About Jewish Jobster

Welcome to Jewish Jobster

In the current economic situation, looking for a job can be a difficult process.  Jewish Jobster is here to help people in their job search.  We maintain an active and ongoing list of employment opportunities in the Jewish community.

All of the services for job seekers are provided at no cost.  There is a nominal fee for employers and we give 10% of this fee to tzedakkah (charity).

If you are looking for work, please look at the posts on our website: Register and contact the employers directly.

If you are an employer, register and post your job here


Debby Smith
Director of Development

For posting or special packages for your organization, email our Director of Development, Debby Smith Debby.Smith@JewishJobster.com

Debby (Cardozo) Smith is a seasoned coach and social worker.  She has successfully re-invented herself at different stages of her life and has helped others do the same. Helping others find and keep jobs is something Debby feels passionately about. “I remember in school of social work, our professor commenting on the expression “making a living,” she recalls.  “Does that mean that without a job we have no life?  Of course not! The expression captures the values of our society. So much of our identity is wrapped up in what we do.  So much of life depends on our earning our living.  And so much fulfillment can come from a job where our talents and skills are needed and valued.”

Working for www.Jewishjobster.com is a dream come true.  “I can think of nothing more worthwhile than connecting a job seeker with the right job.” says Debby. “And as someone who has spent most of my career in management, I know how thrilling it is to find the perfect candidate for a job.

”In summary,  I look forward to some great matchmaking!!”


Becky Skov,CPRW
Job Search Strategist

For questions regarding our resume, LinkedIn or coaching services, please email Becky Skov Becky.Skov@JewishJobster.com

Rebecca Skov has been employed in human resources and career counseling for over two decades and is experienced in recruitment, employment counseling and career exploration, as well as human resources management. In 2003, she launched a very successful recruitment and retention program for UC, San Diego, The Partner Opportunities Program. This program provides assistance and support in the employment search for spouses and partners of ladder rank faculty candidates and appointees. In 2003, Ms. Skov also founded and served as the Director of the Southern California Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) until 2012.

As the Director of HERC, she supported the efforts of each member institution to recruit and retain outstanding faculty, administrators, and staff through the sharing of information and resources at quarterly best practice meetings and through HERC’s collaborative employment website; www.socalherc.org.  Prior to this role, Ms. Skov worked as an Engineering and Technical recruiter at UC, San Diego and held various positions as a Human Resources Generalist and Recruiter in the high technology community. In 2007, Ms. Skov launched a successful consulting career, providing career counseling services to a diverse group of job seekers. Her services include: interviewing techniques, resume and cover letter development, Linkedin development and optimization, networking tips and 1:1 career coaching and job seeker workshops which focus on strategies for launching a successful job search. She has also taught academic courses in Professional Practices at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM).  Rebecca Skov holds a B.A. degree in Political Science from the University of Arizona. Ms. Skov also has her Human Resources Management Certification and is a Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW).


Rachel Hershberg

If you wish to publish an article in our Blog: please email the Editor Rachel Hershberg at: Editor@JewishJobster.com

Rachel Hershberg was born and raised in Palo Alto, California, and earned her BA in Religion at Columbia College at Columbia University, NYC. She made aliya to Israel in 1992, and has been teaching classic texts to Jewish women for fifteen years. She follows trends and movements in the Jewish world avidly, and lives in Beit Shemesh with her husband, Yehoshua, and their four kids.




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