Thank you for your interest in the Cantors Assembly Placement Service. We recognize the difficulty and importance of your search and are eager to help in each stage of your placement process. We are pleased to offer this service at no cost to you.
We highly encourage you to read our introduction to the placement process Season of Transition. This guide will answer many of your questions about our search process, and how we strive to match you with the most qualified Hazzanim.
Placement Application Instructions
For those searching for Full-Time/Part-Time Applicants:
Commencing November 1 annually
To begin the application process, please click here for our new online Congregational Questionnaire and Job Description. You may save your work and return to the survey at any time by clicking the "Save and Continue" button at the bottom of each screen of the survey. This fully mobile-responsive form can be completed on any computer, tablet or smartphone.
If you're not able to complete our online form or just need to print out a worksheet to gather your thoughts, please click here to download our Worksheet for Full/Part-Time Placement in Microsoft Word format. Feel free to print the worksheet and use it as a guide for discussion in search committee meetings. Please finalize your answers by completing our online application, if possible. If not, you may also send the completed worksheet to our Placement Assistant, Crystle Martin at email@example.com.
For High Holy Day Applicants:
Commencing February 1 annually
Please Use our High Holy Day Position Description Form.
If at any time you need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our placement team:
Cantors Assembly Placement Office – Placement Coordinator
Phone: 330.864.8533 x 201
Office Hours: M-Th: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm; F: 10:00am - 3:00 pm EST
Hazzan Jeremy Lipton
Cantors Assembly Director of Placement
PH: 330.864.8533 ext. 204
Hours: M-F: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm ET
We look forward to assisting you in finding your new Hazzan, the newest member of your clergy team and synagogue family.
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