Part-Time Synagogue Operations Administrator

  • Part Time
  • Anywhere

The Song Shul


Position:  Part-Time Synagogue Operations Administrator (20-25 hours/week on average)
Potential to grow into full-time position.

Please submit resume to [email protected] by Wednesday, October 27, 2021.


The Song Shul is known for its emphasis on music and is now beginning its sixth year. The membership is young, vibrant, and enthusiastic about celebrating Jewish life together. We are seeking a dynamic, energetic and self-motivated person who loves working with people and is stimulated by a creative environment.



Programs and Events

  • Work closely with the Spiritual Leader and Creative Director, collaborate and contribute to the overall goals of the Song Shul team by providing input, and support all programs/projects and events
  • Manage preparation, implementation, logistics and follow-up for all projects, including Shabbat, High Holy Days and Festival services; fundraising events; creative programming, music events and special projects
  • Handle contracts for event venues, project partners, speakers, sourcing
  • Work within the CRM database and website, creating forms to manage program registrations, bookings and fundraising events, as well as communications with members
  • Communicate effectively on the status of projects
  • Manage life-cycle contracts, wedding registry, billing and logistics
  • When needed, attend synagogue services and eventsOffice and Administration
    • Oversee office maintenance including photocopier leases, telephone system management, computer, office supplies
    • Manage The Song Shul’s e-mail accounts
    • Work within the Shulcloud database to ensure that auto-generated correspondence to members is constantly updated and reflects our vision
    • Respond to members’ e-mails and phone calls; update member information in ShulCloud as needed
    • Manage cemetery requirements with members when needed
    • Set agenda and coordinate meetings of Directors, send out notices, and take minutes as required
    • Manage employee benefit plan


  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, and writing skills
  • Team Player
  • Ability to manage and prioritize time effectively, be flexible, remain organized and detail-oriented
  • Ability to work independently, take initiative and assume ownership of projects
  • Ability to multitask in a fast-paced and creative environment
  • Ability to turn decisions into action plans, setting and meeting deadlines
  • Ability to comfortably navigate technology systems: CRM, Office, Google Drive, online conferencing, website management software (experience with database systems an asset)
  • IT and audio-visual-savvy, ability to solve technical issues where needed


  • Passion for The Song Shul’s mission, vision and success
  • Knowledge of and connection to Judaism, its rituals and traditions
  • Experience working for a non-profit and working with volunteers is preferred
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EMAIL RESUME TO [email protected]

To apply for this job please visit SONGSHUL.COM.