RELIGIOUS AND HEBREW SCHOOL TEACHERS NEEDED FOR FALL 2003-SPRING 2004 AT TEMPLE BETH EMETH, A Reform Congregation in Ann Arbor. Applicants should have a strong commitment to Judaism, a formal or informal Jewish education and experience working with children
Details about the school: Hebrew School meets on Monday and Wednesday
afternoons from 4:15-6:00, Religious School for preschool-grade 5 meets
Saturday mornings in two sessions from 8:45-10:30 and 11:00-12:45, Religious
School for grades 6-10 meets Sunday evenings from 5:30-7:00. We follow the
UM calendar!
Contact Terri Ginsburg, Director of Education at, 665-4744 or fax resume to
734-665-9237-attention Terri

Function as chief operating officer of Region
– report directly to and work with Director of Department of Regional and Extension Activities, and USCJ Youth Department
– work directly and cooperatively with lay leadership of Region
– responsible for effective and efficient administration of Regional office
– develop and monitor budget in cooperation with lay leadership
– work to retain and affiliate congregations
– promote and monitor all aspects of dues
– supervise, oversee, and train office personnel and youth workers
– represent USCJ and the Conservative Movement in the community
– develop and maintain a working relationship with local Federations
– work with other arms of Conservative Movement
– identify and cultivate potential funding sources
Interpret and communicate the positions, policies, and services of USCJ and the Conservative Movement
– communicate regularly and effectively with lay, youth and professional leadership of each affiliated congregation
– assist congregations in professional placement
– promote and recruit for USCJ Youth Programs
Develop, organize, and deliver programs, services, and training
– serve as resource and clearinghouseQualifications/Requirements:
Observant Conservative Jew
– minimum requirement – degree from four year university or college
– preferred – demonstrated knowledge of Judaic studies at a university or college level
-preferred – advanced degree in a field that will enhance director’s ability to be of greater service to congregations
Demonstrated experience and proficiency in:
-organization and management
-motivating volunteers
-ability to interact with and to relate to teen/preteens and their parents
-communication and public relations
-public speaking
-drafting, implementing, and monitoring a budget
-word processing and computer skillsAble to travel on regular basis to visit all affiliated congregations in Region and participate in youth activities.
Compensation: 38, 000-40,000, negotiable with experience.
Email resume to: or mail to Empire Search, c/o L. Boxer, 921 Vanderbilt Ave., Niagara Falls, NY 14305.