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 Position Available: Administrator for Facilities, Technology & Events 

The Administrator manages facility and technology in support of religious, educational, and community programs and events.  We seek a person with strong interpersonal communication and collaboration skills who effectively uses systems technology to help achieve the organization's mission and goals. This position reports to the President.

Communication and Collaboration:

  • Work as a team member with the board President, Rabbi, part time Administrative Assistant, Director of Education and volunteers.  

  • Participate in weekly staff meetings. Meet with the President and Rabbi on a regular basis and as requested. 

  • Support periodic fundraising appeals and holiday mailings, publication of annual report

  • Maintain social media presence: Facebook, Instagram etc. 

  • Respond to emails, phone calls and in-person contacts with warmth and professionalism


  • Manage CRM database: update and maintain membership information, issue yearly dues statements, process religious school enrollment and generate reports/spreadsheets as requested.  

  • Website management: updating information, creating web pages

  • Provide technical support to board members, Rabbi, Director of Education, volunteers, and congregants:  Zoom for meetings/religious services, use of wifi, AV equipment

  • Oversee the communication, security and office technology systems of the building

Building & Programs and Events

  • Manage facility use for tent and building rentals, including Mitzvah celebrations, meetings, weddings etc.

  • Coordinate with the Building Committee chair to ensure proper room set up for services and events 

  • Work with the Building Committee chair to coordinate building and equipment maintenance and repair.  Schedule and oversee contractors/service workers 

  • Supervise weekly cleaners

  • Assist President with implementation of security and emergency plans


  • Strong interpersonal/verbal skills and ability to exercise judgment, discretion, and professionalism when working collaboratively with members of congregation, lay leaders, Rabbi and staff

  • Ability to communicate clearly in writing and to edit and proofread work

  • Ability to prioritize and balance multiple tasks with attention to detail 

  • Demonstrate appreciation for Jewish life (lifecycle events, holidays, practices)

  • Knowledge of ShulCloud or other CRM programs, G-suite, Zoom, website management, Microsoft Office, Excel, Canva/other graphic design platforms

  • Comfort with building systems and understanding of general maintenance requirements

  • 2+ years relevant experience

Compensation: $26-$28 per hour (up to 40 hours per week) depending on experience, with generous paid vacation, holiday, and sick leave.  Scheduled events may require  evening or weekend presence. Pre-approved remote work opportunities available. 

We will begin reviewing resumes on a rolling basis until February 29, 2024.  

Contact: Submit resume and cover letter to Priscilla Minkin, VP for staff, at

JCOGS is an equal opportunity employer.  We seek a broad and diverse pool of candidates and strongly
believe that our community benefits from the perspectives and talents of a diverse staff.  We do not
discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation,
national origin, disability, age, or any other non-merit based status.

Tue, March 5 2024 25 Adar I 5784