Tawonga is currently seeking to hire a Lead Educator for our Bar, Bat & B’nai Mitzvah Program. This is a part-time position for the period of September 2023 through May 2024.
Interested in applying? Please send an email with resume and cover letter to email@example.com to be considered for the role.
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Committed to Equity
We are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees, that truly reflects the diversity of our vibrant community. When we have positions to fill, Tawonga strongly encourages applications from people of color, women, people with disabilities, immigrants, LGBTQIA individuals and people who come from low income or working class backgrounds.
About Tawonga’s Culture
At Camp Tawonga, we are a caring, collaborative, joyous group of professionals who take great pride in fulfilling our mission and having fun while doing it. We have deep respect for our community, the children and the families we serve; for nature and the physical world; and for Jewish value of “tikkun olam” – repairing the world. Some of us are life-long camp people and for others, it’s our first time working for a camp.
We are a Jewish organization, and we welcome and are inclusive of all staff and community members, Jewish and non-Jewish alike. We are committed to JEDI (justice, equity, diversity and inclusion) and the ongoing reflection, learning and action required to be aligned with these values and create and sustain a race equity culture.
In pre-COVID times, you would consistently find us hanging out in common areas, collaborating or just catching up, because we value interpersonal connection. Since COVID, we have moved to a mostly-remote work environment but we still gather twice a month for staff meetings, lunches, happy hours, hikes and other activities to nurture those connections. Might you be a good fit to join our team? We hope you’ll consider applying!