Talmud Torah of St. Paul (TTSP) has been the central address for Jewish education in St. Paul since 1956. Our mission is to create life-long learners, passionate about Jewish tradition, committed to the Jewish community, and devoted to the well-being of all people. We are deeply committed to nurturing in students of all ages a life-long love of learning, pride in their Jewish identity, belief in themselves, and an understanding of their responsibility as citizens of the world.
TTSP is comprised of these educational programs:
• The Newman School: pluralistic Jewish day school for Kindergarten – Grade 5
• Afternoon School and Midrasha: supplementary Jewish education for Grades 2 – 8 (Afternoon School) and Grades 9 – 12 (Midrasha)
• Hineni: adult Jewish learning and contemplative practices
We are looking for people to join our office full-time as soon as possible! View full job descriptions and instructions to apply at the links below.
Full-time employees are eligible for these benefits (in addition to salary, of course):
• health, dental, and life insurances
• automatic retirement contribution by TTSP
• 50% tuition reduction if you or your children attend one of our programs
• generous paid time off (separate sick leave, vacation time, and time off for Jewish and secular holidays)
The Registration and Development Manager will be the initial contact for admissions, registration, and financial aid for all TTSP programs, and provide administrative support to those programs as needed. They will work with TTSP’s accountants and auditors, and manage the current TTSP database (Vinitsky V-Manager) with an eye on transitioning to a cloud-based database within the next 1-2 years. They will also work closely with the Executive Director to execute development activities throughout the year. This role will occasionally work evenings and/or Sundays.
We are always in need of great talent, especially substitute teachers! Fill out an Employment Interest Form to let us know you are interested in future job openings.
TTSP is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. We are committed to assembling a diverse and inclusive workforce. BIPOC, individuals with disabilities, LGBTQIA+ people, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.
TTSP will not discriminate against any employee or applicant because of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, age, marital status, or status with regard to public assistance. With respect to religion and creed, as permitted by law, TTSP has the right to exercise discretion in employment decisions and to employ persons who share and are committed to the values and mission of TTSP and/or, as permitted by law, who are Jewish.