Employment

Employment Availability

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Director of Development and Community Engagement
  • Marketing and Communications Manager
  • Middle School Science Teacher


Please read below for the job descriptions and how to apply for each position. These postings will remain until the position(s) has been filled.

The Director of Development and Community Engagement reports to the Head of School and is a strategic member of the school’s leadership team. This position is responsible for envisioning and implementing the school’s fundraising efforts.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Strategize, track, and participate in donor cultivation and face to face solicitation 
  • Design, implement and manage all fundraising activities, including the annual giving campaign, and annual Gala
  • Oversee database management for record-keeping of gifts, including gift processing, pledge reminders, and acknowledgment programs 
  • Grow alumni outreach by organizing events, collecting news and information about alumni members and the entire school community, and releasing the monthly alumni newsletter (currently called Mifgashim) 
  • Participate in and report at EHS Board of Directors meetings
  • Staff a variety of working committees, such as Development, Gala, and Alumni Engagement
  • Manage grants process, including researching and drafting grant proposals
  • Establish and foster collaborative relationships and partnerships with other agencies and synagogues as a representative of EHS and its mission
  • Attend all required faculty/staff meetings and other school sponsored events and programming
  • Support and represent the mission, philosophy, and core values of EHS internally and in the wider community  

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree or an advanced degree and at least five years similar experience
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships and work collaboratively as part of a team
  • Strong organization skills and attention to detail
  • High degree of integrity and confidentiality and dedication to the mission of Epstein Hillel School
  • Demonstrated success in project management
  • Strong self-motivation skills
  • Excellent verbal and written skills and a demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and relate to parents, students, alumni, staff, faculty, board members and community members
  • Proficiency with development software. EHS is moving to the Veracross system beginning in July 2022
  • Fluency with Office software
  • Flexibility and ability to manage evening and weekend work as needed
  • Experience in a school setting

INQUIRY:

Anticipated salary range: $60K-80K to be determined based on experience and education.  Epstein Hillel School offers medical and dental insurance, 403b plan, retirement savings plan, long term disability, and life insurance. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and list of three references via email with the subject line “Director of Development and Community Engagement”  to Head of School, Amy Gold – agold@epsteinhillel.org

The Marketing and Communications Manager reports to the Director of Enrollment and Programming and has flexibility to be either a full or part time position. This person is responsible for implementing the school’s marketing strategies as well as overseeing and drafting all school communications.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage design and write content for two school magazines, released in the fall and spring, in collaboration with the Head of School and Director of Enrollment and Marketing.
  • Develop and compose public relations and press releases for local print publications and partner organizations
  • Create and implement a social media calendar
  • Manage and monitor EHS media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Spotify, and Pinterest) while implementing EHS communications and marketing strategy, curating content, and maintaining the EHS voice
  • Monitor, track, and report on social media metrics
  • Collaborate with EHS graphic design team to curate content for EHS throughout the school year (including school magazine, marketing ads, and development collateral) 
  • Work with the Director of Enrollment and Programming and the Director of Community Engagement on paid media campaigns or with projects
  • Work with the EHS Marketing and Communications Committee to collect and organize events and related marketing needs

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree or an advanced degree and at least 2-4+ years similar experience in digital media and marketing
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships and work collaboratively as part of a team
  • Outstanding writing and editing skills with a demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and engage readers of different constituencies including parents, alumni, donors, faculty/staff, Board of Directors, and community members
  • Demonstrated success in project management
  • Excellent organization skills and attention to detail
  • Strong self-motivation and the ability to work independently and creatively to implement new ideas and initiatives
  • Proficiency with communications software. EHS is moving to the Veracross system beginning in July 2022
  • High degree of integrity and confidentiality and dedication to the mission of Epstein Hillel School

INQUIRY:

Salary range ($30-60K) to be determined based on experience, education, and part-time vs. full-time status. Epstein Hillel School offers medical and dental insurance, 403b plan, retirement savings plan, long term disability, and life insurance. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and list of three references via email with the subject line “Marketing and Communications Manager”  to Mindee Greenberg, mgreenberg@epsteinhillel.org.

Description:

We seek a dynamic and flexible part-time teacher who has a passion for science and understands how to engage middle school students. The EHS curriculum is interdisciplinary and candidates must be creative, flexible, and committed to professional development. 

Applicants must have outstanding teaching ability, sensitivity to the social and emotional needs of middle school students, strong organizational skills, and be driven to explore ways to reach all learners through differentiated instruction and varied assessment. Applicants must have references that speak to their ability to develop positive relationships with students, colleagues, and parents. The position requires excellent collaborative and communication skills, a positive attitude, and the ability to inspire curiosity and creativity in students. 


Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Demonstrating academic excellence through appropriate lessons and regular assessments using a variety of teaching strategies
  • Integrating technology effectively to enhance instruction
  • Communicating with parents openly and consistently through newsletters, email and conferences
  • Working collaboratively with STEM team on all school initiatives and eventsSupporting the mission, philosophy, and core values of EHS
  • Attending all required faculty meetings and school sponsored events


Qualifications:

  • A master’s degree in education, science, or relevant field
  • 3-5 years teaching experience with middle school aged students


Inquiry:

Salary to be determined based on experience and education. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and list of three references via email with the subject line Science Teacher to Head of School, Amy Gold – agold@epsteinhillel.org

 

Equal Opportunity Statement

Epstein Hillel School is an equal opportunity employer, committed to complying with all applicable laws providing equal employment opportunities. Epstein Hillel School prohibits unlawful discrimination based on age, color, creed, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, marital status, veteran status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or any other considerations made unlawful by applicable federal, state or local laws.

This policy applies equally to all applicants and employees regardless of position, status or title within the school or work relationship to any other employee.