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Johnson Capital - The Lion Group
9/13/2011 2:20 PM
Openings: 2-3
Schedule: Weekdays
Hours per
Week: 10-40
Wage/Salary: 0
Start Date: ASAP
End Date: None in mind
Johnson Capital-Lion Group (JCLG) is a national commercial real
estate debt/equity placement shop. In the last year alone, we
have funded over $1 Billion in deals are starting to see renewed
confidence and transaction volume in the market. We are looking
or 2-3 hands-on, motivated and smart go-getters to source, place
and process deals. This position is as much about going out,
networking, meeting various real estate players and building
career-long relationships, as it is about understanding the
numbers and values behind the deal. This is an excellent
opportunity for someone who wants to experience evaluating the
income/financials of a property, meeting real estate
investors/developers, and making a substantial bonus on any
deals that close as a result of their efforts.
Please email/fax a cover letter and resume to
Address :
Contact Information
*I agree with EEOC Statement (above): YES
*Salutation: Mr.
*First Name: Sherwin
Middle Initial:
*Last Name: Aryeh
*Address Line 1: 1801 Century Park East
Address Line 2: Suite 1550
*City: Los Angeles
*State: CA
*Zip: 900674
*Country: United States
Map of Address Above: Online Map
*Phone: 424-244-0805
*Email: saryeh@lioncg.net
Send me e-mail announcements :
Website: www.johnsoncapital.com
Posting Information [Edit]
*Job Location: Century City, CA
*Job Category : Finance
*Position Type: Full-Time Entry Level
Full-Time Experienced
Internship - Paid
Internship - Unpaid
*Work Authorization : Now or in the future, will require employment visa
Graduation Start:
Graduation End:
*Degrees : Bachelor's
*Majors: All Business Administration Majors
*Post Date: 9/7/2011
*Expiration Date: 10/7/2011
Show Contact Info: Yes
Allow Online
Applications : Yes
First Name: Sherwin
Middle Initial:
*Last Name: Aryeh
*Address Line 1: 1801 Century Park East
Address Line 2: Suite 1550
*City: Los Angeles
*State: CA
*Zip: 900674
*Country: United States
Map of Address Above: Online Map
*Phone: 424-244-0805
*Email: saryeh@lioncg.net
Send me e-mail announcements :
Website: www.johnsoncapital.com
Posting Information [Edit]
*Job Location: Century City, CA
Hebrew Tutor
10/9/2009 7:43 AM
We're looking for a Hebrew tutor for a 4th grade girl through December. Location could be either Sherman Oaks or West Los Angeles.
Contact Ray and Lisa Pitesky at 818-785-3097.
Social Media + Community Relations Intern
10/26/2009 2:05 PM
Title: Social Media + Community Relations Intern
Timeline: November 2009 – May 2010
Location: Telecommute position (unpaid)
Credit: Optional
Work Schedule: 10-15 hours per week
Responsibilities include the following:
• Recruit, Listen, and Participate with new and current followers on all JChoice social media outlets: Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn.com, TwitWall, TwitPic, YouTube
• Create partnerships with other Jewish communities, synagogues, and non-profits to promote Causes
• Develop and foster relationships with advisory board members, invite them to blog, and post info on social media outlets
• Mentor our Causes on how to utilize JCjoice videos and social media tools to help with their fundraising goals and efforts
• Support all outreach efforts for TheBarMitzvahRegistry.com
• Document workflow (Google Docs) 
• Attend weekly Skype meetings with and report to Social Media Manager
• Passionate about social media
• High energy and ability to work well in a team environment
• Strategic thinker and keen sense of the Internet
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Create a Professional Development Plan with Social Media Manager
• Network with JChoice.org advisory board members, staff members, and community leaders via LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Skype meetings, and in-person
• Receive college credit and build resume
• Receive business cards with title for networking
Send: Cover Letter & Resume to Dave Rizzotto, Director of Operations, drizzotto@jchoice.org by October 31, 2009
Social Media + Marketing Intern
10/26/2009 2:09 PM
Title: Social Media + Marketing Intern
Timeline: November 2009 – May 2010
Location: Telecommute position (unpaid)
Credit: Optional
Work Schedule: 10-15 hours per week
Responsibilities include the following:
• Recruit, Listen, and Participate with new and current followers on all JChoice social media outlets: Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn.com, TwitWall, TwitPic, YouTube
• Foster relationships with Synagogues and Causes to promote JChoice.org’s mission and goals
• Assess social media outreach plan (Google Analytics, Google Alerts, TwitterGrader.com PressReleaseGrader.com WebsiteGrader.com)
• Create content and Maintain Google AdWord campaigns (including budget and traffic reports for Eexeutive Director)
• Research and participate on blogs, op-ed articles that discuss Tzedakah lessons and philosophies
• Support all outreach efforts for TheBarMitzvahRegistry.com
• Document workflow (Google Docs) 
• Attend weekly Skype meetings with and report to Social Media Manager
• Passionate about social media
• High energy and ability to work well in a team environment
• Strategic thinker and keen sense of the Internet
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Create a Professional Development Plan with Social Media Manager
• Network with JChoice.org advisory board members, staff members, and community leaders via LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Skype meetings, and in-person
• Receive college credit and build resume
• Receive business cards with title for networking

Send: Cover Letter & Resume to Dave Rizzotto, Director of Operations, drizzotto@jchoice.org by October 31, 2009
5/11/2009 4:44 PM
Beth Chayim Chadashim is looking for experienced and
creative teachers to teach elementary and middle school
aged children on Shabbat mornings in the school year
For more information please see the attachment
Campus Minister
6/2/2009 9:11 AM
Loyola Marymount University's Campus Ministry has an opening for a Campus Minister/Hillel Advisor.
Please see the attachment for more information
Chaperone needed to escort teens from LAX to Ben Gurion Airport, Israel
3/25/2009 12:07 PM
Seeking responsible individual to supervise approximately 50 teens participating in Ramah Israel Seminar leaving from LAX airport on Tuesday, June 30 on a non stop flight to Israel.
Chaperone’s responsibilities will conclude on arrival at Ben Gurion Airport Wednesday, July 1.
Will receive an open round trip ticket to Israel from LAX at the cost of $600.
If interested, please contact ramahisrael@jtsa.edu
Jewish Educators
5/26/2009 11:53 AM
Large Westside conservative synagogue seeking enthusiastic, dynamic, and responsible Jewish Educators to teach in our Hebrew School.   5 hours a week.  Sundays from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM and Wednesdays from 4:00pm-6:00pm.  Experience with children and Hebrew proficiency necessary.  This is an excellent opportunity to work with children in the Jewish community and make a difference!!! Please email resume ASAP to nfainberg@sinaitemple.org or fax to 310-943-5414.
Specialty Staff Supervisor
4/28/2009 10:23 AM
The Specialty Staff Supervisor is a Lead Staff member who is the direct supervisor and resource for all Alonim Specialists.  The Supervisor helps develop the program of each specialty area in camp by assisting Department Heads in creating interesting, new, and challenging programming that meets the educational goals of Camp Alonim.  The Supervisor works with Department Heads in discipline and evaluation of staff, procurement of supplies, and any specific schedules pertaining to specialists.  The Supervisor also has responsibilities overseeing the living areas of staff and planning staff recreational activities.
• Supervise and evaluate (both verbally and in writing) all Alonim Specialists and Department Heads throughout the summer
• Help Department Heads develop progressive, age appropriate, safe, and Jewish based programming.
• Scheduling and assignments for Chug (recreational activities), and Omanut (art activities).
• Procure supplies (with approval from the Program Director) as needed for specialty areas of camp
• Supervise the maintenance and upkeep of staff housing throughout camp including the Pinchev (brown trailer), white trailer, and BCI rooms
• Plan and run camp appropriate staff recreational activities in the evenings after camper lights out.  Activities must be planned for all open nights that are not already occupied with meetings, nights out, and Shabbat. Staff activities can be any kind of party, teambuilding exercise, in house movie night, etc. that stays within the rules of Alonim.
When seeking assistance or help:
• The Program Director is your direct supervisor and an excellent resource.
• The Associate Director is also an excellent resource for issues related to campers and or/counselors.
Next Generation
5/8/2009 1:41 PM
 "next generation" job board, Jobfox. Since we have companies currently hiring in the Los Angeles metro area, this would be a great resource for the students and alumni.
Our job board is free to users and our URL is: http://los-angeles-jobs.jobfox.com/. Jobfox is unique because it matches users to jobs based on their skills.
If you are interested, please email me at vclark@jobfox.com or call me at 703-748-0162 ext.1139.
Victoria Clark
Online Manager
7926 Jones Branch Rd. Suite 1100
McLean, VA 22102

Jewish Programming Directors
Mandel Center for Jewish Education of the JCC Association of North America
2/2/2009 6:29 PM
Are you an educator looking for a great summer job? Love camp? Want to make a difference in the lives of Jewish children?
The Mandel Center for Jewish Education of the Jewish Community Centers Association of North America is seeking qualified educators to serve as Jewish programming directors at JCC resident camps this summer.
Jewish programming directors will work with camp directors to strengthen Jewish life, Jewish learning, Jewish identity, and Israel experiences for campers and staff alike. The successful partnership between the JPD and camp director will make Jewish experience and learning an integral part of every aspect of camp life. 
The position will pay $7500.
Positions will be available at JCC resident camps in California, Georgia, Maine, New York, Ohio,Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Ohio and Canada.
Visit website or e-mail melanie@jcca.org.
For more info or to apply, click here.
Summer Publishing Intern
3/30/2009 1:39 PM
Join our highly collaborative firm—Behrman House, the country’s leading educational
Judaica publisher—as a paid summer intern for 2009.
As a summer intern you will be able to:
• Work directly with members of the editorial and administrative staff.
• Be engaged by intellectually challenging projects, such as writing catalog and brochure copy, reviewing manuscripts, assisting in research for book projects, writing captions for and cataloging the images in the firm’s art and photo library, and assisting in maintenance of the firm’s database.
• Learn about every aspect of book publishing: how and why we decide to publish a specific title, manuscript development, working with designers, commissioning art, selecting photos, and the production and printing process.
• Enjoy a modern workspace that fosters collaboration among colleagues but also allows for private space.
We want you to be interested in Jewish studies and either education or publishing and to be
able to work independently, switch readily between different tasks, and work on more than
one project at a time.
Strong writing skills are a plus.
Behrman House is located in Springfield, NJ, approximately 15 miles west of the southern tip
of Manhattan. We have an editorial staff of seven people, and a total of 15 employees.
Please fax letter of application, resume, and writing sample to 973-379-7280, or email to
One-Time Erev Shabbat Service Leaders &/or Rabbinic/Grad Student Education Fellow
AJU Campus Programming and Student Life Group
7/28/2008 12:22 PM
Serve the AJU resident population once, twice or on a part-time basis for the 2008-2009 academic year.  Residents comprise a small, close-knit yet diverse community of approximately 50 undergraduates as well as graduate/apartment residents. 
Compensation for leading Friday night services including meal blessings:
- Stipend: $100 per Friday night service/meal per week. 
- Friday night dinner cost covered for services leader
- Dorm room for services leader for Friday night-Saturday evening as needed

Coordinator position responsibilities include:
- Weekly Erev Shabbat services while classes are in session
o Leading the service or coordinating/delegating to another knowledgeable and spirited individual
o Includes leading or coordinating meaningful and engaging Shabbat meal blessings
o Joining residents for the full Shabbat meal at least once a month to interact, converse and give brief d’vrei torah
- Occasional havdallah leading (not more than monthly)
- Serving as a religious advisor and mentor as needed
- Meeting with residents for personal guidance, upon resident request
- Teaching interested residents on service leading or another topic
- Bi-weekly meetings with the Director of Residence Life
- Compensation: $250/semester plus Friday night stipends when leading.
Friday night services are needed while classes are in session as student needs dictate, approximately 12-15 times a semester. 

To apply for the Coordinator position or sign up for a specific week, please contact Johanna Karasik at jkarasik@ajula.edu or 310-440-1568. 
Youth Advisors
1/27/2009 3:38 PM
Temple Beth Haverim USY is Looking for some Fun & Enthusiastic People!!!
The TBH Youth Department has positions open for youth advisors to assist with events for our Junior and Senior USY groups.
If you have been looking for a way to have fun and make a little extra money on the side, this is the job for you. Participate in exciting activities and events with our TBH kids and make new friends in other USY chapters throughout the region.
This is a perfect job for local college students, and/or parents who are looking for part-time work. Temple Beth Haverim is a conservative temple located in Agoura Hills, in the beautiful Conejo Valley.

If you are interested in finding out more about this great opportunity, contact Gail Fridstein at 818-889- 0264 to get the details.
Volunteer - Renaissance Pleasure Faire
1/27/2009 4:56 PM
Wanted: Talented, interactive, energetic performers to serve as time travel guides. 
For more information please see the attachment.
2/20/2009 8:46 AM
Tutor available- all levels- for Hebrew Language, Judaica, Israel advocacy, and/or how to be an activist. BA from UCLA in Jewish Studies, teaching credential from Michlalah Jerusalem College for Women, taught years of Hebrew and Judaica in Jewish Day School and High School, fluent in modern and Biblical Hebrew (and Spanish). Extensive background in lobbying and political activites relating to Israel and the Middle East. Articles written about my activities.
Esther Kandel
e-mail: Eskandel@aol.com
310 251 5129
Driver - Tutor
3/9/2009 12:19 PM
Looking for a female driver to pickup my two daughters from Bel-Air Prespeterian Pre-School located at 1600 Mulholland drive and bring them home to 2311 Roscomare Rd, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday at 3pm.  If interested you may stay longer and tutor my second grader daughter on her home work till 6pm.  This job is paying $10/hr.
3pm to 6pm  Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday job
Please contact Ned Yousefzadeh 310-428-6822  ned.yousefzadeh@yahoo.com
Assistant - Part time
3/9/2009 8:48 AM
New Love Film - award winning filmmaker Dan Katzir's production and distribution company - specializes in Jewish themed documentaries. One of our recent films Yiddish Theater: A Love Story received marvelous reviews in the LA Times and NY Times and played at the Laemmle Theatres around town for four and a half months.
We are looking to hire a part time assistant. The main job is telemarketing - calling institutions and introducing our films to them. It's a part time job - about 5-10 hours a week, $8 an hour, to be done from our office in the mornings/early afternoons. We need someone with great phone skills and good organizational skills because there's a lot of follow up involved.
Interested candidates should send a resume and a short cover letter to me at: ravit@newlovefilms.com
Ms. Ravit Markus, Producer NEW LOVE FILMS W: 323-939-3261 C: 310-210-1162 E: Ravit@newlovefilms.com

Need help in the afternoons/evening
3/9/2009 8:48 AM
Helping 8 year old boy do homework, while mom gives baby a bath.
No house cleaning
No cooking
3 to 5 days a week
Approx 20 hrs a week
$10 an hour
15-20 minutes from the UJ (Studio City up in the hills)
City Internship Programs
3/27/2009 9:59 AM
Mayoral College/Grad Student Summer Internship Program - Deadline March 31, 2009
With internship opportunities in each of the Mayor's Office departments, the Summer Internship Program will bring in college and graduate school students from around Los Angeles and across the country and provide them with an invaluable, hands-on experience working at City Hall.
For info and application, go to:  http://www.allianceresourceconsulting.com/intern
White House Internship Program
The White House, Office of Media Affairs
3/9/2009 12:23 PM
President Obama launched the White House Internship Program for his administration and announced that applications are currently being accepted for the summer of 2009. Those selected to participate in the program will gain valuable job experience and an inside look at the life of White House staff while building leadership skills.
“This program will mentor and cultivate young leaders of today and tomorrow and I’m proud that they will have this opportunity to serve,” said President Obama. “I look forward to working with those that are selected to participate and I want to commend all who apply for their desire to help through public service to forge a brighter future for our country.”
In addition to normal office duties, interns will supplement their learning experience by attending a weekly lecture series hosted by senior White House staff, help at White House social events, and volunteer in community service projects.
The 2009 Summer Internship program runs from May 22 to August 14, and the submission deadline is March 22, 2009.
Interns will be placed in a departmental office for their internship. Below is a list of departments in the Office of the President and the Office of the Vice President where interns could be placed.
     * White House Department of Scheduling and Advance
     * The Office of Cabinet Affairs
     * The White House Communications Department
     * The White House Office of Public Liaison and Intergovernmental Affairs
     * The Office of the First Lady
     * The White House Office of Legislative Affairs (OLA)
     * The Office of Political Affairs
     * The Office of Management and Administration
     * The Office of White House Counsel
     * The Domestic Policy Council
     * The White House Office of Presidential Personnel
     * Office of the Vice President
Janet Blum
Executive Director
Westside Economic Collaborative
More info & application instructions
Youth Director
2/12/2009 1:36 PM
We are currently looking for a Youth Director for both the synagogue and the Pacific NorthWest Region of USY.
Job Title: Youth Director of the Pacific Northwest Region of United Synagogue Youth (USY) and Congregation Beth Israel
Job Description:    This position is responsible for the overall management, program development and relationship to synagogues, of a pre-eminent Conservative youth program  as well as the overall management and program development for the Congregation Beth Israel informal youth program.
Job Requirements: Candidates will be considered if they are observant Conservative Jews; have demonstrated knowledge of Judaica; have experience in Informal Education working with teens and lay leadership; have earned a 4 year college degree; possess excellent communication skills, both written and verbal; have the ability to travel; are confident and skilled in developing and delivering programs, services, and training. 
The ideal candidate for this position will love working with teens and pre-teens, have USY experience, be Bogrei Netiv, have excellent organizational skills, and possess a charismatic sense of humor.
This is a full-time position that includes great benefits, including all Jewish holidays.  Please send letters of inquiry and resumes by email to PNWBIyouthdirectorposition@gmail.com  or by mail to
Congregation Beth Israel
4350 Oak Street
Vancouver, BC    V6H 2N4
ATTN: Rabbi Infeld
Susanne Gumprich
Office Assistant
Congregation Beth Israel
4350 Oak Street
Vancouver BC   V6H 2N4
Ph:   604 731-4161
Fax: 604 731-4989
1/27/2009 4:33 PM
"One of our donors has requested the services of a student here at AJU to serve as a driver some evenings.
Name:  Mr. Louis Colen
Phone Number:  310-553-8441
Pay:  $15.00/hour
Please call him if you are interested
1/27/2009 3:32 PM
Tutor needed for high school Algebra 2.  Walking distance from AJU. Flexible hours - rate negotiable.  Please contact Sherry at 310-889-7989
Part-time Childcare
Nikki Reed-Nicoll
1/27/2009 3:37 PM
Our daughter is six years old and attends a school called Curtis which is right across the street from Millken High School on Mullholland.  The hours would be from 3:30PM to 7PM daily and basic responsibilities would be to pick up Sophie, take her to our home in Northridge or to afterschool activities.  We prefer someone over 21 who has experience with small children. Must be non-smoking and not allergic to cats as we have 2.  CPR training is a plus.
The pay is 12 - 15 dollars and hour based on experience.
Part-time Childcare
1/27/2009 3:36 PM
Wanted a responsible and pleasant student
To pick up from school and watch over 2 girls
(7 & 12) In Sherman Oaks
For afternoon/evening hours (App. 2:30-7:00)
For more details please contact
Tamar 818-9081097 (evenings)
Tamar 818-9081097 (evenings)
Goldman Fellowship
American Jewish Committee
12/12/2008 1:19 PM
AJC offers an annual Fellowship for highly qualified students interested in the nexus between international and domestic policy and the Jewish community.  Placements are in major cities in the United States and around the world, including New York, Washington DC, Brussels and Melbourne. The program is very select and puts a premium on strong mentorship.  Goldman Fellows will participate in a trip to Berlin as part of a debriefing process.  Application due January 31.
Complete information and application
Summer Employment Opportunities
BIMA and Genesis at Brandeis University
11/14/2008 11:31 AM
Looking for professionals with significant experience in the arts and/or Jewish educational settings with high school students.
Please see the attachment for more information
Passport to the World
11/11/2008 11:55 AM
BBYO is recruiting staff for its "Passport to the World" summer programs -- ranging from staffing trips to Israel, Europe, Costa Rica, and South Africa. 
Please see the attachment for more information
Director of Israel Programs
11/10/2008 9:10 AM
Milken Community High School seeks exceptional candidates for the position of Director of Israel Programs.  The Director of Israel Programs oversees the development and implementation of a three year, comprehensive program for the Tiferet Israel Fellowship (10th – 12th grades), which centers around a semester long program for second semester 10th grade Milken students at the Alexander Muss campus outside Tel Aviv.   The Director of the TIF will work with and supervise the Administrator of the TIF.  The Director will also directly oversee and coordinate the following aspects of the TIF:
• Large scale educational development for all three phases (10th, 11th and 12th grade) of the TIF
• Planning and implementing the “follow-up” program for the each TIF class who lived and learned in Israel during the Spring semester
• Instruction with 11th graders who return to continue development of student skills
• Planning and implementing the orientation programming for the TIF class who will live and learn in Israel in each Spring semester
• Communicate with parents, students, faculty members at MCHS and AMIIE (Alexander Muss) and other stakeholders on larger educational matters pertaining to recruitment for and operations of the TIF in conjunction with Milken educational leadership
• Educational and administrative details as they emerge
• Act as a clearing house for other Israel programs connected to Milken
• Recruitment and application process for TIF
• Budget oversight
• Fundraising
• Public relations and marketing of the Fellowship
• Accompany the TIF Fellows to Israel in February for the first 7-10 days of their experience at the Alexander Muss Institute for Israel Education
• Teach two classes at Milken.
Enjoy travel, politics, history and working with teens? Get paid to do all four!
11/10/2008 1:36 PM
Etgar 36, a summer travel program for Jewish teens, is looking for staff. Etgar 36 offers cross-country journeys in which teens develop their American and Jewish identities as well as become empowered to get involved politically and socially. As a staff member you will be able to see America, help develop the future leadership of the American and Jewish community, and get paid. Previous work with youth and involvement with youth groups/summer camp a plus. Applicants should be in good physical shape. Rising Juniors and older only. For more information on the program and to apply for a staff position please see the Etgar 36 website or e-mail etgar36@etgar.org.
Chanukah Camp
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters
9/24/2008 3:25 PM
Hiring Cabin Counselors, Kitchen Staff and Specialists .
Please see the attachment for more information
Senior Grant Writer
11/3/2008 2:55 PM
Organization: Los Angeles Regional Foodbank is a nonprofit organization that distributes food to over 875 charitable agency sites located throughout Los Angeles County.  The Foodbank is one of the largest in the country with an annual budget of $10 million, a 96,000 square foot facility, and a staff of 75 employees supplemented by volunteers.   The Foodbank is located south of Downtown Los Angeles.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate must be able to create effective partnerships in both the nonprofit and for profit sectors, possess strong writing skills, skilled at strategic analysis and planning. Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Communications, Marketing, Nonprofit Management or related field and 2-4 years proven proposal writing. Relevant experience in nonprofit development may be substituted for a degree.
Job Duties: The Senior Grant Writer will research prospects, write and edit persuasive proposals, prepare proposal packages, track foundation / corporate grants, prepare an annual grant application schedule and prepare and submit reports.
Contact:          Human Resources Department
                        Los Angeles Regional Foodbank
                        1734 E. 41st St.
                        Los Angeles, CA 90058-1502
                        Fax:      (323) 234-0943
                        Email:   jobs7@lafoodbank.org
                        Web:    www.lafoodbank.org
Email résumé in a Microsoft Word file with cover letter and recent salary history.
No phone calls. No faxes. No US mail.

The Los Angeles Regional Foodbank is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Baby sitter
11/14/2008 11:28 AM
Jewish working mom, is looking for a student to work part time in the afternoons to assist me with my kids etc... pick up from school, help with homework, etc...  If interested please call Stephanie at 818-926-0819
Senior Campaign Executive
Jewish National Fund
11/14/2008 12:04 PM
Candidates for this position are preferred to have a minimum of 5 years’ fundraising experience. All candidates must have some knowledge of and familiarity with the Los Angeles area Jewish community. This individual will be responsible for identifying and developing major gift prospects and one-on-one solicitations. They will work directly with our Sapphire Society (Women’s major gifts), Commercial Real Estate and Capital Group, and will strategize and implement new initiatives aimed at raising major gifts. They will also be involved in coordinating parlor meetings and special fund-raising events for the National Campaign. This person will co-staff all major dinners and will be responsible for major donor special events under the supervision of the Zone Director. The ideal candidate will have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, as well as excellent computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel and database). A graduate degree is preferred but not required.
Please send resume with salary requirements to: humanresources@jnf.org
Volunteers & Paid Staff Needed for AJU Celebration of Books 11/9/08
10/7/2008 11:56 AM
The Celebration of Jewish Books is an all-day family festival presenting lectures by over 30 world renowned authors, children’s activities, music, dance and a Glatt Kosher Food Court. Thousands of books will be on sale with book signings by authors.
Sunday November 9, 2008 from 9am-3pm @ AJU Familian Campus
We need help the day of the event! Volunteers get to spend a few hours with one author, and are responsible for greeting that author and guiding him/her around campus. Other volunteer positions include information booth and assisting in kids arts and crafts booth.
Paid staff positions include set-up, ushering, ticket sales, will call booth, and more.
Caroline Schweich
Fizz Communications
tel: 323 957-2326
email: cschweich@sbcglobal.net
Student Volunteers
2008 Moriah Golf Classic
10/13/2008 12:28 PM
The Moriah Society's membership, made up of leading real estate professionals is committed to continuing professional education, networking and to raising money for the university's scholarship fund.  During the last seventeen years Moriah Golf Classic has contributed more than one and a half million dollars to scholarships, thanks to the generosity of our tournament sponsors.  The real winners of this tournament are AJU students, the future architects and builders of our community.
100 persent of the proceeds raised by the Moriah Golf Classic go directly to student scholarships.....
Your participation does make a difference.  Please contact Reggie Nudell at 310-440-1211 or email rnudell@ajula.edu.
Monday, November 3, 2008
Valencia Country Club
27330 North Tourney Road
Valencia, CA 91355 (661) 287-1880
8:00 - 10:00 am
Meet and Greet our Guests
Continental Breakfast Included
9/23/2008 11:49 AM
Looking for someone who could take care of two wonderful and fun children (10 year old girl, 12 year old boy) on a 
very part-time basis, occasionally on weekday evenings, or weekends.  
This is not a job with a set schedule, but rather variable and flexible.  Perfect for someone who likes kids and wants just a few hours of work a week, or more when available.
We live in Brentwood, (Sunset exit off of the 405 or Sepulveda.)  Not far from the AJU.
Salary negotiable.  Own transportation required.
Please contact Karen @ 310-476-4126 / Cellur 310-909-3674
Administrative Assistant
9/23/2008 2:16 PM
Los Angeles Jewish Symphony is looking for a 20 hour/week office assistant. Requires standard office computer skills, knowledge of graphic software, organizational experience and ability to deal with the public. Will have the opportunity to participate in event coordination, publicity and marketing activities. Convenient location. $300/wk. E-mail or fax cover letter and resume to: info@lajewishsymphony.org or 818-827-3903.
Glenridge Homeowners Association
9/23/2008 3:55 PM
Person(s) needed as a messenger in a private community.  Please see the attachment for more information.
9/24/2008 11:52 AM
Looking for a friendly, honest, tidy woman to move in rent-free/utilities paid with my 88 year old Mother near UCLA.  Own bedroom w/internet hook-up, own bathroom, cable TV, shared kitchen in exchange for nighttime commitment: needs to be home from 10:00 pm until 9:00am (most nights).  No pets.  Non-smoker: Own transportation.
Compensation: $500.00
Start date: October 1st, 2008
References a must
Please contact:
Deedee Kirkwood @ 323-465-3040 or email ddsoul@aol.com
Messengers Needed
Glenridge Homeowners Association
9/24/2008 3:09 PM
Person(s) needed as a messenger in a private community.  Please see the attachment for more information
NFL Graphic Artist Intern
9/25/2008 3:09 PM
We are a full-service talent agency with over 50 clients in the sports and entertainment industry and some of our top clients include Vida Guerra (model/entertainer), Kerron Clement (World Record Holder, Track Sprinter), Sara Jean Underwood (model) and Kim Caldwell (American Idol/TV Personality). Q2 Sports & Entertainment is seeking a non-paid Graphics Artist Intern to work in our NFL Division. The intern will be responsible for designing graphically rich material that will be used to recruit NFL prospects. Examples of past material can be emailed to interested applicants upon request. If you would like to apply, please email your resume and portfolio to alex.tilton@q2-sports.com. More information about the Company can be found at our website (www.q2-sports.com). Also, please feel free to email us any questions regarding the internship.
8/22/2008 10:07 AM
Beth Chayim Chadashim is looking for experienced and creative teachers to teach on Shabbat mornings in the school year 2008-2009.  The teacher will work closely with the Director of Education to lead family learning, plan individualized and experiential curriculum for children 5-11in Hebrew reading, Tefillah, Torah and Jewish Holidays.  The program meets Shabbat mornings (except for the third Shabbat of the month) from 10am-1pm.  (Teachers arrive at 9:30 for a 10am program and finish at 1:00pm.)  Teachers work in a collaborative environment and receive ongoing training in curriculum development, student assessment and strengthening of pedgogical skills.
Interested teachers should e-mail a letter and resume to the Director of Education, Leah Zimmerman at leah@bcc-la.org.
Student Worker
Career Planning Center-JVS
8/22/2008 10:19 AM
Primary responsibility will be to enter center usage data into the internal database daily. Will also assist with all Resource Center operations including covering reception, answering multi-line phones.
For more information please see the attachment.
9/8/2008 1:44 PM
Seeking a responsible individual for childcare every Wednesday and Friday from 3 pm - 6:30 pm.  Responsible for picking up 12 year old from middle school, in Sherman Oaks, and taking to soccer practice at Balboa Park in Encino.  Soccer practice is 1 to 1 1/2 hours (you must wait for him to finish) and then bringing him back home to Sherman Oaks until I get home.
Must have proof of insurance and willing to submit to background check.  Will pay a minimum of $15/hour for the right person.  If you are interested, please contact Deby at 310.488.4884 or email deby@earthlink.net.
Student Worker
Jewish Vocational Service
8/20/2008 9:46 AM
Primary responsibility will be to enter center usage data into the internal database daily.
Please see the attachment for more details.
8/22/2008 10:03 AM
Looking for someone to help me with errands on a part time basis...I manage our family's 8  apartment buildings on the westside and need help running errands, meeting work people, maybe pick up our son at Milken HS....2-4 hours per day...flexible, need someone who is organized and can drive ..hours can be flexible...Howard Gelberd   310-962-0202..
9/2/2008 2:43 PM
I am in need of a Babysitter for my 3 elementary aged children.  A small amount of driving is required.
TIME:  Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 3:15p.m. to 6:15 p.m.
If interested, please contact Cindy at either  818-730-9200 OR CINDYFHIZAMI@EARTHLINK.NET

9/2/2008 3:16 PM
We are in need of a student to drive my mother who is 90 years old twice a week to a scheduled appointment or function from her home in her car. 
For more information please contact:
Jeff Pollack
Phone: (310) 459-8556
Fax: (310) 454-5046
9/5/2008 10:09 AM
Part Time Driver / Nanny needed for weekday afternoons 2-6pm range. May be as few as 3 aftns (12 hours) or as many as 5 aftn.s 20 hours. TBD. 2 wonderful boys 3 & 5yrs both SSW Students may need transport to Sherman Oaks residence. Seek an active person who can prepare snacks, bounce a ball, read a book, play checkers, set a table. Both parents work from home studio. Send a note to Jennifer at jdavisid@pacbell.net or phone 323-791-6841
Senior Classroom Assistant
7/28/2008 2:49 PM
Senior Classroom Assistant’s responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Assisting teacher in implementation of lessons, special              programs and overall classroom content
Occasional teaching opportunities
One on one tutoring with students identified as needing enrichment
Adat Ari El Religious School is a dynamic, interactive, family centered learning institution.  We are proud to offer:
Creative family programming several times throughout the year including holiday programming and Family Shabbat programs
Opportunities for adult learning and socializing
A hands-on environment that marries our exciting curriculum with many different learning styles and techniques
Small, inclusive class sizes which afford our students individualized attention, adaptation to special needs and lesson plans tailored to our students interests
Adat Ari El is a supplemental Judaic studies program which meets Tuesday afternoons from 4:00pm to 6:00pm and Sunday mornings 9:00am to 12:00pm.  
Salary commensurate with experience.  For more information or to send your resume please contact Johannah Sohn, jsohn@adatariel.org
Judaica Sunday School Teacher
7/31/2008 2:06 PM
Temple Beth Ami is curretly looking for the following:
Judaica Sunday School Teacher for 2nd and 3rd graders.  It's twice a month from 8:30am to 12:30pm.
Hebrew Teacher for both 4th and 5th graders or 6th and 7th graders. It's twice a week, Tuesday and Thursday 4:00pm-6:00pm.
Temple Beth Ami is located at 23023 Hilse Lane, Santa Clarita, CA 91321.
Please contact Teri at (661) 255-6410 for more information.
Hebrew Teachers
Temple B'nai Hayim in Van Nuys
7/28/2008 2:10 PM
Energetic, enthusiastic, bi-lingual (Hebrew & English), experience teachers to teach Hebrew, Bible, Israel and Holidays. Grades K-6th.
Please see the attachment
Kadima Advisor
Adat Ari El, a Conservative Synagogue in the San Fernando Valley
6/4/2008 5:01 PM
Looking to hire a Kadima advisor to work with our 4th-6th graders beginning in September, 2008.   
Please see the attachment for more information
If interested please contact
Julee S. Levine
Adat Ari El
Director of Youth Education & Programs
Masor Youth Department
Trana & Ronald Labowe Confirmation/Seminar Institute
12020 Burbank Blvd.
Valley Village, CA 91607
818.755-3488 (phone)
818.766.2284 (fax)

6/4/2008 2:00 PM
Internship with production and development company working in features, television, animation, and representing an Israeli company in content and visual effects/animation for outsourcing.
Primary activities – development, financing.
Looking for someone who is responsible, organized, good researcher, computer skills, and ability to speak, read somewhat in Hebrew.
Responsibilities will include research, office duties; and depending on performance, some hands on.
Company located Wilshire Blvd. between La Cienega and Fairfax area.
Hours – Somewhat flexible. Minimum 2 x/ week for 4 hours each time.
Send cv to:
Teachers Needed
5/1/2008 1:42 PM

Please contact:
Ellen Goldberg—310-277-2661 or send resume to elleng@templeisaiah.com
The Kohn Summer Intern Program
1/22/2008 9:56 AM
The Kohn Summer Intern Program is an innovative 8-week program for college undergraduates who would like the opportunity to work in Jewish communal service and have a demonstrated commitment to the Jewish community. The Kohn program is sponsored by Jewish Vocational Service in San Francisco and is geared towards students whose primary residence is the Bay Area (and attend colleges all over the country).  Participants are placed in professional positions at leading Bay Area Jewish communal agencies to gain valuable work place experience, and receive supervision and mentoring from Jewish community leaders.  Additionally, students are introduced to volunteer opportunities in the Jewish community, and exposed to issues currently facing the Jewish community.  The summer of 2008 marks the 23rd year of the Kohn Summer Intern Program. 
The primary objectives of the program are for participating interns to:
1.       Develop professional and practical skills by performing fieldwork in a Jewish communal agency.
2.       Evaluate opportunities for future professional or volunteer involvement in the Jewish community.
3.       Increase knowledge of current issues facing the Jewish community.
4.       Gain familiarity with the structure of local Jewish agencies.
 The Kohn Summer Intern Program is a highly competitive program.  Applicants must be:
Residents of San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma, the Peninsula or the Greater East Bay (limited spots available for the East Bay).
Undergraduates who have completed at least one year of college.
Able to demonstrate a commitment to the Jewish community.
In good academic standing, with demonstrated leadership qualities.
Interns have the opportunity to work in a variety of settings, including, but not limited to, marketing, public relations, finance, journalism, Israel advocacy, event planning, and direct service with youth or the elderly.  Interns will collaborate with their supervisors and Kohn Program Staff to ensure a productive and meaningful work experience at their placement agencies. Kohn Program Staff will match interns to work sites according to expressed areas of professional interest and skill.  JVS cannot guarantee placement at specifically selected Jewish agencies.  It is also important to note that each year a different group of agencies host Kohn interns and, therefore, JVS cannot predict if an agency that hosted in 2007 will host again in 2008.  
The Kohn program begins with a mandatory orientation on Monday, June 16th, 2008 and concludes on Friday, August 8th, 2008.  Applications are due in full by March 3, 2008.  Please visit www.jvs.org/kohn.htm to download an application. Questions? Contact jewishprograms@jvs.org or 415.782.6225.

6/18/2008 1:14 PM
Congregation Ner Tamid is a Conservative synagogue located in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. There are 625 families and 290 students in the Religious School.  We are looking for Religious School teachers for the 08-09 year to teach Jewish history, Jewish holidays, Hebrew and prayer.
The school hours are Sundays from 9am-12pm and Monday- Thursday 4pm-6pm.  Not every grade meets on every day.  A variety of hours and grades are open for next year.
Pay is according to the Bureau of Jewish Education scale and is commensurate with experience.
Please send resumes to Ami Berlin at Congregation Ner Tamid either via email (aberlin@nertamid.com) or by fax (310-541-1370).  Call 310-377-6986 with questions.
LA County Arts Internship Program
6/4/2008 5:01 PM
The Los Angeles County Arts Internship Program provides 10-week paid summer internships (40 hours/week) to eligible full-time undergraduate college students.  Students are paid $350/week to work in nonprofit literary, performing and presenting arts organizations and municipal arts agencies throughout Los Angeles County.  Interns also participate in additional educational components provided by the Arts Commission (and supported by a grant from the Getty Foundation).
To be eligible to participate, students must meet the following criteria:
*Students must be currently enrolled (full-time) in a community college, four-year college or university program.
*Students must be undergraduates and not scheduled to graduate before December of the year in which they participate.
*Interested students are not required to have demonstrated a previous commitment to the arts.
*Students must either reside in Los Angeles County or attend school in Los Angeles County.
This is a summer internship program.  Interns will work for a specified ten-week period between June and September.
Students apply directly to the arts organization providing the internship.  Participating organizations are listed on the Los Angeles County Arts Commission web site at http://www.lacountyarts.org/internship.html
For further information, visit the Commission's web site or contact:
John Arroyo, Organizational Development Coordinator (213) 974-1396
Counselor - Summer CAMP
4/8/2008 2:06 PM
Summer day camp for young children (ages 3 to 10) who have mild to moderate special needs.
Please see the attachment
Director of Youth Programming Job Description
Congregation Beth Am - San Diego, CA
5/14/2008 11:43 AM
Congregation Beth Am in San Diego, California, seeks a creative, exuberant, talented and motivated educator to serve as Director of Youth Programming. The Youth Director is responsible for the programming and administration of Sr. USY (9th-12th grades), Jr. USY (7th-8th grades), Kadima (4th-6th grades) and Mahar (2nd-3rd grades).  Our Youth Department is one of the largest and most active in the Pacific Southwest Region, continually growing and expanding in size and programming.  The Director must have a strong background in Jewish education and prior experience working with Youth.
Responsibilities include hiring and supervising of staff, developing social, religious, fundraising, social action and Israel programming for all age groups, staffing regional and local events and working with the other members of the synagogue’s senior staff.  The Director of Youth Programming is also responsible for college programming with former Beth Am youth members.
The Director of Youth Programming must possess excellent administration, communication and programming skills and have the passion to develop the Jewish youth of today into the Jewish leaders of tomorrow.  The Director must be comfortable working with children of all ages, relating to members of the synagogue and those of the Jewish community of San Diego, and strive to provide a warm and caring environment for the youth of Beth Am. 
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Rabbi Matthew Earne, Congregation Beth Am, 5050 Del Mar Heights Road, San Diego, CA 92130, by fax at (858) 481-6068 or by e-mail: rabbie@betham.com
Student Worker for Summer
5/14/2008 11:47 AM
Undergraduate Admissions is looking for a student worker this summer.  You do not need to have federal work study money to apply.
We are seeking an organized and self-motivated person to give campus tours, talk with prospective students, answer phones, help with mailings and enter student information in our computer database.  Please have strong computer skills and be comfortable interacting with people.  If you are interested, please contact Julie at 310 440-1247 or jbrydon@ajula.edu to schedule an interview.
Assistant to Director
Bnai Zion Foundation, Western Region
5/7/2008 3:53 PM
The position is suited for a friendly, refined professional who can perform both administrative and fundraising tasks and has achieved some success in raising funds. This is a small office whose focus is on major gift solicitation to benefit specific humanitarian projects in Israel.
• strong communication skills both verbal and written (including e-mail, letter writing, newsletter articles)
• answer phones (should be professional w/proper phone etiquette)
• general office and organizational skills (setting appointments, maintaining files)
• coordinating fund raising and donor cultivation activities, including cultural events and gala dinners
• can work well and respect individuals across the religious spectrum
• proficient in Microsoft Office
Hours:  Monday to Friday
Location: Warner Center, Woodland Hills
Salary:  Commensurate with experience
References required
Questions and resume and cover letter submissions can be directed to zevliten@bnaizion.org.
Jewish Educators
5/7/2008 10:30 AM
Large Westside conservative synagogue seeking Preschool Jewish Educators. We are looking for dynamic, creative, and enthusiastic individuals with current knowledge of preschool best practice. 
Please fax resume to 310-943-5417.
Michelle Basch
Douglas Family Early Childhood Center
Sinai Temple
Alumni Coordinator
Hebrew University of Jerusalem/rothberg International School
4/10/2008 11:07 AM
The Office of Academic Affairs of the Rothberg International School seeks an enthusiastic, motivated individual as the part-time Alumni Coordinator in the New York office.
The Office of Academic Affairs markets the Rothberg International School programs in the United States and coordinates recruitment efforts, admissions, and orientation of American students attending the various Rothberg School programs.  In addition, the Office of Academic Affairs maintains continuous contact with families of Rothberg students, with colleagues on campuses and national organizations, and with alumni.
. Assist the Director with overall plan for recruitment, marketing and
advertising. Includes: market research, establishing target markets, coordination of promotional mailings and advertising plan.
. Organize recruitment schedule for office
. Recruit and Train alumni for outreach events
. Maintain schedule of e-recruitment and office marketing
. Edit monthly alumni e-newsletter, Rothberg Register
. Coordinate student survey each semester
. Maintain updated lists of interested alumni
. Outreach to other programs and organizations for possible applicants
for us
. Creation of information and other events for interested applicants
. Assist Admissions Officers with Student Orientations in the United
. Oversee the maintenance of University Contact Database (implemented
by Office Assistant)
. Provide input for the design of publications
. Recruit at events
. Other duties as assigned
The ideal candidate is an alumna/us of the Rothberg International School, with strong interpersonal skills, excellent written and oral communication skills, and an ability to work effectively with a wide audience (students, parents, faculty and administrators) in a service-oriented environment.  A bachelor's degree, familiarity with computer applications (database and word processing), attention to detail, a team-oriented approach and a valid driver's license are required.  Travel within the New York Metropolitan Area is also required.
The position is 15 hours per week, ideally three days per week.
Please send your resume and hourly salary requirements to:
Janet F. Alperstein, Ph.D.
Director, Office of Academic Affairs
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Rothberg International School
One Battery Park Plaza, 25th Floor
New York, NY 10004
Fax: 212-809-4183
Licensed Driver
4/24/2008 9:11 AM
Looking for a licensed driver to help Synagogue member receive treatments at UCLA.  Would need to be picked up from home in Sherman Oaks for an 11:00 a.m. appointment at UCLA three times per week, and then brought back home.  There will be a waiting period for each visit of about 1 ½ to 2 ½ hours.  Willing to pay for time.
If interested, or know someone who might be, please contact Joanne Klein at jklein@adatariel.org
Joanne Klein
Executive Director
Adat Ari El
818-766-9426 X202
Jewish Educators
4/24/2008 4:07 PM
Large Westside conservative synagogue seeking enthusiastic, dynamic, and responsible Jewish Educators to teach in our Hebrew School.   5 hours a week.  Sundays from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM and Wednesdays from 4:00pm-6:00pm.  Experience with children and Hebrew proficiency necessary.  This is an excellent opportunity to work with children in the Jewish community and make a difference!!! Please email resume ASAP to mo.rah@hotmail.com or fax to 310-943-5414.
Director of Israel Programs
Milken Community High School
5/2/2008 2:28 PM
Milken Community High School in Los Angeles is currently seeking a new Director of Israel Programs for the upcoming 2008-2009 school year. 
For more information please see the attachment
Director of Student Life
4/9/2008 3:47 PM
Milken Community High School in Los Angeles, is currently seeking a Director of Student Life for the 2008-2009 school year.
Please see the attachment for more information.
Executive Director
3/12/2008 1:37 PM
Reporting to the Senior Rabbi and the Board of Trustees, the Executive Director (the “ED”) serves as a key member of the Senior Staff and the synagogue community.  The ED shall embrace and support the mission, philosophy and strategic objectives of Kehillat Israel and demonstrate a commitment to Judaism and Jewish life.
Please see the attachment for more detailed job description.
Director of Congregational Learning
3/7/2008 12:15 PM
Congregation Agudas  Achim, a vibrant, growing Conservative Jewish congregation in Austin,Texas, is seeking a Director of Congregational Learning.  The Director is a rabbi with education background and leadership who will implement an education vision for the congregation and work with the current spiritual leader of the congregation in its development.
For a complete job description and qualifications, contact Robert Cullick, DCL Search Committee Chair, robert.cullick@sbcglobal.net.
Counseling, Programming, Health Care and Food Services
B'nai B'rith Camp
2/27/2008 9:17 AM
Want to work with kids this summer?  Want to spend the summer on the beautiful Oregon coast?  Then you should think about working at B’nai B’rith Camp!  B’nai B’rith Camp, located on the Oregon coast, is the premier Jewish resident camp in the Pacific Northwest.  Since 1921, B.B. Camp has been dedicated to providing the finest summer experience for today’s campers while preparing them to be tomorrow’s community leaders.   B’nai B’rith Camp offers a wide range of activities, including: arts & crafts, Jewish enrichment, athletics, water skiing, sailing, canoeing, hydrotubing, swimming in our outdoor heated pool, dancing, nature, singing, high- and low-ropes challenge courses, drama, creative writing, overnights, and trips.  B’nai B’rith Camp is licensed by the State of Oregon and accredited by the American Camping Association (ACA).
We are looking to hire people in counseling, programming, health care and food services.  Our website is: www.bbcamp.org.  For more information please email Rachel at rrothstein@oregonjcc.org
Youth Director
2/5/2008 10:46 AM
Large Conservative Synagogue in WLA seeking a dynamic/energetic/creative/responsible/organized person who loves working with kids & teens, to be the Youth Director.

Full time - good salary -full benefits. Knowledge of Judaism is necessary. Bachelor’s degree preferred
Fax resume with cover letter to 310-943-5414.
Position available immediately.
Student Fellowship
American Institute for Economic Research
11/13/2007 11:35 AM
The Summer Fellowship Program at the American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) has provided a stimulating, collegial, and enjoyable opportunity for students to engage in a distinctive and intensive economics learning experience.
The Student Fellowship is geared toward graduating college seniors planning to pursue doctoral programs in economics or affiliated programs (e.g. economic history, law and economics, public policy, etc.). The program is also open to students who have been enrolled in doctoral programs for no longer than two years. The program is open to all students interested in pursuing graduate study in economics or related fields, regardless of undergraduate major. During the four week program, 5-10 students participate in seminars on property rights, money and banking, economic methodology, business cycle analysis and more. Students receive room and board in “The Castle” as well as a $300 weekly stipend. Upon completion, students are invited to apply for in-absentia fellowships for the succeeding academic year. In-absentia awards have historically averaged $5,000.
Students have the opportunity to interact with many scholars that spend the summer at AIER as Visiting Research Fellows. Many students have found inspiration for their own research as well as opportunities for collaboration through relations forged with these scholars. Student Fellows will also attend the summer lecture series. In recent years, distinguished speakers have included Anna Schwartz (whose Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960, co-authored with Milton Friedman, had a profound impact on the way economists think about monetary theory and policy) and Lowell Harriss (among other accomplishments he accepted the Nobel Prize in Economic Science for the late William Vickrey in 1996). As a testament to the Program, many of our students have revisited as second and third year students, as Visiting Research Fellows, and have had their work published in either AIER’s semi-monthly Research Reports or monthly Economic Education Bulletin.
Founded in 1933, AIER is a private, nonprofit, organization dedicated to scientific inquiry into economic issues and to the education of the general public through wide dissemination of its research. Since its founding, AIER has focused on the economic benefits of free markets, disciplined fiscal and monetary policies, limited government, and currencies freely converted into gold. AIER is located in the picturesque Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts. Numerous opportunities are made available to program participants and staff to avail themselves of the area’s abundant outdoor and cultural recreational activities. 
We have created a website which contains an electronic version of an advertising flyer summarizing the Summer Fellowship Program, an application form and a copy of the 2007 Program newsletter. These can be retrieved at http://theunbrokenwindow.com/wordpress/student-resources/aier-summer-fellowship-program-downloads/ . We kindly ask that you include the information about our program in your career services newsletter or in other electronic correspondence with students and also post our materials on the relevant portion of your website.
Complete information on the Summer Program, including the newsletter, application information, faculty profiles, a sample calendar and course reading materials are available on our website at www.aier.org/education. Additional information about AIER will be mailed to you upon request. Interested students should have their application materials submitted by March 14, 2008. Please feel free to e-mail us at fellowship@aier.org or call us with any questions you have.
2/1/2008 9:58 AM

My husband and I are searching a loving, experienced babysitter for our 18 month old son.
We need someone who would be available 4 days per week in the afternoon and early evenings in the Valley Village area.
If interested, please call Melissa or John at 213-359-6359
Thank you very much.
Shabbat Programming - Preschool through 3rd grade
1/30/2008 12:23 PM
Do you have ruach and enjoy working with children?  Leo Baeck Temple is seeking experienced, enthusiastic people to assist with Shabbat programming for preschool through 3rd grade-aged children on Friday nights.  As an assistant, you will help with the set-up, clean-up and implementation of the program.  This includes being able to actively engage children in related discussion and activities; being able to set firm boundaries for children when necessary; and being flexible and creative when presenting the material.  If this sounds like you, please contact Robin Foster at 310-476-2861 ex. 207 or email at Rfoster@leobaecktemple.org.
Robin Foster
Assistant to Avram Mandell
Leo Baeck Temple
310-476-2861 ext 207

1/14/2008 12:07 PM
Temple B'nai Hayim in Sherman Oaks, CA seeks part-time, warm, dynamic and loving individual to work afternoons with children ages 2-5.  Early Childhood Education units a must.  Work in a fun/team oriented environment.  Salary $10-$13 per hour DOE.  Please contact Suzy Epstein, Director at (818) 905-9270 or email/fax (818) 788-4661 tbhcc@sbcglobal.net.
Baby Sitter
1/24/2008 4:05 PM
We are looking for a sitter for our 2 toddler children on occasional Saturday nights. We live in Encino off Mulholland Drive, a few minutes by car from the University.  Transportation not required.  If interested, please call Bree at 818.728.6494 or email breesegel@yahoo.com
Sports & Entertainment Career Fair
1/30/2008 4:45 PM
Sports & Entertainment Career Fair on February 29, 2008 at the STAPLES Center.  If any students have any questions, feel free to contact Henry Madera at (310) 407-0352.   Please see the attachment.
Head of Judaic Studies
King David High School
1/14/2008 4:42 PM
The King David High School (KDHS), a pluralistic coeducational community Jewish high school in Vancouver, Canada, is seeking an experienced and dynamic full-time Head of Judaic Studies to develop and lead the school’s Judaics program.
KDHS is currently in the midst of an exciting period of growth, having just moved into its beautiful new premises in autumn 2005. The school currently has approximately 200 students. The Head of Judaic Studies will provide critical education leadership and direction as the school evolves into a regional centre of excellence for both secular and Jewish studies.
Vancouver is a dynamic city in the Pacific Northwest with a population of approximately two million people in the metro region, renown worldwide for its natural beauty and liveability. It is consistently among the top “best cities in the world to live in,” as ranked by major organisations such as the United Nations and the Economist magazine.  The region’s diverse Jewish community is strong and growing. In addition to King David High School, the community has over fifteen synagogues, two Jewish community centres, three day schools (two pluralistic and one Orthodox), a kollel, a yeshiva high school, and strong Jewish Federation and Jewish Family Services agencies. According to census estimates, there are approximately 25,000 Jewish people living in Greater Vancouver.
The school’s Head of Judaic Studies is responsible for providing direction and leadership to the Judaic Studies Department, and for shaping the non-academic Jewish components of the KDHS community, including holiday celebration, community service, the relationship with Israel, and more. These activities occur in accordance with the vision and values of KDHS. The Head of Judaics reports directly to the school Principal, and is responsible for assisting the Principal in managing the school’s Judaics teaching staff.
The Head of Judaic Studies will serve as the hub for the variety of Jewish lifestyles that comprise the KDHS community. The Head of Judaic Studies will be able to appreciate the variety of Jewish lifestyles at KDHS, and support students on their individual paths. The successful candidate will have a proven record in developing, implementing and managing Judaics curricula and programs in a pluralistic secondary school environment. The candidate will:
 possess or be eligible for a BC Teaching Certificate,
 have an undergraduate degree,
appreciate the variety of Jewish lifestyles at KDHS, and support students on their individual paths. The successful candidate will have a proven record in developing, implementing and managing Judaics curricula and programs in a pluralistic secondary school environment. The candidate will:
 possess or be eligible for a BC Teaching Certificate,
 have an undergraduate degree,
 ideally have a post-graduate degree in Jewish Studies and/or rabbinic ordination,
 be experienced in high school classroom teaching, curriculum development, and school administration,
 have excellent written and oral communication skills, and be able to work effectively with both teenagers and adults,
 be fluent in Hebrew,
 be computer literate, and value the use of technology in the delivery of secondary school education, and
 be able to multi-task effectively, possess personal initiative, an exemplary work ethic and a proven ability to be a team player.
The KDHS Head of Judaic Studies, under the direction of the school’s Principal, and in accordance with the policies set by the Board of Directors, will have the following set of specific responsibilities.
1. Leadership & Strategic Planning
a. Manage and bring together the ideas and direction of the School’s Board of Directors, as they relate to Judaic Studies and Jewish life at KDHS. Articulate the school’s future on behalf of the school’s students, their parents, the community and
the Board of Directors, providing key leadership in achieving the school’s mission and vision.
b. Coordinate, organise and implement staff and school professional development activities related to Judaics.
c. Set the tone of the Jewish life at the school, including Jewish holiday and Shabbat celebrations, student mitzvah activities, and student prayer.
2. Administration
a. Supervise Judaics teaching staff, including the provision of regular professional development opportunities and a constructive evaluation feedback process.
b. Coordinate the acquisition, distribution, and maintenance of supplies related to the school’s Judaics, including text books, professional texts, and other publications.
c. Review and evaluate student report cards.
d. Assist with the development of the school’s schedule and timetable, and recommend teacher assignments.
e. Help draft the school’s calendar, newsletter and all other relevant communication.
f. Hold and chair regular Judaic Studies Department meetings.
g. Work as an integral part of the Administrative Team.
h. Assist the Principal in hiring Judaics teaching staff, as required.
i. Assist the Principal with other duties, as required.
3. Curriculum Development & Coordination
a. Develop, evaluate and implement a Judaic Studies curriculum, suitable for a pluralistic school with a student body comprised of varying levels of Jewish education and experience. This includes development and appropriate use of lesson plans,
course overviews and application of appropriate pedagogical skills.
b. Take the lead on creating the Jewish experience in the school, by coordinating and assisting in the preparation, celebrating and teaching about Jewish holidays, Shabbatons, Israel and community service, including assemblies, celebrations, guest speakers and extracurricular programming.
c. Coordinate and organise relevant school field trips and Shabbatonim.
d. Develop programs designed to integrate students who enter the school from public schools, who have no prior Jewish or Hebrew education, as well as programs for students who have advanced backgrounds in Judaics.
4. Teaching
a. Teach Judaic studies subjects according to the needs of the school, and be available to teach classes when absent teachers cannot be replaced with qualified teachers on call, with teaching duties are expected to comprise a minimum of 50% of the Head of Judaics time.
b. Provide guidance to all school staff in Judaic matters as required, e.g., regarding Shabbat, kashrut and Jewish holiday observance.
5. Community Relationships
a. Part of the administrative team that represents King David High School in the Jewish community at large, locally, nationally and in Israel.
b. Attend meetings of the Board and appropriate committees, as required.
course overviews and application of appropriate pedagogical skills.
d. Develop programs designed to integrate students who enter the school from public schools, who have no prior Jewish or Hebrew education, as well as programs for students who have advanced backgrounds in Judaics.
4. Teaching
a. Teach Judaic studies subjects according to the needs of the school, and be available to teach classes when absent teachers cannot be replaced with qualified teachers on call, with teaching duties are expected to comprise a minimum of 50% of the Head of Judaics time.
b. Provide guidance to all school staff in Judaic matters as required, e.g., regarding Shabbat, kashrut and Jewish holiday observance.
5. Community Relationships
a. Part of the administrative team that represents King David High School in the Jewish community at large, locally, nationally and in Israel.
b. Attend meetings of the Board and appropriate committees, as required.
Dan Shmilovitch, Executive Director
King David High School
5718 Willow Street, Vancouver, BC V5Z 4S9
Office 604.263.9700
Fax 604.263.4848
dshmilovitch@kdhs.org - www.kdhs.org
AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps.
1/7/2008 12:09 PM
AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps is a one-year program uniting work for social change, Jewish learning, and community building in New York City, Chicago, DC and New Orleans.   Our Corps members join the staffs of some of the most effective front-line anti-poverty organizations working on housing, literacy, job training, and other poverty-related issues within and beyond the Jewish community. AVODAH Corps Members make significant contributions to the communities where they work, gain important life and professional experiences and have the benefits of living with an amazing and passionate group of other young Jewish social activists. 
We are holding a conference call on Tuesday, January 15th at 9 PM EST to answer questions about the program.  Please encourage anyone who is considering Jewish service to dial in to the call at 1 -800-882-3610, when prompted enter the following pass code 4347553#.  Application deadline is February, 16th 2008.
We are also proud to announce that AVODAH has launched a new website. Please check it out at www.avodah.net and encourage interested students to do the same. 
Spend a Year Fighting Poverty
Work full-time on issues you care about - immigration, hunger, literacy, public health, domestic violence, and more.  
Learn from veteran organizers, activists, and educators about how to make change in the world and about the Jewish connection to social justice.
Live  with other young people from all Jewish backgrounds and build a community committed to integrating social change and Jewish values.  You'll receive a modest living stipend plus health insurance and an Americorps Education Award up to $4,725 for repayment of student loans or future education. 
Apply to AVODAH: The Jewish Service Cops, a unique one-year program for people in their 20's combining work for justice, Jewish learning and community building.  To learn more and complete an application go to www.avodah.net. You may also contact us at apply@avodah.net or at 212-5454-7759.
Cabin Staff
12/7/2007 2:24 PM
positions open for, Male and Female Cabin Staff, Boys and Girls Unit Head Positions, A Song Leader, Arts and Judaic Specialist, and a Sports Specialist.
Danny Farkas
Program Director Camp Yofi
Merage Jewish Community Center of Orange County
1 Federation Way, Suite 200
Irvine, CA 92603
949-435-3400 ext. 234
Fax # 949-435-3401
Camp Yofi . . . A Summertime of Fun . . . A Lifetime of Memories!
Direct Care Staff, House Managers, Administrators
The SAILS Group of Companies
11/20/2007 1:46 PM
Join The SAILS Group of Companies located in central and southern California.  We have some excellent opportunities for enthusiastic, creative individuals desiring to work with people of special needs.  The position we have available are direct care staff, house managers, on-call and administrators.  No experience necessary for some of our direct care staff positions; proper training will be provided.
SAILS is an organization that provides a variety of residential and support services for people of all ages with mild to profound disabilities including Autism Spectrum.
Direct care staff play the most important role in overall development and care of each individual.  A direct care staffs' primary duty is to work with each client individual goals and provide training for daily living task such as social skills, recreation, cooking, budgeting, assist/instruct with grooming, hygiene, bathing, toileting and eating.
If you are looking to earn extra money, an on-call direct care staff position may be for you.  The primary duties are the same as a direct care staff.  This person will not have set hours and will be on call as needed.  The house manager has the same responsibilities as a direct care staff with some additional duties.  The administrator ensures program implementation, will oversee the projects(s) and their implementations and have additional duties.
We currently have positions available in the following areas:
San Fernando Valley
5 F/T, 3 P/T and 2 on-call direct care staff, 2 house managers
5 F/T, 2 P/T 2 on-call direct care staff
North San Diego
5 F/T, 2 P/T and 2 on call direct care staff, 2 house managers, 2 Administrators
6 F/T, 2 P/T direct care staff, 1 house manager
Our salary starts at $9-$16/hr.  We also provide great benefits including health, dental, vacation and holiday pay.  If interested, please down load an application at www.sailsgroup.com complete and fax to (818) 712-6992.  You may send a resume with your application.  Remember to indicate the position and area that you are applying.
Minimum Qualifications:
Valid high school diploma or equivalent
Proficient in English language
Health screening exam/TB clearance
CPR/First Aid training (prior to start date)
Possession of CA driver's license
DMV print out
Criminal background check/clearance (prior to start date)
Willingness to work on weekends/holidays
Enthusiasm and creativity in training developmentally disabled persons toward normalization.
Youth Director
12/18/2007 9:44 AM
Seeking a dynamic/energetic/creative/responsible/organized person who loves working with kids & teens, to be the Youth Director, at a large Jewish Conservative Synagogue on the Westside.
Full time is preferable. Part time is a possiblity.
Knowledge of Judaism is necessary.
Excellent Salary and Benefits.
If interested, fax resume WITH a cover letter to 310-943-5414 now.
Position can start immediately.
12/18/2007 10:54 AM
Want to Tutor SAT? Work for the Best!
Do you have strong standardized test scores? Are you looking for a flexible, part-time job on the evenings and weekends? Are you interested in working with high school students and helping them succeed on the SAT? Are you an energetic and motivated team player?
Kaplan Premier, the world leader in private one-on-one tutoring, wants you! As a Kaplan Premier Tutor you will work one-on-one with students in their homes to increase their test scores.
We are currently recruiting SAT and ACT tutors in all areas of Los Angeles, the South Bay, the Valleys, and Orange County. Why work for just any test prep company when you can work for the company that invented test prep?!
Kaplan provides:
• Paid Training
• Paid Preparation Time
• Competitive Wages and Pay Increases (starting rates vary between $18 and $22 per hour, based on education, previous teaching/tutoring experience, and performance in training)
• Established Curriculum
• Mileage Reimbursement
• Part-Time Benefits, including medical
• 3 to 30 hours of work per week available
• Full office support for our Tutors
• Access to Kaplan programs and Lifelong Learning Courses
• Employee discounts on cell phones, travel, and many other opportunities
• Career Opportunities
• Flexible locations and schedules
• Strong standardized test scores
• Some experience tutoring
• Stand as a junior or higher
• Be interested in working with high school students and helping them succeed on the SAT
• Energetic and motivated team player
Smaller companies cannot provide the same level of support or commitment to your progress. Previous teaching or tutoring experience is preferred. You will go through a training process on the Kaplan SAT program.
To Apply: Please visit kaptest.com/premier or email nadia.valliani@kaplan.com for more information.
Kaplan is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
12/18/2007 3:43 PM
Hebrew & Judaica Teacher Needed
Taking another look at your schedule and realizing you have more time this semester?  Need some extra cash in the next few months?  Miss working with kids?  University Synagogue Religious School is looking for a Hebrew and Judaica teacher for a 6th grade class.  Join a vibrant staff of energetic, creative teachers with various backgrounds and experiences.  Be a part of our synagogue family as we continue our construction project to build for our future – it’s an exciting time to be on the staff at University Synagogue Religious School!  Hours: Sunday, 9:00am-Noon, Tuesdays, 4:00-6:00pm.  Contact Rachel at rmargolis@unisyn.org for more information.
12/19/2007 1:45 PM
Young Judaea Israel Summer Programs
Madrich/a (Counselor) Overview
The following is a list of the skills needed to be a madrich/a, the requirements for preparation prior to the summer, and the responsibilities of the job during the summer. While this list is not exhaustive, we hope that it gives you an overview of the type of candidate we are looking for and a feeling for the demands of the job.
Skills required of a successful madrich/a
• Hadracha (leadership) experience, preferably with teenagers
• Experience working in camp and/or a youth movement
• Ability to work on a team
• Strong personal communication skills
• Ability to work intensively (around the clock)
• Ability to prepare and execute educational programs
• Knowledge of Judaica, Jewish/Israeli history and leading and organizing t’fillot Jewish prayer services
• Moderate level of Hebrew (preferred)
What you will be expected to do or prepare prior to the summer
• Participate in both MANDATORY staff orientations in New York and in Israel
• Familiarize yourself with all preparation materials sent prior to the summer
• Prepare any hadracha materials needed in advance
• Work together with other staff members in your group in the preparation of educational peulot (activities) and Shabbat programs
• Learn and prepare t'fillot
• Familiarize yourself with the daily itinerary of the program and geography of Israel prior to departure for Israel
• Remain updated on current events in Israel (Young Judaea can provide outlets and/or suggestions through which to do this).
Job responsibilities during the summer
Two North Americans and two Israelis staff each group of approximately 30-40 participants. One of the Israelis will act as the Rosh Kvutza (group leader), and will handle the tour guiding and have overall responsibility for the group. The three additional madrichim are responsible for the daily implementation of programs and management of the group, which include:
• Ensuring the well-being and security of the group. This includes following and implementing security guidelines, as well as monitoring the health of the chanichim and taking them to the doctor, as necessary
• Educating the chanichim
• Coordinating logistics for the group, such as confirming accommodations, sites, restaurants, etc.
• Preparing Shabbat and other religious group activities, including t’fillot, and assuring that Shabbat is observed
Enjoy travel, politics, history and working with teens? Get paid to do all four
11/10/2008 1:35 PM
Etgar 36, a summer travel program for Jewish teens, is looking for staff. Etgar 36 offers cross-country journeys in which teens develop their American and Jewish identities as well as become empowered to get involved politically and socially. As a staff member you will be able to see America, help develop the future leadership of the American and Jewish community, and get paid. Previous work with youth and involvement with youth groups/summer camp a plus. Applicants should be in good physical shape. Rising Juniors and older only. For more information on the program and to apply for a staff position please see the Etgar 36 website or e-mail etgar36@etgar.org.
Internship for U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein's LA Office
11/26/2007 2:24 PM
Senator Feinstein's Los Angeles office is looking for highly motivated college students for internship positions for the winter/spring session. 
Task and Responsibilities:
Interns support our Field Representatives and Staff Assistants in drafting memos to the Senator, scheduling or attending meetings with staff, constituent letters, conducting background research, phone calls, document requests, morning press clippings, research projects, and attending events with the Senator when she is in the area.
For many citizens, contact with Senator Feinstein's office is their only experience with an elected representative.  Therefore, we need polite and friendly students with some familiarity with the American political system and current events.  Additionally, strong writing and editing skills are a plus.
Flexible hours (a minimum of 12 hours/wk) during the school year.  We are very conducive to working with students' schedules.
Application Process:
Application forms, which must include a resume, cover letter and writing sample, are available on-line at www.feinstein.senate.gov under For Students.
Please send materials to:  Irene_Kim@feinstein.senate.gov
Israeli Government Fellowship Placement
11/21/2007 4:42 PM
Israel Government Fellows of the Menachem Begin Heritage Center
The Israel Government Fellows Program is a MASA initiative of the Menachem Begin Heritage Center for exceptional professionals and graduate students seeking an engaging and rewarding experience in Israeli government. Combining fellowships in government offices with educational programming, the IGF Program is the only gateway for non-Israelis to work within the Israeli government apparatus.
The program consists of a three-week orientation seminar, followed by a five-month fellowship experience. Each Fellow works closely with a government official in a Ministry or other
government branch, depending upon the Fellow's particular interests.
Fellows participate in seminars with Israeli officials, policy makers, journalists and a wide range of influential public figures. Other program elements include Hebrew language classes, mentoring sessions, travel throughout the country and cultural activities.
This prestigious and demanding program requires Fellows to fully commit to their work placements and weekly programming. Applicants should demonstrate a passion for Israel, politics and leadership.
Fellowship Placements:
Prime Minister's Office, Knesset, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Trade, Industry & Labor, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Immigration & Absorption.
Application Requirements:
• Bachelor’s Degree plus a minimum of two years work experience
OR a Master's Degree in a related field
• Previous experience in activism or leadership roles
• Ability to work and live independently
• Age 22-30
• Fluent English
• MASA eligibility

The cost of the program is $6,500 (US), which includes housing, seminars, workshops and trips.
Fellows receive a small stipend that includes monthly transportation costs. MASA grants are also available. (Please note: grants vary depending on country of origin.)


Session begins February 20, 2008 and ends July 31, 2008.
Applications should be submitted no later than December 15, 2007 and will be considered on a rolling basis.

For more information, please contact IGF Program Director Tamar Darmon
Email: tamard@begincenter.org.il
Office Phone: +972-2-565-2027
Cell Phone: +972-54-632-5277

Local Agent
11/21/2007 4:47 PM
International company Web Electronic Industry is taking the candidates in the USA for the position of Local Agent. 
We are looking for the trustworthy person with excellent organizational and communicative skills. 
Good knowledge of computer and business relations practice will be your advantage. This is a part-time job which can be combined with any permanent or another part-time job. Average workload is up to 8 hours a week. No special experience is necessary. Excellent compensation package, the salary starts from $20,000 a year. 
If you got interested in our vacancy and you have any questions, please contact us michael.troyer@yahoo.com !
The offer is for USA citizens only.
Weekend Babysitter
12/4/2007 8:50 AM
Do you have Saturday nights free? Are you a warm, responsible person who likes kids and has lots of energy? Then you're our new Babysitter! We're looking for someone who could hang out on Saturday nights, play games, put our kids to bed, and give mom and dad a little break! Someone who has babysitting or relevant childcare experience. Only those with excellent, verifiable references need apply. Please email carley@carleyk.com or call 310-650-8944.

Carley Knobloch

Customer Service
11/13/2007 11:34 AM
Organic To Go is searching for outstanding energetic Team Members who are passionate about Organic, KNOW how to create a great customer experience and are looking to make a difference in the big picture while they get paid for their time.
We're hiring all positions at our downtown Los Angeles retail cafes Part-Time Team members encouraged to apply for AM and Lunchtime shifts- $9-$15/HR DOE. Limited full time and supervisor positions available.
Come and grow with us- meet the team and try our food- we're looking for the very best!
Please send your resume to kurtp@organictogo.com
Development Office Intern
11/14/2007 9:02 AM
1.  Artfire Films Entertainment Internship   -  Development Office intern
Artfire Films is looking for students seeking hands-on experience in the entertainment industry.  The internship will focus on duties such as: Supporting producers in development and packaging.  The primary responsibilities are script coverage, watching/reviewing screeners/shorts/features, project and market research, and providing support on existing projects. Interns will have the opportunity to sit/listen in on meetings with producers/writers/directors and to help out on the planning and prepping of shoots.
The ideal candidate will have a background in film and production (academic, professional, or other), a burning interest in movies, be whip smart, reliable, and resourceful, and able to commit to interning for at least four months, at least 20 hours a week. Internships are unpaid but will provide invaluable experience and learning opportunities and could well be the proverbial “foot in the door” for persons interested in a career in the industry.
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to jobs@artfirefilms.com
Contact: Brian Alexander  brian@artfirefilms.com  7039 Sunset Blvd Hollywood, CA 90028  323-464-6789

Artfire Films is a boutique film production and financing company specializing in independent films. Capitalized with private equity, Artfire provides production financing and produces up to three pictures a year while simultaneously providing development financing and executive producing services to a larger slate of films.

2.  7ate9 Entertainment  - Development/ Production Office intern
7ate9 Entertainment (http://www.7ate9.com ) a multi-award winning television/ film production company seeks motivated interns to train and participate in the creative/ production process on a wide range of network and studio projects.  Interns working on projects will receive on or off-screen credit for the work they do.   Interns will be exposed to all aspects of production and work side-by-side with producers and editors as they create, produce, edit and deliver a diverse range of television and other media. We request at least 20 hours for 3-4 months. Applicants are also encouraged but not required to have their own transportation. For more information and to apply, please send resumes to jobs@7ate9.com.

About 7ate9
7ate9 Entertainment is a full service production company specializing in networking branding, short form network interstitials and commercials.  We provide creative and broadcast production services to networks corporate
clients and agencies.
7ate9 has completed exemplary work for many clients including; MTV, Cartoon Network, ABC/Disney Channel, Time Warner, Quaker Oats, Dannon, Young&Rubicam, Nentendo, Scholastic, Sony Playstation, Reebok, Warner Bros., Bam! Entertainment, Columbia-Tri Star, CNN, Disney, TNT, WCW, AMC, Nick, VH-1, AMC, ESPN, Buena Vista Home Entertainment, CNN international, Sports Illustrated, General Mills, Lego, The One Family Foundation, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, The United Way, Mattel, AT&T, Pepperidge Farm, Rhino Records, and Scholastic. To achieve our desired vision, we have produced across the globe, including: Moscow, Bora Bora, Istanbul, London, Paris, Berlin, Israel, Antique, and even the depths of the Brazilian Amazon.
Middle School Rabbi
Milken Community High School
11/19/2007 10:09 AM
The Middle School of Milken Community High School of Stephen S. Wise Temple is currently seeking an inspired and experienced Middle School Rabbi. The Middle School Rabbi works closely with students, parents and faculty and is an important voice in implementing the mission of the school.  Along with being a role model and educator regarding issues of pluralism, Jewish values and human dignity, the Middle School Rabbi is also responsible for the following:
• Vision and implement Jewish calendar and life cycle events, bringing passion to Jewish Life on campus
• Develop student leadership programs involving Jewish values and themes
• Work with the existing advisory program to help inform conversations and frame curriculum
• Develop creative programs that bring the parents and community into the school through Jewish text learning, celebrations and social action
• Collaborate with the broader leadership team of Milken Community High School and the Middle School leadership team
• Oversee social action, Tikkun Olam and community service activities and programs
• Refine the Tefillah experience
• Engage the broader Jewish community within Los Angeles and around the world to further enrich students about Jewish life globally.
• Full Rabbinic degree from a nationally recognized institution of Jewish learning: HUC, JTS, AJU (UJ), AJR, etc.
• 3-5 years of experience working in Jewish institutional life, preferably with pre-teens and adolescents (Middle school experience preferable but not required)
• Commitment to working in a pluralistic setting
• Commitment and dedication to the State of Israel and interest in building close ties with educational programs/experiences connected to the Jewish State
• Experience in running adult learning communities with diverse groups
• Experience in program development to create an engaging and fun Jewish environment for students
• Deep commitment to Tikkun Olam
• Strong interpersonal skills with an emphasis on spiritual counseling and emotional development
• Advanced communication skills, both oral and written
• Experience with informal Jewish education preferred.
Salary and benefits highly competitive.
Mail all inquiries and CVs to Jason Ablin at 15800 Zeldins’ Way at Mulholland Drive, Los Angeles, CA  90049                  or by email to JAblin@MilkenSchool.org                                                                                                                              *No Phone Calls Please
Grade Level Dean
Milken Community High School
11/19/2007 10:08 AM
Milken serves a broad range of students from the Los Angeles area and its Jewish community.  The school has high academic and learning expectations of its students with 100% of students matriculating to post-secondary institutions.  We are a 7th-12th grade school; the Dean position is officially for the 9th-12th grade high school program.  The grade level Dean of Students reports directly to the Upper School Principal and provides for a reliable and steadfast contact for the students’ while at Milken. The grade Dean’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
• Collaborates and creatively engages with leadership team(s) to plan student programs, such as town/class meetings and Shabbatonim (class retreats)
• Handles student disciplinary/behavioral and academic probation issues with his/her class in conjunction with the principal
• Provides academic counseling and is a liaison for appropriate testing for students throughout their high school years
• Provides primary contact and informal support between the students, the Director of Student Support Serivces, faculty, school administration and family
• Communicates proactively and frequently with parents and students regarding student issues, while continually updating necessary school constituencies regarding these issues
• Maintains appropriate and confidential record keeping on students in class
• Teaches a class in their subject area
• Is consistently present at in-school and out-of-school student events whether during school hours (campus management), after school and/or on weekends.
• Bachelors degree required.  Those pursuing an advanced degree in an academic field, such as education, educational leadership, or the rabbinate preferred
• Three to five years of classroom teaching experience
• Evidence of educational leadership
• Positive and passionate involvement in student life
• Excellent references, particularly revolving around issues of character and community interaction
• Maturity and flexibility in contending with the nuances and complexities of community interaction, including students, parents, faculty and administration
• A three year commitment to the position of dean for the rising sophomore class
• A positive outlook regarding working in a Jewish/religious school as well as a pluralistic/open environment
• A love and empathy for teenagers and their development.
• Positive and passionate involvement in student life
• Excellent references, particularly revolving around issues of character and community interaction
• Maturity and flexibility in contending with the nuances and complexities of community interaction, including students, parents, faculty and administration
• A three year commitment to the position of dean for the rising sophomore class
• A positive outlook regarding working in a Jewish/religious school as well as a pluralistic/open environment
• A love and empathy for teenagers and their development.
Mail all inquiries and CVs to Jonathan Cassie at 15800 Zeldins’ Way at Mulholland Drive, Los Angeles, CA  90049                       or by email to JCassie@MilkenSchool.org                                                                                                                            *No Phone Calls Please
Real Estate Sales Executives
11/1/2007 4:13 PM
Unique national Real Estate Company is seeking motivated, self-starters who are seeking an exciting and challenging career as full or part-time real estate sales executives.
Meet and work with high net worth clients in a fast paced exciting environment. You will partner up with the companies top marketing executives and their team. The company is headquartered in Burbank, with real estate investments transacted throughout the entire United States.
Responsibilities for this position include: direct client sales, client relations, sales transactions, client phone calls, business development and implementation of various sales and marketing strategies.
The ideal candidate is a motivated self-starter with a positive personality and attitude. Must have the ability to prioritize and stay organized, must have great personal and telephone presence with clients, have a confident demeanor and strong work ethic. Real estate experience is not required.
This is a unique opportunity for personal growth and success while working with a preeminent, high profile company; great working environment, with your compensation based on your energetic ability, motivation and sales success.
Base + Commission (unlimited income potential)
Minimum Requirements:
• Dependable and personable
• Positive attitude and enthusiasm for sales
• Able to multi-task and work as a team player
• Excellent oral communication skills
• Must have a great work ethic and desire to make money
Primary Responsibilities:
• Telephone contact with clients and prospects
• Marketing and direct sales to prospects & clients
• Client follow up and customer service
• Participate in company meetings, seminars and networking programs
• Help build a national sales program and clientele
If interested, please e-mail resume to anna@providencealliance.com or fax to                818-566-4233 or call 818-566-4300.
Chanukah Camp Staff
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters
11/6/2007 11:59 AM
Camp Max Straus, which is owned and operated by Jewish Big Brothers Big sisters, is now taking applications for Chanukah Camp staff members.  The positions are opento students in all majors.  Students interested in working with children will find this an especially valuable experience.  Employees will receive $230 - $240 for our five-day Chanukah Camp. 
Students interested in receiving intensive training in their chosen field, and the challenges of personal growth are encouraged to apply.  We hire approximately 40 seasonal employees.  Staff positions include the following: Cabin Couselors (20), Gardener, Handicrafts Specialists (2), Drama Specialist, Music and Dance Specialist, Team Building Initiatives Specialist, Archery Specialist, Nature Specialist, Camp Skills Specialist, Kitchen Staff (4); and Maintenance (2).  Camp Max Straus is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Lead Cabin Counselors are required to be at least 21 years of age.  Associate Cabin Counselors and Program Specialists must be 18 years of age or older.  Chanukah Camp will operate from Saturday December 15 (evening) through Thursday, Decembeer 20, 2007 (night).
Please contact Alba at (323) 761-8675, Ext. 223 or email at: Employment@campmaxstraus.org
Leo Baeck Temple
11/7/2007 11:24 AM
Are you interested in working at Leo Baeck Temple (down the street from AJU) from 6-8pm on Friday evenings on a regular or semi basis?   Your salary will depend on your availability and willingness to create programming or just implement programming.  You could be working with 3 children or 12 children ranging in age from 2.5 to 6 years old.
Starting salary for the two hours is $35 for the session and goes up depending on your skill level and experience.  Please contact Robin Foster at Rfoster@leobaecktemple.org if you have interest.
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