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Park Slope Jewish Center is looking for enthusiastic Jewish educators and program professionals who want to work with a fantastic group of students and families in 2019 – 2020! Located in Brownstone Brooklyn (between the 7th Avenue and Prospect Park F Train stops), we are an egalitarian Conservative synagogue community that is defined by our inclusive spirit and our range of opportunities for spiritual renewal, growth, and participation. If you want to work in an creative and supportive community, and help students grapple with challenging Jewish questions, then PSJC is the place for you.  

Benefits to employment at the PSJC Hebrew School include: paid sick/excused absence, participation in meaningful and paid professional development sessions, High Holiday tickets, and working in a supportive, creative, and fun community. Part-time positions are salaried based on a competitive and transparent salary scale.

PSJC is an equal opportunity employer and seeks qualified applicants of all racial and cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, and ages to apply to work within our school. Feel free to contact us directly with any additional questions and/or learn more about our Hebrew School at email resumes and cover letters to Aileen Heiman, the Director of Youth Education and Family Programming, at

We are also always looking to increase our database of substitutes, so if you are interested in a less regular commitment, but would like to join our team, please let us know.

I first came to PSJC in college and, after graduating, I was able to arrange my work schedule so I could work full-time AND teach. PSJC is a place where Jewish experience is as important as Jewish learning and the individuality of students and teachers is recognized and honored. I spent 7 years working with the amazing students, families, and faculty at PSJC and it was always far and away the highlight of my week (even on a Sunday morning!).If I could take them all with me on my move cross-country, I would. 

Chava (PhD Student)

The school's leadership emphasizes thinking creatively about how to create meaningful Jewish experiences and learning across the age spectrum. A great balance of support and freedom for teachers combined with a warm atmosphere for all. Students learn and have fun- the teachers do to! I highly recommend teaching at PSJC.

Lisa (Rabbinical Student, now Rabbi)

Teaching Hebrew school at PSJC is a way to be meaningfully involved with Jewish community, to get to know and build connections with generations coming after me, and to stretch my own Jewish learning and keep growing. It is great getting to know the students and fellow staff, and being part of the larger hopeful and compelling project of building a Jewish future. 

Tara (High School Teacher)

Hebrew School and Youth Positions


Applicants to teach in our Hebrew School should feel comfortable teaching Hebrew, prayer, Bible, Jewish History and Jewish holidays in a creative and engaging way, and working as part of a team. Our curriculum is an integrated Judaics-Hebrew curriculum, with a focus on Jewish literacy and prayerbook Hebrew. PSJC is particularly looking for teachers who have experience in active learning methods, whether it be project-based learning, drama, games, or discussion, we're looking for teachers who are interested in creating dynamic learning environments.

Hebrew School positions are salaried positions based on a competitive rate and a transparent salary scale. For qualified candidates who meet the needs of our program, we are able to separate weekday and weekend positions. 

We currently have openings in the Hebrew School for:



Tuesdays; 4:00PM - 6:00PM    

K - 2nd Grade teachers 

Wednesdays; 4:00PM - 6:00PM

Hebrew Teachers (3rd /4th /5th Grade)

Wednesdays; 4:00PM - 6:00PM

Sundays; 9:30AM - 12:30PM

5th Grade Teacher Hebrew & Judaics
6th Grade Hebrew & Judaics
7th Grade Hebrew & Judaics (with some Shabbat commitments)

*Note, Teachers are expected to arrive 15 minutes before classes begin and to remain until students are picked up by parents, unless there are other arrangements made.


School Pick-Up | Tuesdays and/or Wednesdays, 2:30PM - 3:30PM

Applicants for these positions must be able to walk distances up to a mile while supervising a small group of students. These positions are open to applicants regardless of experience with Jewish teaching/subject matters, but you must have experience with children. High School and college students over the age of 16 are welcome to apply. These positions are paid per session at a rate based on experience and number of students, ranging from $20 - $35 per pick-up. 


Part-time, $5000 - $6500 based on experience and final job description
Flexible schedule; August - June 
2 - 3 programs per month, predominantly Shabbat dinners/Shabbat mornings/Sunday afternoons; Wednesday evening availability is a plus

Our youth program is growing and we are looking for someone with a passion for working with teens and tweens and their families. This position would involve direct outreach to our teens, helping with leadership development, and communicating with and/or meeting regularly with the Youth Programming Committee of the synagogue and the Director of Youth Education and Family Programming. We are looking for someone who is creative, flexible, and organized, as well as a person who is interested in helping shape a vision for the future of youth programming at the Park Slope Jewish Center. We are looking for someone excited about building relationships between the teens, as well as creating programming. You must be able to be present for programming on Shabbat when necessary.

The ideal candidate will be interested in combining this position with a teaching in our Hebrew School.

Thu, May 23 2019 18 Iyyar 5779