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Job Opening: Temple Administrator

Temple Sholom is seeking a Temple Administrator to oversee the synagogue’s day-to-day administrative functions. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who excels at implementing and maintaining systems, policies, and procedures, with strong project and people management skills. In addition to overseeing the office, this person will serve as a main point of contact for congregants, prospective members, and guests. They will supervise other staff members, work closely and collaboratively with the synagogue clergy, Board of Trustees, Task Force leaders and personnel to ensure efficient organization, confidentiality and time-sensitive communication in the Temple.

QUALITIES WE'RE LOOKING FOR:

* You build meaningful relationships: Temple Sholom is a warm and welcoming community. You understand the value of connecting both professionally and authentically with people, and every interaction leads with a customer-service orientation.
* You value accountability: You partner with colleagues, lay leaders and clergy to set priorities and accomplish goals together - and you hold yourself and others accountable to timely follow-through.
* You thrive in a fast-paced environment: You are comfortable in a role where you have many "balls in the air", working efficiently and collaboratively to get things done well -- with a smile and sense of humor!
* You love wearing many hats: This role is part office manager, part event coordinator, part membership and sales manager, part facilities manager, part communications director, among other hats! You feel comfortable moving between these roles on a daily basis and are open to learning and trying new things along the way.
* You are a consummate professional: This role requires holding and managing sensitive information. You know when to exercise discretion, are skilled at building and maintaining trust, and have systems in place to safeguard information.
* You are solution-oriented: You respond with poise, positivity, and an open mind when confronted with a challenging task or situation - and remain focused on finding solutions and compromises that address what's needed.

HOURS AND COMPENSATION:

25-28 hours per week

$25-26/hour, depending on experience

Forward resume and any questions to Bill Nadel, 1st VP and Chair of Hiring Committee: 1stvp@sholomnj.org

 

Sat, July 31 2021 22 Av 5781