JUDAIC/HEBREW TEACHER PART-TIME/FULL-TIME

Organization: HEBREW DAY SCHOOL OF AA
Location: Michigan-Ann Arbor
Mission(s): Education
Salary: $20,000/Yr - to - $45,000/Yr
Job Type: Part Time
Posted On: Apr 18, 2021

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Education: Bachelor's Degree
Career Level: Mid Career (2+ Years Experience)
Nonprofit Experience: No Experience Required

JOB DESCRIPTION

Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor is seeking an innovative and creative Hebrew/Judaic Studies teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. The right applicant will have experience teaching elementary school (K-5) and a commitment to a developmentally appropriate, student centered, team approach to teaching and learning.  Qualified applicants must be fluent in Hebrew and eligible to teach in the United States. Native speaker is preferred. Salary is based on education and experience.  Send cover letter and resume to headofschool@hdsaa.org For more information, please refer to our website at www.hdsaa.org

 

School Mission: 
The mission of the Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor is to nurture the development of knowledgeable, caring and committed Jewish children in a dynamic learning environment. Through exceptional general and Judaic studies and Hebrew language immersion, students create a meaningful and joyous connection to their heritage and build a strong foundation for lifelong learning and involvement in the wider community. 

For More Information, Visit: hdsaa.org


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