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Part-time Childcare and House Managing Position:
We are looking for someone to help our family. We have three children, ages 9,8 and 5. The position will be a mix of house help (laundry, lunch prep for children and possibly a bit of help with supper depending on timing) and child-care (picking children up a block away and bringing them home, helping them with homework and taking them to activities). Days: Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Hours: ~ 2-4:45pm Place: Inner Richmond, SF If you are interested, please email Tamar at firstname.lastname@example.org
YFE Teacher Jobs
Who We Are: Congregation Emanu-El, a Reform congregation located in San Francisco, CA adjacent to the Presidio, is a vibrant and historic congregation, dedicated to connecting members with their Judaism and history at the highest level and bringing Jewish values to life in meaningful and inspiring ways.
Ideal candidates will have teaching experience in a Jewish or secular educational setting, enthusiasm for working with children, passion, humor, flexibility, and a demonstrated commitment to Judaism. We’re looking for teachers who can implement creative, experiential, and innovative learning experiences to meet the needs of diverse learners. Most YFE classes are taught by a team consisting of a lead teacher, assistant teacher, and madrichimot (the nonbinary term for teen leaders who have been through our training program). Our program features a fun and engaging group of people, T’fillah, art, and music specialists. We would love for you to consider joining our team.
YFE Kadimah Teacher (Outdoor Program) - Kadimah meets on Sunday mornings at Presidio Park from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. Kadimah teachers’ work hours are 8:30 am – 1:30 pm. This includes prep time and collaborative time with other members of the teaching team. We are hiring Lead and Assistant teacher positions. Interested in joining us outside? Contact YFE Kadimah Coordinator Nicole Oliver Lahav (email@example.com) to get the conversation started.
YFE Kesher Teacher (Indoor Program) - Judaic classes meet on Sunday mornings 9:00 – 11:45 am and Wednesday afternoons 4:00 – 6:30 pm. On Sundays teachers’ work hours are 8:30 am – 1:30 pm. This includes prep time and collaborative time with other members of the teaching team. On Wednesdays, teachers work from 3:30 – 6:30 pm. This includes prep time. Hebrew Teacher - Monday (4:00-6:30 pm), Tuesday in Marin (3:30-6:30 pm), and Thursday (4:00-6:30 pm)
7th Grade – The theme of our 7th-grade program is Al Shlosha D’Varim: Mitzvot, and Identity. The 7th grade meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the month from 4:30 – 6:00 pm and will be focused on identity. On Tuesday, teachers’ work hours will be from 4:00 – 6:00 pm. Sunday mornings will be alternating between Mitzvah Corp projects and service-learning at City Hope. Please note that the times for Sunday programming are still being finalized.
8th Teachers – The overarching theme for 8th grade is Big Questions. This class will be taught in partnership with Rabbi Beth Singer and Rabbi Rodich. This class meets on alternating Sunday mornings from 10:45 – 11:45 am.
Our teaching year begins on September 11th, with teacher training and orientations on August 21st and 28th. Additional teacher in-service sessions and meetings are held throughout the year. We offer competitive pay; wonderful children; supportive, appreciative families; and friendly colleagues! Interested? Contact YFE Director Leo Fuchs (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or YFE Director of Operations (email@example.com) to get the conversation started.
J leaders Academy in the San Francisco Bay Area The J Leaders Academy has been specifically designed for Jewish young professionals in their 20s and 30s. The Academy is meaningful, life-changing, impactful and fun. One of the most valuable aspects of this six month program are the life-long friendships developed with other fellows. Please consider applying and sharing with others you think might be interested. To learn more, go to www.jleaders.org/academy.
Freedom School Educator Job The Kitchen is looking to hire a compelling, relational educator for the 2022-2023 school year to bring the joy of Torah and Shabbat to children. Our Mission We help people live Jewishly in order to make meaning, change lives and invest in the world. Freedom School Educator Job Description The Kitchen’s Freedom School is a family-centered, experiential learning program that emphasizes the teaching of Torah, Shabbat, and guiding students to bring justice into the world. We aim to create an immersive educational environment for our students and parents, as well as to integrate our learning with the greater Kitchen community. Freedom School teachers are responsible for planning and teaching a grade-band of students (e.g 4/5) as well as co-planning and co-leading all-school learning programs with the entire team. We are looking for inspired and inspiring teachers who:
effectively create meaningful relationships with students
love teaching Torah, prayer, Jewish values, and doing justice work
are excited to experiment with creative and experiential forms of Jewish education in a non-traditional setting
value collaboration, flexibility, and being part of a dynamic work environment
are eager to be part of a spiritual, musical, and relationship-centered Jewish community
This is a part-time, hourly position, approximately 4-5 hours a week; $45-65/ hour for teaching, $25-$30/hour for planning, commensurate with experience. The Freedom School meets in-person in San Francisco, primarily on Saturday morning. There are approximately 2-3 Saturday sessions each month, as well as periodic sessions on Jewish holidays and Sundays of justice. All staff are required to be vaccinated and boosted against Covid-19.
The Kitchen is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks diversity in its staff and community. That means we invite applicants from different denominations, religious, and cultural backgrounds. We are searching for candidates of color, candidates who are Jews by choice, candidates in the LGBTQ community, and candidates who identify personally at any part of the incredibly rich gender spectrum.
To apply Please email a cover letter and resume to Joel Abramovitz at firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject "LAST NAME- Freedom School.”
Director for Press and Communications Hiring: (Entry Level Position, Full time in San Francisco)
Role and Responsibilities:
Generate, edit, publish and share engaging content daily on multiple Social Media platforms (e.g. original text, photos, videos and news)
Writing daily reports and presentations on key topics explaining current media trends and landscapes
Develop, manage and implement a proactive and engaging social media strategy.
Monitoring and analyzing news and media trends with a focus on Israel and Middle East related issues
Establishing and maintaining contact with journalists, opinion leaders and key media personalities
Coordinating media events, briefings and conferences
Setting up interviews with Israeli officials and experts
Preparing press releases, a newsletter and distributing materials for publications
Promoting consulate events
Identifying and utilizing creative media ideas and opportunities
Bachelor's Degree with background in Marketing, Communications, International Relations or related field
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with a demonstrated ability to shape a creative story
Excellent communication, teamwork, and relationship-building skills
Previous and proven social media experience and savviness - platforms: Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Reddit, Pinterest and MailChimp.
Eagerness to interact proactively with Pacific Northwest- public, private, and non-profit sectors
Please note that we cannot accept applications from dual citizens if one of your citizenships is an Israeli citizenship. Send your CV to: email@example.com
7th Grade Hebrew School Teacher: Peninsula Temple Sholom in Burlingame
Peninsula Temple Sholom in Burlingame is a diverse and vibrant Reform Jewish synagogue serving 2,000 adults and children. Every member of our staff helps create a warm and welcoming environment through the work that they do and the way in which they interact with the community. We are looking to hire a 7th grade teacher for the 22-23 Youth Education year. Our Youth Education program has approximately 140 children in grades pre-K through tenth. The children learn about all aspects of Jewish life from Jewish values, to ritual, to lifecycle, texts, history, character development, and more. As the 7th grade teacher, you would teach a curriculum that focuses on the history and lasting implications of the Holocaust. We will provide the full curriculum for you to follow. The program meets for two hours on Sunday mornings from September-May. We pay generously, with a starting rate of $50/hr plus extra compensation for preparation time.
If you are interested, please send a cover letter and resume to Rabbi Liora Alban, Director of Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2 Open Positions: Urban Adamah
Urban Adamah is an educational farm and community center in Berkeley, CA that integrates the practices of Jewish tradition, mindfulness, sustainable agriculture, and social action to build loving, just, and sustainable communities. We’re searching for mission-aligned individuals who are committed to making a difference. At the end of the day, it’s all about creating a more loving, just, and sustainable world. Apply for one of our open positions!
Special Assistant to the Rabbi: CongregationBeth Shalom SF
We are looking for a special person to be the Assistant to Rabbi Russell. Click here to view the job description. For more information, contact email@example.com. Work hours are flexible with the opportunity to work remotely 1 day a week.
Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel is seeking a Jewish Caucus Consultant in his Sacramento office. Candidates should have knowledge and familiarity of the Jewish community in California and experience in the legislative and budget process is strongly preferred. Communication and event planning skills are required. Responsibilities include Jewish community outreach and management, event and member staffing, staffing bills and budget, and other duties as assigned. Strong communication, research and writing skills are required. Strong knowledge of Jewish issues including antisemitism, Jewish history, and Jewish Community organization preferred.
JPAC STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE JPAC is looking for a student representative from each of our campuses for their JPAC Campus Council - a collection of university students from across the Golden State to advise our executive board on issues affecting Jewish students on college campuses.
CALIFORNIA STATE SENATE JOB - LEGISLATIVE AIDE JEWISH CAUCUS (SACRAMENTO, CA) California State Senator Weiner is seeking a highly motivated and energetic person with excellent organizing skills and commitment to public service to join the Capitol staff as a Legislative Aide to the Legislative Jewish Caucus. Click here to read more.
Please submit cover letter, resume, and senate application to: Krista Pfefferkorn, Chief of Staff Office of Senator Wiener firstname.lastname@example.org.