Courtesy of the Rev. H.B. Schmoe (הרוצה באילום שמו)
Don't ask why, but I ended up on the website of JTS's rabbinic school. The curriculum was laughable until I got to the part on "required skills." Your average flatbush/boro park shul rabbi can do about half of this and relies on bochurim and baalei batim for the rest.
- Weekday nusah: Shaharit, Minhah, and Ma'ariv
- Shabbat: Kiddush and havdalah
- Knots (tying of tzitzit and tefillin knots)
- Torah/haftarah reading
- Shabbat nusah: Shaharit, Minhah and Ma'ariv
- Use of luah
- Megillot trope
- High Holy Day Torah reading
- Shalosh Regalim
Even funnier is that they not only expect the Rav to need the luach, but they don't expect him/her to know how to use it and need to give him/her a test.