Employment Opportunities

Lower School Campus

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  • Hebrew/Judaic Studies Long Term and Short Term Substitute Teachers 2018-2019

    The Golda Och Academy Lower School Campus is seeking certified Hebrew and Judaic Studies long term and short term substitute teachers for the 2018-2019 academic year.  Applicants must be fluent in Hebrew, computer proficient and familiar with Day School education procedures. Experience with Tal Am preferred.  Applicants should be collaborative, creative, engaging, experienced and committed to differentiated instruction.  This position requires attendance on campus Monday – Friday.  Interested candidates should e-mail Tova Silberman at lsjobs@goldaochacademy.org
  • Judaic Studies Teacher

    The Golda Och Academy Lower School Campus is seeking a certified Judaic Studies teacher for the 2018-2019 academic year. Applicants must be fluent in Hebrew, computer proficient and familiar with Day School education procedures. Experience with Tal Am preferred. Strong English communication skills are also important. Applicants should be collaborative, creative, engaging, experienced and committed to differentiated instruction. This position requires attendance on campus Monday – Friday.  Interested candidates should e-mail Tova Silberman at lsjobs@goldaochacademy.org.
  • General Studies Teachers & Judaic Studies Teachers

    Though we do not yet have firm information of the openings we anticipate for next year, the Golda Och Academy Wilf Lower School is currently recruiting applicants interested in teaching General Studies and Judaic Studies in grades Pre-K - 5.  Strong candidates will be certified and/or hold a credential in their fields; possess excellent communication, organization and classroom management skills; be collaborative and team-oriented; be technology proficient; and have demonstrated success in working with elementary students and their parents.  Judaic Studies teachers trained in Tal Am preferred.  Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to lsjobs@goldaochacademy.org

Both Campuses

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Upper School Campus

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  • High School Modern World History Teacher

    Golda Och Academy is accepting applications for a part-time high school Modern World History teacher to join our Social Studies department with a start date of fall 2018.

    The successful candidate will have demonstrated success and experience in teaching high school modern world history with a focus in document analysis and applied writing. They will have the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents, and colleagues, and have a desire to be part of an independent school community. Candidates should have experience integrating technology in the classroom.

    Qualifications
    • At least 3 years of relevant teaching experience preferred
    • M.A. and/or certification preferred
    • Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required
    Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to jobs@goldaochacademy.org
  • Middle School Language Arts & Social Studies Teacher

    Golda Och Academy is accepting applications for a full-time middle school language arts and social studies teacher to teach a range of courses in middle school to start in the fall of 2018.

    The successful candidate will have demonstrated success in teaching middle school, the ability to communicate effectively with students, parents, and colleagues, and a desire to be part of an independent school community. Candidates should have experience integrating technology in the classroom and the ability to differentiate instruction to effectively work with a range of learners. Ideal candidates will hold an M.A. and/or certification.
    Qualifications
    • At least 3 years of relevant teaching experience preferred
    • M.A. and/or certification preferred
    • Citizenship, residency or work VISA in United States required
    Submit resume and cover letter to jobs@goldaochacademy.org
  • Upper School Jewish Life and Tefillah Coordinator

    Golda Och Academy Upper School is seeking a creative, passionate Jewish educator to join our team for the 2018-2019 school year. The ideal candidate will be a motivated self-starter who will work collaboratively with the Student Life, Judaic Studies, and Israel Education departments to bring a love of Jewish life and learning to every aspect of our school day.  

    Who You Are:
    • A self-starter who is highly motivated, driven to succeed, reflective, and open.
    • A relationship builder, capable of building rapport and developing bonds with a wide variety of students.
    • A lover of Judaism who can work to create a welcoming, vibrant, and deeply enriching Jewish environment on campus.
    • An educator who is comfortable with the theory and practice of informal and experiential education.
    • A spiritual person who is knowledgeable about Tefillah education and prepared to lead a team of educators in suffusing our daily prayers with tradition and meaning.
    • An enthusiastic team-oriented collaborator with a strong work ethic, a sense of humor, an ability to take risks and learn from situations.
    • A detail-oriented programmer who is able to follow through on all tasks and see a program through to completion.
    • A reflective thought partner who is willing to think about what does and does not work within a given program or educational setting.

    What You Bring:
    • A BA or MA in Education or Jewish Studies, and/or Rabbinic Ordination
    • Experience working with middle and high school students
    • An enthusiastic and creative approach to Jewish Day School education
    • A deep knowledge of Jewish traditions, culture and a desire to impact the spiritual life of our students
     
    Job Responsibilities:
    • Lead coordinator for daily middle school and high school tefillot.
    • Develop Jewish holiday and special event programming throughout the year.
    • Responsible for creating meaningful programming and opportunities for community building through Shabbatonim and other trips.
    • Work collaboratively with staff to create Jewish experiences that will enrich the school on a daily basis.
    • Work with students and student committees to create programs that will inspire and energize the student body around the Jewish life of the school.
    • The opportunity to teach Bible and/or Rabbinics in the classroom

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and three references to jobs@goldaochacademy.org.
  • Middle School Jewish Studies Teacher

    Golda Och Academy Upper School is seeking a creative, passionate Jewish Studies teachers to join our team for the 2018-2019 school year. In the tradition of Solomon Schechter schools, Golda Och Academy grounds a rigorous academic curriculum in the culture and tenets of Conservative Judaism, and welcomes students from a range of synagogue affiliations and Jewish expression.
     
    GOA is a vibrant learning community that focuses on the individual intellectual, social and spiritual needs of each child.  We cultivate a lifelong love of learning in our students, within the context of Jewish knowledge and heritage.   
     
    We are looking for teachers who will bring energy and passion to their teaching of Jewish texts and who has experience in teaching middle school students.  The ideal candidate brings a degree in Jewish studies, with an out-of-the-box vision of how to inspire students to engage with Jewish values through Jewish text.
     
    If you are ready to join a dynamic team for fall 2018, please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@goldaochacademy.org
  • Upper School Soccer Coach

    GOA is in search of a Boys varsity soccer coach beginning August 15 through November 5.  The candidate must be FA/CPR/AED certified (or be willing to get certified) and must be available every day Sunday through Thursday for practices and games. Interested parties, please email Athletic Director, Janet Herman.
  • Evening Maintenance Custodian

    Golda Och Academy is seeking an Evening Maintenance Custodian to join our facilities team.  The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable and experienced in performing general maintenance tasks within a k-12 school environment.
    Responsibilities Include:
     
    • Serve as primary contact and held responsible for the coordination of evening event set-up requests.
    • Light Plumbing, light electrical and general maintenance repairs.
    • Preventive Maintenance tasks.
    • Athletic field and grounds maintenance.
    • Receives and delivers a variety of items (e.g. supplies, packages, furniture, etc.) for the purpose of distributing materials to the appropriate parties within school; must be capable of lifting objects up to fifty pounds. 
    • Cleans assigned facilities and grounds as needed for the purpose of maintaining a sanitary, safe and attractive environment. (e.g. Lunch duty, Staff events etc.)
    • Responds to immediate safety and/or operational concerns (e.g. facility damage, vandalism, alarms, etc.) Must have the ability to respond during non-working hours.