Job Title

Diller Teen Fellows Programme Coordinator & Year Course Recruiter

Job Description

Diller Teen Fellows:
* Develop and lead scheduled workshops and retreats throughout the year in accordance with the Diller mission, vision, and goals
* Provide mentorship and guidance to 20 programme participants, 2 junior leaders, and programme intern
* Manage the marketing, recruitment, interviewing and selection process for 20 participants for each upcoming programme year
* Design, co-lead, and supervise, in partnership with Israeli partner Coordinator, seminars in local community and in Israel
* Ongoing curriculum development and programme evaluation in coordination with Diller programme guidance
* Budget management with assistance from department head and administrative support
* Active participation in local Diller Teen Fellows Advisory Committee meetings
* Active participation in national and international conference calls and professional development seminars
* Promote the programme locally in collaboration with other local organisations
* Engage parents of participating teens and local programme alumni in focused ways that help them understand and contribute to the experience their teens are having
* Plan and manage all logistics related to workshops and retreats, service learning projects, Israel education and travel planning

Professional Experience

Experience developing and leading programming addressing Jewish identity development, youth leadership development, community service, and Israel education.  Experience in experiential education, group facilitation, programme development and/or management.

Formal Qualifications

BA in Education, Psychology, Social Work, Jewish Studies, or related field; MA preferred

Requisite Skills

Hiring Organization

Job Location

Hendon, London

Start Date

As soon as possible

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Additional Information

* Proven success developing personal connections with and mentoring Jewish teens
* Understanding of and appreciation for Israeli culture, preferably including extended time in Israel and at least a beginning-intermediate understanding of Israeli history, politics, and geography
* Basic knowledge of Hebrew
* Knowledge of the local Jewish community and prior experience working collaboratively with community professionals
* Strong facilitation, education, organisation, and communication skills required to effectively interact with, lead, and inspire a diverse body of teens, parents, community leaders and staff, as well as to effectively collaborate with partner agency staff
* Administrative and management skills including budget management, scheduling, and communications management
* Ability to collaborate in an international partnership and to work with and contribute to an international peer network of Diller Teen Fellow Coordinators
* Availability to some work nights and weekends, including travel to Israel for 3 weeks during the summer as well as additional travel during the year to a variety of conferences and trainings
* Understanding of and ability to ensure child protection procedures are followed and that the safeguarding of young people is paramount
* Enhanced Disclosure from DBS

How to Apply

To apply for the position of Diller Teen Fellows Programme Coordinator & Year Course Recruiter please send your CV and a supporting statement to For more information about the position you can call the FZY office on +44 (0)20 8201 6661. Applications will be processed as they are received and we are seeking to interview and appoint someone as soon as possible.