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South Hampstead Synagogue
Conference & Event Venue Manager
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Contract: full-time, permanent

Salary: £30,000 - £40,000 (dependent on experience)

Do you have experience in marketing, organising and running Conferences & Events?

We have a rare and fantastic opportunity for the right person to join our team in our new, state-of-the-art, modern and flexible building to support us in expanding our established events business targeting the Jewish community; and in addition to this develop a conference business for the wider market with the support of a successful conference consultancy.

This is a full-time role, which we are pleased to be able to offer in a hybrid working capacity to a candidate with the right fit.

To view the job description and apply for this position,
please visit: www.theus.org.uk/jobs

Closing date for applications: Sunday,16th June 2024

The United Synagogue is committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety and welfare of children and vulnerable adults. Successful applicants will be required to provide a self-disclosure once shortlisted and subject to an enhanced DBS check within the recruitment process. We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role. Therefore, if you are interested, please submit your application as early as possible.

The Office of the Chief Rabbi (OCR)
Internship
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Internship at the Office of the Chief Rabbi

The Office of the Chief Rabbi (OCR) is looking to recruit a committed and proactive intern to join this fast paced, high profile public office. The OCR Internship is offered to an outstanding graduate who has demonstrated a commitment to community service and Jewish life. This graduate placement will provide an excellent introduction to the Jewish community across the UK and to the work of the OCR.

The role includes:

· Providing logistical and administrative support for key projects and initiatives being run by the OCR team

· Editing audio, video and written communications

· Updating and maintaining the OCR website

· Administrative support to the Chief Rabbi’s Centre for Community Excellence

· Accompanying the Chief Rabbi to events and assisting with photos and videos

· Developing and improving the OCR database

· General assistance in the office

Person specification:

Essential

· Hold Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent

· Excellent organisational skills with attention to detail and ability to manage several projects at once

· Strong written and verbal communication skills

· Ability to show initiative and flexibility

· Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work as part of a team

· An understanding of the Jewish community

· Identifies with the ethos and vision of the Office of the Chief Rabbi

Desirable

· Experience in using video editing software

· Familiarity with website content management

· Experience in graphic design

The successful candidate may be expected to work and attend meetings and events outside of office hours. The role itself requires flexibility to adapt to the changing needs of the OCR.

Salary: £24,000 per annum.

This is a full-time graduate placement starting in September 2024 for 1 year. To apply, please submit your CV with a covering letter explaining why you are suited to the role to careers@chiefrabbi.org with ‘Intern’ in the subject field.

All applications must be received by midday on: Monday, 10th June.

S&P Sephardi Community
Community and Youth Rabbinical Couple
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Lauderdale Road Synagogue, the flagship synagogue of the S&P Sephardi Community is excited to welcome a Community and Youth Rabbinical Couple to join their team.

The couple will be required to engage, enthuse and support all members of the Community at every stage of their life cycle, plan and deliver a broad variety of educational, cultural and social programmes, with particular focus on pastoral care and inspiring our next generation.

Responsibilities will include overseeing weekly children and youth services, creating exciting new programmes to inspire and engage our youth and their families, and developing their strong links to the Community as they pursue further education, start careers, and embark on married life.

Foremost, we are looking for a couple to actively build relationships with everyone at Lauderdale Road, regardless of age, attendance, or observance, reach out to new members, as well as supporting the current Rabbinic team.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please visit www.sephardi.org.uk/communityrabbinic view detailed job descriptions and to complete our online application forms.

Application deadline: 7 June 2024

For more information about our community, please visit our website https://www.sephardi.org.uk/lauderdale/

For any questions, please email recruitment@sephardi.org.uk

Registered Charity No.212517

Mizrachi Melbourne
Senior Rabbi
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Mizrachi Melbourne is centrally located in the heart of Australia’s largest Jewish Community and is the city’s preeminent Religious Zionist Organisation.

Our current Senior Rabbi & Rebbetzin - Rabbi Dr Alan & Via Kimche are returning to Israel in March 2025 at the end of a successful contract.

Mizrachi Melbourne is therefore seeking to appoint another exceptionally committed couple to build on their outstanding achievements and continue pathing the way forward towards our future growth. Mizrachi is dynamic and multifaceted. It embraces a range of active synagogues, dailyminyanim, Leibler Yavneh College (Crèche – Year 12), the Torah MiTzion Beit Midrash and Midrasha, Kosher Australia, Emunah and a vibrant Bnei Akiva youth movement. It also has direct involvement in the Melbourne Eruv.

Mizrachi is now searching for an innovative, energetic and dedicated Senior Rabbi who, together with an active and engaged Rebbetzin, will build on our impressive communal track record and further strengthen Mizrachi’s commitment to Torah learning, religious life and the State of Israel.

The successful candidate for this critical leadership position will be:

- Driven to build on our impressive communal track record and further strengthen Mizrachi’s commitment to Torah learning, religious life and the State of Israel;

- An accomplished Torah scholar with broad secular knowledge and proven experience in deciding halachic questions;

- An outstanding leader with strong interpersonal skills an effective teacher capable of engaging the community at all levels;

- Able to drive communal growth with vision and imagination; and a passionate advocate for the State of Israel with a willingness to actively engage in communal religious and Zionist activities.

For a confidential discussion or further information on this exciting opportunity please contact Mizrachi President - Benji Jotkowitz on + 61 419 008 500. Alternatively send your resume directly to president@mizrachi.com.au.

Perth Hebrew Congregation
Youth Director
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The Perth Hebrew Congregation (PHC) is offering an incredible opportunity for a dynamic and passionate individual or young couple to join our team.

If you're ready for a challenging yet rewarding role in youth education and engagement, where you can make a positive difference in our community, then this is the position for you! The main responsibility of the role is to proactively drive Em Power: our religious, social, educational and cultural programs that engage and connect Jewish youth for life. 

What we offer:

• a supportive work environment

• a generous budget for social, educational and cultural events

• a library of world-class educational materials

• a competitive salary package for a full-time 2-year contract

• a fully equipped home, a car and more!

Go to www.thephc.com.au/careers for the position description and more details or email Jianele at office@thephc.com.au