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year round toddler classroom assistant - immediate opening, portland, or
POSTED ON february 15, 2018
Sunstone Montessori School, an AMI Montessori school serving 160 children in SW Portland (John’s Landing), has an immediate opening for a Classroom Assistant working with children from 16 months to 3 years-old, as well as providing a lunch break for a staff member in a 3-6 year-old environment.
Duties: Support the Montessori-trained Lead Guide with a group of up to 14 children ages 16 months to 3 years, as well as provide breaks in a Children’s House, or 3 -6 year-old, environment. Duties include supporting children’s independent activity, assisting in the bathroom, supervising on the playground, aiding in food prep, and cleaning and maintaining the environment.
Hours: 10:00am to 5:30pm year-round (with 5 paid vacation days and 7 paid sick days in a fiscal year, as well as 10 unpaid days off). The program runs from 7:30-5:30 and flexibility to work up to a 9-hour shift (with a 30-minute unpaid lunch and two 10-minute paid breaks) within this time frame is helpful.
- Experience (and joy in!) working with young children
- Compassionate communication style and positive attitude
- Enrollment in the Oregon Central Background Registry
- Current CPR/1st Aid, RRCAN, Intro to Health and Safety, and Food Handlers
- Ability to lift 50 pounds
- Ability to meet Office of Child Care Aide II requirements
Compensation: pay varies based on experience and training, plus full medical and dental benefits and 3% matching for IRA.
Please send your cover letter and resume to:
Emma Pribnow ,Toddler and Children’s House Program & Admissions Director
6318 SW Corbett Ave Portland, Oregon 97239 United States
certified montessori teacher position, San francisco, ca
POSTED ON february 15, 2018
Glen Park Montessori ,established in the year 2000, 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.
- AMI, AMS, or MACTE certification ·
- B.A. in Early Childhood Education or related field; an AA may be acceptable depending on the applicant’s experience and references
- Several years of classroom experience
- Fingerprint clearance
- Musical talent and other forms of creativity
- Patience, glowing references, collaboration, a great sense of humor, and most importantly:
- A passion for working with young children
- Paid vacation and holidays after an initial period
- A contribution to health insurance
- Monthly teacher in-service days for classroom organization
- Support for on-going education and professional enrichment
- A generous pay range commensurate with education and experience
- Cultural events that enhance the sense of school community
If you are interested in joining us (we are looking for someone to join us in the beginning of August), please forward your resume to email@example.com and look at our website: www.glenpark-montessori.com. We look forward to meeting you!
647 Chenery Street San Francisco, CA 94131 United States
ami toddler and primary directress, Cote D'Ivoire
POSTED ON february 15, 2018
Ivory Montessori School (IMS) is a new establishment that opened its door in September 2016 in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Ivory Coast is a beautiful country full of life and opportunities. Not only do we have beautiful tropical weather, we also have the beach 20 min away from the city. IMS expanded in 2017 by opening three classes (two toddler classes and one primary class).
In 2018 we will open a new primary classroom, it’s an opportunity for a directress/director to create and organize a new classroom. Children come from all over the world and speak many different languages, like all children they are eager to learn! We follow authentic Montessori education.
We are seeking one AMI trained directress/director to run one either a primary or toddler classroom either French or English speaking. Find us on Facebook! (we offer expats advantages)
Please send us your Resume and motivation letter if interested to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Anam Hassam, School Owner
cocody danga Abidjan, cocody 06 BP 56 Cote d'Ivoire
School Website: www.ivorymontessorischool.com
head of school, ft. collins, co
POSTED ON february 13, 2018
Fort Collins Montessori School is a public charter school serving children from 3 years-old to 6th grade. We opened our doors in the fall of 2014. Now in our fourth year of operation, we have doubled our initial enrollment and now serve 135 students, we are financially sound, and 94% of our parents report being satisfied with the academic and emotional development of their children. When we are fully developed, we will serve students through 8th grade and we anticipate enrollment of 350 students. We are strongly committed to a classic Montessori education. Our current Head of School and all six of our guides are AMI certified.
Our current Head of School is retiring, so we are seeking a new Head of School to implement our Charter, strategic plan, and other policies. We expect applicants to have a demonstrated strong knowledge of and commitment to Montessori pedagogy. AMI certification will be a valuable but not sole determinant of qualifications. The HOS fosters the FCMS vision and mission and upholds our values. He/she provides day-to-day educational leadership for the school while managing operations.
• A deep and well-articulated commitment to the FCMS Vision, Mission and Values, including a strong understanding of and passion for public Montessori education.
• Significant experience as an instructional leader in a Montessori school, AMI preferred.
• Experience with non-profit leadership, including strategic planning, budget management, institutional advancement, and interacting with external stake holders such as public officials, funders, and families.
• A dynamic, energetic and engaging personality that will inspire staff, families and community.
• Experience and desire to advance diversity in all its forms – ethnic, socio-economic, and learning. • Able to obtain Colorado Administrator and Principal licenses.
•Montessori credential for at least one program level, AMI preferred.
•Experience in charter schools
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Relationship with the Board
- Attend Board meetings and prepare and present reports as requested by the Board.
- Serve as chief communicator between the Board and faculty, ensuring a strong, productive relationship between operations and governance.
- Bring to the attention of the Board matters and data about the needs and operation of the School as are appropriate to keep the Board fully informed to meet its responsibilities.
- Work with the board to ensure that the school is in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Student Programs and Services
- Serve as the educational leader for Fort Collins Montessori School, including advocating for the classical Montessori pedagogy and values.
- Remain abreast of trends and research in education, particularly those affecting charter school operations and educational leadership.
- Develop and implement enrollment plan, and assure proper student-teacher ratios.
- Implement formal and informal programs that relate to high moral and ethical conduct, including conflict resolution, counseling and advisory programs, positive discipline that promotes kindness and courtesy, and coordinated psychological assistance as needed.
- Possess complete knowledge of Colorado and Common Core Standards. Ensure accountability to these standards through Montessori methods. Meet all district and state academic reporting requirements are met.
- Ensure effective delivery of Special Education services.
- Oversee student evaluation and assessment.
- Oversee ongoing program evaluation, including curriculum standards and development.
- Evaluate school programs and operations; complete annual School Accountability Report for the Board & the public
- Establish and oversee programs for after hours and weekends, including extended day programs and recreational and cultural activities.
- Personnel and Management
- Recruit, hire, supervise, mentor and evaluate teaching, support staff, and substitutes as needed.
- Provide for coaching and development of teaching staff in line with Montessori pedagogy.
- Consistent with Personnel Policies and Procedures, make decisions regarding disciplinary action or dismissal of staff.
- Encourage staff to propose, plan and develop programs that align with the FCMS mission.
- Conduct annual written evaluations of staff.
- Promote a strong culture and effective communication among faculty and staff. Consciously work to establish an atmosphere of teamwork and planning. Follow a collegial rather than authoritarian managerial style.
- Finance and Operations
- Work with the Board Finance Committee to propose annual operating budget.
- Administer the operating budget and be accountable to the Board for effective business management.
- Working with the Board Finance Committee, staff, and outside service providers, ensure that all federal, state, district and board financial reports are prepared and submitted.
- Report facilities needs to appropriate board member(s), staff, and/or outside service providers with follow up and ensure that needs are addressed.
- Keep all accounts up-to-date, including those of students, vendors, and contractors.
- Maintain sufficient security and judgment to handle a crisis and to use supervision constructively.
- Maintain an aesthetically attractive environment that is compatible with FCMS character.
- Constituent and Community Relations
- Articulate and advocate the mission of Fort Collins Montessori School with students, families, staff, and community.
- Be inspirational, visible, and accessible to members of school community and beyond.
- Manage relationships with students, faculty, and parents with an approach that holds to our values and is firmly rooted in Montessori philosophy.
- Encourage meaningful alumni, parent, past parent, and community participation in events that aid and support the goals of the school.
- Promote highly effective and open communication among staff, parents and the Board.
- Foster a positive relationship with the Poudre School District and the Colorado Department of Education.
- Serve as primary spokesperson for the school. Fund Raising
- Using best practices in fund development, participate actively in planning and implementation of fundraising efforts.
- Work with Board and Board committees to apply for grants.
- Assist in identifying and cultivating prospective donors.
- Serve as philanthropic ambassador within the organization and community.
Submit resume and cover letter to email@example.com by February 27, 2018 at noon. We will accept applications after February 27, but late applications may not be given first consideration.
1900 S Taft Hill Road Fort Collins, CO 80526 United States
lower elementary assistant, beaverton, or
POSTED ON february 13, 2018
Montessori School of Beaverton is accepting applications for a Lower Elementary Classroom Assistant to begin August 20, 2018. Located on a beautiful six-acre campus just west of Portland with gardens and wooded trails, MSB was designed specifically to provide Montessori education for children 3-12 years of age. Please visit our website at www.msb.org for more information about us. All teacher assistants are expected to ensure the safety of our children, model respectful and positive behavior, oversee activities according to the specifications of the teacher, conscientiously supervise children during various times of the day, and maintain an orderly and clean classroom. Elementary Assistants are also involved with field trips, outings, and trips to camps. A Montessori teacher-training certificate at either the Primary or Elementary level is required. Teaching experience is a plus. The successful candidate is someone who feels joy in working with children and their parents, has a positive attitude, is patient, flexible, organized, responsible, and is looking for a community of professional colleagues engaged in collaboration, personal development, and mutual support. Hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Compensation is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Medical, dental, life and retirement benefits are included. Interested candidates should email their cover letter, resume, and three references to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
11065 NW Crystal Creek Ln Portland, OR 97229 USA
full time substitute assistant
POSTED ON february 13, 2018
Montessori School of Beaverton is seeking a full-time substitute assistant for 3-6, 6-9 and 9-12 classrooms. Located on a beautiful six-acre campus in Northwest Portland with gardens and wooded trails, MSB was designed specifically to provide Montessori education for children 3-12 years old. Please visit our website at www.msb.org for more information about us. All classroom assistants are expected to ensure the safety of our children, model respectful and positive behavior, oversee activities according to the specifications of the teacher, conscientiously supervise children, and maintain an orderly and clean classroom. A Montessori teacher-training certificate at either the Primary or Elementary level is required. Teaching experience is a plus. The successful candidate is someone who feels joy in working with children, has a positive attitude, is patient, flexible, responsible, and a good observer. This position if full-time, 40 hours per week. Compensation is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Medical, dental, life, and retirement benefits are included. Interested candidates should email their cover letter, resume, and three references to: email@example.com.
11065 NW Crystal Creek Lane Portland, OR 97229 USA
montessori assistant teacher, seattle, wa
POSTED ON february 13, 2018
Lighthouse Montessori School seeks a Montessori Assistant for the 2018-19 school year. This is a special, journeyman-like position for an assistant who is interested in Montessori training or is already trained and wants experience. This assistant will work hand in hand with a Lead teacher and will have the opportunity to give lessons, make materials, and shape the classroom culture. The ideal candidate not only should have a passion for Montessori education but also strongly support the emotional development of the child through Positive Discipline. We offer competitive salary and benefits. Lighthouse Montessori is one classroom, 25 children, year-round, all-day school practicing the philosophies of Dr. Maria Montessori and Positive Discipline. But we are more than just a school: we are a small, tight-knit community, with active and involved parents and a highly communicative and engaged staff. Lighthouse was founded in 2012 in the family-oriented neighborhood of Ballard, in Seattle, WA. Our high-quality program is led by AMS and AMI trained guides. Lighthouse offers a community of real support and collaboration. We believe that, just like children, adults work best when given the right combination of independence, trust, and coaching, and we are looking for a teacher eager to bring their full self to work each day. Openings here are rare, so come join the Lighthouse family! If interested, please send resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
7005 24th Ave NW Seattle, Washington 98117 United States
executive Director, portland, OR
POSTED ON february 12, 2018
Founded in 2009, The Ivy School located in Portland, Oregon, is a public charter school that provides students in grades 1-8 with a tuition-free, public, Montessori education.
OVERVIEW OF THE ORGANIZATION AND PROGRAMS
As a Montessori school, The Ivy School offers its students differentiated curriculum and instruction in multi-age classrooms. Learning is maximized by teaching to each student’s individual academic level and by leveraging each child’s unique learning style. Classrooms are stocked with scientifically-designed Montessori manipulatives and resource materials to facilitate inquiry and provide a concrete understanding of abstract concepts. The Ivy School is committed to Peace Education and anti-bias/anti-racism and integrates this into the Montessori classroom with ongoing lessons in social justice, respect and responsibility.
By embracing the Montessori educational philosophy aligned with Common Core State Standards, Ivy School students work to achieve academic excellence and are intrinsically motivated, independent thinkers who love to learn. In the end, they are socially responsible and mature contributors to the world. Also, at The Ivy School, parental involvement in the educational process and a highly effective, committed staff are at the core of its community. The Ivy School is driven by these core values:
- Be an Outstanding Public Montessori School
- Support Development of the Whole Child
- Cultivate Educational Equity
- Foster School-Strengthening Collaboration
- Hire, Support and Retain Quality Staff
With an enrollment of 280 students, The Ivy School ’s operating budget is approximately $3.5 million, and the school employs over 30 staff members. The Ivy School is overseen by a board of directors currently comprised of five members−parents, business leaders, community members, educators and supporters from the Portland Metro Area.
The Ivy School has been ably led since 2015 by its current executive director, who will retire from her position effective June 30, 2018.
STRATEGIC OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES
The Ivy School is at an important juncture as it approaches its third charter renewal in 2020-21. High priorities for the new executive director include:
- Managing effectively and efficiently the daily operations of a state sponsored charter public school with a $3.5 million budget, a school which educates approximately 280 children daily and employs more than 30 staff members.
- Strategically balancing the accountability standards required of a public school with the philosophy and curriculum of Montessori education, so the school is acknowledged as academically strong by standard measures while also remaining true to its core values.
- As a school that strives to attract an increasing diverse student and staff population, ensuring the entire school community remains informed about and committed to educational equity and full participation in public, Montessori education.
- Developing and implementing a human resource strategy to recruit, support and retain the highest quality Montessori teachers at the school.
- Building strong community spirit at The Ivy School, strengthening connections and teamwork amongst administrators; with administration and the teaching staff; amongst teachers across both campuses; and with parents and the boards of the school, so the entire school community is empowered to contribute to achieving the school’s agreed-upon vision.
- Strengthening communication across the entire school community to improve community awareness, provide clarity, and increase participation and support.
- Maintaining a strong public presence within the city, state, and public charter school community and with funders to maintain a positive profile for the school, which will allow The Ivy School to sustain enrollment and grow and diversify non-tuition revenue.
A minimum of five years of senior executive leadership, preferably in an education-related organization, nonprofit or school.
Master’s degree in education or a related field.
Experience with and training in Montessori education strongly preferred; prior teaching experience a plus.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
Visionary Educator Committed to Montessori Philosophy
The executive director must be an experienced educator with extensive training or exposure to the Montessori philosophy, culture and curriculum, as well as the ability to incorporate the core values of grace, courtesy, respect and responsibility into leadership practices. The leader must be able to create and articulate a strategic vision and actionable plans, while confidently informing educational best practices to impact individualized child development for an increasingly diverse population of students.
Experience working in a leadership role in a school, with the ability to balance the demands and accountability of a charter public school with the philosophical underpinnings of the Montessori model are key skills sought in an executive director at The Ivy School. The school’s leader must be adept at cultivating an organizational structure, optimizing staffing patterns, managing human resources, overseeing finances, complying with regulations and accountability plans, and leveraging the input and expertise of the entire school community, particularly parents and the board of directors.
CONSENSUS BUILDER AND DEVELOPER OF STAFF
The executive director must inspire, develop and empower others, while generating trust and respect across the entire organization. The leader will need to be adept at building consensus and committed to valuing the contributions of the entire school community, while also holding all accountable to high standards. In addition, the school leader must be committed to investing the time, resources, and personal wisdom needed to develop and improve individual and collective practice, so the school sustains and retains high-quality teachers, administrators and support staff.
The executive director must be an engaging, motivating and consistent spokesperson with excellent communication skills, possessing the ability to share The Ivy School ’s vision to diverse audiences. Whether communicating with parents, students, staff, board members, external partners, donors or the public, the school’s leader must listen carefully, speak persuasively and passionately, anticipate concerns and questions and proactively respond to inquiries. The ability to develop and execute on a school-wide communication plan and implement standard protocols are highly desired traits.
POLITICALLY ASTUTE NETWORKING AND MOBILIZER
The school’s leader must have a strong interest and skill in creating an external presence and strategy for The Ivy School , inclusive of networking with political, business and education leaders in the City and the State. The executive director must be an eager public face for the school, proactively and opportunistically pursuing opportunities while also mobilizing others, especially members of the board of directors, to achieve significant results, inclusive of delivering on a broad-based, yet targeted marketing and fundraising program for the school.
Please send submit a resume and a cover letter with salary requirements, where you learned of the position and a description of how your qualifications and experience match The Ivy School’s needs to Liz Caravaca. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Ideally the new Executive Director could begin working at least part-time in May to ensure a smooth transition and thorough on-boarding.
Salary is commensurate with experience, within the framework of the organization’s annual operating budget.
The Ivy School is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates.
Assistants to Infancy Guide, Annapolis, MD
POSTED ON february 9, 2018
Chesapeake Montessori School in Annapolis, MD, is seeking an A to I guide for our Young Child Community. CMS is an AMI recognized school with one YCC, 3 Primary Classrooms, 2 Elementary Classrooms, and an adolescent program. We are currently in the preliminary planning stages of adding a second YCC classroom at our well-established and well-regarded Montessori school.
The right candidate must have AMI A to I training, be patient, have a love of young children, and bring a positive attitude to the work they do. Our team of faculty is well-trained, many possess AMI training at two or more levels, and a desire to implement authentic Montessori learning environments at every level we serve.
Please send your resume and cover letter to Robb Wirts, Head of School, at email@example.com.
elementary teacher (6-12), oakland, Ca
POSTED ON february 8, 2018
Grand Lake Montessori, founded in 1978, is an urban school in Oakland, California, serving
approximately 175 families. Our school has two toddler and six primary environments, and one 6-12
Elementary classroom. We have an inclusive, close-knit professional community that values the diversity
and perspectives offered in the vibrant city of Oakland. Our Elementary classroom, currently in its second
year, has a strong and supportive community of founding parents who are highly committed to
Montessori elementary education, as well as a robust classroom culture amongst the students, making an
inspiring learning environment for teachers.
We are looking for a highly motivated individual with a passion for Montessori education to lead our 6-12
Elementary classroom starting in August 2018 for the 2018-2019 school year. Benefits include paid
vacation, dental and health insurance, life insurance, tuition remission, as well as a retirement benefit.
- A Bachelor’s Degree
- Montessori Elementary (6-12) training and certification
- Previous educational experience preferably with elementary age children
- Highly motivated
- Professional, prompt and punctual
- Strong organizational skills with attention to detail
- Ability to work independently, as well as with others
- Ability to build and maintain a safe, harmonious and strong classroom environment and culture
- Ability to guide and work collaboratively with the existing support teacher and build a strong teaching team
- Ability to work collaboratively with other staff members
- Strong interpersonal, presentation, written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to build strong, professional relationships with students and families
- A commitment to GLM’s mission and vision
Please submit a resume and cover letter in which you let us know what attributes you think you could
bring to a young program with a strong parent community.
Send these to
lower elementary guide, Flagstaff, AZ
POSTED ON february 8, 2018
The Haven Montessori School seeks a Lower Elementary guide to begin in the 2018-19 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 2018).
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Please no phone calls. The position will close on March 2, 2018 at 4:00pm. 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.
621 W Clay Ave Flagstaff, AZ 86001 USA
toddler and early childhood positions, New York, NY
POSTED ON february 5, 2018
Battery Park Montessori in New York City is searching for: * Toddler Teacher * Toddler Bilingual Teacher (Mandarin/English) * Early Childhood Bilingual Teacher (Spanish/English) * Early Childhood Bilingual Teacher (Mandarin/English) * Early Childhood Teacher * Early Childhood Assistant Teacher We are a trilingual language school and require/prefer native Spanish or Mandarin fluency for most of our positions. These roles require at least 3 years of experience working with children ages 2-5. You must have completed a Bachelors degree, preferably in a related field. Masters degree is highly desired and Montessori training or experience a plus.
21 South End Avenue New York, NY 10280 United States of America
early childhood educator, portland, or
POSTED ON february 5, 2018
Do you believe 4 and 5-year-old children are far more capable than our culture gives them credit for? Are you the right person to safely lead a group of intrepid kids on a grand outdoor adventure? Are you a huge Steven Universe fan? Then consider joining our 2018 Summer Camps as a Forest Educator. Since 2004, Trackers Earth has led the way in innovative outdoor education, creative summer camps, and hands-on wilderness skills for kids. Our Rovers Camps are for kids ages 4-5 years. They build the foundation of independence by teaching Northwest ecology, archery, wilderness survival, fiber arts, campfire cooking and more. Throughout the week we weave a storyline of myth and legend. Each day campers journey to the forest, creeks and meadows to discover adventure. Learn more or Apply http://trackerspdx.com/camp-jobs.php
Current open positions: - Program Instructors: You value working with very young children with a focus on early childhood education. You also consider yourself and outdoors person. About Pre-K and K Programs at Trackers At Trackers, we believe that our youngest students are also those who are most ready to learn what we have to teach. We teach old school skills and outdoor craft. Remember, we teach more than games, we provide authentic wilderness skills and adventure to our youngest campers.
Learn more or Apply http://trackerspdx.com/camp-jobs.php
Skills could include but not be limited to the following... - Ability to create and implement age-appropriate curriculum, activities, and projects, incorporating many outdoor skills, combined with an engaging storyline - Understanding we have high expectations of our 4-5 year old campers; these camps are NOT a "watered down" version of our older kids camps - A strong understanding of child development and the particular needs of young children - Experience and confidence in setting limits for students in a loving and clear way - Old school outdoor skills a plus, yet we can TRAIN you: campfire craft, carving, wild plants, stealth, counter-tracking and more Programmatic skills could include but not be limited to the following. If you don't have these skills you have the excitement, drive and capacity to learn them within our community. . . - Storytelling - Primitive and bushcraft skills - Competent edible plant lore - Folk craft skills - Animal husbandry - Homesteading experience - Archery - Woodworking - Epic storytelling or Live Action Role-playing Camps Where? Work locations in summer will vary between our West, Northeast, and Southeast Portland locations and applicants, and staff will be expected to work at any of these locations.
Learn more or Apply at http://trackerspdx.com/camp-jobs.php
4617 SE Milwaukie Ave. Portland, OR 97202 United States
ami lead toddler guide, denver, co
POSTED ON february 2, 2018
Highlands Montessori : Salaried: $37,000-$43,000/year (commensurate with training and experience) Job Type: Full Time (7:15-3:15, Monday-Friday) Qualifications: AMI Montessori Diploma (A to I Level) required.
Highlands Montessori completes background checks on all employees, including submitting their information to the Child Abuse Registry (TRAILS). All applicants must also confirm that they are legal to work in the US (I-9 documentation). Previous experience working with children strongly preferred.
Job Description: The lead guide is responsible for maintaining a beautifully and thoughtfully prepared environment in accordance with AMI Montessori standards and training. As an authentic AMI Montessori school, Highlands Montessori believes in fostering independence, self-confidence, and a lifelong love for learning. This is a full time, salaried position. Highlands Montessori offers ~24 paid holidays/year as well as 12 days of PTO/year. Lead guides and assistants also receive an additional 2 weeks off in the summer.
Duties: The general duties of the lead guide shall include, but shall not necessarily be limited to the following:
Prepare a developmentally appropriate AMI Montessori environment in line with AMI Assistant’s to Infancy Training Rotate materials regularly based on observation of needs and interests of community. Respect each child’s unique development, always seeing the child who is “not yet there”. Prepare appropriate lessons for each child based on observation. Monitor student progress (academic, motor, social-emotional). Train assistant guide in Montessori philosophy and maintain open communication with all staff. Establish positive relationships with the children and families. Speak to children in a respectful tone in line with the Montessori philosophy.
Please send a résumé and list of 3 references to email@example.com
4433 W 29th Ave
Denver, CO 80212 USA
0 -3 Trained guide and assistant for toddler community, Pinehurst, NC
POSTED ON february 2, 2018
The Garden Montessori is seeking a trained, experienced individual to lead our toddler community of 10-12 children ages 18 months-3 years. Also seeking experienced assistant. Our school is situated on 10 acres with open grassy fields, a wooded area with nature trail, a full working child-friendly garden, playground and the home to 2 pet rabbits. Fun, friendly and close-knit team of staff members and a great, supportive parent community.
895 Linden Road Pinehurst, NC 28374 US
upper elementary co-teacher, renton, wa
POSTED ON january 31, 2018
Cedar River Montessori School in Renton, WA, on the outskirts of Seattle, seeks an experienced Upper Elementary (9-12) Montessori Teacher for the 2018-19 school year to join an awesome staff as a co-teacher for a class of 18-25 students. Qualified candidates will hold a Bachelor’s Degree and Montessori Elementary I and II training from an accredited AMS, AMI, or MACTE training center. Candidates must be organized, passionate, flexible, and respectful, with excellent communication skills and the ability to think creatively. Familiarity and willingness to incorporate technology a plus, as is experience with environmental education and a passion for hands-on science. Must be a team player! Duties include lesson planning for group and individual, record keeping, completing progress reports, parent-teacher meetings, classroom management, implementing the Montessori philosophy, and coordination with co-teacher as well as with the other elementary and middle school teachers. Ideally will be available this spring or summer to meet and plan with the co-teacher. Excellent benefits include medical, dental, employee wellness, retirement, and professional development. Submit resume with cover letter to Erin Karnofski, Head of School, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cedar River Montessori is a private non-profit Montessori school established in 1981 and is located in Renton, WA, a suburb of Seattle. The school has three Early Childhood classrooms, two Lower Elementary classrooms, an Upper Elementary classroom, and a Middle School classroom. The campus has 12 acres in a beautiful natural setting, a pasture with farm animals, a garden, a creek, a pool, and an amazing community of staff and families. See the school website for more information.
15828 SE Jones Road Renton, WA 98058 USA
lower elementary guide, burien, wa
POSTED ON january 30, 2018
Three Tree Montessori School is a growing, nonprofit, AMI Recognized school serving a diverse community of 200 children ages 1 through 12. We are seeking a Lower AMI Elementary Guide for the 2018-2019 school year. We are located 15 minutes south of Downtown Seattle in the scenic Pacific Northwest in the town of Burien. Our school offers fully equipped learning environments with extensions to the outdoors at all levels. We offer competitive salary and benefits including medical, dental and vision as well as retirement plans. We also support continuing education. We would love to hear from you if you are committed to the highest AMI Montessori standards; possess a kind heart, a sense of humor, great communication skills, and the desire to work toward the greater goal of supporting life-long learning. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
220 SW 160th St Burien, WA 98166 United States
elementary Level Coordinator, Redlands, CA
POSTED ON january 30, 2018
Imagine classrooms surrounded by nature and grapefruit groves. Imagine a campus with Montessori environments from 18 months through 18 years. Imagine living in a place where there is sunshine 280 days a year, but you can still see high mountains, snow-capped in the winter, when the children go outside to play. Imagine a school where staff members stay for 10, 20, even 30 years, because they feel respected as professionals and it is simply a great place to work. Montessori in Redlands is looking for an AMI Elementary diploma holder who is ready to support six elementary classrooms in their administration. A successful candidate will demonstrate a deep knowledge of the elementary pedagogy along with skills in communication, organization and collaborative work. The Elementary Level Coordinator is a 12-month contracted position beginning July 1, 2018. If this sounds like a place you would want to work, and you are ready to take the next step in your career, visit www.mir.org/about-mir/employment for position and applying details. Please submit your information by February 23, 2018.
1890 Orange Ave Redlands, CA 92373 United States
Preschool Teacher 招聘幼兒園老師, Pacifica, CA
POSTED ON january 30, 2018
Now Hiring! Montessori Teacher with Good Benefits at Newly Established Preschool in Pacifica, California JOB TYPE: Full-Time START DATE: April 16, 2018 WORK HOURS: Full-Time - 8:00 AM-5:00PM, Monday-Friday Part-Time - Please Ask for Hours REPORTING TO: Director of School
Neo Immersion Montessori -we offer an authentic Montessori program with excellent work environment. In addition, our teachers enjoy paid holidays and breaks throughout the year. We truly believe in keeping Montessori education genuine and true to the work of Dr. Maria Montessori. In addition to our Montessori curriculum, we offer outdoor classroom/ gardening, creative arts, music, and Chinese immersion programs as well. We seek an experienced Montessori guide to join our team. This individual must be absolutely dependable and reliable with a passion to work with young children from ages 2-5 years old. We strive to offer our students consistency and only through regular attendance of our staff can we provide the consistency needed for our successful programs and Core Standards at NIMS. REQUIREMENTS: - Design, prepare preschool class objectives, and outline for course of study according to curriculum guidelines or the requirements of state and school - Instruct children in activities designed to promote their social, physical and intellectual development - Plan individual and group activities to stimulate growth in language, social and emotional skills - Evaluate, discuss students' academic, behavioral attitudes, achievements and progress with parents - Plan and organize Parent/Teacher Conferences every bi-annually - Set-up outdoor classroom and gardening environment for curriculum QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor's degree in Education, Child Development or a related field - Familiar with bilingual classroom and foster diverse cultures to students - 2+ years of experience in the job offered or as an Preschool School Teacher - Strong reading and writing skills in Chinese - Mandarin (Traditional) - Require minimum of 12 ECE (Early Childhood Education) credit units - Montessori Certification (AMS or AMI preferred) - Proficient with computer software and programs (Microsoft Office, Excel, Project, Google Share Drive, Google Docs./ Calendar) - Provide approved fingerprinting/child background check, be able to pass health screening and TB - Ability to fluently speak and write in Chinese - Mandarin, a huge plus [CHINESE-TRANSLATION/ 中文翻譯] 招聘蒙特梭利老師在Pacifica, 加州地區新建幼兒園, 包括帶薪假期和休息時間 工作類型： 全職和兼職 開始日期： 2018年4月16日 工作時間： - 全職上午8:00至下午5:00，週一至週五 - 兼職請詢問工作時間 報告給： 學校主任 我們提供具有良好工作環境的蒙台梭利課程。另外，我們的老師全年享受帶薪假期和休息時間。我們保持蒙台梭利教育課程除了戶外教室/ 園藝，創意藝術，和音樂和中文課程。我們尋求有經驗的蒙台梭利指導加入我們的團隊。這個人必須是絕對熱愛與2-5歲的小孩一起學習和工作。 要求： - 制定學前班的目標，並提供學校課的要求設計 - 指導兒童參與身體和智力發展的活動 - 計劃個人和團體活動，以鼓勵語言，社交和合作關係技能的增長 - 評估，與家長討論學生的學術，行為態度，成就和進步 - 每年計劃和組織家長/教師會議 - 為課程設置戶外教室和園藝環境 資格： - 教育，兒童發展或相關領域的學士學位 - 熟悉雙語教室，培養學生多元文化 - 2年以上的工作經驗或作為學前教師 - 豐富的中文讀寫能力經驗 - 普通話（繁體） - 至少需要12個ECE（幼兒教育）學分 - 蒙台梭利認證（首選AMS或AMI） - 精通計算機軟件和程序（Microsoft Office，Excel，Project，Google Share Drive，Google Docs / Calendar） - 提供批准的指紋/兒童背景檢查，能夠通過健康檢查和結核病 - 流利的中文說話和寫作能力 - 普通話是一個很大的優點
435 Farallon Avenue Pacifica, California 94044 United States
elementary spanish and english speaking guides, Oakland, Ca
POSTED ON january 30, 2018
Founded in 1992, The Renaissance International School is located in Oakland, the eastern side of the San Francisco Bay, adjacent to Berkeley, and top cultural attractions. TRIS enjoys a wonderful park setting, a strong, highly credentialed faculty, and enthusiastic and supportive parent community, and solid administrative leadership. Our school enrolls 170 students from Pre-Primary through Junior High. We pride ourselves in our extensive Music, Art and Language programs. We offer either French or Spanish immersion classrooms at the Primary level, and trilingual immersion at the Elementary & Junior High level. Currently we are looking for a Spanish speaking certified AMI teacher and an English speaking certified AMI teacher at the elementary level for Summer/Fall 2018. If you feel that you would be an asset to our school please send us your resume and cover letter. Salary commensurate with experience and education, benefits offered. To apply, send materials to firstname.lastname@example.org
3650 Dimond Ave Oakland, California 94602 United States
Montessori Toddler guide, Denver, co
POSTED ON january 24, 2018
The Montessori Academy of Colorado (MAC) is an urban school located in the heart of the beautiful, historic Curtis Park neighborhood near downtown Denver that serves students 8 weeks through Upper Elementary. We are currently accepting applications to fill a Toddler Lead position. MAC is an established school of fifteen years. We serve students 12 months a year and offer before and after school options. Please send your resume and cover letter to Jeff Waxman, email@example.com, with the subject line, "Toddler Guide"
2500 Curtis St. Denver, CO 80205 USA
upper elementary guide, anchorage, AK
POSTED ON january 25, 2018
Anchorage Montessori School (AMS), located in Anchorage, Alaska, was founded in 1977 and began its affiliation with the American Montessori Society in 1978. Our school currently offers learning opportunities and programs for Toddlers , Primary , Lower Elementary , and Upper Elementary We are currently seeking a certified AMI or AMS teacher for our Upper Elementary classroom. The ideal candidate should possess: • A bachelor's degree (or equivalent) • AMI or AMS Montessori diploma for the appropriate age group • 3+ years of Montessori teaching experience at the upper elementary level preferred • Passion for the Montessori philosophy; excellence communicating this philosophy to parents and community • Genuine warmth and love for guiding children and their families • Ability and interest in working as a team with families and colleagues to deliver a robust, high-quality educational. If interested, please send letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
5001 Northwood Dr Anchorage, AK 99517 USA
upper elementary teacher, bellingham, Wa
POSTED ON january 22, 2018
Montessori at Samish Woods, a small non-profit, Teacher Professional Partnership in Bellingham, Washington seeks an experienced Upper Elementary teacher for the 2018-2019 school year. This is a unique opportunity for the right person to teach in a a supportive environment and join the school's distinct and empowering Teaching Professional Partnership. Montessori Samish Woods is collaboratively directed by teachers who believe in teachers who are deeply engaged with their work. Our school structure is set up to give teachers the autonomy and support they need to focus on being the best teacher they can be. Under a Teacher Professional Partnership, the teachers work together to make administrative decisions that best support their classrooms, students, and the school as a whole. Montessori at Samish Woods serves 100 students ages 3 -12. The right person would have the ability to provide strong, authentic leadership in the classroom, and also have the skills and desire to join the Teacher Professional Partnership. Potential candidates need to be AMS or AMI Elementary certified, have a minimum of three years Montessori teaching experience, and possess excellent communication skills. The school has created a package of benefits and salary that is competitive for all employees. The position would begin August 2018. Please send a cover letter, a personal statement that reflects your educational philosophy and a resume to email@example.com Samish Woods is located in Bellingham, Washington between Vancouver and Seattle. The city is an outdoor lover's paradise with access to the mountains and Salish Sea, offering a diversity of cultural and educational opportunities.
1027 Samish Way Bellingham, WA 98229 United States
ami or ams school director, lead guide, and assistant teacher, beaverton, or
POSTED ON january 17, 2018
Westside Montessori International in Beaverton, Oregon is one of the fastest growing Montessori schools for Infants, Toddlers, and Pre-K children. We are continuosly looking for teaching staff preferably with AMI or AMS background to be part of our school. We are expanding and opening up a new Toddler/Infant classroom, so we are looking for a new School Director, Lead Guide and an Assistant Teacher. We offer a competitive compensation package comensurate to one's experience and certification level. If you are interested please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or email@example.com To find out more about our school, visit our website at wmioregon.com
1870 NW 188th Avenue Beaverton, Oregon 97006 United States
ami elementary directress, canada
POSTED ON january 16, 2018
Pacific Rim Montessori Academy seeks an AMI Elementary guide (ages 6-12 years) starting September 2018 or sooner. We are seeking an energetic, self-motivated, dynamic teacher to lead the class with a commitment to AMI principles and philosophy. Spoken and written Spanish / French an asset. University Degree required for BC Teacher Certification. PRMA is an independent school that was founded in 2004 and has followed the high standards established by AMI and Dr. Maria Montessori.
#100-6160 London Road Richmond, BC V7E2M4 Canada