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The Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando is a multi-service community agency that provides a wide array of programs, courses, and activities for people of all ages. In addition to stimulating and rewarding work, you’ll enjoy a friendly family-like atmosphere that values your mental and physical well-being. JCC employees can use the on-site fitness facilities in Maitland or South Orlando and take part in all of the programs available, often at a reduced rate. In a recent survey of JCC employee satisfaction, more than 90 percent of professionals reported enjoying their jobs!*

*Centering on Professionals: The 2001 Study of Jewish Personnel in North America . 2002. Florence G. Heller - JCC Association Research Center.

Open Positions

  • Youth and Family Coordinator

    The Youth & Family Coordinator at the JCC on the Jack & Lee Rosen Southwest Orlando Campus has the overall responsibility for the development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of youth and family programs and services for all JCC members and the general community. These programs help to meet the vision and mission of the agency. The Youth & Family Coordinator will be supervised by the Program Director.

    The Jack & Lee Rosen Southwest Orlando Campus is currently in its fifth year of operation and has achieved significant growth and success in that time. Although currently part of the JCC of Greater Orlando (which includes a JCC campus in Maitland), it will become an independent agency in June 2015.

    Primary responsibilities include:
    • Coordinating the JCC’s after-school program, called J University (“JU”). This includes direct supervision of the J University counselors, planning and implementing activities, schedules, bus routes and snacks, communication with JU parents and recruitment of new JU students.
    • Coordinating all School’s Out Days and Winter/Spring Break Camps. This includes staffing, scheduling of activities and field trips, registration, supplies and snacks.
    • Coordinating all Saturday Night Outs, a monthly youth program held at the JCC. This includes staffing, scheduling, planning programs, supplies and snacks.
    • Acting as the liaison with local elementary and middle schools, through the PIE (Partners in Education) program. This includes attending school fairs, carnivals and open houses, as well as coordinating the distribution of JCC marketing materials (e.g., program guides, flyers and brochures) to the schools.
    • Planning and coordinating youth enrichment classes (not including sports and theatre) for elementary and middle school ages.
    • Serving as the assistant camp director of Camp J in the summer. This includes assisting with camper care, counselor supervision, program planning and special events, marketing and communication, and general office management.
    • Planning special events throughout the year. This includes Club J, a family-oriented dance; family dinners/outings throughout the year, such as movie nights and sporting events; and youth sleepovers. This also includes a significant role in planning Winter Festival.
    • Recruiting, hiring, training, supervising and evaluating staff and independent contractors pertaining to the youth department.
    • Purchasing supplies and equipment for all youth programs.
    • Working with lay leaders and volunteers (e.g., parent committees, special event volunteers) as needed.
    • Attending and participating in staff meetings and weekly supervisory meetings.
    • Working with the marketing department regarding publicity, public relations and marketing plans for the youth and family department’s programs.
    • Providing and encourage great customer service for members, guests, staff, and community.
    • Creating and actively promoting a comfortable and welcoming environment where every participant is treated with dignity and respect, in a friendly, personalized manner.

    To apply, submit your cover letter and resume to EricL@orlandojcc.org
    Eric Lightman

  • Fitness Coordinator

    This is a part-time position of approximately 15 hours per week, with additional hours added for personal training and for teaching group exercise classes. 

    Responsibilities include:  coordinating the group exercise schedule and instructors, writing a monthly newsletter, maintaining high standards of cleanliness and organization in the fitness center, ordering supplies, assisting in planning zumbathons and health fairs, and seeking ways to introduce new trends and innovation into the fitness center setting.

    Candidate must meet the following qualifications:  minimum 1-year experience in the field of fitness, fully certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor, current CPR/AED certification.

    To apply, submit your cover letter and resume to LorriL@orlandojcc.org
    Lorri Levine

  • J University After-School Counselor

    The after school program (J University – JU) at the JCC’s Jack and Lee Rosen Campus is seeking part time after school counselors. Staff members are required to work Monday – Friday from August – May. Hours will vary depending on shifts, but can range from 1:15 – 6:30pm.

    Daily responsibilities include:
    Riding buses to pick up children at local schools
    Preparing and distributing snack
    Providing homework help
    Leading activities and games

    Other responsibilities include:
    Attending weekly staff meetings
    Working during Orange County breaks (days will be given out in advance) including winter and spring break

    Qualifications: CPR/First Aid certified
    Must have experience working with children
    Must be at least 16 years of age

    To apply, submit your cover letter and resume to EricL@orlandojcc.org
    Eric Lightman

  • J University After-School Counselor

    The after school program (J University – JU) at the Roth Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando is seeking part time after school counselors. Staff members are required to work Monday – Friday from August – May. Hours will vary depending on shifts, but can range from 12:45 – 6:00pm.

    Daily responsibilities include:
    Riding buses to pick up children at local schools
    Preparing and distributing snack
    Providing homework help
    Leading activities and games

    Other responsibilities include:
    Attending weekly staff meetings
    Working during Orange County, Seminole County, and Jewish Academy days off (days will be given out in advance) including winter and spring break

    Qualifications: CPR/First Aid certified
    Must have experience working with children
    Must be at least 16 years of age

    To apply, submit your cover letter and resume to AbbyP@orlandojcc.org
    Abby Paulson

  • ECLC Teachers

    Jewish Community Center on the Rosen Campus in Southwest Orlando is seeking Full Time and Part Time Lead and Assistant Teachers. Candidate must have teaching experience in a childcare setting. Assistant Teachers must have a minimum of a high school diploma, CDA and 45 hour training. Lead Teachers must have 45 hours training, Advanced Degree, CDA or comparable experience. Competitive salaries, full benefits, and educational opportunities in a nationally accredited school. Equal Opportunity Employer.

    To apply, submit your cover letter and resume to BrendaS@orlandojcc.org
    Brenda Sher

  • Accounting Manager (Full-Time)

    SUMMARY:

    Responsible for the day-to-day financial management and processing of financial transactions including budgeting, financial reporting, management information systems and forecasting of the center’s financial position. He/She develops and implements internal controls in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
    The Accounting Manager reports to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and is part of a financial team which includes the CFO, Accounting Manager, Accounts Receivable Manager, Staff Accountant, Accounts Payable Associate, and Registrar

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Finance and Accounting Leadership

    • Oversees all reporting systems (Blackbaud and Class) ensuring compliance with appropriate GAAP standards and regulatory requirements.

    • Maintains internal controls and safeguards over revenue receipts, expenses, program budgets and restricted accounts.

    • Manages end-of-month close. Prepares and posts journal entries. Consistently analyzes financial data and presents financial reports in an accurate and timely manner.

    • Monitors progress and changes in department financial reports and keeps senior leadership abreast of the center’s financial status - compares actual results to budgets with a view to identify, explain, and correct variances as appropriate.

    • Assists the center’s leadership in the annual budgeting and planning process.

    Team Leadership

    • Leverage strengths of the current finance team members, helps to clarify roles and responsibilities and improve efficiency in order to maximize and reach optimal individual and organizational goals.

    • Provides leadership in strengthening internal communications with staff at all levels throughout the organization - create and promote a positive and supportive work environment.

    Information Technology

    • Works with administration and staff to assess and respond to center IT needs.

    • Oversees the implementation of new applications and changes to existing computer systems and software packages.

    Note: Job responsibilities may change as the needs of the agency change. If this occurs, it will be done with prior consultation with the Executive Director and your supervisor.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor Degree in Accounting.

    • 2-5 year’s experience coordinating/managing financial reporting, budget development, analysis, accounts payable and receivable, general ledger, payroll. Fund accounting experience a plus.

    • Technology savvy.

    • Keen analytic, organization, and problem solving skills, which allows for strategic data interpretation vs. simple reporting.

    • Ability and desire to translate financial concepts to individuals at all levels including finance and non-finance managers.

    To apply, submit your cover letter and resume to NancyP@orlandojcc.org
    Nancy Portello

  • Tutor

    The JCC’s Jack & Lee Rosen campus is seeking a contracted part-time tutor.  Students will range between Grades K-8 and hours will vary between 3-6 pm Monday-Friday.  The tutor will coordinate a day and time with each individual family. Teaching degree required and must provide proof of cleared background check.  Tutor will work with students in various subjects; this position requires a general knowledge of all grade-appropriate courses.  FCAT prep knowledge preferred.  For more information please contact Ashley Caulkins at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
    If you are interested in working in a fun and exciting environment, please apply now!

    To apply, submit your cover letter and resume to EricL@OrlandoJCC.org
    Eric Lightman

  • Group Exercise Instructors

    The Roth JCC seeks certified and experienced group exercise instructors to conduct fitness classes.  Instructor must be able to:

    • design routines
    • show exercise modifications
    • motivate class participants
    • conduct a safe and effective class

    Candidate must meet the following qualifications:  minimum 1-year teaching experience; an appropriate group fitness certification by a nationally recognized certification group; current CPR/AED certification.
    Instructors currently sought to teach Spin, Zumba, and Les Mills BODYPUMP.

    To apply, submit your cover letter and resume to RussK@orlandojcc.org
    Russ Kasim

  • Pre-School - Assistant Teachers

    Jewish Community Center seeking Full Time Assistant Teachers. Candidate must have teaching experience in a childcare setting. Assistant Teachers must have a minimum of a high school diploma, CDA and 45 hour training. Competitive salaries, full benefits, and educational opportunities in a nationally accredited school.

    To apply, submit your cover letter and resume to JodiA@orlandojcc.org
    Jodi Alter

  • Afternoon & Evening Teacher (Part-Time)

    The Early Childhood Learning Center at the JCC on the Rosen Campus is seeking a teacher to work Mondays-Fridays part-time in the afternoons and evenings, 2-8pm (Fridays until 6pm), in classrooms and in KidZone babysitting.  Applicants must have experience working with young children and pass background screening.  The JCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    To apply, submit your cover letter and resume to BrendaS@orlandojcc.org
    Brenda Sher

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