Sunday 31 December 2023

Handyman Services

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Saturday 30 December 2023

Handyman Services

For all your handyman jobs I am your man. No job too small. No call out fees. Over 40 years experience (ex UK).
Moshe Sadia, 0451930432 

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Friday 29 December 2023

Shabbos Tzetl: Vayechi

7:16pm - Early candle lighting
8:27pm - Candle Lighting, Friday
9:32pm - Havdalah, Saturday
(Melbourne Australia)
Eruv Status: KOSHER
Shabbat Shalom! 


See this week's Emmanuel's posts here:

Please click here to view the Yeshivah Shule Tzetel for Shabbos Chazak Parshas Vayechi. Please click here to view the PDFs of Weekly Publications.


LAMPLIGHTER

PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL
Genesis 47:28–50:26
The name of the Parshah, "Vayechi," means "And he lived" and it is found in Genesis 47:28.

Jacob lives the final 17 years of his life in Egypt. Before his passing, he asks Joseph to take an oath that he will bury him in the Holy Land. He blesses Joseph's two sons, Manasseh and Ephraim, elevating them to the status of his own sons as progenitors of tribes within the nation of Israel.

The patriarch desires to reveal the end of days to his children, but is prevented from doing so.

Jacob blesses his sons, assigning to each his role as a tribe: Judah will produce leaders, legislators and kings; priests will come from Levi, scholars from Issachar, seafarers from Zebulun, schoolteachers from Simeon, soldiers from Gad, judges from Dan, olive-growers from Asher, and so on. Reuben is rebuked for "confusing his father's marriage bed"; Simeon and Levi, for the massacre of Shechem and the plot against Joseph. Naphtali is granted the swiftness of a deer, Benjamin the ferociousness of a wolf, and Joseph is blessed with beauty and fertility.

A large funeral procession consisting of Jacob's descendants, Pharaoh's ministers, the leading citizens of Egypt and the Egyptian cavalry accompanies Jacob on his final journey to the Holy Land, where he is buried in the Machpelah Cave in Hebron.

Joseph, too, dies in Egypt, at the age of 110. He, too, instructs that his bones be taken out of Egypt and buried in the Holy Land, but this would come to pass only with the Israelites' exodus from Egypt many years later. Before his passing, Joseph conveys to the Children of Israel the testament from which they will draw their hope and faith in the difficult years to come: "G‑d will surely remember you, and bring you up out of this land to the land of which He swore to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob."


HAFTORAH IN A NUTSHELL
I Kings 2:1-12.

In this week's haftorah, King David delivers his deathbed message to his son and successor, Solomon, echoing this week's Torah reading that discusses at length Jacob's parting words and instructions to his sons.

King David encourages Solomon to be strong and to remain steadfast in his belief in G‑d. This will ensure his success in all his endeavors as well as the continuation of the Davidic Dynasty. David then goes on to give his son some tactical instructions pertaining to various people who deserved punishment or reward for their actions during his reign.

The haftorah concludes with David's death and his burial in the City of David. King Solomon takes his father's place and his sovereignty is firmly established.


SAGES ON THE PARSHAH

It came to pass, after these things, that it was said to Joseph: Behold, your father is ill (48:1)

Abraham introduced aging to the world, Isaac affliction, and Jacob illness.

Abraham requested old age, pleading before G‑d: "Master of the Universe! When a man and his son enter a town, none know whom to honor." Said G‑d to him: "By your life, you have asked a proper thing, and it will commence with you." Thus, from the beginning of the Book aging is not mentioned, but when Abraham came, old age was granted to him, as is written: "And Abraham was old and come along in days" (Genesis 24:1).

Isaac asked for affliction, pleading thus: "Master of the Universe! When a man dies without affliction, Judgment threatens him; but if You afflict him, Judgment would not threaten him." Said G‑d to him: "By your life, you have asked well, and it will commence with you." Thus affliction is not mentioned from the beginning of the Book until Isaac, as is written: "It came to pass that when Isaac was old, his eyes were dimmed" (ibid. 27:1).

Jacob requested illness, saying to Him: "Master of the Universe! A man dies without previous illness, and does not settle his affairs with his children; but if he were two or three days ill, he would settle his affairs with his children." Said G‑d to him: "By your life, you have asked well, and it will commence with you." Thus it is written: "It was said to Joseph: Behold, your father is ill."

(Midrash Rabbah)

https://w2.chabad.org/media/pdf/8923.pdf




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Thursday 28 December 2023

Employment: Judy Klein's Creche

Property: 2 Borchurim Looking For A Apartment/granny Flat

Hi we are 2 melbourne bochurim looking for a place to rent in St kilda east.

0491046623

Bonei Olam Auction

Good afternoon,
I know times are tough for many of us, but the needs for those struggling with fertility goes on… so once again I've committed to help raise at least $10,000 USD in funding for Bonei Olam, earmarked specifically for couples experiencing infertility in our community here in Melbourne.
Together, I know we can raise this amount. Please help by purchasing tickets to Bonei Olam's auction through my link
Plus, you'll get a super special deal with bonus tickets based on your spending.
All donations are in USD and tax deductible receipts can be organised on request.
Thanks so much!
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Local Appeal For Far North Soldiers & Community

THANK YOU for your Helping Tzfat contributions. 
We are totally overwhelmed with your generosity!!!!
We have been living in Far North of Israel for 12 months in Rosh Pina๐ŸŒบ
Friends on the ground are raising desperately needed funds for 3 areas:
Shabbos and food for combat soldiers, Community Policing & Security, Family basic living needs.
See flyer for details & payment options or send thru Chai.org.au (Helping Tzfat)
Thank you for your generous support

Wednesday 27 December 2023

Mazal Tov! It's a Baby GIRL ๐Ÿ‘ถ๐Ÿป. Eizicovics.



BS'D

MAZAL TOV

Chani and Mendy Eizicovics
(nee Nutovics)

are thrilled to announce the arrival of

A Baby GIRL

in Atlanta, Georgia


Mazal tov to the Grandparents
Shulamit and Yaakov-Dovid Nutovics (Melbourne)
Sorel and Nachum Eizicovics(Toronto)





_____________
The information contained in this notice has been based on information provided directly by the family.

Submissions for notices can be found here.

Tuesday 26 December 2023

SCHC - Wine & Cheese VIP tour - Victoria State Library

SCHC - Wine & Cheese VIP tour - Victoria State Library
The VIP tour with Curator Paul Forgasz at Victoria's State Library is a top-notch event showcasing "Luminous: A Thousand Years of Hebrew Manuscripts." This exhibit highlights rare Hebrew manuscripts from the British Library, State Library Victoria, Jewish Museum of Australia, and local collections.
"Luminous" celebrates the beauty and significance of Hebrew texts, featuring the ancient Gaster Bible, a unique Torah scroll from China, and a work by the legendary philosopher Moses Maimonides. This is a rare chance to delve into Jewish history and culture through these priceless texts.
Sunday 11 February 2024 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Victoria State Library
328 Swanston St, Melbourne Vic 3000
Bookings:

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UJEB Board Position Available

Applications close 9th Feb.
To apply, please send a cover email and your CV to president@ujeb.org.au with "Board Position" in the subject line. This is an honorary role on the UJEB Board of Directors so please do not apply if you are seeking paid employment.

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Taking expressions of interest for Jewish diary

Taking expressions of interest for a diary - unfortunately they have sold out everywhere and Golds won't be restocking so will be available privately.

They are A5 in size and include Jewish holidays, Shabbat and candle lighting etc.
Dates September 2023 - December 2024

Please DM Ahna Neubauer if interested. +61 425 746 014

Diary will be $35 each due to smaller printing run, and available mid January.

Thank you!

FREE Learning recorded live from the Alshech Shul in Tzfat

"We love these classes from the Alshech Academy. 
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Friday 22 December 2023

Shabbos Tzetl: Vayigash & ืฆื•ื ืงืœ

7:14pm - Early candle lighting
8:25pm - Candle Lighting, Friday
9:14pm - Fast Ends, Friday
9:30pm - Havdalah, Saturday
(Melbourne Australia)
Eruv Status: KOSHER
Good Shabbos!


Please click here to view the Yeshivah Shule Tzetel for Shabbos Parshas Vayigash. Please click here to view the PDFs of Weekly Publications.
PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL
Genesis 44:18–47:27
The name of the Parshah, "Vayigash," means "And he approached" and it is found in Genesis 44:18.

Judah approaches Joseph to plead for the release of Benjamin, offering himself as a slave to the Egyptian ruler in Benjamin's stead. Upon witnessing his brothers' loyalty to one another, Joseph reveals his identity to them."I am Joseph," he declares. "Is my father still alive?"

The brothers are overcome by shame and remorse, but Joseph comforts them. "It was not you who sent me here," he says to them, "but G‑d. It has all been ordained from Above to save us, and the entire region, from famine."

The brothers rush back to Canaan with the news. Jacob comes to Egypt with his sons and their families—seventy souls in all—and is reunited with his beloved son after 22 years. On his way to Egypt he receives the divine promise: "Fear not to go down to Egypt; for I will there make of you a great nation. I will go down with you into Egypt, and I will also surely bring you up again."

Joseph gathers the wealth of Egypt by selling food and seed during the famine. Pharaoh gives Jacob's family the fertile county of Goshen to settle, and the children of Israel prosper in their Egyptian exile.


HAFTORAH IN A NUTSHELL
Ezekiel 37:15-28.

This week's haftorah mentions the fusion of the kingdoms of Judah and Joseph during the Messianic Era, echoing the beginning of this week's Torah reading: "And Judah approached him [Joseph]."

The prophet Ezekiel shares a prophecy he received, in which G‑d instructs him to take two sticks and to write on one, "For Judah and for the children of Israel his companions" and on the other, "For Joseph, the stick of Ephraim and all the house of Israel, his companions." After doing so he was told to put the two near each other, and G‑d fused them into one stick.

G‑d explains to Ezekiel that these sticks are symbolic of the House of Israel, that was divided into two (often warring) kingdoms: the Northern Kingdom that was established by Jeroboam, a member of the Tribe of Ephraim, and the Southern Kingdom, that remained under the reign of the Davidic (Judean) Dynasty. The fusing of the two sticks represented the merging of the kingdoms that will transpire during the Messianic Era — with the Messiah, a descendant of David, at the helm of this unified empire.

"So says the L-rd G‑d: 'Behold I will take the children of Israel from among the nations where they have gone, and I will gather them from every side, and I will bring them to their land. And I will make them into one nation in the land upon the mountains of Israel, and one king shall be to them all as a king...'"

The haftorah ends with G‑d's assurance that "they shall dwell on the land that I have given to My servant, to Jacob, wherein your forefathers lived; and they shall dwell upon it, they and their children and their children's children, forever; and My servant David shall be their prince forever."


SAGES ON THE PARSHAH

Israel dwelt in the land of Egypt in the country of Goshen; they took possession of it (47:27)

The Hebrew word vayei'achazu ("they took possession of it") literally means "they took hold of it," but also translates as "they were held by it." Both interpretations are cited by our sages: Rashi translates vayei'achazu as related to the word achuzah, "landholding" and "homestead"; the Midrash interprets it to imply that "the land held them and grasped them . . . like a man who is forcefully held."

This duality defines the Jew's attitude toward galut (exile). On the one hand, we know that no matter how hospitable our host country may be, and no matter how we may flourish materially and spiritually on foreign soil, galut is a prison in that it dims our spiritual vision, hinders our national mission and compromises our connection with G‑d. For only as a nation dwelling on our land with the Holy Temple as the divine abode in our midst can we perceive the divine presence in the world, fully realize our role as "a light unto the nations," and fully implement all the mitzvot of the Torah-the lifeblood of our relationship with G‑d.

But we also know that we are in galut for a purpose. We know that we have been dispersed throughout the world in order to reach and influence the whole of humanity. We know that it is only through the wanderings and tribulations of galut that we access and redeem the "sparks of holiness"—the pinpoints of divine potential which lie scattered in the most forsaken corners of the globe.

So galut is an achuzah in both senses of the word: a "holding" to develop, and a "holding pen" we must perpetually seek to escape.

Indeed, it can be the one only if it is also the other. If we relate to galut solely as a prison, we will fail to properly utilize the tremendous opportunities it holds. But if we grow comfortable in this alien environment, we risk becoming part of it; and if we become part of the galut reality, G‑d forbid, we could no more succeed in our efforts to develop and elevate it than the person who tries to lift himself up by pulling upwards on the hairs atop his own head.

(The Lubavitcher Rebbe)

https://w2.chabad.org/media/pdf/52144.pdf




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Wednesday 20 December 2023

Tzetl: Asarah B'Teves 5784










Friday 22 Dec
Fast Begins: 4:08am
Fast Ends: 9:14pm
Tzom kal!

Jewish History

On the 10th of Tevet of the year 3336 from Creation (425 BCE), the armies of the Babylonian emperor Nebuchadnezzar laid siege to Jerusalem. Thirty months later -- on Tammuz 17, 3338 -- the city walls were breached, and on 9 Av of that year, the Holy Temple was destroyed. The Jewish people were exiled to Babylonia for 70 years.

Link: Asarah B'Tevet

Laws and Customs

Tevet 10 is observed as a day of fasting, mourning and repentance, in remembrance of the siege of Jerusalem. We refrain from food and drink from daybreak to nightfall, and add the Selichot and other special supplements to our prayers. (More recently, Tevet 10 was chosen to also serve as a "general kaddish day" for the victims of the Holocaust, many of whose day of martyrdom is unknown.)

Halacha Guide: Asarah B'Teves 5784

Please view click here for a Halacha Guide relevant to this Friday, the fast of Asarah B'Teves. We are grateful to Rabbi Shmuel Lesches of Young Yeshivah for compiling and sharing this with us.

Regards,

Yeshivah Shule

Fruit Platters

Want to enjoy your fruit this summer or gift someone else with it?

Yarchei Kallah 5784- Full Schedule

Kollel Menachem is very excited to welcome you to our upcoming Yarchei Kallah- Summer learning program 5784 commencing Monday December 25th Teves 13.

This years program will be headlined by featured guest Rabbi Ari Shishler of South Africa, a sought after lecturer who is a crowd favourite in Melbourne. 

Our full schedule of fascinating topics and dynamic speakers IS NOW AVAILABLE HERE 

Registration is now open here See our website for more info on the program www.jewishlearning.com.au


Sar-El: Volunteers for Israel in the IDF

VOLUNTEERS FOR ISRAEL 
A unique volunteer initiative that allows participants to work alongside our soldiers directly on IDF bases…  
Click the website to register your interest (or start the application to go!) or call Tammy 0409 374 831 for more information

Helping Tzfas





Dear Friends๐Ÿ’•

We have been living in Far North of Israel for 12 months in Rosh Pina๐ŸŒบ

Friends on the ground are raising desperately needed funds for 3 areas:

1. Shabbos & grocery needs for combat soldiers on the Northern border

2. Tzfas Community Security needs as police have been called up & they have greater exposed need since 7 October

3. Family basic living needs as breadwinners called up and tourism closes down (Tzfas depends on these visitors to employ everything from cleaners to artists and many others)

If you want to speak with Eliyahu direct, call him on What's App:
‪+972 53‑963‑9506‬

Tax Deduction: For Basic Needs Family Support ONLY, can use Chai/ Helping Tzfat

https://chai.org.au/cause/Helping-Tzfat/

If you prefer, Lea & I can assist you by using our accounts in Israel, Australia, and elsewhere to move funds however first see payment options below or use CHAI link.

Thank you for your generous support
Lea & Moishe Zweier
๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž

https://youtu.be/r5NX_X7fowE?si=z0UgCH4eqrDqwDvR


*Frequent Questions & Some Answers Below from Eliyahu Pereira including Audio below:*

"Why do we need to feed IDF soldiers?"
"How much is needed?"
"What are we buying etc?"
See audio & written answers below…
Contact Eliyahu direct with any questions or we can do a Zoom for groups
‪+972 53‑963‑9506‬
(Eliyahu Pereira)

They feed them cold canned foods and tuna etc

There are regular soldiers on bases that get warm food and then there are combat soldiers in APCs and Tanks and tents in the field and they just get canned goods.

If you would see their faces when we show up with a warm soup in the middle of the night or a full spread for shabbat you would cry

They're not gonna starve to death eating what the IDF gives them but these are men who were living regular lives until they were drafted to reserves and some of them go days without a warm meal, without meat, without a dessert..

Yes it's war but many of the soldiers are right here and when they can get a warm meal it changes their whole reality

They feel loved and rejuvenated and able to keep going

Baruch Hashem food isn't the only need

I got a call yesterday of 100 soldiers without warm clothing..

Thermal shirts
Rain jackets
Socks
Hats
Gloves

"Whoever doesn't Want to be involved in food …we definitely have what to do with their money"

๐Ÿ‘‡ Audio answer to questions below…

There are multiple ways to send

*Wise App (better than PayPal)*
Devorah.wilson98@gmail.com


PayPal account is egsp47@gmail.com

Israeli Bank:
Eliyahu Pereira
Leumi - 904
9884884

Please confirm how much was sent so we can keep track and leave a note on transfer for Eliyahu/Tzfat..

☝️if so inclined, please forward appeal to your contacts☝️


Sunday 17 December 2023

Handyman Services

For all your handyman jobs I am your man. No job too small. No call out fees. Over 40 years experience (ex UK).
Moshe Sadia, 0451930432 

Sponsored adThank you to our sponsors, who help pay for the costs of running this email service.

Thursday 14 December 2023

Seeking travel assistance to Israel

Looking for someone travelling to Israel on Thai/Elal on Monday December 18 who would be willing to assist a mother travelling alone with 4 children. Happy to pay generously for assistance!
+972526480289

Sar-El Volunteers for Israel

Volunteer in Israel to assist the IDF and the soldiers on base!
Click here to register your interest:
or join now:

Handyman Services

For all your handyman jobs I am your man. No job too small. No call out fees. Over 40 years experience (ex UK).
Moshe Sadia, 0451930432 

Sponsored adThank you to our sponsors, who help pay for the costs of running this email service.

Tablet and laptop search for displaced Israeli students.

Hall available for hire

Perfect for Shabbat dinners, and Sheva Brachot. Located in Balaclava. Reasonable rates. Kitchen certified kosher under Kosher Australia.

Wednesday 13 December 2023

Property: Apartment for rent in Jerusalem

Luxury apartment in Jerusalem, minutes walk from the central bus station, Jaffa street and machane yehuda available.
6 beds, two bathrooms, view.

Available from the end of January for a few weeks (dates are flexible).

Reach out to:
+972-587364671

Rabbi Gordon on Hot Kugel

Freilichen Chanukah :
Can I you please send the link to all your subscribers, it's advertising Rabbi Yossi Gordon ad 120! Shuirim


J-Air Jewish community radio 88FM. every Thursday morning at 11am featuring Rabbi Gordon. (Part of the hot Kugel Program): https://www.j-air.com.au/the-hot-kugels/

Helping Israel



Dear Friends๐Ÿ’•

We have been living in Far North of Israel for 12 months in Rosh Pina๐ŸŒบ

Friends on the ground are raising desperately needed funds for 3 areas:

1. Shabbos & grocery needs for combat soldiers on the Northern border

2. Tzfas Community Security needs as police have been called up & they have greater exposed need since 7 October

3. Family basic living needs as breadwinners called up and tourism closes down (Tzfas depends on these visitors to employ everything from cleaners to artists and many others)

If you want to speak with Eliyahu direct, call him on What's App:
‪+972 53‑963‑9506‬

Tax Deduction: For Basic Needs Family Support ONLY, can use Chai/ Helping Tzfat

https://chai.org.au/cause/Helping-Tzfat/

If you prefer, Lea & I can assist you by using our accounts in Israel, Australia, and elsewhere to move funds however first see payment options below or use CHAI link.

Thank you for your generous support
Lea & Moishe Zweier
๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž๐Ÿ•Ž

https://youtu.be/r5NX_X7fowE?si=z0UgCH4eqrDqwDvR


*Frequent Questions & Some Answers Below from Eliyahu Pereira including Audio below:*

"Why do we need to feed IDF soldiers?"
"How much is needed?"
"What are we buying etc?"
See audio & written answers below…
Contact Eliyahu direct with any questions or we can do a Zoom for groups
‪+972 53‑963‑9506‬
(Eliyahu Pereira)

They feed them cold canned foods and tuna etc

There are regular soldiers on bases that get warm food and then there are combat soldiers in APCs and Tanks and tents in the field and they just get canned goods.

If you would see their faces when we show up with a warm soup in the middle of the night or a full spread for shabbat you would cry

They're not gonna starve to death eating what the IDF gives them but these are men who were living regular lives until they were drafted to reserves and some of them go days without a warm meal, without meat, without a dessert..

Yes it's war but many of the soldiers are right here and when they can get a warm meal it changes their whole reality

They feel loved and rejuvenated and able to keep going

Baruch Hashem food isn't the only need

I got a call yesterday of 100 soldiers without warm clothing..

Thermal shirts
Rain jackets
Socks
Hats
Gloves

"Whoever doesn't Want to be involved in food …we definitely have what to do with their money"

๐Ÿ‘‡ Audio answer to questions below…

There are multiple ways to send

*Wise App (better than PayPal)*
Devorah.wilson98@gmail.com


PayPal account is egsp47@gmail.com

Israeli Bank:
Eliyahu Pereira
Leumi - 904
9884884

Please confirm how much was sent so we can keep track and leave a note on transfer for Eliyahu/Tzfat..

☝️if so inclined, please forward appeal to your contacts☝️

Monday 11 December 2023

Weekly Women's Shiur

ื‘ืก״ื“

Dear shiur member,

The shiur is suspended for the summer period and will G-d Willing resume 6:00pm Sunday February 4th, 2024.
Wishing you a safe, fulfilling and joyous summertime.

May these days of Chanukah be replete with light-filled miracles.
May we see the safe return of the hostages, and security and success for the IDF, our Maccabim of today.
May all Jews in our homeland and throughout the world be safe, and may we be blessed to share good news from each other.

Looking forward to resuming our Torah study in February 2024.
A freilichen and lichtigen Chanukah.
Zipporah Oliver O.A.M.

Shell Station Open Day

LAST MINUTE 
summer shopping ๐Ÿ›️ 
at the 
SHELL STATION by appointment only.

Tons of shells and cropped shells for kids-teens and ladies. 
To make a time to shop- call
Devorah 0449103249

Judy Klein's Creche, enrol now

Sunday 10 December 2023

Young Adult 20s & 30s Menorahs & Mojitos event

Young Adult 20s & 30s Menorahs & Mojitos event



Online Silent Auction

We're hosting a silent auction, as a fundraiser for Chanukah, and you have the opportunity to bid on fabulous prizes.
 
Bring light, this Chanukah, to those in need so we can continue with the outreach work we do.
 
All monies raised will be used towards providing care packs, calls/visits, as well as helping women dealing with the pain of pregnancy loss and/or IVF.



Property: Seeking Room or 1-BR Apartment

G'day Melbourne! ๐Ÿ‘‹
 
I'm moving down from Sydney and on the hunt for a cozy space in your wonderful Jewish community. ๐Ÿ 
 
✨ About Me:
 
- Shomer Shabbat ๐Ÿ•ฏ️
- Shomer Kashrut ๐Ÿฝ️
- Friendly and tidy roommate!
 
If you have or know of anything available from January 2024, I'd love to hear from you! Please reach out directly at 0404-222-595 - Richy Gold. ๐Ÿ“ž
 
Cheers and looking forward to experiencing your vibrant community!

richygold@gmail.com / 0404-222-595

Wednesday 6 December 2023

Employment: Bnos Chana, 2 positions

Bnos Chana School seeks a Classroom Assistant and Reading Support staff member to join our team for 2024.
Responsibilities:
• Working with individual students and small groups
• Liaising with classroom teacher and/or Head of Learning Enhancement
Key Selection Criteria:
• Ability to work with students with learning challenges
• Punctual and reliable
• Experience with Literacy support and familiarity with Jewish Studies curriculum (various subjects depending on grades)
• We require 6 months + experience working with Primary age students
Hours:
• 10:30/11:00 – 3:45 pm Monday - Thursday (earlier finish on Fridays)
If interested, email CV to Mrs Naama Brown at naama.brown@cly.vic.edu.au


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Bnos Chana School seeks a Kriah Support staff member for Grades 2-4 for 2024.
Responsibilities:
• Working with individual students
• Liaising with classroom teacher and/or Head of Learning Enhancement
Key Selection Criteria:
• Ability to work with students with learning challenges
• Punctual and reliable
• Experience with supporting students in Kriah
Hours:
• 9.15-12.00 pm Monday - Thursday
If interested, email CV to Mrs Naama Brown at naama.brown@cly.vic.edu.au


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