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North Shore Temple Emanuel looking for a Director of Education – Part Time

Director of Education, Part-time, 25 hours/week

North Shore Temple Emanuel (NSTE) is one of the largest Progressive congregations in Australia with 525 member families. Situated on Sydney’s North Shore, NSTE has served its community for over 55 years. This egalitarian congregation celebrates the spirit and contribution of its diverse community, from many countries, backgrounds, and different life stages.

Reporting to the Board of Directors’ Executive, the Director of Education forms part of the NSTE Leadership Team, with a focus on education programs for Years K – 6.

The role involves developing, selecting and updating existing curriculum for Hebrew and Jewish learning, leading, managing and developing teachers, liaising with parents on all matters relating to students’ progress, identifying and marketing school growth opportunities, overseeing the school financials, ensuring school reports are produced, and representing the school with relevant external organisations.

The incumbent will possess a graduate degree in Education, with relevant senior level management experience, be proficient in Hebrew and possess a current WWCC and drivers’ license. Highly sought competencies include a passion for Jewish life and Hebrew learning, strong interpersonal, verbal and written skills, and the ability to lead and motivate a team.

Candidates must be available to work Sunday mornings and Wednesday afternoons during school term, with flexibility outside of these times.

Interested applicants are invited to forward a cover letter and resume via email to:

Ruth-Anne Cohn, Vice President, North Shore Temple Emanuel by 2 March 2018



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