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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

Here’s My Story: The Art of Faith

Mr. Michoel Muchnik is a Jewish artist and illustrator of children’s books whose present focus is on developing bas-reliefs and murals. His works have been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum of Art and other venues in the United States and abroad. He was interviewed September of 2015.

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Full Time Position Available

Retail and Customer Service Associate

As counter server, you make the day for e-biz owners, teachers and 100s of others who rely on smooth shipping and print services.

TO DO:

Project calm, capable attitude while working efficiently
Advise customers on shipping/printing
Develop rapport with ongoing customers
Manage/maintain equipment
TO HAVE:

1+ year customer interaction
Patience and an easy smile
Windows, MS Word, PDF
Skill for learning functions/procedures
Work in CH, grow with the company! Must include resume.

Email: info@chshippingcenter.com

Weekly Story: Yud Tes Kislev #1

It was extremely heartwarming and gratifying this past week, when numerous Shluchim from near and far, came over and thanked me for enhancing their Shabbos table or farbrengen in shul, with these weekly stories. In response to their request I will begin mentioning a few thoughts that I prepared to farbreng with on Chag Hachagim – Yud Tes Kislev.

Weekly Story: My Father

Being that erev Rosh Chodesh is the Yahrzeit of my father HaRav HaChossid Reb Meir ben Reb Gershon a”h, I chose to post a chapter of his life.

Weekly Story: The Rebbe Rashab’s Bar Mitzvah

In honor of Chof Cheshvan, the 159th birthday of the Rebbe Rashab, it is my honor to present the story of his bar mitzvah. I hope you find it both informative and enjoyable. This chapter is an excerpt from the forthcoming Volume 5 of The Rebbeim Biography Series: The Rebbe Rashab, which I am in the midst of writing and preparing for print.

Weekly Story: Eliyahu Will Clarify It

In the shiur Tanya of this week the Alter Rebbe discusses how will the halachos be in the days of Moshiach, may it be speedily in our days. Learning it, I was reminded of the following story. Your feedback is always appreciated.

Weekly Story: Transmitting It Over

During the numerous fabrengens of Simcha Beis Hashoeiva, which were arranged, one of them was for melamim (educators). I am posting one of the inspiring thoughts that was mentioned there by Rabbi Mendel Gordon of London. While it was for melamdim it is applicable to everyone, as indeed each parent is the main educator in their home.

Weekly Story: An Observation

While I wasn’t planning on posting anything this week as it is chol hamoed and Simchas Beis hashoieva, however, during some farbrengens I mentioned something that I thought was known, but people were surprised that no one else mentioned it. Evidently it is not well-known. So I thought that many may find the following observation, important.

Laws and Customs: Sukkos

Rabbi Shmuel Lesches, Maggid Shiur in Yeshiva Gedola of Melbourne, Australia, has compiled a guide to the laws of Sukkos (up to – but not including – Hoshanah Rabbah), including the laws of building a Sukkah and selecting the Daled Minim, for the benefit of the wider Lubavitch community.

Laws and Customs: Yom Kippur

Rabbi Shmuel Lesches, Magid Shiur in the Yeshiva Gedola of Melbourne, Australia, has compiled a guide to the laws and customs of Kapparos, Erev Yom Kippur and Yom Kippur for the benefit of the wider Lubavitch community.