Programming and Communication Director

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Programming and Communication Director

An exceptional career opportunity has arisen to join the Rabbinic Team at Bushey United Synagogue

Bushey United Synagogue, comprising almost 1500 families, is one of the most dynamic flourishing Shuls within the United Synagogue. Located in Hertsmere, it is at the centre of a continually growing local Jewish population based on the recent census. Lead by the Rabbinic Team, Rabbi and Rebbetzin Feldman and Rabbi and Rebbetzin Lister and supported by 400 volunteers, it offers varied and extensive Community engagement.

We are seeking a Director of Programming and Communication to join our Rabbinic team to develop, enhance and deliver first class community engagement activities. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, enthusiastic, well organised, and friendly, with excellent communication skills, have the flair and imagination to enthuse, create and add vibrancy to our activities. The candidate should have a proven record in communal teamwork.

This is a full-time role and offers an exciting challenge for a high calibre candidate, with an excellent opportunity for personal and professional growth and for making a unique and lasting contribution to a flagship community.

The United Synagogue is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Background checks and an enhanced DBS will be required.

We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role. Therefore, if you are interested, please submit your application as early as possible.

United Synagogue Registered Charity No. 242552

Closing Date: 27-Sep-2023
Salary: £50,000 Depending on Experience
Contract Status: Full Time
Contract Sub Status: Permanent
Location: Bushey
Vacancy ID: 003602

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