A Vibrant Jewish Community

Greater Cleveland is home to one of the largest Jewish populations in the U.S. With its dedication to the Jewish community, Cleveland offers many vast and diverse opportunities for everyone to become involved with and connected to people and institutions.
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Living and Working in Cleveland

Clevelanders LOVE their hometown and you will quickly learn how special this city is when exploring all that it has to offer. Experience the cultural mecca of University Circle at institutions like Severance Hall, home to the Cleveland Orchestra, Cleveland Institute of Music and Cleveland Museum of Art. Indulge at restaurants by award-winning chefs in areas such as Moreland Hills, Pinecrest, East 4th Street and Ohio City where cuisines are creative and each atmosphere is unique.
With its growing job market, Cleveland continues to transform, and compared to other major metropolitan areas, housing costs are well below the national median sale price, with residents able to choose between charming 20th century homes or sleek waterfront flats (among others).
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If you are interested in our cantorial position or know the perfect candidate, we hope to hear from you.

We are conducting our search through the Joint Cantorial Placement Commission of the Union for Reform Judaism and the American Conference of Cantors.