Hillel UW Opportunities
Hillel UW is not currently hiring internally. Check back here for future opportunities as they arise.
In the Community
OneTable Seattle Community Ambassador
The Community Ambassador is a full-time position (powered by the Jewish Federation of Greater
Seattle in partnership with Jconnect Seattle, a program of Hillel UW) that will support OneTable’s
work and growth in Seattle by helping to deepen host and guest engagement with Shabbat ritual
and hospitality. Click here to learn more.
posted 8/1/21 & updated 11/19/21
Moishe House is searching for a West Coast Community Manager to manage and enable our community builders to create meaningful, welcoming experiences that serve the young adult Jewish community in their city. A Community Manager is a member of the Resident Support team and is typically responsible for supporting 12-15 Houses and Pods and 35-45 community builders to achieve program goals, recruiting new community builders, efficiently completing administrative tasks, connecting residents to resources and other Moishe House opportunities, and developing a strong knowledge base about young adult life in their regional communities. Learn more here.
Temple B’nai Torah
Reform congregation Temple B’nai Torah is hiring additional Religious School staff for the 2021-2022 school year. The Religious School is growing and they are looking to hire more teachers for our program:
• Saturday morning 3rd-5th grade teacher
• Tuesday afternoon virtual Hebrew teacher
Their new Shabbat-based program offers creative and varied ways for students to engage in learning. They are looking for a collaborative, energetic teacher who shares a passion for Jewish learning and living. Our curriculum is driven by the passions of our educators.
Pay is $23-$26/hour, commensurate with experience. For more information and to apply, email Rabbi Molly Weisel at email@example.com.
The Anti-Defamation League is seeking a hardworking, creative, and dynamic individual to serve as Associate Regional Director for ADL Pacific Northwest’s growing team. The Associate Regional Director will respond to hate-based incidents in the community, build relationships with community partners, develop and implement advocacy initiatives, lead programs to engage young professionals, and assist with communications. The Associate Regional Director will work collaboratively with the Regional Director on a variety of projects and may assist with office operations. More information about the role is available here.
JRJ Development is a family-owned, Seattle based, homebuilder and management company founded in 1992. They are looking for a half-time office manager to perform all aspects of company organization and tenant relations. The position is a hybrid of in-person and remote work. This is a dynamic role that requires a detail oriented, organized, problem solver. If you like working in a comfortable and friendly small office environment, this is the perfect job for you!
The ideal candidate for this position has strong executive functioning skills and is highly organized, with three or more years of prior office management. The candidate would have strong interpersonal and written communication skills, and be proficient in Word, Excel and Google Docs. Independent contractors are welcome to apply.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Establish and maintain essential office organization including electronic and hard copy filing systems.
• Maintain professional email and phone communication with clients, subcontractors and tenants.
• Coordinate development projects and process online applications and filings for City permits.
• Office management experience of 3 years or more.
• Proficient in Strong software and office technology including Microsoft Office Suite, Google Suite, and QuickBooks.
• Strong oral and written communication skills.
• Strong problem-solving skills with a positive can-do approach, and a willingness to learn.
• Customer service orientation
• High degree of accuracy and attention to detail
For more information, contact Jason Kintzer at 206-387-1845.
Q Center Director
An integral part of the Division of Student Life, the Q is the professionally supported center that provides education, resources, mentoring, and transformative space for LGBTQIA+, queer, trans, and non-binary students. The Director will be a University leader who provides overall leadership, supervision, and management and helps sustain a celebratory and strategic direction/vision for the Q. They will cultivate collaborative partnerships with students, student leaders, faculty, staff, administration, and alumni to build and maintain an intentional, affirming and supportive environment through advocacy, advising, community building, strategic visioning, leadership development, and education. The Director empowers Q Center participants as scholar-activists by centering self authorship, liberation from cis/ heteronormativity, and an intersectional, racial and gender justice approach to equity, inclusion, and justice.
The Q Director will hold a Master’s degree in student affairs, higher education administration, social work, education, counseling, or related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired. In addition, the successful candidate will possess the following preferred qualifications:
• Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice coupled with strong interpersonal, communication, and management skills.
• Significant and effective leadership experience working with the LGBTQIA+, queer, trans, and non-binary community, preferably in a college/university setting.
• Experience cultivating an environment that accentuates student learning and honors and uplifts the intersections and humanity of all identities.
• Demonstrated success in and knowledge of working with a diverse campus community and building and cultivating an effective staff culture.
• Knowledge and understanding of intersecting multiple identites and interlocking systems of power, privilege, and oppression.
• Experience building a cohesive work environment.
• Ability to build and sustain strategic partnerships and collaborative relationships.
• Demonstrated leadership in the development and management of budgets, programs, and services.
• NOTE: Work may include evenings and weekends.
Apply for the role here.
Seattle Jewish Community School is looking for a PE Specialist.
This position is a 0.25 FTE that can be augmented with additional employment as an Instructor in our after-school enrichment program.
PE Specialist Duties Include:
- Mapping PE curriculum for the year based on best practice standards
- Connecting the PE program to recess expectations
- Documenting and tracking the progress of each child
- Completing report cards and comments 2 times per year (March and June)
- Communicating directly with each teacher via e-mail and face-to-face conversations
- Communicating directly with parents via e-mail and face-to-face conversations
- Transitioning students back to class calmly
- Maintaining equipment and being responsible for ordering needed equipment within school budget
- Engaging, with, leading sports games and supervising students during recess and ensuring the safety, security and wellbeing in accordance with Responsive Classroom practices
Qualified candidates must have at least two years of experience teaching or coaching elementary school-aged children. They must be passionate about working with children, and be flexible, organized, responsible and highly attentive with excellent communication skills. Candidates with teaching certificates or pursuing teaching certificates are preferred.
Qualified candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Congregation Beth Shalom is looking to fill several positions.
CBS is a Conservative Synagogue in the Wedgwood/Ravenna area, and is hiring religious school teachers and other staff for part-time positions for the 2021-2022 upcoming academic year.
- Kindergarten Religious School Teacher- Sundays 9:30-12:30
- K-5th Grade Shabbat Service Leader (1-4 shabbatot a month)
- Snack and Dinner Chef- Do you love to cook? 10-15 hours per week including Tuesday afternoons and evenings
- Music Specialist- lead tefillah and teach Hebrew and Jewish songs one Sunday a month
Interested in working with our youth and getting involved in an amazing community. Send your resume to Rachel at email@example.com.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle Engagement Program Associate
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle is searching for a self-motivated, organized, early-career professional committed to core Jewish values who is excited to support programming for the wider Jewish Puget Sound community. An ideal candidate is adaptable and thrives in a collaborative and fast-paced environment as the Jewish Engagement Program Associate. Learn more here.
Jewish Family Service Outreach and Education Assistant
This full-time (37.5 hours per week) position provides administrative and organizational support to three staff members ensure efficient departmental operations for the team. If you love data, logistics and keeping teams organized, this could be the job for you. This position will be working remotely to start and then will be located at the Seattle office on Capitol Hill. Learn more here!
The Jewish Day School is looking for an elementary school teacher.
JDS faculty members are part of a collaborative team of self-reflective, creative, and passionate
educators focused on developing the “whole child”, nurturing individual identity, imagination
and inquiring minds. The successful candidate should have a passion for bringing Judaism to
youth, a Bachelor’s degree, teaching experience in elementary Jewish Studies, a strong
foundation in Hebrew language, and ideally a background in performance or music. Click here to learn more about the position.
The Shalom Hartman Institute is currently hiring a Program Associate to join the Bay Area team in California.
This important role is a great job for someone recently out of college or early career. Are you or do you know someone who might be a good fit? Click here for the job description.
Earth Ministry/Washington Interfaith Power & Light is seeking a part-time Multifaith Outreach Coordinator!
This new team member will be responsible for supporting our Greening Congregations and Colleague Connection programs. They are seeking someone passionate about cultivating new partnerships in Washington State with an emphasis on outreach to Jewish communities, and engaging existing Earth Ministry/WAIPL congregations and colleagues. This is a 20 hours/week position with a flexible schedule that includes some evenings and weekends. The salary is $22-$24/hour with generous vacation/sick leave and cost-share health insurance available. More information can be found here.
Temple Beth Am looking for Youth Learning Faculty: Curriculum and Facilitation Coordinator (Gan Faculty Lead)
The Youth Learning Curriculum and Facilitation Coordinator (Gan Faculty Lead) advances the mission by supporting the Youth Learning and Engagement community. This position is responsible for helping to inspire collaboration among Faculty and Teen leaders in creating, supervising, and implementing engaging learning activities to build relationships connected to Jewish Values in the Gan HaLimud (the Gan), our Jewish Supplemental Youth Learning Program for Pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade students. Learn more here.
Temple De Hirsch Sinai
Job Opening: Member Engagement Manager
As Member Engagement Manager, you will onboard, welcome, engage, and retain Temple’s members. Working closely with our rabbis, Executive Director, other senior staff, and volunteers, you will help create a warm and vibrant environment for our members – from babies to wise adults – to participate in ways that are personally meaningful.
As an ideal candidate, you will have experience in fostering relationships and proficiency in database systems to track member information and interests. Salesforce experience a plus! This full-time exempt position, with flexible hours, reports to our Executive Director and works closely with other team members, especially our Senior Director of Development and our Director of Communications, Marketing & IT, as well as volunteers.
TO APPLY: Please send cover letter, resume and references to Lisa Horowitz, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Job Opening: Donor and Member Relations Coordinator
This new position provides a curious, inventive, energetic professional early in their career or looking to make a change with the opportunity to connect people to each other and a vibrant Jewish community. Working as part of a growing team and reporting to the Senior Development Director, you will work closely with the Development Database Manager and Member Engagement Manager to help ensure that Temple has the financial and volunteer resources needed for members ages birth through wise adults to grow in ways that are personally meaningful.
The ideal candidate will bring a detail-loving, people-focused, data-driven skill set to succeed in building relationships with donors, volunteers, and their staff partners, managing donor and gift data, and supporting event logistics.
TO APPLY: Please send cover letter, resume and references to Barbara Maduell, Senior Director of Development, at email@example.com.
Temple De Hirsch Sinai is also hiring part-time teachers for Sunday Judaics and Midweek Hebrew Programs:
• $22-$30/hr (for both teaching & prep time)
• 3.5 hrs Sunday, in-person on both the Seattle & Bellevue campuses and/or online + prep time AND/OR
• 2 hrs for Hebrew, in-person and/or online + prep time. In-person teaching is limited to Thurs from 4-6pm on our Bellevue campus.
Temple De Hirsch Sinai will pay for Uber reimbursements for teachers who don’t have their own transportation to get to the Seattle campus.
Full job description (along with additional employment opportunities) can be found on our website, here:
Stroum Jewish Community Center
Job Opening: Kidstown Counselor
A SJCC Kidstown Counselor facilitates and implements educational and recreational programming for children. The focus of this position is to ensure that children have a safe, fun and nurturing environment while under care.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Supervise children enrolled in care
Know each child’s social, physical and emotional status under care.
Interact with the children at all times
Communicate daily with parents and guardians, informing them of their child’s day.
Facilitate each activity each day, including snack, assisting with homework help, arts and crafts, sport and outdoor activities.
Plan and implement programs in coordination with Youth + Recreation Programs Director.
Model mission and vision of SJCC through programming, and follow all Youth and Recreation Department policies and procedures.
Work as a team with your co-counselors and Coordinator, sharing responsibilities and authority.
Share in proper maintenance/cleanliness of Kidstown
Model positive, professional and appropriate behavior at all times.
Accept additional responsibilities as assigned by Coordinator or Youth + Recreation Programs Director.
Other duties as assigned.
The full job description can be found here.