N/A | Tribeca, New York, New York
Hebrew School located in Lower Manhattan is looking for a Hebrew Language teacher for an 'Ivrit B'ivrit' class, 5:00 - 6:15 on Tuesday afternoons weekly, to begin immediately.
We seek to have our students develop facility in speaking, understanding, reading and writing
Hebrew. Our Hebrew program is taught through the immersion process (Ivrit B'ivrit) wherein the teacher speaks in Hebrew and the goal is for students to do the same. Must be experienced working with elementary aged children. Please forward resume and references.
Hebrew Charter School Center | New York, New York
Full-time pre-school, elementary school and middle school Hebrew teachers, to teach in public charter schools in different locations in the US, with a diverse student population. Our network of Hebrew language charter schools employs up-to-date and rigorous approaches to language instruction, as well as provides highly specialized and on-going professional development. support.
United Synagogue of Hoboken Learning Center | Hoboken, New Jersey
We are a forward-thinking religious school that prides itself on creativity and experiential learning. If you have a passion for teaching and wish to share the joy of Judaism and the Hebrew language, then we’d love to meet you.
Why teach for us at the USH Learning Center
* Connect with an engaged Jewish community
* Reimbursement for transportation
* Competitive salary, commensurate with experience.
* Hiring for the 2015 - 2016 school year
* Multiple teaching positions available in 4th and 5th grade
Tuesdays & Thursdays 4-5:30 PM, Tutoring 5:30 - 6 PM
*Prospective candidates will be asked to demonstrate a creative lesson (10-15 minutes) that will showcase your unique approach to teaching.
*Candidates with experience in a Jewish camp setting as a counselor or teacher welcomed.
• Compensation dependent on experience, knowledge and education level. Competitive salary. Reimbursement for Transportation.
HOW TO APPLY
• Please email resume, cover letter and 2 references to Grace Gurman-Chan, Director of Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for an interview.
• Also please specify which position(s) you are applying for.
The United Synagogue of Hoboken is an intimate, warm egalitarian Conservative congregation, approximately 15 minutes from New York City, with an informal and progressive spirit and a strong emphasis on education for all adults and children. See www.hobokensynagogue.org. Easy access from NYC and NJ suburbs by public transportation. 4 blocks from PATH station. Metered parking nearby.
Adlari E. Stevenson HS | Lincolnshire , Illinois
Certified Hebrew Teacher - Part-time teaching opportunity for the 2015-16 school year.
Candidate must possess a ISBE Professional Educator License with senior high school endorsement in Hebrew. Candidate must have strong content and pedagogical knowledge.
Bi-Cultural Day School | Stamford, Connecticut
Third grade teacher for Judaic Studies and Hebrew language. Part-time, afternoon hours only.
Ilan Ramon Day School | Agoura, California
Ilan Ramon Day School, an independent community Jewish Day School located in Agoura, California, seeks an innovative, excellent and dynamic part-time teacher for its Elementary Hebrew and Judaic Studies department. Applicants need to have strong Judaic background, Hebrew and English fluency, and relevant teaching experience in Jewish day school.
Ideal candidates should be current in teaching methodology in Judaic studies (Torah, Jewish Texts, holidays, and customs) and in 2nd language acquisition. Will be teaching 4th and 5th grade.
The candidate needs to be enthusiastic, creative, a team player and able to inspire students.
Ilan Ramon Day School is an equal opportunity employer.
email@example.com or faxed (818) 707-9052 to Yuri Hronsky, Head of School.
Temple Emanu-el | Edison, New Jersey
Temple Emanu-el in Edison is looking for energetic, engaging teachers to join our team. Teachers are needed for elementary grades & middle school grades. Positions available for the 2015-2016 school year. Experience teaching Hebrew and Judaics are a plus.
Fax or email resume to: 732-549-2814 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kellman Brown Academy | Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Full and Part-Time Lower Elementary Jewish Studies and Hebrew Teachers
First and Second Grades
Opportunity to join a vibrant faculty and dynamic education team!
Kellman Brown Academy, an accredited Preschool-8th grade Schechter Day School in Voorhees, NJ seeks experienced, enthusiastic and confident Jewish Studies teachers for the 2015-16 school year.
We are seeking talented, creative educators who are familiar with current best practices and prepared to use cutting-edge tools, content, and techniques across the curriculum.
The Kesher@EC School | Cambridge, Massachusetts
The Kesher@EC School in Cambridge is seeking energetic, warm, Hebrew proficient educators interested in teaching in our updated non denominational after school and Sunday school programs. Qualified candidates will be adept at teaching Hebrew as a 2nd language, exhibit a deep knowledge of Hebrew language and culture, have facility in differentiating instruction, possess patience, a sense of humor, and love of learning, and be both organized and willing to work as part of a cohesive educational team. Located at Congregation Eitz Chaim on Magazine Street, which is near public transportation and is currently undergoing extensive renovations, the Kesher@EC school community expects its teachers will posses a passionate, charismatic, student-centered approach to Jewish learning and have the ability and willingness to work with students in various group settings using multiple teaching approaches and inspirational methods.
Fusion Academy Miracle Mile | Los Angeles, California
Fusion Academy is a fully accredited middle and high school known for its creativity, energetic staff, and dynamic teaching approach. Our teaching format is 1:1 (one student, one teacher) and we serve a variety of amazing students who just did not find success in the traditional classroom environment.
With our mentoring approach, along with the teaching, we need professionals who relate fearlessly with tough adolescents, laugh often, maintain an open mind, and are always willing to shift their approach depending on the student's needs.
Our campus has an immediate opening for a Hebrew Teacher. A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree is required for consideration, as well as a higher level Hebrew background. Teaching credentials are a plus but are not mandatory.
This position provides a one-to-one teaching experience in the areas of Hebrew 1 through Hebrew 3 at grade levels 6th- 12th. Subject matter knowledge in a majority of these areas must be solid; candidate must be prepared to teach and tutor material at a high school level immediately. In addition to subject matter tutoring and teaching, this position includes significant student mentoring
This is a part-time position with the potential for full-time.
Ben Gamla Preparatory School | Hollywood , Florida
A full-time teaching position teaching Hebrew to middle school students in the nation's first Hebrew-language public charter school. The candidate will need to be certified to teach Hebrew by Florida's Department of Education and will be expected to differentiate instruction among students with a wide range of skill and ability with the Hebrew language. The candidate should be flexible enough to thrive in an urban, public school environment with a highly diverse student body.
SPHDS-South Peninsula Hebrew Day School | sunnyvale, California
SPHDS, a Modern Orthodox Zionistic school, seeks a 1st grade Hebrew immersion instructor who will work with the 1st grade team for the 2015-2016 academic year. The position will be approximately a .32% fte position from August 2015 through June of 2016.
• Teacher will be responsible for initiating and implementing educational programs in order to instill a love of Judaism and Israel
• Our program is full Hebrew immersion with even our non-Israeli children. The Hebrew teacher is expected to create a warm and nurturing environment with only spoken Hebrew on the part of the teacher and encouragement of students to speak Hebrew as well
• SPHDS uses the Tal Am program in an immersion environment and the teacher will be expected to raise levels of Hebrew reading, writing and comprehension to prepare students for 2nd grade
• The Hebrew teacher will work well in a team setting with Judaic and General studies teachers
• Proactive and helpful communication to parents will be an important aspect of the position
A successful candidate will. . .
• Be dynamic, creative and passionate in their teaching
• Have a college degree as well as more specific training in grade school education
• Have at least 2 years of experience as a teacher of Hebrew in the lower grades
• Have a full command of Hebrew (spoken and written) and a fluency in English
• Have a deep understanding of social, emotional and cognitive development in 6 and 7 year old children
• Have a love and excitement for Judaism, Hebrew and the land of Israel and a passion for imparting this to their students
• Have strong communication skills
Hatikvah Charter School | East Brunswick, New Jersey
Hatikvah International Academy Charter School, a K-5 high performing public charter school with an enrollment of 300 students and a long waiting list is preparing to open its first 6th grade which will grow a year at a time to 8th grade and 450 students.
The school has a partial immersion Hebrew program and the Middle School will operate as a Middle Years Programme through the IB Organization.Please see the video on the school's mission page to better understand the school's Hebrew program at www.hatikvahcharterschool.com.
The school is seeking a native-Hebrew speaking teacher who is familiar with the Proficiency Approach to learning foreign language or eager to learn and grow using this approach. Candidates must have a minimum of a B.A., be able and willing to work 7:50 am to 4:30 pm (3:25 pm on Fridays), and have experience working with a co-teacher to plan and teach. Candidates should have experience with differentiation and how to use data to drive instruction. The teacher must have excellent oral and written communication skills to be able to interact with English speaking parents and colleagues.
The school is unable to sponsor visas or convert visas. Applicants must have a working visa for a U.S. public school or U.S. citizenship. The school is located in East Brunswick, NJ and applicants must have a car for transportation; public transportation is not an option in the area.
Netivot Montessori | East Brunswick, New Jersey
Experienced Early Childhood teacher to assist children in their individual development within our Montessori Yeshiva environment. The teacher serves as a facilitator in the Montessori classroom and is responsible for the functioning of the learning environment and all aspects of its day-to-day operations. Summer training will be provided. He or she will work with the Head of School and Director of Curriculum.
Netivot Montessori is a private yeshiva day school. Learn more about our school at www.mynetivot.com.
Major areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to:
Teaching all areas of Jewish Studies: Parasha, Tefilah, Chagim, Jewish Values.
•Preparing the Montessori classroom environment to meet the students’ needs and interests.
•Presenting consistent individual and group lessons to the students and supporting each child’s direction and success.
•Maintaining student records, reports, and evaluations.
•Participate in field trips as necessary.
•Excellent communication skills and ability to collaborate as a member of a team.
•Attending weekly team meetings and meetings with the Head of School and Director of Curriculum.
•Communicate with parents via phone and email as needed.
•Continuing professional development and participating in recommended conferences, training programs, courses, and other areas of professional growth.
Requirements for Early Childhood Teacher Position:
•Successful applicants must have clear (or negative) TB and pass criminal background check
ichelle Pincus email@example.com 732-985-4626 ext. 2 511
Hannah Senesh Community Day School | Brooklyn, New York
Seeking Kindergarten Hebrew/Judaics teacher for Fall 2015. Education degree, early childhood experience, and Hebrew fluency required. K-8, diverse and progressive Jewish Day School in Downtown Brooklyn. Email resume to: Phyllis Sussman, Judaic Studies Coordinator, Hannah Senesh Community Day School firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the school visit the web site at www.hannahsenesh.org
Hannah Senesh Community Day School | Brooklyn, New York
Seeking middle school Hebrew teacher for Fall 2015. Fluency in Hebrew language, education degree and experience working with children required. K-8, diverse and progressive Jewish Day School in Downtown Brooklyn. Email resume to: Nir Rikman, Hebrew Language Coordinator, Hannah Senesh Community Day School email@example.com. To learn more about the school visit the web site at www.hannahsenesh.org.
PJ Library, Harold Grinspoon Foundation | Advance, Indiana
PJ Goes to School, a division of PJ Library, is seeking a dynamic, sharp, self-directed educator with knowledge of early childhood and Jewish education to provide professional development, teacher coaching, and create curricular resources to work with the PJ Goes to School initiative.
Reporting to the Director of PJ Goes to School, the candidate will work closely with Jewish educators and communal organizations, providing professional development and individual consultation. The position requires strong attention to detail, flexibility, excellent computer skills, and the ability to multi-task, prioritize, and communicate clearly both in speaking and writing. The candidate will be responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with new PJGtS communities and supporting existing communities. Travel is required.
Hillel | LA/SF, California
We are looking for a passionate Israel educator who understands the complexities of Israel education to become part of Hillel International’s new Israel Action Program (IAP). The top candidate will understand the nuances of the different entry points for Israel action opportunities, and use their stellar relationship building skills to mentor and support Hillel professionals.
The regional coordinators are responsible for managing relationships and creating Israel education, engagement, and experiences with the local campuses. All regional coordinators will report to the Director of the Israel Action Program, at Hillel International’s Washington, DC headquarters. Regional coordinators will map the different current activities and entry points for future Israel Actions initiatives. Additionally, they will build relationships and mentor Hillel professionals on campuses in their respective regions, with a special focus on a few campuses that have been identified as key priorities. They will build other strategic partnerships in their respective region as well. Ultimately they will design and implement an educational intervention with their specific campuses and regions.
For more details: https://hillel.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.dspjob&jobid=291650&company_id=15725&version=1&jobBoardId=1112
Milken Community Schools | Los Angeles, California
Milken Community Schools, the largest 7-12 community Jewish day school in the United States, seeks to hire an enthusiastic educator to serve as a Middle School Hebrew teacher and a Middle School Advisor.
The successful candidate will:
•have a Bachelor’s degree and a genuine interest in working with Middle School students
•have experience teaching Hebrew as a second language
•demonstrate a willingness to complete the NETA teacher training this summer
•demonstrate an innovative and energetic approach to teaching language
•demonstrate knowledge of ACTFL language standards, 21st Century skills, differentiated instruction and project-based learning
•have pedagogical experience with a wide variety of technology formats, platforms and applications
•be committed to professional growth and professional sharing
•work collaboratively with members of the World Languages department as well as teachers in other disciplines to provide a rich and integrated program
•advisory experience with Middle School students is a plus
For consideration, please submit a resume and a cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adlai E. Stevenson High School | Lincolnshire, Illinois
Licensed Hebrew Teacher - Part-time teaching opportunity for the 2015-16 school year.
Candidate must possess an ISBE Professional Educator License with senior high school endorsement in Hebrew. Candidate must have strong content and pedagogical knowledge.
Online applications are required (http://www.d125.org). Applicant should upload a letter of interest, current resume, professional references and transcripts.
Rodeph Sholom School | New York, New York
Rodeph Sholom School (RSS) is an independent Nursery through 8th Grade Jewish Reform day school. RSS is the largest feeder school in Manhattan and places students into the New York City independent and highly select public high schools. RSS has a rigorous independent school curriculum infused with Jewish values. Our graduates are socially responsible individuals who place into upper level courses and take on a multitude of leadership roles at their ongoing high schools.
The Hebrew program of RSS centers on the importance of teaching Hebrew for reading religious texts, forming a connection to Israel, and developing a Jewish identity through ethics and values. Hebrew teachers also play a central role in designing lessons and programs to observe the Jewish holidays.
The Middle School division of RSS (grades 5-8) is seeking exceptional candidates to teach Hebrew at a Reform Jewish day school. The ideal candidate is an experienced classroom teacher who is able to differentiate instruction while teaching students a second language. Though the language of instruction is English, candidates must be fluent in Hebrew.
Teachers also serve as advisors; in this capacity, advisors meet with a small group of students every day and oversee their day-to-day lives. Duties may include, but are not limited to: helping students organize materials, teaching students how to ask questions and advocate for themselves, reinforcing the school’s values, helping students navigate social situations and serving as the communication link between home and school.
Please send resumes and inquiries to: email@example.com
AJA US | Atlanta, Georgia
Proficient and experienced Hebrew teacher for an Orthodocx oriented high school
Liat Kadosh : firstname.lastname@example.org
Modern Orthodox Yeshiva | New Rochelle, New York
Modern Orthodox Yeshiva in New Rochelle seeks Full-Time Judaic Studies Teacher for Kitah Gimel and Hebrew Immersion Teacher for lower grades for fall 2015. Native Hebrew speaker with teaching experience required. Salary is $40,000 -- 60,000 depending on experience and training
Solomon Schechter School of Greater Hartford | Hartford, Connecticut
Solomon Schechter School of Greater Hartford is seeking an exceptionally talented and qualified individual to become our full-time Director of Hebrew Language and Hebrew Teacher. The Director of Hebrew Language and Hebrew Teacher has two primary focuses. The first is the active development of the Hebrew faculty aligned with the vision for Hebrew Language at SSDS in accordance with the Proficiency Approach. The second is to teach Hebrew.
The Director of Hebrew Language and Hebrew Teacher leads the Hebrew faculty collaboratively and is a member of the educational leadership team. This position will support the work already begun by the faculty with Hebrew at the Center and will assure its continued implementation. S/he reports directly to the Head of School.
• Bachelor's degree or advanced degree from an accredited university or college
• Fluent Hebrew speaker
• Experience with the Proficiency Approach
• Leadership experience (administration or teacher leader)
• Experience teaching students Hebrew
• Exceptional oral and written communication skills
• Enthusiasm for mission and vision of SSDS of Greater Hartford and strong commitment to embrace and promote its culture
Professional and Personal Qualifications
• Exceptional listening skills and sensitivity to the needs of others
• Collegially inclined with peers; a willing communicator and collaborator; enthusiastic team player
• A belief in the ability for people to grow and change
• Comfortable working within a fast paced dynamic school environment
• Unquestionable personal integrity, excellent judgment, sound instincts, diplomacy and patience, and strong work ethic.
All resumes should be sent by email to: Andrea Kasper, Head of School email@example.com.
varries | per assigned, Pennsylvania
Teach Hebrew to preschoolers using my fully developed hands-on curriculum. I will provide you
with the schools you will go into as well as the lesson plans and all materials needed. You just execute! The program is very successful, really loved by students, teachers and parents! Each student receives a full set of materials which they manipulate and play with according to your directions.
The hours are approximately 8-12 per week and the pay is $45 per hour.
Please contact Sharon if you are interested at 610-457-6442
SAR Academy | Riverdale, New York
- Maternity Leave Coverage for Judaic Studies, SAR Academy, Riverdale, NY
SAR Academy, a Modern Orthodox day school in Riverdale, NY, is seeking an experienced, Lower School Judaic Studies teacher who can temporarily cover a Judaic Studies class during a maternity leave, beginning March 25, 2015. Candidates should have a knowledge of and ability to teach textual skills in an Ivrit b’Ivrit environment and to transmit a love of Torah and mitzvot.
Please contact Jennifer Fenster at firstname.lastname@example.org to apply for this position.
Hebrew Academy (RASG) | Miami Beach, Florida
The Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Hebrew Academy (www.rasg.org) is a Modern Orthodox Jewish day school serving 570 students spanning Early Childhood through grade 12. The mission of the Hebrew Academy is to inspire and equip students to achieve their greatest potential academically and spiritually by focusing on their individual attributes and instilling eternal Torah values in a changing world.
Hebrew Academy is seeking teachers for the following positions for 2015-2016:
• Early Childhood General and Judaic Studies
• Lower Elementary Judaic Studies
• Lower Elementary General Studies
• Middle School Judaic Studies (female)
• Middle School / High School Ivrit (Grades 6-12)
• High School Judaic Studies
• High School Science
• Judaic Studies Support Specialist (Grades 1-12)
email@example.com Attn: Rachel Weinberger
The Emery/Weiner School | Houston, Texas
The Emery/Weiner School in Houston, Texas is seeking a part time Hebrew teacher. We are looking for a passionate, energetic and skilled teacher who is flexible and creative. We are seeking a teacher that is able to use technology in a multitude of applications. Applicants should be able to teach all levels of Hebrew language. Applicants should have a Bachelors Degree and experience in teaching Hebrew as a second language.
Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy | Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
We are looking for an energetic, creative, and skillful educator to join an incredible team of dynamic teachers. The successful candidate will have a strong background in teaching Hebrew as a second language and Jewish Studies. Hebrew fluency, teaching experience, and a drive to teach Hebrew and Jewish thought to children overflowing with excitement and curiosity every day.
• Actively work to instill a love for Judaism and the Jewish people, traditions and prayers
• Teach T’fillah to selected classes from 1st to 8th grade as well as lead daily prayer in the lower grades as well as Middle School students (6th-8th)
• Have a passion and commitment to teach Hebrew/Judaic Studies
• Work with our committed and spirited faculty to continue developing and implementing Hebrew/Judaic curriculum
• Assess student performance formally and informally and communicate this to the Principal of Jewish Studies.
• Keep up with the discipline’s “best practices” and work to help identify key texts, ideas, materials and supplies that work to reflect the school’s mission of academic excellence
• Communicate with students, teachers, and families to ensure the highest quality educational experience for our students
Integrate Technology in the classrooms using: Mac, Ipad, Mimio (same as SmartBoard), Apple TV, etc.
Please email your resume and letters of recommendation to Deborah Rubin, Administrative Assistant to Maya Scwartz, our Head of Hebrew and Jewish Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org
Upper East Side of Manhattan Day School | New York, New York
Teachers of Nursery 2s through pre-kindergarten
Positions beginning September 1, 2015
Full time & part time positions
Knowledge of Hebrew a plus
Minimum of 3 years experience
Creative, dynamic teachers
Salary commensurate with experience
email resume and cover letter to email@example.com
American Jewish University | Los Angeles, California
The Department of Hebrew Language of the American Jewish University invites applications for a renewable lecturer/coordinator position starting in the fall of 2015. Located in Los Angeles, American Jewish University (AJU) is an eclectic, dynamic institution open to students, faculty, and staff of all faiths that offers four primary academic programs: AJU College of Arts & Sciences (Undergraduate), the Graduate Center for Jewish Education, the Graduate School of Nonprofit Management, and the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies. This position serves our academic programs (with four levels of instructions servicing approximately 50 students) and the Whizin Center for Continuing Education (with 150 students in classes at the university and other locations throughout the Los Angeles Metropolitan area).
Applicants should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, three original letters of reference with contact information, a statement of educational philosophy, recent student evaluations, and a sample syllabus for a content course in Hebrew studies. Application material should be sent to Lorri Gums, (firstname.lastname@example.org). Questions can be directed to Rabbi Cheryl Peretz, Associate Dean, Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies, (email@example.com). For more information about American Jewish University, visit our website www.aju.edu.
Beit Rabban Day School | New York, New York
The Job and Responsibilities:
• A full time teaching position teaching general, Judaic and Hebrew subjects to approximately 15 students.
• Potential opening in early childhood (3-5), primary grades (K-2) or intermediate grades (3-5).
• Work with the whole class and small groups.
• Differentiate instruction for different learning styles and needs.
• Help to create and implement interdisciplinary units of study.
• Support the social and emotional growth of the students.
• Make learning visible with daily communication home to parents.