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Current Job Openings

Date Posted: 2/13/24

Position: Director of Development

Organization: Anti-Defamation League Arizona

Description:

The Director of Development will oversee fundraising for Nevada and Arizona. They will implement a development plan focused on relationship-building using creative and innovative strategies to meet or exceed revenue goals. This is a highly collaborative role, working in partnership with the local, divisional, and national teams to optimize donor cultivation and support. The Director will serve as a key thought partner providing strategic and tactical support to local and regional leadership, while overseeing the implementation of local fundraising initiatives and programs.

Primary Job Responsibilities:

  • Manage an active portfolio of 75-100 donors and prospects with the capacity of making gifts of $10K or above.
  • Create customized solicitation strategies matching the objectives of the organization and interests of the donor or prospect.
  • Ensure all donor/prospect strategies and communications are recorded in the CRM database in accordance with department policies and procedures.
  • Serve as an effective and enthusiastic ADL spokesperson and representative.
  • Maintain an active, current body of knowledge of ADL and its mission, programs, activities, institutional needs and fundraising priorities.
  • Manage regional institutional fundraising including writing or editing grant proposals and reports as needed Recruit and staff volunteer Development committee leveraging their networks to qualify and steward Annual Fund and Major Gift donors.

To learn more about the position and apply, click here.

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Date Posted: 1/16/24

Position: Marketing & Outreach Associate

Organization: Jewish Free Loan

Contact: Interested parties can contact Ellie Sacks, Executive Director of JFL: ellensacks@jewishfreeloan.org

Description:

The Marketing & Outreach Associate (MOA) works with the Executive Director and Director of Development to create, implement and execute JFL’s marketing, communication and outreach strategies and activities. This full-time (36 hours/week) position reports to the Executive Director. This is an onsite position with occasional remote work possible.

Job Responsibilities

  • Manage all social media accounts
  • Review and update website
  • Develop content, write and edit quarterly JFL Journal and other email campaigns
  • Develop and produce video content for social media, email and website
  • Establish advertising schedule and create all copy for press engagements, community journals and ad books
  • Identify new advertising and marketing opportunities
  • Develop and review donation acknowledgement letters, donor return envelope and QR code
  • Coordinate JFL’s outreach & education programs
  • Additional responsibilities as determine by Executive Director

To learn more about the position, click here.

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Date Posted: 1/11/24

Position: Director of Development

Organization: Jewish Free Loan

Contact: Interested parties can contact Ellie Sacks, Executive Director of JFL: ellensacks@jewishfreeloan.org

Description:

The Director of Development position will oversee the implementation and management of the fundraising activities of JFL. Reporting to the Executive Director, and working with board members and staff, this position will have responsibility for creating and executing strategies to achieve annual fundraising goals.

Job Responsibilities

• Identify and cultivate new sources of support
• Cultivate and steward existing donors
• Identify grant opportunities, create letters of intent and applications, and report to funders
• Participate in individual and group donor outreach opportunities
• Develop and expand the corporate sponsorship and planned giving programs
• Staff JFL Philanthropic Initiatives Committee
• Lead donor event planning and event execution
• Develop donor communication materials, including acknowledgment letters and updates
• Demonstrate competency in the use of donor databases and online fundraising platforms
• Attend board and committee meetings as required
• Represent JFL at community events and in professional groups
• Other development and donor cultivation duties as assigned
• Additional responsibilities as determine by Executive Director

To learn more about the position, click here.

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Date Posted: 1/9/24

Position: Marketing, Communication and Development Associate

Organization: Gesher Disability Resources

Contact: Interested and qualified individuals should email Amy Hummell at amy@gesherdr.org.

Description:

The position will provide marketing, communication, and development support across the organization as needed, including creating marketing materials following brand guidelines for print and online uses, communicating with donors both written and verbal, producing articles for e-newsletters and letters for mailings, researching on internet and enhancing Gesher’s visibility.

For more information, please click here.

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Date Posted: 12/20/23

Position: Hebrew Teacher

Organization: Pardes Jewish Day School

Contact: Applicants should submit a resume to Sarah Jones, Administrator to Head of School, at sjones@pardesschool.org.

Description:

The ideal candidate will inspire students to be excited about learning. The successful teacher will have grade-level expertise in their chosen subject and the ability to engage students in meaningful inquiry, problem-solving, Project Based Learning, and collaborative exploration, all of which are norms for teaching and learning at Pardes. Must be fluent in Hebrew.

For more information, please click here.

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Date Posted: 12/15/23

Position: Director of Jewish Life and Learning

Organization: Pardes Jewish Day School

Contact: Applicants should submit a resume to Sarah Jones, Administrator to Head of School, at sjones@pardesschool.org.

Description:

Pardes is looking for an outstanding and talented individual to serve as its Director of Jewish Life and Learning, to oversee the Jewish education and experience for the students. The Director of Jewish Life and Learning serves as a member of the Senior Leadership Team, oversees the Jewish Studies and Hebrew faculty, holiday programming, tikkun olam yearlong projects and inspires students, parents and faculty with a love of Judaism. In addition, the Director will collaborate with local clergy and Jewish professionals to enhance the Jewish community and Pardes’ presence within the community.

For more information, please click here.

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Date Posted: 11/28/23

Position: Communications Specialist

Organization: ASU Jewish Studies (Tempe)

Contact: Lisa Kaplan lisa.kaplan@asu.edu

Candidates must apply online here.

Description:

Under the direction of the Assistant Director, the Communications Specialist develops and implements all communication strategies for the Center for Jewish Studies, including creating mass emails and other on-line and print communications for the Center’s myriad community programs, as well as other publications that promote the unit’s activities to internal and external constituents. This includes the Greater Phoenix Jewish community, general community, other Jewish Studies Centers as well as ASU faculty, alumni, staff and students.

Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite or Canva, Salesforce CRM, Zoom Webinar, video editing, website design and management using Drupal or other software is necessary to successfully do this job.

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Date Posted: 11/01/23

Position: Program Administrator

Organization: Congregation Or Tzion

Contact: To apply, please submit resume to Gail Gilmartin, Executive Director ExecDirector@otaz.org. Requests for full job description and more details can also be emailed to Gail.

Description:

The Program Administrator plays a critical role in fulfilling our mission. This position will act as the staff liaison for synagogue events & programs and work closely with the lay and professional leadership and volunteer congregants to plan and implement program and events, including logistics and communications.

This position will also support our clergy team (Rabbi and Cantor) providing administrative assistance through meeting scheduling, various communications, and interacting with congregants politely, sensitively and effectively.

We are looking for someone who approaches their work with a positive attitude and is confident with the following required skill set:

  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and attention to detail
  • A reliable individual who can work independently but also part of a team
  • Comfort working in a synagogue community
  • Working knowledge of Judaism and the Hebrew calendar

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Date Posted: 10/11/23

Position: Family Sales Counselor

Organization: Mt Sinai Cemetery

Contact: Please send resume to Ira Mann, at ira@mtsinaicemetery.com.

Description:

Mt Sinai is looking for a Family Sales Counselor. The position requires meeting with families or individuals who wish to make end of life arrangements. Familiarity with Jewish customs is helpful; being motivated, having compassion, and an attention to detail are essential. Phone work, follow-up, and building connections with clients is the key to success.

Mt Sinai is a Jewish cemetery located in north Phoenix. Our small, dedicated staff has created a very positive company culture and pleasant workplace. Being a team player is important for this rapidly expanding business.

Cemetery training is provided, as well as competitive remuneration, annual bonus, generous PTO, and healthcare benefits.

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Date Posted: 8/8/23

Position: Senior Israel Programs Admissions Director

Organization: Jewish National Fund-USA

Contact: For more information and to apply, please click here.

Description:

This position will be based out of our Scottsdale office and will travel regularly throughout the Southwest Region (Arizona, Texas, Nevada and surrounding areas).

The position sits within our Israel Advocacy and Education Department which connects students from preschool through college to the land of Israel and its people. Jewish National Fund’s Alexander Muss High School in Israel delivers a transformative experience for teens through its semester, mini-mester and summer abroad programs in Israel.

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Date Posted: 7/31/23

Position: Hebrew Language Teacher (Part-time)

Organization: Nishmat Adin

Contact: For more information and to apply, please email info@nishmatadin.org

Description:

Flexible hours, central location at the Valley of the Sun JCC.

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Date Posted: 7/31/23

Position: Director of Finance and Business Operations (DOF)

Organization: Pardes Jewish Day School

Contact: For more information and to apply, please click here.

Description:

Oversees the financial, human resources, and business operations of the school. This highly visible position directs the preparation of financial reports and summaries and creates forecasts predicting future growth. As a member of the senior administrative team, the DOF reports directly to the Head of the School and regularly collaborates with other members of the senior leadership team, as well as staff, faculty, parents, and the Board of Trustees. The DOF will be primarily responsible for leading the operations of the Business Office and for planning, implementing, managing, and controlling financial decisions of the school.

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Date Posted: 7/31/23

Position: Educational Support Services Coordinator

Organization: Nishmat Adin

Contact: For more information and to apply, please email info@nishmatadin.org

Description:

Responsibilities include providing individualized student support, assisting faculty in implementing learning plans, supporting standardized testing needs and assessing incoming student learning needs.

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Date Posted: 7/17/23

Position: Raker Religious School 5th-grade teacher

Organization: Temple Solel

Description:

Do you want to pass on your Jewish knowledge to our future Jewish leaders?
Do you love working with children?
Would you enjoy working with colleagues who are excited to celebrate their own Judaism?

If your answer is a yes, or even a maybe, please get in touch with Tobee Waxenberg at 480-991-7414, ext. 123 twaxenberg@templesolel.org.

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Date Posted: 7/17/23

Position: Communications Specialist

Organization: Jewish Family & Children’s Service

Contact: For details and to apply click here.

Description:

The Communications Specialist will work with internal constituents to develop and distribute strategic communications materials to JFCS employees and key external partners, including local media.

This role will counsel and support senior leadership with program updates, ongoing & new initiatives, business results, human resources programs, along with public relations activities related to established marketing goals. Ensures communications plans, strategies, and/or tactics that support business goals are implemented, and employee engagement is increased.

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Date Posted: 7/14/23

Position: Religious School Teacher

Organization: Temple Beth Sholom of the East Valley (TBS-EV)

Contact: Qualified and interested candidates please email: RSDirector@tbsev.org

Description:

Temple Beth Sholom of the East Valley (TBS-EV), Chandler, AZ is searching for two religious school teachers for combined grades classes. One for the Pre-K – 1st grade level, the other 2nd & 3rd grade classes. The school year is August – May.

All classes meet in person on Sundays 9 am – 12 noon. Staff are expected to be in the classroom by 8:45 am and remain on campus until their students have been picked up.

TBS-EV is an inclusive, Conservative synagogue that values community in both its membership and religious school. We are a joyous and spirited group that welcomes you to join us as we celebrate, learn, and create a community with common values while we perform tikkun olam, social action to repair the world. We work hard to build a sense of community and Jewish identity in our students. We are looking for enthusiastic, energetic and engaging teachers to join our religious school team. We value our faculty and all they contribute!

To read the entire job description, please click here.

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Date Posted: 7/14/23

Position: 5th Grade Teacher

Organization: Raker Religious School at Temple Solel

Contact: Please get in touch with Tobee Waxenberg at 480-991-7414, ext. 123 twaxenberg@templesolel.org.

Description:

Do you want to pass on your Jewish knowledge to our future Jewish leaders?

Do you love working with children?

Would you enjoy working with colleagues who are excited to celebrate their own Judaism?

To read the entire job description, please click here.

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Date Posted: 7/12/23

Position: Director of Finance and Information Systems

Organization: Temple Kol Ami

Contact: Please submit resume, salary history and a thoughtful self-introduction to: Nancy Drapin, Executive Director at nancyd@templekolami.org

Description:

Temple Kol Ami is a member synagogue in Scottsdale, AZ, with budget of over $2 million. The Director of Finance and Information Systems (“DFIS”) is responsible for all of the organization’s financial operations, accounting, reporting, budgeting and controls, human resources as well as risk management and database information systems.

In addition to his or her direct responsibilities, this person is the primary support person for the staff and Board of Trustees in all areas involving quantitative processes, systems, and analysis. The DFIS reports to the Executive Director.

Qualified candidates will have proven competence in accounting and financial management, with an undergraduate degree in accounting or equivalent (CPA or MBA preferred) and at least four years of experience providing financial management and leadership in fund accounting environments. They qualified candidate will have the training and experience necessary to be the internal database expert, having demonstrated effectiveness and self-sufficiency working with a broad array of software applications including advanced general ledger systems and complex databases. Excellent computer skills and strong multitasking managerial abilities are important characteristics. Experience with Synagogue or Church databases is preferred; extensive experience with QuickBooks and Excel is required.

Successful applicants will have demonstrated their ability to work collegially within a small staff and respond to the individual needs of Temple Kol Ami members. As with all small organizations, flexibility, good humor, and commitment to mission and excellence are essential.

To read the entire job description, please click here.

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Date Posted: 7/12/23

Position: Director of School Advancement

Organization: Pardes Jewish Day School

Contact: For questions, please contact Susan Blease at sblease@pardesschool.org

Description:

The Director of School Advancement works to achieve annual philanthropic goals that include participation, increases in new donors, and annual financial goals. The Director of Advancement reports to the Head of School, and as member of the leadership team, directs the organization’s fundraising efforts. This position will possess an entrepreneurial mindset, coupled with strong skills in all areas of traditional fundraising, including major gifts, foundation, and endowment. The Director of Advancement will create and execute a communications strategy to strengthen Pardes’ brand with external audiences to further build on the donor base. Serve on the Administrative Team. Serve as a role model to faculty through the active participation and leadership opportunities in professional organizations.

To read the entire job description, please click here.

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Date Posted: 7/10/23

Position: Teacher-4th & 5th grade

Organization: Congregation Or Tzion

Contact: To inquire about this position, please email resume to cothr@otaz.org.

Description:

Roz Goodell Religious School (RGRS) seeks a dependable, energetic person to teach 4th Grade in our religious school. The teacher will independently teach the fourth or fifth grade class in subjects that include Judaics, Hebrew and prayers. This position is for the school year, Sundays from 8:45 am-11:45 am and Wednesdays from 3:45 pm to 5:15 pm.

Click here for more details.

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Date Posted: 7/7/23

Position: Custodian

Organization: Congregation Or Tzion

Contact: To inquire about this position, please email resume to cothr@otaz.org.

Description:

As a custodian, you will be responsible for the upkeep and cleanliness of our facility, including the kitchen area, restrooms, classrooms, social hall, and sanctuary. You will ensure that the premises are clean, safe, and welcoming to members, staff, and visitors. You will perform a variety of tasks, including sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, and dusting, as well as performing light maintenance tasks and assisting with the setup and breakdown of events. Estimated hours are an average of approximately 30 hours/week. We would consider a salaried or hourly compensation arrangement.

To learn more about this position, please click here.

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Date Posted: 7/7/23

Position: Teacher (4th & 5th grade)

Organization: Roz Goodell Religious School at Congregation Or Tzion

Contact: To inquire about this position, please email resume and cover letter to Andre Ivory, Education Director: educationdirector@otaz.org.

Description:

Roz Goodell Religious School (RGRS) seeks a dependable, energetic person to teach 4th Grade in our religious school. The teacher will independently teach the fourth or fifth grade class in subjects that include Judaics, Hebrew and prayers. This position is for the school year, Sundays from 8:45 am-11:45 am and Wednesdays from 3:45 pm to 5:15 pm.

To learn more about this position, please click here.

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Date Posted: 6/22/23

Position: Outreach Specialist (part-time, Phoenix)

Organization: Valley Beit Midrash

Contact: To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Alix Cramer (she/her): alix@valleybeitmidrash.org

Description:

We are looking for a part-time Outreach Specialist to support our work with the unhoused population. Working under the direction of the Campaign Director, some examples of tasks the Outreach Specialist may be responsible for include collecting and distributing life saving supplies to the unsheltered and working together with interns and volunteers to support the other projects of Arizona Jews for Justice, VBM’s social action initiative.

To learn more about this position, please click here.

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Date Posted: 6/22/23

Position: Youth & Family Engagement Associate (part-time, Phoenix)

Organization: Valley Beit Midrash

Contact: To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Alix Cramer (she/her): alix@valleybeitmidrash.org

Description:

We are looking to expand and deepen our program offerings that are geared towards families with younger children. Most programs will be centered around a volunteer project and will include a learning component that centers on Jewish values. The Youth & Family Engagement Associate will be responsible for coordinating and facilitating family-friendly programs and building relationships with partnering organizations in the community.

To learn more about this position, please click here.

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Date Posted: 6/22/23

Position: Program Manager (full-time, Phoenix)

Organization: Valley Beit Midrash

Contact: To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Alix Cramer (she/her): alix@valleybeitmidrash.org

Description:

We are seeking a Program Manager to aid in the planning and execution of a number of VBM programs. VBM hosts virtual Torah learning classes every week that feature a wide variety of topics from renowned speakers across the world. Our social action initiatives include work that uplifts the homeless, supports refugees, and assists asylum seekers. Our leadership development fellowships inspire the next generation of Jewish change-makers to take action in their communities. The Program Manager would primarily be tasked with running our National Jewish Leaders Fellowship and youth and family engagement. The National Jewish Leaders fellowship will bring together young adults from across the country to learn about social action issues affecting their communities and guide them in creating their own projects to improve their cities locally. Youth and family engagement will involve planning volunteer events for families with young children in the Greater Phoenix area that are inspired by Jewish values.

To learn more about this position, please click here.

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Date Posted: 6/22/23

Position: Fellowship Program Associate (part-time, remote)

Organization: Valley Beit Midrash

Contact: To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Alix Cramer (she/her): alix@valleybeitmidrash.org

Description:

We are launching a National Fellowship and looking for a Part-time Program Associate to help lead this program. This model has already been successfully established in our hub cities of Phoenix and Denver and we will now be applying this same model on a national scale. The National Jewish Leaders Fellowship seeks to create a space where young Jewish change-makers are provided the tools they need to put Torah learning into action and make a difference in their local communities. Fellows will gather monthly for a 60-90 minute virtual meeting filled with learning and relationship building and each fellow will develop a community improvement project of their choice. The Fellowship Program Associate will be responsible for coordinating and facilitating monthly learning sessions as well as providing one-on-one mentorship for each fellow. This position will be responsible for executing all aspects of getting the fellowship up and running, which will include marketing, recruiting fellows and interviewing candidates. 

To learn more about this position, please click here.

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Date Posted: 6/21/23

Position: Marketing, Communications and Engagement Manager

Organization: Temple Chai

Contact: More information/Applications should be submitted to Temple Chai’s Executive Director, Wendy Cohen: wcohen@templechai.com

Description:

This position will create and implement all communications and social media presence for the temple. We are looking for a passionate, people-loving, tech- and social media-savvy individual who enjoys communicating, meeting, and interacting with people from all age groups and energizes them to get more involved in their community. Create and distribute all digital and print communications, maintain Temple Chai website and all social media accounts, collaborate with other staff to develop marketing materials across multiple platforms, maintaining brand consistency of communications and develop and implement a communications plan for increasing and engaging membership.

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Date Posted: 6/19/23

Position: Program Assistant

Organization: JFCS Center for Senior Enrichment

Contact: For more info and questions, please contact Jarrod Medeiros: jarrod.medeiros@jfcsaz.org

While acting as the onsite representative for JFCS at The Palazzo, the Program Assistant will assume a variety of tasks needed to support events at the Center of Senior Enrichment.

Responsibilities:

-Securing forms of entertainment.

-Performing site set-up.

-Coordinating with site staff.

-Tracking attendance at programs.

-Manages and provides technical support for program software application, including setting up classes in the system and providing technical support to registrants who would like to register for offered classes.

-Assists with Zoom call support.

-Assists Director with marketing among the senior community in Maricopa County and nationwide.

-Responsible for writing publicity articles for various media outlets as well as promoting on social media.

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Date Posted: 6/15/23

Position: Religious School Principal

Organization: Temple Emanuel of Tempe

Contact: For more info and questions, please contact Jocelyn Richards: Jocelyn@EmanuelOfTempe.org

Description:

Temple Emanuel is a friendly, thriving, full-service URJ-affiliated Reform synagogue in Tempe. In addition to a Religious School, we offer a full slate of programming for younger families and adults, including many opportunities for learning and g’milut chasadim. Worship services, in a variety of styles (including 20-ish b’nei mitzvah ceremonies each year), take place on each Erev Shabbat and Shabbat morning, and on festivals.

We have a vibrant Jewish community … and look forward to welcoming a fabulous new Religious School Principal as soon as possible!

For more information and to apply for this position, please email your resume and a cover letter to the “Religious School Principal Search Committee Chair” at jocelyn@emanueloftempe.org.

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Date Posted: 6/13/23

Position: Hospital Chaplain

Organization: Jewish Family & Children’s Service

Contact: For more info and questions, please contact Jarrod Medeiros: jarrod.medeiros@jfcsaz.org

Responsibilities:

The Chaplain will provide or arrange spiritual, emotional, and religious care to Jewish patients and their families. This role also provides crisis intervention with patients, families, and staff making spiritual assessments.

-Ordained rabbi will provide spiritual and emotional support to hospital patients and their families, specific to their religious preference, while maintaining strict confidentiality of information and conversations.

-Professionally work with individuals of all backgrounds, while specifically visiting patients who identify as Jewish, and make referrals when needed.

-Proficiency in supporting patients during times of pain, grief, and loss.

Go to jfcsazcareers.org to apply.

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Date Posted: 6/08/23

Position: Executive Director

Organization: Phoenix Holocaust Association 

Contact: For more info and questions, please contact Sheryl Bronkesh: SherylBronkesh.pha@gmail.com

Responsibilities:

  • Play a significant role in crafting and carrying out efforts to achieve goals and objectives set by the board of
    directors including:

    • Expand fundraising activities to support and grow existing programs and new opportunities.
    • Target and help develop grant proposals.
    • Work collaboratively with association leadership on fundraising efforts and donor cultivation.
    • Increase public awareness of PHA and issues related to the Holocaust and other genocides.
  • Work with the treasurer and accounting consultant to oversee financial management of the organization.
  • Work with the PHA membership chairperson to communicate with current and potential members to
    increase membership and donations.
  • Work with the education committee on community and member programming, especially those requiring
    venue rentals and additional funding.
  • Coordinate with the chair of the annual Yom HaShoah program to assist with administrative tasks related to
    this community-wide event which honors the survivors of the Holocaust and commemorates those who
    perished.
  • Work with the Café Europa chairperson on monthly luncheons for survivors including venue rental and other
    arrangements.
  • Support the speakers’ bureau chairperson to enhance outreach to schools to increase school requests for
    speakers (both survivors and descendants) on the Holocaust.
  • Work with PHA’s intern on social media and electronic communications to members and the broader
    community.
  • Handle other administrative tasks as required to support the work of volunteer leaders such as the effort to
    establish a statewide commission overseeing Holocaust education.
  • Serve as the liaison for partnerships with regional educational and Jewish communal organizations.

Qualifications:

  • Proven experience as an ED or other managerial position.
  • Experience and understanding of nonprofit associations and working with Boards of Directors.
  • Understanding of the mission/vision of the organization and ability to relate it to others.
  • Engagement in continued learning about the Holocaust or interest in doing so.
  • Track record of successful fundraising.
  • Strong understanding of organizational finance and measures of performance.
  • Experience working with and managing volunteers is desirable.
  • Knowledge of governance principles and managerial best practices.
  • Outstanding leadership skills.
  • Excellent oral and written communication and people skills.
  • Degree in nonprofit management, business administration, leadership, or relevant field is desired, but not
    required.
  • Proficiency at writing and editing grant applications and managing funding campaigns is desired, but not
    required.
  • Self-starter with strong organizational skills.
  • Ability to collaborate and foster partnerships with other organizations.
  • Flexible and cooperative approach to problem solving.
  • Positive attitude that encourages participation and fosters enthusiasm.
  • Integrity, self-confidence, persuasiveness, decisiveness, and creativity.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to SherylBronkesh.pha@gmail.com

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Date Posted: 6/02/23

Position: Early Childhood Educator

Organization: Temple Chai Early Childhood Center

Contact: Contact Leah Lyndon at llyndon@templechai.com to apply!

Description:

Why work at Temple Chai Early Childhood Center?
• Consistency: Teachers have consistent schedules.
• Professionalism: We value our team of educators as professionals and see that the families and community do as well.
• Support: Supporting teachers in the classroom is the administrative and leadership teams #1 job!
• Growth: Internal advancement opportunities and paid professional development.

Responsibilities:
• Provide social/emotional, physical, cognitive support for children
• Ensure the health and safety of the children in your care
• Follow all Arizona State licensing guidelines
• Maintain a clean classroom with prompt attention to child needs
• Be able to lift and carry children
• Communicate efficiently and effectively to parents
• Assist with curriculum delivery
• Work cooperatively and respectfully with all team members

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Date Posted: 5/22/23

Position: Preschool Teacher’s Assistant

Organization: Phoenix Hebrew Academy

Contact: For more information or to apply please contact Alyssa Zupnick: azupnick@phoenixhebrewacademy.com

Description:

Phoenix Hebrew Academy Preschool is seeking a dynamic and caring assistant preschool teacher. All assistant preschool teachers are paid a salary and we offer paid time off and health insurance for full-time employees.

Key Responsibilities

Will support child directed lesson plans that are engaging and meaningful alongside 1-2 other teachers
Attend school events, meetings, and professional development
Sanitize and clean daily following the state’s laws for childcare centers
Additional Knowledge, Skills and Experience Required

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Date Posted: 5/16/23

Position: Hebrew School Director

Organization: Beth El Phoenix

To apply: Click here or email education@bethelphoenix.com

Description:

Seeking a joyful, inclusive, dynamic, and visionary Jewish leader to help grow our Hebrew School program. This is a part-time position (approximately 25 hours per week) during the school year. The ideal candidate will have experience in Jewish education and administration, working with children and parents and keeping up with current trends in curriculum.

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Date Posted: 5/12/23

Position: Camp Stein Staff

Organization: Camp Harry and Daisy Stein

Contact: Jennifer Walker, Associate Director: asstdirector@cbiaz.org

Description:

Camp Stein’s Summer 2023 season begins soon! Come join our staff and be part of an amazing summer in Prescott, AZ! We are currently hiring for General Counselors, Lifeguard, Dance Specialist, and Camp Photographer.

Come join in the fun and good times as we get ready for another amazing summer with even more incredible campers, staff, activities and programs to keep those exciting summer vibes flowing!

To apply, click here.

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Date Posted: 5/10/23

Position: Youth Group Advisor (part-time)

Organization: Temple Chai

Contact: Please send cover letters, resumes, and any questions to our Director of Education, Amanda Campbell: acampbell@templechai.com

Description:

We seek to hire a part-time (roughly 10 hours/week) Youth Group Advisor to plan for and lead our three youth groups (TCTY, TCTY Jr, & TCTY Mini) that serve youth in grades 3-12, and to help us further deepen the engagement of the youth and families of the congregational community. This is a salaried position running from approximately August 2023-May 2024, with opportunities to extend to further years if the right match is made.

We seek a candidate who has experience working with youth in formal and/or informal environments and who is familiar with youth groups and youth group culture.

Candidates will be considered on a rolling basis.

Please see job listing for full information here.

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Date Posted: 4/19/23

Position: Religious School Teacher

Organization: Temple Beth Sholom of the East Valley

Contact: info@tbsev.org

Description: Seeking passionate, energetic, Judaic educators to join our religious school team. Join a staff family that encourages a positive Judaic experience for grades Pre K- 7th grade. We have a fun, positive work environment, competitive pay and paid training. Please email info@tbsev.org with your intro and resume.

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Date Posted: 4/18/23

Position: Early Childhood Center Assistant Director

Organization: Temple Kol Ami Early Childhood Center

Contact: Send your resume and cover letter to Executive Director Nancy Drapin at nancyd@templekolami.org

Description: The assistant director will balance administrative duties, communication, and creative educational problem-solving. High energy, top computer skills, the ability to quickly and carefully solve problems, and a deep understanding of Jewish values and traditions are key to the success of the team.

Essential duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: inspiring staff; managing day-to-day operations; preparing payroll and maintaining teacher supplies; ensuring compliance with all Department of Human Services licensing requirements under the supervision of the Director of the Early Childhood Center; acting as one of the key “faces of the temple”; assisting in social media and other communications to parents and prospective clients; and programming winter, spring and summer camp programs and curriculum

Requirements:
* BA degree in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education or related field or equivalent classroom/teaching experience.
* Strong computer skills in Word, Excel and Outlook
* Candidates must be vaccinated against Covid-19

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Date Posted: 4/17/23

Position: BBYO Genesis Fellowship

Organization: BBYO (B’nai B’rith Youth Organization Inc)

Contact: Info@bbyo.org

Description:

  • Work directly with teens (grades 8-12) to create impactful, fun, and dynamic programs
  • Mentor teens and deliver leadership training
  • Work with teens to attract and retain members to build and grow chapters
  • Guide teens in establishing an annual calendar for each chapter that drives engagement and recruitment through meaningful programming
  • Build and maintain relationships with all key community stakeholders
  • Recruit new members to join BBYO and to attend summer programs
  • Facilitate the planning process, alongside teen leadership, and colleagues, for regional programs including overnight conventions
  • Work alongside colleagues to bring new, innovative, and fun ideas to the community
  • Attend summer camp (but this time you’re in charge!) as you direct teen leadership programs
  • Manage the region’s email inbox and assist with mass communication tools including but not limited to council emails, social media, and phone follow-ups

Requirements:

  • 0-3 years of work experience
  • A bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Experience with youth or teens is preferred
  • Organized with an attention to detail
  • Ability to be flexible in geographic placement. Placements will be communicated by April 30th, 2023.
  • Attend BBYO’s staff conference each year and staff BBYO’s International Convention each year.
  • Ability to travel as needed and to staff a summer leadership program at a location in the U.S. for 2-3 weeks during summer 2023.
  • Ability to travel as needed and to staff a summer leadership program in Israel. for 2-3 weeks during summer 2024.  Fellows will staff BBYO’s Israel Journey teen trip, and then stay for a cohort experience.
  • Unrestricted authorization to work in the U.S. without holding a visa or sponsorship.
  • To perform this job successfully, the individual must be able to perform each essential duty/function with or without reasonable accommodation in accordance with applicable law.

To apply, click here.

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Date Posted: 4/17/23

Positions: Operations Director

Organization: Hillel at Arizona State University

Contact: To apply, please click here.

Description: This unique role pulls all operations into one portfolio, allowing significant ownership over a variety of projects that set up student- and donor-facing staff for success. The position is responsible for a wide variety of operational work from facilities and finance to development operations and executing events. The ideal candidate is personable, organized, and excited to work in a fast-paced community-focused environment. The salary range for this role is $70,000-75,000

Requirements: The Operations Director will manage the day-to-day operations and oversee a systems approach of work for Hillel at Arizona State University through a focus on the following areas: *Project Management
*Finance
*Development
*Facility
*Supervision

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Date Posted: 4/17/23

Positions: Social Impact Manager

Organization: Hillel at Arizona State University

Contact: To apply, please click here.

Description: You will build relationships with a diverse array of students and can lead deep conversations filled with nuance and differing perspectives. The ideal candidate has an eye on current social justice trends/best practices and knows how to support and empower student leaders.

Additionally, this role will have a significant portion of its time dedicated to navigating the Israel space on campus. The ideal candidate can advise our diverse Israel group student leaders, and engage students who have never been to Israel in meaningful conversations and dialogue. The salary range for this role is $53,000-$58,000.

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Date Posted: 4/14/23

Positions: Phoenix Reshet Ramah City Coordinator

Organization: Reshet Ramah

Contact: To apply, please click here.

Description: We are seeking an enthusiastic Ramah alum to build a community of Jewish young professionals in Phoenix, AZ by planning social, religious, and educational events.

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Date Posted: 4/5/23

Positions: Director of Education

Organization: Shevet Shemesh (Israeli Scouts)

Contact: To submit your application, please contact orentabib@gmail.com

Description: Israeli Scouts of Arizona is looking for a Director of Education. The Director will have full responsibility for leading the education processes in the tribe, developing values & leadership skills within senior youth and managing communication with parents & community.Job Requirements:* Experience in guiding, training, or leading groups* Ability to work in a team, alongside personal initiative and independence* Educational vision and values* Motivation and interpersonal skills* Proficiency in written and verbal communication in Hebrew and English

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Date Posted: 3/28/23

Positions: Health Care Staff: RN/LPN/CNA/EMT’s

Organization: Camp Daisy and Harry Stein

Contact: Maxine Holtzman, mholtzman@cbiaz.org or 480-951-0323

Description: Camp Stein is seeking health care staff for the upcoming summer with the following qualifications:
* RN, LPN, CNA, EMT (degree and current license to practice)
* Experience in school, camp, or visiting nurse preferred
* A positive attitude with strong communication skills and a caring attitude
* Current certifications in first aid and CPR. Current driver’s license required.

To apply, fill out the application at www.campstein.org. For more details about the position, please contact Maxine at the above information.

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Date posted: 03/26/2023

Position: Camp Stein Summer 2023 Community Care Coordinator

Organization: Camp Stein

To apply, please complete the online application at campstein.org.

Description:

Camp Stein is seeking an enthusiastic individual to be on our community care team to help support campers and staff with challenges that may arise throughout the summer.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s preferred) in Education, Special Education, Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or similar.
At least three years professional experience in mental health, social work or a similar/related field.
Experience with or understanding of residential Summer Camp preferred.

Responsibilities:

• Review camper files prior to the summer. Work with the full-time team to coordinate any pre-camp phone calls as necessary.
• Review files again prior to the camper’s arrival at camp and review with their unit head and counselors.
• Work with Unit Heads and counselor staff to design modifications as necessary, to ensure camp programs and activities can accommodate all campers in an inclusive environment.
• Provide support for unit heads with discipline issues, moments of sadness, social challenges, and adjustment issues.
• Provide support for campers and staff with MESSH (Mental, Emotional, Social and Spiritual Health) needs.

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Date posted: 03/13/2023

Position: East Valley JCC Camp Rimon Summer Camp Counselor

Organization: East Valley JCC

Contact: Stephania at salvarez@evjcc.org or 480-897-0588 to apply.

Description:

Camp Rimon is looking for energetic and responsible summer camp counselors, ages 18 and older. The position is for 35 hours per week in June and July 2023.

A counselor will lead and support indoor and outdoor activities and actively supervise off-campus activities, including field trips and swimming. Previous experience with children is preferred.

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Date posted: 02/21/2023

Position: Assistant Teacher

Organization: Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center Early Childhood Center

Contact: leahz@vosjcc.org

Description: The right candidate will be energetic and have a passion for being a positive influence on young children and knowledge in early childhood development.

This role promotes and nurtures the education of students by using child observation to inform lesson planning and goal setting. The individual creates a classroom environment conducive to learning and appropriate to the physical, social and emotional development of students, while partnering with parents and engaging in open communication.

You can apply on our website, https://www.vosjcc.org/careers/

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Date posted: 02/10/2023

Position: Infant/Toddler Full time teacher

Organization: Temple Chai Early Childhood Center

Contact: Leah Lyndon, Director of Early Childhood Educationllyndon@templechai.com.

Description:

Why work at Temple Chai Early Childhood Center?

  • Consistency: Teachers have consistent schedules.
  • Professionalism: We value our team of educators as professionals and see that the families and community do as well.
  • Support: Supporting teachers in the classroom is the administrative and leadership teams #1 job!
  • Growth: Internal advancement opportunities and paid professional development.COVID-19 Safety Required for candidates: All Team Members are required to vaccinate against COVID-19.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide social/emotional, physical, cognitive support for children
  • Ensure the health and safety of the children in your care
  • Follow all Arizona State licensing guidelines
  • Maintain a clean classroom with prompt attention to child needs
  • Be able to lift and carry children
  • Communicate efficiently and effectively to parents
  • Assist with curriculum delivery
  • Work cooperatively and respectfully with all team members

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Date posted: 02/08/2023

Position: Full Time Early Childhood Center Assistant Director

Organization: Temple Kol Ami ECC

Contact: Nicole Stokes – Early Childhood Director – nicole@templekolami.org

Description: The ideal candidate will be a warm and nurturing individual who enjoys interacting and caring for children under 6 years of age in our Jewish program, has previous early childhood/classroom experience, and can assist the ECC Director in the day-to-day operations of our early childhood center.

Qualifications:
BS in Ed required, Master’s preferred
10 years working with children
Leadership, classroom experience
Lift at least 30lbs
Covid-19 vaccinated
Monday – Friday 8hr day shift
Onsite Work Location

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Date Posted: 01/31/2023

Positions: Part-time and full-time teachers and assistant teachers

Organization: Early Learning Center at the East Valley JCC in Chandler

Contact: ELC Director Pam Morris, Director of ELC at pam@evjcc.org

Description: Our caring team of teachers provide a positive, nurturing and loving environment for their students. We are seeking candidates with the following qualifications:
* CDA or AA in early degree in early childhood or related field preferred
* Prior experience working in an early childhood center
* A positive attitude with strong communication skills
* Knowledge of Judaism is a plus

To apply, fill out the application at evjcc.org/apply. To learn more about the position or to submit your application to pam@evjcc.org.

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