Upper School Judaic Studies Educator

April 11, 2023

About the Position

Berman Hebrew Academy Upper School, located in Rockville, Maryland, seeks dynamic Jewish educators who are passionate about making a significant impact on Modern Orthodox Jewish Education. The ideal candidate will be a passionate Jewish educator, grounded in educational best practices, who seeks to form deep and meaningful relationships with students that inspire leadership and growth. This position is for the 2023-204 academic year. 

The opportunity includes: 

  • Teaching core Judaic subjects (Tanakh, Talmud, Jewish History and/or Jewish Philosophy);
  • Collaborating with a talented and supportive team of colleagues across subject areas; 
  • Being present and a presence in and out of the classroom, supporting our school and school community;
  • Enjoy unique professional opportunities beyond the classroom by taking leadership on important duties assigned by the Upper School Principal.

The position is a great fit for you if you are:

  • Grounded in educational best practices with the ability to create an engaging learning environment that raises the bar for soulful and intellectually rigorous Modern Orthodox Jewish education;
  • Passionate about delivering dynamic lessons and engaging in meaningful conversations with students;
  • An educator who is able to cultivate strong textual skills and critical analysis;
  • Excellent communicator both verbally and in writing;
  • Self-reflective, entrepreneurial, and deeply committed to professional growth;
  • Pride yourself on working collaboratively and fostering a strong culture of teamwork.

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to jobs@mjbha.org with the subject “Upper School Judaic Studies”.

About Berman Hebrew Academy

Berman Hebrew Academy is an Orthodox Co-Educational Day School that provides a comprehensive Jewish and secular education in an atmosphere of reverence, good citizenship, and love of the Jewish people and Israel.

Adhering to standards of academic excellence and exemplary moral conduct, it prepares its graduates to become Halachically observant, well-educated Jews. It provides opportunities for each student to achieve the maximum of his or her potential, engaged with, and contributing to both the Jewish community and the society at large.