Full Time

Assistant Director of Grades 6-12

Temple Beth Elohim / Gan Elohim 10 BETHEL RD, WELLESLEY MA

TEMPLE BETH ELOHIM, Wellesley, Massachusetts
Assistant Director of Grades 6-12
SALARY RANGE $48K - $60K

Over the past 12 years the youth learning staff/faculty at Temple Beth Elohim have crafted powerful
new models of Jewish learning. We seek a partner to help build on these successes. All activities are
geared toward helping students build relationships and feel a sense of connection as they develop their
identities as members of the Jewish community.

JOB SUMMARY
The Assistant Director 6-12 is responsible for envisioning, designing, implementing and supervising our
vibrant and innovative learning programs for children in Grades 6-12 and their families, in collaboration
with the Upper School Director and a dynamic team of full and part time educators. The scope of these
programs includes formal, informal, and family learning opportunities. The Assistant Director
collaborates with full and part time faculty and clergy to design and implement programming for
Havayah (8-12), and also teaches in and leads elements of both the B’Yachad (6-7) and Havayah (8-12)
programs. In addition, this team member participates as a member of our learning team in planning and
integrating educational programs and working with the volunteer Havayah committee. The Assistant
Director also works with a highly collaborative and creative clergy team.

PROGRAM VISIONING & DEVELOPMENT
● Represent the core values of the temple in all work performed on behalf of the temple and in all
activities related to temple life by demonstrating an excellent work ethic, collaboration, personal
integrity, confidentiality, professional maturity, and thoughtful ambassadorship.

● Work with youth engagement specialists and Upper School Director to develop B’Yachad (6-7)
curriculum that includes formal and informal programs (including Shabbaton).

● Develop and implement vision for Havayah (8-12) core curriculum, in collaboration with Upper School
Director and Youth Educator.

● Develop and implement youth engagement strategy in collaboration with learning team.

STAFF & FACULTY SUPERVISION & SUPPORT
● In partnership with the Upper School Director, hire Havayah faculty.

● Oversee Youth Educator(s) in their work with Havayah (8-12).

● Supervise Havayah faculty.

● Develop and implement professional development for Havayah faculty in
coordination with Directors.

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION
● Collaborate with the Upper School Director to create a school calendar for Havayah, including both
Chavurot (affinity/interest groups) and social events.

● Design registration and create Chavurot for Havayah (with administrative and technical support)
● In collaboration with the Upper School Director, create and oversee the budget for Havayah.

● Communicate with parents, staff, and faculty.

● Create and disseminate online communication and social media, in coordination with the TBE
communication team.

RELATIONSHIP & COMMUNITY BUILDING
● Develop and nurture relationships with teens and families.

● Respond promptly and work to resolve concerns and issues raised by parents and staff.

MEETING REQUIREMENTS
● Collaborate with other learning program directors to create an Ed team agenda and goals.

● Attend TBE Staff meetings, Program Staff meetings, and Ed Team meetings.
● Work with Chairs to plan and lead Havayah parent committee meetings; work collaboratively with the
committee staff.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree Required and 0-2 years of experience.