Community Worker – Woodford Forest United Synagogue

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Community Worker – Woodford Forest United Synagogue

Contract Type



Part time


Woodford Forest




Based on experience

Closing date

30th April 2024

Contract: 1 Year Fixed Term Contract, to start August 2024; accommodation provided.

Hours: Part-Time (20 hours per week).

Woodford Forest United Synagogue is a large and growing community. Based in the Northeast of London our community has over 1200 members from across all age ranges. We are looking to bolster our team to meet demand for social, cultural, and educational events for adults and youth within the community.


We are looking for a part time Community Development Worker to work closely with the Senior Rabbi & Rebbetzen to help organise and run programmes for children and teens and to focus on outreach with disengaged members and potential new members.


Your warm personality will help our members feel engaged, empowered and a valuable part of the community, whatever their contribution – and to make Judaism relevant for their lives.


The successful candidate will be empathetic, strong communicators with confidence to work with youth & adults of all ages and who wish to make a difference within our community. It is important that you have strong spoken and written English language and are computer literate, experience using social media is a definite plus.


This role offers huge potential to make a lasting contribution to a community that has consistently embraced change and opens its arms to new ideas and initiatives.


The United Synagogue is committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety and welfare of children and vulnerable adults. Successful applicants will be required to provide a self-disclosure once shortlisted and subject to an enhanced DBS check within the recruitment process. 


We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role. Therefore, if you are interested, please submit your application as early as possible.

For more information and to be personally recommended for the role please contact

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