Lehrman is seeking a highly motivated, energetic, reliable individual with a strong work ethic to work as an elementary school Hebrew and Jewish Studies teacher.
The ideal candidate must be a highly skilled and engaging teacher in the fields of Hebrew language, Torah, Israel, Jewish Calendar, and chaggim.
The right candidate is comfortable working in a highly collaborative environment where value is placed on the skills and passions of the discipline within a larger context of school mission and integrative thinking.
- Model the school's philosophy in working with students, teachers, and administrators.
- Work with the teachers and administrators to carry out the academic program: curriculum and instruction support, classroom management, and supervision duties
- Demonstrate professionalism, including discretion, judgment, and integrity
- Collaborate with others and be a team member
- Attend and participate in the following: services, faculty in-service meetings, student assemblies, and other school functions as requested
- Fluent Hebrew
- Experience working with elementary school children
- An appreciation and desire to work with all types of learners
- Enthusiasm for pursuing a teaching career
- Proficient in the use of technology
- A desire to work in a highly collaborative environment
A love of students is a must. College courses in child/developmental psychology or related coursework are beneficial. This is a great way to gain additional experience in the field of education and to have a positive impact on children's lives.
Lehrman provides a dynamic general and Judaic curriculum within a pluralistic Jewish environment for students 18 months through Grade 5, nurturing each child's potential, social confidence, and spirituality through engaging experiential opportunities.
Lehrman is the only pluralistic Jewish day school in Miami Dade.
Lehrman is a religiously diverse community that cultivates every child's intellectual and emotional development, preparing lifelong learners grounded in their unique Jewish identities. We strive to cultivate each children's intellectual, social and emotional development, achieving academic excellence and a deep connection to Jewish tradition.
Our dedicated faculty and low student-to-faculty ratio are just part of what makes the Lehrman difference. In both general and Judaic studies, Lehrman provides rich and meaningful learning opportunities that foster thinking and action far beyond the classroom walls. Lehrman students gain self-confidence and a love of learning. Our graduates have an impressive record of middle school acceptances at independent public, charter, and Jewish day schools.