Haver Seeks Administrative Assistant

Haver, the Boulder Rabbinic Fellowship, is looking for someone to provide us with administrative support. We are specifically looking for someone to help manage, develop and monitor IKAR, our annual Introduction to Judaism class, as well as other Haver sponsored programs.

You do not need to be Jewish or knowledgeable about Judaism to apply.

General job requirements: approximately 25-30 hours per month (sometimes more during IKAR registration or prior to a program); attend and take minutes at a 90-minute Haver group meeting roughly once every two months; the minutes must be returned to the secretary with 72-hours, who will edit them and return to you to revise and disseminate; publicizing our programs (specifically flyer production and writing and sending program descriptions to local synagogues and several media outlets); light event management of our 3-4 annual events, including delegating to volunteers; good communication skills, specifically the ability to produce well-written and timely communiques for both Haver and the broader Jewish community; excellent time management skills (48 -hour response turnaround to emails, and telephone calls, etc. must be comfortable using email); continued maintenance of the relationship and correspondence between Mountain View Cemetery and Haver; support of internal communication between the rabbis.

Your job is is to make our job easier! Although you will be supervised and trained by our organization’s president, you need to be self-directed and a self-starter. Our hope is that we will be joyfully working together for many years.

Compensation: $20/hour. Please send cover letter, references and resume to Rabbi Jamie Korngold whose email address can be found at www.AdventureRabbi.org

About Rabbi Jamie Korngold

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