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Montessori-Trained Toddler Teacher - Spanish Immersion, San Francisco, CA

September 19, 2018

ABOUT THE POSITION

Mission Montessori Preschool is seeking a Spanish-speaking, AMI-trained teacher to lead a Spanish immersion toddler classroom. If you have a passion for the Montessori philosophy, and take pride in creating and sustaining the highest-quality educational environment, this position is for you! We are looking for teachers with all levels of experience.

In this role you will be responsible for leading a Montessori toddler Spanish immersion classroom. You will be the head teacher of a beautiful Montessori classroom fully equipped with state-of-the-art materials from leading manufacturers, and a special budget to personalize your practical life and cultural areas. Typical classroom ratios are 1:6 for toddlers.

At Mission Montessori, we place a high value on partnering with families on their child’s educational journey. An important part of your role will be communicating closely with parents to give them a window into the Montessori classroom, educate them about Montessori philosophy, and provide insight into their child’s individual progress. We trust you to be the best advocate for our school, the Montessori philosophy, and each individual child.

REQUIREMENTS

  • A bachelor's degree (or equivalent)

  • Assistants to Infancy diploma from AMI

  • Experience working with toddlers, even if this experience was prior to receiving Montessori training

  • Fluency in Spanish language and experience teaching in Spanish

  • Passion for the Montessori philosophy

  • Genuine warmth and love for guiding children and their families

  • Benevolent outlook towards solving problems

ABOUT MISSION MONTESSORI

Mission Montessori Preschool opened in 2015 in the Mid-Market neighborhood of San Francisco; our elementary school opened in Fall 2017 in the Mission. Our goal is to provide high quality Montessori programs serving children from infancy through 8th grade. We offer competitive wages and benefits including vacation, paid holidays, health insurance, and professional development, beautiful working environments, and the opportunity to work with a passionate community of educators.

Applications accepted at: https://missionmontessori.wufoo.com/forms/montessori-trained-toddler-teacher-spanish/


IMMEDIATE Opening - Montessori Primary Guide, Camas, WA

September 17, 2018

Camas Montessori School was established in 1988. We are located in the beautiful suburb of Camas, Washington outside of Vancouver, Washington and across the river from bustling Portland, Oregon. The Camas community boasts a highly respectable school district where our Kindergarten graduates continue. We also have the option of sending graduates to nearby Montessori elementary schools. Our CMS administrator has over 30 years of Montessori teaching and administrating experience. We have a brand new facility with 4 primary classrooms. We are looking for an experienced Montessori guide with at least 3 years of experience. We are hoping that she or he is easy-going, loves being with the children, works well with others and relates easily to parents as well. Our new hire will be offered medical premium reimbursement, dental and vision insurance, a generous classroom spending account, and 10 paid personal leave days per year. We offer 12 month payment period, as well as summer school options.

We would be hiring as early as November 2018 should the right candidate apply. Please send resume and references to: camasmontessori@yahoo.com


Certified Toddler Montessori Teacher, Palo Alto, CA

September 11, 2018

*$50-55K/yr. starting (based upon experience) + benefits * opportunities for growth & promotions * *professional & educational development * sign-on bonus option *

Are you eager and excited to educate the minds of tomorrow? Would you like to work with a team of educators that supports you like family? Are you looking to strengthen and fine-tune your professional skills and tool-set at a unique, premier Montessori school with over +25 years of experience and proven pedagogy in the Bay Area? Does this describe some of the key qualities you are looking for in a school? At Casa dei Bambini, this is how we hope you feel, everyday, as you welcome your students into your classroom. We understand that a happy teacher makes a happy class.

Casa dei Bambini school is hoping you will join our Pre-Primary classroom (age 2-3). We are an international and multicultural Montessori school in the heart of the Silicon Valley that provides the highest quality early childhood education, in a beautiful and enriching environment. We are an NAEYC accredited school that has been promoting children’s well-being, safety, and self-esteem for more than +25 years in our community.

The ideal candidate:

  • Fast paced in synergetic environments

  • Great communication skills

  • Knows when to be autonomous and when to be a leading collaborator

  • Team player that will promote the Casa dei Bambini culture of maintaining the highest standards

CdeiB offers a competitive full-time annual salary commensurate with experience and education. That means an annual salary + benefits! Our benefits include medical, dental, visa assistance for legal status holders, and free tuition (for children that qualify). Further, we are continuously professionally developing our teachers. Our Education Fund is there to help our teachers further their education, to register for conferences, to attend talks and lectures, and more.

Qualifications for Pre-Primary Montessori Teacher:

  • AMI/AMS certification

  • Bachelor’s degree. Graduate degree preferred

  • Experience with Pre-primary level (Toddlers, 2-3 yrs.)

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, with willingness to engage with parent community

  • Familiarity with MS Office and email, cloud, and internet literate

  • Passion for Montessori education and desire to grow and develop professionally

  • Ability and desire to handle the demands of a premier school in the highly invigorating environment of Silicon Valley

  • Immaculate attention to detail, etiquette, and hygiene

To apply, submit a cover letter and your resume/CV to: marcos.e.balzaretti@gmail.com. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Marcos Balzaretti.

For more information about Casa dei Bambini school visit www.cdeib.com


Upper Elementary teacher, Colleyville, TX

September 11, 2018

Waypoint Montessori is seeking an Upper Elementary guide starting in August 2019. Sponsorship and $3,000.00 relocation stipend available!!

Located on 10 wooded acres, with lawns and gardens, Waypoint educates children from toddler through elementary with multiple classes at all levels. Founded almost 50 years ago, our community has a caring, dedicated and creative veteran staff that enjoys working together. All lead guides and HOS have AMI diplomas. The campus is situated between Dallas and fort Worth with lots of museums, parks trails and near an international airport.

Candidates will either have an AMI Elementary diploma or working on one. We offer a competitive salary, medical/dental/vision insurance available, professional development, retirement program and tuition benefits.

Contact our Head of School at char@waypointmontessori.org


Certified Primary Montessori Lead Teacher, San Francisco, CA

September 11, 2018

Established in the year 2000, Glen Park Montessori is a vibrant, light-filled space housing two classrooms on two floors in the heart of the beautiful Glen Park (home of the revitalized Glen Park Canyon) neighborhood in San Francisco. We have a lovely outside space spanning two city lots where our 100 year-old Redwood tree resides. We are a nature-based school, bringing as much of the natural world as possible into our program to instill a deep love of and respect for our sustainable planet.

Our staff is open, friendly, dedicated, and fun. We value clear communication, collaborative inspiration, and devotion to the principles and philosophy set forth by Maria Montessori. Our classrooms reflect our authentic Montessori practices and adherence to the full spectrum of Montessori materials. We have a warm relationship with our parent group that is highly supportive of our teachers and the school.

We are searching for a Primary teacher in one of our two classrooms, who will be responsible for 18 children ages 2.9 to 5 with assistance from a co-teacher or intern. This space has inside/outside access with a deck overlooking our garden.

The Glen Park Montessori (GPM) Preschool Lead Montessori Teacher functions as a role model, demonstrator, and observer of each child's behavior and growth. S/he delivers a Montessori classroom/instructional program that supports the individual needs of up to 18 children, ages 2 years 9 months to Kindergarten, and fosters a love of learning, independence and the pursuit of interests. The Lead Montessori Teacher works with and supports an intern teacher or assistant teacher and collaborates with all of GPM's staff to ensure an exemplary experience for the children, families and guests of the school. This position reports to the Head of School.

Primary responsibilities include planning and implementing the Montessori curriculum in a manner that meets the needs of both individual students and the group; developing and implementing curriculum activities that support the extended curriculum calendar; creating a classroom environment of calm order and joy; assist in the planning and maintenance of the outdoor play yard, garden and ball yard; direct the activities of the classroom assistant or intern and support her/his professional development.

Qualification requirements:

  • Montessori (AMI, AMS, or MACTE) primary certification;

  • A.A. in Early Childhood Education (ECE), B.A. in ECE or a related field preferred;

  • Three or more years of classroom experience

  • Fingerprint clearance

  • CPR-First Aid certification

  • Demonstrated interpersonal and communication skills;

  • Ability to meet the physical demands of the job including lifting a child up to 45 lbs. and hearing and visual capabilities to monitor the environment and children's well being

We offer competitive wages, paid holidays. Additional benefits are available to employees after 1 year of service. Please send a cover letter and resume to gpmontessori@gmail.com.

We look forward to meeting you!


High End Montessori Nanny, San Francisco, CA

September 6, 2018

Incredible opportunity for the right nanny. Looking for a discreet, rota nanny with a background in Montessori who has experience working with under threes, For two girls (2.5 and 1) 

Part-time hours to start, working up to the full rota hours (full time hours guaranteed from start date). Start off in the evenings taking part in dinner, bedtime and babysitting and also traveling with the family (all of this when the family require, not every night), then work up to the rota hours of 7 days every two weeks working two days a week (either Monday and Tuesday or Wednesday and Thursday) and one three day weekend, every other weekend). 12 hour days. 

Live-out, 

Sole charge, 

Fully staffed household.  

Palo Alto, San Francisco. 

Duties

Provide a Montessori day for the children. Communicating with the mother throughout the day, 
Play dates, Activities, Plan things to do in the afternoons and during traveling that will encourage learning. The older girl is in pre-school so taking her to and from pre-school. Driver needed but you won't be driving regularly. Mandarin speaking a bonus. 

The family travel regularly from weekend trips up to a month and will need you to come with. For the longer time periods, you will not be expected to work the entire month, you will swap with another nanny. Own bedroom and bathroom provided while traveling. 

The family have one dog (a Puli), 

Salary $30-45/ hour dependent on experience, 

Full benefits. 

Please contact me at kerryn@peacefullearning.com

Also take a look at our website for other positions alternativenannies.com.


Primary Montessori Guide, Beaverton, OR

September 6, 2018

Sunshine Montessori School in Beaverton has been serving the local community since 1995. At present we are looking for a trained Primary guide (AMI or AMS certification), for a class room that we are planing to open in the near future.  This is a full time, year around immediate opening. Candidates without prior teaching experience also will be considered.

Please email resume and cover letter to joseph@sunshine-montessori.com 


Teachers and Assistants, Springfield, OR

September 4, 2018

McKenzie Montessori Institute located in Springfield, Oregon welcomes you! As a non-profit program, we offer Montessori Education with a focus on independence and a love for learning.  We are a community of caring individuals that thrive to see children succeed.  We are in search of energetic upbeat teacher(s) and assistant(s).  Must enjoy Life! Must be easy going with firm loving redirection.  Must be able to work up to 40 hours a week between the hours of 6:00am and 6:30pm. Part time positions may be possible. Infant, wobbler, toddler, primary (3-6), and elementary (6-9).

Visit http://mckmi.com for more information. Email resume and cover letter to rosind123@aol.com


6-12 Director / Lead Teacher Role, Sydney, Australia

September 4, 2018

ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY TO TEACH IN AUSTRALIA!

Director roles commencing in the Australian Summer of 2019 at Sydney’s benchmark Montessori school. Inner Sydney Montessori School, established in 1981 and well located in Inner Sydney, is recognised as one of the leading Montessori schools in Australia, yet maintains an enviable small school reputation as a friendly and dynamic Pre-Primary and Primary School with students at the centre of everything we do. ISMS Principal, Zoe Ezzard welcomes contact from potential applicants to discuss why you should join this growing team. We would love to hear from you!

We are looking for passionate educators with an embedded understanding and appreciation of the Montessori philosophy. You will have a reputable 6-12 Montessori Diploma and hold a relevant teaching qualification. You will also be required to attain NSW Education Standards Authority accreditation.

You will demonstrate:

  • A passion for Montessori education and a strong desire to work within a collaborative, authentic Montessori environment;

  • The ability to promote a positive and supportive ethos for pupils where all are valued, encouraged and challenged to achieve the best they can;

  • Excellent interpersonal skills.

Respect, collaboration and supportive relationships are at the heart of our School culture resulting in an environment where staff feel valued, supported and inspired. We work collaboratively to create nurturing classrooms where each child develops a healthy self-concept, positive values, strong skills, a deep academic understanding and a curiosity and appreciation of nature and the world around them. Our child focused Pre-Primary and Primary School is at enrollment capacity with around 300 students between the ages of 3-12. In addition, around 100 students are enrolled per term in our esteemed Infant Community Program for 0-3 year olds.

We are very proud of our School & encourage you to learn more about us at www.isms.nsw.edu.au and follow us at facebook.com/InnerSydneyMontessori

Register your interest by emailing principal@isms.nsw.edu.au to arrange a confidential discussion


3-6 Director / Lead Teacher Role, Sydney, Australia

September 4, 2018

ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY TO TEACH IN AUSTRALIA!

Director roles commencing in the Australian Spring of 2019 at Sydney’s benchmark Montessori school. Inner Sydney Montessori School, established in 1981 and well located in Inner Sydney, is recognised as one of the leading Montessori schools in Australia, yet maintains an enviable small school reputation as a friendly and dynamic Pre-Primary and Primary School with students at the centre of everything we do. ISMS Principal, Zoe Ezzard welcomes contact from potential applicants to discuss why you should join this growing team. We would love to hear from you! 

We are looking for passionate educators with an embedded understanding and appreciation of the Montessori philosophy. You will have a reputable 3-6 Montessori Diploma and hold a relevant teaching qualification. You will also be required to attain accreditation from the Australian Children’s Education & Care Authority and the NSW Education Standards Authority.

You will demonstrate:

  • A passion for Montessori education and a strong desire to work within a collaborative, authentic Montessori environment;

  • The ability to promote a positive and supportive ethos for pupils where all are valued, encouraged and challenged to achieve the best they can;

  • Excellent interpersonal skills.

Respect, collaboration and supportive relationships are at the heart of our School culture resulting in an environment where staff feel valued, supported and inspired. We work collaboratively to create nurturing classrooms where each child develops a healthy self-concept, positive values, strong skills, a deep academic understanding and a curiosity and appreciation of nature and the world around them. Our child focused Pre-Primary and Primary School is at enrollment capacity with around 300 students between the ages of 3-12. In addition, around 100 students are enrolled per term in our esteemed Infant Community Program for 0-3 year olds. We are very proud of our School & encourage you to learn more about us at www.isms.nsw.edu.au and follow us at facebook.com/InnerSydneyMontessori

Register your interest by emailing principal@isms.nsw.edu.au to arrange a confidential discussion


Infant-and-Toddler Lead Guides and Assistants, Washington, DC

August 29, 2018

Overview: Ready to share your vision and inspiration for how children should be loved and supported during their early days of tremendous opportunity in our Nation’s Capitol?  A new Montessori infant and toddler center, situated in the beautiful Palisades neighborhood, is opening soon and we are looking for both Lead Guides and Assistants to become part of the core team.   Situated in Washington DC’s Ward 3, the Center will help fill a childcare void in this incredibly special community.  Please check out our FAQs  before you apply. 

Link to FAQs
Link to Opportunity Description
Link to Application

Please note that for Lead Guides, an AMI Assistants to Infancy (0-3) credential is highly preferred as we work to become a world-class Montessori program.

Your Legacy: As a Lead Guide or Assistant, you will impact the growth and development of up to 47 infants and toddlers, as you support a world-class, Montessori-inspired program.  By channeling your deep belief in the potential of all children, you will provide exceptional care to your students that rivals the love and support they receive at home.  You’ll have the unique opportunity to touch the lives of hundreds of families across Washington, DC.

Your Charge (What You’ll Be Doing)

  • Flawlessly teach or assist in a world-class Montessori center. Manage and deliver upon the Center’s curriculum, daily schedule, supplies and everything else involved in day-to-day operations.

  • Be an enthusiastic and committed member of a high-performing team. You will be part of a team of up to nine other staff whose skill sets and personalities will mesh well together and support the growth of each child.

  • Optimize learning. Your loving care for the children in the Center will be a part of growing and evolving the Center over time. You will work hard every day to ensure all children receive the best possible care.

How You’ll Go About It (while not all of these are requirements, our strongest applicants will see themselves in more of these competencies than not):

  • You are a believer. Your total, soul-level commitment to the development and potential of young children is seen, heard and felt by the children, parents and communities you serve.

  • You are a team player. Those around you say that your professionalism makes them feel like you truly care. You are never “casual” in a way that undermines trust. You understand that organizations have multiple moving pieces, and you work to make sure all the details fit together seamlessly in order to provide the best possible support to each child.

  • You are a self-starter with vision. On a daily basis, your colleagues would describe you as someone who can “just get it done!” Even while being highly capable managing the day-to-day, you dream about what could be, and are always iterating to create improvements that provide an even better experience for the families you serve.

Brass Tacks:

  • If the above speaks to you, we’re excited to learn more about you! Please apply by 9/28/2018

  • Start date - We imagine a start date in the month of October 2018. See FAQs for more detail

  • Daily schedule: This is a full-time job; you can anticipate working the full hours that the Center is operational

  • Salary: Commensurate with experience

  • Healthcare coverage option


One-on-one tutoring position, Portland, OR

August 29, 2018

From Jennifer Dannenfelser, Mindguide Learning, LLC:  After four years of private tutoring with families in and out of Montessori schools in Portland, OR, my demand is beyond the scope of one person. I need to carefully hand over some of my clients to another tutor who will work independently, yet with my direction.  Ideal candidates will have training in direct phonetic instruction (such as Orton-Gillingham or Barton) and some Montessori experience or training at the elementary or primary level. I will offer training and feedback, use of materials and my workspace in NE Portland if needed. The desired candidate will have a deep well of patience and compassion. Strong written and verbal communication skills with both parents and children are a must. Experience with children with special needs a plus. Must have reliable transportation.

Contact tutorjenniferpdx@gmail.com


Executive Director, Juneau, AK

August 28, 2018

The Juneau Montessori School is actively seeking an Executive Director to start before the end of the calendar year 2018.

The Juneau Montessori School opened its doors in 1985 and is the only AMI recognized school in the State of Alaska. JMS is a small non-profit organization serving children ages 15 months to 7 years of age. JMS is housed in a national historic building and set within Alaska natural beauty.

The candidate will be knowledgeable in AMI Montessori Pedagogy, has a passion for public advocacy of Montessori Pedagogy and an appreciation for small towns. JMS has an active natural outdoor environment including a USDA high tunnel that provides growing opportunities and outdoor education as part of the everyday work cycle. We are a small community of 52 students and dedicated families. We are looking for the right candidate ready for a chance to grow and continue to advocate for Montessori Education in Juneau and the State of Alaska.

As Executive Director, responsibilities include, but are not limited to: creating a strong culture that reflects the mission of JMS, building a strong community with staff, parents, and children, managing JMS budget, enrollment projections and recruitment of students, hiring/managing teaching staff, staff professional development, and resolving challenging student/parent issues.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree, related or unrelated field

  • Must be 21+

  • Administrator Credential, optional

  • 12 credits in Early Childhood, child development or related field

  • 1+ year of experience working with non-profits or early childhood education

  • 1+year of supervising staff

  • AMI Montessori Trained

  • Understanding and functions of non-profit organizations and functions of a board of directors

  • Financial advisory role and budgeting experience

  • Excellent communicator, primary spokesperson for JMS

Job Type: Full-time

Experience:

  • Early Childhood Education: 1 year (Preferred)

  • AMI or AMS Montessori Training: 1 year (Preferred)

  • Budgeting: 1 year (Preferred)

  • Working with a Board of Directors: 1 year (Preferred)

Education:

  • Bachelor's (Preferred)

License:

  • Montessori Certification (Preferred)

Email resume and cover letter to: jms@juneaumontessori.org


Homeschool Tutor, Portland, OR

August 27, 2018

We are looking for a certified or in-training Elementary Montessori professional to guide our 10- year- old boy through his home school curriculum.  Our son has a passion for history, so specific knowledge in this area is of interest.  Our son has been in AMI-certified schools from Children's House through fourth grade.  We would like a flexible thinker that is willing to apply Montessori principles to a different curriculum (not Montessori). We will choose and purchase the curriculum, but would be very interested in any advice or direction you could give.    

Our son is smart, kind, curious, and intellectual.   He has no behavioral problems, but needs some one- on- one support to catch up to his grade level.  We love Montessori but it has not been successful for his academic learning style.  The mom (AMI Montessori trained in Children's House) will be in/near the house most of the time, but not directly involved in the teaching on a day- to- day basis.  

We are thinking school instruction will go from 9am to 1pm, five days per week, but can be moderately flexible around the schedule.  

Hourly wage dependent on experience.

Please send resume and cover letter to: meredithcrandall@gmail.com


After school nanny share, Portland, OR

August 16, 2018

Two Montessori families are interested in creating an after-school nanny share arrangement.  Our hope is that by working as a community - we can create an environment that is supportive of the children's well-being & development and by pooling resources we can pay stable and sustainable wages for the care-giver.  The two families are open to adding another child from same school to enable a higher salary for care giver.

Here is a bit more information about the families and children:

  • Both families value open communication and respectful dialog to create a trusting environment where the little joys are celebrated and concerns can be openly discussed to improve the experience for all.

  • The children will be 5- and 6-years of age in the next school year (one has her birthday in fall, one in early summer)

  • Girls are well-matched in terms of temperament; generally cooperative with one another; able to engage with one another and yet are ok to be more independent.

  • Both girls will be in their 3rd year in a Montessori primary class/Children’s House this fall.

Some logistics we know:

  • Pick-up kids at school at 2:45 and care for them until 5:30-5:45, Monday-Friday, according to school calendar.

  • Care for the children at one of the family homes, both a 10 minute drive west of the school.

  • No work on US Major holidays (e.g., ***New Years, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving Day & Day After Thanksgiving, etc.)

  • Opportunity to work additional full days on Teacher Work Days, Winter Break, Spring Break, but not mandatory. Additional compensation for these days if worked. Can negotiate all days or case-by-case basis.

  • Committed to a longer-term arrangement (minimum for the 2018-2019 school year, ideally.)

Current vision of care:

  • Establish a nurturing, pro-learning environment

  • Prepare a simple healthy snack (fruit, veg, crackers & cheese, healthy smoothies, yoghurt, etc.) ideally engaging children in this activity

  • Some desired activities (not exhaustive and not every activity every day, of course)

  • Outside time (school is across the street from a park frequented by other classmates and both families live walking-distance to an excellent park & green-space, safe neighborhoods, access to backyard with sand/water table, playhouse, climbing structure, small garden; 5 minutes to the Local splash pad/ water fountain for hot days)

  • Reading time (either reading to girls and/or girls reading to themselves)

  • Crafts

  • Music/movement

  • Library or other pro-development activities outside house (classes, museums, zoo, etc.)

  • free / independent play

  • No screen time

Salary
Dependent upon experience; offering a salary to ensure stable and sustainable wages for care giver.

Contact: Lynette Winter at NW.L.Winter@gmail.com or 503-327-1421


LEAD EARLY-PRESCHOOL, PRESCHOOL, and AFTER-SCHOOL TEACHERS, KENMORE WA

August 16, 2018

Columbia Crest Montessori, in the heart of Kenmore, is seeking qualified & energetic teachers to support our Early Preschool, Preschool & Afterschool programs. We are growing and so is our need to hire & retain the best. If you like working with children, have a strong desire to grow in your role this may be the right opportunity for you. Come and work alongside our well qualified teachers and make a broader impact.

We are hiring for the following roles:

  • Lead Preschool Teacher (3-6 year classroom)

  • Lead Early Preschool Teacher (2-3 year classroom)

  • Lead Afterschool Teacher

  • Support Staff

Ideal Candidate must have:

Experience in Early Childhood Education and/or Montessori background is preferred

  • One year experience as a lead or assistant teacher

  • Enthusiastic about working with young children

  • Excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills

  • Early childhood learning related knowledge as well as basic understanding of child development & milestones

  • Ability to bond with children and create a positive learning atmosphere in the classroom

  • Montessori experience or training is a plus

What we offer:

We offer a vibrant working environment, growth opportunities and great benefits to our full-time employees, including:

  • Competitive Wages – Based On Experience

  • Paid time off & federal holidays

  • Professional development, and a lively, supportive work environment

  • Paid trainings including paid Montessori training free of cost to highly capable candidate after one year of working relationship

  • Discounted tuition for full time staff personal

  • Growth opportunities through lateral movement

If you are the right fit do not pass on this opportunity. Email us your resume and cover letter to info@columbiacrestmontessori.com. Or schedule a visit to our center and learn more.

About Columbia Crest Montessori:
Columbia Crest Montessori is a locally owned Montessori school providing early childhood services to Kenmore and its surrounding neighborhoods. Centrally located between Seattle & Eastside the center has easy access to bus transportation and other amenities. We have a beautiful facility, with one toddler, one early preschool and three preschool classrooms, and soon to be open two additional preschool classrooms. Our business hours are Monday to Friday 7:00 am to 6:30 pm.

For more information checkout http://www.columbiacrestmontessori.com

Job Type: Full-time


Middle School Math Instructor, portland, or

August 14, 2018

The Franciscan Montessori Earth School and St. Francis Academy Middle School seek a math instructor for the Middle School. This position is for the 2018-2019 school year.


Send your resume and contact information to the Head of School, Sister Therese Gutting, FSE.
sistertheresegutting@fmes.org


Lead Teacher-Upper Elementary, portland, or

August 8, 2018

The Ivy School is an innovative tuition-free public Montessori Charter School in Northeast Portland, Oregon serving students in grades 1 – 8. We are a dynamic, collaborative team seeking to hire an Upper Elementary classroom teacher.
As a public school we are required to meet all expectations for Oregon public schools, including teaching Common Core State Standards and participating in annual state testing. All Ivy School teachers are expected to support public school requirements in the context of the Montessori teaching method. Specifically, they must help guide the child through self-directed activities, allowing the child to develop at his or her own pace. We enroll students from diverse backgrounds, including students with extensive Montessori experience as well as students with no Montessori experience whatsoever. We enroll students with special needs and students in Special Education with Individualized Education Plans. 

Teaching at The Ivy School requires flexibility and willingness to individualize instruction for all learners. Ivy School teachers and assistants are required to adapt and work collaboratively with other teachers trained in various Montessori schools of teacher education including the International Montessori Council (IMC), the American Montessori Society (AMS), the Association Montessori Internationale (AMI), Montessori Educational Programs International (MEPI), and the Pan American Montessori Society (PAMS).

Montessori Elementary training is required and an Oregon Teaching License is preferred (charter registry is allowed). A criminal background check is required for all applicants, and fingerprinting may be required for some applicants. Also required of all applicants is a signed disclosure release authorizing former employers to release all information related to any substantiated reports of child abuse, sexual conduct under ORS 339.370, or crimes listed in ORS 342.143, including all related documents.
Interested applicants should email a letter of interest and resume to hiring@theivyschool.com.