Careers at Ramaz

In the heart of New York City is Ramaz - a Modern Orthodox Day School with a rich history of Jewish education, academic distinction, and nurturing of individual abilities and aspirations.

Anchored in the teaching of Torah and mitzvot (good deeds), students’ lives are enriched by an exceptional, devoted faculty; a Hebrew immersion program that begins in Nursery; a love for Israel; the cultural resources of Manhattan; and pride in their American heritage.

To be a student at Ramaz is to be encouraged, supported, and taught how to discover the best in oneself and in others, and to gain a profound, spirited sense of responsibility to the world.

At Ramaz chesed (kindness), co-curricular activities, sports teams, and the performing arts are central in school life; students learn to respect tradition, and at the same time, to challenge norms; inclusivity is not just a lesson, it’s a core value. Even young children become leaders who contribute to the Jewish community and improve the world around them.

Ramaz is a school from nursery through 12th grade, but its education lasts a lifetime. Join us. Make a difference in their lives and yours.

The Ramaz School offers a friendly, progressive work environment; excellent salaries and a comprehensive benefits package – plus the chance to have an impact on our children's future.

Ramaz is an EOE.


Current Openings:

Non-Academic Staff Positions

Executive Assistant

Ramaz seeks a full-time Executive Assistant to support the Institutional Advancement department.

Interested applicants should apply to Careers@Ramaz.org

Responsibilities
  • Manage all aspects of Head of Institutional Advancement’s, Chief Marketing Officer’s and Chief Development and Special Event Officer’s work flow, including phone calls, communications, correspondence, calendar
  • Maintain front office area and greet guests and visitors to the office
  • Serve as a liaison between the Institutional Advancement Department and the School community, fielding and directing requests to appropriate staff members and other departments
  • Provide support for Institutional Advancement projects and initiatives, including executing special requests from major donors, current parents, alumni
  • Attend and support Institutional Advancement events as needed
  • Support the Parents Council, in all areas of their activities including accounting, scheduling and event planning
  • Manage Bar/Bat Mitzvah calendar and related events management process for Ramaz students and other community members as needed
  • Support collaboration with the Charter Trustees and Board
  • Manage, monitor, and maintain IA office supplies and equipment
  • Provide general support the IA’s activities and events; participate in the efforts to move the mission of the department forward by attending School meetings and providing support to events, as needed
  • Manage all purchase orders for the IA department and coordinate with Business Office on all expense related items
  • Serve as a member of the “team” and offer ideas and suggestions in all areas of Institutional Advancement
Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • Minimum three years work experience
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and databases
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
Knowledge, skills, abilities and personal characteristics
  • Interpersonal and human relations skills
  • Written and verbal communication skills
  • Planning/organizational skills
  • Customer service and telephone skills
  • Ability to maintain and implement comprehensive schedules
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality

Facilities/Maintenance Team Member

The Ramaz School seeks a new member for our Facilities and Maintenance Team to start immediately.

Job Description
  • General maintenance/cleaning of the school facility
  • Basic plumbing, electrical, masonry, painting, flooring, etc. skills
  • Set up and strike of various school/community events.
  • Removal of snow and light landscaping duties
  • Assist with deliveries and mail distribution
  • Ability to keep a neat and organized work environment.
  • Organized, professional, responsible; ideal candidate is able to work independently. Time management skills are key
  • Flexible hours. Must be available and willing to work overtime, nights, and weekends.
  • Energetic, able to lift 50 plus pounds
  • E-mail/phone savvy
  • Customer Service skills a must
  • Additional duties assigned by the Building Superintendent
  • Must be willing to submit to a background check
  • Hourly compensation, benefits

Teaching Positions

Candidates must have appropriate experience teaching and motivating students, a dynamic classroom presence, a passion for teaching, and advanced degrees.

Lower School Music Teacher - Leave Replacement

The Ramaz Lower School seeks a music teacher to start in February for a leave replacement position.

Candidates must be comfortable accompanying students on an instrument (piano, guitar, etc.), have experience teaching early childhood through elementary students (ages 3-10), and a knowledge of and comfort teaching both general and Jewish (including Hebrew songs) music.

Please send resume and cover letter indicating position of interest to LSCareers@ramaz.org.

Lower School Hebrew Language & Judaic Studies Teachers

The Ramaz Lower School seeks full-time Hebrew language and Judaic studies teachers for grades 1-4. Applicants must have a BA / To’ar Rishon in a relevant field, and a native command of Hebrew.

Interested applicants should apply to LSCareers@Ramaz.org.

Middle School Math Teacher - Leave Replacement

The Ramaz Middle School seeks a math teacher for grades 5-8 to complete the school year as a replacement teacher starting in April (possibly including a full-time position for the upcoming school year).

Candidate must have a B.S. in math or math education and 2- 4 years teaching experience. M.S. in mathematics or math education preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter indicating position of interest to mscareers@ramaz.org

Upper School History Teacher

The Ramaz Upper School seeks an American History and World Jewish History teacher (grades 9-11) for Fall 2017.

Prior high school or college teaching experience required. PhD in history preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter indicating position of interest to uscareers@ramaz.org

Upper School Chemistry/Physics Teacher

The Ramaz Upper School seeks a Chemistry/Physics Teacher with prior high school or college teaching experience.

Bachelor’s degree required but higher degrees preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter indicating position of interest to uscareers@ramaz.org

To apply for a position, please email your resume and cover letter – indicating position of interest and where you saw the job posting – to the appropriate division address:

Early Childhood Center
ecccareers@ramaz.org


Middle School
mscareers@ramaz.org


Lower School
lscareers@ramaz.org


Upper School
uscareers@ramaz.org


For all other positions, please email careers@ramaz.org.

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