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The Director at Queen’s Hillel is a creative and engaging individual with a strong Jewish and Israel background, and is capable of working both independently and as part of a team. The successful candidate will be a self-starter and capable multi-tasker who will use these skills to engage students and drive Hillel’s mission, values and goals.
Reports to: Chief Campus Officer
Student Leadership Development
Publicity and External Relations
Human Resource Management
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About Hillel Ontario
Hillel Ontario serves approximately 14,000 Jewish students across nine universities, and is the largest regional Hillel system in the world. A model for the Hillel movement, Hillel Ontario was created on October 1, 2015 and strives to inspire every Jewish student in Ontario to make an enduring commitment to Jewish life, learning and Israel.
About Queen’s Hillel
Queen's Hillel, in Kingston, was the first Hillel established in Canada. Queen’s is one of Canada’s oldest degree-granting institutions, and has influenced Canadian higher education since 1841 when it was established by Royal Charter of Queen Victoria. Located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, it is a prestigious mid-sized university with several faculties and schools. Queen’s balances excellence in undergraduate studies with well-established and innovative graduate programs, all within a dynamic learning environment.
Queen’s Hillel is a marquis campus within the Hillel Ontario system and serves a primarily residential student
population. It is a launching pad for Jewish activity, catering to the needs and diverse interests of students.
With an estimated 1500 Jewish students on campus, Queen’s Hillel creates a pluralistic environment in which Jews, regardless of denomination or religious belief, feel comfortable and included. Queen’s Hillel ensures that emerging adults can find their own meaningful paths to Jewish identity. Hillel staff at Queen’s are a critical support to students as they co-create engaging and diverse programming, catering to the religious, social, spiritual, cultural needs of students on campus.
About Jewish Life in Kingston
The Queen’s and Kingston Jewish community is unique. Kingston is known for its historic properties and beautiful Lake Ontario waterfront, Queen’s University supports a dynamic, vibrant, close-knit Jewish student community. Jewish living is easily achieved with a friendly community, regular prayer at three local synagogues, and a beautiful city to live in. There are lots of local community-wide programs geared to young families, and exciting events including philanthropic, social, cultural and educational activities. Kosher food can be easily found at two local supermarkets. For more information, visit the Kingston Jewish Council.
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