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Flagship United Synagogue house of traditional Jewish worship in Great Britain, located in central London, The New West End Synagogue occupies a rarified status in the history of Judaism. The Synagogue is seeking a dynamic rabbinic couple to define the future trajectory of a loyal community approaching its 150th anniversary.

The Community

A vibrant, eclectic congregation enjoys a varied programme of events which reflects the complexion of a diverse, highly social and welcoming membership. The two main community aims are complementary; to enhance the “Minhag Anglia” form of worship and to grow the congregation by reaching out across central London and beyond.

The Position

Applications are invited from qualified candidates with the following criteria:

• Proactive rabbinic couple
• Vocational motivation
• Rabbinic ordination approved

The Employment Package

• Remuneration is attractive and aligned with the responsibilities of the roles
• Accommodation on-site in a period town house

The Roles

The community seeks an engaging and approachable couple as Rabbi and Rebbetzin, to minister across the full spectrum of Jewish life, focused on the following disciplines:

• Communal Events
• Courses
• Education For Adults and Children
• Hosting
• Lifecycle Events
• Outreach
• Pastoral Care
• Ritual Services


Applications: Now open.
Close at 3pm GMT 3rd Tevet 5784
Early application an advantage
Interviews: Commence following closing date
Start date: By mutual agreement

The Application

• Curricula Vitae
• References
• Your approach to community Rabbonus
• Your congruity with The New West End

For informal, confidential enquiries: rabbinicselectioncommittee@newwestend.org.uk

To view the job descriptions and apply for this position: www.theus.org.uk/vacancies

The United Synagogue is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of babies, infants and children; it requires all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service and other checks will be mandatory.

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