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Program Coordinator for Peninsula B’hootz (Jewish Outdoor Education Grades 1–5)
August 1, 2017 — June 1, 2018
Part-time (approximately 10 hours/week), 10-month contract

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This is a new Peninsula extension of Wilderness Torah’s popular and successful East Bay B’hootz, which has served 500 kids since 2010 and sells out each year.

B’hootz integrates nature-based exploration within Jewish spirituality, tradition, and ethics. After seven successful years in our East Bay location, and a successful spring pilot season of Peninsula B’hootz, we are launching this expansion.

We seek a program coordinator with three+ years experience in Jewish and nature-based education and two+ years in program coordinating to serve as Program Coordinator for Peninsula B’hootz. This position will work closely with Wilderness Torah’s Youth Programs Manager to support, develop and supervise all aspects of this program.

About the Organization:

A five-time Slingshot award winner as one of the nation’s most innovative Jewish nonprofits, Wilderness Torah’s mission is to awaken and celebrate the earth-based traditions of Judaism to nourish the connections between self, community, earth, and Spirit. See our website at telegraaf binaire opties wildernesstorah.org.

Wilderness Torah utilizes a nature and mentorship-based philosophy that supports youth to develop those connections and discover their own gifts and challenges. We integrate the 8-Shields model for nature connection and cultural mentoring with earth-based Jewish teachings to awaken ancient forms of connection for our modern time.

Founded in 2007, the Berkeley-based Wilderness Torah has served more than 10,000 participants with multi-generational land-based holiday festivals; outdoor Jewish education for grades K-12; young adult leadership training; and training and consulting for leaders from across the country and internationally in Wilderness Torah’s K-12 curriculum. In 2016, B’naiture, our two-year B’nai Mitzvah program, won prestigious local and national Jewish education awards.

Duties and Responsibilities Include:

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  • Oversee overall functioning and flow of the Peninsula B’hootz Program
  • Meet with Wilderness Torah Youth Programs Manager weekly, via video or in Wilderness Torah’s Berkeley office

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  • Support program implementation in the field; support and oversee staff; provide mentorship to program field staff as needed, with support from Youth Programs Manager (help troubleshoot issues; help educators plan their day; etc.)
  • Coordinate parent programs; lead and teach parent program modules
  • Procure and tend material needs for program days – supplies, food, firewood, etc, as needed

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  • Organize and implement weekly curriculum (from Wilderness Torah’s standard curriculum) that weaves together earth-based Jewish teachings, nature connection and wilderness skills

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  • Support Youth Programs Manager in hiring mentors and teen apprentices
  • Supervise three mentors and three teen apprentices in all program areas including curriculum building and group management, with the support of the Youth Programs Manager
  • Coordinate staff training before and throughout the season

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  • Schedule, manage logistics for, and lead information sessions for families
  • Support Youth Programs Manager in building relationships with key organizations on the Peninsula
  • Be communications point person for families – ie, handle logistics and communications around program (such as schedules, dropoff points, etc.)
  • Handle first line of inquiries from prospective parents, answering questions about the program
    Oversee written communication for families, such as compiling the follow-up email after programs

Desired Qualifications:

  • 3+ years experience working with children in grades K-5 in Jewish and/or outdoor programs
  • 2+ years in program coordination
  • Experience leading  teams of educators, staff or volunteers (Coordinator will plan the day, communicate about it and all other shifts, needs, etc. with the educators, and be first line of support for them)
  • Knowledge of the Jewish calendar and holiday cycles, stories, and values
  • A foundation in naturalist and wilderness skills knowledge
  • Basic first aid and CPR (we will cover WFA and First Aid certification for you  if you are not already trained)
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with a dynamic team of youth mentors (our term for our educators)
  • Excitement to pioneer this program expansion
  • Training in Wilderness Torah’s unique, nationally-recognized educational model, which blends the 8-Shields model of community design with Jewish traditions (Free training provided)
  • Schedule flexibility: the position will average about 10 hours/week over the contract period,, with some lighter weeks (through summer, over winter holidays, etc.) and occasional heavier weeks (such as the full-time training week August 29 – September 4)

Pay and Benefits:

  • Pay commensurate with experience, competitive on a non-profit pay scale ($9-11k for the contract duration, depending on experience). This is a part-time, contract role.
  • Opportunities for advancement within Wilderness Torah youth programs
  • Opportunities for further employment with Wilderness Torah at our land-based holiday festivals and other programs
  • Flexible schedule: program days are set but program coordination duties are on your own time, remote (you are welcome to work in our Berkeley office or at your own location.)
  • Work with an exceptional team of passionate people!

To Apply:

  • Send a resume (two pages maximum), two references and cover letter (one page) in a single PDF to pokemon sammelkartenspiel online youth@wildernesstorah.org
  • Read thoroughly on our web site about the program(s) to which you are applying
  • Include the title of the position you are applying for in the subject heading
  • Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until May 10, 2017 at 5pm PST. The start date for this position will be August 1.

Wilderness Torah is an equal opportunity employer. Local candidates only. Must be able to lift 20 pounds. Thank you!

Weekend Outdoor Jewish Educator for Grades K–2 and 3–5
September 2016 – May 2017 (Hiring Educators on a rolling basis throughout program year)
Part-time, contract role

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We seek educators with 2+ years experience in Jewish and nature-based education to serve as Mentors for either our Shoreshim and Etzim groups at B’hootz for the 2016–2017 season. You will lead a group of 10–12 youth each day, participate in curriculum planning, and interact with families.

About the Organization:

A five-time Slingshot award winner as one of the nation’s most innovative Jewish nonprofits, Wilderness Torah’s mission is to awaken and celebrate the earth-based traditions of Judaism to nourish the connections between self, community, earth, and Spirit. See our website at opzione binarie bonus senza deposuto wildernesstorah.org.

Founded in 2007, Wilderness Torah has served more than 8,000 participants with programs that reconnect Judaism to nature, including multi-generational land-based holiday festivals; outdoor Jewish education for grades K–12; and young adult leadership training.

Wilderness Torah is growing rapidly, with sold-out programs and double-digit growth each year. In 2016, we launched our inaugural Training Institute to train leaders from across the country and internationally in Wilderness Torah’s K–12 curriculum.

Duties and Responsibilities Include:

Off site

  • Collaborative curriculum planning under guidance of Lead Mentor
  • Program prep and communication with staff and families as laid out by Lead Mentor
  • Attend Wilderness Torah training days and team meetings

On site

  • Lead group of 10–12 youth and whole-group programming on 15 Sundays
  • Mentor and guide youth, maintain safety and health of all participants
  • Supervise teen mentors
  • Attend staff meetings before and after program day

Desired Qualifications:

  • 2+ years experience working with children in grades K–2 or 3–5 in Jewish and/or outdoor programs;
  • Knowledge of the Jewish calendar and holiday cycles, stories, and values;
  • Naturalist and wilderness skills knowledge;
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with a dynamic team of youth mentors.

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To Apply:

Wilderness Torah is an equal opportunity employer. Local candidates only. Must be able to lift 20 pounds. Thank you!