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Community Rabbinic Couple

With responsibility for Young Professionals & Youth

South Hampstead United Synagogue is a large and dynamic community with approximately 1,700 adult members of all ages & across the religious spectrum.

As our Rabbinic couple, you will work closely with our professional team and lay leaders, to deliver a new generation of inspirational leadership. We are seeking enthusiastic and vibrant candidates who can demonstrate strong leadership skills and who will be excited by the purpose of the role. You will focus predominantly on increasing engagement with, and developing stronger provision for, our younger families thereby enhancing their Jewish journey within the community.

Each member of the team will lead in respect to their portfolio but will also support other team members with communal activities, pastoral duties, and lifecycle events.

We are looking for outstanding applicants to fill these new roles. This is a superb career development opportunity for an up-and-coming Rabbinic couple to work with the growing number of young families in our community.

The successful candidates will be expected to have relevant experience and enthusiasm to take on a significant communal position, building on the strong foundations we already have.

As our Rabbinic couple, you will be integral to helping us map out the future path of our community.

To view the job description and apply for this position, please log on to our website

Closing date for receipt of completed applications: 4th September 2022.

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