Available Positions:

Member Relations Coordinator

The Temple is looking for a Member Relations Coordinator, to support and implement initiatives that keep The Temple running smoothly, interact with members and volunteers, and manage our front desk. The primary focus of the position is to answer all phone calls that come into the Temple and let members and visitors into the building.  Other duties include assisting and offering administrative support across our organization. To be successful as a Member Relations Coordinator, the candidate should have an outgoing personality, a positive attitude and the ability to solve problems before they become obstacles. Strong organizational skills, including the ability to multitask, be detail-oriented and responsible for following-through on initiatives, are essential for this position. The Member Relations Coordinator’s responsibilities include executing all administrative tasks to the highest quality standards.

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Please direct inquiries including an overview of your interest and resume to [email protected] by March 15.  Thank you for your interest – we look forward to connecting!

Maintenance Technician

  • Maintenance & cleaning of entire facility
  • Event set up and clean up
  • Light drywall work
  • Light painting
  • Some plumbing
  • Changing ballasts and light bulbs
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs
  • Generally 2nd shift (2-10 pm Monday – Sunday)

Please direct inquiries including an overview of your interest and resume to [email protected] by March 15.  Thank you for your interest – we look forward to connecting!

Assistant Director

The Temple Trager Early Childhood Education Center fosters a learning environment which encourages intellectual, social-emotional, spiritual and physical experiences for ages 6 weeks – Kindergarten.

The Assistant Director demonstrates leadership abilities by creating and maintaining a positive learning environment for all families enrolled. The Assistant Director assists the Director in operating the school in accordance with school policies, procedures and state licensing standards to provide an educational, nurturing, and safe environment for children, staff and parents. Meets expectations for delivering exceptional customer service to families enrolled at the school.

  • Understand, support and implement the philosophy of The Temple Trager ECEC
  • Conform to health, safety and licensing regulations and ensure state licensing requirements for facility, records and continuing education
  • Work with Director to plan yearly school calendar and teacher/classroom schedules
  • Work with Parent Board and attend meetings and events if requested
  • Maintain inventory, purchase and stock supplies as needed
  • Serve as contact for staff and maintain and arrange for substitute help as needed
  • Review staff’s daily, weekly and yearly communications and class plans to ensure they are in accordance with Temple Trager ECEC policy
  • Meet with prospective families to give information and tours, as needed
  • Work with Director to plan and implement a safety program for the school, including emergency procedures and conducting fire and natural emergency drills
  • Work with Director to maintain food program, including meeting state and local regulations
  • Have a current Food Service Manager Certificate
  • Work with Director to recruit, interview, hire and manage faculty
  • Work with Director to define policies of admission, attendance, tuition and educational goals
  • Maintain and organize a summer camp program
  • Plan summer calendar, schedule for teachers and children

Please direct inquiries including an overview of your interest and resume to [email protected] by March 15.  Thank you for your interest – we look forward to connecting!

Organization Summary

The Temple in Louisville is Kentucky’s oldest and largest Jewish congregation. Established in 1843 as K.K. Adas Israel, The Temple was a founding member of Reform Judaism’s Union of American Hebrew Congregations (now Union for Reform Judaism) and an early proponent of Reform in American Jewish life. When Reform Judaism began in 1873, The Temple in Louisville was the second largest congregation in the movement.

Throughout its long history, The Temple has stood as an active and vocal proponent for the cause of Reform which is now the largest branch of American Judaism with over 1.5 million members and 900 member congregations throughout the United States and Canada.  We take pride in our commitment to instill in each generation of our congregation, the essential values of our Jewish faith, the deeper understanding of our heritage and our future, and the involvement of our people toward the betterment of our community as a whole. For over 175 years, the rabbis and lay leaders of The Temple have brought strength, vision, and insight into the lives of our members, the broader Jewish community and the city of Louisville at large.

Louisville is a city of arts, parks, neighborhoods, festivals, and genuinely nice people.  It is a great place to raise a family and a great place to enjoy all the benefits of a vibrant city without sacrificing a calmer, more fulfilled life!  See the link below for a more complete picture of all that Louisville has to offer.


The Mission of The Temple is to:.

  • Be a center for Reform Judaism in Louisville, Kentucky.

  • Provide spiritual guidance and strength through the practice of Judaism

  • Emphasize the ideals and objectives of Reform Judaism through worship, education, congregational programming, social justice, and our community relationships

  • Promote the perpetuation of our Jewish heritage