In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at the JCC are based on merit, qualifications and abilities. The JCC does not discriminate on the basis of any protected class and follows all applicable federal and state laws. We are committed to providing the best possible climate for maximum development and achievement of goals for all employees.
The JCC is seeking Telefundraisers who are responsible for increasing contributions to the Jewish Community Center by contacting current members and program participants (via phone) as well as current and previous JCC supporters and upgrading, renewing or obtaining their support. Responsibilities include:
- Engaging donors and prospective donors in conversation about the JCC's programs
- Soliciting and confirming gifts over the phone
- Obtain and ensure accurate recording of contact details, credit card information, and recognition information
- Achieving specific goals based on number of gifts, total dollars raised, and % of gifts fulfilled
- Making follow-up thank you calls
The successful candidate will have experience with attention to detail, a comfort level in making cold calls, knowledge of the JCC and its programs, ability to communicate clearly, a sense of humor and the ability to obtain maximum results with minimal supervision
This is a part time/seasonal position with flexible hours, Monday-Thursday, 5-8 pm, 6-12 hours/week, March-July, successful candidates may be asked to stay on. The start date for this position is March 17.
Salary: $11-$13 per hour, commensurate with experience. We provide membership priviledges during employment.
Toddler Assistant Teacher & Floaters
The JCC Wolk Children's Center, is seeking a full time experienced Toddler Assistant Teacher and Floaters to join our professional faculty. Be part of a valued professional team that provides exemplary early care and education for children eight weeks through Pre-K.
Candidates must have direct experience working in an early childhood classroom setting and possess a passion for working with young children, be warm, caring, nurturing, patient, creative, and flexible and possess a strong work ethic.
Must have the strength, endurance and vigilance required to maintain supervision of children, including sitting on the floor, lifting and carrying children up to 40 pounds.
Must have open availability 7am - 6pm Monday - Friday.
Minimum requirement of a High School Diploma with one + years of successful experience working in an early childhood classroom setting. Must be warm, nurturing and have a passion for making a positive impact on the lives of young children and have an understanding of child development and developmentally appropriate practices.
Excellent benefits including a JCC Membership, Vacation, Sick and Personal paid time off.
Officer on Duty
The Officer on Duty is responsible to:
Supervise the on-duty staff within the FWR department as well as assist with JCC building wide operations.
Directly ensure members have enjoyable fitness experience by giving tours, greeting, address issues and respond to emergencies.
Ensure facility is properly staffed and prepared for daily operations
This position requires problem-solving, multi-tasking, punctual abilities and adherence to JCC policy and procedures.
This position also requires minimal clerical and housekeeping duties
High School or GED and prior customer service experience in a fitness environment. AED/CPR required.
This is a part time position up to 20 hours/week Monday through Friday from 5 AM to 9 AM with the possibility of additional hours. Evening and weekend shifts available.
Head Kindercrew Teacher and Nitzanim (Entering Kindergarten) Unit Head
Department: Gesher (School Year) and Camp Sisol (Summer)
Hours: Full-time; year round
Salary: Based on experience. We provide a JCC membership.
The Head Kindercrew position is responsible for creating curriculum, activities and classroom policies for the Kindercrew class in the Gesher wraparound program. This position is the main contact for parents and supervisors regarding the Kindercrew program.
The Nitzanim Unit Head is responsible for the supervision, administration and management of the counselors and campers in the Nitzanim (entering K) unit at Camp Sisol. The quality of the program activities and guidance for campers and counselors relies heavily on this key position.
BA in Early Childhood Education or related field and 2 to 4 years teaching experience and managing a classroom. Masters degree preferred. This position requires strong verbal and written communication skills. Candidates must have experience interacting with a diverse population including students, parents and staff.
Advertising Sales Rep
HOURS: Part-time position. Set your own schedule.
SALARY: Commission based.
QUALIFICATIONS: Enjoys sales and working with people; highly motivated; works well independently.
If you are interested in this position, please call Susan LaRosa.