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The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center (JCC) is a non-profit organization with a variety of programs for fitness, early childhood education, summer camp, and lifelong learning. We celebrate Jewish culture while welcoming all community members to learn, explore, and participate in unique and enriching JCC programming throughout the year.

Not Jewish? EVERYONE is welcome at the JCC. The Osher Marin JCC embraces people of all faiths and backgrounds and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Join a community of friendly co-workers who love to create exceptional experiences for our members and participants! [Photo taken Feb. 2023]
Open Positions

Staffer at Camp Kehillah

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, CA

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center is looking for talented staff to work at our awarding winning Summer Camp!

Learn about the position.

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center is looking for talented staff to work at our awarding winning Summer Camp!  Staff should have some experience working with children, a positive attitude, and be interested in working in a fast-paced, team environment.  Camp staff supervises and participates in camp activities such as art, music, sports, swimming, Jewish programming, nature and much more! While we are a Jewish camp, identifying as Jewish is not a prerequisite for employment.

 

All Marin JCC Camp Kehillah staff members receive a free summer membership, which includes access to our fitness & aquatics center. Staff also gain transferrable skills – we provide training in child development, community building and certification in CPR and First Aid.

 

Please Note:

All Marin JCC Camp staff must be at least 16 years of age, able to obtain a work permit, and be willing and able to participate in all aspects of camp.

 

Experience:

Some prior experience with children is preferred. Prior experience at a camp a plus.

 

Pay Range:

$15.50 – $18/hr depending on experience*

 

General and Specific Responsibilities:

  • • Be responsible for the health and safety of each and every camper.
  • • Act as a role model for your campers and fellow staff members.
  • • Be accountable for the appropriate behavior of your campers.
  • • Participate in group activities, including time with Specialists and swimming.
  • • Be able to work in a fast-paced, team environment, treating every person with respect.
  • • Plan and implement daily group programs, including requesting supplies in advance.
  • • Get to know the names and needs of each individual camper in your group.
  • • Care for children and their belongings.
  • • Be responsible for the group’s use of the facilities, including respecting property, return of equipment and clean up.
  • • Show up on time and ready to work each day.

 

Essential Functions:

  • • Be able to comfortably navigate short distances of rough terrain on short hikes or at campgrounds.
  • • Be able to assist in an emergency (fire, earthquake, injury, etc.).
  • • Be able to observe activities in order to assess safety of every camper.
  • • Possess strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.

 

* JCC Camp Staff are subject to the FSLA Recreation Employees’ Exemption

 

Click here to apply for 2023 Camp Staff applications.

Unit Head at Camp Kehillah

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, CA

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center is looking for talented staff to work at our awarding winning Summer Camp!

Learn about the position.

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center is looking for talented staff to work at our awarding winning Summer Camp!  Unit Heads should have experience working with children, being a peer leader or mentor, a positive attitude, and be interested in working in a fast-paced, team environment.  Unit Heads are responsible for supervising their own team of camp staff, creating programs and participating in camp activities such as art, music, sports, swimming, Jewish programming, nature and much more! While we are a Jewish camp, identifying as Jewish is not a prerequisite for employment.

 

All Marin JCC Camp Kehillah staff members receive a free summer membership, which includes access to our fitness & aquatics center. Unit Heads also gain transferrable skills – we provide training in child development, community building, and certification in CPR and First Aid. Additionally, Unit Heads gain leadership and supervisory experience.

 

Please Note:

All Marin JCC Camp Kehillah Unit Heads must be at least 21 years of age.

 

Experience:

Prior experience with children is required. Supervisory experience and prior camp experience preferred.

 

Pay Range:

$20 – $24/hr*.

 

General and Specific Responsibilities:

  • • Supervise, support and evaluate all unit staff.
  • • Develop programming for unit.
  • • Organize unit room & maintain cleanliness of unit and shared spaces.
  • • Order and coordinate unit supplies.
  • • Plan and implement unit meetings.
  • • Act as a resource for counselors regarding care of campers and staffing conflicts.
  • • Act as the direct communication with parents.
  • • Manage paperwork for the unit including rosters, attendance and newsletters.
  • • Assist in the event sick and injured campers or emergencies.

 

Essential Functions:

  • • Be able to comfortably navigate short distances of rough terrain on short hikes or at campgrounds.
  • • Be able to assist in an emergency (fire, earthquake, injury, etc.).
  • • Be able to observe activities in order to assess safety of every camper.
  • • Possess strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.

 

* JCC Camp Staff are subject to the FSLA Recreation Employees’ Exemption

 

Click here to apply for 2023 Camp Staff applications.

Overnight Supervisor (Shmirah) at Camp Kehillah

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, CA

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center is looking for talented staff to work at our awarding winning Summer Camp!

Learn about the position.

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center is looking for talented staff to work at our awarding winning Summer Camp!  Staff should have some experience working with children, a positive attitude, and be interested in working in a fast-paced, team environment. Overnight Supervisors supervise all offsite overnights, gear transportation, campsite set-up, cooking and coordinate care for any distressed, sick, or injured campers during the night and much more! While we are a Jewish camp, identifying as Jewish is not a prerequisite for employment. Staff will gain transferrable skills – we provide training in child development, community building and certification in CPR and First Aid.

 

Please Note:

All Overnight Supervisors must be 21 years of age, must possess a valid Driver’s License with a clean driving record, and be able to confidently drive a U-Haul vehicle.

 

Experience:

Some prior experience with children is preferred. Prior experience at a camp is a plus.

 

Pay Range:

$20 – $25/hr depending on experience

 

General and Specific Responsibilities:

  • • Stay alert, supervise campsite and be the point staff person from 11PM –7AM.
  • • Coordinate care for any distressed, sick or injured campers during the night.
  • • Able to lift up 25lbs bags of supplies and help transport them to and from vehicles and campsites.
  • • Ability to start, tend and properly put out a camp fire and grill.
  • • Be accountable for the appropriate behavior of your campers.
  • • Be able to work in a fast-paced, team environment, treating every person with respect.
  • • Care for children and their belongings.
  • • Be responsible for the group’s use of the facilities, including respecting property, return of equipment and clean up.
  • • Show up on time and ready to work each day.

 

Essential Functions:

  • • Be able to comfortably navigate short distances of rough terrain on short hikes or at campgrounds.
  • • Be able to assist in an emergency (fire, earthquake, injury, etc.).
  • • Be able to observe activities in order to assess safety of every camper.
  • • Possess strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.

 

Click here to apply for 2023 Camp Staff applications.

Art Specialist at Camp Kehillah

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, CA

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center is looking for talented staff to work at our awarding winning Summer Camp!

Learn about the position.

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center is looking for talented staff to work at our awarding winning Summer Camp!  An Art Specialist should have experience working with children of all ages in an academic or camp atmosphere, a positive attitude, and be interested in working in a fast-paced, team environment.  The Art Specialist is responsible for managing all aspects of our Art Program. This includes but is not limited to: overseeing and managing our art room and supplies, ordering supplies and acting as a resource for other staff. While we are a Jewish camp, identifying as Jewish is not a prerequisite for employment.

 

All Marin JCC Camp Kehillah staff members receive a free summer membership, which includes access to our fitness & aquatics center. Art Specialists also gain transferrable skills – we provide training in child development, community building, and certification in CPR and First Aid. Additionally, Art Specialists gain leadership and supervisory experience.

 

Please Note:

All Marin JCC Camp Kehillah Art Specialists must be at least 18 years of age.

 

Experience:

Prior experience with children is required. Supervisory experience and prior camp experience preferred.

 

Pay Range:

$18 – $28/hr depending on experience

 

General and Specific Responsibilities:

  • • Plan and implement daily, age-appropriate, “hands-on” programs.
  • • Coordinate ordering supplies with the Camp & Youth Operations Manager.
  • • Organize and care for camp equipment, space and supplies.
  • • Guide and involve counselors in specialty activity.
  • • Act as a resource for counselors regarding projects they create for their campers.
  • • Plan and host our Camp Art Show with the Directors.

 

Essential Functions:

  • • Be able to assist in the event of sick and injured campers or emergencies (fire, earthquake, injury, etc.).
  • • Be able to observe activities in order to assess safety of every camper.
  • • Possess strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.
  • • Able to handle and operate equipment used for art projects.

 

Click here to apply for 2023 Camp Staff applications.

Extended Care Supervisor at Camp Kehillah

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, CA

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center is looking for talented staff to work at our awarding winning Summer Camp!

Learn about the position.

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center is looking for talented staff to work at our awarding winning Summer Camp! The Extended Care Supervisor should have experience working with groups of children of various ages, be comfortable supervising staff and be interested in working in a fast-paced, team environment. The Extended Care Supervisor is responsible for managing all aspects of Extended Care including but not limited to: the health, safety and well-being of all participants, attendance, programming and parent communication. While we are a Jewish camp, identifying as Jewish is not a prerequisite for employment.

 

All Marin JCC Camp Kehillah staff members receive a free summer membership which includes access to our fitness & aquatics center. The Extended Care Supervisor will also gain transferrable skills – we provide training in child development, community building, and certification in CPR and First Aid.

 

Please Note:

All Marin JCC Camp Kehillah Extended Care Supervisor must be at least 18 years of age.

 

Experience:

Prior experience with children is required. Supervisory experience and prior camp experience preferred.

 

Pay Range:

$18 – $22/hr depending on experience

 

General and Specific Responsibilities:

  • • Responsible for the health, safety and whereabouts of every extended care camper.
  • • Plan and implement programming to supplement each camp day.
  • • Organize extended care spaces & maintain cleanliness each space.
  • • Order and coordinate unit supplies.
  • • Plan and implement staff meetings as needed.
  • • Act as a resource for staff regarding care of campers and staffing conflicts.
  • • Act as the direct communication with parents.
  • • Manage paperwork extended care including rosters, attendance and drop-in campers.
  • • Collect appropriate payment from parents/guardians when necessary.

 

Essential Functions:

  • • Be able to assist in an emergency (fire, earthquake, injury, etc.).
  • • Be able to observe activities in order to assess safety of every camper.
  • • Possess strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.

 

Click here to apply for 2023 Camp Staff applications.

Massage Therapist

Koret Center for Health & Fitness in San Rafael, CA.

The Massage Therapist is a part-time employee position. We are looking for a long term relationship with experienced massage therapists.

Learn about the position.

Position Details:

  • • Part-time employee
  • • Monday to Friday
  • • One work location
  • • Multiple shifts available and flexible hours – minimum 5 per shift
  • • All supplies/laundry provided

 

We are looking for a long-term relationship with experienced massage therapists who have the following:

  • • Excellent technical skills
  • • Communicate well with clients
  • • Punctual, seeks continuing education opportunities and emphasizes customer service
  • • California Massage Therapy Council (CAMTC) Certified
  • • 500 or more hours of massage training or 5 years of experience and professional liability insurance
  • • Self-starter who can promote your art and support the massage department

 

Salary & Benefits:

  • • Pay range $40 – $50 per hour based on experience (does not include tips) – Clients available.
  • • Free membership to JCC/Koret Health and Fitness including all applicable discounts to events and workshops at JCC.

 

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center is an equal-opportunity employer and embraces people of all faiths and backgrounds. For more information on the JCC and our programs, go to: http://www.marinjcc.org

Group Fitness Instructor

Koret Center for Health & Fitness in San Rafael, CA.

The Group Fitness Instructorposition falls under the direction of the Group Fitness Supervisor of the Osher Marin Jewish Community Center. This part-time position provides a dynamic, safe and fun Fitness class appropriate for the class format and participant’s ability level.

Learn about the position.

Responsibilities:

  • • Arrive at least five minutes early for class to ensure proper equipment set up and member interaction.
  • • Assure that all equipment is stored correctly after class.
  • • Confirm number of students in class on sign-in sheet.
  • • Provide sign-in sheets to the Group fitness supervisor.
  • • Communicate equipment problems & concerns to the Group fitness supervisor via email and cell phone.
  • • Responsible for finding an appropriate substitute if unable to teach class and MUST inform Group fitness supervisor with substitution information in a timely manner.
  • • Develop relationships with class participants; learn names and workout patterns, ensuring member retention.
  • • Attend all staff meetings.
  • • If last class make sure: Air/heater system is turned off if applied, equipment back in place, sign-in sheets turned into Group fitness supervisor in a timely matte, all lights and funs off
  • • Clock in and out, if you forget to clock in or out please let the Group fitness supervisor know.
  • • Other duties, as assigned by the Group Fitness Supervisor.

 

Qualifications:

  • • Current CPR/AED First Aid certified.
  • • Current certification in area of instruction.

 

Salary & Benefits:

  • • Pay range $35 -$40 per hour depending on experience
  • • Full Center membership for employees (Teaching one or more classes P/week)

Housekeeper

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, CA

The Housekeeper position at the Marin JCC is a full-time position and reports to the Facilities Director.

Learn about the position.

Responsibilities:

• Maintain clean locker rooms, changing rooms, fitness center, pool patio, restrooms, and other assigned Health and Fitness areas.

• Disinfecting contact areas, re-filling hand sanitizer stations, and stocking materials and supplies campus-wide.

• Collecting, washing, and folding towels.

• Maintaining towel, linen, and amenities supplies at distribution points.

• Able to cohesively work in a fast-paced environment that may involve deadlines.

• Helping out in lite Maintenance tasks as needed.

• Responsible for other duties as assigned by the Facilities Project Manager.

• Able to adjust to a variable schedule.

 

Preferred Qualifications:
• Previous housekeeping experience.

• Familiarity with industrial laundry equipment.

• Dependable and punctual.

 

Salary and Benefits:

• Union Housekeeper classification.

• Health & dental insurance; life insurance; long term disability insurance (30+ hours per week); 403b retirement, 125 plans, starting at 10 paid vacation days per year; 13 paid sick days per year; up to 10 National & Jewish holidays per year; up to 5 emergency leave days per incident; full facility JCC family membership; discounts on JCC programs & events.

Pay Range: $16.56 – $20.86

For consideration, send a resume to agolbus@marinjcc.org.

Director of Development

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, CA

The Director of Development provides the leadership, strategic direction, management, and coordination for Marin JCC's fundraising efforts. The Director of Development creates and implements fundraising strategies that increase the organization's support from individuals, corporations, foundations, events, and other sources.

Learn about the position.

This position reports to the Chief Executive Officer and oversees a dedicated and professional development department, currently made up of two full-time staff: Annual Giving Officer and Foundation Officer.

 

Primary Responsibilities:
• Oversees creation of development plan in consultation with CEO and Development Committee.
• Directs all development activities, including individual donors, events, and foundation grants to fulfill goals of approved plan.
• Cultivates and strengthens culture of philanthropy with Board of Directors and Center management and staff.
• Identifies, cultivates and solicits individual, foundation, planned gifts, and corporate contributions.
• Oversees grants management and ensures all timelines and milestones, including proposals, research, and reporting to funders, are in place to meet development plan goals.
• Manages the development department in a fiscally sound manner and ensure that appropriate systems and procedures are in place to support fundraising goals.
• Works closely with the Board of Directors, a robust Development Committee, and other volunteer leadership bodies to engage and assist them in fulfilling their fundraising responsibilities and prepare regular development reports for the Board.
• Serves as a member of Marin JCC’s senior management team, and works closely with CEO and other senior managers to assist with long-range planning.
• Performs general management responsibilities, including annual goals and budgets, reports, and
Osher Marin JCC evaluation of fundraising activities.
• Maintains a healthy sense of humor.
• Perform additional duties as requested by the CEO.

 

Qualifications:
• Seven or more years of progressively challenging experience with quantifiable results in all areas of fundraising (identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship).
• Minimum of five years of supervisory experience required.
• Experience with donors in Marin County and specifically the Jewish philanthropic community preferred.
• A strategist who is adept at planning, prioritizing, organizing, and following through; highly energetic and able to balance multiple competing priorities.
• A team builder with strong skills in management and leadership; must understand the subtleties of motivating and directing a diverse group of personalities.
• Straightforward and self-possessed; one who shares information readily, listens as well as gives advice and respects the abilities of others; diplomatic.
• Energetic and willing to work hands-on in developing and executing a variety of fundraising activities ranging from the day-to-day to the highly creative and visible.
• Willingness to travel and to work long hours as necessary.
• Bachelor’s degree required
• CFRE of advanced degree preferred.
• Exceptional written and verbal communications skills.

 

Non-Discrimination and Equal Employment Oppotunity
The Osher Marin JCC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on age, ancestry, color, religious creed (including religious dress and grooming practices), disability (mental and physical) including HIV and AIDs, marital status, medical condition (cancer and genetic characteristics), genetic information, military and veteran status, national origin (including language use restrictions), race, sex (which includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and medical conditions related to pregnancy, childbirth or breastfeeding), gender, gender identity and gender expression and sexual orientation or any other category protected by applicable federal, state and local laws.

 

Salary and Benefits:
The salary range for this position is $130,000-$150,000. Osher Marin JCC offers its staff health & dental insurance; life & disability insurance; flexible benefits plan; 22 paid vacation days per year; 13 paid sick days per year; 11 National & Jewish holidays and 3 floater holidays per year; and JCC family health club membership; discounts on JCC programs & events.

All Osher Marin JCC staff are fully vaccinated with one booster.

 

About the Osher Marin Jewish Community Center:
Since its founding in 1948, the Osher Marin Jewish Community Center has played a vital role in Marin County. We proudly celebrate and sustain our Jewish cultural heritage and stand as a beacon of tolerance and inclusion for all. Our programs for all ages and interests enrich individual lives, build community, and support cross-cultural understanding. We warmly welcome everyone at the Osher Marin JCC.

 

To apply for this position, or for additional information on the opportunity, please send a copy of your resume with a cover letter to Victoria Silverman at apply@cooksilverman.com.

Maintenance Lead Technician

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, CA

This position is a year-round, full-time 40-hour per week position. Maintenance Lead staff work under the guidance of the Director of Facilities, Facilities Manager, and Administrators of the Osher Marin JCC.

Learn about the position.

Responsibilities:
Assist the Director of Facilities with the maintenance and repair of the multiple Marin County JCC facilities with the following (but not limited to) tasks:

• Maintain and repair facility while observing and practicing all safety regulations as outlined by CAL OSHA and OMJCC safety program.

• Maintain and repair HVAC, pool, and electrical systems, as well as the building structure of the OMJCC.

• Possesses advanced trade skills and safely executes tasks in the areas of mechanical, plumbing, electrical, hydronics or others as assigned. Includes troubleshooting issues that arise.

• Performs preventative maintenance programs on HVAC and refrigeration equipment.

• Installs, connects, and test sanitary plumbing fixtures, hydraulics, refrigeration, various gas, steam, and other pressure systems.

• Familiar with Energy Management Systems and work request programs.

• Ensures safety of operations of boilers, chillers, pumps, fire/life/safety equipment, and exhaust/air handlers.

• Performs water treatment and testing for boilers and chillers.

• Maintains accurate logs of aquatic chemical levels, equipment status, inventory parts, and materials necessary for repairs.

• Responsible for preventative and regular maintenance of all equipment.

• Assist in event set-up/take-down, moving tables and chairs, clean-up during and after events or inclement weather. Must be able to lift and move 75 pounds of weight.

• Carry a two-way radio at all times and maintain constant contact using prescribed radio communication techniques.

• Work closely and smoothly with other members of the maintenance staff, as well as being self-motivated and capable of working well with or without direct supervision.

• Interact with JCC staff and members, providing problem-solving.

• Other duties, as assigned by superiors.

 

Qualifications:

• Knowledge and proficiency in proper and safe use of hand/power tools used in repairs and light construction.

• Mechanical skills, previous experience in mechanical maintenance work is required.

• Journeyman or equivalent in at least one trade for a minimum of three years or good working knowledge of more than one technical field required.

• Certified Pool Operators (CPO) certification a plus.

• High school diploma or GED strongly preferred.

• Ability to drive between facilities is strongly preferred.

• Possess strong troubleshooting skills.

 

Job Type: Full-time

 

Salary & Benefits:

• Union Maintenance Lead classification

• Allowance toward health & dental insurance; life insurance; retirement, 125 plans, paid vacation days starting at 10 days per year; 13 paid sick days per year; up to 10 National & Jewish holidays per year; JCC full facility family membership; discounts on JCC programs & events.

 

Pay:  $20.43 to $22.10 per hour depending on experience.

 

For consideration, send resume to agolbus@marinjcc.org.

Employee Benefits

Whether you're a part-time or full-time employee, there are benefits to working at the JCC.

More than
20 hours

For employees working full-time or part-time with 20 hours or more, we offer comprehensive benefits and time-off programs that include:

Health Coverage—Medical, dental, and vision coverage. The JCC covers a portion of the premium cost and employees pay the remainder on a pre-tax basis. Choose from 4 medical plans through Kaiser Permanente, two dental plans through Delta Dental, and vision through VSP.

Flexible Spending Accounts—Employees can elect to save money on a pre-tax basis to cover out-of-pocket healthcare, dependent care and commuter expenses.

Life Insurance and Long-Term Disability—Paid entirely by the JCC.

Retirement/403b Plan—Administered through Newport Group. Employees save on a pre-tax basis for retirement and the JCC contributes a matching contribution. Union employees receive an additional contribution based on service.

Employee Assistance Plan—Paid by the JCC and this provides access to experienced professionals to address a variety of personal or work issues.

Generous Time Off—Paid vacation and sick time accrue from day one of employment; and paid national and religious holidays are also provided.

Health & Fitness Membership

Discounts on JCC programs and events

Fewer than
20 hours

Love the idea of working at the J but only have a few extra hours a week? No problem! We have a number of flexible positions that allow you to work when you are available.

For employees working part-time (less than 20 hours per week), seasonal staff, and substitutes, the benefits include:

  • Flexible work schedules
  • Access to our state-of-the-art Health and Aquatics Center
  • Discounts on JCC programs and events

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