DRG Executive Search Consultants

Diller Teen Fellows (Managing Director)

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• Minimum 8 years of demonstrated successful experience in organizational leadership, management and/or educational administration
• Open, flexible, and inspiring leadership and management style conducive to fostering collaboration, engagement, and a team approach; a demonstrated ability to lead, motivate and harness the energy of a team of creative, committed, and diverse professionals and stakeholders
• Experience with Board and volunteer development; a diplomatic problem solver able to build consensus and engender cooperation between lay and professional leaders and professionals from the breadth of interests and perspectives in the community
• Demonstrated success in developing, empowering and leading subordinates, resulting in high performing teams
• Creative, innovative, entrepreneurial, and strategic inclinations; intellectual curiosity and emotional intelligence; sense of humor
• Creativity in problem solving, coalition building, collaboration, and managing both up and down
• Demonstrated ability to develop creative and innovative approaches and responses to complicated programming and/or educational environments
• Familiarity with Israel and Israeli culture, and other global Jewish cultural realities
• Sophisticated engagement with Jewish ideas, values, practice, and a proven ability to make them meaningful to teens
• Passion for Judaism, education and Jewish Peoplehood; understanding of, appreciation for, and investment in Jewish pluralism
• Proven attention to detail, excellence of work product, and meeting deadlines
• Computer skills including MS Office Suite, web literacy, and basic database familiarity
• Excellent English verbal and written skills; Hebrew language skills preferred
• A Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree in Education, Jewish Communal Service, or related field preferred.