Job Opportunities


Senior Staff Accountant

Responsible for assisting the accounting department in preparing accurate and timely financial records for all of the organizations managed.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Preparation of Financial Statements on a Monthly Basis
  • Vendor Invoice review, G/L coding, entry, check preparation and mailing after required signatures.
  • Handle Bank transfers, accounting for cash transactions and reconciliation of Bank accounts with the General ledger.
  • Prepare journal entries, document financial transactions, and summarize current financial status on specific key accounts.
  • Analyze and support assigned Balance Sheet Accounts on a monthly basis.
  • Maintain Excel fixed assets and depreciation schedules.
  • Maintain internal control systems and reconcile financial accounts to supporting documentation
  • Maintain proper keeping of financial records, making use of current technologies
  • Prepare general ledger entries by maintaining records and files
  • Create Ad Hoc reports as requested by organization
  • Assist in preparation, Input and analysis of yearly operating Budget.
  • Provide detailed analyses and explanations of all transactions
  • Prepare documentation for external auditors when needed

Supplemental Job Functions:

  • Perform additional duties as directed
  • Maintain and reconcile subsidiary ledgers.

Education and Experience Required:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance preferred.
  • 3 Plus Years Accounting experience.
  • Experience in HR and Payroll Processing preferred.
  • Experience with QuickBooks and Sage 50 preferred.
  • Not-for-profit experience a plus.
  • Strong operational accounting experience required, preferably including budgeting, forecasting and variance reporting.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel
  • Communicates effectively and persuasively, both verbally and in writing
  • Manages time and resources effectively through strong organization, multi-tasking, time management and project management skills
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously

Flexible Work schedule—Full time—25 to 35 hours per week.


Please send resume with cover letter including salary requirements to:

Nancy Adler

Executive Assistant

845-362-4400 ext. 186

Campus Support Position

Full and part time positions—days and evenings.

Salary $18–$20/hour

  • Monitor access and help check-in visitors to Jewish Community Center
  • Confirm identity and photo in access system for members and check identification for all visitors
  • Make several security inspections of Early Childhood Center (ECC) throughout the day
  • Make security inspections of perimeter of JCC insuring doors are locked and alarmed
  • Escort any outside vendors and contractors
  • Log and inspect all deliveries to JCC and tenants
  • Relieve reception desk when access employee is needed to work other areas or when needed
  • Maintain adherence to parking rules of JCC
  • Help escort children off buses for after school program
  • Work various large JCC events at the request of the JCC Facilities Director to insure safety and security issues
  • Other various miscellaneous duties requested by the RJCC Facilities Director


Bill Ebner

Facilities Director

845-362-4400 ext. 200

Early Childhood

Early Childhood Assistant Director

The Assistant Director works closely with the Director to oversee the day to day management and organization of the center. They model and instruct other adults in best practice, and provide information to parents regarding their children as well as general child development information. The Assistant Director needs to be skilled in handling difficult conversations with both parents and staff, and mediating Conflict Resolution. They maintain all child and employee safety, health and security regulations set forth by NYS and JCC Rockland.

Minimum of Bachelor's Degree in Education with a concentration in Early Childhood.

3 Years Early Childhood Classroom Experience a Must.

Duties of Assistant Director include, but are not limited to:
Engaging and Onboarding New/Prospective Families

  • Set up and give tours.
  • Respond to any social media inquiries.
  • Follow up with families.
  • Onboarding new families.

Engaging and Communicating with Current Families

  • Handle day to day communications with parents.
  • Discuss parent concerns, assist teachers in communications with parents.
  • Sick Children: Checking in when child absent, communicating with parents regarding policies, returning to school.

Managing and Engaging with Staff

  • Onboarding new staff.
  • Handle day to day staff needs, communications.
  • Create Staff Schedules, manage staffing during the day.
  • Mediate Conflict Resolution between staff members.
  • Managing teachers’ PD—opportunities, signing up, tracking their hours.
  • Assist developing and programming staff meetings.
  • Staff early / late care, oversee when when needed.


  • Oversee and assist in creating individual classroom’s curriculum.
  • Grade level meetings to ensure uniformity within grade levels & spiraling between.
  • Create and manage special programs/events to correlate to curriculum.
  • Oversee teachers’ lesson plans.
  • Shutterfly: Check consistency posting, content, etc.

Daily Operations

  • Manage children’s medications, paperwork before expiration dates, communicate with parents, manage paperwork in classrooms and main binder; MAT certified-administer meds
  • Emergency Bags: Make sure stocked appropriately, not expired, working, etc.
  • Procare
  • Organizing and managing supplies
  • Sub in Classroom When Needed
  • Attend staff meetings, JCC staff meetings


Rachel Kurland

Early Childhood Director

845-362-4400 ext. 131

Assistant Teacher Infants/Toddlers, Full Time

An Assistant Teacher provides support and assistance to the lead teacher in the classroom during instruction and transitional times, such as directed lessons, free play, circle time, snack, playground, music, and lunch. They help provide a safe, nurturing, positive environment and help maintain classroom management.

Under the direction of the lead teacher, the assistant teacher will:

  • Engage with each child by playing, interacting, talking to and listening to them.
  • Provide a broad range of physical assistance to children, including in their personal needs such as toileting, changing diapers, cleaning, washing, etc.
  • Set up facilities for the teacher, including arts and crafts projects, special games, and other teaching exercises and instructions planned by the teacher.
  • May take over leadership role in the classroom during teacher’s absence.
  • Facilitate smooth transition for children from home to school.
  • Incorporate each family’s culture and tradition respectfully.
  • Complete pediatric first aid and CPR certification training.
  • Ensure that children are under direct and competent supervision at all times.
  • Attend staff meetings, trainings and professional development as required.

Experience working with children necessary. Ability to sit on the floor, bend and lift up to 30 lbs. Flexibility a must. Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience and education.


Rachel Kurland

Early Childhood Director

845-362-4400 ext. 131

After School Program

Assistant Site Leader

Reports to Site Leader

Job Duties:

  • Assist in daily schedule of activities and events
  • Assist in staff schedules- shifts & responsibilities
  • General Counselor supervision
  • Assist in preparation of snack and program supplies
  • Overall supervision and organization of program and site
  • Daily positive interaction with youth, parents and program staff
  • Special event planning
  • Planning and implementation of Club programs
  • Work in a team environment- (Site Director, Site Leader, Asst. Site Leaders and Head Counselors)
  • Implementation and follow through on all program policies and procedures
  • Assist in the upkeep of site location for cleanliness and to meet all New York State Office of Children & Family Services guidelines
  • Attend on-going staff trainings
  • Participate in Asst. Site Leaders, Site Leaders & Site Director planning meetings


  • 12 credits or more in childcare related courses, Associates degree or higher preferred
  • Minimum of 2 years experience working with youth ages 3-13 years old
  • Minimum of 1 years experience as a supervisor
  • Great communication skills both oral and written


M-F 2-6:30pm during the school year on regular school days*

Includes an annual fitness membership.

Additional hours on half day and no school days are optional.

*subject to change, at the discretion of the Site Leader


Stephanie Schleider

Operations and After School Program Coordinator


Beyond the Bell General Counselor

Job Summary:

Under the supervision of the Site Leader, a Beyond the Bell Counselor is responsible for assisting with all daily programming needs and supervision of students enrolled in the program. Counselors work in a team context to assure that (1) programming is fulfilling the current needs of our membership and community, (2) that program space is utilized efficiently and effectively and (3) the mission and brand of the JCC is fulfilled at all times.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Positive interaction with students, parents and co-workers
  • Assist in daily program operation
  • Set-up and clean-up of program space and activities daily
  • Work in a team environment
  • Implementation and follow through on all program policies and procedures
  • Upkeep of site location for cleanliness and to meet all New York State guidelines
  • Attend on-going staff trainings and maintain required numbers of training hours
  • Provide supervision and direction to children ranging in age from K-7 grade
  • Act as a role model for participants and other staff
  • Organize and implement “Club” activities


Depending on the site, programs run for 3-4 hours a day starting as early as 2pm.

All applicants need to be able to work a minimum of two shifts a week. Counselors may need to work additional days based on the needs of the program and the Site Leader’s requirements.

Job Qualifications:

  • Minimum age requirement of 16 years
  • Current HS student or beyond
  • Minimum 1 year working with school age children in some capacity (babysitting counts)

Physical Demands

Covid-19 Vaccination required


Stephanie Schleider

Operations and After School Program Coordinator



Fitness & Wellness Center Assistant Supervisor

The Fitness & Wellness Center Assistant Supervisor is responsible for the overall safety, cleanliness of the fitness center, and providing customer service to the members.

  • Part-time (20 hours/week)
  • Sundays: noon-4pm, Mondays-Thursdays: 5pm-9pm
  • Reports to the Fitness Manager


  • Enforce policies and promote safety within the Fitness Center.
  • Perform regular walk-throughs of the space to ensure cleanliness.
  • Welcome, greet, and provide assistance to facility users.
  • Ensure all weights and accessories are racked after use.
  • Be attentive to and report equipment issues to the Fitness Manager.
  • Provide exceptional customer service.
  • Perform light administrative duties such as field phone inquiries, make follow-up phone calls, etc.
  • Provide assistance to all areas of the JCC as needed while on shift.


  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Personable, organized, self-motivated.
  • Team player.
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds and stand for extended periods of time.
  • Must hold a current CPR/ AED and First Aid certification(or be willing to obtain one within 30 days of employment).
  • Interest in fitness a plus.


Lisa Goldstein

Fitness Manager

845-362-4400 ext. 104

Personal Trainer

JCC Rockland is looking for certified personal trainers to join our team of fitness professionals. We have opportunities to work with a wide range of clients including seniors, teens, and special populations. Trainers will need a professional attitude and a keen understanding of customer service. We offer competitive pay and incentives for training volume.

Principal Responsibilities:

  • Ability to design individual and group exercise programs tailored to the needs and attainable goals of specific clients
  • Execute individual fitness programs designed in a safe and effective way
  • Desire to help clients reach their health and fitness goals through appropriate cardiovascular, flexibility and resistance exercise
  • Proactively assist members with fitness equipment; train members in correct use of fitness equipment; correct members on use of fitness equipment as necessary.
  • Represent the agency and provide the highest quality of customer service to the individuals and groups with whom he/she comes into contact.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with an eagerness to grow client base
  • Team player

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Current nationally accredited personal training certification
  • Specialization certifications preferred
  • Certified in CPR/AED & First Aid

Hourly Rate for Training: $32-$36 per hour depending on experience.


Lisa Goldstein

Fitness Manager

845-362-4400 ext. 104

Group Exercise Class Instructor

Hourly Rate: $40-$50 depending on experience and skills

JCC Rockland is currently looking for highly motivated and energized individuals to instruct group fitness classes in a variety of modalities, including rowing, cycling, circuit training/strength, cardio, mat Pilates, dance, yoga, boxing, etc. If you possess the following skills, we need to hear from you!

  • Enthusiastic, creative and enjoy delivering new, fresh and innovative routines.
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills.
  • Have a positive attitude, and exhibit the passion to motivate and encourage others.
  • Experience in teaching to varied demographics and for clients of all levels.
  • A team player.

We Offer

  • Competitive pay
  • Flexible schedule
  • FREE membership–for those who hold classes on our regular schedule or run scheduled small group training programs.


  • Must hold a current certification by a nationally accredited organization.
  • Current CPR/AED certification.


Diva Pavan

845-362-4400 ext. 102

JCC Rockland Camps


Do you love camp, sunshine, and working with kids? Do you have a strong skill set and passion in a particular activity? JCC Rockland Camps is seeking motivated and talented individuals to join our summer specialist team. We provide unique and engaging summer experiences for campers ages 18 months through entering 10th grade.

As a specialist, you will function in a teaching role for both campers and counselors. You will be responsible for age-appropriate lesson planning to show growth and development, both physically and social-emotionally, as well as maintaining organization in your area. We all grow together!

JCC Rockland Camps prides itself on having creative, skilled, positive, and professional staff that embody our “#All In” mentality. You will have the power and ability to forge bonds with campers, counselors, and other staff and make lifelong memories. As staff members, we are all “responsible campers” - we have fun while leading by example.


  • Planning and executing 8 weeks (39 days) in your specialized activity
  • Assist in coordination of camp-wide events such as Color War & Carnival
  • Submit weekly lesson plans and equipment needs
  • Manage a camper group of 8-15 campers and instruct counselors how to assist during the activity
  • Must be able to work in a cooperative and engaging manner with campers, staff, and the leadership team
  • Instill values of sportsmanship in programming
  • Assume additional roles and responsibilities as assigned by your supervisor
  • Keep inventory of supplies and manage storage areas for cleanliness
  • Notify supervisor of any issues or concerns as it relates to schedule, facility, equipment, or behaviors that need to be addressed


  • Has a strong skill set and ability to teach one or more of the following:
    • Arts and Crafts
    • Sports/Gymnastics
    • Theater/Drama/Improv
    • Dance (all styles)
    • Science/Nature
    • Camping/Outdoor Adventure/Woodworking
    • Music/Storytelling
  • Strong leadership skills and a self-starter
  • Previous work experience in a camp and/or teaching children
  • Great organizational and communication skills
  • Has a positive, personable outlook, energetic, hardworking, effective in high pressure situations, and attention to detail
  • Must enjoy working in a team environment
  • Must love working with children
  • Returning Campers

Camp Counselor

Being a camp counselor can be one of the most rewarding jobs you can have in your young life. What’s better than playing games, getting crafty, and making friends outside in the sunshine?! JCC Rockland is seeking motivated individuals to join our camp counselor team. We provide unique and engaging summer experiences for campers ages 18 months through entering 8th grade.

As a camp counselor, you have an important role supervising a group of campers and working closely with your support staff. You will be a “responsible camper,” having fun while leading by example and providing a safe and inclusive group environment.

The Ideal Candidate:

  • Understands camp culture and willing to be “All In” for every activity throughout the day
  • Is a strong leader and self-starter
  • Has previous experience working at camp and/or with children 18 months—12 years old
  • Has a positive, personable outlook, energetic, hardworking, effective in high pressure situations, and attention to detail
  • Must enjoy working in a team environment


Monday—Friday- 8:30am—4:30pm

June 27—August 19 (no camp on July 4)

Orientation dates in the two weeks prior to camp

Camp Lifeguard / Water Safety Instructor

JCC Rockland Camps is seeking skilled and motivated individuals for Lifeguard and WSI positions for summer 2022. We provide unique and engaging summer experiences for campers ages 18 months through entering 10th grade.

As a camp Lifeguard and WSI, you will be responsible for the safety and learning to swim process of our campers.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Guard and instruct campers and staff during instructional and free swim periods
  • Assist Aquatics Team Leadership in the implementation of safety plans for the pool complex
  • Maintain safe swimming conditions both in the pools and on the deck, including cleanliness of pool supplies
  • Assess camper swim levels based on American Red Cross standards, and adjust to show growth throughout the summer
  • Respond to emergency situations effectively and complete incident reports as required
  • Plan and implement rainy day lessons with dry land skills and fun activities in the event of inclement weather or pool closures

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must be 16 years of age or older and possess a valid Lifeguard or WSI certification, along with CPR/First Aid/AED certifications
  • Jr. Guards aged 15 may be considered with full certification based on experience
  • Knowledge of American Red Cross instructional swim levels
  • Experience working with children ages 2-15
  • Friendly and outgoing
  • Previous experience lifeguarding and/or working at summer camp a plus
  • Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers and parents
  • WSI certification preferred, but not required
  • Dedicated and responsible

Note: Will certify qualified candidates if not currently lifeguard or WSI certified



June 27—August 19 (no camp on July 4)

Orientation dates in the two weeks prior to camp

Camp Porter

Do you love camp, sunshine, and working with kids? Do you enjoy working with your hands and have an eye for cleanliness and organization? JCC Rockland Camps is seeking a motivated individual to join the team as Camp Porter.

We provide unique and engaging summer experiences for campers ages 18 months through entering 10th grade at our site in West Nyack, NY.

As the Camp Porter, you will be responsible for handling a variety of tasks, and are a crucial piece of making each day run smoothly and efficiently. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Maintaining and distributing coolers and drink stations daily
  • Assist Director of Food Services with all aspects of lunch periods, as well as distributing and cleaning afternoon snack
  • Help with the car line as directed
  • Accept deliveries of all camp packages and distribute or store accordingly
  • Set up and clean-up of camp activity area supplies (archery, bikes, jump ropes, etc)
  • Check ropes course for abstractions and trash throughout day, rake as needed
  • Maintain overall cleanliness of grounds and alert professional maintenance and cleaning crews to any issues
  • Build positive and professional relationships with co-workers, campers, and other building staff


  • Ability to stand for long periods of time
  • Ability to lift and carry 25 lbs or more
  • Work independently and in a team environment
  • Ability to safely operate and drive a golf cart
  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Has a positive, personable outlook, energetic, hardworking, effective in high pressure situations and has attention to detail


Monday – Friday 8:30am-4:30pm

39 days of camp (no camp July 4th)

With additional days and hours for orientation and set up during the two weeks prior to camp


Stipend for summer based on experience