Project Manager - Teen Center & Atid: Sinai Temple 20's & 30's
- Job posted by Sinai Temple Teen Center
10400 Wilshire Boulevard
Calling all Jewish community builders: Sinai Temple seeks two full time project managers to make synagogue life and Jewish community relevant and accessible to the next generation of Jewish teens and young professionals.
Under the supervision and direction of the Sinai Temple Millennial Director, the Project Managers will be responsible for all Teen Center and Atid program logistics, administration, marketing, recruitment, and execution. Project managers will help supervise program support staff and teachers for our Chai School program.
Depending on the hour of the day and your specific skill set, we might utilize you as a Jewish educator, mentor, event planner, copywriter, logistics manager, administrator, filmmaker, relationship builder, community builder and connecter, Israel ambassador, receptionist, service leader, volunteer, student, referee, chaperone, figurehead, big kid, responsible adult, social media miracle worker, marketer, graphic designer, and probably a bunch of other things we’re not thinking about at the moment!
Together, Sinai Temple’s Millennial team oversees the following programs:
- Teen Center (www.sinaitemple.org/community/teen-center/)
- Chai School (www.chaischool.org)
- The David and Angella Nazarian Youth Leadership Program
- Atid (atidla.com)
- The Kugel (www.thekugel.com)
“But am I the right fit?” you whisper to no one in particular. Well, that depends! We’re looking for someone with five or more of the following skillsets. So, do you have:
1. Experience working with teens or young professionals – whether as a camp counselor, youth group advisor, teacher, volunteer, or some other capacity we haven’t thought of?
2. A joyful exuberance for being Jewish and synagogue life? Do you love being Jewish, actively seek opportunities to be part of the Jewish community, and love instilling Jewish pride, identity, and knowledge in others?
3. A steadfast work ethic, strong attention to detail, and a self-starter / problem solving approach to life?
4. A love for meeting new people, schmoozing a room, and making connections between different groups of people?
5. A loving relationship with social media, as well as some marketing sense and/or cool ideas to expand our brand awareness, while engaging our community in the digital space?
6. Computer skills? In particular, are you competent in the basics of Excel so as to create and maintain detailed spreadsheets in order to keep track of event attendance, payment, emergency contact info, financial aid, etc? Are you comfortable doing some web maintenance, helping to update our websites? Oh, and what about graphic design? Do you have any photoshop skills?
7. The ability to tell our story, explain our programs, and answer both exciting AND repetitive questions from our constituents, in an exciting, friendly and respectful manner? In person AND by email?
8. A love for brainstorming, creative thinking, and thinking beyond what is or what was?
9. Going back to number 3 for a second, are you the type of person who stays on top of every detail, makes lists, and makes sure that nothing falls through the cracks?
10. Other skills that will be important for building Jewish community, relating to teens, networking with young professionals, impressing donors, or helping things run more efficiently?
If you have a cool combination of the above skills then we’d love to hear your story and consider you for our Millennial Department team!
Paid vacation, medical, dental, retirement plans, leave early for Shabbat, complimentary Sinai Temple membership, potential trips to Israel, Washington D.C., and more.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Please send your cover letter and resume AS A .PDF to email@example.com