Job Networking

Job Networking

April 2016

We have included a list of available positions in different fields and companies below.  If you have any questions about a specific position, please contact the employer or company directly. Additionally, please submit all application materials to the contact that is included in the job description. If you find a job through our network, please let us know so that we can monitor the success of this project. In order to maintain the success of this program, we need the help and participation of our alumni. If you are an employer who is looking to fill a position or are aware of openings in a company where you are employed, please provide us with a job description that includes:

- Company Name (optional)

- Job title

- Job location

- Indicate if position is full time, part time, temporary

- Brief job description

- List of requirements for the position

- Contact and/or e-mail details for CV submission

 Submissions of job postings and/or questions should be e-mailed to  All postings will be left for a month unless we are told to remove them or leave them for longer.  


- Ma'ayan seeks Director Boston

Ma'ayan, which offers "Torah Study from the Sources" to the Boston Jewish Community, seeks a Director who shares our passion for engaging adults, especially women, in the study of traditional Jewish texts.

We are looking for a leader who possesses strong organizational, planning, and managerial skills; the ability to interact with our broad student body, faculty, and board committees; strong written and verbal communication skills; proficiency in a typical office computing and online environment; working knowledge of Hebrew and classic Judaic texts; and the ability to exhibit initiative and creativity. Applicants should be able to lead with professionalism and sophistication and be willing to learn quickly. Familiarity with the Greater Boston Jewish community and the Orthodox community in particular is a plus.

Responsibilities include planning and implementing Ma'ayan's program of courses and events; working to design and implement strategies for student and faculty recruitment and retention; collaborating with the Board to strengthen Ma'ayan's mission and long-term planning; serving as the organization's public face; developing new initiatives; managing the budget, fund development, and donor cultivation; and managing print and online marketing efforts.

This is a part-time position with flexible hours (approx. 20-25 hours/week but there is room to be flexible), with ideal start date in June/July. Some evening and weekend availability is required.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to