Be a center for Reform Judaism in Louisville, Kentucky.
Part Time Position
The Part-Time Team Member’s mission is to support the Temple team and implement the initiatives listed below:
- Primary Focus of Job
- Write all initial marketing letters, emails and other communications to members and other entities
- Oversee and implement new member processes
- Research local and regional grant opportunities
- Call minimum ten members per week to check-in and ask certain questions
- Support Temple Team with Friday night preparation
- Print weekly donation letters
- Other responsibilities
- At least one-year experience in a fast-paced environment
- Candidate will have a great positive attitude along with exceptional writing, implementation, detail and organization skills
- Office 365 and Salesforce preferable
- Other Information
- Part-time will be 20 hours per week; benefits not included
- Schedule can be flexible, but position will be based at Temple office and will need to work four or five days per week
Please send resume to Craig Goldstein, Executive Director, Temple to [email protected]
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.
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The Mission of The Temple is to:.