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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.

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Open Positions

Accounts Payable Specialist

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, CA

Learn about the position.

The Accounts Payable Specialist is a part-time, 15-hour-a-week position with the Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, California and reports to the Assistant Controller. The AP Specialist reviews/posts all approved invoices, ensures vendors are paid in a timely manner, and participates in monthly financial close and annual audit work.


Accounts Payable Responsibilities:

  • • Review and post all approved invoices into A/P system.
  • • Ensure all invoices have proper approval per company policies.
  • • Review and reconcile company credit cards including collaborating across departments to obtain necessary support.
  • • Communicate with outside vendors and internal managers regarding invoice inquiries/discrepancies.
  • • Maintain vendor files.
  • • Enter journal entries for Cash Receipts.
  • • Ensure all vendors are paid in timely manner, using A/P aging report.
  • • Track stale checks.
  • • Provide back up the Assistant Controller and CFO.
  • • Other Accounting-related duties as assigned.



  • • 3 years of accounting experience, with Abila software experience preferred.
  • • Possesses superior accounting (GAAP), financial, analytical, administrative, and planning knowledge and skills.
  • • Must be highly organized & accurate – consistently catching others’ errors, with superior time management skills, including the ability to set appropriate priorities.
  • • Outstanding communication skills, displays sound judgment and strong attention to detail.
  • • Demonstrated customer service skills including the ability to work well with all levels of staff, managers, and supervisors.
  • • The ability to work in a fast-paced, team setting, while maintaining grace & humor.
  • • Strong ability to maintain confidentiality and work with discretion.
  • • Advanced technical skills with Word & Excel.


Pay Range

  • • Pay ranges between $20 – $25/hour.


Resumes should be sent to Stacey Schifter at


Fitness Floor Staff

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, CA

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The Fitness Floor Staff are responsible for supporting all areas of the fitness center by keeping the equipment clean and organized, responding to First Aide and emergency calls, and providing customer service to all members.


Key Areas of Responsibility:

Fitness Center

  • • Clean all cardio equipment daily.
  • • Clean weight room equipment and organize.
  • • Alert supervisor to damaged equipment and log in maintenance book.
  • • Empty dirty towels from bins throughout the Fitness Center.
  • • Communicate with housekeeping to ensure that there is an ample supply of member hand towels and cleaning towels.
  • • Refill Gym Wipes as needed.
  • • Check and replace cleaning towels, hand sanitizer, tissue boxes, and cups as needed.
  • • Hourly check on locker rooms. Alert janitorial to issues.
  • • Check fitness studios for towels, cleanliness, and equipment concerns hourly.
  • • Make sure that there is stock of supplies in the fitness staff drawer.
  • • Remain vigilant about safety. Report concerns to MOD immediately.
  • • Monitor the ages of children on the fitness floor (third floor) Children under 10 are not allowed onto the fitness floor; 10-12 year old children may be in the Fitness Center with parental supervision. Children 13-17 years of age and older may exercise freely in the Fitness Center.
  • • Make sure members are obeying floor policies.
  • • Assist members; get them water, towels, and help with machines. Spot them if they ask you for help.
  • • Get to know all members and employees.
  • • Check on basketball courts. Set up Pickleball nets for Pickleball times. Remove garbage and equipment left there. Notify the appropriate responsible department about items left.
  • • Review opening and closing checklists.
  • • Uncover, clean, and cover outdoor Fitness equipment.


Departmental Interaction

  • • Be a team player. Employees should ask the Fitness Manager if there are tasks that they can help with. (i.e. posting signs, assembling equipment, etc.).
  • • Cover Health & Fitness Desk when needed.
  • • If a Fitness Floor Staff is a certified personal trainer and has approval from the supervisor, they may train clients no more than 2 hours during a 6+ hour shift. They need to clock in and out for PT time.
  • • Communication is a necessity. Communicate everything deemed important with coworkers and supervisor(s); assume that other employees do not know about it. Employees should send emails to their supervisor to document everything. They are responsible for checking, reading, and responding to emails in a timely fashion.



  • • Each employee is responsible for their own shift.
  • • If an employee is requesting time off they must put vacation request through ADP. Vacation must be approved by the supervisor. This should be at least a week in advance.
  • • Employees wanting to exchange shifts with a coworker must discuss it with them first and if both parties are agreeable, notify the Fitness Manager about the schedule change and wait for approval.
  • • Employees that are sick must notify the Floor Staff Supervisor immediately.



  • • All employees should maintain good hygiene when reporting for work.
  • • Employees are expected to wear a black Fitness Floor uniform t-shirt.
  • • Employees are allowed to wear shorts or pants. Closed-toe athletic shoes are required.
  • • Hair and face should be groomed and presentable.


Act as an integral part of the JCC Fitness Center

  • • Assume responsibility as assigned by the Fitness Floor Staff Supervisor and/or Fitness Director.
  • • Help facilitate all H&F programs.
  • • Treat fellow staff with respect.
  • • Represent the JCC and provide for the highest quality of customer service to all individuals and groups.


Working Conditions / Location

  • • Fitness Floor. Anywhere inside the JCC. Outside fitness stations.


Direct Report: Fitness Manager


  • • Union and Non-Union position
  • • On call sub position


Pay Range

  • • Pay ranges between $16-$18 an hour depending on experience.


To apply please email:



The Osher Marin JCC Preschool in San Rafael, CA

The JCC Preschool San Rafael is looking for teacher-qualified individuals with a strong work ethic and love for children.

Learn about the position.

The JCC Preschool San Rafael is looking for teacher-qualified individuals with a strong work ethic and love for children. Our values-based early learning framework views children, families and staff as a community of active learners, guided by our Jewish values and relationships with one another. Constructivism and emergent curriculum are among the core principles of our approach to early childhood education.


Teaching positions are 30-35 hours per week, Monday through Friday.


All staff members must be able to communicate warmly and professionally with children and adults. Teachers are required to have at least 24 units of ECE/CD and experience working in a preschool setting.


Compensation package includes a comprehensive and generous benefits package and paid support for professional development in Early Childhood Education. Starting pay is $24.00 per hour for a teacher with 24 units.


Compensation & Benefits:

  • • Teacher or Associate Teacher classification depending on formal professional training as stated above
  • • Hourly rate: $21.17 – $25.35
  • • Health & dental insurance; retirement & life insurance; disability insurance; generous vacation & sick leave package; 125 plan; OMJCC family membership.



Please email a resume and cover letter to Tamar Lai, ECE Director at Please do not contact via phone. Candidates whose qualifications are determined to most closely match the position requirements will be contacted. We are not able to respond to each and every resume submitted at this time. The JCC is an equal opportunity employer and embraces people of all faiths and backgrounds. This is a non-profit organization.

  • • Principles only, recruiters, please do not contact this job poster.
  • • Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

Swim Instructor

The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, CA

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The Swim Instructor is responsible for providing consistent quality swim instruction in private and group swim lessons. We offer flexible hours, discounts on JCC programs/events and a friendly, warm environment!


No certification needed, we train!



  • • Provide quality swim instruction to children, teenagers, and adults in private and/or group swim lessons.
  • • Establish clear objectives and goals based on class description, modify instruction based on participant ability and maintain a supportive and positive classroom environment.
  • • Adhere to swim and pool safety standards. Maintains up-to-date knowledge of current Water Safety Instruction and Center rules and standards.
  • • Establish consistency of availability in the swim schedule. Provide Swim Instruction Manager with available teaching times and days subject to the needs of the Swim Instruction Department. Is punctual and prepared for all swim lessons. Is flexible regarding last-minute substitution in either private or group swim lessons.
  • • Effectively communicates with students, parents, Swim Instruction Manager and the Aquatic Programs Manager.
  • • Attend mandatory staff swim instructor meetings.
  • • May be asked to substitute for other swim instructors due to illness or schedule changes.
  • • Attend continuing education classes to keep certifications current. Attend classes or use facilities to increase swim instruction abilities and personal health.
  • • Support message and mission of Osher Marin JCC (OMJCC).
  • • Is courteous to OMJCC members, staff, and the public.
  • • Follow pool rules and directions from Lifeguard.
  • • Shifts up to 18 hours per week are available.


Positions Available:

  • • Part-time – Weekdays and Weekends



$15 – $28/hour, depending on experience level.


To apply please email Kyle, kabbas@marinjcc.iorg


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:

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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