Administrative Assistant

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COMPANY:       Joe Dwek Or Haemet Sephardic School LOCATION:      7026 Bathurst Street, Thornhill  Administrative Assistant Duties and Responsibilities Transcribing or composing from rough draft, bulletins, memorandums, correspondence, and other materials, using computer. Greeting visitors to school, determining nature of business, as well as directing visitors to destination. Filing and compiling student attendance and grade reports and other related school records. Answering telephone to provide the requested information, taking message, or transferring calls. Talking with students who come to the office, resolving the problem and or directing student to other responsible worker. Maintaining office supplies, ordering and dispensing school supplies, when needed. Disbursing funds, recording financial transactions, auditing and balancing school-fund and other student-organization accounts. Accepting and depositing funds for lunches, student activities, and school supplies. Supervising playground activities of students and monitoring classroom in temporary absence of a school teacher. Maintaining calendar of festival holidays, public holidays, scheduled school events, and so on. Design and prepare invitations, flyers, handouts and other materials. Scheduling meeting appointments for parents with the responsible school staff members. Recording school absences, processing lunch counts and the daily attendance. Skills and Specifications Excellent Customer service skills. Ability to operate a variety of office machinery and equipment. Strong computer skills Fluency in Microsoft office suite. Able to administer first aid in emergencies. Dependable, punctual, and trustworthy. Display a cheerful, respectful, relaxed, and pleasing personality. Possess great love towards children. Education and Qualifications High school graduate with basic office skills. Degree in any field from an accredited institution. Relevant training or certification in office administration is an added advantage. Salary to be determined. Forward Resumes to jana.cohen@jdohss.org Only suitable candidates will be contacted

Youth Advisors

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COMPANY:   Beth David Synagogue LOCATION:  55 Yeomans Road, Toronto, Canada We are seeking fun, energetic, and responsible Youth Advisors to facilitate various programs throughout the 2016/2017 school year. Successful applicants will be engaging individuals who are proficient at planning, marketing, and implementing programming for participants from either grades 1-5, 6-8, 9-12, or in kindergarten. Requirements: High school graduate, pursuing or having completed post-secondary education 3+ years of experience supervising children in a school, camp, recreation, or youth group setting Flexible availability (mostly evenings and weekends, with some weekdays depending on holidays) An understanding of Judaism, Jewish concepts, and traditions or willingness to learn First Aid and CPR certification an asset Willing to obtain a Vulnerable Sector Check Benefits: Competitive compensation Complimentary access to many activities and events within the synagogue and community Flexible work hours (approximately 15-20 hours per month) Applicants should be comfortable and proficient on the phone and with email, social media, and face-to-face interaction for the purposes of communication with program participants and/or their families. Regular access to email and a phone are a must. Salary is commensurate with experience and will be discussed upon interviewing. All interested applicants should email their resume and a paragraph outlining their interest to Lauren Weinberg, Program Director at lauren@bethdavid.com. This posting will remain active until all positions have been filled.

Director of Development

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Title: Director, Development Reports to: Head of School Location: Netivot HaTorah Day School, North Campus, 18 Atkinson Avenue, Thornhill Job Summary: The full time position of the Director of Development will contribute to the overall development, implementation and evaluation of the school’s advancement program. Qualifications: A minimum of five years professional fundraising experience, preferably in a Jewish environment Proven experience in planning and executing a multi-faceted development program Success in working with a Board and/or key volunteers Strong Leadership, interpersonal and communication skills Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) certification is an asset Principle Duties and Responsibilities: Lead the development and implementation of the annual and multi-year development goals and strategies for all sources of philanthropic support Provide leadership, motivation and coaching to the board, volunteers and staff to develop skills, capacity and enthusiasm for engaging donors Serve as lead staff for the Development Committee Supervise development administrative staff Partner with admissions and communications staff to develop strategic donor communications Partner with finance staff to develop and monitor revenue projections for contributed income Serve as visible ambassador for the school in the community Email resume to Rabbi Dr. Jeffrey Rothman, Head of School: jrothman@netivot.com

National Manager of Projects

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LOCATION:            1000 Finch Avenue West Suite 700, Toronto Jewish National Fund of Canada, a not-for-profit organization with offices across Canada is looking for a National Manager of Projects in their Toronto office. The role will be reporting to the Chief Financial Officer. Job Description This role will be responsible for: •    Managing inventory of all projects, including funds received from donors and funds spent on the projects •    Tracking progress of the projects •    Preparing monthly reports for directors and CFO/CEO •    Communication with partners/agencies •    Ensure timely collection of receivables •    Arranging dedications and plaquing •    Organizing visits for donors •    Preparation of citations and certificates •    Revenue – processing gifts •    Expediting bequests and estates •    Involved with mailing of project receipts •    Involved with preparation of information material, manuals, annual booklets, newsletters etc. •    Responsible for overseeing sale of shares and bonds from project donations •    Preparation of year end auditors working papers related to projects Experience •    Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel •    3+ years experience in a fast paced business environment •    Post secondary degree or diploma required •    Experience with Sage or Razor’s Edge an asset •    Excellent verbal and written skills in English (French is an asset)   Please email you resume and cover letter to jen.brinder@jnf.ca

Graphic Design/Administrative Assistant

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LOCATION:         Beth Tzedec Congregation , Toronto ON As a progressive Jewish learning academy, Robbins Hebrew Academy equips students with the skills to think critically, the imagination to think beyond, and the discipline that builds character.  It’s why our students go on to become society’s original thinkers and principled leaders. And it’s why RHA is Toronto’s first Jewish school CAIS accredited, putting us in the company of Canada’s finest schools. We are currently seeking an exceptional candidate to fill the position of Graphic Design/ Administrative Assistant. Reports to: Head of School Responsibility: RHA is seeking a well organized administrative assistant and creative graphic designer to provide support to the administrative team and the Head of School. Graphic Design Responsibilities: Produce high quality and polished design for print and web Create designs that are innovative and attractive while staying on the school’s brand  (such as business cards, flyers, banners, invitations, and advertisements) Ability to clearly communicate design ideas and concepts Work with printers and other vendors, coordinate pre-press and prepare artwork files for production Oversee the production and distribution of RHA’s Tribute Card program Understanding of the latest marketing and design trends Social media and other communication experience an asset Administrative Assistant Responsibilities:  Act as frontline ambassador to students, parents and visitors Professionally greet, screen and forward as appropriate inbound calls Provide administrative support to administrative team Organize office events including room booking, ordering food, etc., (PD days, staff breakfast, etc.) Arrange for courier services Order supplies and keep inventory of stock room Responsible for a variety of clerical duties Skills and Attributes: Organized and task oriented Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven team environment  while prioritizing and working on multiple projects at the same time Professional demeanor; a strong customer service orientation and effective interpersonal skills Attention to detail imperative Self-motivated and able to work under pressure Excellent oral and written English skills Experience with Hebrew would be an asset Technology Skills: Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator) Strong knowledge in Microsoft Office Suite (creating spreadsheets, mail merges, charts, PowerPoint presentations) Education and Experience: A diploma or degree in graphic design or related field At least 3 years of experience in graphic design position Experience in an administrative position Experience in working with children an asset Interested candidates should forward a cover letter and resume along with a selection of at least three design portfolio pieces (or a link to an online portfolio) via email to hr@rhacademy.ca Only those persons selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls or agencies please.

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