“We work as a respectful, collaborative partnership of professionals and lay leaders, working together for the good of our community and the individuals within it.”

Alyth is blessed with a dedicated team of professional staff who aim to always be available.  When we are recruiting for new members of staff we will post the details here.

 

Cantor (Minister of Religion)

The successful candidate will join one of the largest and most dynamic communities in Europe, an exemplar of Reform Jewish values.

We are looking for a cantor who is excited by this opportunity and by the prospect of working in a team.  The successful candidate must be a Cantor, ordained by a recognised seminary with Reform Jewish values. The preferred candidate will have significant experience working in progressive communities, with at least one years experience as an ordained cantor. They must have experience in leading a variety of service styles, expertise in nusach and in choral music, and training and experience in pastoral work.

In addition to shared spiritual, pastoral and lifecycle responsibilities, the Cantor will work closely with our Head of Music, bringing their expertise to develop our liturgical repertoire, including greater use of nusach in our multiple minyanim, and contributing to member engagement with focus on the role of Jewish music in adult and youth engagement.

Please apply attaching a full CV to our Chairman, Russell Baum, at chair@alyth.org.uk.

The starting salary range for this full time role will be Points 1-4 on the Reform Judaism Rabbinic and Cantorial salary scales (£42-44,500). Closing date for applications: Sunday 1 December 2019.

 

Rabbi (Minister of Religion)

The successful candidate will join one of the largest and most dynamic communities in Europe, an exemplar of Reform Jewish values.

We are looking for a confident, engaging and innovative rabbi who is excited by this opportunity and by the prospect of working in a team.  The successful candidate must be a Rabbi, ordained by a recognised seminary with Reform Jewish values. Preferred candidates will be recently or newly qualified (0-2 years) so we can work with them to nurture and develop their skills.

The role will share a diverse range of rabbinic responsibilities, serving the spiritual, pastoral, intellectual and lifecycle needs of the community, including contributing to our member engagement strategy.

For full details and an application pack, apply to our Chairman, Russell Baum, at chair@alyth.org.uk. For more information about the community and the role, contact our Principal Rabbi, Josh Levy at josh@alyth.org.uk.

The starting salary range for this full time role will be Points 1-4 on the Reform Judaism Rabbinic and Cantorial salary scales (£42-44,500).  Closing date for applications: Sunday 1 December 2019.