Administrative Assistant


The Rabbinical Assembly, the international membership organization of Conservative rabbis, is hiring an Administrative Assistant to support the work of the Commission for a Vital and Connected Rabbinate.

Responsibilities include:

  • Supporting the eleven commission committees including scheduling meetings and sending communications to committee members.
  • Scheduling and staffing committee meetings and programs. Meetings usually take place using a web conferencing technology called Zoom.
  • Keeping minutes at committee meetings and making notes for next steps.
  • Following up with committee chairs and volunteers to keep the commission’s work and projects on track.
  • Tracking involvement and engagement of committee members and the goals of the commission.
  • Record keeping for the work of each of the committees.
  • Writing reports on the actions of the committees and the work of the commission as a whole.


  • BA, some administrative/office experience
  • Highly organized and detail oriented
  • Ability to manage and execute numerous projects simultaneously
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite
  • Flexible and willing to work as part of a team
  • Passion for Jewish life and culture a plus

Salary commensurate with experience.

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About the Rabbinical Assembly:
The Rabbinical Assembly, first established in 1901 by graduates of the rabbinical school of the Jewish Theological Seminary, is the international association of Conservative/Masorti rabbis. Today its ranks include rabbis ordained at the seminaries of the Conservative/Masorti movement as well as rabbis of other accredited rabbinical schools who accept the tenets of Conservative Judaism. Its nearly 1,600 members serve as congregational rabbis, educators, military and hospital chaplains, professors of Judaica, and officers of communal service organizations throughout the world. While the majority of the men and women of the Assembly serve in the United States and Canada, more than ten percent of its rabbis serve in Israel and many of its rabbis serve in Latin America, in the countries of Europe, Australia and South Africa.

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