Job Opportunities

 

Boston Workers Circle Center for Jewish Culture and Social Justice is:

  • A community an­­­d spiritual home for secular Jewish life

  •  A voice for progressive Jewish values and social change

  • An arts and education center celebrating Yiddish, Jewish, and progressive culture

 

Today, BWC is a thriving, intergenerational, and member-led community with 600 dues-paying members, 17 committees, and 3 full time 2 part time staff. 2019 was our largest program year on record, with our organizing campaigns, rituals, and education programs reaching and serving thousands of people in greater Boston. 

 

Sunday School Teacher

Part Time: Sunday Mornings, Feb. – June


Job Description:

Are you passionate about Jewish identity and social justice? The Jewish Cultural Sunday School of Boston Workers Circle is seeking a permanent substitute for our 6th grade class. The school engages children grades K-7 in an exploration of secular Jewish identity rooted in Jewish cultural literact and our traditions of social justice. Classes meet approximately two Sunday mornings each month from 10:30am to 12:30pm in Brookline, running now through first week of June. The teacher would be given a curriculum that focuses on themes of:

     Unit 1: Identity and Stereotypes

     Unit 2: The Holocaust and antisemitism

     Unit 3: Israel/Palestine: Cultural Narratives and Ethical Dilemmas

 

The Ideal Candidate(s) Will Bring:

  •  Experience teaching middle-schoolers

  •  Knowledge of Jewish history and culture

  • Commitment to social justice

Rate of Pay:

  $100 - $105 per session based on experience with 11 sessions remaining

To Apply:

Send resume and cover letter with 2 references to Education Director Meira Soloff, meira@circleboston.org. This is a fast turn-around, and we are seeking to have a candidate hired ASAP. Position will be open until it fills.

 

BWC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. People who identify as Jews and non-Jews of Color, multiracial, Sephardic, Mizrachi, trans, non-binary, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer people, people with disabilities, and immigrants are strongly encouraged to apply.