Posted on November 16, 2017
Central Synagogue is a thriving reform congregation in midtown Manhattan, serving 2,300 families and the larger community. We work tirelessly toward a world in which Judaism is central to the lives of Jews everywhere and is a profound and positive force for humanity. We are relentless in our pursuit of that goal, constantly evolving to reach far beyond the walls of our synagogue to learn, worship, serve and continually redefine what it means to be Jewish today. For more information about our organization visit www.centralsynagogue.org.
The Clergy Assistant will work closely with our pulpit clergy and clergy administration team as a member of the Clergy Study. In this position, the Clergy Assistant will collaborate with two of the Rabbis to uphold and make possible the visions and priorities of Central Synagogue. This position will collaborate with the Community Organizing clergy lead, lay leaders and staff on the social justice initiatives and priorities of our congregational community, as well as support the work of our adult engagement programming. This person will act as the administrative support to two of our Rabbis; and support the Exploring Judaism & Conversion Studies program. Additionally, this position will act as the clergy study concierge, committed to enhancing member experiences, developing best practices and is gifted in both gatekeeping and customer service.
All positions at Central Synagogue require individuals to be a strong multi-taskers and independent problem-solvers, have excellent communication and project-management skills, work well under supervision and be extremely organized.
Reports To: Clergy Study Supervisor (in collaboration with appropriate Clergy)
Full-time, FLSA classification (Non-exempt and eligible for OT)
Monday – Thursday 9:00 am to 5:30 pm; Fridays 9:00 am – 4:30 pm and or equivalent
(Expected to work High Holy Days)
Date: November 1, 2017
Key Responsibilities/Essential Functions
The key responsibilities for this position will include the following:
Reporting Relationships and Decision Making
On an ongoing basis, exercises administrative judgment and assumes responsibility for decisions, consequences, and results having an impact on people, costs, and/or quality of service within the functional area.
Ability to maintain privacy and confidentiality. Strong written and oral communication a must.
The position reports directly to the Executive Assistant to the Executive Director and works closely with other departments within the Administration team. In this position, the person is the welcoming “face” of Central Synagogue; therefore, needs to be highly organized and a strong communicator with customer service experience. All positions at Central Synagogue require individuals to be a strong multi-tasker, independent problem-solver who also works well under supervision.
October 8, 2018
Sets up and breaks down events at the facilities as directed, and performs related work as required. Maintains the buildings interiors/exteriors in a clean and orderly manner; performs a variety of custodial and building maintenance duties as directed. This position is responsible for the safe and daily operations of the facilities.
July 19, 2018
Central Synagogue, a 503(c) religious organization, employs 80 full-time and 30+ part time staff positions in more than a dozen departments, including our Religious School; Nursery School and Early Childhood Center; clergy study; membership, finance, communications, technology, development, maintenance, events, and administrative support teams. Our staff, which we consider "a team," is committed to excellence in our work. Central offers generous benefits and paid time off to its employees. We invite you to review our current openings and apply here. Central Synagogue is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
X Central Synagogue will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, age, sexual orientation, sex, national origin, ethnicity, citizenship, military status, marital status, physical and mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. It is the policy of the Congregation that certain positions must be filled by persons of the Jewish faith as a bona fide occupational qualification. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment. All employees, regardless of position, are expected to maintain and contribute to this policy.