Hebrew Seminary, founded in 1992, is a pluralistic, egalitarian, inclusive rabbinical school that prepares people as rabbis, pararabbis, and educators to serve all Jewish communities, including the Deaf community. Founded in 1992 by Rabbi Dr. Douglas Goldhamer to meet the needs of all Jewish communities, especially those traditionally underserved, Hebrew Seminary cultivates the highest commitment to traditional scholarship, such as Bible, Talmud, Hebrew, Jewish philosophy, and Kabbalah. This combined dedication of inclusivity and study teaches our students to be scholars, educators, and leaders, as well as spiritual guides who can experience and share the voice of God with members of their communities. More information can be found at: www.hebrewseminary.org.
Hebrew Seminary is seeking a Web Designer to design and to implement the overall layout and aesthetic for a new website for our school. The Web Designer will report to Hebrew Seminary’s Director of Marketing & Development.
Initial Website Designer duties include: transferring website content from our current website to a new website, familiarity with integrating Learning Management Systems, coding webpages, meeting with staff to review website templates, refining designs, previewing layouts across multiple device types, website features, and building a website that is simple enough for our staff to update regularly. (Our current website is based in the Avada theme of WordPress.)
Our ideal candidate has experience in WordPress development, website design, HTML, Google Analytics, and design software (Photoshop, etc.); understanding of UX/UI (user experience/user interface design); knowledge of SEO; aesthetic sense of visual design; and strong communication and collaboration skills.
Stipend negotiable based on experience.
Please send a proposal containing timelines and cost breakdowns, examples of three or more previous web designs you completed, a CV or resume, and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hebrew Seminary is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy), hearing status, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
As an equal opportunity employer, Hebrew Seminary strongly encourages applications from individuals with varied identities and backgrounds. This position will remain open until we have a diverse pool of candidates.