Hillel Torah is dedicated to our teachers by trusting them to prepare the Jewish leaders of tomorrow. The collaborative atmosphere at Hillel Torah promotes positive morale among the teachers and staff. Our educators are warm and nurturing team players eager to grow and continuously learn. Our progressive curricula and child-centered approach, allows our teachers to serve as guides helping students set and achieve goals in both Judaic and Secular Studies. Hillel Torah faculty promotes a lifelong commitment to learning. Our goal is to hire and retain a diverse group of educators, support staff, and administrators to continue to uphold our school’s mission and phenomenal reputation.
Hillel Torah views every teacher as a leader entrusted with preparing the Jewish leaders of tomorrow. The team-oriented and collaborative culture at Hillel Torah promotes positive morale among the teachers and staff. Our professional, growth-oriented educators are warm and nurturing team players eager to grow and continuously improve. With a major emphasis on professional development and mentoring, we invest in our teachers to continue to grow and develop as professionals. We are privileged to have an outstanding, diverse group of educators, support staff, and administrators who continue to promote our school’s mission and bring our school to even greater heights.
Hillel Torah is committed to the success of new teachers by partnering them with veteran teachers for two years of professional mentoring. We encourage and promote the chance to grow and excel among all staff by providing opportunities for leadership and extensive professional development throughout the school year and during summer break.
Hillel Torah offers competitive salaries within the market that is commensurate with prior experience and education. Full-time and part-time employee benefits include health insurance, paid vacation and sick days, time off for Jewish & secular holidays, teacher appreciation events and professional development opportunities.
Hillel Torah educators have also been selected for the Hartman Family Educator of the Year Award, a prestigious recognition of excellence in teaching for six of the last eight years since the award’s inception.
Judaic Studies Director
We are seeking a thoughtful, passionate, and dynamic educator to join our leadership team as Judaic Studies Director, beginning July 1, 2021
I feel like at HT there is a chance to be a big fish in a smaller pond. I can see and feel the difference I make in each child’s life. I am recognized by my colleagues, administrators, and families for my hard work.