We are looking for a full-time Preschool Teacher who must have a great love and patience for children. Qualifications needed include knowledge of early childhood best practices and preschool educational methods as well as the ability to engage with children and earn their trust and attention. This teacher must contribute to the healthy mental and social/emotional development of young children. Teaching experience encouraged, flexibility of ALL ages groups to work with, co-teaching positions available.
Early childhood experience
Fingerprint Clearance Card
CPR/First Aid training
Flexibility with hours
Interested in this position? Contact Early Childhood Center Operations & Program Manager, Leah Lyndon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-923-3619.
After earning a law degree from Hasting School of Law, Rabbi Simon attended Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles and Cincinnati, where he was ordained in 1983. He spent over 20 years as a pulpit rabbi, primarily in Massachusetts and Florida. He also spent six years as the Regional Director of the UAHC (now URJ) Midwest Council. In 2009, Rabbi Simon became one of the first Rabbis to be trained as an Interim Rabbi by the Interim Ministry Network and the Central Conference of American Rabbis. He did additional work to earn the Advanced Certification of Professional Transition Specialist. Rabbi Simon is also a trained mediator, which has helped him greatly, first as a pulpit Rabbi and now as an Interim Rabbi, because it taught him to be a better listener. Like a good mediator, he doesn’t see himself as telling people what they have to do, but as a facilitator guiding individuals and congregations to find solutions to their problems. Prior to coming to Temple Chai, he had served as an Interim Rabbi in Florida, New Jersey, Utah, Oklahoma, New York and California.
Rabbi Simon’s wife maintains their home base in Florida. They have 3 adult children and two grandchildren. The Rabbi’s favorite scripture verse is from the Book of Isaiah: “My house shall be a house of prayer for all people.” It reminds him that a synagogue needs to be a very inclusive and welcoming place.
Rabbi Simon can be reached at email@example.com.