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Careers at Adath Israel

Adath Israel Congregation is an egalitarian, conservative congregation affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. Our long and rich existence started over 170 years ago. 

How We Work Together

Our Congregation,  located in the beautiful Cincinnati suburb of Amberly Village, is convenient to all Cincinnati and suburban neighborhoods.  

Adath Israel boasts a membership of over 600 families. We proudly offer our members the full services and programming of a large congregation, but pride ourselves on the personalized attention we offer our membership. 

Meaningful careers await those who have high energy and are passionate to use their gifts, expertise, and experience to create more opportunity that supports congregants during significant life events, and in their journeys to become more involved, knowledgeable, and spiritually fulfilled Jews.

Current Openings

Program Assistant

We are seeking a full-time Program Associate who will be a team player, working day-to-day to support the programs and initiatives happening throughout the congregation. They will be someone who can think fast on their feet and balance multiple tasks and prioritize with ease. The Program Associate will report and work most closely with the Director of Engagement and Congregational Programming. The Program Associate will be key to creating a bridge between the various programming staff including the clergy and fundraising teams and the Director of Communications.

To learn more and to apply click here.

Part-time Religious School Teacher

Are you an innovative and enthusiastic educator? Are you a lifelong teacher and learner who strives to evolve and improve your craft? Do you enjoy incorporating technology, hands-on activities, and varied teaching modalities in your lessons? If this sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you!

We are seeking a part-time, warm, and creative religious school teacher for the 2021-22 Academic year.

Teachers should have experience teaching Hebrew and possess proficient knowledge and the ability to teach mitzvot, Torah, history, and holidays using experiential and engaging classroom techniques. Teachers must be comfortable with using basic technology.


  • Create an inclusive and welcoming classroom community.
  • Develop and execute lesson plans based on the grade’s core curriculum.
  • Develop and execute an elective based on your area of expertise or passion that’s appropriate for students in grades 3 - 7.
  • Supervise students during Tefillah, music, Tribes program, snack, and dismissal. Teach in person on Sunday mornings.
  • Teach in person on Wednesday evenings (potential remote component on this day). Embrace and embody the values of the Adath Israel Jarson Education Center.


  • Experience teaching Hebrew, mitzvot, Torah, history, holidays, and Tefillah using experiential and engaging classroom techniques.
  • Comfort with technology (Gmail Suite, Smart Boards).
  • Knowledge of ShalomLearning and/or Schoology a plus.

Bachelor’s Degree (Preferred).

Some teaching experience required.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to Rebekah Skirball Miller, Director of Education and Youth & Family Programs, at

Statement of Equal Employment Opportunity

It is the policy of Adath Israel Congregation (AIC) that applicants for employment and employees will not be discriminated against in any terms or conditions of employment because of race, color, sex, religion, marital status, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual preference, or any other protected characteristic under federal, state, or local law. It is the policy of AIC to maintain a work environment that is free from all forms of discrimination, retaliation, and harassment in accordance with applicable civil rights laws. Notwithstanding the above, because AIC is a religious institution, it is also the policy of AIC that certain positions must be filled by persons of the Jewish faith.

Americans with Disabilities Act

Adath Israel Congregation (AIC) does not and will not discriminate against a qualified individual with a disability because of the individual’s disability. This policy applies to all phases of the employment process including recruitment, selection, compensation, benefits, and other conditions and privileges of employment. A qualified individual with a disability is able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation. An employee with a disability who needs reasonable accommodation should inform his or her supervisor or the Administrator of the need for accommodation and identify the specific job function which the individual believes should be modified in order to accommodate the employee’s disability. AIC will provide necessary reasonable accommodation if it can do so without undue hardship to the operations of AIC.

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