In the Community
Temple De Hirsch Sinai
Job Opening: Member Engagement Manager
As Member Engagement Manager, you will be responsible for building and nurturing Temple’s community through the onboarding, engagement, and retention of Temple members. Working closely with our rabbis, Executive Director, other senior staff, and lay leadership, you will co-create a warm, comfortable and vibrant environment for our members to fully engage in Temple’s educational, social, spiritual, and social justice offerings and opportunities. provided at the synagogue.
As an ideal candidate, you will have experience in fostering relationships across all ages and stages, along with an ability and desire to leverage our database systems to track member information and interests across programs. This full-time, exempt position 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.
Camp Kalsman is hiring for this upcoming summer!
- Camp Photographer (out of cabin)
- Lifeguards (we provide training)
- Ropes Specialists (we provide training! We have a tower, swing, high and low ropes course)
- Teva (Nature) Specialists
- Summer Office Receptionist/Admin (out of cabin)
- Katan Counselors (counselor for ages 2-7, out of cabin)
- Male Bunk Counselors (preferably Jewish)
Congregation Beth Shalom Religious School Seeks Engaging Educators for the 2021-2022 Academic Year
CBS is a Conservative Synagogue in the Wedgwood/Ravenna area, and is hiring religious school teachers for the upcoming school year for both virtual and in-person teaching opportunities.
They are looking for creative teachers to work with students as young as kindergarten and as old as 8th-12th graders. Their wide variety of programs meet on Sunday mornings, Saturday mornings, Tuesday afternoons, and Wednesday afternoons and there are opportunities to teach on one or more of these days. Interested in working with our youth and getting involved in an amazing community. Send your resume to Rachel at email@example.com.
With Hillel UW and Jconnect Seattle
Hillel at the University of Washington is hiring a full-time Director for our award-winning Jconnect
Program. Jconnect Seattle provides a meaningful, creative, and engaging community for Jewish
graduate students and young adults in their 20’s and early 30’s who live in the Greater Seattle area.
Recent years have seen a 70% increase in the Jewish population of the city, and it is an exciting time to
take a leadership role in a nationally recognized organization. The Jconnect Director will join an
outstanding staff committed to cutting-edge programming, creating a welcoming and pluralistic Jewish
community. You will plan musical Shabbat experiences and meals, big parties for Hanukkah and Purim,
fun weekend getaways or day trips hiking, skiing, and exploring the PNW, and provide a wide array of
entry points for Jconnectors to explore, embrace, and celebrate Jewish life and identity.
What you’ll bring to the job
• You are a relationship builder and enjoy meeting new people all the time
• You are a self-starter – creative, highly motivated, and able to think and act strategically
• You have a familiarity with Jewish tradition, ideas and practice
• You have experience in and a passion for building a diverse and pluralistic Jewish community
• You want to create a welcoming environment for everyone, including those from interfaith
families and/or their non-Jewish partners
• You are excited to help young adults craft and implement their own programming ideas
• A Bachelor’s degree and 2+ years of relevant professional experience in experiential education,
leadership development, or relationship-based engagement; Master’s degree and/or
professional experience in Jewish organizations are a plus.
• Build and sustain relationships with participants, foster micro-communities, and serve as a
welcoming community resource
• Provide programming for 800-1,000 unique 20-30 something Jewish individuals annually and
200-300 Jewish individuals 6 or more times each year.
• Plan, develop, market and/or oversee 16-20 programs every month, including Shabbat and
holiday celebrations, community building events, and social justice projects. Develop programs
that reflect the diversity of our Jewish community, and of Jewish young adults in Seattle.
• Work closely with our Rabbi to promote a variety of learning opportunities, and collaborate to
broaden outreach to young adults at Microsoft, Amazon, and other professional spaces
• Identify uninvolved Jewish young adult populations and develop strategies for connecting with,
engaging and serving them.
• Raise income through Shabbat and program attendance fees, community partnerships and
• Manage program budget and maintain records.
• Create content for and oversee marketing, social media, and copy for the Jconnect Seattle
website and newsletter
• Join weekly staff meetings and engage in professional supervision
• Avail yourself of ongoing Jewish learning and personal/professional growth opportunities.
• Develop, recruit for, and staff immersive experiences such as Taglit-Birthright Israel and JDC
(Joint Distribution Committee) Entwine annual trips.
• Take part in planning and executing major Hillel programs including High Holidays and Passover
• Oversee, maintain, and pull reports for young adult participant-tracking database (HEaRT)
• Reliable personal transportation
• This is a full-time position that allows for flexible work hours, requiring some evenings and
What you’ll get out of the job
• Hillel offers a comprehensive benefits package, generous vacation/sick time, and family leave
• Competitive salary in the non-profit marketplace. The salary range for this position is $54,000-
• Resources for professional development, mentoring, and skill-building opportunities
• Domestic and/or international travel
• The ability to take risks, have fun, and shape the Jewish community for the better
• A free parking space, food, unlimited coffee, and fun swag
• Opportunities to explore an incredible, vibrant, young city, and a beautiful region of the country
Seattle is a great place to live! It blends an outstanding cosmopolitan lifestyle with an unparalleled
natural environment; Seattle’s residents enjoy easy access to wonderful outdoor adventures and the
city’s many rich cultural offerings. It is a creative community home to innovators, techies, creators,
artists, and those who love making the most of life and all that the area offers.
The Jconnect Seattle is a program of Hillel UW, and as such, is affiliated with Hillel International.
We are an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating an accepting and inclusive
environment for all. When you apply, please include your resume, three references including contact
information, and a cover letter.
Hillel at the University of Washington has a diverse student population, and a rich tradition of community engagement and support. We serve 600-700 undergrads each year, in addition to more than 1,500 graduate students and young adults (21-35) through our Jconnect program. We have a beautiful 20,000+ square foot building two blocks from campus with a kosher kitchen, gym, library, café, and other gathering spaces of various sizes.
Hillel UW is affiliated with Hillel International. Hillel International enriches the lives of Jewish students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world, and envisions a world where every student is inspired to make an enduring commitment to Jewish life, learning, and Israel.