The Gilner Religious school is in search of energetic, creative individuals who have experience with young children and have basic knowledge of Judaics, Israel, and the Hebrew language. Our school meets for three hours (9:15 to 12:15) on Sunday mornings teaching Jewish values, holidays, prayers, and about Israel. Classes are in person with the possibility of one or more students joining the class online.
Our second through seventh grade students meet once during the week for small group virtual Hebrew instruction. The day and times vary.
? Experience in formal and/or informal Jewish education (youth groups, Jewish camping, schools, synagogue programs)
? Knowledge of Jewish content (holidays, culture, Jewish history, Israel)
? Knowledge of Hebrew
? Experience in classroom management and engaging different types of learners
? Adaptable and empathetic
? A desire to be a positive role model for young Jewish children and teens
Roles and Responsibilities:
? Plan meaningful and engaging lessons that align with goals of our curriculum with guidance from supervisor; execute lessons in an engaging, experiential, enjoyable, age-appropriate way
? Implement classroom management strategies with support from supervisor
? Communicate with parents regularly via emails and with pictures about student/class progress
? Weekly check-ins with supervisor to communicate pertinent issues relating to students and/or curriculum
? Attend occasional mandatory faculty meetings after classes on specific Sundays
Competitive salary, from $27 to $36 an hour based on experience. Please send cover letter and resume to Linda Zimmerman, Beth Shalom’s Director of Lifelong Learning, at [email protected]