Borehamwood & Elstree Synagogue (BES) is looking to recruit an outstanding candidate for a senior-level Rabbi or Rabbinic Couple position leading BES@Yavneh.
We are seeking a dynamic, charismatic and inspirational Rabbi or Rabbinic Couple with a passion to lead, grow and develop BES@Yavneh whilst supporting communal life across the whole BES community.
Applicants will be caring, innovative and hard-working with a love of community. They will immerse themselves in the heart of the community and engage all members with warmth, compassion and enthusiasm and cater to their pastoral, spiritual and educational needs.
BES is a unique community operating across two sites, BES@Croxdale and BES@Yavneh. This unrivalled position offers the right candidate autonomy over BES@Yavneh whilst enjoying the rich benefits of being part of the leadership and Rabbinic team across the wider BES community of 4,000 members.
Over the past three years, BES has undertaken the ground breaking Reimagining Shul project leading to its current vision of shul community built around relational Judaism, small groups and meaningful connections. We are looking for candidates who are inspired by this and want to build on this vision with us.
This exceptional role offers huge opportunity to grow BES@Yavneh as part of BES and to make a lasting contribution to a community which embraces new ideas.
For an informal confidential conversation about the position please contact Josh Moont at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for receipt of applications is Sunday, 18 February 2024.
To view the job description and apply for this position, please visit www.theus.org.uk/jobs
The United Synagogue is committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety and welfare of children and vulnerable adults. Successful applicants will be required to provide a self-disclosure once shortlisted and subject to an enhanced DBS check within the recruitment process.
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.
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