Hopkins Hillel is seeking a High Holiday service leader for Rosh Hashanah/Yom Kippur Yom for our community of students, faculty, and local participants.  The Service leader will be responsible for the following:

You will partner with staff and student leaders as you craft and lead all Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur worship services. Specific responsibilities to lead or coordinate include:

o   Leading meaningful prayers for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

o   Rosh Hashanah services (evening and morning first day)

o   Plan services and songs with student leaders

o   Chanting “Kol Nidre.”

o   Giving sermons on Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur morning (or where you see fit).

o   Working with students to read Torah and blow the shofar.

o   Adapting the service as you and students see fit to create meaningful, engaging worship.

Base compensation plus travel, hotel, and meals.

Why you need a rabbi: High Holiday Service Leader
Community Description:

Johns Hopkins Hillel

Work Remotely: no

Rabbi or Rabbinic student

Position Start Date: October 2-3 and October 18-19
Salary Range: Compensation based on experience. Includes travel, hotel and meals
Send resumes and cover letter to:

Hopkins Hillel
Attn: Monica Davis-Executive Director
email: mdavis@jhu.edu

About Johns Hopkins Hillel

The Hillel at Johns Hopkins University is a vibrant and pluralistic Jewish community on campus, anchored by a modern and well-equipped four story building that students call home. The building, which is one block from the main entrance to the campus, includes multiple meeting rooms, a library, offices for staff and students, a kosher kitchen and dining room, and comfortable lounge space for study, informal meetings and schmoozing. Students enjoy our beautiful facility to study, meet friends, participate in diverse programming, explore Israel and celebrate Shabbat and Jewish Holidays. There are approximately 400 Jewish students at JHU, about 7% of the undergraduate population. Jewish students are an active, dynamic part of both Hillel and the campus community. The Jewish students, like the entire student body at JHU, are motivated, thoughtful and energetic. There are many opportunities for students to become active in Jewish life through community building, culture and the arts, Israel dialogue, social justice, and religious life.