Sixty member Conservative synagogue in Reno, NV seeks a part time Rabbi / Spiritual Leader. Responsibilities ideally include:

·        Leading three Saturday morning services each month.

·        Leading one Friday evening service each month.

·        Leading High Holy Day and other holiday services with others.

·        Coordinate leading services with ordained and lay members.

·        Adult education and other programming to be determined.

·        Available for life cycle events at fees to be determined.

·        Collaborate with Board leadership.

Tagged as: part time, rabbi, spiritual leader

How do you do Jewish : Conservative
Timing Expectations: Part Time - 3 Saturday Morning services per month; 1 Friday night service per month; High Holiday and other holiday services; classes and programs as determined.
Community Description:

Reno, NV is located in the ideal climate of the high desert of Northern Nevada minutes from the beautiful and world renowned Lake Tahoe and Sierra Nevada Mountains. Reno is ideal for those who enjoy skiing with nine ski resorts within an hours drive, hiking and other outdoor activities. Reno is home to University of Nevada, Reno and offers many big city amenities such as theater, opera, museums and a symphony. In addition, Nevada has a low cost of living and no state income or estate taxes.

Work Remotely: no

Creative and inspiring pulpit, educational, programming, organizational and community development experience and expertise.

The ability to inspire a spiritually vibrant, inclusive, and welcoming community.

Warm, welcoming and compassionate.

Smicha as a Rabbi or Cantor is not required but helpful and preferred.

Position Start Date: Fall 2022
Salary Range: $45,000
Send resumes and cover letter to:

Please email your resume and/or CV with Subject identified as “Resume” to: Yudi Nadler, Synagogue Administrator at administrator@renoemanuel.org

About Congregation Temple Emanuel

Founded in 1921 in Reno, NV, Congregation Temple Emanu-El is Nevada’s oldest Jewish Congregation. We have a 150+ seat sanctuary, a small Beit Knesset, social hall, library, fully equipped kosher kitchen and three classrooms. The building is on 2+ acres and is undergoing interior renovations. We have no mortgage and no operating deficit.

We have a culturally diverse community with members from Israel, Persia, Russia, South Africa, Turkey as well as throughout the United States. Our members are committed to strong Jewish values, Torah, study, Am Yisrael and Eretz Yisrael. We have hard working volunteer members – including three retired Rabbis - devoted to actively participating in the synagogue by leading services, reading Torah, giving divrei Torah, teaching classes and preparing kiddush.