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Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston

Jewish Experiential Education Director

The Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston has an immediate opening for a full-time experienced Jewish experiential educator and independent self-starter to develop, lead and direct a new program initiative in youth learning and engagement at the JCC. This position reports to the VP Youth Services and Adult Engagement.

The Jewish Experiential Education Director will be responsible for developing and implementing course curriculum for a Jewish education program (working title JCC U-Choose) for elementary aged children (ages 5-8).  The goal of the program is to create meaningful Jewish experiences which will reach and engage more youth in active and vibrant Jewish life and learning in our community. An important target market is families who are not yet affiliated. General tasks of the position include curriculum and program development, hiring and supervising staff, outreach, recruitment, marketing and other administrative tasks.
The ideal candidate will have at least five years of experience as an educator, preferably in a Jewish experiential setting, with an understanding of issues and trends relevant to Jewish learners and the overall Jewish community today. All applicants must demonstrate proven experience in development, planning and implementation of programming for children. Strong leadership and project management skills, budget management and supervisory experience also required. Candidates must have the ability to work in a complex environment with many stakeholders.

Competitive salary and benefits. This position requires a combination of weekday, weekend and evening work.  The Jewish Experiential Education Director maintains an office at the JCC in Newton, but will travel as needed, mainly in the Boston area.  Qualified candidates should submit a resume, references and salary history to cpo@jccgb.org.

Information Technology Desktop Support Technician

The Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston seeks a part-time Information Technology Desktop Support Technician to support the organization’s computer systems.  Reporting to the Assistant Vice President of Information Technology & Analytics, this position will be responsible for providing desktop support to staff, including working with Windows, MS Office, custom JCCGB software, and hardware (PCs, printer, monitors, etc.). 
Core duties include:

♦ Support end users’ PCs
♦ Complete project work such as a hardware inventory, Spiceworks configuration, etc.
♦ Assist other IT staff as needed

This is an excellent opportunity to learn new skills and software, including configuration of Spiceworks as a ticketing system.  The ideal candidate will have five years experience supporting computers in a Windows environment and the ability to quickly learn and master new programs.  Knowledge of Spiceworks a plus.  A Bachelors Degree in Computer Science or related discipline a plus.  This position requires knowledge of Windows environments, including Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 10, Microsoft Office, etc.  Must have exposure to Windows Server environment including Active Directory.  Applicants must be able to communicate effectively with JCC staff and must have the ability to lift 50 pounds.
Competitive salary. To apply, please email cover letter and resume, with salary history to techjobs@jccgb.org . No phone calls please.

Capital Campaign Operations and Administrative Coordinator - Part-time
Responsible for the coordination and operational management of the JCC’s capital campaign. Reporting to the Vice President of Development, this position will oversee pledge activity, volunteer coordination, event support and gift reporting activity.  The Capital Campaign Operations and Administrative Coordinator will organize and attend all relevant committee meetings and provide general program and administrative support to the VP of Development and other senior staff to assure all operations run smoothly and efficiently. She/he will work collaboratively with and in support of volunteers, development staff, and JCC representatives to cultivate and solicit donors.
Essential functions include:

♦ Serve as the organizational hub for the campaign, including managing all administrative and operational aspects of campaign.
♦ Plan, implement and attend all campaign-related committee and task force meetings.  Works with appropriate lead staff to organize attendance, logistics, agenda and materials preparation, meeting minutes and follow-up items.
♦ Manage and coordinate campaign cultivation events, including logistics, venue, communications and strategic follow-up.
♦ Coordinate and implement the communications plan for the campaign, including solicitation mailings and the distribution of collateral such as brochure, newsletters, video, e-newsletters, etc.
♦ Prepare and distribute materials for the solicitation of selected donors.
♦ Maintain the campaign calendar, including committee meetings, communications, and other critical fundraising and reporting deadlines.
♦ Draft weekly campaign status reports for the Board, Campaign Cabinet and counsel.
♦ Track campaign progress.
♦ Supervise the accuracy of the campaign database including production of financial campaign reports, volunteer assignment reports, solicitation status, and tracking of pledges.
♦ Oversee donor acknowledgement letters and phone calls, and all other gift acceptance and acknowledgement procedures.
♦ Assist with budget monitoring ensuring appropriate tracking and financial efficiencies.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelors degree, combined with two or more years of experience supporting a fundraising campaign. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. Capital campaign experience is a plus. This position requires strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to establish priorities, set objectives and achieve stated goals. Also requires a creative, energetic and highly self-motivated individual with strong organizational skills. 
Requirements include:  PC literacy with strong competency in all Microsoft Office Suite programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access). Demonstrated ability to work with and maintain confidential information. Must be able to work evenings, weekends or irregular hours as necessary to interact with donors and prospects and attend relevant meetings and events.
Approximately 15 hours/week. Competitive salary. To apply, please send cover letter and resume, with salary history, to jobs@jccgb.org. No phone calls.


Leventhal-Sidman JCC in Newton, MA

Administrative Assistant - Aquatics Department

The Leventhal-Sidman JCC in Newton seeks a full-time Aquatics Department Administrative Assistant. Duties include oversight of all administrative aspects of the Lenny Krayzelburg Swim Academy and the Karishim Swim Team and other department duties (registration and program logistics), as necessary. Systems implementation/maintenance and administrative support for the Aquatics Director, Assistant Aquatics Director, and Head Swim Team Coach are key components of this position. High level of customer service, attention to detail and timely communication/follow-up skills required. Knowledge of Word, Excel and PowerPoint required. Must be able to multi-task. Bachelors degree preferred. Related admin experience required. Competitive benefits and compensation package.
To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Korrinn Lubarsky, Aquatics Director, at klubarsky@jccgb.org. No phone calls please.

Building Maintenance Mechanic

Seeking a full-time Building Maintenance Mechanic at the Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center in Newton. Reporting to the Facilities Manager, this position requires five years related experience and knowledge of plumbing, electrical, mechanical repairs and general maintenance. Knowledge of swimming pools a plus. Must be self-motivated, reliable and service oriented. This is a 40 hours per week position, Sunday through Thursday. High school diploma or equivalent required.

Responsibilities include:

♦ Perform day-to-day upkeep and maintenance of facility and equipment as assigned, including building and swimming pool maintenance and repairs. 
♦ Perform preventative maintenance, scheduled and unscheduled repairs on equipment and HVAC units, whirlpools, saunas, steam rooms, etc.
♦ Ensure that the Facilities Manager is made immediately aware of equipment or facility issues that may affect safety or environment.
♦ Follow all company safety policies and procedures.
♦ Perform additional responsibilities to be assigned as required by business needs. 

To apply, send resume to facilities@jccgb.org. No phone calls please.

Certified personal trainers

The JCC is hiring enthusiastic and knowledgeable certified personal trainers to develop exercise prescriptions, and work one-on-one with members. Additional opportunities for trainers to lead small group training classes such as TRX and Bootcamp. Applicants must possess strong customer service skills and the determination to build a personal training client base. Must hold a nationally accredited training certification (ACSM, NASM, NSCA, ACE) and must be able to work flexible hours including weekends and evenings. Current CPR/AED certification required. Minimum of five years of experience in the health and fitness industry and/or a degree in a fitness related field preferred. Compensation: generous sliding pay scale based on weekly sales. Send resume to personaltraining@jccgb.org. No phone calls, please.

Group exercise and cycle instructors

Now hiring qualified group exercise and cycle instructors for Zumba, Cycle, Cardio Sculpt, Step, Muscle, Yoga, Pilates and other group exercise classes.  More than 80 classes are held each week in three studios. Requirements: comprehensive understanding of current fitness standards, trends and principles; one year of group exercise teaching experience; current group exercise certification from an industry recognized association (AFAA/ACE/Spinning® or similar); and current CPR certification. Send resume to groupfitness@jccgb.org. No phone calls, please.

Gymnastics instructor

Instructors needed to teach pre-school aged classes. Traditional gymnastics or rhythmic gymnastics experience acceptable. Must be CPR/AED certified.  Send resume to sports@jccgb.org. No phone calls, please.

Part-time babysitters

Part-time college-aged or older female babysitters to care for children ranging in age from three months to eight years. Candidate must be reliable, energetic and have great customer service skills. Must have previous experience working with children in this age group. CPR/First Aid recommended. Hours: Saturday and Sunday mornings (8-11:30am) and some subbing Monday-Friday (8:30am-12pm). Salary: $11/hour. Benefits include free fitness center membership. Must have reliable car.  Send resume to sports@jccgb.org. No phone calls, please.

Part-time sports coaches

Instructors needed to teach sports classes to children ages 3-12. Prior experience working with different youth age groups required. Positions available for every day of the week. Must be CPR/AED certified. Send resume to sports@jccgb.org. No phone calls, please.

J Cafe cashier

Hardworking, reliable J Café cashier needed to work in the kosher food service department at the JCC in Newton. The hours are 9:30am-2:30pm Monday-Thursday and 9am-2pm on Friday (25 hours per week).  This position is responsible for the entry of all sales in the J Café, daily reconciliation of the cash drawer, restocking the display cases, printing daily labels and providing excellent customer service to members, staff and guests.  Contact kosherfoodservice@jccgb.org.

Tennis instructor

Certified tennis instructor needed to teach small group classes to children ages 4-12. Opportunity to teach private and semi-private lessons also available. Must be CPR/AED certified. Send resume to sports@jccgb.org. No phone calls, please.

Arts and crafts facilitator

The Leventhal-Sidman JCC seeks a mature, responsible, reliable individual who loves working with children and loves to be creative. This part-time position involves leading a drop-in arts and crafts program on Saturdays from 9am-noon or Sundays from 11:30am-2:30pm. Projects include simple arts and crafts, beading, painting, drawing, and popsicle stick construction. If interested, please send brief summary of previous experience working with children and arts and crafts programs to sports@jccgb.org.

Fitness center staff member

The JCC seeks an outgoing person to provide excellent customer service in the fitness center. All staff members provide assistance and monitor for safety for all fitness center members.


♦ Create a warm, welcoming environment for all fitness center members
♦ Keep the fitness center and group fitness studios clean, organized and stocked.
♦ Maintain and clean fitness center equipment.
♦ Book appointments, if necessary, for personal trainers.
♦ Monitor the safety of all fitness center members and provide first aid care if necessary.
Must be CPR/AED certified. Fitness experience preferred but not required. Must be able to work weekends and evenings.
Please send a resume to personaltraining@jccgb.org

Health club attendant
Seeking a Health Club Attendant to provide excellent customer service to members in the private Men's Health Center/Locker Room. Responsible for keeping health center neat, clean and organized. Duties include clean up (including exercise equipment), laundry (pick up, wash and fold towels), restock vanity area, make coffee, and organize the lounge area. Must be service oriented and reliable. Transportation a must.  Monday-Friday daytime shifts available.
To apply, send resume to mhcjobs@jccgb.org or call 617-558-6464.

Women's Adult Locker Room attendant

Seeking a Locker Room Attendant to provide excellent customer service to members in the private Women's Adult Locker Room. Responsible for keeping locker room neat, clean and organized. Duties include clean up, laundry (pick up, wash and fold towels), restock vanity area, make coffee, and organize the lounge area. Must be service oriented and reliable. Transportation a must.  Evening and weekend shifts available.
To apply, send resume to WALR@jccgb.org or call 617-558-6462..

Indoor pool swim class supervisor
We are looking for someone with an outgoing personality who can provide excellent customer service.  You must be able to develop personal working relationships with members and be able to help and resolve member issues and concerns as well as check-in swim lesson participants.  Must be self-motivated, able to multi-task and comfortable speaking to parents and children. 
Duties and responsibilities:

  • ♦ Initiate warm and friendly welcome to all clients entering the pool facility.
    ♦ Be helpful, considerate and try to work out any issues.
    ♦ Be accountable for the physical appearance and overall organization of the pool, including station set-up, aquatics equipment, deck furniture, and station breakdown.
    ♦ Have a thorough knowledge of and ability to communicate the particulars regarding the Lenny Krayzelburg Swim Academy program to clients.
    ♦ Take attendance for each scheduled class.
    ♦ Help monitor safety and act as “another set of eyes” at the pool. The children’s safety is always the most important responsibility.
    ♦ Make sure that all children under the age of 3.5 wear a swim diaper, vinyl swim pant and a swim suit.
    ♦ Give out skill stickers for the students if the instructor does not have time.
    ♦ Help facilitate communication between parents and the instructors or the office.
    ♦ Maintain clear access around the pools.
    ♦ Assist instructors to give the office any swim level changes.

To apply, send resume to aquatics@jccgb.org


Lifeguards are responsible to enforce safety rules and provide appropriate supervision for the pool area, and ensure a safe environment in and around the pool area. Lifeguard candidates MUST have current certifications in Lifeguard Training, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, First Aid, and AED.


♦ Ensure safety in and around the pool area at all times
♦ Anticipate hazardous conditions and take precautionary measures
♦ Render first aid and CPR within the scope of employee's certifications
♦ Maintain pool area so that area is kept clean and safe at all times
♦ Create a warm and welcoming environment for all members
♦ Attend training or staff meetings as scheduled
♦ Maintain appropriate certifications
♦ Understand safety and emergency preparedness procedures for the JCC

This is an hourly, part-time position. Daytime, weekend and evening hours will be required. Please email your resume to aquatics@jccgb.org

Swim Instructor
Swim Instructors teach swim classes for babies, children and adults using the SwimRight® Method which is a part of the Lenny Krayzelburg Swim Academy. Swim Instructors should have experience teaching swim lessons and enjoy working with children. Swim Instructors are mostly needed for afterschool and weekend hours.

The Lenny Krayzelburg Swim Academy (LKSA) is a unique aquatics education program organized around swimming foundations and designed with an emphasis on safety. From the age of three months, children (and adults) can start at any time--and learn and progress at their own pace. Students are taught the SwimRight® method, which focuses on correct body positioning and proper alignment from the early stages of lessons.

To become an instructor, there is a 40 hour training that must be taken. The 40 hours is a mixture of watching videos, learning about the method and program, co-teaching, teaching on your own and a test at the end. The cost of the program is $200 and you will earn that back if you work for us for 6 months consecutively.

Candidates fluent in Russian and English encouraged. Send resume to aquatics@jccgb.org or contact 617-558-6468.

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South Area

Full-Time Teacher, Gilson JCC Early Learning Center, Sharon
Seeking an enthusiastic, motivated, caring and nurturing teacher.  This position will begin in August 2015 and will be a school-year position, from end of August through June.  Must be EEC certified. BA/BS degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or Elementary Education with minimum of two years experience in an early learning center preferred. Terrific setting in Sharon. Competitive salary and great benefits. Please contact the Center Director at sharon-elc@jccgb.org or 617-340-7504, ext 2.

North Area

There are no open positions at this time.

Boston Area

There are no open positions at this time.

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JCC Grossman Camp

JCC Grossman Camp is a day camp for boys and girls ages 4 1/2-15 located on Hale Reservation in Westwood, MA.

Eight-week commitment required. Monday-Friday, full day.

Apply for JCC Grossman Camp staff positions
Health Form, Staff Health and Release Form

Leadership Staff
Kehilla Unit Head (Orthodox Unit)

Waterfront Staff

Senior Counselors (high school graduates and above) from Brookline, Cambridge, Brighton and Needham (to also be bus counselors)
Senior Counselors to assist in Jewelry Making, Gymnastics, Arts and Crafts, Mountain Biking and Rockclimbing Wall
Junior Counselors (going into 11th and 12th grades) from Brookline, Cambridge, Brighton and Needham (to also be bus counselors)
Junior Counselors to assist in Jewelry Making, Gymnastics, Arts and Crafts, Mountain Biking and Rockclimbing Wall

Archery (Junior)
Drama (Junior)
Digital Photography
Golf Cart Driver
Jewelry Making
Video Games
Video Production

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JCC Camp Kingswood

JCC Camp Kingswood is the overnight camp for boys and girls entering grades 3-11 located in Bridgton, Maine. Summer dates are June 29-August 17.

Summer 2016 employment

Kingswood is currently hiring unit heads, counselors (age 18+), junior counselors (age 17), nurses and waterfront staff
Apply for JCC Camp Kingswood staff positions

Health Form, Staff Health and Release Form


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Kaleidoscope Creative Arts & Science Camp

JCC Kaleidoscope Creative Arts & Science Camp is a pluralistic day camp for boys and girls entering grades K-8 and CITs entering grades 9-11at the Leventhal-Sidman JCC in Newton. Want to work in a creative, supportive environment? JCC Kaleidoscope camp is looking for staff for summer 2016.  Everyone welcome. Children of camp staff may attend camp at no charge.

Eight week commitment required (June 27-August 19) including orientation days (unless otherwise agreed upon).
Monday-Friday, full day, 8:30am-4:00pm

Camp dates: June 27-August 19
Orientation dates: June 22, 24 and 26

Although camp is not easily accessible by public transportation, camp buses are available from Brookline, Framingham, Naticks, Needham and Wayland.

Please send cover letter, application and three letters of reference.

Apply for JCC Kaleidoscope Camp staff positions
Health Form, Staff Heath and Release Form

Camper Support Coordinator
Provide direct service and consultation services to campers, parents and camp staff.

Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Working directly with campers ages 5-15 as needed to ensure they are happy at camp
  • Indentifying strategies to help children with special needs including developmental delays, gross and fine motor delays, autism spectrum disorders, etc.
  • Being a resource to parents, caregivers and staff regarding topics of typical and atypical child development and behavior. This may include identifying outside services for campers.
  • Attending daily meetings with the camp director and assistant director as well as weekly staff meeting.
  • Working with directors to provide training and development to camp staff, including developing behavior plans, one-on-one meetings with campers and/or counselors and specialists, etc.
  • Education: Degree in Education, Special Education, Child Development, Developmental Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or related field.
  • Experience: Two or more years of teaching and/or counseling with school-age children.
  • Work Environment: Camp is fast-paced, energetic and lasts only eight weeks. The Camper Support Coordinator must be able to be a positive force, have fun, think on his/her feet and relate well to children, staff and parents.
Salary commensurate with hours and experience.

Program Director
Create and schedule classes and activities for campers, grades K-eight, throughout the summer. Tasks include communicating with staff to develop program electives and theme days; designing camper surveys (Google docs); setting up class lists; disseminating schedules; and supporting teachers as needed. In addition, the Program Director may co-teach two to three classes per day in his/her chosen subject.

Candidates must have a college degree and at least three years teaching and/or camp experience. Must be computer savvy, enthusiastic, warm, organized, full of ideas and love kids. Position begins part-time in April or May and increases to full-time during the camp season, June 27-August 21. Salary is negotiable and commensurate with experience.
Drama Teacher will teach creative drama and direct short productions with campers entering grades Kindergarten-three. Bunk groups have drama class daily, culminating in 10-minute presentations of folktales, picture books or children’s stories for parents at two Arts Nights each summer. Applicants must have directing and teaching experience and a college degree in theater, theater education or a related field.

Dance and Creative Movement/Play Specialist will primarily teach boys and girls entering grades K-3, with one or two elective classes daily for campers entering grades 4-10. Classes may include movement games, creative play, and dance. Classes culminate in short performances at the end of each four-week session as part of Arts Nights. Specialist should have extensive experience teaching young children. Thorough understanding of young children, classroom management skills and a sense of play necessary.

Seeking mature, reliable, patient people who understand what it takes to make a camper's day a wonderful experience. Counselors must be rising high school seniors or older with demonstrated leadership skills and experience working with children. Bus counselor positions from Brookline and Framingham include additional compensation. All counselors must be available for the full eight-week season.

Lower camp counselors are responsible for a camper “bunk,” assisting specialists and supervising unstructured time for campers entering grades K-1. Middle camp counselors work with campers grades 2 & 3, and may also lead afternoon activities. Upper camp counselors teach up to 4 classes daily, while supervising camper groups entering grades 4-8 at drop off, lunch, swim and dismissal. Counselor-led activities may include dance, drama, art, crafts, boating, games, sports, music, magic, circus arts or others!

To Apply
Send cover letter, application and three letters of reference to kaleidoscope@bostonjcc.org.


JCC Kaleidoscope Creative Arts & Science Camp
333 Nahanton Street, Newton, MA 02459

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JCC Early Learning Centers


Assistant Directors, Bernice B. Godine JCC Early Learning Center

The Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston is searching for warm, creative, and experienced early childhood leaders to serve as Assistant Directors of the Bernice B. Godine JCC Early Learning Center. The Center is a fully-enrolled, vibrant program of 13 classrooms, and serves infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, with a strong, loyal parents community. The Center is located on the Needham/Newton line at the Leventhal-Sidman JCC.
Assistant Director: Infant/Toddler Program
Core responsibilities:
  • Supervise one infant classroom and five toddler classrooms, including 19 educators
  • Lead a diverse, full-day programs into the future with vision and energy
  • Embrace a child-centered, constructive philosophy
  • Oversee professional development activities
  • Maintain parent relations and communication
  • Participate as an active member of the JCC ELC Director team, in ongoing professional development and in support of the JCCs of Greater Boston's mission and goals
BA in Child Development or related field (MA preferred) and a minimum of five years experience required.
Assistant Director: Enrollment and Families
Core responsibilities:
  • Ensure a warm and welcoming experience for all prospective and current families
  • Manage all aspects of marketing, recruitment, enrollment and placement of children
  • Create and foster a caring community, build and maintain relationships, and provide superior customer service to families and educators
  • Serve as a direct liaison to the parent board
  • Oversee family programming and events
  • Manage front office operations and supervise office staff
  • Participate as an active member of the JCC ELC Director team, in ongoing professional development and in support of the JCCs of Greater Boston's mission and goals
BA in Child Development or related field (MA preferred) and a minimum of three years experience required.

Interested candidates should have strong leadership, as well as excellent oral and written communication skills. Judaic knowledge for early learners is a plus. MA EEC certification required.

Please respond by emailing your resume and cover letter to the Center Director at newton-elc@jccgb.org

JCC Early Learning Centers Infant/Toddler/Preschool Full Time Teaching Positions

The JCC Early Learning Centers (ELCs) in Brookline/Brighton and Newton are seeking to fill full time infant, toddler and preschool teaching positions. Join a dynamic team of educators who have a love and passion for children, in a developmentally based, high quality program which provides a rich early learning experience based on Jewish values and traditions. The JCC ELCs are NAEYC accredited and open to all.
Job requirements:

We are seeking dedicated, creative, energetic and nurturing individuals with a willingness to work with others in a team approach. Candidates should have EEC certification, or be willing to pursue certification immediately. In addition, all candidates should be comfortable working with peers and parents and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Education and experience are preferred. Competitive salary and benefits.
Please send resume and cover letter to: teachingpositions@jccgb.org

Part-Time Jewish Educator, Bernice B. Godine JCC Early Learning Center, Newton

Seeking a part-time Jewish Educator. This educator will work directly with the infant, toddler and preschool classrooms to guide the creation of inspiring value-based provocations within an engaging curriculum, build meaningful relationships with the classroom teachers, and help build a culture of excitement and ruach (spirit) when celebrating special holidays and weekly rituals. 

The Jewish Educator will have experience in curriculum and relationship development and be able to convey the importance of Jewish learning, living and culture to children and teachers with enthusiasm and a sense of fun. The Jewish Educator must feel comfortable working with children ages 0-5 and be welcoming to families of all backgrounds.

The successful candidate will be creative and engaging, capable of working independently and with others, and have a passion for Jewish life and a connection to Israel. A pursuit of, or a degree in Judaic Studies or Rabbinic/Cantorial Education is preferred. The position is 12 hours per week and reports to the Director of the Bernice B. Godine JCC Early Learning Center.

For more information and to apply, please contact newton-elc@jccgb.org or 617-558-6422.

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Inclusion and Support Services

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The Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston (JCC) is an equal opportunity employer.  It is our goal to provide equal employment opportunities for all employees and applicants for employment.  The JCC does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, physical or mental disability or handicap, national origin, ancestry, marital status, pregnancy, veteran status, religion, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other legally protected status. Religion will not be considered a factor except where it is a bona fide occupational qualification and necessary to fulfill the Organization’s mission.