Immediate Staff Openings

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The Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts (MCCA): the arts & culture wing of the Washington DC Jewish Community Center (DCJCC)

Theater J invites applications and nominations for its Artistic Director position. Theater J is part of the Washington DC Jewish Community Center located in the center of the District. A full profile of the position and necessary qualifications may be found here: Interested applicants should submit required materials to the consulting firm retained to support Theater J in this search: 

Management Consultants for the Arts, Inc.
Theater J Artistic Director Search
Attn: David Mallette
By email:
65 High Ridge Road, #128 Stamford, CT 06905

Film & Music:  The Washington Jewish Film Festival and Music Festival and year round programs is accepting applications for the two new fulltime positions of

Administrative Coordinator 
Outreach & Communications Manager

Please click on the links provided for a full profile of the position and necessary qualifications as well as application information for sending resume and cover letters to Ilya Tovbis, Director of the Washington Jewish Film Festival and Washington Jewish Music Festival.

Early Childhood, Youth & Family

Camp and Youth Programs:  is seeking a Full Time Assistant Director of Camp and School Aged Programs to start immediately for its Afterschool, Day Camps and year-round Youth and Family Programs. This person should be energetic, creative and organized in planning programs for childresn in elementary school, and summer camps for day-campers aged 4-17. This position reports to the Director of Camp and School Aged Children.

Click here for a full job description and application information.  Please send resume and cover letter to Phillip Liebson

The Washington DCJCC is an inclusive and equal opportunity Employer.


Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts

 Theater J 

Carpenters and loadin/hang technical crew support by production. Send resume to Theater J Production.

Early Childhood, Youth & Family

Substitute Preschool Teachers: Send resume to: Bini Silver, Director for Early Childhood, Youth & Family or call (202) 777-3278.

Parenting Center teaching opportunties:

Early Childhood Music Teacher 
Accepting applications to teach a weekly 45-minute Jewish-themed Sunday morning music class, for children ages 6 months to 4 years (and their caregivers), with the potential for additional classes based on demand.  Candidates should be energetic and able to plan their own Jewish-themed curricula, and should have experience teaching toddler music classes.  The ability to play guitar or other instrument is preferred but not required.  Please contact Miriam Szubin, Director of the Parenting Center, at

If you have an idea for a class that you would like to offer to children in the range of newborn through 4 year olds, or a workshop that you would like to offer on a topic of interest to parents, please email Miriam Szubin, Director of the Parenting Center.

Customer Service

Front Desk Receptionist
Accepting applicants for PartTime under 20 hours per week receptionist to act as Customer Service Associate for the Front Desk. Includes full Fitness Membership but no Health Benefits. Click here for full job descriptionSend cover letter with daytime phone number and resume to: by April 20, 2014 to be considered. No phone calls please.

Sport & Fitness Center

GroupEx Teacher: opening for a GroupEx teacher for Monday 9:30am Stretch & Strength class only.  Please email resume and interest to Andre Dixon at  or call (202) 777-3274.

Private Swim Instructors: please send resume with certifications and cover letter to Jill Aaron, Aquatics Manager at

There are no part-time vacancies
for Fitness Floor Staff or Lifeguards at this time.

Open University

Teachers: If you are interested in teaching a language class, starting a study group, or have any other ideas for Open University classes, please email Erica Steen, Director of Community Engagement or call (202) 777-3255.


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The Washington DCJCC is a nonprofit organization and equal opportunity employer.



For questions regarding employment opportunities or staffing at the Washington DCJCC please contact:

Margaret Hahn Stern
Human Resources Director
(202) 777-3252