Hillel Therapist and Wellness Professional

Hillel Therapist and Wellness Professional

The Greater Miami Jewish Federation’s BeWell Initiative in partnership with Hillel at FIU and University of Miami Hillel is currently seeking a Hillel Therapist & Wellness Professional. This new full-time position will provide counseling services to undergraduate and graduate students at both Hillels with the weekly hours split evenly between the two Hillels. This position will deliver client-centered social services, education, training and support for staff and students in a collaborative community setting. They will provide information and referrals to additional mental health support systems and link students to integrated services and resources that address their individual needs. This position will have the ability to also facilitate clinically informed and psycho-educational groups at both campuses. The Hillel Therapist and Wellness Professional will report to the BeWell Miami Director and the FIU and UM Hillel Directors and will work in collaboration with both Hillel teams. Evening availability will be required during parts of the school year (i.e. to be involved with occasional evening programming, such as wellness events or psycho-educational group programming). During the summer months when school is not in session, this position will be embedded in the Miami-Dade JCC summer camps to provide clinical support and crisis management support to staff as well as campers on an as-needed basis.

Our ideal candidate has strong clinical expertise, experience and skills, as well as interpersonal skills and ability to engage with young adults. Knowledge of Judaism and Jewish culture required.

About The Greater Miami Jewish Federation and BeWell Miami

The mission of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation (GMJF) is to mobilize human and financial resources, to care for those in need, strengthen Jewish life, and advance the unity, values, and shared purpose of the Jewish people in Miami, in Israel, and around the world. BeWell Miami is an initiative of GMJF which provides support and tools to respond to the growing mental health concerns of young people, ages 12-26. BeWell provides resources and education for adolescents, parents, caregivers, and Jewish professionals to promote well-being and destigmatize mental health in the Jewish community.

About Hillel at FIU and University of Miami Hillel

Founded in 2015, Hillel at FIU serves a Jewish community of 3,500 students on the fourth largest campus in the nation. With a strong focus on leadership, Jewish education and strengthening connection to the Miami Jewish community, Hillel at FIU fights antisemitism, strengthens Jewish values and produces future leaders of our Miami community.

At the University of Miami (UM), Hillel’s mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish students so they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. We envision a world where every student is inspired to make an enduring commitment to Jewish life, learning, and Israel. With over 2,000 Jewish students at the University of Miami, Hillel works to engage each of them in meaningful Jewish experiences both on campus and within the greater Miami community.


Counseling & Crisis Management

Perform primarily telehealth clinical counseling services to students.
Clinical responsibilities include assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment implementation as appropriate.
Interventions may include individual and group therapy, case management, and crisis intervention. Maintain caseload and meet with clients routinely to review progress and accountability.
Provide referrals and case management services to clients as needed.
Address acute student crises and triage active concerns alongside campus Hillel staff.
All services will be provided at both Hillel at FIU and UM Hillel
During the summer months when school is not in session, this position will be embedded in the Miami-Dade JCC camps to provide clinical support and crisis management support to staff as well as campers on an as-needed basis.
Collaboration with Hillel at FIU and UM Hillel Staff

Partner, support and consult with campus Hillel staff at both campuses in addressing a wide range of student needs.
Attend mandatory staff meetings, training, clinical supervision and staff gatherings (at both Hillels and GMJF).
Documentation and Record Keeping

Maintain professional and timely documentation of services in electronic medical record including, but not limited to intake and case notes, treatment plans, and other forms or documents which may be needed or required from time-to-time.
Track and evaluate progress data to measure growth and effectiveness for donors and stakeholders.
Outreach and Education

Build relationships with key referral supports on campus including the university student crisis response teams and/or in the community as well as the university counseling centers.
Maintain knowledge of current mental health resources in the Greater Miami Area.
With consultative (and potentially facilitation) assistance from BeWell Miami Director, develop and facilitate psycho-educational/wellness programs in collaboration with Hillel teams on both campuses. Topics may include:
Stress management
Planning for life after college
Depression and anxiety
Freshman adjustment
Grief and loss
Support students and staff on wellness initiatives, such as wellness week or wellness programming and more.
Collaborate with staff to integrate wellness practices into current Hillel experiences and/or coach student leaders to do so.
Provide education and training to staff and/or student leaders on mental health and wellness topics.

What You Will Receive

Competitive salary in the nonprofit marketplace. The salary range for this role is $55,000-$65,000, commensurate with experience.
A comprehensive benefits package, including health insurance, retirement plan, Life, AD&D and Long-Term Disability (LTD) insurances, Flexible Spending accounts, generous vacation/sick time, and parental leave.
Great professional development, mentoring, and skill building opportunities.
Travel to national Hillel conferences 1-2 times a year.

Business Manager

Business Manager


Financial Management:
– Lead financial planning, budgeting, expenditure tracking, reporting processes, and monitoring of cash flow.
– Work with bookkeeper and staff to ensure:
~ Tax filings and audits are accurate.
~ Timely collection of Accounts Receivable.
~ Accuracy and timely payment of Accounts Payable.
Collaborate with the Finance Committee and Development Director to establish fundraising needs and goals.

Support to Program Directors:
– Provide financial and logistical support to the Camp Director, Retreat Center Director, and Year-Round programming staff.
– Work with Camp Director, Retreat Center Director, and Year-Round programming staff in developing budgets that foster successful programming.
– Serve as the interim Retreat Center Director
– Attend a minimum of two retreats per year to assist with on-site management.

Vendor Relationships:
– Establish and maintain relationships with vendors, ensuring the selection of appropriate vendors for office and operations management.
– Collect W-9 forms from vendors and ensure accurate invoicing and payment processes.

Operations and H/R:
– Maintain efficient office operations, overseeing supplies, infrastructure, and vendor relationships.
– Manage the insurance policies of the organization to assure that they provide comprehensive coverage and risk management.
– Manage HR processes including:
~ Recruitment, hiring, and onboarding.
~ Payroll and collection of organization time sheets.
~ Employee benefits.
~ Filing of workers' compensation claims
~ Ensuring employees have organization email access.

Organizational Relationships:
– Forge strong relationships with organization leadership including the Executive Director, program directors, and board members.
– Collaborate with external partners, vendors, and service providers to support organizational objectives.

Note: This job description encompasses the primary responsibilities and qualifications for the Business Manager position at Bnei Akiva of Los Angeles. Flexibility and adaptability are essential as additional duties may be assigned to support organizational needs.

J Kids Coordinator & Assistant Camp Director

J Kids Coordinator & Assistant Camp Director

Enjoy having fun with children, teens, and adults? Join the J Kids and J Camp team! The J Kids Coordinator and Assistant Camp Director oversees afterschool programs, enrichment classes, and Parents Night Out programs, and works closely with the Camp Director to run Summer J Camp and School's Out Camps at the Stroum Jewish Community Center (SJCC). The J Kids Coordinator and Assistant Camp Director splits their time between administrative duties and hands-on work with program participants and staff.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
-Oversee the Kidstown afterschool program, including managing registration, creating quality programs, and maintaining an organized space.
-Develop, and sometimes run, engaging enrichment class offerings for early childhood school and elementary school children.
-Plan and coordinate monthly Parents Nights Out programs.
-Share School’s Out Camp duties to provide fun childcare during school breaks.
-Share Summer J Camp preparation duties during the school year, including creating schedules, planning field trips and other activities, and developing staff training materials.
-Manage the day-to-day of J Camp during the summer. Work in an ever-changing environment to ensure smooth operations.
-Develop J Kids budget and use as a basis for planning.
-Coordinate with the SJCC Registrar to manage billing for all J Kids & J Camp programs.
-Act as a good ambassador of the SJCC at programs around the Puget Sound.
-Engage with program participants, staff, families, donors, vendors, and other relevant parties.
-Provide ruach (spirit) and energy to the J Kids & J Camp environment and serve as a positive role model.
-Prioritize physical health, mental health and well-being, and safety. Meet all standards for compliance.
-Collaborate with SJCC’s cross-functional teams, including but not limited to marketing, facilities, development, finance, and human resources.
-Perform work on weekends and evenings as needed to meet applicable deadlines or scheduling needs.
-Other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities:
This position supervises a large number of staff members for Kidstown, Enrichment Classes, Parents Night Out, School’s Out Camp, and Summer Camp. With support from management, responsibilities include recruiting, interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and guiding work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees through coaching; addressing complaints; and resolving problems.