Here is a list of opportunities outside of Hillel UW. If you’d like to see ways you can get involved internally, click here!
We will be updating this page periodically with upcoming opportunities for students.
Feel free to email our Undergrad Director with any new opportunities (UndergradDirector@hilleluw.org)
Reform congregation, Temple B’nai Torah, is hiring additional Religious School staff for the 2021-2022 school year
Our Religious School is growing and we are looking to hire more teachers for our program:
- Saturday morning 3rd-5th grade teacher
- Tuesday afternoon virtual Hebrew teacher
Our new Shabbat-based program offers creative and varied ways for students to engage in learning. We are looking for a collaborative, energetic teacher who shares a passion for Jewish learning and living. Our curriculum is driven by the passions of our educators. Are you into visual arts? Music? The environment? Whatever it is, we want you to use your passion to help our students understand the world through a Jewish lens.
We are also looking for a virtual Hebrew teacher for 2 hours on Tuesday afternoons. Our students learn prayerbook Hebrew in small groups (2-5 students) based on level, not grade.
Pay is $23-$26/hour, commensurate with experience. For more information and to apply, email Rabbi Molly Weisel at email@example.com.
*Rides available from Hillel for students who need a ride.
Stroum Center for Jewish Studies is hiring an Events and Outreach Assistant
The Stroum Center’s 2020-21 assistant will work in a hybrid remote/on campus format for a total of 8-10 hours per week. Hours will vary depending on the events scheduled each week and location/format will vary as the Covid-19 situation evolves. This position will be supervised by the Events & OutreachManager, but will also work closely with other Stroum Center staff.
Temple De Hirsch Sinai is hiring part-time teachers for Sunday Judaics and Midweek Hebrew Programs
- $22-$30/hr (for both teaching & prep time)
- 3.5 hrs Sunday, in-person on both the Seattle & Bellevue campuses and/or online + prep time AND/OR
- 2 hrs for Hebrew, in-person and/or online + prep time. In-person teaching is limited to Thurs from 4-6pm on our Bellevue campus.
Full job description (along with additional employment opportunities) can be found on our website, here:
Seattle Jewish Community School is looking for a PE Specialist:
SJCS has a current opening for a Part Time PE Specialist. This position is a 0.25 FTE that can be augmented with additional employment as an Instructor in our after-school enrichment program.
PE Specialist Duties Include:
- Mapping PE curriculum for the year based on best practice standards
- Connecting the PE program to recess expectations
- Documenting and tracking the progress of each child
- Completing report cards and comments 2 times per year (March and June)
- Communicating directly with each teacher via e-mail and face-to-face conversations
- Communicating directly with parents via e-mail and face-to-face conversations
- Transitioning students back to class calmly
- Maintaining equipment and being responsible for ordering needed equipment within school budget
- Engaging, with, leading sports games and supervising students during recess and ensuring the safety, security and wellbeing in accordance with Responsive Classroom practices
Qualified candidates must have at least two years of experience teaching or coaching elementary school-aged children. They must be passionate about working with children, and be flexible, organized, responsible and highly attentive with excellent communication skills. Candidates with teaching certificates or pursuing teaching certificates are preferred.
Qualified candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Temple Beth Am looking for Youth Learning Faculty: Curriculum and Facilitation Coordinator (Gan Faculty Lead)
The Youth Learning Curriculum and Facilitation Coordinator (Gan Faculty Lead) advances the mission by supporting the Youth Learning and Engagement community. This position is responsible for helping to inspire collaboration among Faculty and Teen leaders in creating, supervising, and implementing engaging learning activities to build relationships connected to Jewish Values in the Gan HaLimud (the Gan), our Jewish Supplemental Youth Learning Program for Pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade students. Learn more here.
Congregation Beth Shalom Religious School Seeks Engaging Educators for the 2021-2022 Academic Year
CBS is a Conservative Synagogue in the Wedgwood/Ravenna area, and is hiring religious school teachers for the upcoming school year for both virtual and in-person teaching opportunities.
They are looking for creative teachers to work with students as young as kindergarten and as old as 8th-12th graders. Their wide variety of programs meet on Sunday mornings, Saturday mornings, Tuesday afternoons, and Wednesday afternoons and there are opportunities to teach on one or more of these days. Interested in working with our youth and getting involved in an amazing community. Send your resume to Rachel at email@example.com.
Assistant Director of Camper Life and Inclusion—Full-Time Position: Camp Solomon Schechter is seeking a seasoned, responsible, focused individual with outstanding interpersonal and organizational skills to join our full-time camp team. Competitive Salary with room and board included during the summer session. Please click here to access the complete job description and view instructions for how to apply. Posted 4/15/2021
Camper Care Director—Seasonal Position: The Camper Care Director is a member of the summer leadership team in charge of running the camper care team—one of the most crucial departments at CSS. The Camper Care Director is responsible for the emotional well-being of the camp. The Camper Care Director utilizes various interpersonal skills, behavior management strategies, and team-building exercises from homesickness to behavior issues to working with campers with special needs. This position requires a great deal of emotional intelligence and empathy. The Camper Care Director advises counselors and works with parents on behavior strategies. Additionally, the Camper Care Director directly supervises camper care leads and works with all summer camp staff. Competitive Salary with room and board included. Benefits also include discounts for children to attend camp. Click here to apply. Posted 4/15/2021
Rosh Aidah—Seasonal Position:
The Rosh Aidah is a member of the summer leadership team in charge of one of the camp Aidot (age groups). The Rosh Aidah oversees all campers and staff in their Aidah and is responsible for communicating with other camp leadership on key matters. The Rosh Aidah directly supervises the Aidah’s counselors and must have strong leadership skills and the ability to motivate, manage, and counsel. The Rosh Aidah is also directly responsible for planning, preparing, and implementing all programs for the assigned Aidah. They will serve as the creative force for the Aidah’s programs and coordinator of all activities of cabins within the Aidah. Lastly, the Rosh Aidah will work with the Camper Care Team to ensure the health and social and emotional well-being of all the Aidah’s campers. Competitive Salary with room and board included. Benefits also include discounts for children to attend camp. Click here to apply.
Nanny position: Hi! We’re a NE Seattle family seeking an energetic and warm PT nanny to primarily play with our active 15-month-old. On some days you’ll assist with school pick ups and spend staggered time with our 4 and 8-year-old children. We’re looking for a reliable, joyful caregiver and clear communicator who is comfortable working with 1-3 kids. Kitchen tidying and simple meal prep appreciated.
– 10a – 5p, 4 days a week (flexible on which week days)
– $25 an hour
– Guaranteed hours and PTO
– January start preferred, minimum 6 month contract
– Covid cautious and safe driver with own vehicle a must
– Outdoor educator, athletic, musical and/or artistic a plus
Each day you’ll play with our 15-month old who walks, climbs and jumps like a 3-year old! He loves to be outside, play with any kind of ball, and is at his happiest when dancing. On some days you’ll pick up our 4 y.o. son from his small Hebrew immersion preschool on Queen Anne at 1pm (followed by quiet time at home or a park outing), and our 8 y.o. daughter from her small Jewish community school in Green Lake at 3:30p. Our kids all enjoy being outside for imaginary play, walks and pretty much any sport, and coming home to read stories, make art, and silly dance.
We are part of a pod that takes COVID-19 seriously. We are looking for a nanny comfortable joining our pod and who can commit to mutual protocols.
If you think you’re a good fit for our family, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Posted 1/13/2021
Help wanted for a gardening and landscaping business.…2-3 days a week based in the Capitol Hill area and beyond. Some experience necessary….full days. Pay is dependent on experience. Lots of variety, no lawn mowing. Need gardening gloves, rain gear and if possible hand shears. Please call Madelyn Katzman 206 328 3202 evenings are best, no texting please. Posted 11/6/2020
Seattle Sephardic Network: Working under the guidance of the Seattle Sephardic Network (SSN) board designee, the Community Engagement Program Manager is responsible for developing the strategies to drive the Sephardic Young Professionals of Seattle group engagement and execution of those strategies. Reposted 11/18/2020
|Applications for Cohort 8 of The Nachshon Project are open!
The Nachshon Project Fellowship inspires college juniors to pursue careers in Jewish professional leadership. Throughout a tuition-free semester in Jerusalem, fellows engage in career exploration, Israel education, Jewish learning, mentorship, and leadership development. After graduation, Nachshon Project Fellows can apply to receive generous graduate fellowships of $30,000 per year to gain graduate degrees which will lead to careers serving the Jewish world.
Know rising juniors who might be interested in this program? Nominate them! Applications are due Oct. 15.
Teen Feed works with the community to offer support to meet basic needs, build strong relationships, and ally with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets. With the tremendous support of the community, Teen Feed responds to the most basic needs of homeless and at-risk youth in the following focus areas: healthy meals and lives, youth support coordination, street outreach, healthcare access, and engaging the community through service. Click here to learn more.
Hillel UW partners with Teen Feed monthly to help provide meals to homeless youth. Please check our calendar to see upcoming dates.
The Government of Israel Economic Mission to The West Coast is looking for a new Innovation and Strategic Partnerships manager for an open position in San Francisco.
With its unique access to Silicon Valley, the San Francisco office places an emphasis on working with early to growth stage tech companies from Israel on their US market entry. The office assists companies of any size and sector but sees a high level of activity in certain industries, which receive dedicated coverage from a team member. As a member of our Innovation team, you will play a key role in supporting US-based companies in achieving their innovation and business goals while supporting Israeli companies in their efforts to enter the US market. This role would be covering an open industry vertical (e.g. Automotive, Energy, Retail, Agriculture, etc.) and specializing in creating US-Israel business partnerships and investment in the sector. An ideal candidate is a people person, professional, has great business instincts, quick learner with high energy, and has a strong desire to deliver quality results.
The 2020-2021 Student Life Associate program is a 10-month program that will begin in August 2020. Student Life Associates need to have completed an undergraduate degree program in order to participate in this leadership opportunity (current seniors and recent graduates are ideal). In addition to the resume and career building skills that your students will gain from this experience, they will also receive free housing (a large 2 room apartment), free kosher meals, a monthly stipend, health benefits and access to campus amenities including our health center, athletic facilities, diverse Jewish enrichment experiences and more! Most importantly, Student Life Associates will have the unique experience of shaping, mentoring and guiding our future Jewish leaders during a pivotal time in their lives.