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Montessori Job Fair - March 2, 2019


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Program Director for Toddler Community & Children’s House, Portland, OR

February 15, 2019

Childpeace Montessori School is seeking a Program Director for our Toddler Community & Children’s House beginning summer 2019. This is a year-round, full-time, exempt position. The daily schedule is generally 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday; however, the duties of the position require occasional evening and weekend work. Childpeace offers a comprehensive benefit package and competitive salary structure.

Essential duties include, but are not limited to, responsibility for enrollment, support for staff, support for parent partnership, and participation in school management including Oregon Office of Child Care (OCC) licensing. The ideal candidate would have AMI training for 3-6 (primary) and/or 0-3 (infant-toddler) and at least five years of teaching experience. OCC requires that a criminal history check be completed before hire.

Interested applicants are invited to send a cover letter describing why you are interested in this position, a resume, and two references to humanresources@childpeace.org. No phone calls please.

Childpeace Montessori School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, physical or mental ability, or any other status protected under local, state or federal laws in the admission of otherwise qualified students or in the administration of its educational policies or programs, hiring, or employment practices.


Year-Round In-House Substitute, Portland, OR

February 15, 2019

Sunstone Montessori School is looking for someone who loves working with children and has the flexibility to support a variety of classroom and program environments.

Duties: The In-House Substitute is available on an as-needed and scheduled basis to substitute and provide support across classrooms and roles at Sunstone. The ability to work independently as well as with others are two of the many essential functions of this position.

This position reports to the Program Director as part of the Administration team and shares responsibility with all staff members for creating a culture of accountability and for taking ownership of the results we achieve as an educational institution. This is a full-time position that includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the following responsibilities:

In-House Substitute

  • Substitute for the Guide, Assistant Guide, Assistant, or Support Staff as needed, in any of the Sunstone classrooms or programs.

  • Take on the responsibilities of the position assigned for the day.

In both roles, the following are expected:

Communication

  • Communicate effectively with guides and administration as needed.

General behavior expectations

  • Support children’s independent functions whenever possible.

  • Maintain a friendly, professional, but objective distance in relationships with the children, and a professional relationship with the staff and the administration.

  • Maintain a professional, neat, and clean appearance and a professional and positive attitude with families.

  • Be punctual and present in the classroom to assist during agreed-upon work hours.

  • Maintain required professional qualifications, including:

    • Current CPR/1st Aid certification

    • Current Food Handlers certification

    • Current registration in the Criminal History Registry

    • RRCAN training

    • Intro to Health and Safety training

Days/Hours of work

  • Availability to work within the program hours of 7:30-5:30 is required, this will typically be an 8-9 hour shift. On days you are not needed in a classroom 8 hours will be considered your normal shift.

  • During classroom preparation, takedown, and in-service days, you will work your normal number of hours, subject to scheduling changes.

  • Attend all whole staff meetings, picnics and school social/fundraising events.

  • At least five, or more as needed, evenings/days of childcare for school events.

Physical Demands

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or otherwise communicate, hear and observe the children and employees and their surroundings.

  • The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit; use hands and feet; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.

  • The employee must lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

  • Specific vision requirements include the ability to see at close range.

  • Fine hand manipulation.

  • Strong, focused mental acuity is required to efficiently analyze, process, manipulate and accurately record the extensive amount of data and other information that serves as the basis for the primary duties of this position.

  • Emotional fortitude and ability to regulate emotions and maintain appropriate reactions and responses to emergencies and non-emergency situations that may arise in the workplace.

  • Patient and calm demeanor to provide a nurturing learning and working environment.

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to perform the essential functions of the position successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made for individuals with disabilities to assist them in performing the essential functions of their positions. Please contact the Program Director or the Head of School if you need an accommodation.

Please send resume and cover letter to Cathy Newman at cnewman@sunstonemontessori.org.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!


School Principal and Montessori teachers for 0-3, 3-6 & 6-12, Hong Kong

February 14, 2019

Discovery Montessori Schools has 3 reputable Montessori Schools that provide bilingual (English and Mandarin) Montessori Education for children aged 1 to 12 years old. We currently have over 600 enrolled children in our schools and we are a contributing member in our local community and maintain strong parent support and volunteerism.

DMS is a beautiful European designed Montessori International School located in Hong Kong. We are looking for unique individuals with true commitment to Montessori excellence.

We are seeking for an experienced Principal and Montessori teachers (0-3Y), (3-6Y) (6-12Y) who are able to progress children academically while embracing their unique personalities and who would like to be part of a growing Montessori program.

  • Benefits: Full Medical, Provident Fund, Bonus, Relocation, Competitive Salary.

  • Small-class size, World-class facilities with well-equipped classrooms/ materials.

  • Offer a supportive and collaborative leadership that fosters professional personal growth;

  • Students, parents, teachers, and administrators are united in a commitment to top quality Montessori education;

Come and be a part of our team and experience the rewards and excitements of working in HK.

Requirement - School Principal:

  • A Bachelor Degree Holder and Certified AMI Montessori teacher for 6-12Y or 3-6Y

  • Native English speaker and Excellent command of written in English

  • Minimum 2 years experience in School Management and 5 years in teaching

  • Maintain strong relationships with parents, students, teachers

  • Mature, Diligent and dedicated, Well-organized & Independent

  • Innovative, Detailed-Minded, Strong Analytical Skills

  • Familiar with MS Excel, MS Word & PowerPoint

Requirement - Montessori Teacher (6-12Y, 3-6Y, 0-3Y):

  • Certified AMI / MCI Montessori teacher for 6-12Y or 3-6Y or 0-3Y

  • Minimum 2 years experience in teaching

  • Native English speaker and Excellent command of written in English

  • Mature, Dedicated, Creative and Love working with Kids

  • Familiar with MS Excel, MS Word & PowerPoint

Interested parties, please send your full resume, recent picture to the Administrator at job@dms.edu.hk


Primary Guide, Santa Barbara, CA

February 14, 2019

Position Overview:

South Coast Montessori, located in Santa Barbara, California, seeks a full-time AMI-trained guide for our newest Primary classroom. This is a year round program and the classroom is scheduled to open in 2019.

About South Coast Montessori:

We are Santa Barbara’s newest non-profit private school and we are continuing a 40+ year tradition of offering an authentic AMI education in the Santa Barbara community. All of our faculty are AMI trained and dedicated to Montessori pedagogy. We currently offer classrooms for children aged 3 months to 6 years.

Our Mission:

South Coast Montessori is dedicated to the principles of AMI created by Maria Montessori to ensure authenticity of the method. Our AMI Montessori environments foster collaboration, community and peace, and provide experiences that promote curiosity, inquiry and engagement. We are dedicated to meeting the physical, emotional, social and intellectual needs of each student.

Preferred Experience, Qualifications, and Attributes:

  • AMI Diploma (or in progress)

  • Knowledge, interest and a passion for the Montessori method as it applies to children 3-6 years old

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including digital communication skills

  • Commitment to working on a team of teachers and administrators always striving to model professionalism and collaboration in service of the school’s mission and children

  • Experience with fostering and maintaining supportive and professional relationships with enthusiastic and interested parents

Salary:

This is an exempt, full-time teaching position. Start date is negotiable but September 2019 at the latest. Salary will depend on experience and be competitive with the regions other independent schools. Benefits include a stipend for health care, paid time off, child care discount, a retirement plan (403b), continuing career development and negotiated discounts with local merchants.

Contact:

Please submit a resume and brief cover letter or introduction to:

Brian Cogswell at brian@southcoastmontessori.org


Early Childhood Educator - Infants, Portland, OR

February 14, 2019

Tumbleweed Infant and Preschool House is looking for inspired, passionate, and professional infant caregivers!

Tumbleweedinfanthouse.blogspot.com

We are a small progressive school offering care to children 6 weeks to 6 years. We have created our own philosophy of working with children which calls from RIE, Reggio Emilia, Waldorf, Montessori, Emergent Curriculum, Anti-Bias Curriculum, and our own experiences. We value creative thinking, emergent curriculum, attuned care giving routines, nature based approaches, emotional intelligence, social justice and creating self-advocates beginning in infancy. We play outside every day and value our connection to nature, our community and open-ended play! Every position has opportunities for research, leadership, and open-ended, self-directed professional development.

The Position:

Primary Caregiver for 4 infants. Beginning as soon as possible. Your hours would be Monday through Thursday, 8am to 5:45pm, with paid hours outside of school time for documentation, research and other projects that further your career in ECE, upon approval.

Qualifications:

  • 2 years in a certified childcare setting

  • Pre-requisites for working with children: RRCAN, INCCHS, CPR/First Aid, Food Handlers, Criminal Registry

  • Demonstrated excellence in classroom management, parent communication, and documentation as well as three STRONG references from a professional setting.

We offer:

  • Paid time for research, writing and documentation outside of class

  • Paid holidays, medical benefits, as well as sick and vacation time after 90 days

  • Various opportunities for continued education

  • A relaxed, community-minded, professional environment where we value supporting your own professional goals, as well as relationships with the children in our care, and providing support to parents.

  • Generous starting wages dependent on experience and education. Progressive advancement system based on ownership of progress, involvement in school life and commitment to goals.

Please reply to weber.briana@gmail.com with resume and cover letter. Have references available.


Childcare Teacher, Portland, OR

February 12, 2019

Bethany Village Montessori in Portland is Hiring!

We are currently looking for Part/Full-time Summer Substitute Teachers and After-School Teachers for our childcare center located at 15188 NW Central Drive

Our Teachers...

  • Are caring, compassionate and love what they do!

  • Ensure the daily care of every child by following all licensing guidelines and implementing all company standards.

  • Communicate directly with parents and prospective parents to achieve success for the child.

  • Maintain a fun and interactive classroom that is clean and organized.

  • Have countless advancement opportunities through our on-going training and expansive network of centers and brands.

  • Are rewarded with hugs from children and praise from parents every day!

We are most interested in talking to applicants that have:

  • Experience working in a licensed childcare facility

  • A High School diploma or equivalent

  • Coursework or a degree in early childhood education or child development or a CDA

  • The ability to meet state and/or accreditation requirements for education and experience

  • Flexibility as to the hours and schedule of work

  • Must be at least 18 years of age

Email resume and cover letter to hsimmons@learningcaregroup.com


Elementary Summer Program Assistant, Portland, OR

February 8, 2019

Sunstone Montessori School is looking for someone who loves working with children and has the enthusiasm and energy to support our Elementary age summer program.

Duties: Assist the Lead Teacher in running the Elementary Summer Program. The ability to work independently as well as with others are essential functions of this position. The information that follows outlines the essential functions for this position in all aspects and areas of your teaching responsibilities.

This position reports to the Operations Manager as part of the Administration team and shares responsibility with all staff members for creating a culture of accountability and for taking ownership of the results we achieve as an educational institution. This is a full-time, temporary, seasonal position that includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the following responsibilities:

  • Demonstrate a sincere respect for and enthusiastic enjoyment of Elementary aged children.

  • Be able to independently lead a group of up to 15 children in appropriate, engaging indoor and outdoor activities.

  • Foster children’s intellectual, social, and emotional growth and independence.

  • Collaborate with and support the Lead Teacher in implementing the weekly schedule of activities.

  • Help uphold an orderly, harmonious, and safe environment and culture.

  • Supervise a gracious lunch and snack procedure.

Outdoor Play

  • Ensure safe travel to and from the outdoor play environment.

  • Supervise and engage children during outdoor play, and maintain child safety.

Maintaining the Studio Environment:

  • Help maintain a clean, orderly environment, according to the schedule devised by the Lead Teacher. Duties include but are not limited to: sweeping, vacuuming, wiping down tables and chairs, tidying shelves, and keeping materials clean and in good repair.

  • Prepare and stock materials for planned activities, as needed.

Record-Keeping

  • Record daily attendance and children’s arrival and departure times.

  • Maintain records of child accidents or injuries, and submit reports to Operations Manager daily.

Communication

  • Communicate directly with administration, Lead Teacher, and parents as needed. Utilize compassionate, solution-oriented communication.

  • Redirect parental communications to the Lead Teacher whenever possible.

General behavior expectations

  • Support children’s independent functioning whenever possible.

  • Model Grace & Courtesy in your communications and movements.

  • Help uphold a strong culture of respectful interaction.

  • Maintain a friendly, professional, but objective distance in relationships with the children, and a professional relationship with the staff and the administration.

  • Maintain a professional, neat, and clean appearance and a professional and positive attitude with families.

  • Be punctual and present in the Studio during agreed-upon work hours, as indicated on Status Form.

  • Maintain required professional qualifications, including:

    • Current CPR/1st Aid certification

    • Current Food Handlers certification

    • Current registration in the Criminal History Registry

    • Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect training

    • Intro to Health and Safety training

Days/Hours of work

  • Program hours are 7:30am to 5:30pm all days that the Summer Program is in session, as specified in the School Calendar. The Elementary Summer Program Assistant is at work 8.5 hours with a 30-minute unpaid lunch break according to the Summer Program staffing schedule. In the event that other Summer Program staff are absent, the Assistant may be required to work longer hours. See provided schedule.

  • During Studio set-up and takedown, you will work your normal number of hours, subject to scheduling changes, as determined by the Operations Manager.

Physical Demands

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or otherwise communicate, hear and observe the children and employees and their surroundings.

  • The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit; use hands and feet; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.

  • The employee must lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

  • Specific vision requirements include the ability to see at close range.

  • Fine hand manipulation.

  • Strong, focused mental acuity.

  • Emotional fortitude and ability to regulate emotions and maintain appropriate reactions and responses to emergencies and non-emergency situations that may arise in the workplace.

  • Patient and calm demeanor to provide a nurturing learning and working environment.

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to perform the essential functions of the position successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made for individuals with disabilities to assist them in performing the essential functions of their positions. Please contact the Program Director or the Head of School if you need an accommodation.

Please send resume and cover letter to Cathy Newman at cnewman@sunstonemontessori.org.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!


Elementary Summer Program Lead Teacher, Portland, OR

February 8, 2019

Sunstone Montessori School is looking for someone who loves working with children and has the enthusiasm and leadership to lead our Elementary age summer program.

Duties: Oversee and lead the Elementary Summer Program. The ability to work independently as well as with others are essential functions of this position. The information that follows outlines the essential functions for this position in all aspects and areas of your teaching responsibilities.

This position reports to the Operations Manager as part of the Administration team and shares responsibility with all staff members for creating a culture of accountability and for taking ownership of the results we achieve as an educational institution. This is a full-time, temporary, seasonal position that includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the following responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with the Operations Manager to plan weekly schedule of activities.

  • Demonstrate a sincere respect for and enthusiastic enjoyment of Elementary aged children.

  • Foster children’s intellectual, social, and emotional growth and independence.

  • Oversee, direct, and lead appropriate, engaging indoor and outdoor activities for both large and small groups.

  • Supervise, direct, and collaborate with the Summer Program Assistants in program implementation.

  • Create and maintain an orderly, harmonious, and safe environment and culture.

  • Create, maintain, and supervise a gracious lunch and snack procedure.

  • Assess the needs of the group on an ongoing basis and adjust plans as required.

Outdoor Play

  • Ensure safe travel to and from the outdoor play environment.

  • Supervise and engage children during outdoor play, and maintain child safety.

Maintaining the Studio Environment:

  • Oversee the maintenance of a clean, orderly environment. Devise schedule and delegate as needed to ensure that the room is swept and vacuumed, tables and chairs are wiped down, shelves are tidied, and materials are kept clean and in good repair.

  • Communicate observed material and environment needs to the administration.

  • Prepare and stock materials for planned activities.

Record-Keeping

  • Record daily attendance and children’s arrival and departure times.

  • Track daily and weekly activities and submit weekly notes every Friday.

  • Maintain records of child accidents or injuries, and submit reports to Operations Manager daily.

Communication

  • Communicate directly and proactively with administration, Assistants, and parents as needed. Utilize compassionate, solution-oriented communication.

  • Send weekly informational email to parents.

General behavior expectations

  • Support children’s independent functioning whenever possible.

  • Model Grace & Courtesy in your communications and movements.

  • Facilitate a strong culture of respectful interaction.

  • Maintain a friendly, professional, but objective distance in relationships with the children, and a professional relationship with the staff and the administration.

  • Maintain a professional, neat, and clean appearance and a professional and positive attitude with families.

  • Be punctual and present in the Studio during agreed-upon work hours, as indicated on Status Form.

  • Maintain required professional qualifications, including:

    • Current CPR/1st Aid certification

    • Current Food Handlers certification

    • Current registration in the Criminal History Registry

    • Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect training

    • Intro to Health and Safety training

Days/Hours of work

  • Program hours are 7:30am to 5:30pm all days that the Summer Program is in session, as specified in the School Calendar. The Elementary Summer Program Lead Teacher is at work 8.5 hours with a 30-minute unpaid lunch break according to the Summer Program staffing schedule. In the event that other Summer Program staff are absent, the Lead Teacher may be required to work longer hours. See provided schedule.

  • During Studio set-up and takedown, you will work your normal number of hours, subject to scheduling changes, as determined by the Operations Manager.

Physical Demands

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or otherwise communicate, hear and observe the children and employees and their surroundings.

  • The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit; use hands and feet; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.

  • The employee must lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

  • Specific vision requirements include the ability to see at close range.

  • Fine hand manipulation.

  • Strong, focused mental acuity.

  • Emotional fortitude and ability to regulate emotions and maintain appropriate reactions and responses to emergencies and non-emergency situations that may arise in the workplace.

  • Patient and calm demeanor to provide a nurturing learning and working environment.

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to perform the essential functions of the position successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made for individuals with disabilities to assist them in performing the essential functions of their positions. Please contact the Program Director or the Head of School if you need an accommodation.

Please send resume and cover letter to Cathy Newman at cnewman@sunstonemontessori.org.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!


AMI Primary Guide, LOVELAND, CO

February 7, 2019

Hiatt Farms Montessori is a new family-run school located on a charming homesteaded farm between Fort Collins and Loveland, Colorado. We seek a motivated, enthusiastic English-Speaking AMI Primary guide for our inaugural class. Our program is bilingual, so there is a native Spanish-speaking assistant in each of our two classrooms. We hope to find a candidate who is excited about working at a brand-new, bilingual Montessori farm school!

Purpose, Major Roles & Responsibilities

To be the English-speaking guide in a bilingual classroom, responsible for facilitating a Montessori primary program that supports the needs of all children in accordance with Hiatt Farms Montessori School’s mission and vision.

Other responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Helping to prepare the classroom environment

  • Helping to maintain an orderly classroom environment including morning preparation and afternoon clean-up

  • Planning and recording lessons for each child in the environment

  • Establishing a positive relationship with parents by ensuring regular and positive communication

  • Maintain ongoing dialogue with other teachers and staff members to ensure proper classroom planning and management

  • Attend all faculty meetings

  • Prepare for and attend all parent teacher conferences

  • Develop and participate in school functions such as parent education nights, and other social gatherings

  • Comply with all continuing education and state licensing requirements

  • Participate in ongoing self-assessment and refinement of practice in the classroom as well as collaborative professional growth

  • Responsible for the safety of each child in her/his care until dismissed to a responsible adult

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Other Requirements

The teacher will meet the following requirements:

  • Be an AMI certified Montessori guide at the primary level

  • Be familiar with all materials and presentations given to children ages 3-6 according to AMI training

  • Teaching license / prior teaching experience

We are looking for someone to start IMMEDIATELY but will hold the position until June for the right candidate.

Please send a cover letter and resume to office@hiattfarmsmontessori.com


Infant / Toddler and Primary Teachers, Shanghai, China

February 7, 2019

Montessori School of Shanghai, accredited by American Montessori Society and the Middle States Association, is seeking English speaking, talented, and committed Montessorians for Infant and Toddler and Early Childhood teaching positions for the 2019-2020 school year.

Montessori School of Shanghai, founded in 2005, offers authentic Montessori programs in a bilingual setting on 4 beautiful campuses. Our campuses are in West Hong Qiao, Xuhui, Minhang and Jiading districts. Each campus is designed to allow development of socially and emotionally balanced children who engage in active learning. The faculty, as well as the families, are internationally diverse yet honor the beauty and value of the Chinese culture.

Along with Montessori School of Shanghai, our holding company, Zion, includes Trinity Montessori Education Center and The Redwood Development Center.

The Trinity Montessori Education Center (TMEC), located on the Minhang campus, offers MACTE accredited Infant and Toddler and Early Childhood Montessori teacher training, professional development seminars and parent education for all campuses.

The Redwood Developmental Center (RDC) supports families and teachers by providing therapy, developmental assessments and guidance about ways to engage and support children whose development is unique.

We want to share our story with you! We hope to learn more about how your experience and interests might complement our thriving professional team.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor or Graduate Degree by a recognized university

  • Montessori credential - AMS, AMI or MACTE (teachers)

  • MACTE Montessori credential or AMS Administrator credential (leadership) Montessori teaching experience, 3-year minimum (leadership)

  • Proficient written and oral English

Benefits

  • Competitive salary commensurate with experience Housing, annual roundtrip ticket,

  • Medical/ accidental insurance

  • Holiday leave and Summer vacation

  • Professional and career development opportunities

Montessori School of Shanghi also invites Montessorians who are self-starters, good communicators and problem solvers to learn more about leadership opportunities. If you value promoting the highest quality outcomes for children, developing on-going professional growth for teachers and enjoy educating parents, one of our leadership opportunities may be the position just for you!

Contact:

Talent@montessorisos.com


AMI Trained Primary Guides ANd Associate Guides, New York, NY

February 7, 2019

The Montessori Schools are seeking AMI trained Primary Lead Guides and untrained Associate candidates for 2019-2020.

The first campus of The Montessori Schools, The Montessori at Flatiron, is located near the iconic Flatiron building and beautiful Madison Square Park. Our school reflects the vibrant and international community it serves. The Montessori in SoHo, our second campus resides in a custom-built facility on Sullivan Street complete with indoor and outdoor play areas.

All Lead Guide candidates must have:

  • AMI diploma

  • Bachelor's degree

  • genuine joyful and positive nature

  • professionalism

  • dedication

  • excellent written and verbal communication skills

Exceptional candidates have the above and:

  • Master's in Education

  • experience

  • New York State Teaching Certification Birth to Second Grade

All Associate Guides are required to have:

  • Bachelor's degree

  • interest in learning

  • interest in Montessori pedagogy

  • strong work ethic

  • genuine joyful and positive nature

  • professionalism

Exceptional Associate Guide candidates have:

  • Master's in Education

  • New York State Teacher Certification Early Childhood Education (Birth- Grade 2)

We provide a competitive salary and benefits package. Our friendly and professional work environment is supported by trained and experienced owners and administrative staff. Following AMI standards within local regulations, The Montessori Schools provide beautiful classrooms, and a classic Montessori experience.

All inquiries please contact: employment@themontessori.org


Elementary Montessori Guide, Montessori Classroom Assistants, Bookkeeper, Portland, OR

February 7, 2019

The Franciscan Montessori Earth School is seeking an Elementary Classroom Guide and Classroom Assistants at all levels for the 2019-2020 school year. Founded in 1977, The Franciscan Montessori Earth School and St. Francis Academy Middle School is home to over 300 students. If you would like to know more, visit www.fmes.org.

The "Earth School" is also seeking a part-time bookkeeper, familiar with contemporary bookkeeping software and general accounting principles.

Interested candidates should send their resumes to:

sistertheresegutting@fmes.org, Head of School.


Head of School, Bozeman, MT

February 5, 2019

Middle Creek Montessori is seeking its next Head of School. Middle Creek offers a unique educational opportunity for children ages 2-12. A nonsectarian, nonprofit organization with a program based on the Montessori philosophy, the school cultivates a lifelong love of learning through an emphasis on each child’s innate desire to learn. Children here are happy, confident, and fulfilled, and they possess a solid foundation for a well-rounded, self-directed life.

At the school, nature abounds. Step onto the grounds and you’ll immediately sense you’ve arrived someplace special. A log cabin backed by towering mountains, a bright red barn filled with clucking chickens, and groaning goats are the first to greet you. In summer, sunflowers bob above beds of vegetables the children carefully tend. In winter, children ice skate, craft snow forts, and tear down a snowy hillside on a sled. At Middle Creek, eight acres of expansive playgrounds, the meandering creek, and generous stretches of wide, open space provide endless opportunities for immersive play. That’s just part of what makes the school so special.

A more detailed job description and instructions on how to apply can be found here.


Head of School, Salida, CO

February 5, 2019

Salida Montessori Charter School, a thriving public school serving approximately 100 students (toddlers through eighth-grade) in Salida, Colorado, seeks a new Head of School. Come join a cohesive staff, high-functioning board, and inclusive school community dedicated to providing an authentic Montessori education.

SMCS is located in a beautiful rural mountain town of 6,000 people that features a close-knit community, abundant outdoor recreational opportunities, and a vibrant historic arts district.

Authorized by the Colorado Charter School Institute, SMCS has strong academic standing as a Performance school. In order to accommodate enrollment growth, the new HOS will lead in the building of a new facility.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Head of School experience

  • Knowledge of and passion for Montessori philosophy

  • Master’s Degree in education, management or related field

  • Colorado principal license or willing to complete

  • Advocate for whole child education, social-emotional learning, peace curriculum

Email cover letter, resume and three professional references by Monday, March 18 to info@salidamcs.org. Visit http://www.mysmcs.org/jobs/ for more information.


AMI Upper Elementary Guide, Middleton, WI

February 1, 2019

Madison Community Montessori School is currently accepting resumes for an AMI Upper Elementary Guide beginning in the 2019/20 school year. Interested candidates are encouraged to send their cover letter, resume and two letters of recommendation to Vicki McCarthy at headofschool@madisoncommunitymontessori.org.

General Information About MCMS:

Come and join our warm & welcoming community in our state-of-the-art school building, built specifically for our Montessori needs, located on a 2.5 acre, beautiful, pastoral property. Our non-profit school serves nearly 200 students, from 15 months to 14 years of age, in nine classrooms (1 Toddler, 3 Children’s House, 2 Lower Elementary, 2 Upper Elementary, and 1 Adolescent) guided by our committed, long-term, AMI-trained faculty, who are supported by both an AMI-trained Head of School and an AMI-trained Director of Education.

For nearly 50 years, MCMS has warmly welcomed children from the greater Madison area. We are a vibrant and inclusive school community, located near the state capitol and the University of Wisconsin. The Madison/Middleton area is consistently ranked as a top community in which to live, work, play and raise a family. There are lakes every way you turn, beautifully changing seasons, and a bright and energetic population.

Our Mission at MCMS: Respecting children and their natural joy of discovery.

MCMS is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its admission policy or in employment on the basis of family structure, age, race, ethnicity, color, sex, creed, disability, political persuasion, national origin or ancestry, sexual orientation, military service, or organizational membership, or any other status protected by law.


AMI Elementary Lead Guide, Southlake, TX

January 31, 2019

Southlake Montessori follows the Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) standards. We have a long-standing reputation for providing a premier, not-for-profit program that fosters the unique academic, social and personal development of each student and motivates them for a lifetime of learning and success. Southlake Montessori is located at 251 Countryside Ct. in Southlake, Texas just 10 minutes from the Dallas/Fort Worth International airport.

Our Lead Guides:

  • Hold an AMI Elementary diploma

  • Are caring, compassionate and love what they do!

  • Ensure the daily care of every child by following all AMI standards

  • Communicate directly with families in support of the child

  • Maintain a well-organized and inviting prepared environment

We are most interested in talking to applicants that have:

  • AMI Elementary Montessori Certification (We are also open to talking with individuals who are in the process of completing their AMI Elementary Training.)

  • Experience working with children ages 6-12 years old

  • Must be at least 21 years of age

Salary:

  • Commensurate with experience

  • Benefits include paid AMI membership dues, paid annual Refresher Course fee, retirement benefit match and working in a warm and open community dedicated to AMI standards and principles.

The collective work of our Southlake Montessori community is, always, centered around what is optimal for each child, the universal child in which Dr. Montessori speaks. Our Lead Guides are supported in offering Montessori wholeheartedly and authentically. We are a dedicated team and warmly welcoming of newcomers. If Southlake Montessori sounds like the new home you are searching for, we would love to begin a conversation!

Qualified applicants, please send a resume and three references to:

Jennifer McLaughlin, Head of School

Southlake Montessori

401 N. Carroll Avenue, Suite #187

Southlake, TX 76092

(817) 557-7520

jmclaughlin@southlakemontessori.org

www.southlakemontessori.org


Native English AMI trained Montessori Teacher, ViennA, Austria

January 31, 2019

The Montessori International School has an open position for an ambitious native English speaker as a second teacher in our bilingual Montessori Primary class (6-9 year olds); You would be working in a creative and openhearted but precise team of two trained Montessori teachers in a 4000 m2 area on the outskirts of Vienna, near the Wienerwald. Montessori Environment is completely prepared. You will find an international and very openminded and positive parents' community, a highly motivated team and of course wonderful Montessori children, most of whom started Montessori at the age of 1 to 2 years!

Work hours: Monday to Thursday 08:00 to 15:00; (Fridays off!)

Requirements:

  • European Work Permission

  • AMI certificate or currently in AMI training!

  • English mother tongue

If you want to apply, we expect:

  • Work experience with children

  • Ability to work independently and in a team

  • Ambition to fulfil a very high quality of work

  • Excellent preparation, planning and documentation

  • Good communication skills to work with the parents

  • Motivation to practice the Montessori approach in a holistic way

  • Ability to lead and organise a group of children

  • Motivation to engage in the Sonnberg Team and continually adapt and improve structures and Prepared Environment

  • Good condition of health

We are looking forward to your motivational letter and your Curriculum Vitae/resume: montessori@am-sonnberg.com.


PRESCHOOL LEAD TEACHER & TEACHER’S ASSISTANT, HILLSBORO, OR

January 29, 2019

Tippytoes Montessori, a new Montessori School that will commence its operations in mid-March located in Orenco, Hillsboro, OR is seeking a motivated and dedicated AMI/AMS certified Lead Teacher for the preschool classroom and a Teacher’s Assistant.

Our classrooms reflect authentic Montessori materials and would adhere to the full range of Montessori practices. We have a warm relationship with our parents and are looking for teachers and assistants who could continue in maintaining and further developing those relationships.

QUALIFICATIONS – PRESCHOOL LEAD TEACHER, 3 to 6 years old

  • AMI, AMS, or MACTE certification

  • Classroom experience in a Montessori School setting

  • References required regarding prior teaching experience

  • Bachelor’s degree pertaining to children’s education is a plus

  • Maintain required training, background check, fingerprint clearance, etc.

SKILLS

  • Strong interpersonal, communication, teamwork, and customer service skills .

  • Responsible for developing and conducting an authentic Montessori program for a group of students ages ranging from 3-6 years old.

  • Advance preparation of educational materials to appropriately develop the child in a Montessori atmosphere that focuses on creativity, treating every individual with respect and care, solving problems independently, etc.

  • Spark children’s imagination, build self-esteem and help them discover new things each day.

  • Guide children in self-motivated learning, helping stimulate their natural desire to learn.

  • Close communication with parents to educate them about the Montessori philosophy and provide insight into their child's individual progress.

  • Responsible for keeping records of each student and reporting progress of students to the Administrator, parents on a regular basis.

  • Attend staff and parent meetings and ensure Montessori concepts are correctly followed in all aspects of classroom operations.

  • Be a strong advocate of Montessori education and its benefits to the children and communicate that message to prospective parents.

  • Be caring, compassionate and love the work you do.

  • Flexibility as to the hours and schedule regarding work

BENEFITS

  • Salary - based on education and experience.

  • Two weeks paid vacation in winter 2019. Once one year of completion, 1 week of paid vacation in spring will be added.

JOB TYPE

  • Full time.

QUALIFICATIONS – TEACHER’S ASSISTANT

  • Montessori experience is a plus but not essential.

  • At least 1 year work experience in a toddler/preschool classroom.

  • Maintain required training, background check, fingerprint clearance, etc.

Work cohesively with the lead teacher. Organizing materials to facilitating the learning process for each child. Should support the Montessori teaching method. On directions from Lead teacher should help guide the child through self-directed activities allowing the child to develop at his or her own pace. Help create a nurturing and stimulating non-competitive environment.

PAY

  • Hourly pay based on education and experience.

Please send resume and cover letter to contact@rubypreschool.com


Primary Classroom Assistant, Portland, OR

January 29, 2019

Whole Child Montessori Center of Portland, Oregon seeks an assistant to the guide in one of our two primary classrooms beginning in August of 2019. Whole Child has been serving Portland families for over 35 years, and we are dedicated to a continued tradition of authentic AMI Montessori practice in an inclusive, supportive, and loving community. In our tenure, most assistants have stayed with us 10+ years–we value the assistant position and support our assistants well. We are looking for someone interested in working as an assistant long term.

Whole Child is a small school made up of only two primary classrooms for children aged 3-6. The school, guided by the Head of School, Assistant Head, and supported by a Board of Trustees, has maintained its small size throughout its three-plus decades in the interest of fostering a safe, intimate feel and building a close-knit community. Our passion has been to develop a fully integrated, diverse and beautiful Children’s Garden with free-flow all morning long between the indoor and outdoor environments.

At Whole Child, we believe that the more each classroom community represents a microcosm of society in its diversity, the more the whole community will benefit; in the same spirit, we seek diverse perspectives and experiences in our staff community.

We believe that a diverse staff of qualified, dedicated individuals is necessary to best achieve the vision and mission of our school. We welcome and encourage applications from qualified candidates who can contribute to the diversity of our small community across a range of dimensions.

Hours: 8:00am-1:30pm, Monday-Friday. We typically follow PPS calendar.

Pay: $14–$17.50/hour TBD by experience and Montessori background

To learn more about Whole Child, find us at: www.wholechildmontessori.org

Email interest to: headofschool@wholechildmontessori.org


Head Teachers, Junior Teachers, and Heads of School, Southern California

January 29, 2019

The largest network of private schools in the United States is seeking talented Montessorians to fill positions in our 11 authentic Southern California Montessori schools.

Our Infant to 8th-grade traditional and language immersion programs (Mandarin & Spanish) are supported by an experienced AMI team. We offer competitive salaries, a vibrant community of educators unified by a shared mission, frequent in-house professional development opportunities, and a full benefits package that includes health/dental/vision insurance, 401(k) retirement plan (with matching), and a generous childcare remission for children & grandchildren. In addition, we offer visa sponsorship options for international AMI-trained applicants as well as opportunities for full sponsorship to AMI training for aspiring Montessorians.

For more information, please visit our website at www.leportschools.com/careers or contact us at talent@leportschools.com.

Current openings for the following positions are in ORANGE COUNTY & SAN DIEGO COUNTY.

  • Head of School

  • Mandarin-Immersion Toddler & Primary Lead Guides

  • Junior Teachers for all levels

All Montessorians are encouraged to submit an application to be informed of new roles.


Montessori Certified Teacher, Eugene, OR

January 28, 2019

Eugene Montessori School is seeking a trained Montessori teacher for the 2019-20 school year.

Established in 1962, Eugene Montessori School is located in the beautiful Mid-Willamette Valley. The school has a long standing history and is well loved in the community. The classrooms are well-equipped, there is also a supportive Board, and dedicated parents. Eugene Montessori School serves children 2 1/2 thru kindergarten.

The successful candidate will have AMI or AMI certification and preferably a Bachelor's Degree.

Full-time position with a competitive salary and benefits.

Please email cover letter and resume to info@eugenemontessorischool.com.


Elementary Guide, Bainbridge Island, WA

January 28, 2019

Montessori Country School on Bainbridge Island, Washington, is an independent school serving children from birth to 12 years. Located in Puget Sound, we are 8 miles west of downtown Seattle. The island is accessible by ferryboat and a bridge to the Olympic Peninsula. Bainbridge Island hosts a rich arts community and easy access to outdoor experiences.

Montessori Country School is celebrating its 45th year. We have a Parent and Child program, one toddler class, three primary classes, a lower elementary, and an upper elementary. Our 4-acre campus includes recently completed new classrooms and a natural playground. We are an inclusive and supportive community of life-long learners and dedicated Montessorians.

We are seeking a Lower Elementary Guide beginning August 2019. Ideal candidates for this position would be organized, flexible, confident, independent, and collaborative. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree and AMS or AMI certification. State teacher certification is preferred.

For more information about our school and to get a glimpse of our campus, please visit our website www.montessoricountryschool.org.

Please send resume and cover letter to:

Meghan Skotheim

Meghan@montessoricountryschool.org


Lead Toddler Position, Phoenix, AZ

January 28, 2019

Khalsa Montessori School is a well-established, community oriented, quality Montessori school that has been serving a diverse community of children 18 months – 12 yrs. old and their families in Phoenix for over 48 years. Located in a vital and thriving arts and historic district, our families are committed and involved.

We are seeking a Toddler level AMS or AMI certified (Toddler or Primary Montessori certification) and experienced head teacher to join our expanding toddler program. The teacher must hold a Bachelor’s degree and be eligible to teach in the United States.

If you possess a sincere commitment to building and directing a quality Montessori environment, offering support and guidance to parents, and collaborating with experienced colleagues, please consider joining our school community. The right candidate should possess maturity, dedication, high integrity, good judgment, ability to self-reflect as a teacher while also being open to feedback, and the courage to grow as an educational leader. We seek a clear understanding of Montessori ideals, deep knowledge of the development of children, and classroom management and communication skills that nurture self-discipline, order, and confidence in young students. We can offer you a rewarding teaching experience.

Please email resume to kms@khalsamontessori.org or fax to 602-252-5224, and call 602-252-3759.


Upper Elementary Guide, Vancouver, WA

January 28, 2019

Cascadia School seeks an enthusiastic candidate for our growing upper elementary classroom for the 2019-2020 school year. Preferred candidates will have a bachelor’s degree and three years of experience working in a Montessori school. Applicants should have strong organizational skills and be able to collaborate with others, communicate effectively, and build positive relationships with students, families and co-workers. Cascadia offers a competitive salary, professional development and benefits. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to: Danielle Benge at danielle.benge@cascadiaschool.org

Cascadia is located in southeast Vancouver, Washington on 2.0 acres and is easily accessible from Portland, OR. We are in our 24th year serving children 1st through 8th grades. Our students come from local Children’s Houses as well as other private and public schools. www.cascadiaschool.org


Primary Assistant Wanted for Immediate Start, West Linn, OR

January 28, 2019

SunGarden Montessori Children’s House in West Linn is hiring a Primary Assistant for immediate hire. Due to a family emergency, our current assistant is stepping down from her position. Assistant will join a strong classroom community guided by an AMI-certified Guide, and a group of 22 children. Benefits include an annual $150 professional development fund, paid days off, and a monthly health stipend. Hours are Monday through Friday from 7:30-3:45. The position pays between $15 - $17 per hour based on experience.

Position Requirements:

  • At least one year previous classroom experience required

  • Montessori, Waldorf or other child-led education experience and training preferred

  • Enrollment in the Oregon Central Background Registry

  • Current CPR/1st Aid, RRCAN, and Food Handlers

SunGarden Montessori Children's House is an AMI associated program that provides a peaceful learning environment for children ages 15 mos – 6. SunGarden has one toddler classroom and two Primary classrooms, a fully integrated indoor/outdoor learning environment for the children, and a staff deeply committed to joyfully supporting the growth and individuality of every child. Come join a community where staff are respected and empowered in their work, and encouraged to collaborate in the continued development of a very special school.

Please submit letters of interest and resume to Administrator, Yvette Cushman-Baton at yvette@sungardenmontessori.org. For more information about our school, please visit our website at www.sungardenmontessori.org.


AMI Elementary Guide, Charleston, SC

January 28, 2019

Charles Towne Montessori in Historic Charleston, SC is seeking a guide for a well established elementary classroom. CTM currently serves 125 students ages 15m through 12 years old, and will be adding an adolescent program in the fall of 2020. Founded in 1972 and located just several miles from downtown Charleston, CTM is situated on a wooded 3 acre campus.

Our ideal candidate will have an AMI elementary certificate (required) and 3 years of lead or assistant teaching in an AMI elementary classroom.

For more information about the school, please visit http://www.charlestownemontessori.org.

Send resume and cover letter to mssusan@ctmlife.com.


Head of School, PORTLAND, OR

January 24, 2019

Childpeace Montessori School in Portland, Oregon serves 350 children ages 15 months to 15 years. We have an exceptional and experienced teaching staff, a strong Board of Trustees, financial health, a diverse and supportive parent body, and a long lineage of successful alumni.

We are looking for a new Head of School to lead and develop our school. The successful candidate is an experienced Montessori professional (10+ years), a proven leader, adept at running a nonprofit organization, and has a passion for Montessori education.

The HoS has full responsibility for the implementation of our mission as a quality Montessori educational institution, strategic initiatives, and all day-to-day operations. The right candidate will have experience as a solid decision maker with excellent judgement, an interest in growing and evolving as a leader, and someone who embodies leadership via Montessori principles.

The position offers a competitive salary, full benefits, and relocation expenses.

For more information and a full job description, please visit our website: https://childpeace.org/hos_search.html or submit your resume to hos-search@childpeace.org. All submissions are confidential.


Upper Elementary Head Teacher, Bend, OR

January 22, 2019

Desert Sky Montessori Charter School in Bend seeks a Montessori-trained Upper Elementary Head Teacher for the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year.

Desert Sky Montessori (DSM) invites you to be a part of an exciting Montessori charter school in its third year offering a fully-implemented, tuition-free Montessori program. DSM is located in the beautiful Central Oregon community of Bend, just minutes from mountains, rivers, climbing cliffs, and a myriad of other recreational opportunities. Desert Sky opened its doors in 2017 to 105 students in grades K through 3 and their families. This coming school year we will open our second Upper Elementary class for 4th and 5th graders.

Desert Sky Montessori is dedicated to providing a nurturing and inspiring environment for students and adults alike. The sponsoring Bend-La Pine School District and the Bend community are very supportive of the school. DSM received an amazing Implementation Grant of $450,000 from the Oregon Department of Education for our start-up years, and the classrooms are complete with beautiful Montessori materials and furnishings.

The successful candidate will have a Montessori teaching certification, preferably from AMI or AMS, and teaching experience is preferred. Oregon State Licensure, or the ability to obtain this credential or the Oregon Charter School Registry, is required. Salary is commensurate with credentials and experience and competitive with independent schools in the area. The compensation package includes professional development opportunities, medical insurance, paid days off, and the Oregon PERS retirement fund.

Interested candidates email a cover letter and resume to:

Jodie Borgia

Head of School

Email: jodie.borgia@dsmontessori.org

Website: www.dsmontessori.org


Two Primary Guides and One Toddler Guide, Sugar Land, TX

January 19, 2019

Job Description and Proposed Contract

Villa Di Maria Montessori was established in August of 2017. Mrs. Sabira Najeeb, director and founder of the school wanted to pursue her vision and dream to provide a nurturing and high-quality AMI Montessori learning environment to instill the love for learning in children.

The school has grown rapidly and now we are ready to open our second Primary class room. We follow strict AMI standards and our vision is to provide a deeply inspiring program that will provide excellent education and opportunity for children.

The director of the school is the lead teacher of the existing primary classroom. we are seeking a dedicated AMI Certified teacher to lead the 2nd Primary classroom.

Requirements and Qualification:

  • AMS or AMI Certified

  • Passionate about teaching young children

  • Able to connect and provide a nurturing learning environment for children

  • Flexibility with hours and type of work (school related)

  • Experience in teaching at a Montessori program preferred (AMI/AMS)

  • Excellent communication and Interpersonal skills

  • Able to inspire children to help them reach their highest potential

  • Criminal Back Ground Check cleared

  • Social Security

  • Driver’s License

Responsibilities

  • Monitor and encourage each child’s developmental milestones and maintain ongoing records

  • Able to contribute to and grow the learning environment for children while working closely with the director and other staff at the school.

  • Work collaboratively with parents and children alike

  • Serve as supervisor and leader for all assistant teachers in the class room

  • Participate in staff Meetings and Teacher training activities

Benefits

  • Salary dependent on education and experience, Staff children special discount, Paid Holiday schedule

Job Type

  • Full Time- 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday

Contact Information


Assistants to Infancy Guide, Aptos, CA

January 19, 2019

Santa Cruz Montessori School is currently accepting applications from Assistance to Infancy trained guides for an opening to begin summer/September 2019. Founded in 1964, SCM has 250 students, ages 18 months to 15 years. As a Montessori learning community, we inspire life-long learning and a peaceful world by nurturing the natural development of the whole child. With two toddler classes, four primary, three lower elementary, two upper elementary, and an adolescent program, we are nestled between redwood-forested mountains and the Monterey Bay.

Our future guide should have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, experience with young children, AMI training, and a Bachelor’s Degree.

We have an excellent salary and benefit package.

Please send resume to: Kim Saxton, SCM, 6230 Soquel Drive, Aptos, CA 95002; fax (831) 476-2703, or kimsaxton@scms.org. To learn more about the school visit our website: scms.org.


Lower Elementary Teacher, Flagstaff, AZ

January 12, 2019

The Haven Montessori School seeks a Lower Elementary guide to begin in the 2019-20 school year. Located in the beautiful mountains of Flagstaff, Arizona, Haven Montessori is a private preschool for children aged 4 months through 5 years, and an Arizona Public Charter School for grades K-6. The mission of Haven Montessori School is to provide a rich and nurturing educational experience for our students that will inspire peaceful relations and a lifetime love of learning.

POSITION: Lower Elementary (1st-3rd Grade) Lead Teacher (10 month position to begin in August 2019).

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited 4-year University

  • Completion of an accredited 6-12 Montessori training program

  • US citizenship or permanent residency status

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s or higher degree in education, special education, Montessori education, and/or other education-related field.

  • Completion of AMI or AMS 6-12 Training

  • 2+ years of teaching experience

DUTIES INCLUDE:

  • Prepares, and maintains a beautiful environment, on a daily basis that meets the needs of all students;

  • Initiates and facilitates ongoing dialogue with parents on the overall development of each child;

  • Demonstrates competency to deliver an educational program based on the individual;

  • Demonstrates competency to provide effective, innovative instruction with a balance of Montessori materials integrated with the Arizona State Standards;

  • Oversees the learning of all children in the classroom while partnering with the assistant in supporting the needs of all students;

  • Demonstrates basic computer literacy/competency;

  • Conducts the class: plans, develops, records and implements class curriculum; makes materials when needed, maintains classroom materials and keeps shelves clean and orderly;

  • Keeps accurate daily, weekly, and monthly lesson plans which describe lessons given, curriculum covered and observation notes for each child and turns them in as directed;

  • Continues to get to know each child’s learning style(s) and interests to increase all eight constructs (emotional, social, ethical, aesthetic, creative, wellness, intellectual and “school success”);

  • The Haven Montessori School offers a supportive and positive work environment, with many opportunities for individual growth.

  • A flexible benefit allocation included in gross pay

  • 8 days paid time off, 3 professional development days, in addition to many school breaks and holidays

  • Discounted tuition for preschool students

  • Salary range $35,000-45,000 depending on education and experience, according to the Haven Montessori salary schedule.

To apply for this exciting opportunity, please send your cover letter and resume to info@havenmontessori.org. Please no phone calls.

To learn more about the Haven Montessori School please visit www.havenmontessori.org.

The Haven Montessori Children’s House and Charter School and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Classroom Assistants & Part-time Bookkeeper, Portland, OR

January 12, 2019

The Franciscan Montessori Earth School is seeking Classroom Assistants at all levels for the 2019-2020 school year. Founded in 1977, The Franciscan Montessori Earth School and St. Francis Academy Middle School is home to over 300 students.

The "Earth School" is also seeking a part-time bookkeeper, familiar with contemporary bookkeeping software and general accounting principles.

Interested candidates should send their resumes to:

sistertheresegutting@fmes.org, Head of School.


Montessori Certified Teacher, West Linn, OR

January 12, 2019

Cascade Summit Montessori in West Linn is Hiring!

We are currently seeking a Full-time Certified Montessori Teacher for our school located at 3100 Parker Road

As Montessori Teacher, you will truly experience firsthand the growth and development of your student’s knowledge and skill level. Your integral role in this process is one that sets the basis for their future successes. We understand the importance of a caring, attentive, and qualified Montessori educator who will teach and guide in a nurturing environment.

~Ask about our $250 Sign On Bonus!!~

Our Montessori Certified Teachers...

  • Are caring, compassionate and love what they do!

  • Are accountable for the delivery of an authentic Montessori program.

  • Supervise the classroom, helping the children to think creatively, to solve problems independently and respect themselves and others.

  • Spark imagination, build self-esteem and help children discover new things each day.

  • Guide children in self-motivated learning, helping stimulate their natural desire to learn.

  • Are responsible for reporting challenges, successes and competencies of each student to the Director or to parents on a regular basis.

  • Ensure the daily care of every child by following all licensing guidelines and implementing all company standards.

  • Communicate directly with parents and prospective parents to achieve success for the child.

  • Have countless advancement opportunities through our on-going training and expansive network of centers and brands.

  • Are rewarded with hugs from children and praise from parents every day!

We are most interested in talking to applicants who have:

  • Montessori Certification

  • Experience working in a licensed childcare facility, preferably a Montessori school

  • Associate’s degree, AMS/AMI or a MACTE accredited training certificate

  • The ability to meet state and/or accreditation requirements for education and experience

  • Flexibility as to the hours and schedule of work

Click here for more details and to apply.