology professional to serve as its Director of
Technology.
Job Purpose: A full-time dedicated technical management
professional responsible for leading all technology efforts
in the school. This includes leading and coordinating all
technology planning, implementation, and ongoing operations
throughout the school.
Duties:
● Management of all technology efforts in the school,
including analysis, planning, and supervision of technology
use by school personnel and in school related activities.
● Work closely with the school administration and designated
members of the school board of directors to design, develop,
and execute an annual strategic & operating technology plan.
● Hands-on implementation, training, and ongoing operational
support of technology throughout the school
● Management and coordination of the IT team, including the
SysAdmin, IS and Break/Fix specialist
● Responsible for maintaining security and privacy settings
associated with all school systems and servers in use, as
well as evaluating security for each new hardware and
software adoption
● Maintaining current hardware and software being used in
school and delivering ongoing improvements by constantly
evaluating and upgrading policies, processes, and directing
changes.
● Day-to-day vendor management, negotiation, procurement,
and ongoing oversight of relevant external vendors, in
partnership with executive director and designated board
members.
● Drive financial objectives by forecasting requirements;
preparing an annual budget; scheduling IT expenditures;
analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions.
● Staying current on relevant industry and educational
technology trends/opportunities, including professional
networking, participation in relevant industry associations,
conferences, and events.
Technical Skills/Qualifications:
● Diverse set of hands-on skills administering client/server
environments, network security, and proprietary application
lifecycle management of both modern and legacy applications
● Demonstrable skills in design and management of IP
networks, Windows Domains, database applications,
proprietary PBX systems, security, and professional
audio/visual setups
● Ability to provision and manage a suite of hardware and
mobile devices running multiple operating systems including
Mac OS, Windows and others.
● Previous similar school technology management experience
preferred but not required
● Comfort with defining and managing structured operations
processes and tools for uptime management, routine
maintenance, request/task management, change control,
configuration management, disaster recovery, capacity
management, etc
Non-technical Skills/Qualifications:
● Experienced project manager who can keep projects on
course and on time;
● Strong verbal and written communication skills; able to
gain the buy-in of a diverse group of educators,
administrators, and suppliers and describe complex
technology issues to non-technical individuals and groups

About the School:
Yeshivat Noam is a growing Pre-K through 8 school with over
800 students, fostering a warm and progressive learning
environment. To learn more about the school, please visit
www.yeshivatnoam.org.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to
hiring@yeshivatnoam.org

For more information, please contact: hiring@yeshivatnoam.org

 
Posted on
06 May 2014
 

Elementary and Middle School Principal

Austin Jewish Academy (AJA),located in the thriving city of Austin, Texas, is seeking a dynamic andvisionary Principal to provide leadership and oversight of the school’seducation program.  The Principal works collaboratively with the Head ofSchool, administrative team, and faculty to promote innovative and relevantcurriculum, teacher leadership and support, and a positive school culture.    The Principal will demonstrateoutstanding professional practices and uphold the school’s mission and vision bysuccessfully modeling the school’s core values of tradition, integrity,community, tikkun olam, excellence, and empowerment.

Austin Jewish Academy is apluralistic, TK-8th grade Jewish community day school located on theDell Jewish Community Campus.  The school is accredited through AdvancEdand affiliated with RAVSAK.

AJA prides itself on its well-trainedfaculty, project –based learning, and integrated curriculum.   The Principal will be expected to teach,align scope and sequence of the curriculum, and offer ongoing support toteachers, parents, and students.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Education or School Administration
  • Experience in curriculum development and current practices of pedagogy including project-based learning
  • Experience with teacher supervision and development, including applicant screening, hiring and contract renewal experience
  • School- wide programming coordination
  • Previous classroom experience
  • Previous leadership experience
  • Strong communication and presentation skills


Preferred Skills:

  • Entrepreneurial spirit and positive outlook
  • Background in Jewish studies and proficiency in Hebrew a plus

 

Candidates interested in being part of this dynamic learningenvironment should send a cover letter and resume to resume07@austinjewishacademy.org.  Please review our website for additional school information: www.austinjewishacademy.org.

For more information, please contact: resume07@austinjewishacademy.org

 
Posted on
30 April 2014
 

Director of Educational Support Services

Akiva Hebrew Day School, a Zionist Modern Orthodox
coeducational ECC-12 day school located in Southfield,
Michigan, seeks a Director of Educational Support Services
(ESS) for grades preK-12.
Responsibilities:
*Coordinate and oversee the delivery of academic support for
our students with pronounced learning challenges using the
ESS staff.
•Manage the identification and assessment of our students
needing learning accommodations and modifications to succeed
in a nurturing, warm and academically serious environment.
•Collect, verify, and maintain documentation of educational
disabilities and eligibility for accommodations.
•Provide guidance and direction for the ESS staff in
supporting both teachers and students in enabling students
with identified learning challenges the best opportunities
for success in the classroom.
•Design Formal Education Plans for students identified with
learning challenges or disabilities.
•Maintain regular communication between the parents of
students receiving ESS, the teachers and any adjunct support
provided.
•Coordinate with the local public school system the delivery
of services provided by Title mandates.

Educational and Professional Requirements:
•Possesses an advanced degree in Special Education or a
related field.
•Five years working in the field with demonstrated
experience in identifying learning needs in students and
creating plans for supporting those students, and
supervision of staff.
•Competency in both oral and written forms of communication
•Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of the different
stages of the adolescent learner, their social- emotional
and intellectual needs, and recognized benchmarks for
assessing learning.
Interested candidates should submit a resume or c.v.,
along with a cover letter and a statement of educational
philosophy to tzvi.klugerman@akiva.org

For more information, please contact: tzvi.klugerman@akiva.org

 
Posted on
28 April 2014
 

Finance Director


Modern Orthodox Day School in Northern NJ seeks a Finance
Director to oversee financial management of the school
including business office staff, operations, reporting,
investments and cash management. The candidate must have
strong communication skills and the ability to work as a team
leader. Knowledge of Blackbaud is a plus. Resumes should be
sent in confidence to disraeli@jkha.org.

For more information, please contact: disraeli@jkha.org

 
Posted on
21 July 2014


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Shulamith School for Girls' HIGH SCHOOL will be opening on Long Island- Many career opportunities available!

Shulamith School for Girls will be opening its High School
on its brand new campus in Inwood on Long Island, NY. The
school will open with a ninth grade class in September 2015.
We are committed to excellence in education and seek to
promote a love for learning in both Judaic and Secular
Studies.
There will be many career opportunities available for
teachers who join this exciting new venture!

We are seeking dynamic, warm, experienced and creative
educators in all fields. We welcome teachers with strong
extracurricular, programming and/or administrative
experience as we hope to build our future administration
from our founding teachers. Part time and full time
positions available.

In particular we are seeking to fill the teaching positions
for grade 9 in the fields of:
Judaic Studies positions:
Shulamith is an Ivrit B’Ivrit school.
Chumash,Nach, Halacha/ Torah Shebal Peh, Parshat Hashavuah
Hebrew Language, Jewish Philosophy

Secular Studies positions:
Global Studies, English, Algebra I, Geometry, Biology,
Phys Ed and Sports coordinator, Art and Graphic Design,Music
Appreciation, Library Science

Highlight (but not limited to these) extracurricular
opportunities:
Student Activities coordinator,Chessed
coordinator,Performing Arts/ Drama, Dance, Choir director,
academic competition advisors (such as debate, mock trial,
school newspaper, etc),STEM activities/ research coordinator

Guidance positions:
Director of Learning Center,School Guidance counselor,Israel
Guidance,College Guidance

Administrative positions:
Executive Assistant
Office Manager

Applicants should send a cover letter and resume to the
attention of Ms Rina Zerykier at rzerykier@shulamith.org.

For more information, please contact: rzerykier@gmail.com

 
Posted on
20 July 2014
 

Middle School Hebrew Teacher - FT/PT Maternity Leave Replacement

The Middle School of the Abraham Joshua Heschel School of Manhattan is seeking a Hebrew teacher for grades 6-8 as a maternity leave replacement from August 20, 2014 until January 2015. Applicants must have a Bachelors Degree and experience teaching Hebrew as a second language. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience teaching students of all levels and abilities and with different learning styles.

‪The Heschel School is a dual curriculum N-12 Jewish community school with families from a range of backgrounds, practices and beliefs. We are dedicated to engaging students in a relationship with the language, culture, land and people of the State of Israel. Applicants are therefore expected to be passionate about language instruction as well as fostering the connection between a diverse student body and the State of Israel.

‪Please send your resume with a cover letter or email explaining your qualifications and interest in the position to Jack Nahmod, Middle School Judaics Head.

For more information, please contact: jackna@heschel.org

 
Posted on
17 July 2014
 

Learning Specialist - Boys Division

The Yeshiva of Greater Washington-
Tiferes Gedaliah (YGW) is looking for a passionate, student-centered
Learning Specialist for our Boys Division. The Learning Specialist must be
committed to excellence in education, exceptional at collaboration with peers
and supervisors, and who can succeed in our fast-paced and friendly office
environment. YGW is an orthodox Jewish middle school, high school and college
program on two campuses in Silver Spring and has been serving the Greater
Washington community for over 50 years. 



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Specialist is responsible for ensuring that the learning environment meets the
needs of all the students within the resources of the Division. 



RESPONSIBILITIES:



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provide individual and/or small group student remediation sessions



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members to insure students are receiving the appropriate accommodations /
modifications identified in their IEP’s or 504 plans



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resource for staff members by providing ideas on how to implement a student’s appropriate
accommodations and modifications



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effective, proactive levels of communication between staff members regarding student
needs and performance



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regularly and effectively with parents regarding student progress and/or
concerns



QUALIFICATIONS:



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special education



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with the ability to effectively manage a small classroom



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strong work ethic



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of the values in an orthodox Jewish environment



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Secondary Education setting preferred



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PowerSchool or other educational software a plus



To apply, send your cover letter, resume and
salary requirements (salary history is acceptable substitute), via email to employment@yeshiva.edu .  Please
include “BD Learning Specialists” in the subject line.

For more information, please contact: employment@yeshiva.edu

 
Posted on
17 July 2014
 

General Studies Teacher 4th grade

Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey seeks 4th grade General
Studies teacher. This is a great opportunity to join a
collaborative and professional faculty in a dynamic growing
school. PM hours only. 2 years teaching experience required.
Benefits package available. Email resume to resumes@rynj.org.

Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey seeks teaching assistants.
If you enjoy working with children and have an interest in the
teaching profession, send your resume to resumes@rynj.org

For more information, please contact: resumes@rynj.org

 
Posted on
15 July 2014
 

Early Childhood Assistant Teacher

Yeshivat Noam in Paramus, N.J. is seeking a warm, experienced
Early Childhood Assistant Teacher for the 2014-15 school year
for a Kindergarten classroom. Please send cover letter and
resume to: hiring@yeshivatnoam.org.

For more information, please contact: hiring@yeshivatnoam.org

 
Posted on
01 July 2014
 

Westchester Day School Positions

Westchester Day School (WDS) a Modern Orthodox N-8 day school in Mamaroneck, NY serving 400 students seeks individuals for the following positions for September 2014:

MIDDLE SCHOOL:

Middle School General Studies Curriculum Coordinator

Full-time Middle School Science Teacher- Must have a strong background and prior experience teaching science in Middle School. Strong instructional and technology skills a must and individual should be a passionate educator capable of inspiring students through critical thinking. Experience in STEM a plus.

Middle School Learning Specialist

Lower School:

Third grade General Studies Assistant – Full time

Second grade Judaic Studies Assistant – Full time

Early Childhood:

Kindergarten Judaic Studies Assistant – Full time

Assistant - Part time

Please e mail cover letter indicating position of interest and resume to HR@westchesterday.org or fax to 914.698.5429.

For more information, please contact: hr@westchesterday.org

 
Posted on
01 July 2014
 

Mazel Day School Teaching Positions

Mazel Day School is currently accepting applications for job openings for 2014-2015 school year to accommodate expanding classes. BA or Masters in Ed, 3+ yrs experience preferred. Judaic studies teachers should have fluency in Hebrew Language communication. 

  • Certified Kdg & 1st Grade General Studies Head Teacher
  • 3rd Grade Judaic Studies Head Teacher (Tal Am training a plus)
  • Middle School Rebbe
  • Middle School Science Teacher
  • Kdg-2nd Grade Assistant Teachers
Email resume & references to Jobs@mazeldayschool.com

About Mazel Day School:
Mazel Day School is a co-ed Jewish Day School in South Brooklyn for Preschool through Grade 8. Our mission is to provide child-centered, values-oriented educational experiences that are characterized by academic excellence and Jewish heritage. Our motto is "Instilling a love for learning and the joys of Judaism". Our close-knit community of parents, teachers, & students offers a warm & professional working environment to its members & highlights everything a quality Jewish school should be.  

For more information, please contact: jobs@mazeldayschool.com

 
Posted on
30 June 2014
 

Part time Learning Specialist, Ma'ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls, Teaneck, NJ

Ma'ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls, a modern Orthodox Jewish high school located in Teaneck, NJ, is looking to hire a learning specialist to work with the Director of Student Special Services to meet the needs of students with special needs.

The position is two days a week (Monday and Wednesday) from9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Responsibilities include:

• Conducting student tutorials, small group and one-on-one, on various subjects, and

• Provide in-class support to both students and teachers.

Some special education background, either formal or informal, is required.
Knowledge in Judaic subjects is not required.
Masters degree preferred.
Salary commensurate with experience.

To apply, send resumes to kahanr@maayanot.org

For more information, please contact: kahanr@maayanot.org

 
Posted on
26 June 2014
 

SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS

Director of Special Education - Junior High School
Boys' School Located in Passaic, NJ

Directing self-contained special education classroom for grades 6th, 7th & 8th including development of modified curriculum and mentoring of faculty. In addition, coordinating special services for students in mainstream classrooms for the Jr. High including interfacing with providers, supervising staff, developing schedule and coordinating with mainstream teachers. Parent communication skills essential. Masters in Special Education or related degree and prior experience required. Resumes can be emailed to bhykop@gmail.com, or faxed 973-778-5697.

For more information, please contact: bhykop@gmail.com

 
Posted on
26 June 2014
 

ELEM SPEC ED TEACHERS

We are currently hiring part time special education teachers, Monday-Thursday afternoons, for our boys' fourth and fifth grade General Studies division. Degreed and experienced only, please. Resumes can be emailed to bhykop@gmail.com, or faxed 973-778-5697.

For more information, please contact: bhykop@gmail.com

 
Posted on
25 June 2014
 

General & Judaic Studies Maternity Leave Position

General and Judaic Studies Maternity Leave Position

SAR Academy, a Modern Orthodox day school in Riverdale, NY,
is looking for a General Studies and Judaic Studies
elementary teacher with special education experience to
cover a maternity leave mid-September - November.
Responsibilities include small group support out of the
classroom as well as supporting students in the classroom.
The position is half time General Studies and half time
Judaic Studies. Please note that SAR is an Ivrit B'Ivrit
school. Candidates may apply for part or full-time.

To apply for this position, please visit
www.saracademy.org/careers.

For more information, please contact: cymete@saracademy.org.

For more information, please contact: cymete@saracademy.org

 
Posted on
25 June 2014
 

Special Education Judaic Studies Teacher

SAR Academy, a Modern Orthodox Jewish day school in Riverdale,
NY, is seeking a special education Judaic Studies teacher in
the elementary grades beginning September 2014. SAR is looking
for a dynamic, creative, warm and flexible teacher interested
and skilled in teaching Judaic Studies to students with
learning difficulties in an Ivrit B’Ivrit classroom.
Candidates must have teacher certification and some experience
with students with learning disabilities.

To apply for this position, please visit:
www.saracademy.org/careers.

For more information, please contact: cymete@saracademy.org

For more information, please contact: cymete@saracademy.org

 
Posted on
19 June 2014
 

TEACHERS NEEDED IN PASSAIC, NJ

Join a dynamic & creative faculty.

We have various part time positions available in our General Studies boys' division. Positions are open in the upper elementary as well as math, language arts and history in the junior high school division. The positions are Monday - Thursday afternoons. Experienced only please. We are conveniently located in Passaic, NJ. Resumes should be emailed to: bhykop@gmail.com or faxed 973-778-5697.

For more information, please contact: bhykop@gmail.com

 
Posted on
18 June 2014
 

Jewish Studies Teacher (Bible and Rabbinics)

Frankel Jewish Academy (FJA) is currently accepting applications for the 2014-
2015 school year for Jewish Studies teachers who will teach a variety of Bible
and Rabbinics classes. We are seeking candidates with a commitment to
halacha and academic training in Jewish Studies. Both a university Jewish
studies background and a yeshiva/seminary background are highly desirable.
A solid foundation in Hebrew language is required.

FJA is a diverse, halachic, Zionist high school offering a dual curriculum of
college-preparatory general studies and classical text-based Jewish studies.
The school, which operates within a framework of Jewish law, draws its
student body from Conservative, Orthodox, and Reform backgrounds to learn
together in an open, tolerant, religious environment.

Candidates should have a dynamic presence in the classroom, passion for
Jewish and secular knowledge, and a desire to work with teenagers.
Applicants should also have a foundation in current educational practices and
technology and a warm, welcoming personality. Applicants should have a
strong foundation in biblical grammar and parshanut as well as the ability to
utilize a skills and language approach to teaching Rabbinics.

FJA offers a warm and supportive working environment and competitive salary
and benefits. We provide exceptional, nationally recognized support and
mentoring for new teachers, as well as extensive professional development
opportunities for all faculty. Frankel Jewish Academy is a professional learning
community where all teachers are expected to be ongoing learners. FJA
strongly supports the development and growth of each member of its
professional teaching staff. From establishing standards and benchmarks, to
coaching web literacy, to providing up-to-date technology to enhance the
classroom experience, Frankel Jewish Academy is committed to hiring and
retaining teachers suitable to its mission and to providing the necessary
support so that honing one’s craft becomes an integral part of a teacher’s
professional life.

If you are interested in applying, please email your resume, cover letter, and
references to employment@frankelja.org. In the subject title, please write
“Bible/Rabbinics”

Frankel Jewish Academy is a non-profit private academy. The Frankel Jewish
Academy is an equal opportunity employer.
To find out more about our school, log on to http://www.frankelja.org.

For more information, please contact: employment@frankelja.org

 
Posted on
18 June 2014
 

Math Specialist for Grades K-5

The Lower School math specialist is a full-time position reporting directly to the director of instruction and academic support. The specialist will be supporting the implementation of Singapore math and the development of both differentiated instruction and accompanying formative and summative assessment in grades K-5. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

o Collaborate with director of curriculum and director of Lower School instruction and academic support to ensure development of and coordination of the Lower School math curriculum
o Work with Lower School classroom teachers to support students with a variety of learning styles
o Model strategies for differentiating instruction in Singapore math to enrich, remediate, and accommodate learning needs
o Provide small-group mathematical instruction to students
o Promote and lead various Singapore Math workshops for faculty, parents, prospective families
o Facilitate and oversee division-wide math assessment practices, including the administration, scoring, evaluating, and communicating progress to teachers and parents

The ideal candidate will possess:

o A solid understanding of children’s academic, social, and emotional development
o Knowledge of Singapore math
o Familiarity with authentic assessment practices and current technology
o A passion for working with children in grades k-5

Candidates should have a proven record of collaborative teamwork together with a nuanced understanding of interpersonal relations, strong verbal and written communication skills, and a healthy sense of humor. A minimum of three to five years of teaching experience in independent schools and a graduate degree in a related field are required.

To apply, interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, statement of philosophy, and three references to jobs@schechterwestchester.org. Please indicate the position you are applying to in the subject line.

For more information, please contact: jobs@schechterwestchester.org

 
Posted on
10 June 2014
 

Yeshivah of Flatbush Teaching Positions

YESHIVAH OF FLATBUSH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL“The Standard of Excellence”has the following openings for September 2014:*Lower Division General Studies Teacher *Lower Division Science TeacherMust be licensed, experienced andcomputer literate*Assistant Torah Studies Teachers for Grades 1-4 (fluent in Hebrew)*Assistant General Studies Teachers for Grades 1-4Fax resume to 718-377-0135

For more information, please contact: Lschwed@flatbush.org

 
Posted on
10 June 2014
 

MS Judaic Studies Teacher - Part-time


JCDS, Boston’s Jewish Community Day School, is seeking a
full time middle school Judaic Studies teacher with
extensive knowledge of Tanakh and Talmud and prior classroom
teaching experience. Please send cover letter with resume to
Aliza VosLevitz at jobs@jcdsboston.org.

JCDS is a pluralist co-educational Jewish day school serving
students in grades K-8 from families across a wide spectrum
of Jewish beliefs and practices. The school offers an
excellent academic program that integrates general and
Judaic studies, including art and music. English and Hebrew
are both used throughout the day as languages of instruction
and communication. The school’s hallmarks are its focus on
individual children and their learning styles, a talented
and creative staff, and open, honest communication in a
welcoming, diverse Jewish learning community. Visit our
website at jcdsboston.org.

For more information, please contact: alizav@jcdsboston.org

 
Posted on
10 June 2014
 

6th Grade Science Teacher - Part-time

JCDS, Boston's Jewish Community Day School is looking for a
part-time Science teacher. Requirements: prefer candidates
with three years science teaching experience and training,
or certification in science teaching in middle school. Send
cover letter and resume to Aliza Voslevitz at
jobs@jcdsboston.org

JCDS, Boston’s Jewish Community Day School in Watertown MA,
the first intentionally pluralist Jewish day school in the
Boston area, is committed to serving families across a wide
spectrum of belief and practice. Our core values are: Hebrew
and English are spoken throughout the day; Jewish and
General studies are integrated in many areas; the school is
committed to creative, academic excellence; a whole child
approach and to living a joyful Jewish life in a welcoming
community. JCDS was founded in 1995 and serves students in
grades K-8. Visit our website at jcdsboston.org

JCDS is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and
equal opportunity for all employees without regard to race,
color, religious creed, national and ethnic origin, age,
gender, sexual orientation, or physical disability.

For more information, please contact: alizav@jcdsboston.org

 
Posted on
10 June 2014
 

High School History Teacher

High School History Teacher Donna Klein Jewish Academy, an independent non-profit school for children grades K through grade 12, is a Jewish community day school serving families from a broad spectrum of Jewish backgrounds and religious practices. The school was founded in 1979 and lives its mission: To educate our children and the greater DKJA community to b knowledgeable and responsible citizens of the world, committed to Jewish values and lifelong learning.The candidate should be an experienced and degreed High School History teacher and must be able to teach World History, US History, US Government and/or Economics. Experience in AP US History and AP Human Geography.Please e-mail cover letter and resume to shafferk@dkja.org or fax to 561-852-6007.

For more information, please contact: shafferk@dkja.org

 
Posted on
03 June 2014
 

MS Judaic Studies Teacher

Middle School Judaic Studies Teacher 2014-2015

Donna Klein Jewish Academy, an independent non-profit school
for children grades Jr. K through grade 12, is a Jewish
community day school serving families from a broad spectrum
of Jewish backgrounds and religious practices. The school
was founded in 1979 and lives its mission: To educate our
children and the greater DKJA community to be knowledgeable
and responsible citizens of the world, committed to Jewish
values and lifelong learning.

The candidate should be an experienced and degreed Judaic
Studies teacher for Middle School for 2014-2015 school year.
Candidates considered will: have experience teaching in a
full time Jewish day school setting; have a broad knowledge
of skills in Jewish sacred texts, rabbinic interpretation,
modern application, Jewish history, everyday realities of
Jewish life in Israel and the Diaspora, personally committed
to ongoing study; proficiency in Hebrew language;
computer/technology literacy for educational setting; be a
good personal time manager, team player, and a leader; a
reflective proactive of education, open to growth in
classroom skills and curriculum development; be a role model
of living Judaism in and out of school; willingness to
participate/lead informal educational and extra curricular
activities; have an inclusive sense of Klal Yisrael; a
strong commitment to Medinat Yisrael, be able to facilitate
growth in our students Jewish spiritual expression in
whatever form it takes.

Please e-mail cover letter and resume to shafferk@dkja.org
or fax to 561-852-6007.

For more information, please contact: shafferk@dkja.org

 
Posted on
03 June 2014
 

Judaic Studies Positions- Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy

Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy, a Modern Orthodox, Zionist,
Ivrit B'Ivrit Day School in Metro-West, New Jersey, seeks a
warm, creative, experienced, half time (12:15-3:45pm) 1st or
4th Grade Judaics teacher for the upcoming 2014-15 Academic
year.
Please forward resume with cover letter to nwachtel@jkha.org

For more information, please contact: nwachtel@jkha.org

 
Posted on
03 June 2014
 

Library / Media Services Director, Temple Beth Am Day School, Miami, Florida

Temple Beth Am Day School is a Reform Jewish Day School in Miami, Florida that serves students from 18 months through 5th grade. The mission of the school is to endow students with a life-long love of learning, a healthy self-image, and a strong and positive commitment to Judaism. 


The school has an immediate opening (June 2014) for a library / media services director.  The candidate should have experience teaching library skills and should have knowledge of Judaic literature and children's literature.

The full job description is found at
http://www.tbam.org/clientuploads/Documents/Word_PDF%20Docs/JOBS/Librarian_Media_Specialist.pdf

$50,000 to $60,000 annual salary plus paid sick, personal and bereavement days. Health insurance and pension plan options are available.

Please submit cover letters and resumes to our Head of School, Dr. Deborah Starr, via email at dstarr@tbam.org.


For more information, please contact: akhift@icloud.com

 
Posted on
30 May 2014
 

Teachers Needed

DIRECTOR OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES for grades 1-8

Modern Orthodox Yeshivah seeks a qualified Student Activities Director for grades 1-8. The successful candidate will be self starter, highly organized and be able to create developmentally appropriate student activities that complement the school's curriculum. A working knowledge of both spoken and written Hebrew as well an appreciation of religious Zionism is essential. The Director of Student Activities works closely with the administrative team to inspire students and help them to find and express their individual strengths through participation in clubs, activities and events. The ideal candidate will have experience informal and/or informal education and will serve as a religious role model by building positive relationships with our students. This is a part time position that can be expanded to full time.

FIRST GRADE TEACHER-JUDAIC STUDIES

Modern Orthodox Yeshivah seeks a child-centered educator to teach first grade Judaic Studies. The successful candidate will be fluent in Hebrew, highly organized and capable of differentiating instruction to structure each for success. This is a half day position; hours of instruction are 8:00-1:00. A degree in education or equivalent is required.

ASSISTANT TEACHER-JUDAIC STUDIES

Modern Orthodox Yeshivah seeks a nurturing individual to serve as an assistant teacher for fourth grade Judaic studies boys' class. The successful candidate will be fluent in Hebrew,a team player and have an appreciation for religious Zionism. This is a half day position; hours of instruction are 8:00-1:00

 EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHERS

Full time licensed early childhood teachers and assistant needed for small progressive Modern Orthodox Yeshivah in Brooklyn. Working knowledge of Hebrew a must. Warm, supportive environment. 

To apply, please send a cover letter and your resume to Brooklynyeshivah1@gmail.com

 

 

 

For more information, please contact: Jshiram@Barkaiyeshivah.org

 
Posted on
30 May 2014
 

MS Math Teacher

Donna Klein Jewish Academy
Boca Raton, Florida

Middle School Math Teacher for 2014-2015

Donna Klein Jewish Academy, an independent non-profit school
for children grades Kindergarten through grade 12, is a
Jewish community day school serving families from a broad
spectrum of Jewish backgrounds and religious practices. The
school was founded in 1979 and lives its mission: To educate
our children and the greater DKJA community to be
knowledgeable and responsible citizens of the world,
committed to Jewish values and lifelong learning.

The candidate should be an experienced and degreed middle
school Math teacher for Pre-Algebra and Algebra I. Previous
teaching experience in middle school is required.
Candidate must relate well to students at all levels, work
well in collaboration with peers, puts learning first.

Please e-mail cover letter and resume to shafferk@dkja.org
or fax to 561/852-6007.




For more information, please contact: shafferk@dkja.org

 
Posted on
29 May 2014
 

High School Physics Teacher

High School Physics Teacher

Established in 1979, Donna Klein Jewish Academy located in
Boca Raton, Florida, is a Jewish Community Day School for
children grades K through grade 12, serving families from a
broad spectrum of Jewish backgrounds and religious
practices.

The candidate should be an experienced and degreed High
School Science Teacher with an emphasis in the physics
field. The candidate should have knowledge of technology;
is a facilitator of child centered science activities,
brings an excitement and thrill for discoveries; and imparts
a love of science.

Please e-mail cover letter and resume to shafferk@dkja.org
or fax to 561-852-6007.

For more information, please contact: shafferk@dkja.org

 
Posted on
28 May 2014
 

Teacher of Jewish Studies, JFS School, London, UK

 

PROUD OF OUR HISTORY …. BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE
JFS:  the largest Jewish School in Europe; excellent reputation; superb facilities.

TEACHER OF JEWISH STUDIES
Salary Range:  £29,357 - £42,301 per annum
(depending on qualifications/skills and experience)

The post is effective from 1 September 2014 or earlier if possible.  Full or part-time applications will be considered.  

You must be Orthodox and a graduate of a yeshiva or seminary.  You must be a good communicator, a team player, conscientious and keen to work with a wide range of students.

To obtain an information pack for this post, together with an application form and guidance notes, please visit our website (http://www.jfs.brent.sch.uk/working-at-jfs/staff-vacancies) or contact the School. 

The closing date for applications is noon on Wednesday 11 June 2014

Interviews will take place during the week commencing Monday 16 June 2014.
You will require Leave to Remain to live and work in the UK.

We look forward to hearing from you.

E-mail:  recruitment@jfs.brent.sch.uk
Tel:   (+44 20) 8206 0902 (out-of-hours answerphone)
Fax:  (+44 20) 8206 3120

JFS SCHOOL, THE MALL, KENTON, HARROW, HA3 9TE, UK
Headteacher:  Jonathan Miller BSc (Hons), MA, NPQH

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The appointment will be subject to the appropriate pre-employment and UK criminal records checks. 
Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations 2003 exempt under Section 7.

For more information, please contact: recruitment@jfs.brent.sch.uk

 
Posted on
28 May 2014
 

Teacher(s) of Ivrit, JFS School, London, UK

PROUD OF OUR HISTORY …. BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE
JFS:  the largest Jewish School in Europe; excellent reputation; superb facilities.

TEACHER(S) OF IVRIT
Salary Range:  £29,357 - £42,301 per annum
(depending on qualifications/skills and experience)

You must be a good communicator, able to teach Ivrit from beginners’ level up to GCSE/Bagrut and, preferably, up to ‘A’ Level.  You must be fluent in English and able to inspire young people to love Ivrit. 

Effective from 1 September 2014 or earlier if possible, full or part-time applications will be considered. 

To obtain an information pack for this post, together with an application form and guidance notes, please visit our website (http://www.jfs.brent.sch.uk/working-at-jfs/staff-vacancies) or contact the School. 

The closing date for applications is noon on Tuesday 3 June 2014
Interviews will take place during the week commencing Monday 9 June 2014.
You will require Leave to Remain to live and work in the UK.

We look forward to hearing from you.
E-mail:  recruitment@jfs.brent.sch.uk
Tel:   (+44 20) 8206 0902 (out-of-hours answerphone)
Fax:  (+44 20) 8206 3120

JFS SCHOOL, THE MALL, KENTON, HARROW, HA3 9TE, UK
Headteacher:  Jonathan Miller BSc (Hons), MA, NPQH

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The appointment will be subject to the appropriate pre-employment and UK criminal records checks.  

For more information, please contact: recruitment@jfs.brent.sch.uk

 
Posted on
27 May 2014
 

Margolin Hebrew Academy positions available

The Margolin Hebrew Academy, a small, warm, and educationally progressive PreK-12 Modern Orthodox Day School in the heart of the vibrant Orthodox community of Memphis, Tennessee, seeks the following positions:


Rebbe in its Upper School Division: This full-time position includes up to 6 periods of teaching per day (less for beginning teachers) in Gemara, Chumash, Navi, Halachah, and / or Machshavah. Additionally, in his role as Rebbe the successful candidate will be asked to serve as a religious role model and a source of guidance and inspiration to upper school students inside and outside the classroom. Experience in programming and curriculum planning is preferred as well.

 

Mechanechet in its Upper School Division: This full-time position includes up to 6 periods of teaching per day (less for beginning teachers) in Chumash, Navi, Halachah, and / or Machshavah. Additionally, in her role as Mechanechet the successful candidate will be asked to serve as a religious role model and a source of guidance and inspiration to upper school students inside and outside the classroom. Additional opportunities for involvement in student life, dorm supervision, curriculum building, and Israel guidance may be available for the right candidate.

 

Ivrit Teacher & Hebrew Learning Specialist: This full-time position includes several Hebrew Language teaching periods for grades 5-12. In addition, teacher will assist students in grades 1-6 through who need support in developing their Hebrew language skills utilizing both the pull-out and push-in approaches to student support. 

Elementary school Judaic
Studies 
Teacher: This half-day position includes teaching Judaic Studies using
components of the Tal Am program and lehavin ulehaskil program. The educator
will be responsible for inspiring, 
teaching, assessing, and meeting grade level benchmarks for all students
while maintaining a warm, loving, intellectually stimulating,
and challenging classroom environment.

As a school focused on the future of teaching and learning and committed to a faculty culture of continuous growth, the successful candidates will be those who demonstrate openness to new approaches in education and commitment to their own ongoing professional development. New teachers are welcome to apply and will be provided with a mentor for their first two years of teaching in the school. 

 


For more information, please contact: uriel.lubetski@mhafyos.org

 
Posted on
14 May 2014
 

Part-time Early Childhood Head Teacher

Part-time Early Childhood Head Teacher position for the 2014-
15 school year in the Jewish Educational Center's Yeshiva of
Elizabeth, located in North-Central NJ. A minimum of 3 years
of head teaching experience is preferred. Please contact
Morah Lisa Bond at:lbond@thejec.org.

For more information, please contact: lbond@thejec.org

 
Posted on
13 May 2014
 

English/Language Arts Teacher for Middle School



Schechter Westchester is seeking a certified English Language Arts teacher with experience working with middle school students. The ideal candidate has a master’s degree in education with a focus on English Language Arts or a related field, and is capable of creating dynamic lessons that engage students in the active exploration of literature and informational texts while teaching critical reading and writing skills related to literacy. He or she should be a collaborative colleague who works well as part of a team. Please submit your resume and indicate where you saw this posting. 

For more information, please contact: jobs@schechterwestchester.org

 
Posted on
12 May 2014
 

Early Childhood Educator



Gan Shalom Cooperative Preschool, a
vibrant, part-time Jewish preschool in Washington DC is looking for a fun,
caring, and enthusiastic teacher to lead our 2014-2015, 5-morning (Monday-Friday)
class.  As a lead teacher, you would join
a supportive community of staff and families who are looking for a teacher to
create a warm and loving environment for the children and to utilize our open
ended curriculum to design and implement developmentally appropriate, hands on,
play based learning opportunities for our students.   The successful candidate must be able to
work well with parents and must meet with all OSSE requirements for lead
teacher before the start of the school year.



For more information, please contact: alexisymtinsley@gmail.com

 
Posted on
08 May 2014
 

Resource Room Specialist- Judaic Focus

The Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy,a Modern Orthodox Day School
in Northern New Jersey is seeking a Resource-room Learning
Specialist with a strong background in Judaic studies. The
position is part-time with flexible hours. Candidates should
have a Masters degree and related experience in the field.
Please send resume and cover letter to sfaleck@jkha.org

For more information, please contact: sfaleck@jkha.org

 
Posted on
08 May 2014
 

Judaic Studies Positions- Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy

Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy, a Modern Orthodox, Ivrit
B'Ivrit Day School in Northern New Jersey, seeks experienced,
warm, creative Judaic studies teachers for the 2014-15
academic year.

There are two positions available:

Half time morning (8am-12pm) 2nd grade Judaics Studies
Half time afternoon (12:30pm-4pm) 1st grade Judaic Studies.

Please forward resume with cover letter to nwachtel@jkha.org.

For more information, please contact: nwachtel@jkha.org

 
Posted on
06 May 2014
 

Judaic Studies and Ivrit Teachers for the 2014-15 School Year

Purpose: Teach Judaic Studies and Ivrit to selected grades
in Kindergarten through 6th grade. Educator will be
responsible for inspiring, teaching, assessing, and
meeting grade level benchmarks for all students while
maintaining a loving, intellectually stimulating, and a
challenging classroom environment.

Duties:

• Actively work to instill a love for Judaism, the Jewish
people, Israel and the Israeli culture in our students and
families
• Support the family-centered environment that Akiva works
to provide
• Teach selected classes from Kindergarten to sixth grade
• Have a passion and commitment to teaching Ivrit B’Ivrit
• Work with our committed and spirited faculty to continue
developing and implementing Ivrit curriculum in the middle
school
• Teach about and lead daily prayer, weekly Shabbat
celebrations, and holiday observance in the school
• Assess student performance formally and informally to meet
the school’s benchmarks in Judaics and Ivrit and communicate
this to the Director of Jewish Studies and all Judaics and
Ivrit Staff
• Respect and learn about all forms of observance and
maintain the open and thoughtful environment to multiple
perspectives so coveted by our teachers, families, and
students
• Keep up with the discipline’s “best practices” and work to
help identify key texts, ideas, materials and supplies that
work to reflect the school’s mission of academic excellence
• Communicate with students, teachers, and families to
ensure the highest quality educational experience for our
students
• Share in the supervision of duties outside of the
classroom, including lunch, recess, and end of the day

For more information, please contact: dpressner@akivanashville.net

 
Posted on
05 May 2014
 

Science, Math and Tanach Teachers

The Moriah School Modern Orthodox yeshiva in Bergen County,
NJ seeks qualified teachers for the following positions
effective September 1, 2014:

MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH
Must demonstrate prior experience in teaching 6th, 7th, 8th
grade math on variety of ability levels, experience, strong
comfort level with integration of instructional technology
in the classroom, strong interpersonal skills and a love for
teaching young adolescents

MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE (Grades 7 and 8)
Must have strong background and prior experience teaching
Biology, Physics and Chemistry, strong instructional
technology skills and must be passionate educator capable of
inspiring students through critical thinking and instilling
in them sense of awe and wonder for the natural world.
Experience in teach STEM a plus.

MIDDLE SCHOOL TANACH REBBI (Grades 6,7 and 8)
Must demonstrate prior experience teaching Tanach to Middle
School level, must be a warm, energetic and inspirational
role model capable of engaging students in critical thinking
and personal religious growth, and must be able to integrate
technology into the classroom

For Math or Science positions, send cover letter and resume
to: rwexler@moriahschool.org
For Tanach position, send cover letter and resume to:
abernstein@moriahschool.org

For more information, please contact: eprager@moriahschool.org

 
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30 April 2014
 

Head of Hebrew K-12 (YBR Colleges)

Yeshivah - Beth Rivkah Colleges (YBR), a Chabad Community School for girls and boys, is the fasterst growing Jewish Day School in Melbourne, catering to over 1300 students. (Yeshivah College - boys campus; Beth Rivkah Ladies College - girls campus).  In repsonse to this growth and to meet our present and future needs, we are recruiting men and women for key leadership roles in our pre-schools, elementary and high schools.

Head of Hebrew K-12 (YBR Colleges):

YBR Colleges is looking for a dynamic educational leader to head the K-12 Hebrew Faculty across all its campus, with the following qualities:

Passionate about Hebrew Language EducationA dynamic, forward thinking educatinal leaderClassroom practitioner par excellence

A minimum of 7 years educatinal experience and 2-3 years coordinator/leadership experience is required.

Attractive package commensurate with experience; relocatin costs inclusive.

If you fit the above criteria and are looking to be a part of a large, vibrant and growing community in an extremely high achieiving school environment, this may be the opportunity for you.

Expressions of interest or for further information please contact the Principal, Rabbi Yehoshua Smukler, via Lanie Goldberger: Yeshivah - Beth Rivkah Colleges (YBR), a Chabad Community School for girls and boys, is the fasterst growing Jewish Day School in Melbourne, catering to over 1300 students. (Yeshivah College - boys campus; Beth Rivkah Ladies College - girls campus). In repsonse to this growth and to meet our present and future needs, we are recruiting men and women for key leadership roles in our pre-schools, elementary and high schools: PA-to-Principal@ybr.vic.edu.au

For more information, please contact: PA-to-Principal@ybr.vic.edu.au

 
Posted on
30 April 2014
 

Head (Dean) of Students Grade 7 - 12 (Beth Rivkah Ladies College)

Yeshivah - Beth Rivkah Colleges (YBR), a Chabad Community School for girls and boys, is the fasterst growing Jewish Day School in Melbourne, catering to over 1300 students. (Yeshivah College - boys campus; Beth Rivkah Ladies College - girls campus). In repsonse to this growth and to meet our present and future needs, we are recruiting men and women for key leadership roles in our pre-schools, elementary and high schools.


Head (Dean) of Students Grade 7 - 12 (Beth Rivkah Ladies College)


Beth Rivkah High School is looking for a female role model to serve as the new Head of Students (Welfare/Discipline) who is:



Passionate about Student Wellbeing
An insightful and experienced educator
Able to support a strong team of Year Level Convenors

A minimum of 7 years educatinal experience and 2-3 years coordinator/leadership experience is required.


Attractive package commensurate with experience; relocatin costs inclusive.


If you fit the above criteria and are looking to be a part of a large, vibrant and growing community in an extremely high achieiving school environment, this may be the opportunity for you.


Expressions of interest or for further information please contact the Principal, Rabbi Yehoshua Smukler, via Lanie Goldberger: Yeshivah - Beth Rivkah Colleges (YBR), a Chabad Community School for girls and boys, is the fasterst growing Jewish Day School in Melbourne, catering to over 1300 students. (Yeshivah College - boys campus; Beth Rivkah Ladies College - girls campus). In repsonse to this growth and to meet our present and future needs, we are recruiting men and women for key leadership roles in our pre-schools, elementary and high schools: PA-to-Principal@ybr.vic.edu.au

For more information, please contact: PA-to-Principal@ybr.vic.edu.au

 
Posted on
30 April 2014
 

Head of Primary Jewish Studies Grades P-6 (Yeshivah Boys School)

Yeshivah - Beth Rivkah Colleges (YBR), a Chabad Community School for girls and boys, is the fasterst growing Jewish Day School in Melbourne, catering to over 1300 students. (Yeshivah College - boys campus; Beth Rivkah Ladies College - girls campus). In repsonse to this growth and to meet our present and future needs, we are recruiting men and women for key leadership roles in our pre-schools, elementary and high schools.


Head of Primary Jewish Studies Grades P-6 (Yeshivah Boys School)


The Yeshivah College Head of Primary School will lead the Primary School in its entirety.  The successful candidate will require:



Experience with curriculum organisation and documentation
Minimum of a teaching degree but preference for a Masters
Ability to motivate and lead a strong team of educators and support staff

A minimum of 7 years educatinal experience and 2-3 years coordinator/leadership experience is required.


Attractive package commensurate with experience; relocatin costs inclusive.


If you fit the above criteria and are looking to be a part of a large, vibrant and growing community in an extremely high achieiving school environment, this may be the opportunity for you.


Expressions of interest or for further information please contact the Principal, Rabbi Yehoshua Smukler, via Lanie Goldberger: Yeshivah - Beth Rivkah Colleges (YBR), a Chabad Community School for girls and boys, is the fasterst growing Jewish Day School in Melbourne, catering to over 1300 students. (Yeshivah College - boys campus; Beth Rivkah Ladies College - girls campus). In repsonse to this growth and to meet our present and future needs, we are recruiting men and women for key leadership roles in our pre-schools, elementary and high schools: PA-to-Principal@ybr.vic.edu.au

For more information, please contact: PA-to-Principal@ybr.vic.edu.au

 
Posted on
28 April 2014
 

Chairman of Ivrit Department

The Stella k Abraham High School for Girls is seeking an
Ivrit Teacher who can serve as Chairman of the Ivrit
Department: teach classes, develop curriculum, lead
department faculty and nurture students.

We seek an individual who will teach with depth and vigor to
enable our students to be fluent readers and speakers of
Hebrew and enable our Ivrit faculty to move ahead with a
21st Century curriculum.

Our school fosters high academic achievement and is student
focused, empowering our students to achieve in their areas
of interest and assume leadership positions.

Applicants may send their resumes to hspirn@skahalb.org or
tmeier@skahalb.org

For more information, please contact: tmeier@skahalb.org

 
Posted on
30 June 2014


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Educators' workshops – Jewish Women's Archive

The Jewish Women's Archive's New York  and Bay Area workshops are coming up fast! Don't miss the chance to reinvigorate your teaching with new stories and strategies.

Register now for New York  or San Francisco  > >

Highlights of this year's programs include:
• Explore photographs, letters, speeches, and other incredible artifacts from JWA's online collection.
• Learn how to integrate women's stories and Jewish history into lesson plans and programs about holidays, values, and social justice.
• Collaborate with colleagues and JWA staff to develop new programs or spice up old ones!

Register online for New York by Thursday, July 10 and for San Francisco by Thursday, July 31 and invite your friends and colleagues to join you at this exciting program by forwarding them the sample email below.

Complete program information is available on our website. 

See you this summer!
Cheers,
Miriam

For more information, please contact: http://jwa.org/teach/profdev/workshops

 
Posted on
23 June 2014
 

Bonim B'Yachad Professional Development opportunities


Bonim B’Yachad is happy to announce a new amazing professional development opportunity for day school teachers. The “Inside Israel” program which consists of 5 mini courses, focuses on ways to strengthen your students’ connection to Israel. Participate in live real time sessions with experts in Israel education. Courses include Israeli media, Tanakh subjects, Ivrit B'Ivrit classrooms, and more. Participating teachers can receive continuing education credits. Register before June 30 and receive an additional 10% off of the listed prices. For more information, visit http://bonimbyachad.com/professional-development/israel/.

For more information, please contact: info@bonimbyachad.org

 
Posted on
09 June 2014
 

JWA's 2014 Summer Workshops for educators

 

My name is Miriam Cantor-Stone, I am the Education Program Assistant at the Jewish Women’s Archive.  I am writing to let you know that we will be holding two fast-paced professional development workshops this summer.  These workshops are excellent and rewarding learning opportunities for the Jewish educators in your network.

 

Participants will discover the power of primary sources and personal narratives. Plus, there will be several opportunities to collaborate with colleagues and JWA staff to develop strategies and plans for integrating Jewish women’s stories into their classrooms and communities.

 

New York Workshop: July 14 &15 @ the Museum of Jewish Heritage

Bay Area WorkshopAugust 6 & 7 @ the Jewish Community High School of the Bay

 

The workshops are open to any educator working in a Jewish setting. While our materials are primarily written for students in grades 8-12, educators working with younger or older students are welcome to attend.

 

You can find more information about our professional development programs on our  website . Participants who register by the early bird deadlines will receive twenty-five percent off the $100 registration fee.

 

Please share this information with your community by  tweeting  and posting on  Facebook . I have also included short messages for newsletters. I would be glad to give you a longer description of the workshops if you are interested in sending out an email or eblast on your own.

 

Thank you for sharing this exciting opportunity with educators in your community. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. Hope to see some of your folks this summer!

 

Miriam Cantor-Stone

Education Program Assistant 

Jewish Women's Archive

One Harvard Street

Brookline, MA 02445

617-383-6762


 

For more information, please contact: mcantor-stone@jwa.org

 
Posted on
02 June 2014
 

Hidden Sparks: Summer PD Opportunity


Hidden Sparks is pleased to introduce its popular LEARNING LENSES COURSE now as a Blended Course -- combining the best of in-person and on-line learning.

 

Who Should Take This Course?  

The Learning Lenses course is designed for all faculty members of day schools and yeshivot. Participants need not have prior experience taking on-line courses.  

 

What Will I Learn?

The Hidden Sparks Learning Lenses curriculum helps educators learn how to observe, reflect and plan for all students in their classrooms to improve student achievement. Using multiple lenses (developmental, temperamental, ecological) and real-life case studies, educators learn to understand student strengths and challenges, and identify strategies for all learners, including those who struggle academically and present challenging social-emotional issues. 

 

How Will the Course Work?

The 8 week course  is framed by an in-person training day in NYC on 6/30/14, followed by 6 weeks of online learning, and culminates with an in-person training day at the end of the course on 8/20/14. The weekly on-line modules, incorporating 2-3 hours week in on-line coursework, can be completed on the participant's schedule, and include training videos, readings, and discussion. 

 

For more information or to register, please go to HiddenSparks.org or contact Sara Diament at Sara@HiddenSparks.org

 

For more information, please contact: Sara@HiddenSparks.org

 
Posted on
02 June 2014
 

STAJE Summer Seminar for Teachers in Jewish Schools: Jewish Leadership and the Holocaust

From July 7 to 9, 2014

The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust invites Jewish school educators to apply to participate in our three-day summer seminar, Jewish Leadership and the Holocaust. The seminar is part of the Museum’s Shoah Teaching Alternatives in Jewish Education (STAJE) programs, and will take place at the Museum beginning Monday, July 7 through Wednesday, July 9, 2014, from 10:00 A.M. to 4:45 P.M.

Nazi-rule and the Holocaust posed profound challenges to Jewish communities across Europe. At the beginning of the war, Jewish leaders who assumed their roles in the prewar period confronted unprecedented situations. After the existing leadership fled or was killed, new figures arose who also struggled with the impossible conditions. Join outstanding scholars Professor Samuel Kassow, Rebbetzin Esther Farbstein, Bonnie Gurewitsch, Yitzchak Mais and others as we get to know major Jewish leaders during the Holocaust and explore the dilemmas that they faced.

The STAJE Summer Seminar is free, but admission is by application.

To obtain an application, please email Dr. Paul Radensky, Manager of Education Programs, at pradensky@mjhnyc.org.

Completed applications are due by June 9, 2014.

If you have questions, please contact Dr. Radensky by email at the address above or by telephone at 646.437.4310.

A light lunch will be provided (dietary laws observed) each day of the seminar. A portion of public transportation or parking will be reimbursed for participating teachers.

The Museum is located at 36 Battery Place in Lower Manhattan and is a convenient walk from the 1, 4/5, and R trains. Parking is available within a few blocks of the Museum. For more detailed directions, please visit our website.

STAJE programs are made possible by generous funding from The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany - The Rabbi Israel Miller Fund for Shoah Research, Documentation and Education.

For more information, please contact: pradensky@mjhnyc.org

 
Posted on
28 May 2014
 

Creative Leadership Institute for Jewish Educators 2014

Baltimore Hebrew Institute and Center for Leadership in Education at Towson University present the Creative Leadership Institute for Jewish Educators 2014

 

Learn and explore what makes a 21st Century Leader. Transform personal development, build a positive culture and capacity for change, promote collaboration, create high-performing teams. Monday, June 30th through Wednesday, July 2nd9:00am – 4:30pm Towson University, College of Liberal Arts Cost: $100 for Baltimore Jewish educators; $150 for Jewish educators outside of Baltimore. Hotel accommodations available at the Towson University Marriott Conference Hotel, across the street. Please contact us to arrange the special rate for Creative Leadership Institute participants.

 

RSVP online at   www.towson.edu/bhievents  or contact Michelle Taylor at  mtaylor@towson.edu  / 410-704-7118.

 

For more information, please contact: mtaylor@towson.edu

 
Posted on
12 May 2014
 

Yemei Iyun on Bible and Jewish Thought, YCT Rabbinical School




YCT Rabbinical School invites the entire
community to join us at the twelfth annual Yemei Iyun on Bible and Jewish
Thought in memory of Riva Koschitsky z"l to be held at Manhattan Day
School in New York City on Sunday, June 29-Monday, June 30, 2014. The
brochure and list of shiurim and registration is now up on line and open. It
can be accessed at:  http://www.yctorah.org/content/view/895/17/
 



With Torah blessings,



Nathaniel Helfgot



Coordinator, Yemei Iyun

For more information, please contact: http://www.yctorah.org/content/view/895/17/

 
Posted on
07 May 2014
 

STAJE Seminar for Teachers in Jewish Schools: Best Practices in Holocaust Education

 

June 8, 2014 from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

The Holocaust is an important subject for Jewish middle and high school students, but it is challenging. How do we present a subject that is so difficult in an intellectually meaningful way? How do we help students understand the significance of the Holocaust for their Jewish identity and world history? Moreover, how do we present the Holocaust in an age appropriate and engaging way? Join us as we learn successful educational strategies from master Holocaust educators across the denominational spectrum. Come away with new tools and approaches for your own teaching.

 

The program is free of charge, however space is limited and pre-registration is required.

 

To pre-register or for more information, please contact Dr. Paul Radensky at  pradensky@mjhnyc.org.

 

A light lunch for teachers will be available at 11:45 A.M. (dietary laws observed).

 

Public transportation or parking for teachers will be reimbursed up to $20 per person or vehicle upon presentation of original receipt.

  

STAJE programs are made possible by generous funding from The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany - The Rabbi Israel Miller Fund for Shoah Research, Documentation and Education.

 

For more information, please contact: pradensky@mjhnyc.org

 
Posted on
08 July 2014


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GRAPHIC DESIGNER/VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS

GRAPHIC DESIGNER/VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS


Ramaz, a Modern Orthodox Co-Ed Jewish Day School on the Upper East Side, seeks a graphic designer who has the technical and artistic skills to design marketing collateral (print and online), as well as the strategic acumen to concept ideas. Candidate must be able to produce a range of materials for several departments, including Communications, Admissions, Development, Alumni Relations, Parents Council, and School Divisions.


 


The ideal candidate is a creative, strategic thinker who is both highly self-motivated and technically skilled, with a proven ability to take complex projects from start to finish. The candidate must be comfortable with website design, digital photography, and social media tools—knowledge of Hebrew is a definite plus. The candidate will work in a friendly, progressive school environment.


 


Key Responsibilities



Implement brand/visual identity throughout all materials (online and offline)
Design promotional collateral (print and online) including direct mail pieces, publications, brochures, invitations, flyers, posters, newsletters, school-wide calendar, and graduation materials
Prepare artwork for print house and liaise with printer

·         Support Ramaz’s visual presentation by taking, organizing, and sharing photography and videography at school events throughout the year


·         Stay abreast of current design and creative software trends


 


Experience and Requirements



Bachelor degree in Graphic Design or Visual Communications
Minimum of 2 years of professional graphic design experience
Strong concept development and design skills
Strong problem-solving skills
Strong multi-tasking skills
Comfort working in a school and interacting with faculty, staff, and students
Experience in print production
Experience with taking and editing photos and video
Strong design skills for web, email templates, and social media   

 


Technical Skills



Expert at operating and maintaining both Mac OS and Windows platforms
Expertise in Adobe Creative Suite 5’s Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign; Microsoft Office (especially Power Point)
HTML a plus but not necessary

 


Please send resume and cover letter indicating position of interest and where you saw posting to Jobs@Ramaz.org.


 

We offer excellent salaries and benefits. An EOE.

For more information, please contact: jobs@ramaz.org

 
Posted on
23 June 2014
 

New High School Teacher Guides for Brachot, Sanhedrin and Sukkah

by Ramaz Talmud Chair Rabbi Kenny Schiowitz / published by OUPress.

These invaluable new sefarim on Masechtot Brakhot, Sanhedrin and Sukkah outline units of study for selected sugyot, picking out the most compelling mekorot and clearly organizing them for easy use by teachers. Capturing years of successful classroom experience, Ramaz Talmud Chair Rabbi Schiowitz has selected sugyot in each Masechta that are most relevant to the students and the most teachable. The actual primary sources are presented in one location for easy study. 

The sefarim are available:
• from the publisher at: www.ou.org/oupress/products-page/madrikh-la-moreh
• or from Amazon:
o Brachot: http://amzn.to/U7xpKD
o Sanhedrin: http://amzn.to/SReanj
o Sukah: http://amzn.to/1pG12Qu

A YouTube presentation about the books can be viewed at: http://bit.ly/1uBvJEi

For more information, please contact: schiowitzk@gmail.com

 
Posted on
09 June 2014
 

Teaching the Holocaust Twitter chat

 

I'd like to get the word out about a weekly Twitter chat that I founded and moderate. The chat is on the topic of teaching the Holocaust and is open to all teachers irrespective of where they teach (middle school, high school, museums, etc.) and whether their students are Jewish or not. We meet weekly on Monday evenings from 8-9pm Eastern and use #HolocaustEdChat.

Emily Amie Witty, Ed.D.

For more information, please contact: ewitty@thejewisheducationproject.org

 
Posted on
28 May 2014
 

ELI on Air: Israel in North American Jewish Day Schools

 

On May 1st, The AVI CHAI Foundation released its report on the state of Israel in Jewish Day Schools; read the report here: http://avichai.org/knowledge_base/hearts-and-minds-israel-in-north-american-jewish-day-schools/

An "ELI on Air conversation" will take a deeper look at the study and its implications with the authors of the report, researchers Jack Wertheimer and Alex Pomson. The conversation will be moderated by Lesley Litman.


For information on the conversation, go to https://plus.google.com/events/c5n6qv4pv04fvqa240hoh7q27r0?authkey=CMjBuenykue98gE  

For more information, please contact: https://plus.google.com/events/c5n6qv4pv04fvqa240hoh7q27r0?authkey=CMjBuenykue98gE

 
Posted on
28 May 2014


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Call for Papers: HaYidion: The RAVSAK Journal

 

RAVSAK: The Jewish Community Day School Network is seeking proposals for the fall issue of HaYidion. The issue theme is "Mission and Vision." We're seeking articles that enrich the field's understanding of mission and vision. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to: what makes for a great mission statement?; what should be included in a mission/vision statement?; an analysis/comparison of mission statements from the field; guidance in producing a strong mission/vision statement; implementing a mission/vision statement in all aspects of the life of a school; new visions for day schools.

 

Article topics are open to an area of your interest and research; they must be relevant to Jewish day school education ages pre-K through high school. Articles are typically 1000-2000 words, written in non-academic style (no footnotes) and offering insight and suggestions to school leaders, lay and professional, and educators. Adaptation of material previously published in academic journals or elsewhere is acceptable. Articles promoting a particular product or organization will not be published. If interested, contact Elliott Rabin at erabin@ravsak.org. Submit a brief description of topic only, not a full article. Article deadline is July 11; proposals requested by June 1.

 

HaYidion: The RAVSAK Journal is published quarterly for distribution to RAVSAK member schools and on a subscription basis. (Previous issues can be accessed at www.ravsak.org/hayidion.) Each issue focuses on a theme of importance to practitioners of Jewish education. The journal publishes articles by a range of authors, including scholars, outside experts, and leading educators in the field of Jewish day schools. Articles provide guidance, information and inspiration to administrators, teachers and lay leaders in Jewish day schools worldwide.


For more information, please contact: erabin@ravsak.org

 
Posted on
09 June 2014


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Community Education Conferences in Teaneck and in Woodmere

Yeshivat Hakotel and Israel Yeshivot and Seminaries in conjunction with community shuls and schools invite parents to Community Education Conferences in Teaneck (Cong. Bnai Yeshurun) and in Woodmere (YIW) on the morning of June 29 which will feature over 30 speakers (at each) representing different educational institutions who will present ideas on how to educate and inspire children.

The following organizations are collaborating on the Teaneck conference:
B'nei Akiva, Ben Porat Yosef, Beth Aaron, Beth Abraham, Bnai Yeshurun, Bruriah, Frisch, Hakotel, HaRova, H’ HaTorah, He'Atid, Keter Torah, JLIC, M’ Lindenbaum, Ma’ayanot, Michlalah, MMY, Morasha, Moriah, Moshava (I.O.), MTA, Noam, Ohr HaTorah, Orayta, OU, RCBC, Rinat Yisrael, RYNJ, SINAI, SFW, TABC, Torat Shraga, Yavneh, Project YES, Yeshiva University, Zichron Mordechai

Keynote Speakers are:
Rabbi Dr. Meir Soloveichik and Mrs. Shani Taragin

For more information and the complete schedule see:
https://www.facebook.com/TeaneckCommunityEducationProgram 


The following organizations are collaborating on the Woodmere conference:
Aish Kodesh, Ateres Yaakov, Beth Sholom, Central, DRS, HAFTR, HALB, Hakotel, HANC, HaRova, JLIC, Kneseth Israel, M' Basya Rochel, M’ Lindenbaum, Michlalah, MMY, Morasha, Moshava (I.O.), Ohr Yerushalayim, Orayta, OU, Rambam, Shalhevet, Shulamith, SKA, SFW, Shalom Task Force, Torat Shraga, Project YES, YILC, YIW, YIWH, Yeshiva University

Keynote Speakers are
Rabbi Yaakov Bender, Rabbi Naftali Jaeger, and Rabbi Herschel Schachter

For more information and the complete schedule see:
https://www.facebook.com/5TownsEducationConference

For more information, please contact: taragin@hakotel.org.il

 
Posted on
28 May 2014
 

Spring 2014 Conference, Association of Jewish Libraries (AJL-NYMA)


The New York Metropolitan Area Chapter of the Association of Jewish Libraries (AJL-NYMA) will hold its Spring 2014 Conference on Wednesday, June 11th, 1-4 pm, at The Library of The Jewish Theological Seminary (1st floor, Mendelson Convocation Center), 3080 Broadway (@ 122nd Street), New York 10027.

 

PROGRAM :

1:00-1:30 pm     Registration, Light refreshments

1:30-1:45 pm     Introductory remarks – Tina Weiss, President, AJL-NYMA

1:45-2:00 pm     Welcome – Naomi Steinberger, Director of Library Services, Library of The Jewish Theological Seminary 

2:00-4:00 pm

 

Baghdadi Jewish Life Seen Through the  Iraqi Jewish Archive - Dina Herbert, Project Librarian, Iraqi Jewish Archive, National Archives

 

Johanna Spector’s Life and Work: From Latvia to the World  – Michala Biondi, Archivist/Project Manager, Johanna L. Spector Project, Library of The Jewish Theological Seminary; Processing Archivists, Shira Bistricer, Nicole Greenhouse, Cynthia Schwartz

 

*Following the formal program, there will be optional presentations about JTS Library’s archival collections by Dr. Sarah Diamant, Administrative Librarian for Special Collections, and Dr. Eliott Kahn, who will describe the JTS Music Archives. Presentations will last approximately one hour. Please indicate if you are interested in attending this segment when you RSVP.

 

REGISTRATION:

 

RSVP required by Sunday, June 8th Tina Weiss,  tweiss@huc.edu. Payment is at the door: NYMA members, $10; non-members, $18. *Photo ID required for entrance to The Jewish Theological Seminary.

 

For more information, please contact: tweiss@huc.edu

 
Posted on
23 May 2014
 

Creative Leadership Institute for Jewish Educators 2014

Baltimore Hebrew Institute and Center for Leadership in Education at Towson University present the Creative Leadership Institute for Jewish Educators 2014
Learn and explore what makes a 21st Century Leader. Transform personal development, build a positive culture and capacity for change, promote collaboration, create high-performing teams.
Monday, June 30th through Wednesday, July 2nd
9:00am – 4:30pm
Towson University, College of Liberal Arts
Cost: $100 for Baltimore Jewish educators; $150 for Jewish educators outside of Baltimore.
Hotel accommodations available at the Towson University Marriott Conference Hotel, across the street. Please contact us to arrange the special rate for Creative Leadership Institute participants.
RSVP online at www.towson.edu/bhievents or contact Michelle Taylor at mtaylor@towson.edu / 410-704-7118.

For more information, please contact: mtaylor@towson.edu

 
Posted on
12 May 2014
 

Second Annual Frisch RealSchool Summer Sandbox


The Second Annual Frisch RealSchool Summer Sandbox is coming, July 21-13 at The Frisch School in Paramus, NJ. The Sandbox is a time for you, someone who's passionate about Jewish education, to get together with those who are like-minded in order to make a project you can implement in your educational setting. Our focus this year is on creativity: how to imbue it into the classroom; use it to redesign your courses; and make space for it in the larger educational setting.

 

For more information about this hands-on, interactive workshop, visit  http://frischrealschoolblog.blogspot.com/p/the-summer-sandbox.html  

 

For more information, please contact: Tikvah.Wiener@gmail.com

 
Posted on
17 June 2014


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UJA-Federation of NY Announces $50m Day School Challenge Fund

UJA-Federation of New York has announced the establishment of its $50 million Day School Challenge Fund, which will begin to enroll schools in September 2014. The fund will be the source for 1:3 matching grants for new endowment funds raised by participating schools, positioning schools to raise an aggregate $150 million. Once complete, the $200 million in new endowment funds will provide a predictable revenue stream for schools to subsidize tuition and invest in educational excellence.

This is the first-ever New York-area effort of its kind and covers Jewish schools in the five boroughs, Long Island and Westchester – a region that contains sixty percent of day school students in the nation. UJA-Federation of New York has led in the creation of the Day School Challenge Fund along with contributions from The AVI CHAI Foundation, the Jim Joseph Foundation and individual vanguard donors.

Schools can begin enrolling in the Day School Challenge Fund in September 2014. The fund is targeted at providing tuition relief and building academic excellence. The contribution from the Jim Joseph Foundation will be used exclusively to address tuition subsidies and affordability. Schools have approximately three years to raise matching funds and UJA-Federation will provide assistance in helping them do so.

The matching funds will be available in annual distributions to day schools that raise a minimum of $100,000 in new endowment funds. Full eligibility requirements are available at www.ujafedny.org/day-school-challenge.

The fund is comprised of donations from UJA-Federation of New York ($20 million from its endowment); the Jim Joseph Foundation ($10 million); The AVI CHAI Foundation ($10 million) and individual philanthropists ($10 million), including Giti and Jack Bendheim, Alisa and Dan Doctoroff, Tamar and Eric Goldstein, The Gottesman Fund, George Klein, and Pamela and George Rohr.

For more information, please contact: www.ujafedny.org/day-school-challenge

 
Posted on
28 May 2014
 

Fellowships available, Davidson School of Jewish Education

 

The William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education , America's largest pluralistic school of Jewish education, grants master’s and doctoral degrees in Jewish education and provides services to educators currently in the field. Rolling Admissions are offered through the Spring and Summer for the master’s degree as well as for  Kesher Hadash , The Davidson School’s groundbreaking semester in Israel. MA as well as non-JTS students may apply to Kesher Hadash.

 

Students in both master’s degree concentrations - Day School Teaching and Educational Leadership in Synagogues and Communal Settings - study experiential education, pedagogy, and Jewish text, and participate in hands-on training. In-residence and online options, and full-time and part-time options are available for MA students.

 

Students are eligible for generous tuition fellowships. For more information, please contact Admissions Director Abby Eisenberg at  abeisenberg@jtsa.edu   or  (212) 678-8032 , or visit  www.jtsa.edu/davidson .

For more information, please contact: abeisenberg@jtsa.edu

 
Posted on
12 May 2014
 

Gratz College Fellowships for Jewish Professionals



Gratz College Announces Master’s Fellowships in Jewish Education and Jewish Communal Service

Application deadline June 30, 2014

 

Gratz College is delighted to announce the creation of fourteen fellowships: seven for the Gratz master’s in Jewish Education and seven for the Gratz master’s in Jewish Communal Service. Gratz is making these degrees more accessible to deserving candidates through a combination of significantly reduced tuition and flexible scheduling.

 
Register for an Online Information Session
Tuesday, May 20, 8 pm EST 
http://www.gratz.edu/page/s/online-information-session-registration?


For applications, go to: http://www.gratz.edu/page/s/application-for-admission?

Admissions,  1-800-475-4635, x140   or 154


For more information, please contact: http://www.gratz.edu/pages/gratz-college-midcareer-fellowship

 
Posted on
12 May 2014
 

Nishmat's Educator's scholarships

 

Nishmat's three week Beit Midrash summer program (July 3-24) is open to women of all ages, and this year we have two scholarships that may interest teachers. Nishmat's Educator's scholarship will be awarded to a teacher of formal or informal education, and Nishmat's Scholarship for Advanced Students will be awarded to a student taking our advanced summer classes.

 

These scholarships are open to women who join our program full-time, for the full 3 weeks.

 

For more information on the summer program, please visit http://nishmat.net/summer-institute

For more information, please contact: study@nishmat.net

 
Posted on
29 April 2014
 

Dual Investment Program - Joshua Venture Group

Are you a dynamic leader seeking to launch or grow a groundbreaking initiative that will impact day schools in New York City, Long Island, or Westchester?

Apply now for funding and leadership development support to advance your work!

Joshua Venture Group is pleased to announce the launch of the application process for the 2014-2016 Dual Investment Program -- a one-of-a-kind opportunity for talented Jewish leaders to nurture bold ideas that will invigorate Jewish life in North America.

Fellows who are selected will receive more than $100,000 in funding and technical support to realize their visions for a more dynamic and enriching Jewish community.

For the 2014-2016 cohort, we are particularly excited toinvite visionaries of early-stage ventures working to advance New York Jewish Day Schools. Applicants can be intrapreneurial (housed within a larger educational institution or organization) or independent projects.

Find out if you and your venture are eligible here.

The first stage of the application, the Venture Concept Paper, must be submitted by May 27, 2014 -- so don't delay.

Learn More. Apply Now.

For more information, join us for one or more of the following webinars:

Intro to JVG (Tues, May 6th): Learn more about Joshua Venture Group's Dual Investment Program and its criteria.
Making the Case (Wed, May 14th): Review the Venture Concept Paper questions in detail.
Last Chance Q&A (Thurs, May 22nd): Ask any final questions to help complete your application.

To learn more about the Dual Investment Program, visit our website.

For more information, please contact: llepson@joshuaventuregroup.org

 
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30 June 2014


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Chidon HaTanakh tutoring via Skype

Starting with this year’s US Chidon, we are pleased to announce that two veteran Chidon teachers, Rabbi Meir Smith of Minneapolis and R. Dvir Dimri of Chicago, are available for Chidon tutoring jobs via Skype. Both tutors offer one free tutoring session, so you can try an online session without any commitment. If you have any students who are eligible for Chidon (American Jews in grades 6-11) but live in places that lack an organized Chidon study group, this option gives them the opportunity to compete in the Chidon at a high level. 

For full information, visit http://chidonusa.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/online-tutoring-now-available/  

Rabbi Ezra Frazer 
Coordinator, National Bible Contest 
THE JEWISH AGENCY FOR ISRAEL 
Department of Community Services 
chidonusa.wordpress.com 

For more information, please contact: http://chidonusa.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/online-tutoring-now-available/

 
Posted on
23 June 2014
 

Bonim B'Yachad Summer School

Bonim B’Yachad is happy to announce Bonim B'Yachad's Virtual Summer School. Our private summer school classes are available for students who need to make up courses or who want to move up to higher level sections. Bonim B'Yachad's team of certified teachers will work according to your school's academic standards to ensure that all learning objectives are met. Perfect for students enrolled in camps or other summer activities. Secular studies, Judaic, and Ivrit courses available. Let your students know about this amazing service. For more information visit us at http://bonimbyachad.com/course-catalog/summer-school/ or contact us at info@bonimbyachad.org.

For more information, please contact: info@bonimbyachad.org

 
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09 June 2014


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Rethinking Jewish Identity: What do you think?

Join us next week for an ongoing online conversation about the purposes of
Jewish education and what happens when we focus on "Jewish identity."

More information:
http://is.gd/xQSYm9

For more information, please contact: shavelson@brandeis.edu

 
Posted on
22 May 2014
 

Digital content researcher

The Emor Project (www.emorproject.org) is seeking a digital content
researcher to join our team.

The position entails researching content that will be posted daily on our
different social media platforms.

Responsibilities include:
-Daily screening of websites consistent with our hashkafa (an extensive list of
websites will be given).
-Providing links to appropriate articles for publication on our social media
platforms.
-Following our provided rigid and selective criteria in the selection of articles.
All content will be reviewed and approved by the director of Emor before
publication.

The ideal candidate will have a strong attention to detail and a background in
yahadut.

For further information, please contact Rosa Banin at r.banin@me.com.

For more information, please contact: r.banin@me.com

 
Posted on
12 May 2014
 

Survey for Jewish Day School Principals

 

Dear Friends and Colleagues, 

 

I am currently pursuing a doctorate of education at the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education.  I am conducting research with the goal of understanding the ways principals of Jewish day schools view themselves as instructional leaders.  Research of this nature has never before been done in Jewish day schools and it is hoped that the results with inform programs that train principals and administrators.  Permission has been granted by the Institutional Review Board to conduct this research.

 

Please take some of your valuable time to complete this survey using the following link if:

  you are a head of school, principal, assistant principal, or administrator of a Jewish day school/Yeshiva in North America (including general or Judaic studies, elementary or high school, co-ed or single gender) and

  you have instructional leadership responsibilities.  

 

The survey should take approximately 10 minutes to complete and it is completely confidential and anonymous.  No one, including the researchers, will be able to trace the identity of any participant in the study.  Your participation is voluntary, and you may withdraw at any time.  By clicking on the link below you are indicating that you consent to participate in the research.

By participating in the survey, you will be  entered into a raffle to win a $100 gift card.  Please fill out your contact information at the end of the survey to enter the raffle.  This information cannot be traced to your survey responses and the survey remains completely anonymous.

 

In addition to this survey, I will be conducting several in-depth interviews of principals regarding their instructional leadership practices.  If you wish to participate, please fill out your contact information at the end of the survey. Again, this information cannot be traced to your survey responses and the survey remains completely anonymous.

 

I would appreciate if you would forward this email to your principal friends and colleagues.  The more responses there are to the survey, the stronger the data gleaned from the study.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me.

Thank you, 

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PrincipalInstructionalManagementSurvey

 

Devorah Grosser Sasson

Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education

Yeshiva University


For more information, please contact: dgrosser@gmail.com

 
Posted on
07 May 2014
 

2014 Jewish Education Innovation Challenge Event

Rabbi Dr. Berel Wein to Keynote 2014 Jewish Education Innovation Challenge Event


The Jewish Education Innovation Challenge (JEIC) has announced Rabbi Dr. Berel Wein will be the keynote speaker for their May 22, 2014 Annual Innovators Retreat in Bal Harbour, Florida. Founder and director of the Destiny Foundation since 1996, Rabbi Wein is credited with popularizing Jewish history through more than 1,000 recorded lectures, 15 books, numerous history courses, educational tours and films. Rabbi Wein’s address is entitled “Jews, Education, and the Way Forward.” Retreat attendance is by invitation only, but Rabbi Wein’s keynote address will be streamed live on the organization’s website, JewishChallenge.org. 

Congratulations to our 2014 Finalists who will present their revolutionary idea at the Retreat in order to secure a $50,000 grant:

- Brauser Maimonides Academy, “HTML - Holistic Torah and Mesorah Literacy”

- Oakland Hebrew Day School, “Workshop Based Beit Midrash”

- The Binah School, “The Binah School's Digital Access Project”

- Weinbaum Yeshiva High School, “The Test-Free Torah Classroom”

For more information, please contact: www.JewishChallenge.org

 
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30 April 2014
 

Helpdesk and Website Support Associate

Helpdesk and Website Support Associate

Donna Klein Jewish Academy, an internationally-recognized
independent K-12 Jewish community day school in Boca Raton,
FL has an immediate opening for a fulltime Helpdesk and
Website Support Associate. The candidate will support the
school’s technology department, to ensure uninterrupted and
consistent service for all administration, staff, faculty
and students. Responsibilities will include, but are not
limited to basic network administration, deployment and
maintenance of computer equipment, support end-user requests
for technical support, maintaining inventory control,
maintenance of school website.

The right individual is a self- starter, have the ability to
work independently and as part of a team, be able to multi-
task, take initiatives, solve problems, and be proactive and
highly organized. Strong written/verbal communication skills
required. Ability to work with end users of varying skill
levels. Must possess a strong working knowledge of MS Office
suite, Windows OS and Basic Network Essentials. MAC OS and
IOS knowledge a plus. Some HTML and/or website design
experience is required. Knowledge of Google Apps a plus.
Experience in working in a school a plus.

Resumes should be sent to: Karen Shaffer -
ShafferK@dkja.org or FAX: 561-852-6007

For more information, please contact: shafferk@dkja.org

 
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29 April 2014
 

Call for book submissions for the Matanel Prize in Jewish Thought

The World Union of Jewish Studies and the Matanel Foundation invite you to submit your book as a candidate for the *Matanel Prize in Jewish Thought*, which will be awarded for the best book in Jewish thought published during the last two years (2013-2014).

This $25,000 prize will be awarded to the writer of an exemplary book in the field of Jewish thought that was published in Hebrew or translated to Hebrew, which is both original and appeals to wide audiences. Book submissions may be made by the book authors or publishers.

REQUIREMENTS:
Seven copies of the book must be sent to the offices of the World Union of Jewish Studies: P.O. Box 24020, Mt. Scopus, Jerusalem 91240.

In addition, a brief CV (one page), list of main publications (up to two pages) and a letter of recommendation explaining why the book is prize-worthy are required.

DEADLINE:

All materials must arrive at the World Union of Jewish Studies offices by 10 June 2014. The prize will be awarded in a ceremony in the fall 2014.



For more information, please contact: worldunion.jewishstudies@gmail.com

 

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