An out-of-town shul is currently searching for a new Rav. If you are interested in applying, please contact the RAA/Igud executive director, Rabbi Moish Schmerler firstname.lastname@example.org
The shul’s membership is a diverse group of committed Jewish families and individuals with hashkafos across the spectrum of orthodoxy, comprised of members who have supported the synagogue since its founding and other, younger members, who have joined in recent years. The community has a day-school, a state-of-the-art mikvah, an eruv, a kosher butcher, a kosher bakery, and a modern Jewish community center. The shul maintains a daily minyan for shacharis, mincha, and maariv.
* Presiding over the daily minyanim, Shabbos and Yorn Tov services.
* Teaching Torah in various Judaic subjects to both men and women. These have in the past ranged from daf yomi to halacha, parsha, and hashkafa. The Rabbi gives a drasha on Shabbos and offers insights between mincha and maariv and on Shabbos during the s’euda shlishis. Attendees at the Rabbi’s classes include members of other synagogues as well as unaffiliated Jews.
* Supervising the Va’ad Ha’Kashrus.
* Supervising the eruv.
* Reaching out to the community at large.
* Rabbinic counseling of both men and women in the community.
* Ability to teach classes.
* Competence in answering sheilahs in kashrus, taharas hamishpach, and other matters.
* Willingness to engage the larger Jewish community.
* Ability to work with different levels of observance and knowledge.
If you are interested in applying, please contact the RAA/Igud executive director, Rabbi Moish Schmerler email@example.com