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The PHC is offering an incredible opportunity for a dynamic and passionate individual
or young couple to join our team. 



If you're ready for a challenging yet rewarding role in youth education and engagement, 
where you can make a positive difference in our community, 
then this is the position for you!



The main purpose of the role is to proactively drive EmPower: our religious, social, educational 
and cultural  programs that engage and connect Jewish youth for life.

About The PHC

The PHC is Western Australia’s largest and longest-established Orthodox Jewish congregation.
Led by a dynamic Rabbi and Rebbetzin, and a professional management team, we provide a wide range of religious, educational and social services and to the Perth Jewish community.

Key responsibilities of the role

  • To develop, extend and implement children’s, teens, and young adults' services on Shabbat and chaggim.

  • To upgrade and implement Bar and Bat Mitzvah programs, as well as pre and post-b'not mitzvah engagement programs.

  • To manage and teach EmPower Learning programs, including Jewish Studies and Hebrew reading lessons using our world-class materials and curricula.

  • To engage children, teenagers, and young adults in shule life.

  • To participate in religious services.

  • To build the PHC brand by participating in communal functions and events.

Key skills and experience
We are looking for a Jewish orthodox person who is an experienced and energetic “self-starter” with an outgoing, engaging personality, a professional approach to their work and the following:

  • Experience in Jewish education and youth leadership.

  • Fluency in English with strong interpersonal communication skills.

  • Strong computer skills and experience using social media (Facebook and Instagram) to communicate with, and engage, youth of different ages.

  • Excellent teaching skills and informal education experience with children and young adults.

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications and training.

  • Ability to lead Orthodox tefilla services (competence in leining would be a welcome bonus).

What we offer

  • A two-year, fixed-term contract position commencing June / July 2024
  • A supportive work environment
  • Active mentoring from the Rabbi and Management and responsive office / admin support
  • A generous budget for social, educational and cultural events
  • A library of world-class Jewish Studies and Hebrew reading materials and curricula
  • A comfortably furnished and fully equipped home on the PHC campus
  • A competitive salary package, mobile phone, and use of a car (applicants must have a current
    driver’s licence) 
  • 20 days annual leave
Next Steps
If you're keen to take on this exciting role, 
please submit your application including the following to (subject YD24):
  • A covering letter addressing the key responsibilities and outlines how you are suitable for the role
  • Resume (max 2 pages)
  • Contactable references
All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.
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