In 2015, Rabbis Without Borders (RWB) launched the RWB Service Corps, a volunteer-driven program where rabbis give of their time to underserved Jewish communities – those who have no access to rabbis or other professional support. The response was tremendous. To our delight, many communities who had the resources to hire a rabbi for full- or part-time work also contacted us. These communities were unaffiliated with any Jewish denomination or movement, and needed help getting the word out that they had rabbinic positions available. We began to help them.

The goal of RabbiCareers.com is to continue helping connect rabbis with opportunities for paid work anywhere (full-time, part-time, or even one-time): pulpit work, nonprofit, Hillel, school, or a new kind of venue.

If you are an employer, welcome! Please click here to begin your job post.

If you are a rabbi looking for work, welcome! Take a moment to upload your resume, an introductory video about yourself, and scroll through the job offerings.

We hope that you both find each other!

Rabbis Without Borders is a program of CLAL- The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership.

 

About Rabbi Rebecca Sirbu

RabbiRebecca-1.pngRabbi Rebecca W. Sirbu is the Director of Rabbis Without Borders at CLAL – The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership. Named as one of the most innovative Jewish organizations in America by the Slingshot Guide, Rabbis Without Borders stimulates and supports creativity in religious life. Rabbi Sirbu was named as one of the “Most Inspirational Rabbis in America” by The Forward Newspaper. She is a consultant for synagogues, organizations, and individuals on leadership development, building creative capacity, actualizing ideas, and how to work across religious and cultural borders. She is an expert voice on social media, speaker, and writer, on a variety of issues related to religion in America today. She is published in several books: I am Here: The Untold Stories of Everyday People, Faithfully Feminist: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Women on Why They Stay, and The Sacred Calling: Forty Years of Women in the Rabbinate (anticipated 2015), and is regular contributor to eJewish Philanthropy among other publications. She manages and writes for the Rabbis Without Borders blog on myjewishlearing.com. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Vassar College, she holds a master’s degree and ordination from The Jewish Theological Seminary of America. She tweets at @rabbirebecca and @rwbclal.