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Youth Director - Hampstead United Synagogue
Jobs Closing Date: 
Friday 19th July 2019

£4,000 per annum

Part Time – 8 hours per month

 

Hampstead Synagogue is a vibrant place with great potential for its youth. The community is warm and welcoming, benefiting from a friendly and informal atmosphere that embraces communal diversity.

We seek to recruit a Youth Director with real passion for working with Jewish youth (ages 11-18), able to provide informal educational and social activities, building their Jewish skills and knowledge.

The successful candidates will be required to participate on one Shabbat per month during term time and on some festivals, together with facilitating weekday youth activities once or twice per term including weekend preparation.

You will need to be charismatic and enthusiastic and have an excellent track record in youth leadership and a desire to promote modern authentic Judaism to all our youth.

Applicants should have initiative and good communication skills, and the ability to organise and administer events and programmes independently and as part of a team.

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Apply:

To apply for any positions at the US, please complete both Application Form 1 and 2 indicating which position you are applying for and email both forms to hr@theus.org.uk.

If you are applying for more than one position, please complete a form for each position.

Please read the Guidance Notes below prior to completing your application.

 

Downloads

Guidance Notes

Application Form - Part 1

Application Form - Part 2

 

Apply:

To apply for any Rabbinic position at the US, please complete both Application Form 1 and 2 indicating which position you are applying for and email both forms to hrrabbiapplications@theus.org.uk.

Please read the Guidance Notes and the Guidelines for Rabbinic Applicants carefully below prior to completing your application.

 

Downloads

Guidance Notes

Guidelines for Applicants to Rabbinic posts

Application Form - Part 1

Application Form - Part 2