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Executive Director/CEO - UJS

To apply please send your CV, a cover letter outlining your passion and suitability for the role, as well as a completed recruitment form to Hannah Brown on

The Executive Director / CEO of UJS is a hugely challenging and exciting senior leadership role with great responsibility and profound impact on Jewish Students, the wider Jewish community and broader British Society.

Operating with independence and the support of the UJS Trustee Board, the role is an opportunity for an exceptional individual to deploy their political nous, deliver results from their fundraising savvy and demonstrate how to lead successfully with low ego and high effectiveness – all the while, developing themselves while developing others.

Deadline: Friday 19th October 2018

  • London
  • Full Time
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Student Fieldworker - LJY-Netzer & RSY-Netzer

Please send a cover letter and CV to Rebecca Fetterman at ​​

Progressive Jewish Student Fieldworker

The Alliance for Progressive Judaism (Liberal Judaism & Reform Judaism) is looking for an inspirational person who is passionate about Progressive Judaism to provide community building, learning and programming for young adults, focused towards students on campus.

Deadline: Noon on Friday 26 October.

  • London
  • Contract
  • £21k
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Rosh Madrich – Ethiopian Bar/Bat Mitzvah Club - UJIA

The Leader will be responsible for:

  • Preparing for all EBBM clubs by liaising with the UJIA Mifgash Programmes Manager.
  • Attending regular training and feedback sessions.
  • Attending and ensuring the smooth running of all London EBBM clubs.
  • Working in conjunction with a Shinshin (Israeli gap year student) and appropriately dividing up the responsibilities on each club night.
  • Supervising participants of EBBM clubs to keep young people focussed and deal quickly and appropriately with any disciplinary issues.
  • Encourage and promote fundraising initiatives amongst club participants. All funds going towards the UJIA programme for Ethiopian Bar and Bat Mitzvah children.
  • Ensure evidence of learning is collated on all club attendees through completion of the programme Memory Books and photographs.
  • Looking for opportunities to promote the programme through social media and other methods
  • London
  • Contract
  • £2k p/y
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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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