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PRINCIPAL – Cheder, Melbourne Australia

Cheder Levi Yitzchok is a Chabad Lubavitch school which is focused upon producing Australia’s future Chabad leaders.

The role of Principal is the most senior leadership position at the school responsible for overseeing student wellbeing, classroom experience, curriculum, operations, compliance, staff management and wellbeing, parent liaison, financial management and facilities management.

We seek an experienced and inspirational Chabad educator with skills in school operations, staff management and motivation, and with the capacity to foster a passionate Chassidishe environment.

Please contact Mrs Devora Goldman: devora.goldman@cly.vic.ed...

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Worcester Telegram

File photo: Senator Scott Brown meets with Chabad Shluchim at the Massachusetts State House.

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