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NVHC Youth Advisor Position

May 16th, 2011 · No Comments

NVHC Youth Group Advisor

Description: Youth Advisor Position – Part-Time Northern Virginia Hebrew Congregation Reston, Virginia. Please send resume with covering letter to Moshe Ben-Lev, Director of Education at Hours: Every Tuesday – 4:00 – 8: 15 p.m. (and Sunday 8:45 a.m. – noon) when Religious School is in session, and as dictated by planned events and temple needs. Our vibrant Reform community is looking for a part-time youth advisor to be a vital and visible member of our community, planning, promoting, being present at and participating in programming, services, and youth-oriented activities.

Job Criteria: MUST HAVE:

1. Experience with Jewish Youth programming whether through camping, youth group participation, NFTY, etc.
2. Comfortable working with teenagers and is able to act as role-model
3. Strong communications skills. This position is an engagement development position that is devoted to developing relationships not only with the teens but with their families as well.
4. Experience with marketing events and programs to multiple audience – Marketing is a big part of increasing participation. We need someone with an understanding of how to use social media to reach and engage teens, and traditional media (e.g. email and print) to keep parents informed.
5. Creative, team builder who can help build our youth groups.

Job Duties:
1. Create an annual calendar for the junior and senior youth groups in collaboration with the NoVTY (High School) board, Religious School Director, Rabbi and Youth Committee to include one program a month for the senior youth group (NoVTY), and several key/major programs per year for the junior youth group (JETTY). Responsible for planning, implementing and staffing these programs in collaboration with parents and youth group members
2. Work every Tuesday evening as Mentor/Facilitator of Teen Programming as part of the “Teen Leadership” program.
3. Encourage leadership development through regularly scheduled meetings with the youth group board, including a monthly general NoVTY Board meeting on the first Tuesday of every month.
4. Attend with teens, when possible, various regional and local events. (Hanukkah Party, Purim Pulse, NFTY Kallahs, etc.)
5. Meet, at least twice a month, for the purpose of coordination with and supervision with the Youth Committee Chair and Religious School Director and attend the monthly youth committee meeting.
6. Key facilitator and participant in annual “Teen” Retreat.
7. Publicize all youth group events – through weekly all-synagogue email, monthly newsletter, as well as email, facebook, etc.
8. Coordinate with the NoVTY Board to write monthly newsletter articles.

Please send resume with covering letter to Moshe Ben-Lev, Director of Education at

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Beth Emeth Seeks Rel. School Teachers and Admin Asst.

May 16th, 2011 · No Comments

Hebrew School Teachers

Beth Emeth, a welcoming and dynamic Conservative Jewish congregation in
Herndon, VA is seeking enthusiastic Hebrew school teachers for its K-7
program, starting in fall 2011.  Positions are available Sunday morning,
and Wednesday and Thursday from 4:30 - 6:30 pm.  If you do not have
teaching experience, but have a love of Judaism and children, please
consider applying.  Our capable staff will provide training!  Salary is
competitive, but all teachers must be able to drive themselves (as we
are not mass transit accessible). To apply, please submit your resume
and a brief introduction to

Religious School Administrative Assistant Position

Congregation Beth Emeth, a Conservative synagogue in Herndon is seeking
a detail-oriented people-person to assist with school administration, 30
hrs/week, Mondays, Wednesday/Thursdays afternoons, as well as Friday and
Sunday mornings. Salary is competitive, but all teachers must be able to
drive themselves (as we are not mass transit accessible)

Fun, friendly synagogue environment. MS-Office skills a must. 
Knowledge of Jewish tradition a plus. 

Please send resume and introduction to Wilhelmina Roepke,

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