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Informal Jewish Educator - JCoSS

JCoss is looking for an energetic and motivated Jewish educator, with a good head for logistics and a passion for working with young people. You should have a track record of project management and enjoy working as part of a dynamic JCoss team. Building and maintaining relationships should be your ‘thing’ – this is definitely a role for a people person.

  • London
  • Full Time
  • £21k-£23k
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Youth Leader - Belsize Square Synagogue

To create a welcoming, fun, and enthusiastic environment for the youth of Belsize Square Synagogue (BSS) to connect with one another and grow in their faith. To do so by being responsible for the development and provision of social activities for the Synagogue’s children and young people. To work at all times within the Jewish ethos of BSS so as to build a sense of community within the youth of BSS to help provide an opportunity for both spiritual and social development. The Youth Leader is an integral part of BSS, to facilitate social and personal development and to build the confidence of young people and to help young people expand their religious experience. It is essential that the youth leader is highly visible within the community.

  • London
  • Full Time
  • £23k-£25k
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Project Worker - Streetwise

Streetwise is looking to recruit a Full Time Project Worker with experience and enthusiasm in working with young people through informal education. The candidate should have an interest in the personal and social issues young people face in today’s society

  • North London
  • Full Time
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Limmud Festival Administrator (2) - Limmud

Limmud has an exciting opportunity for exceptional individuals to be part of a committed team supporting the delivery of a range of Jewish learning opportunities at our annual Limmud Festival.

You will join the small staff team of this grassroots organisation, working alongside our fantastic volunteers, guiding participants through the registration process, working with presenters from across the world, and providing administrative support to the Limmud Festival team in the run-up to and during the event.

Deadline to apply: Sunday 24 June

  • London
  • Contract
  • Competitive
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Programming, Communications and Marketing Director - New London Synagogue

New London Synagogue is looking for an energetic, creative ProCo & Marketing Director on a part-time basis. Go ahead and download the job description for more information.

 

  • London
  • Part-time
  • Up to £25k
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Services Coordinator and PA to the Rabbi - Westminster Synagogue

For more information please email gary@westminstersynagogue.org.

A dynamic, independent, progressive synagogue of over 500 families in Knightsbridge, London, is seeking a caring competent professional to serve as the ‘Services Coordinator and Personal Assistant to the Rabbi’, to perform a wide range of high level and routine executive administrative tasks. Ability to read and write in Hebrew to an intermediate level a must.

  • London
  • Full Time
  • £25k-£30k
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Office and Events Assistant - Jhub

This is a busy job at the very heart of the organisation and the post holder would be assisting all aspects of JHub’s activities and engaging with different organisations and individuals. JHub is looking for someone who displays a positive attitude, is pro-active and who enjoys building relationships with all sorts of people.

  • London
  • Full Time
  • £22k-£24k
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Sunday Morning GalimTeacher - Alyth

Please contact mike@alyth.org.uk by 11 June for more details.

Alyth is looking for a well-rounded Jewish Educator to work, with them, on their Sunday morning programme for school years Rec-6 (4-11yr olds).

 

  • London
  • Part-time
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Operations Team - University Jewish Chaplaincy

If you are passionate about Jewish life on campus and want to be part of an organisation that empowers, promotes and enriches student life on campus, then join Chaplaincy‘s dynamic and fast-paced office team!

For more information and for a full job description, email office@mychaplaincy.co.uk.

  • Full Time
  • £23k-£30k
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evolve Youth Social Action Coordinators - JLGB

For more information and to apply: Please send your CV and a cover letter to: vacancies@jlgb.org

JLGB are looking for exceptional, experienced and passionate people to join our evolve youth social action team to coordinate and deliver our national volunteering awards and accreditation programmes.*
The ‘evolve – young volunteering and skills initiative’ is JLGB’s response to the ever-changing needs of young Jewish volunteers. evolve is a revolution in youth volunteering, creating an age-progressive volunteering journey removing faith and cultural barriers to participation for Jewish young people throughout primary and secondary school and on to university.
Each year through national awards, including the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, National Citizen Service and Open College Network Accreditations, evolve enables and equips thousands of Jewish young people to fully engage in meaningful social action, enhancing their employability and transferable skills to become active citizens in their local community and wider society.
As we expand evolve to reach over 15,000 young people over the next three years, JLGB is excited to recruit more Youth Social Action Coordinators who will lead on:
  • Increasing young people’s participation in volunteering and social action through evolve, with specific delivery targets for each award, using a range of digital systems to keep effective and up to date records.
  •  Delivering a retention and communications strategy to raise the level of completion ratesacross awards, providing supportive, encouraging and inspirational leadership to all young people, staff and volunteers throughout the experience.
  • Building further our strong partnerships with schools to prioritise youth volunteering, liaising with key teaching staff, Heads of Year and Informal Educators to deliver a full engagement plan, including launch assemblies, volunteering fairs, follow up sessions and parent’s evenings.
  • Working closely with new and existing partner charities, youth groups and synagogues to help them in becoming more youth friendly and faith sensitive, actively supporting them to develop and upload exciting volunteering opportunities to the evolve online platform.
  • Managing events, seminars and the creation, planning and delivery of award graduation ceremonies.
  • Ensuring all JLGB’s safeguarding standards, policies and procedures are closely adhered to.
The chosen candidates will be hard-working, enthusiastic and reliable and will need to be sensitive to the needs of faith communities when working with JLGB’s young stakeholders and their families, and be respectful of their observance, dietary and practise needs.
*Successful candidates will be required to be flexible in their approach and the work will include some evenings, Sunday and weekend work as well as summer residential programmes.
  • London
  • Full Time
  • £22k-£25k
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