Shluchim Visit New Crown Heights Mikvah

On Monday, the final day of the International Kinus Hashlucim, Vaad Rabonei Lubavitch conducted a Yom Iyun (Seminar) on the issue of Building and Maintaining a Kosher Mikvah, as per The Guidelines of the Rebbe Rashab, which ended with a tour of Crown Heights’ new women’s Mikvah – Mei Chaya Mushka.

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Crown Heights Woman’s Mikvah Looking For Manager

Looking for a reliable, capable, mature woman to manage a women’s Mikvah in Crown Heights. Managing experience is preferred.

Core duties include:
– Working on site managing 5 evenings a week
– Supervising daily operations plus preparing for the nights you aren’t there
Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
– Overseeing staff
– Ordering supplies
– Making sure the facility is cleaned properly
– Making sure all equipment is in working order
– Customer service

* This is a community service oriented job so please be friendly, thoughtful, a people’s person and know how to bring warmth to the job
* Due to the nature of this job it will requires a certain sensitivity to the needs today’s woman
* The facility is large and detailed, it will require certain physical abilities to maintain it properly
* Compensation based on experience

In a few words please write why you think you would be right for this position

Email your resume/details and your answer to the above question to: Bassi@Shanainc.com

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Weekly Story: Helping All Jews

In the beginning of 5575 (1815), the Czar granted that the first few Jewish colonies were established in the distant Ukraine. However, besides for being allowed to live and work the land itself, they were given nothing else; no money or equipment to work with. There were no houses, no infrastructure; everything had to be built from scratch.