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Youth Worker - Langdon Brady Club

For further information please contact Sonia Muscovitch, Youth Services & Jewish Cultural Manager on 07983 467674 or via email at

Langdon are looking for a creative and innovative part-time Youth Worker to support our young people in our youth clubs and holiday schemes.

Deadline to apply: January 25th, 2019

  • London
  • Part-time
  • £9.10/hour
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Graduate Office Job - NNLS

NNLS seeks an outstanding Office Administrator to provide extensive support enabling the smooth delivery of the community’s religious, educational, cultural and social action activities, pastoral provision, life-cycle events and other aspects of membership engagement. Exceptional initiative and efficiency, strong inter-personal and communication skills and willingness to work in full alignment with the principles and values of NNLS and Masorti Judaism are essential.

  • London
  • Full Time
  • £11 per hour
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Welfare Officer on Camp - RSY-Netzer

To apply, send your CV and a covering letter / e-mail explaining how you meet the person specification to

RSY are looking for qualified teachers, youth workers, social workers or appropriate therapists with at least five years post-qualification experience working with young people in their field, to work on RSY-Netzer‘s two week residential summer camps, Shemesh.

28th July – 13th August 2018 (camp begins on 30th July) plus attendance at some pre and post camp meetings, including mandatory training on Sunday 16th June (date to be confirmed) and Shemesh feedback by the end of August.

Deadline for applications is 4 February

  • Summer
  • £1.5k+
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Senior Youth Worker - Reform Judaism

Finchley Reform Synagogue is looking for an experienced, energetic and enthusiastic full time Senior Youth Worker to join their dynamic professional team.

Deadline for applications: January 25th

  • London
  • Full Time
  • £21k-23k
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Teach in Israel - Masa Israel Journey

Are you Jewish, aged 18-30 and do you have a university degree? Masa Israel Teaching Fellows aims to advance the Israeli student’s English skills is schools throughout Israel by placing them with dedicated and passionate college graduates. English language skills are key indicators in higher education and beyond. There is a stipend on 2,500 shekel for non-qualified teachers and 5,500 shekel for qualified teachers.

Masa Israel Teaching Fellows aims to advance the English communicative skills of Israeli students throughout the country.

Masa Israel Teaching Fellows operates in cities around Israel. Each city cohort is operated by a program provider that arranges housing, liaises with your schools, provides extracurricular programming and manages your day-to-day needs. The Fellowship runs from late August to June each year, with applications opening in the fall for the next year. Learn more about the details.

  • Israel
  • Full Time
  • £515-£1,134
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