Founded in 1921 and located in Newton Centre, Mass., Hebrew College promotes excellence in Jewish learning and leadership within a pluralistic environment of open inquiry, intellectual rigor, personal engagement, and spiritual creativity. Its programs include a rabbinical school, a school of Jewish music, a school of Jewish education, graduate degrees and courses in Jewish studies; community education for adult learners; and a supplemental Hebrew high school and middle school.
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Hebrew College has ordained over 100 hundred rabbis who are powerfully impacting the Jewish world. Our immersive program is rooted in the understanding that a strong spiritual leader is steeped in tradition, while at the same time engaged in the emergent needs of Jewish communities in the 21st century. Our graduates have engaged in deep study of Jewish text, prayer, and practical rabbinic skills, while also looking outward at contemporary issues facing our society. Within the school’s vibrant pluralist community, students learn a deep appreciation of different forms of Judaism. They learn as well to become skilled community leaders able to navigate a diversity of needs in the communities they serve.
Our graduates all complete at least two official internships (though most pursue considerably more field experience while in school), giving them the opportunity to work in a variety of communal contexts and with different ages and populations. We have a 95% placement rate, and would be delighted to speak with you about your search for a new rabbi.
Please contact the Director of Professional Development, Rabbi Shoshana Meira Friedman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.559.8634 to learn about our simple placement process.
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Open Circle Jewish Learning, a program of Hebrew College’s Department of Adult Learning, with generous support from Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP), brings together small groups of adults throughout the Greater Boston area to study an array of topics with exceptional educators. We offer classes on Jewish mindfulness and mysticism, social action, texts and traditions, arts and culture, and Jewish history. We have a track especially for young adults (those in their 20s and 30s). And we will provide an appropriate instructor for any group of eight or more learners interested in studying a particular Jewish topic.
Main administrative coordinator responsibilities include providing support to the co-directors of Open Circle Jewish Learning (OCJL). The person in this role may also be asked to provide limited administrative support to other Adult Learning programs such as Parenting Through a Jewish Lens and Me’ah, as needed.
This is a part-time position, approximately 25-28 hours per week with some periods (the beginning of the fall and spring semesters) busier than other times of the year.
- Set up, oversee, and update registration processes (including website registration pages and registrant lists).
- Prepare faculty contracts for business office; keep copies on file.
- Attend to business-related functions (e.g., prepare purchase orders, invoices, check requests, etc.). Keep organized records of all transactions.
- Oversee class logistics. Respond to student and instructor inquiries pertaining to times, dates, and locations.
- Keep registration spreadsheets and interest lists for all program tracks.
- Oversee and regularly update social media and website postings for classes and events.
- Submit notices of classes and events to local media outlets.
- Distribute, collect, and help to synthesize participant evaluations.
- Prepare, copy, scan and/or mail curricular and other materials.
- Update shared drive resources and data pertaining to OCJL classes
- Assist with logistical arrangements (e.g., securing volunteer hosts for classes) and with coordinating and implementing recruitment events (e.g., communication with vendors).
- Keep statistics for all OCJL tracks.
- Other tasks as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree preferred
- Skill in managing several projects simultaneously
- Proven successes in an administrative role
- Strong organizational skills, with a keen eye for detail
- Solid computer capabilities
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Knowledge of and experience with the Jewish community
- Ability to leverage social media and interpersonal communications to help accomplish program goals
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: email@example.com .
Hebrew College is an Equal Opportunity Employer
At Hebrew College, we work to create an open atmosphere of trust, honesty, and respect. Harassment or discrimination of any kind — including that involving race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, citizenship, mental or physical disabilities, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other similarly protected status — is unacceptable. This principle applies to all aspects of employment, including recruitment, hiring, placement, transfer, promotion, layoff, recall, termination and other terms and conditions of employment.