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Apr 22, 2021

Primary & Elementary Teachers and Adolescent Guides (STEM & Language)

World Community Education Center   Bedford, VA, usa

Contact: AtefehL@gmail.com

The World Community Education Center is a private K-12 Montessori school on a serene, forested campus with a 50-year history of successful education and leadership training.

WCEC offers a safe, prepared environment for learning focused on academic excellence and universal values, cooperation, mutual respect, building open hearts and minds, strengthening character, and promoting community responsibility. 95% of students transition to higher education with scholarships, honors, and award-winning accomplishments. We are committed to hiring visionary teachers who can guide the next generation to meet the challenges and opportunities of the future. Features include:

• Small classes & individual attention

• Supportive parental involvement

• Experiential along with academic learning

• Service to each other & one’s community

• Creative, design thinking

• Seeking and affirming the values that unite humanity.

• Affirming equity, equality and mutual respect

Positions beginning in August: Primary & Elementary teachers, High School STEM and language Adolescent Guides.

Details: http://worldcommunityedu.org/employment/

To apply, send letter of interest & resume: Atefeh Leavitt, Head of School; AtefehL@gmail.com

Apr 22, 2021

Children’s House/LE and UE Openings

Community Montessori   Boulder, CO, usa

Contact: shannon.minch@bvsd.org

We have three openings at our public Montessori school-primary, lower elementary, and upper elementary in the Boulder Valley School District. If you would like to join a committed staff who brings a Montessori education to a diverse set of learners apply at https://jobs.bvsd.org/. You must have Montessori certification and a Colorado State Teaching License. The jobs close on 4/27/21.

Apr 19, 2021

Preschool Teacher

mbs kids early learning academy   Houston, TX, usa

Contact: info@mbskids.com
  • MBS Kids Early Learning Academy (new state of the art school-beautiful work environment) is seeking an experienced teacher for our classrooms.

    Our ideal candidate will have at least 1 year of teaching experience, have current CPR/First Aid, be a team player, have a passion for educating students, flexible, caring, compassionate, and has awesome classroom management skills.

    Apply today….we are interviewing this week! If you have been a lead teacher and are looking for a rewarding experience. Our company is growing!

    Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

    Pay: $11.00 – $14.00 per hour

Apr 17, 2021

Montessori Lead Teachers

Montessori Kids Universe - Fuquay Varina   FUQUAY-VARINA, NC, usa

Contact: info@mkufuquay.com

Montessori Kids Universe is seeking lead teachers for new facility opening soon! Candidates preferably possess the following:

* Montessori credentials, experience

* Experience working with children

* Warm, kind, respectful, nurturing values

* Passion for Montessori & Reggio Emilia philosophies

* Ability to communicate philosophies to others

* Genuine warmth and love for guiding children

Responsibilities include:

* Sustaining authentic Montessori environment

* Encouraging children to think creatively, solve problems independently, respect themselves and others.

* Assist children in making positive choices, help students build self-esteem

Please provide resume, cover letter and salary expectations when applying for the position.

Apr 14, 2021

Elementary Teacher, Upper Grades 4-6

Casa di Mir Montessori School   Campbell, CA, usa

Contact: achan@casadimir.org

Casa di Mir’s Mission Statement:

Our mission is to provide an authentic Montessori education in a nurturing school community. With a strong emphasis on academics, creativity and peace education we provide a learning experience that promotes confidence, individual responsibility, and a strong sense of global citizenship.

Position Summary:

The Upper Elementary Teacher creates an environment that is conducive to the growth and development of children in the realization of their fullest learning potential. She or he is responsible for the generation and improvement of all school curricula in writing and the pedagogical growth and development of the school as well as the day-to-day teaching and functioning of his or her class. The Teacher prepares materials to meet the needs of the children, and operates in a manner in keeping with Montessori Method and concerns for educational excellence. The Teacher has responsibilities to children, parents, staff, Administrator, and Board.

Duties:

• Applies professional knowledge of child development principles to interpret the Montessori philosophy in a manner that assures developmental growth.

• Develops and implements curriculum plans and activities that are supportive of the age group of the children.

• Collaborates with the Director of Education and Head of School on program changes. Ensures that the program fosters the intellectual, physical, social, emotional, and moral/ethical growth of all children enrolled.

• Protects the working atmosphere of the group at all times.

• Notifies the Head of School of difficulties with children, parents or staff.

• Assists in determining requirements for program equipment and materials and insures furnishings and materials are complete and correspond to the needs of the group.

• Responsible for the care and maintenance of classroom materials to include having the children share in the responsibility. Maintains inventory for all furnishings and materials.

• Works with the Assistant on a day-to-day basis to insure practical application of the Montessori policies and procedures and is available to provide guidance and direction as required.

• Establishes time to give the Assistant the opportunity to share questions and observations.

• Maintains daily academic records and attendance record book.

• Holds two parent conferences each year to discuss each child’s progress and maintains ongoing communication with parents regarding their child’s specific needs.

• Responsible for the safety and physical well-being of the children at all times. Notifies the Head of School immediately of any safety hazards and reports any and all accidents immediately. Trains and supervises children in the execution of fire drills. Insures a routine is clearly established and the building exited with dispatch and order.

• Attends staff meetings, school events and in-service programs as scheduled. Attends committee meetings and special meetings requested by the Head of School.

• Responsible for the development and implementation of parent information sessions. Conducts class meetings for parents when appropriate.

• Prepares and distributes class newsletters on a schedule approved by the Head of School. Assists with any other projects, programs and planning as assigned by the Head of School.

Qualifications:

• Ability to relate to children and adults with maturity, respect and compassion.

• Montessori Credential for appropriate age level

• Bachelor degree in a related field

• Minimum of 1 year experience at the appropriate age level

• Excellent verbal and written skills

• Demonstrated organizational skills

• First Aid and CPR certification

Physical Requirements and Work Environment:

• Frequently bend, stoop, kneel and crouch in order to assist children; routinely sit on the floor with children. Walk and stand routinely.

• Occasionally lift up to 50 lbs.

• Work in a demanding environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges and a varied and diverse array of contacts.

• Work intermittently in outside weather conditions, including heat and cold.

• Sensory Requirements: this job requires visual and auditory perception and the ability to communicate orally.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Benefits:

Full time staff are eligible for medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement 403(B), paid vacation, and sick days. We also offer tuition remission for your children. Casa di Mir is known for its phenomenal community where you work in a remarkable environment with outstanding staff, students and families.

Equal Employment Opportunity:

Casa di Mir Montessori School believes that each individual is entitled to equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or workers’ compensation history or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or local anti-discrimination laws.

How to Apply:

Email your cover letter and resume to Anna Chan at achan@casadimir.org

Apr 14, 2021

Learning Resource Teacher/Learning Specialist

Montessori School of Northern Virginia City:   Annandale, VA, usa

Contact: humanresources@msnv.org

The Learning Resource Teacher/Specialist will work with our Learning Support Team to provide additional academic support for children in a prepared Montessori environment. This environment shall challenge each child to reach his/her fullest potential in accordance with the Montessori philosophy and MSNV policies and procedures.

This position will work with individual and/or small groups of children who have been identified as needing additional support during the academic year. The Learning Resource Teacher/Specialist will also administer assessments to students as needed. This position will also work closely with the classroom teacher to facilitate learning in an environment that respects each individual student to reach academic success.

College degree in education or other related field and at least three years of experience in a learning support position required. Montessori Teaching credential preferred. Reading Assessment experience desired such as Orton-Gillingham, Wilson Reading Program, etc. This position may be a part time or full-time position.

Apr 14, 2021

Upper Elementary Lead Teacher

Montessori School of Northern Virginia   Annandale, VA, usa

Contact: humanresources@msnv.org

The Upper Elementary Lead Teacher is a guide who prepares and directs the children’s activities in a Montessori environment. This environment shall challenge each child to reach their fullest potential intellectually, emotionally, physically, socially and spiritually in accordance with Montessori curriculum and MSNV policies and procedures for the age group in which a Montessori certificate is held and classroom assigned.

College degree in education or other related field and at least three years of experience as a classroom teacher required. Montessori Teaching credential required.

Apr 14, 2021

Elementary Teacher, Lower Grades 1-3

Casa di Mir Montessori School   Campbell, CA, usa

Contact: achan@casadimir.org

Casa di Mir’s Mission Statement:

Our mission is to provide an authentic Montessori education in a nurturing school community. With a strong emphasis on academics, creativity and peace education we provide a learning experience that promotes confidence, individual responsibility, and a strong sense of global citizenship.

Position Summary:

The Lower Elementary Teacher creates an environment that is conducive to the growth and development of children in the realization of their fullest learning potential. She or he is responsible for the generation and improvement of all school curricula in writing and the pedagogical growth and development of the school as well as the day-to-day teaching and functioning of his or her class. The Teacher prepares materials to meet the needs of the children, and operates in a manner in keeping with Montessori Method and concerns for educational excellence. The Teacher has responsibilities to children, parents, staff, Administrator, and Board.

Duties:

• Applies professional knowledge of child development principles to interpret the Montessori philosophy in a manner that assures developmental growth.

• Develops and implements curriculum plans and activities that are supportive of the age group of the children.

• Collaborates with the Director of Education and Head of School on program changes. Ensures that the program fosters the intellectual, physical, social, emotional, and moral/ethical growth of all children enrolled.

• Protects the working atmosphere of the group at all times.

• Notifies the Head of School of difficulties with children, parents or staff.

• Assists in determining requirements for program equipment and materials and insures furnishings and materials are complete and correspond to the needs of the group.

• Responsible for the care and maintenance of classroom materials to include having the children share in the responsibility. Maintains inventory for all furnishings and materials.

• Works with the Assistant on a day-to-day basis to insure practical application of the Montessori policies and procedures and is available to provide guidance and direction as required.

• Establishes time to give the Assistant the opportunity to share questions and observations.

• Maintains daily academic records and attendance record book.

• Holds two parent conferences each year to discuss each child’s progress and maintains ongoing communication with parents regarding their child’s specific needs.

• Responsible for the safety and physical well-being of the children at all times. Notifies the Head of School immediately of any safety hazards and reports any and all accidents immediately. Trains and supervises children in the execution of fire drills. Insures a routine is clearly established and the building exited with dispatch and order.

• Attends staff meetings, school events and in-service programs as scheduled. Attends committee meetings and special meetings requested by the Head of School.

• Responsible for the development and implementation of parent information sessions. Conducts class meetings for parents when appropriate.

• Prepares and distributes class newsletters on a schedule approved by the Head of School. Assists with any other projects, programs and planning as assigned by the Head of School.

Qualifications:

• Ability to relate to children and adults with maturity, respect and compassion.

• Montessori Credential for appropriate age level

• Bachelor degree in a related field

• Minimum of 1 year experience at the appropriate age level

• Excellent verbal and written skills

• Demonstrated organizational skills

• First Aid and CPR certification

Physical Requirements and Work Environment:

• Frequently bend, stoop, kneel and crouch in order to assist children; routinely sit on the floor with children. Walk and stand routinely.

• Occasionally lift up to 50 lbs.

• Work in a demanding environment dealing with a wide variety of challenges and a varied and diverse array of contacts.

• Work intermittently in outside weather conditions, including heat and cold.

• Sensory Requirements: this job requires visual and auditory perception and the ability to communicate orally.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Benefits:

Full time staff are eligible for medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement 403(B), paid vacation, and sick days. We also offer tuition remission for your children. Casa di Mir is known for its phenomenal community where you work in a remarkable environment with outstanding staff, students and families.

Equal Employment Opportunity:

Casa di Mir Montessori School believes that each individual is entitled to equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or workers’ compensation history or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or local anti-discrimination laws.

How to Apply:

Email your cover letter and resume to Anna Chan at achan@casadimir.org

Apr 14, 2021

Montessori Teaching Fellow

Shining Stars Montessori Academy   Washington DC, DC, usa

Contact: careers@shiningstarspcs.org

About Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School

Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School’s mission is to offer a quality Montessori education infused with culturally inclusive principles to guide children to develop to their fullest potential.

Program Summary

The first step in creating a truly great classroom environment is finding a strong teacher to lead it. Bring your passion for ‘greenhousing’ and and supporting our youth at Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public School

Selected applicants will spend the summer training with AMS , AMI , IMC and/or a MACTE approved teacher training program and a year in the classroom at SSMA — working on certification as a Montessori Guide. Your tuition will be paid in full by Shining Stars Montessori Academy. Upon completion of your training program, you will have the opportunity to continue to work with a Montessori trainer and become a Montessori Co- Guide/Teaching Fellow in one of our Primary or Elementary (Lower or Upper) classrooms.

During this training period, you will be working alongside a certified Montessori teacher in our multi aged and multi- graded classrooms:

Grade Level(s) -: PreK3-PreK4, Kindergarten, 1-3 and/or 4-6

Time Frame: Training Program begins in June 2021 ( or as is determined by the Teacher Education Program).

About Us: Shining Stars Montessori Academy PCS (SSMA) is a fully accredited Montessori public charter school. Additionally, SSMA is also accredited by the Middle States Association/Commission on Elementary and Secondary Schools(MSA/CES. Located in Washington, DC, we are committed to our mission of “challenging each child to achieve…” and we pride ourselves on our students’ ability to achieve high results in their middle schools, based on the foundations gained in grades PreK 3 -6 at SSMA..

In our school you will find smiling faces, and opportunity. While working at SSMA you will make a difference in the lives of our over 300+ students. You will gain invaluable experience and have fun along the way. In this position, a cohesive leadership team of directors , staff and consultants will be there to support you every step of the way. Along with our result-driven Montessori curriculum and commitment to educating the whole child – academically, morally, and socially – you and your students will be set up for success.

Required Competencies & Qualifications:

Experience helping students achieve academic , developmental, social/emotional goals

Proven ability to work as a member of a diverse team of educators

Willingness to support and ‘grow’ students with exceptional needs in the inquiry-based Montessori environment and learning model

Strong interpersonal skills

Excellent written and communication, and problem solving skills

Ability to write reports, correspondence, and classroom newsletters for parents

Demonstrate the capacity for independent work, flexibility

Ability to provide services to all children and families with respect and dignity

Ability to understand and willingness to work with a range of learning styles

Commitment to upholding the school’s mission, and confidentiality of students and parents

Minimum Education Qualifications:

Must minimally possess a Bachelor’s Degree in ECE, Elementary Education and/or or related discipline and/or hold a valid teacher license in the subject and/or grade level for which you are applying

Minimum Experience (number of years), Knowledge and/or Abilities:

Candidates must possess a love of children and a sense of humor -definitely required

Candidates with 1-3 prior years experience working with diverse student populations – preferred

Candidates with 1-3 years prior experience working in a private, public or public charter Montessori preferred but not required .

Experience working with diverse student populations – preferred.

Candidates who enjoy working in a diverse environment and who are themselves bilingual are encouraged to apply.

Candidates with an appreciation for Montessori principles and philosophy are encouraged to apply.

Working knowledge of Google Docs suite of applications and virtual learning and videoconferencing platforms such as Google Classroom, Zoom, Seesaw, Canvas etc.

Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing.

CPR and First Aid License preferred but not required.at employment

Required Documents

Cover Letter

Resume

Optional Documents

Transcripts

Teaching License

How to Apply

Submit a cover letter and resume, in one document, to careers@shiningstarspcs.org and include the position title (i.e., Montessori Teaching Fellow) in the subject line.THEN

Go to the Careers page at http://www.shining starspcs.org to complete the employment application.

Compensation:

Salary for this position is competitive and commensurate with prior experience. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package is included while in training..

Working Conditions:

The working environment characteristics described represent those an employee encounters while performing the essentials functions of this job. The position involves sitting, bending, standing, push and reach with both hands/ arms as necessary, and may require some lifting up to 40lbs. In addition, routinely uses standard office equipment.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by the employee assigned to this position. This is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities associated with this position. Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School reserves the right to amend and change responsibilities to meet business and organizational needs.

Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.

Apr 14, 2021

Montessori Preschool Lead & Assistant teachers

Global Village Montessori   Milpitas, CA, usa

Contact: nikki.yelam@gvmontessori.com

Global Village Montessori Preschool is a quality preschool with a balanced curriculum that is well-liked by children, parents, and teachers. We are hiring for Lead and Assistant primary classroom (3-5 years) teachers for our Milpitas Location.

Requirements: 12 ECE units, AMS or AMI Montessori training desired. 1+ year experience working as a lead Teacher position

Benefits: Medical/Dental (after probationary period) paid vacations, paid school holidays.

IMMEDIATE OPENING!

Apr 12, 2021

Middle School Guide/Teacher

Providence Montessori Middle School   Lexington, KY, usa

Contact: middleschoolteacher21@gmail.com

Full-time teaching position with expertise in either Math/Science or English/Humanities. Responsibilities include planning for and teaching classes in either Math or English, as well as planning for and team teaching classes in Science, Humanities, and Microeconomy/Occupations. Additional responsibilities include acting in an advisory role to a small group of students and their families, offering elective classes in personal areas of interest/expertise, and chaperoning 2-3 student trips each school year.

Requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, preference for Montessori Adolescent Certification or other Montessori training (Elementary, Primary, etc.) and willingness to obtain Montessori Adolescent training.

Apr 12, 2021

Lead Primary Guide

Headwaters School   Austin, TX, usa

Contact: hr@headwaters.org

Headwaters School in Austin, TX seeks a Primary Lead Guide to join our school community for the 2021-2022 school year. Beginning with a Montessori foundation and progressing to the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme, we are inspired, organized, and guided by our Purpose, Promise and PACT. We invite our students, guides, staff, parents and trustees to be Peacemakers, Advocated, Creators, and Thinkers. To learn more about Headwaters School and to apply please visit our website at https://www.headwaters.org/#about-us

Apr 12, 2021

Infant-Toddler Teacher/ Pre Primary Teacher

Montessori School of Laguna Beach   Laguna Beach, CA, usa

Contact: lagunamontessori@gmail.com

The Montessori School of Laguna Beach est. in 1975 in Southern California is looking for a dynamic, Montessori certified Infant Toddler Guide/ and a Pre-Primary Guide to join our excellent team. Our school serves children from 2 to 6 years of age in an authentic Montessori environment. We provide a warm, friendly and supportive work environment. and have been a leader in developing young minds in our community for over 40 years.

The position is available in August 2021.

The Candidate should have a passion for creating an authentic Montessori environment and in guiding to unfold the potential of each child. A positive communicator, a team player, excellent organizational skills, and above all loving and nurturing are some of the qualities needed. Candidates should have a credentialed Montessori Diploma, and experience in the classroom. We are excited to welcome a suitable candidate, to our Montessori family here in beautiful Laguna Beach, where teaching is not a voaction but a call from deep within our souls. If you are interested in learning more about the position please email us, with a resume with and a cover letter to The director, at lagunamontessori@gmail.com

Apr 12, 2021

Mathematics and Occupations Guide (Middle School)

Montessori Children's Community   Sewickley, PA, usa

Contact: office@montessorichildrenscommunity.org

Sewickley Montessori Middle School is an inclusive class of 7th and 8th grade students working together in an interdisciplinary learning environment. As part of the larger Montessori Children’s Community (preK-8) community, SMMS is a space for students entering their “third plane” of adolescent development after formal Montessori education throughout their childhood.

SMMS gives serious emphasis to supporting students in building up their executive function: capacity to be responsible for their own learning, self care, self advocacy, contribution to the group and awareness of themselves as part of a larger community. Students have a weekly

schedule akin to collegiate coursework, with specific days for different classes, meetings, and activities outside of the physical classroom. In addition to a spacious, living space oriented classroom, SMMS maintains a residential home with kitchen, meeting space, a large capacity garden, and garage workshop.

With close proximity to the town of Sewickley’s walkable neighborhood, and direct access to parks, field space, and docks on the Ohio River, SMMS students and teachers make frequent use of the opportunities that outdoor access make possible. Sewickley is approximately 15 minutes outside the city of Pittsburgh, affording numerous cultural, institutional, and historic resources for expanding themes of student learning.

Roles & Responsibilities

Mathematics Education:

Plan and deliver an age appropriate, student-focused continuum of academic lessons and learning activities in pre-algebra, algebra, and geometry;

Plan readings (real world math applications and research) and hands-on activities (puzzles, games, etc.) for weekly Math Seminar sessions;

Present students with a variety of concepts, manipulatives, and exercises that engage students in mathematical thinking and growth beyond academic math studies;

Prepare students for transition to a variety of high school academic math environments;

Occupations Education:

Occupations is a series of month-long units (alternating in schedule with Humanities) focused on practical knowledge within respective career fields. There are four units per academic year, focused on a diversity of vocabulary, historic context, math/science concepts, and hands-on skills with tools, technology, organizational practices, etc.

Plan and deliver an age appropriate, student-focused continuum of concept/skill lessons and hands-on activities relevant to the given unit’s occupation theme;

Maintain safe and organized space for tools, materials, and student work activities for each unit;

Coordinate contacts and logistics of culminating field trips, guest speakers, and/or virtual activities to provide contextual experience and professional perspective for students;

Community Leadership:

Participate in all SMMS community meetings, classroom cleaning, student-teacher lunch sessions, and student trips/outings as a guide in a Montessori adolescent program;

Provide continuous role modeling for students, while maintaining Montessori principles in regard to all communication, discipline, and academic expectations;

Two annual “boarding” weeks with students at the school’s residential house property;

School & Classroom Duties:

Chaperoning of students during Morning Greeting and Afternoon Departure;

Attend and contribute to Head teacher, middle school staff, whole staff meetings, and school events/parent meetings;

Completion of 15 hours of Professional Development each academic year; Periodic offerings of leadership for after school or summer learning camp programs;

Qualifications

Bachelor Degree or higher in education;

PA Instructor certification that covers Mathematics and/or Science for grades 7-8 (specific certifications may be obtained in course of employment);

Montessori Adolescent certification (may be obtained in course of employment); Ideally several years of successful teaching experience with adolescent aged students;

Dedication to Montessori principles as well as general openness to learn with the community and grow as an educator;

Compensation

In addition to a 12-month contracted salary (rate based on experience), this position has the option of live-in, year-round residency at the school’s house property

Apr 12, 2021

Primary Guide

Fiore Montessori School   Vienna, VA, usa

Contact: office@fioremontessori.com

Fiore Montessori School – a fully recognized AMI school from ages 16 months to 12 years – is seeking a talented AMI primary guide to take over an existing, established Casa of 21-28 children across 2.5 to 6 years of age.

Fiore offers competitive compensation and benefits (including 401K, health benefits, and time off over the summer). We have a special focus on professional development to enable your personal growth as a guide.

If you are passionate about your work and are looking for a home to grow in, email us your letter of interest and resume at office@fioremontessori.com

Apr 8, 2021

Primary and Lower Elementary guides

Aquinas and Old Town Montessori Schools   Alexandria, VA, usa

Contact: aquinasmontessorimv@gmail.com
  • Aquinas and Old Town Montessori Schools in Alexandria, Virginia are seeking warm, organized, and creative Primary and Lower Elementary guides with AMI or AMS teacher qualifications for fall 2021 who are able to communicate effectively and professionally with parents, students, and staff. Part time employment is an option.

    Salary is commensurate with credentials and experience and competitive with private Montessori schools in the area. Applicants must be authorized to work in the US.

    Please send your cover letter and resume to aquinasmontessorimv@gmail.com to the attention of Sheri Brennig.

Apr 8, 2021

Executive Director

PRAIRIE HILL Learning Center   Roca (near Lincoln), NE, usa

Contact: PHLCdirectorsearch@gmail.com

Executive Director of PRAIRIE HILL Learning Center, Lincoln, Nebraska

PRAIRIE HILL is seeking a dynamic, collaborative leader who is passionate about integrating Montessori education and the natural world. PRAIRIE HILL is a Montessori school in a beautiful rural setting with ~100 children aged 18 months – 8th grade and ~25 staff. Responsibilities of position include leading the daily operations of the school. This is a full time, salaried, twelve-month position with benefits. Please visit https://www.prairiehill.com/job-openings for more information and instructions on how to apply.

Apr 6, 2021

AMI- trained Assistance to Infancy (0-3), Primary (3-6), Lower(6-9) and Upper (9-12) Elementary Guide

Lotti and Maxim Montessori   Budapest, --, Hungary

Contact: hello@lottiandmaxim.com

Lotti and Maxim Montessori in Budapest, Hungary is seeking AMI-trained Assistance to Infancy (0-3), Primary (3-6), Lawer (6-9) and Upper (9-12) Elementary Guides for the schoolyear 2021/2022.

We are building the foundations of not only the first AMI Montessori school in the area, but with a true Montessori setting, with fully AMI trained teachers, in an environment designed by Montessorians.

We also interested in hiring teachers currently in training to become an AMI Guide.

Requirements: positive attitude, team player, committed, passion for authentic Montessori pedagogy, hardworker. Please send your CV to: hello@lottiandmaxim.com

Apr 6, 2021

Elementary Lead Guide (6-12 yrs)

Bovina Center Montessori School   Bovina Center, NY, usa

Contact: sophie@bovinamontessori.com

Come and join us at a new farm-based Montessori school in the Catskill Mountains, New York.

We are building an authentic Montessori school for ages 18 months – 18 years, on a permaculture farm in the beautiful hamlet of Bovina Center, NY. We hope to open the school this fall 2021.

We can offer:

A competitive salary (commensurate with experience), health benefits, paid vacation/holidays/sick time, Montessori conferences allowance, paid professional development, and tuition assistance for dependent children. Housing can also be offered.

Please submit your cover letter and application here: https://www.bovinamontessori.com/

Apr 6, 2021

Primary Lead Guide (3-6 yrs)

Bovina Center Montessori School   Bovina Center, NY, usa

Contact: sophie@bovinamontessori.com

Come and join us at a new farm-based Montessori school in the Catskill Mountains, New York.

We are building an authentic Montessori school for ages 18 months – 18 years, on a permaculture farm in the beautiful hamlet of Bovina Center, NY. We hope to open the school this fall 2021.

We can offer:

A competitive salary (commensurate with experience), health benefits, paid vacation/holidays/sick time, Montessori conferences allowance, paid professional development, and tuition assistance for dependent children. Housing can also be offered.

Please submit your cover letter and application here: https://www.bovinamontessori.com/

Apr 6, 2021

Toddler Lead Guide (18m-3y)

Bovina Center Montessori School   Bovina Center, NY, usa

Contact: sophie@bovinamontessori.com

Come and join us at a new farm-based Montessori school in the Catskill Mountains, New York.

We are building an authentic Montessori school for ages 18 months – 18 years, on a permaculture farm in the beautiful hamlet of Bovina Center, NY. We hope to open the school this fall 2021.

We can offer:

A competitive salary (commensurate with experience), health benefits, paid vacation/holidays/sick time, Montessori conferences allowance, paid professional development, and tuition assistance for dependent children. Housing can also be offered.

Please submit your cover letter and application here: https://www.bovinamontessori.com/

Apr 1, 2021

Primary Guide

Shining Stars Montessori Academy   Washington DC, DC, usa

Contact: careers@shiningstarspcs.org

AN EXCITING OPPORTUNITY TO BE PART OF AN ACCREDITED PUBLIC CHARTER MONTESSORI SCHOOL AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY IN WASHINGTON, DC

JOB DESCRIPTION: PRIMARY GUIDE/TEACHER

Job Opportunity: Primary Guide (ages 6-9; grades 1-3)

Location: Washington, DC

School Year : 2021-2022

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Job Opportunity: PRIMARY LEAD GUIDE (Ages 3-6)

Location: Washington, DC

Start Date: August 2021

Report(s) To: Principal

About Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School

Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School’s mission is to offer a quality Montessori education infused with culturally inclusive principles to guide children to develop to their fullest potential.

Position Summary:

We are seeking an AMS, AMI or MACTE certified and experienced Lead Guide(s) at the PRIMARY level to join our dynamic and expanding staff for SY 2021-2022. 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 the Shining Stars Montessori school community. The right candidate should possess maturity, dedication, high integrity, good judgment, ability to self-reflect as a member of the teaching staff, and the courage to grow as a teacher leader. We seek individuals with a clear understanding of Montessori ideals, deep knowledge of the development of children, classroom management and communication skills that nurture self-discipline, order, and confidence in young students. We can offer you a rewarding experience in a growing and diverse Montessori school in the nation’s capital.

Shining Stars Montessori Academy PCS is American Montessori Society and Middle States Association/Council on Elementary and Secondary School accredited. This is a full time and benefited position. Hours are typically Monday – Friday from 7:45am -4:30pm, with some weekend and evening activities . This position is in- person, but may require virtual presentation of lessons as well.

Essential Functions & Accountabilities:

Understand and promote the Shining Stars Montessori Academy PCS vision, mission, and goals to students, parents, and community

Develop and administer an authentic Montessori Primary curriculum and assessments consistent with the Montessori Method and aligned with the Montessori Learning Standards and District of Columbia Common Core State Standards

Conduct ongoing observations assessments of student learning, and modify instructional methods to fit individual student needs, including for students with special needs and/or English Language Learners

Lead individual and small group instruction as needed

Work with the community of students, teachers, parents and administrators, in articulating and maintaining the integrity and scope of the Montessori Method

Develop and prepare the Montessori classroom environment, materials, and lessons to meet the students’ needs and interests.

Present consistent individual and group lessons to the students and supporting each child’s socio-emotional and academic progress and learning success

Record observations of student work on a daily basis to check for student understanding, progress and achievement.

Manage and document student attendance on a daily basis.

Participate in ongoing professional development , recommended conferences, training programs, SSMA in-service and/or PD workshops, courses, and other areas of professional growth.

Participate in SSMA Back to School, Open House, Montessori Saturday Academy, Curriculum Day, Peace Assemblies and other special/extracurricular activities and programs as requested.

Administer standardized tests in accordance with District of Columbia and Public Charter School Board assessment requirements

Instruct students in the principles of Grace and Courtesy

Develop and sustain positive relationships with parents, children and families

Attend all school staff meetings, and other meetings as required

Check/examine shared areas such as bathroom, playground, for health and safety hazards

Required Competencies & Qualifications:

Maintain confidentiality

A passion for growing independent, confident and intellectually curious children;

Ability to provide services to all children and families with respect and dignity

Ability to understand and willingness to work with a range of learning styles is required

Excellent listening and communications skills

Strong written and verbal communications skills

A love of children and a sense of humor

Education and Experience:

Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Education, Early Childhood Education or a related discipline is required; Master’s Degree preferred.

AMS , AMI , IMC certification/Diploma in Primary Education or from a MACTE recognized or approved Teacher Education Program required.

Teaching license and or eligible to qualify for one via the Office of the State Superintendent of Education in Washington, DC

Prior teaching experience in a Montessori classroom environment preferred.

Prior experience working in a school with a diverse student population and staff

Praxis I & II certification and passing scores preferred

Spanish or French language fluency a plus

Advanced degrees, or multiple credentials (e.g., Special Education, Reading, ESOL, Music, Art, etc.)

Must be eligible to work in the United States

A love of children and a sense of humor

Compensation:

Salary for this position is competitive. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package is included.

How to Apply:

Submit a cover letter and resume, in one document, to careers@shiningstarspcs.org and rrodriguez@shiningstarspcs.org and include the position title in the subject line (for example : Primary Montessori Guide.

Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.

Apr 1, 2021

Primary Guide

St. Croix Montessori   Chrisitiansted, --, Virgin Islands

Contact: ssullivan@stcroixmontessori.com

St. Croix Montessori located on St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Island is seeking an AMI trained Primary Guide for the school year of 2021-2022. We are looking for a warm, nuturing,dedicated and energetic Montessorian to guide a small but growing class starting in August 2021. We are offering a competitive salary commensurate with experience and health insurance.

St. Croix Montessori, a non-profit school on a beautiful campus overlooking the Caribbean Sea , has a Primary and Elementary

program that serves 35-40 children. If you are interested in joining our committed Montessori team, please send a letter, resume and references to: Sylvia M. Sullivan at ssullivan@stxmontessori.com

Apr 1, 2021

A to I, Primary, Elementary, Adolescent Guides

Ecole Montessori Casablanca   Casablanca, --, Morocco

Contact: aicha.sajid@montessoricasablanca.com

Ecole Montessori Casablanca

AMI Montessori in Morocco

EMC is the first thriving community of AMI professionals in Morocco, seeking to embody Dr. Montessori’s vision and rigorously apply its principles. Our school is supervised by AMI trainers and consultants, and our staff is 100% AMI trained from across the globe!

We are expanding and considering staff for the school year 2021-2022:

• Assistants to Infancy

• Primary Guides

• Elementary Guides

• Middle School Guides

Let’s meet!

Aicha Sajid aicha.sajid@montessoricasablanca.com

Facebook Ecole Montessori Casablanca

www.montessoricasablanca.com

www.erdkindercasablanca.com

Interested in hearing more about what our staff thinks? www.montessoricasablanca.com/the-team

Apr 1, 2021

Primary (3-6) and Elementary (6-12) AMI Guides

Taiwan International Montessori Experimental School   Taipei, --, Taiwan

Contact: taiwanmontessori.hr@gmail.com

Taiwan International Montessori Experimental School (TIMES) is seeking:

Primary (3-6) AMI Guide

Elementary (6-12) AMI Guide

Our goal is to offer an authentic Montessori program that serves and connects both Taiwanese and international students in an immersive bilingual environment.  More specifically, TIMES provides a warm, supportive, developmentally appropriate environment wherein each child undertakes the work of realizing their full potential.

Candidate qualifications:

– AMI Diploma

– Bachelor’s degree

– At least 3 years experience

Start: Immediate or August 2021

Attractive salary and benefits, with a highly supportive administrative staff.

Please send your resume to: taiwanmontessori.hr@gmail.com

Mar 29, 2021

Head of School

Guadalupe Montessori School   Silver City, NM, usa

Contact: board@guadalupemontessori.org

Guadalupe Montessori School is seeking an experienced, organized, and thoughtful Head of School, who is responsible for overall planning, operation, financial management, and policy and program implementation in line with the school’s mission, vision and goals. Montessori experience, grant experience, and nonprofit experience preferred.

Founded in 1979, Guadalupe Montessori School is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that serves children from 18 months to 12 years year round in rural, southwest New Mexico.

To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter and three references to the Guadalupe Montessori School Board of Directors at board@guadalupemontessori.org.

Mar 29, 2021

AMI Trained Elementary Guide

St. Catherine's Montessori   Houston, TX, usa

Contact: stracy@stcathmont.org

St. Catherine’s Montessori, located at 9821 Timberside Dr., Houston, Texas, is seeking a dedicated and enthusiastic AMI trained Elementary Guide to work full time. St. Catherine’s is an independent Catholic Montessori school founded in 1966 and serving learners from 14 months through high school.

The candidate must possess an Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) elementary teaching diploma (ages 6-12) and a bachelor’s degree in any field. Successful candidates need to whole-heartedly support the vision, mission, culture and values of St. Catherine’s. Teachers interested should send resumes to the Head of School, Ms. Susan Tracy at stracy@stcathmont.org.

Mar 29, 2021

Lower Elementary

Rooted Life Montessori   Burleson, TX, usa

Contact: kathy@rootedlifemontessori.com

Rooted Life Montessori’s growing staff have current and future positions for our Summer and Fall terms. We welcome passionate and innovative individuals who align with fluid and open-minded application of the authentic Montessori philosophy. Our instructors’ daily practice of keen mental flexibility is imperative to the success of the learning-different child. When remediating areas of underdevelopment, we champion implementing strategies that stretch the child towards their highest individual potential.

In addition, our ideal candidate(s) are required to have a theoretical understanding of:

ABA

Tao of Montessori

Scaffolding

MACAR

Neuroplasticity

Kindly visit our website to learn more about our mission.

Mar 25, 2021

School Director

Swan River Montessori Charter School   Monticello, MN, usa

Contact: jessicaf@swanrivermontessori.org

Swan River Montessori Charter School is a school in Monticello, MN where educators inspire a passion for learning in an intentionally Montessori community of 165 students from preschool to 6th grade. Our vision is to employ an inter-disciplinary approach to education by teaching the whole child (heart, mind, and soul). The Montessori learning environment is designed to foster this whole child approach by meeting the child’s inherent needs of self-discovery, creativity, independence, and competence.

Swan River Montessori (SRMCS) has created a kind, respectful environment where each child has a sense of belonging. Learning at Swan River Montessori Charter School involves the student, the student’s family, the teachers, and the larger community. SRMCS supports family and community participation in each child’s education by utilizing and appreciating community resources and the natural world as a learning environment. To learn more about SRMCS, visit our website at https://www.swanrivermontessori.org/.

SRMCS’s charter authorizer is Osprey Wilds Environmental Learning Center (formerly Audubon Center of the North Woods). Information about this non-profit organization can be found on their website at ospreywilds.org.

We are looking for a passionate and motivated person with strong leadership skills to lead this school on its future journey! A leader with strong written and verbal communication skills and a love for Montessori education!

Summary: Coordinates educational activities and day-to-day operations while promoting the mission and philosophy of the school by performing administrative duties such as supervision and training of staff, fiscal management, and public relations.

Essential Qualifications:

A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution of higher education and a valid Minnesota teaching license.

Desired Qualifications:

Accredited AMI or AMS training in at least one of the three training categories (Children’s House, Lower Elementary, Upper Elementary)

A Master’s Degree in Education or a related field

Three or more years of experience teaching in a Montessori school

Three or more years of administrative experience

One or more years working in a charter school

Application Information:

All interested applicants must submit a letter of interest and resume to Jessica Frederiksen, contact information below. The applicant will be contacted should an interview be requested. Submissions via email are preferred! The position will remain posted until filled.

Come join a dedicated and awesome staff community supported by great families in a beautiful educational environment. We look forward to meeting you!

Jessica Frederiksen

Swan River Montessori Charter School

500 Maple Street

Monticello, MN 55362

Phone: (763) 271-7926

Fax: (763) 295 -0075

Email: jessicaf@swanrivermontessori.org

Mar 25, 2021

Full Time 0-3 AMI qualified Guide

Small World Montessori   Oxford, --, United Kingdom

Contact: leonor.couper@smallworldmontessori.co.uk

Small World is a well-established Montessori school in Oxford, UK, and we are recruiting a full time AMI 0-3 qualified guide.

This is a permanent, full time position. Candidates should ideally have classroom experience, good levels of organisation, ability to do planning, record keeping and observation work.

Small World Montessori is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and preventing extremism. All staff are expected to share this commitment.

An enhanced police clearance is required for this position.

Please contact Mrs Couper in the first instance by e-mail: Leonor.Couper@smallworldmontessori.co.uk

Mar 25, 2021

Upper and Lower Montessori Guides

Hill Point Montessori Preparatory School   West Hills, CA, usa

Contact: dayanitkn@gmail.com

The guide should have proficiency in Teaching and guiding students using the Montessori principles and practices. He/she are able to identify the abilities of students and place them in the level that challenges them and deliver to meet their potential. Be of knowledge to give every opportunity to bring out the best character in every student. Be flexible and be a good team player. Have a great attitude. Experience in teaching Elementary levels are a must.

Mar 25, 2021

Lead Toddler Teacher

Montessori Academy   Meridian, ID, usa

Contact: joshinskie@springedugroup.com

Fully implements the Montessori curriculum in accordance with directives and guidelines for implementation, demonstrates understanding of school’s educational programs

-Utilizes Montessori curriculum planning, including Practical Life, Sensorial, Academic (Language/Literacy and Math), and the Cultural Subjects (Science, Art, Music, Health, Geography, and History) and ensures access and equity.

-Acknowledges and encourages diversity and varying viewpoints by providing images and experiences that reflects the local and global communities.

-Assesses developmental needs of children and works to incorporate individual students’ learning, physical and emotional needs.

-Maintains accurate and timely educational assessments and progress portfolios for all students assigned.

ESSENTIAL SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:

-Montessori (AMS or MACTE) certified.

-High School diploma or GED required along with 2+ years of college with at least a 2.5 GPA (Degree in ECE preferred).

-2+ years of experience in a Montessori classroom in a licensed early childhood development center.

-Must be 18 years of age or older.

Mar 22, 2021

A TO I TEACHING POSITION AVAILABLE

Pacific Rim International School   San Mateo, CA, usa

Contact: yingying.sm@printschool.org

Pacific Rim International School (PRINTS) is seeking an AMI A to I trained guide working on our San Mateo campus.

PRINTS is a unique, AMI-recognized, dual immersion school which offers two exciting and innovative tracks: a Chinese-English program and a Japanese-English program. Each environment has three trained adults working together, each speaking and teaching in his/her mother tongue. Individuals with experience and fluency in one of these languages are strongly encouraged to apply (bilingualism is not required). At the heart of our programs is a shared passion for culture in all its variegated aspects and a commitment to meaningful education.

Our two campuses are located on both sides of the bustling San Francisco Bay: in the vibrant community of Emeryville in the East Bay and sunny San Mateo, south of San Francisco. Our emphasis on multiculturalism reflects the trademark cosmopolitan aspect of the larger San Francisco community.

If you share an enthusiasm for Montessori and cultural exchange, please tell us about yourself and send your resume to:

Pacific Rim International School

454 Peninsula Ave.

San Mateo, CA 94401

Tel. (650) 685-1881

www.pacificriminternationalschool.org

careers@printschool.org

Mar 22, 2021

Bilingual Lead Guide

Shining Stars Montessori Academy   Washington DC, DC, usa

Contact: careers@shiningstarspcs.org

BILINGUAL LEAD GUIDE (SPANISH)

PRIMARY (PreK3-Kindergarten)

LOWER ELEMENTARY (1st-3rd grade)

School Year: 2021-2022

Job Opportunity: Bilingual Primary Guide and Associate Guide

Department: Academic

Reports To: Principal

Location: Washington, DC

Start Date: August 2021

About Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School

Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School’s mission is to offer a quality Montessori education infused with culturally inclusive principles to guide children to develop to their fullest potential.

Position Summary:

Shining Stars Montessori Academy PCS (SSMA) is seeking a native-Spanish-speaking and/or bilingual (English/Spanish) Primary and Lower Elementary Guides to join our dynamic and expanding staff for SY 2021-2022. The applicant must be an AMS, and/or AMI trained Primary Lead Guide. We are also seeking a fluent Spanish-speaking Associate Guide for the same classroom.

The Guide and Associate selected will be working in a Spanish immersion classroom and will be expected to use Spanish at all times with the students, some of whom may be native Spanish speakers, and others may be English-only speakers.

Essential Functions & Accountabilities:

Understand and promote SSMA’s vision, mission, and goals to students, parents, and community

Develop and implement authentic Montessori Primary Curriculum and assessments consistent with the Montessori Method and aligned with the District’s Common Core State Standards

Conduct ongoing assessments and ensure that when following the child, modify instructional guidance to fit individual student needs, including for students with special needs and/or English Language Learners

Conduct individual and small group instruction as needed

Work with the community of students, teachers, parents and administrators, in articulating and maintaining the integrity and scope of the Montessori Method

Develop and prepare the Montessori classroom environment, materials, and lessons to meet the students’ needs and interests

Present consistent individual and group lessons to the students and support each child’s socio-emotional and academic progress and learning success

Manage and document student learning for accurate and complete record-keeping and reporting for all student activities, including attendance, teacher observations, student progress, and outcomes as required by SSMA, District of Columbia and Public Charter School Board procedures and applicable laws

Participate in ongoing professional development and in recommended conferences, training programs, SSMA in-service and/or PD workshops, courses, and other areas of professional growth

Participate in SSMA Open House, Montessori Saturday Academy, Field Day, and other special/extracurricular activities and programs as requested

Participate in reflective Montessori practice in conjunction with the SSMA Montessori Principal

Administer standardized assessments and Montessori ‘observations’ in

accordance with DC Public Charter School Board and OSSE requirements

Instruct students in the Montessori principles of Grace and Courtesy

Develop and sustain positive relationships with parents, children and families

Attend all school staff meetings, and other meetings as required

Check/examine shared areas such as bathroom, playground, for health and safety hazards

Required Competencies & Qualifications:

Maintain confidentiality

Possess a passion for growing independent, confident and intellectually curious children

Ability to provide services to all children and families with respect and dignity

Ability to understand and willingness to work with a range of learning styles

Excellent listening and communications skills

Strong written and verbal communications skills

A sense of humor

Education and Experience:

Bachelor’s Degree (or higher) from an accredited college or university in Spanish, Early Childhood or Elementary Education required; Master’s Degree preferred

AMS or AMI certification/Diploma in Primary (EC) or Elementary Education (Lower Elementary ) from a MACTE recognized or affiliate program required.

Prior Spanish teaching experience preferred

Prior experience in a Montessori classroom environment preferred

Praxis II certification and passing scores preferred

Native Spanish language fluency preferred

Advanced degrees or multiple credentials (e.g., Special Education, ESOL, Music, Art, etc.) preferred

Must be eligible to work in the United States

A love of/for children

Compensation:

Salary is competitive and commensurate with education and prior experience. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package is included.

Contact

Human Resource

Shining Stars Montessori Academy

1240 Randolph St. NE. Washington DC. 20017

Phone: (202) 723-1467

Email: Careers@shiningstarspcs.org

Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.

Mar 22, 2021

Lower Elementary Guide

Shining Stars Montessori Academy   Washington DC, DC, usa

Contact: careers@shiningstarspcs.org

LOWER ELEMENTARY GUIDE

Grades 1 – 3

School Year: 2021/22

Job Opportunity: Lower Elementary Guide (ages 6-9; grades 1-3)

Location: Washington, DC

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Reports to: Principal

Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School’s mission is to offer a quality Montessori education infused with culturally inclusive principles to guide children to develop to their fullest potential.

Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School is one of a handful of public Montessori schools in the nation’s capital. It is also the only public charter school, offering a program from preschool through sixth grade that is accredited by the American Montessori Society (AMS) and the Middle States Association-Commission on Elementary and Secondary Schools (MSA-CESS).

Shining Stars Montessori is seeking experienced elementary-trained Montessori Guides/Teachers to join our school family. The school currently has four Lower Elementary classrooms. Persons in this position may be asked to work both virtually and in person.

Essential Responsibilities

Major areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to:

Understanding and promoting the Shining Stars Montessori Academy PCS vision, mission, and goals to students, parents, and community.

Deliver the Primary Montessori Curriculum with fidelity while infusing culturally relevant practices and ensuring that state learning standards are being met;

Develop and administer an authentic Montessori Lower Elementary curriculum and assessments consistent with accredited Montessori training and aligned with the District of Columbia’s Common Core State Standards.

Conduct daily observation/assessments of student learning, and modify instructional methods to fit individual student needs, including for students with special needs, English Language Learners and/or advanced learners.

Prepare the environment daily to meet children’s various needs by ensuring the classroom is well-equipped;

Organize and maintain a system for accurate and complete record-keeping/reporting for all student activities, including but not limited to: achievement and attendance as required by the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) and Public Charter School Board procedures

Participate in ongoing professional development, staff meetings and recommended conferences, training programs, courses, and other areas of professional growth as required by the school.

Instruct students in the principles of the school’s Grace & Courtesy and Peace curricular.

Hold a minimum of two formal conferences yearly with parents to effectively communicate student progress.

Communicate regularly with parents to promote the school’s mission, objectives, and policies and to foster an environment of open communication.

Be available to the Classroom/Teaching Assistant to provide opportunities to share questions and observations.

Partake in the school’s cycle of evaluation;

Participate in the establishment and maintenance of an atmosphere of collegial support and adherence to professional standards.

Model integrity, curiosity, responsibility, creativity, and respect for all persons as well as an appreciation for racial, cultural, religious, linguistic, learning diversity; and

Be available to assist with additional duties as assigned.

Education & Qualifications

Elementary certification (ages 6-9) from a Montessori Accreditation Committee for Teacher Education (MACTE) approved program (AMS, AMI, IMS, NCME, etc.) appropriate to the age level being taught. Candidates may be at the Practicum stage of Montessori certification, however, full certification is preferred.

Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Elementary Education or related discipline applicable to the teaching assignment required.

Valid Licensure or certification in Elementary Education and/ a passing score on Praxis I and II highly preferred.

Advanced degrees, multiple credentials (e.g., Special Education, ESOL, etc.), Spanish or French fluency a plus;

CPR and First Aid certification preferred.

Teaching experience in a variety of instructional settings, including working with students from diverse populations and a commitment to cultural empowerment and culturally inclusive practices preferred;

Commitment to equity

A passion for growing independent, confident, and intellectually curious children;

A good listener with a love of children and sense of humor.

Compensation:

Salary for this position is competitive. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package is included.

Contact

Human Resource

Shining Stars Montessori Academy

1240 Randolph St. NE. Washington DC. 20017

Phone: (202) 723-1467

Email: Careers@shiningstarspcs.org

Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.

Mar 22, 2021

Upper Elementary Guide

Shining Stars Montessori Academy   Washington DC, DC, usa

Contact: careers@shiningstarspcs.org

MONTESSORI LEAD GUIDE UPPER ELEMENTARY

Grades 4 – 6

School Year: 2021/22

Location: Washington, DC

Start Date: August 2021

Report(s) To: Principal

About Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School

Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School’s mission is to offer a quality Montessori education infused with culturally inclusive principles to guide children to develop to their fullest potential.

Position Summary:

We are seeking an AMS, AMI or MACTE certified and experienced Lead Guide(s) at the Upper Elementary level to join our dynamic and expanding staff for the 2021-2022 school year. 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 the Shining Stars Montessori school community. The right candidate should possess maturity, dedication, high integrity, good judgment, ability to self-reflect as a member of the teaching staff, and the courage to grow as a teacher leader. We seek individuals with a clear understanding of Montessori ideals, deep knowledge of the development of children, classroom management and communication skills that nurture self-discipline, order, and confidence in young students. We can offer you a rewarding experience in a growing and diverse Montessori school in the nation’s capital.

Shining Stars Montessori Academy PCS is American Montessori Society and Middle States Association/Council on Elementary and Secondary School accredited. This is a full-time and benefited position. Hours are typically Monday – Friday from 7:45 am – 4:30 pm, with some weekend and evening activities. The position may involve providing instruction/presentations both in-person and virtually.

The school is located in northeast Washington, DC (Brookland, Ward 5) near the Catholic University campus.

Essential Functions & Accountabilities:

● Understand and promote the Shining Stars Montessori Academy PCS vision, mission, and goals to students, parents, and community

● Develop and administer an authentic Montessori Upper Elementary curriculum and assessments consistent with the Montessori Method and aligned with the Montessori Learning Standards and District of Columbia Common Core State Standards

● Work with a Co-Guide to present Montessori lessons, plan ‘going out’ expeditions for students

● Attend Montessori Model UN with Upper Elementary students and plan 6th-grade end of school year Study Trip

● Conduct ongoing observations assessments of student learning, and modify instructional methods to fit individual student needs, including for students with special needs and/or English Language Learners

● Lead individual and small group instruction as needed

● Work with the community of students, teachers, parents and administrators, in articulating and maintaining the integrity and scope of the Montessori Method

● Develop and prepare the Montessori classroom environment, materials, and lessons to meet the students’ needs and interests.

● Present consistent individual and group lessons to the students and supporting each child’s socio-emotional and academic progress and learning success

● Record observations of student work on a daily basis to check for student understanding, progress and achievement.

● Manage and document student attendance on a daily basis.

● Participate in ongoing professional development, recommended conferences, training programs, SSMA in-service and/or PD workshops, courses, and other areas of professional growth.

● Participate in SSMA Back to School, Open House, Montessori Saturday Academy, Curriculum Day, Peace Assemblies and other special/extracurricular activities and programs as requested.

● Administer standardized tests in accordance with District of Columbia and Public Charter School Board assessment requirements

● Instruct students in the principles of Grace and Courtesy

● Develop and sustain positive relationships with parents, children and families

● Attend all school staff meetings, and other meetings as required

● Check/examine shared areas such as bathroom, playground, for health and safety hazards

Required Competencies & Qualifications:

● Maintain confidentiality

● A passion for growing independent, confident and intellectually curious children;

● Ability to provide services to all children and families with respect and dignity

● Ability to understand and willingness to work with a range of learning styles is required

● Excellent listening and communications skills

● Strong written and verbal communications skills

● A love of children and a sense of humor

Education and Experience:

● Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Education, Elementary Education or a related discipline is required; Master’s Degree preferred.

● AMS , AMI or other MACTE approved Teacher Education Program certification/Diploma in Elementary

Education Prior experience in a Montessori) classroom environment is required

● Teacher license or certification (or eligibility to receive) in K-8 or K-12 education is

highly desirable.

● Prior experience working in a diverse student and adult community

● Praxis II certification and passing scores preferred

● Spanish or French language fluency a plus

● Advanced degrees, or multiple credentials (e.g., Special Education, Reading, ESOL, Music, Art, etc.)

● Must be eligible to work in the United States

● A love of children and a sense of humor

Compensation:

Salary for this position is competitive. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package is included.

Contact

Human Resource

Shining Stars Montessori Academy

1240 Randolph St. NE. Washington DC. 20017

Phone: (202) 723-1467

Email: Careers@shiningstarspcs.org

Shining Stars Montessori Academy Public Charter School does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.

Mar 18, 2021

Lower and Upper Elementary Guides

Montessori By The Sea   George Town, --, Grand Cayman

Contact: kourtni@mbts.ky

Lower and Upper Elementary Guides Needed in the Cayman Islands for the 2021/2022 School Year

Celebrating 20 years of educating children in the Cayman Islands, Montessori By The Sea is a growing community serving students from 20 months – 12 years.

We are recruiting Montessori Trained Lower and Upper Elementary guides who understand the importance of holistic development to provide an optimal educational environment, and who are ready to give a long-term commitment to the school.

Please visit our website: www.mbts.ky and send your resume to Kourtni Jackson at kourtni@mbts.ky.

Mar 18, 2021

Montessori Lead Guide – Children’s House English

Paché Montessori   Brooklyn, NY, usa

Contact: czollinger@pachemontessori.com
  • Paché Montessori Cobble Hill is seeking Lead Guides for the 2021/22 school year for our Children’s House English (3 – 6 years) environment.

    Our anti-bias, antiracist Montessori school focuses on community growth, collaboration, and unity through shared values rooted in empathy and peace. With ample space in south Brooklyn, including two private outdoor spaces, our prepared school and classroom environment is fully equipped with materials and supplies to deliver a quality experience for children 3 months to 6 years old in English and full Spanish Immersion. A supportive community of families, guides and administrators alike, Paché Montessori truly puts the child at the center of decision-making. In order to best serve our children, we then prioritize how to best serve our teachers once we consider the child’s needs first. This principled approach allows our school to set up an environment that fosters growth, innovation, collaboration, empathy and support to individualize our classrooms and approach for each child in a deeply meaningful way.

    Join a team of like-minded, value-driven individuals pursuing our spiritual preparation together with frequent professional development opportunities along with personal growth investment to build a foundation together to change the world through the peaceful education of children.

    Lead Guides work a 10-month schedule, working throughout the academic school year, with summers off to pursue personal and professional growth, to return to school each fall eager and excited to continue guiding students. Our entire team enjoys a competitive salary, excellent health, dental and vision benefits as well as 20-25 paid holidays per year and ample flexible paid time off. In addition, Lead Guides enjoy discretionary classroom material and professional development budgets and sponsorship of annual Montessori conference attendance. This position exercises discretion and independent judgment to lead classes, prepare the Montessori classroom environment, create materials and activities, directly supervises and manages one or more Associate Guide and/or Floaters, handle complex parent and student issues, participate in campus events and community building.

    See summary full description of responsibilities and apply online at pachemontessori.com/employment. NOTE: Applicants are only considered once they have completed the online application found at the link above.

Mar 18, 2021

Montessori Lead Guide – Children’s House Spanish

Paché Montessori   Brooklyn, NY, usa

Contact: czollinger@pachemontessori.com

Paché Montessori Cobble Hill is seeking Lead Guides for the 2021/22 school year for our Children’s House Spanish (3 – 6 years) environment.

Our anti-bias, antiracist Montessori school focuses on community growth, collaboration, and unity through shared values rooted in empathy and peace. With ample space in south Brooklyn, including two private outdoor spaces, our prepared school and classroom environment is fully equipped with materials and supplies to deliver a quality experience for children 3 months to 6 years old in English and full Spanish Immersion. A supportive community of families, guides and administrators alike, Paché Montessori truly puts the child at the center of decision-making. In order to best serve our children, we then prioritize how to best serve our teachers once we consider the child’s needs first. This principled approach allows our school to set up an environment that fosters growth, innovation, collaboration, empathy and support to individualize our classrooms and approach for each child in a deeply meaningful way.

Join a team of like-minded, value-driven individuals pursuing our spiritual preparation together with frequent professional development opportunities along with personal growth investment to build a foundation together to change the world through the peaceful education of children.

Lead Guides work a 10-month schedule, working throughout the academic school year, with summers off to pursue personal and professional growth, to return to school each fall eager and excited to continue guiding students. Our entire team enjoys a competitive salary, excellent health, dental and vision benefits as well as 20-25 paid holidays per year and ample flexible paid time off. In addition, Lead Guides enjoy discretionary classroom material and professional development budgets and sponsorship of annual Montessori conference attendance. This position exercises discretion and independent judgment to lead classes, prepare the Montessori classroom environment, create materials and activities, directly supervises and manages one or more Associate Guide and/or Floaters, handle complex parent and student issues, participate in campus events and community building.

See summary full description of responsibilities and apply online at pachemontessori.com/employment. NOTE: Applicants are only considered once they have completed the online application found at the link above.

Mar 18, 2021

Primary and Lower Elementary Guides

Parkside Community School   Austin, TX, usa

Contact: courtney@parkcs.com

Parkside Community School, celebrating its 30th anniversary in Austin, Texas, is seeking experienced and Montessori-trained candidates for a Primary Lead Guide and a Lower Elementary Guide for the 2021-22 school year.

For more information, please visit: https://www.parksidecommunityschool.org/about/employment/

Mar 18, 2021

Upper Elementary Classroom Guide

Richmond Montessori School   Richmond, VA, usa

Contact: careers@richmont.org

Richmond Montessori School seeks a qualified Upper Elementary teacher to join our dynamic team, advancing the mission of the school: inspiring academic excellence and nurturing human potential. The Lead Upper Elementary Montessori Teacher is responsible for all aspects of the educational advancement for the students under her/his charge utilizing the best principles based in the Montessori tradition of education. The teacher demonstrates knowledge and practice of the core Montessori philosophy of respect for the individual learner, preparation of the environment, fostering independence, order and concentration in the student, and recognizing intrinsic motivation.

Minimum Qualifications:

AMS or AMI teaching credential in Upper Elementary

Excellent classroom management skills

Comfortable with the use of technology in the classroom;

Other, skills and qualifications:

An agile and growth mindset

A collaborative team player

Solutions driven with the capacity to manage ambiguity

Excellent verbal and written communication skills, time management, and organization skills

School Description: Located in Richmond, Virginia, Richmond Montessori School (RMS) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) independent school serving approximately 280 students aged 18 months-14 years, on two adjacent campuses incorporating almost eight acres of beautiful green space. For over 50 years RMS has remained dedicated to delivering an authentic Montessori education in a student-centered environment and has remained true to the mission of its founders and the principles of Dr. Maria Montessori. We are committed to providing a high fidelity Montessori education in the metro-Richmond area and are proud of our dual accreditation with the American Montessori Society and the Virginia Association of Independent Schools. Our dynamic team includes 60 dedicated, energetic, and passionate staff who are fully devoted to our core values: Character, Community, Authenticity, Respect, and Excellence.

The position begins on August 16, 2021. Richmond Montessori School is an equal opportunity employer and an open and affirming community. We seek candidates of diverse backgrounds. Interested and qualified candidates may submit a letter of interest along with a current resume and three references to Assistant Head of School, Kimberly Waite, at kwaite@richmont.org.

Compensation commensurate with experience and includes a highly competitive benefits package.

Mar 18, 2021

Primary/ Children’s House Lead Teacher

Walnut Farm Montessori School   Bentonville, AR, usa

Contact: lynette@walnutfarm.org

Walnut Farm Montessori School is seeking an experienced AMS credentialed Early Childhood teacher to lead a primary (3-6 year old) classroom. Our beautiful school campus is located in Bentonville, Arkansas and serves the Northwest Arkansas community. This is an amazing opportunity for an enthusiastic educator to serve at an AMS accredited school with a team of experienced Montessori teachers and staff. The position is for the 2021-2022 school year and beyond. Class size is limited to 24 students with 1 lead teacher and 1 assistant, as well as a beautiful, staffed outdoor classroom. Adult learners from an AMS affiliated credential program will be considered for the position.

Candidates are encouraged to visit our website www.walnutfarmmontessori.com for more information about our school and to find an application.

Walnut Farm is located in Bentonville; a beautiful town in Northwest Arkansas of approximately 50,000 residence. We are home to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, the Amazeum children’s museum, an art and food district, world class mountain biking and hiking trails that provide picturesque scenes of deciduous trees and clear streams, and a greenway connecting us to other local cities. We are also close to state parks and the Buffalo River National Park.

Mar 18, 2021

Lower Elementary Guide

West Hills Montessori School   Portland, OR, usa

Contact: anne@westhills-montessori.com

West Hills Montessori School is seeking an AMI-trained Elementary Guide to join our community for the 2021-2022 school year to lead one of our Lower Elementary classes. Founded in 1969, West Hills Montessori School serves children from 15 months of age through 6th grade.

The ideal candidate will be:

– Passionate about Cosmic Education

– Experienced working in a Montessori classroom

– Familiar with supporting children with learning differences

– Committed to self-reflection and continued learning

– Eager to join our administration, faculty, and staff in our collective journey to build understanding and commitment to Anti-Bias, Anti-Racist education

– Prepared to collaborate with both Primary and Elementary Guides

A competitive salary, professional development opportunities, and benefit package will be offered. Applicants should send their resume with a cover letter outlining their educational philosophy, and a list of references to Anne Blickenstaff, Head of School, at anne@westhills-montessori.com.

Mar 15, 2021

Primary Lead Guide

Thacher Montessori School   Milton, MA, usa

Contact: employment@thacherschool.org

Thacher Montessori School (Toddler-AP in Milton, MA) is accepting applications for lead guides for Children’s House for 2021-22 school year

The ideal lead guide candidate will have:

• At least three years of Montessori teaching experience at one level

• AMI or AMS Montessori training (AMI required at 0-3 and 3-6 levels)

More importantly, we are seeking lead guides with:

• Deep knowledge of Montessori theory

• Impressive experience with how to apply Montessori theory successfully

• A talent for innovative problem solving that is consistent with those same Montessori principles and practices

• An affinity for learning while leading a class

• A desire to shape a connected community of staff, parents, and students Thacher teaching staff members strive for the following qualities:

• Flexibility in addressing children’s needs

• Excellent observation skills

• A sense of humility and sense of humor with peers

• Great communication skills with students, parents, and colleagues

• The ability to listen and be present

Located within a half-mile of Boston city limits, the school enjoys a rich cultural and geographic diversity in a natural setting, lying between a 7,000-acre nature preserve and The Wakefield Estate, a 23-acre arboretum with livestock and specimen gardens. Each of our 9 classrooms in a 1989 building designed for Montessori schooling is led by a Montessori trained guide, assisted by a second faculty member and, at the elementary and adolescent levels, specialists. The school is AMS accredited for all ages and recognized at the 0-3 and 3-6 levels by AMI. With a strong foundation built over the last 50 years, the school is poised to carry out its missions as a fully realized and still developing Montessori community.

Email a letter of interest and resume for consideration to:

Deba Dunn, Head of School at employment@thacherschool.org

Mar 15, 2021

Primary Lead Teacher

The School of Montessori Inc   Nederland, TX, usa

Contact: schoolofmontessoriinc@gmail.com

Immediate opening for Montessori lead teacher of a lovely, well established Primary program. We seek applicants who will maintain our 40+ year legacy of excellence! Position reports to director. We operate during the school year with the possibility of optional summer months. We require an AMI diploma. Experience not necessary, but preferred. Salary commensurate with experience. Please visit our website schoolofmontessori-Nederland.org for more information about our school. Email resume or questions to schoolofmontessoriinc@gmail.com.

Mar 15, 2021

Primary, 3-6 and Lower Elementary, 6-9 Lead Teacher

Heart Montessori   Cincinnati, OH, usa

Contact: connect@heartmontessorischool.com

Heärt Montessori in Cincinnati, Ohio is interviewing Montessori trained and credentialed AMI candidates for a full or part-time Primary (3-6 years) and Lower Elementary teacher (6-9 years). The ideal candidate has experience working in a Montessori Lower Elementary classroom, has an interest or experience in growing food (permaculture/farm curriculum), has a mindfulness, meditation, or yoga practice, and believes in and practices a compassionate plant-based diet and lifestyle. The ability to work fluidly and enthusiastically as a team is essential as is the courage to grow personally and professionally so that the work environment may thrive.

Mar 15, 2021

ELEMENTARY TEACHING POSITION AVAILABLE

Pacific Rim International School   San Mateo, CA, usa

Contact: yingying.sm@printschool.org

Pacific Rim International School (PRINTS) is seeking an AMI elementary trained guide working on our San Mateo campus.

PRINTS is a unique, AMI-recognized, dual immersion school which offers two exciting and innovative tracks: a Chinese-English program and a Japanese-English program. Each environment has three trained adults working together, each speaking and teaching in his/her mother tongue. Individuals with experience and fluency in one of these languages are strongly encouraged to apply (bilingualism is not required). At the heart of our programs is a shared passion for culture in all its variegated aspects and a commitment to meaningful education.

Our two campuses are located on both sides of the bustling San Francisco Bay: in the vibrant community of Emeryville in the East Bay and sunny San Mateo, south of San Francisco. Our emphasis on multiculturalism reflects the trademark cosmopolitan aspect of the larger San Francisco community.

If you share an enthusiasm for Montessori and cultural exchange, please tell us about yourself and send your resume to:

Pacific Rim International School

454 Peninsula Ave.

San Mateo, CA 94401

Tel. (650) 685-1881

www.pacificriminternationalschool.org

careers@printschool.org

Mar 11, 2021

AMI Trained Primary Lead

Montessori Community School   Scotts Valley, CA, usa

Contact: madelynn@montessoricommunity.school

Montessori Community school is seeking a Primary trained Lead to join our school community! We are a team of dedicated Montessorians guiding children ages 6 weeks through kindergarten. We have one Nido, two Toddler and three Primary classes.

Our school is AMI recognized and we are located in beautiful Santa Cruz County California, close to beaches and surrounded by redwoods.

We are looking for a Guide to ideally start in June, but any time before August 23 will work just fine.

Please send resume and cover letter to madelynn@montessoricommunity.school

Mar 11, 2021

PRIMARY TEACHING POSITION AVAILABLE

Pacific Rim International School   San Mateo, CA, usa

Contact: yingying.sm@printschool.org

Pacific Rim International School (PRINTS) is seeking an AMI primary trained guide working on our San Mateo campus.

PRINTS is a unique, AMI-recognized, dual immersion school which offers two exciting and innovative tracks: a Chinese-English program and a Japanese-English program. Each environment has three trained adults working together, each speaking and teaching in his/her mother tongue. Individuals with experience and fluency in one of these languages are strongly encouraged to apply (bilingualism is not required). At the heart of our programs is a shared passion for culture in all its variegated aspects and a commitment to meaningful education.

Our two campuses are located on both sides of the bustling San Francisco Bay: in the vibrant community of Emeryville in the East Bay and sunny San Mateo, south of San Francisco. Our emphasis on multiculturalism reflects the trademark cosmopolitan aspect of the larger San Francisco community.

If you share an enthusiasm for Montessori and cultural exchange, please tell us about yourself and send your resume to:

Pacific Rim International School

454 Peninsula Ave.

San Mateo, CA 94401

Tel. (650) 685-1881

www.pacificriminternationalschool.org

careers@printschool.org

Mar 11, 2021

Montessori Director & Dean of Faculty (MD/DoF)

Greene Towne Montessori School   Philadelphia, PA, usa

Contact: ssweeneydenham@gtms.org

Greene Towne is seeking a Montessori Director/Dean of Faculty to begin in July 2021. Reporting to the Head of School, the Director is a key leader in the school who supports and strengthens the Montessori culture of the school and the entire academic program on a daily basis. S/he is responsible for the comprehensive development (assist in hiring, evaluating, coaching, etc.) of the faculty.

For full listing, go to gtms.org/employment

Deadline: 4/1/21. Position start date: 7/1/21. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.

Mar 11, 2021

Montessori Primary Lead Teacher

Greene Towne Montessori School   Philadelphia, PA, usa

Contact: ssweeneydenham@gtms.org
  • Greene Towne Montessori School is seeking qualified candidates for the position of a Primary Lead Teacher. The Primary Lead Teacher will plan and deliver Montessori instruction to 3-6-year-old students. This person would supervise and train the Assistant Teacher and meet with them to discuss classroom work and goals, develop lesson plans along with maintaining daily records of children’s activities and progress, have excellent communication skills both in written form and in speaking, and have regular, communication with families throughout the year.

    For full listing, go to gtms.org/employment

    Position start date: 8/30/21. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.

Mar 11, 2021

Primary Guide

Hershey Montessori School   Concord Township, OH, usa

Contact: HR@hershey-montessori.org

Open Position: Primary Guide

When Needed: 2021-22 School Year

Hershey Montessori School’s gracious and collaborative staff invite you to join the Primary Classroom/Children’s House team for a full-time lead teaching position in our Concord Campus. The Primary Guides and Assistants in the Children’s House have a broad range of experience and longevity and meet weekly to support each other in a culture that ensures every voice is heard and that community decision making is done by consent. We seek a Montessori Guide who is open, curious, and enthusiastic to learn from each child and who also values supporting the vital role of the parent. This role guides children from 3 years through 6+ years of age in a fully equipped, prepared environment with its own direct access to a dedicated fenced yard.

The Concord Campus programs are led by AMI-trained guides and serve children from infancy through elementary. The Huntsburg Campus is a fully integrated Montessori farm school on 97 acres surrounded by verdant farm, animal pastures and woodlands. This campus serves the Adolescent Community (ages 13 through 18 years) in both boarding and day programs and has been implementing a land-based Montessori pedagogy through 9th grade since 2000, expanding through high school grades for the first graduating class of 2018.

Hershey is fortunate to have a high-fidelity Montessori program, with parents and a board who are committed to, and advocating for, quality Montessori education for their children from infancy through high school.

Our school has a warm and vibrant staff culture built upon collaboration and supported by the long-term retention of experienced Montessori guides and assistants. Guided by an experienced and AMI-trained Head of School, who began service to HMS in 2006, our school values: deepening Montessori theory and practice; diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging for all; an intentional and inclusive organizational structure to foster self-governance; and a passion for expanding learning and creativity for a vibrantly engaged and growing community. We prioritize empathy and respect for every individual toward fostering relationships that create a community of adults and children who love learning, adapting, and growing together.

Salary is commensurate with experience. Offering health benefits and tuition remission for staff children from infancy through high school.

The school calendar is a 9 ½ month academic cycle from August 24, 2021 through June 3, 2022.

Requirements:

• AMI diploma / completing AMI diploma for Primary Guides

• Bachelor’s Degree preferred

• Ability to form relationships with parents and to support parents in monthly after school meetings, community events, and presenting to parents in workshop formats.

• Experience working collaboratively with assistants and open to training new assistants, as needed.

• Able to travel with children through uneven terrain in the woods and diverse outdoor environments in every season and model grace of movement in indoor environments.

• Strong spoken and written communication skills

Interested candidates may email a cover letter, resume, and references to hr@hershey-montessori.org.

Hershey Montessori School is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, sex or gender (including pregnancy, childbirth and pregnancy-related conditions), gender identity or expression (including transgender status), sexual orientation, marital status, military service and veteran status, physical or mental disability, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws and ordinances. Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply.

Mar 11, 2021

Lead Primary Guide

Mission Valley Montessori   Fremont, CA, usa

Contact: montessorifremontjobs@gmail.com

Montessori West is seeking a full time AMI or AMS trained guide at the Primary level for the coming 2021-2022 school year. With seven locations in the San Francisco, East Bay Area, the school cares for more than 500 students from toddler through Elementary. This position is an exciting opportunity to work with a team of faculty dedicated to authentic Montessori pedagogy.

The Ideal Candidate Will Have:

• A committed, deep understanding and passion for authentic Montessori pedagogy and practice

• The ability to collaborate with an existing Montessori community (including all 7 locations), while maintaining an identity of his/her own

• Confidence and experience in the lessons and extensions required in a 3-6 environment

• Experience in creating and maintaining professional relationships with students, parents, faculty and administration

Minimum Requirements for the Position:

• Must have an AMI or AMS Montessori Certificate from a recognized training program

• A minimum of 3 years working as a guide in a Primary environment preferred, but not required

• Must submit to LiveScan fingerprint testing though Department of Justice

Mission Valley Montessori offers a competitive salary, excellent benefit program and a chance to be part of a caring and supportive Montessori community.

Mar 11, 2021

Infant and Toddler Guide

Hershey Montessori School   Concord Township, OH, usa

Contact: HR@hershey-montessori.org

Open Position: Infant and Toddler Guide

When Needed: 2021-22 School Year

Hershey Montessori School’s gracious and collaborative staff invite you to join the Assistants to Infancy/Toddler team for a full-time lead teaching position in our Young Child Community. The Guides and Assistants in the A to I team have a broad range of experience and longevity and meet weekly to support each other in a culture that ensures every voice is heard and that community decision making is done by consent. We seek a Montessori Guide who is open, curious, and enthusiastic to learn from each child and who also values supporting the vital role of the parent. This role guides children from 12 through 36 months of age in a fully equipped, prepared environment with its own dining and bedroom areas along with direct access to a dedicated fenced yard.

The Concord Campus programs are led by AMI-trained guides and serve children from infancy through elementary. The Huntsburg Campus is a fully integrated Montessori farm school on 97 acres surrounded by verdant farm, animal pastures and woodlands. This campus serves the Adolescent Community (ages 13 through 18 years) in both boarding and day programs and has been implementing a land-based Montessori pedagogy through 9th grade since 2000, expanding through high school grades for the first graduating class of 2018.

Hershey is fortunate to have a high-fidelity Montessori program, with parents and a board who are committed to, and advocating for, quality Montessori education for their children from infancy through high school.

Our school has a warm and vibrant staff culture built upon collaboration and supported by the long-term retention of experienced Montessori guides and assistants. Guided by an experienced and AMI-trained Head of School, who began service to HMS in 2006, our school values: deepening Montessori theory and practice; diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging for all; an intentional and inclusive organizational structure to foster self-governance; and a passion for expanding learning and creativity for a vibrantly engaged and growing community. We prioritize empathy and respect for every individual toward fostering relationships that create a community of adults and children who love learning, adapting, and growing together.

Salary is commensurate with experience. Offering health benefits and tuition remission for staff children from infancy through high school.

The school calendar is a 9 ½ month academic cycle from August 24, 2021 through June 3, 2022.

Requirements:

• AMI diploma / completing AMI diploma for Assistant to Infancy

• Bachelor’s Degree preferred

• Ability to form relationships with parents and to support parents in monthly after school meetings, community events, and presenting to parents in workshop formats.

• Experience working collaboratively with assistants and open to training new assistants, as needed.

• Able to travel with children through uneven terrain in the woods and diverse outdoor environments in every season and model grace of movement in indoor environments.

• Strong spoken and written communication skills

Interested candidates may email a cover letter, resume, and references to hr@hershey-montessori.org.

Hershey Montessori School is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, sex or gender (including pregnancy, childbirth and pregnancy-related conditions), gender identity or expression (including transgender status), sexual orientation, marital status, military service and veteran status, physical or mental disability, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws and ordinances. Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply.

Mar 8, 2021

Adolescent Guide

Austin Montessori School   Austin, TX, usa

Contact: info@austinmontessori.org

Austin Montessori School in Austin, TX is accepting applications for an Adolescent Guide.

For more information and to apply, please visit www.austinmontessori.org/employment.

Mar 8, 2021

Primary Directress and Elementary Guide

Renaissance Montessori School   Nokesville, VA, usa

Contact: admin@rmsmail.org

Renaissance Montessori School (RMS), a Catholic Montessori environment, is growing! We are currently accepting resumes for a Primary Directress and Elementary Guide to join our thriving school beginning in the 21-22 Academic Year.

RMS has a deep commitment to the Catholic Faith, the teachings and principles of Dr. Maria Montessori, and the standards of the Association Montessori Internationale. Ideal candidates should share this commitment. AMI certification is required; Catechesis of the Good Shepherd training is advantageous.

Applicants can expect competitive salary and a supportive community.

Mar 8, 2021

Head of School

Children’s House of Bucks County Montessori   Fairless Hills, PA, usa

Contact: mrs.christina.martin@gmail.com
We seek a self-motivated, passionate and energetic Head of School with exceptional leadership skills and managerial experience in day-to-day operations and the ability to execute the school’s long-term vision established by the board.
The individual would be responsible for building upon the exceptional legacy and greatness the school has achieved over the past fifty-six years and be able to inspire and invigorate the existing learning community for decades to come. Ideally, a candidate for this role would have strong Montessori and early childhood pre-school administrative experience. Notwithstanding, we are also open to hiring a candidate with prior experience in education, with a passion for adapting to the Montessori early childhood
education philosophy and exceptional administrative, communication (social media/public /community) level and leadership skills.

CHBC is a small non-profit corporation located in Lower Bucks County. The school, led by a board of volunteer member directors, appoints the Head of  School as an educational leader to operate and manage the school.

Minimum job qualifications required for the position:
Bachelor’s Degree
The school currently operates the following programs:
Current Enrollment Capacity
(45 to 55 per year)
– Pre-Primary (18 months-36 months)
-Primary (3 years to 6 years)

To apply please email mrs.christina.martin@gmail.com with “CHBC-Head of School” in the subject.

Mar 4, 2021

Elementary Guide

Maria Montessori School   Toronto, --, Canada

Contact: mariamontessori@bellnet.ca

Maria Montessori School, an AMI Recognized school, has been providing high-fidelity Montessori education to children age 18 months to 12 years for over 40 years. At MMS we foster a close-knit, family-friendly community for our students, parents and staff.

Maria Montessori School is looking for a Montessori Elementary Guide starting Fall of 2021 who has the knowledge and skills necessary to implement AMI Montessori principles.

Duties and responsibilities:

• Implementing and delivering high-fidelity Montessori education

• Establishing a child-centered classroom that encourages children to be independent and to respect them-selves and others

• Reporting and record keeping that ensures that the Principal and parents are kept abreast of the chal-lenges, successes and competencies of each child

• Having effective communication skills, and actively and positively interacting with parents in both formal and informal settings

Qualifications and requirements:

• AMI Elementary training

• Experience in an Elementary classroom is an asset

• Current Standard First Aid and CPR or willingness to obtain

• Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Search within past 6 months

What MMS can offer you:

• Ongoing professional development opportunities

• Competitive salary and benefits package, including significant tuition discounts for staff children

• A collaborative, supportive, inclusive work environment

• And so much more…

If you think this position is right for you, please email a cover letter and CV to Matt Smith at mariamontesso-ri@bellnet.ca with “Elementary Guide” in the subject line. In your cover letter, please describe a time in which you saw joy in the eyes of a child. We thank all candidates for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Mar 4, 2021

Montessori Primary Directress

The Baltimore Montessori   Baltimore, MD, usa

Contact: thebaltimoremontessori@gmail.com

The Baltimore Montessori, a private school located in the beautiful and bustling urban environment of Baltimore, MD, is seeking a primary teacher. Employees will be offered a competitive salary with a generous benefit package (including 401K, medical, paid professional development, child care stipend/discounted education, etc.). Applicants must have AMS or AMI certification approved by MACTE, a validated Bachelor’s Degree, and be authorized to work in the United States. You can find us at www.thebaltimoremontessori.com. Interested applicants send resumes to: thebaltimoremontessori@gmail.com

Mar 4, 2021

Primary Lead Teacher (2.9 – 6yrs)

Clementine Montessori   Philadelphia, PA, usa

Contact: careers@clementinemontssori.org

Clementine is a small Montessori school located in Center City Philadelphia. We offer Montessori preschool and kindergarten programs for children from 2 years 9 months to 6 years of age.

We are in search of a warm, experienced lead teacher for the 2021 – 2022 school year. We offer a competitive salary and full benefits. Please visit our website at clementinemontessori.org to learn more about our unique school.

Mar 4, 2021

Lower Elementary Guide (In-Person)

Ruffing Montessori School   Cleveland Heights, OH, usa

Contact: debram@ruffingmontessori.net

Ruffing Montessori School seeks a bright, energetic, and collaborative full-time AMI-trained faculty member for our Lower Elementary. This co-educational, independent school, with over a 60 year history, serves children 18 months through 8th grade.

The ideal candidate will have earned an AMI Elementary Diploma (6-12 year olds), possess strong classroom management skills, and have relevant experience working with young children. The incumbent will be a highly motivated individual, knowledgeable about the care and development of all children. This position will lead a group of 25-30 children with the aid of a classroom assistant teacher. The incumbent must have strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills with families and colleagues. The ideal candidate will demonstrate enthusiasm for working with a team of professionals and possess a positive spirit and willingness to work cooperatively in an atmosphere of respect. The successful candidate will demonstrate keen enthusiasm and appreciation for Ruffing’s culture, values, and mission. Teaching experience in a Montessori environment is required.

Interested candidates are encouraged to send a letter of interest, current résumé, and list of three professional references to employment@ruffingmontessori.net. The School is eager to fill this position soon.

Mar 4, 2021

Toddler Community Guide (In-Person)

Ruffing Montessori School   Cleveland Heights, OH, usa

Contact: debram@ruffingmontessori.net

Available August 2021

Ruffing Montessori School seeks a bright, energetic, and collaborative full-time AMI-trained faculty member for our Toddler Community, now in its 15th year. This co-educational, independent school, with over a 60 year history, serves children 18 months through 8th grade.

The ideal candidate will have completed the AMI Montessori 0-3 teacher training, possess strong classroom management skills, and have relevant experience working with young children. The incumbent will be a highly motivated individual, knowledgeable about developmental characteristics of the 0-3 age group, and passionate about the care and development of all children. The Guide will lead a group of 12 to 14 toddlers with the aid of an assistant. The candidate will demonstrate enthusiasm for working with a team of professionals, possess a positive spirit, and demonstrate excellent communication skills. The successful candidate will demonstrate keen enthusiasm and appreciation for Ruffing’s culture, values, and mission.

Interested candidates are encouraged to send a letter of interest, current résumé, and list of three professional references to employment@ruffingmontessori.net. Materials will be reviewed as received and interviews will follow.

Mar 4, 2021

Spanish Language Teacher (In-Person)

Ruffing Montessori School   Cleveland Heights, OH, usa

Contact: employment@ruffingmontessori.net

Available April 2021

Our next full-time Spanish teacher will develop reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills for proficiency in the Spanish language, tailor lesson plans and projects for students, and complete assessments of individual student progress. The incumbent will work with students from Toddler through Middle School, ultimately preparing students for high school level Spanish II. Curriculum includes teaching about diverse Spanish culture, traditions, and social conventions.

The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree in Spanish language or equivalent; proven written and verbal proficiency in Spanish; and a teaching certificate or license. Candidates with Montessori Certification preferred. The incumbent will possess strong classroom management skills that foster respect for the students’ developmental needs, demonstrate enthusiasm for working with a team of professionals, possess a positive spirit, and demonstrate excellent communication skills. Most of all, the successful candidate will demonstrate keen enthusiasm and appreciation for Ruffing’s culture, values, and mission.

Interested candidates are encouraged to send a letter of interest, current résumé, and list of three professional references to employment@ruffingmontessori.net. A complete job description will be shared with applicants. Materials will be reviewed as received and interviews will follow. The School is eager to fill this role immediately.

Mar 1, 2021

Elementary Program Director

Childpeace Montessori   Portland, OR, usa

Contact: brittany@childpeace.org

Elementary Program Director

Childpeace Montessori is seeking an Elementary Program Director to join our administration and lead our well-established Elementary Program teams beginning Summer 2021.

This is a year-round, salaried and exempt position working Monday through Friday, generally from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. with occasional evening and weekend hours. The wage range begins at $65,000 per year. This position is benefit-eligible (medical, dental, and vision insurance, flexible spending, and more).

Our ideal candidate is an experienced Montessori professional with a bachelor’s degree and AMI Elementary Montessori Certification. They possess exceptional communication and organizational skills, and Montessori Elementary classroom experience as a lead guide. This position depends on refined skills as a team-player in a professional setting and can support a team toward program excellence through collaboration. The Elementary Program Director must demonstrate a positive and kind spirit to the important work of building relationships with students, families, and colleagues.

We prioritize candidates who bring enthusiasm, adaptability, and who model a willingness to develop skills to meet challenges. Candidates must be willing and able to work both on-campus and maintain a full-time schedule if a campus closure necessitates working from home.

This role is for someone who enjoys attending to many organizational tasks and working collaboratively with a stellar administrative team. The right person for this role thrives in describing Montessori as an ambassador with parents to help cultivate and sustain a strong parent/school partnership. This role supervises and provides coaching and support to 16 Elementary teaching and support staff within a larger school that serves students from Toddler Community through Middle School.

Additional requirements upon hire:

• Background clearance through the Department of Human Services

Within 30 days must obtain:

• Pediatric CPR/First Aid Certificate

• Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect (RRCAN)

• Introduction to Child Care Health and Safety (ICCHS)

• Prevention is Better Than Treatment (PBTT)

We are located in urban NW Portland and easily accessed by bike and public transportation. Childpeace supports our staff with a competitive salary structure and benefits package, a program rooted in AMI standards, a commitment to professional development, beautiful and well equipped classroom environments, strong administrative support, and a dynamic working community of Montessori professionals.

Interested applicants are invited to submit the following documents our employment page on or before March 15, 2021 at https://childpeace.org/employment.html:

• A cover letter describing where you are in your professional journey and why you are interested in this job

• Your resume detailing training and experience

• two references with names, how you are connected to them and contact information

*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.

Mar 1, 2021

Primary Lead Guide

Austin Montessori School   Austin, TX, usa

Contact: info@austinmontessori.org

Austin Montessori School in Austin, TX is accepting applications for an AMI-trained Children’s House Guide.

For more information and to apply, please visit www.austinmontessori.org/employment.

Mar 1, 2021

Assistants to Infancy Guide

Austin Montessori School   Austin, TX, usa

Contact: info@austinmontessori.org

Austin Montessori School in Austin, TX is accepting applications for an AMI-trained Assistants to Infancy Guide.

For more information and to apply, please visit www.austinmontessori.org/employment.

Mar 1, 2021

Head of School

Montessori Children's House   Portland, OR, usa

Contact: board@childrenshousepdx.com

Montessori Children’s House in Portland, OR is seeking a new Head of School to begin in May/June of 2021.

For more information about the position, please visit https://mch-pdx.org/head-of-school-opportunity/.

For questions, please email board@childrenshousepdx.com.

Feb 25, 2021

Directress Assistant or Directress (Toddler Program)

Prairie View Montessori   Aurora, IL, usa

Contact: pvminfo@gmail.com

Qualifications:

Montessori training/Certification is preferable.

Experience a definite Plus!

Part time (leading to full-time in future) positions available.

Competitive Salary & Benefits, Flexible Timings AND…..

Once in a Lifetime Opportunity to work in an authentic Montessori school.

Lots of opportunities to grow. Come and grow with us!

Feb 25, 2021

AMI Trained Elementary Guide

Montessori School in Pleasanton   Pleasanton, CA, usa

Contact: montessorifremontjobs@gmail.com

Montessori West is seeking a full time AMI-trained guide at the Elementary level for the coming 2021-2022 school year. With seven locations in the San Francisco, East Bay Area, the school cares for more than 500 students from toddler through Elementary. This position is an exciting opportunity to work with a team of faculty dedicated to authentic Montessori pedagogy.

The Ideal Candidate Will Have:

• A committed, deep understanding and passion for authentic Montessori pedagogy and practice

• The ability to collaborate with an existing Montessori community (including all 7 locations), while maintaining an identity of his/her own

• Confidence and experience in the lessons and extensions required in a 6-9, 9-12 or 6-12 environment

• Experience in creating and maintaining professional relationships with students, parents, faculty and administration

Minimum Requirements for the Position:

• Must have an AMI Montessori Certificate from a recognized training program

• A minimum of 3 years working as a guide in an Elementary environment preferred, but not required

• Must submit to LiveScan fingerprint testing though Department of Justice

Montessori School of Fremont offers a competitive salary, excellent benefit program and a chance to be part of a caring and supportive Montessori community.

If this seems like a good fit, please send your resume to montessorifremontjobs@gmail.com

Feb 25, 2021

Elementary I/II Teacher

The Springs, A Montessori School   SPRINGFIELD, VA, usa

Contact: headofschool@springsmontessori.com

The Springs, A Montessori School, located in Springfield, Virginia, is looking for an Elementary I/II Teacher. The Springs is an accredited Montessori school located in Northern, Virginia just outside the nation’s capital. The position is for the 2021-2022 school and will start in August 2021.

The Springs is looking for a creative, motivated, and dedicated individual who has a passion for working with children and the Montessori philosophy. The successful candidate will be responsible for co-teaching in a mixed-age classroom comprised of 20-25 students (grades 1-3). Responsibilities include but are not limited to giving Montessori lessons, observations, daily record keeping, communicating with parents across various mediums, parent education, training and managing assistant faculty, and most importantly providing care and support to all children. Hours are 8:00 am – 4:00 pm with occasional evening meetings and at least two weekend events a year. The Springs is a growing school with great opportunities for professional growth and advancement.

Qualifications

-MACTE Certified Elementary I/II Montessori Credential

-Bachelor’s Degree

-Excellent verbal and written communication skills

-A commitment to our mission values of peace, independence, love of learning, and respect

-Flexibility and commitment to working in a team atmosphere

-Comfortable with electronic record keeping

Compensation

-Salary: $42,000-$60,000 depending on experience and level of education

-3 weeks paid vacation

-8 personal days

-401k (w/employer) matching

-Health Insurance

-Vision, Dental, Short-Term Disability

-Tuition Assistance for Continuing Education

-Professional Development Opportunities

-Performance Bonuses

-Montessori Membership Dues

-Paid Planning Time

Interested???

To apply, please send us your resume, cover letter, and references to:

The Springs, A Montessori School

Attn: Daniel Clifford, Head of School

7719-D Fullerton Road

Springfield, Virginia 22153

or via email to headofschool@springsmontessori.com

Feb 25, 2021

Early Childhood (3-6) Montessori Lead Teacher

The Springs, A Montessori School   SPRINGFIELD, VA, usa

Contact: headofschool@springsmontessori.com

The Springs, A Montessori School, in Springfield, VA, is looking for a Lead Early Childhood (3-6) Teacher. The Springs is an American Montessori Society accredited school located in Northern, VA just outside the nation’s capital. The position is for the 2021-2022 school and will start on August 16, 2021.

The Springs is looking for a creative, motivated, and dedicated individual who has a passion for working with young children and the Montessori philosophy. The successful candidate will be responsible for a mixed-age classroom comprised of 24-26 three to six year olds. Responsibilities include but are not limited to giving Montessori lessons, observations, daily record keeping, communicating with parents across various mediums, parent education, training and managing assistant faculty, and most importantly providing care and support to all children. Hours are 8:00 am – 4:00 pm with occasional evening meetings and at least two weekend events a year. The Springs is a growing school with great opportunities for professional growth and advancement.

Qualifications

-AMS, AMI or other MACTE Certified Early Childhood Montessori Credential

-Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent experience)

-Excellent verbal and written communication skills

-A commitment to our mission values of peace, independence, love of learning, and respect

-Flexibility and commitment to working in a team atmosphere

-Comfortable with electronic record keeping

-Willingness to work during Summer Camp (preferred)

Compensation

-Salary: $42,000-$54,000 depending on experience and level of education

-4 weeks paid vacation*

-10 personal days*

-401k (w/employer) matching

-Health Insurance

-Vision, Dental, Short-Term Disability

-Tuition Assistance for Continuing Education

-Professional Development Opportunities

-Performance Bonuses

-American Montessori Society Membership Dues

-Paid Planning Time

* Details reflect 12-month employees and differ slightly for 10-month employees.

Interested???

To apply, please send us your resume, cover letter, and references to:

The Springs, A Montessori School

Attn: Daniel Clifford, Head of School

7719-D Fullerton Road

Springfield, Virginia 22153

or via email to headofschool@springsmontessori.com

Feb 25, 2021

Toddler (0-3) Lead Teacher

The Woods, A Montessori School   Woodbridge, VA, usa

Contact: headofschool@woodsmontessori.com

The Woods, A Montessori School, in Springfield, VA, is looking for a Lead Toddler (0-3) Teacher. The Woods is an American Montessori Society accredited school located in Northern, VA just outside the nation’s capital. The position is for the 2021-2022 school and will start on August 16, 2021.

The Woods is looking for a creative, motivated, and dedicated individual who has a passion for working with young children and the Montessori philosophy. The successful candidate will be responsible for a mixed-age classroom comprised of 10-15 16 months to three-year-olds. Responsibilities include but are not limited to giving Montessori lessons, observations, daily record keeping, communicating with parents across various mediums, parent education, training and managing assistant faculty, and most importantly providing care and support to all children. Hours are 8:00 am – 4:00 pm with occasional evening meetings and at least two weekend events a year. The Woods is a growing school with great opportunities for professional growth and advancement.

Qualifications

-AMS, AMI or other MACTE Certified Early Childhood Montessori -Credential

-Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent experience)

-Excellent verbal and written communication skills

-A commitment to our mission values of peace, independence, love of learning, and respect

-Flexibility and commitment to working in a team atmosphere

-Comfortable with electronic record keeping

-Willingness to work during Summer Camp (preferred)

Compensation

-Salary: $35,000-$45,000 depending on experience and level of education

-4 weeks paid vacation*

-10 personal days*

-401k (w/employer) matching

-Health Insurance

-Vision, Dental, Short-Term Disability

-Tuition Assistance for Continuing Education

-Professional Development Opportunities

-Performance Bonuses

-American Montessori Society Membership Dues

-Paid Planning Time

* Details reflect 12-month employees and differ slightly for 10-month employees.

Interested???

To apply, please send us your resume, cover letter, and references to:

The Woods, A Montessori School

Attn: Daniel Clifford, Head of School

16723 River Ridge Blvd

Woodbridge, VA 22191

or via email to headofschool@woodsmontessori.com

Feb 25, 2021

Elementary Guides (in training to sponsor or experienced)

Marin Montessori School   Corte Madera, CA, usa

Contact: hr@marinmontessori.org

Located just on the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge in beautiful Corte Madera, California, Marin Montessori School seeks a full-time AMI-trained faculty member for our Elementary program for the 2021-22 school year. This is for in-person teaching. This position is an exciting opportunity to work with a team of experienced faculty dedicated to authentic Montessori pedagogy within a mature Toddler, Primary, Elementary, and Adolescent program.

The compensation package for this position is very generous (80-105k salary) and may include relocation expenses (5-10k moving allowance).

We are also interested in hiring someone currently in training to become an AMI elementary guide and/or an experienced teacher who would like to earn their AMI credential at some point. Marin Montessori School would help pay for the completion of the AMI training.

Feb 25, 2021

AMI Trained Primary Guide

Anami Montessori School   Charlotte, NC, usa

Contact: office@anamimontessori.org

Anami Montessori School, in Charlotte, NC, is seeking an AMI-trained primary teacher

for the 2021-22 school year. If you would like to teach the way you were trained, this

may be the school for you. Anami is a privately owned, AMI school with AMI-trained

founder/director. The campus backs onto a 120-acre county park.

Anami has two primary classes and one 6-12 class, all well-established and led by

teachers dedicated to carrying out Dr. Montessori’s principles. (The current teachers’

average tenure at Anami is 17 years.) After 35 years of serving children, and staying true

to AMI principles, Anami is proud to be an intimate, nurturing community. Each fully

stocked classroom has an ample annual materials budget.

With a temperate climate, Charlotte is culturally diverse, within an easy drive of either

the mountains or the beach, is the hub of a major airline, and has an outdoor-minded

population.

A successful candidate is dedicated, a hard-working team player, and should be able to

operate in the classroom without undue supervision. Prior experience and a sense of

humor are also a plus. We offer competitive salary commensurate with experience,

health and retirement benefits, great working conditions, and a supportive staff.

If you are interested in joining a committed AMI team, please send letter, resume and

references to: Joan Horlbeck at office@anamimontessori.org or Anami Montessori

School, 2901 Archdale Drive, Charlotte, NC 28210.

Feb 22, 2021

AMI Trained Primary Teacher

Montessori in Redlands   Redlands, CA, usa

Contact: hr@mir.org

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 are outside working and playing. Imagine a school where staff members stay for 10, 20, 30 even 40 years, because they feel respected as professionals and it is simply a great place to work.

Montessori in Redlands is looking for an AMI Primary diploma holder to join our team as a Lead Primary Teacher. A successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to Montessori philosophy and a passion for serving a diverse community of children.

A 10-month or 12-month contract is being considered for this position. The position is expected to begin in July 2021.

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 details.

Please email your cover letter, resume, and copy of your AMI Primary Diploma to hr@mir.org by March 7, 2021.

Feb 22, 2021

AMI Trained Elementary Teacher

Montessori in Redlands   Redlands, CA, usa

Contact: hr@mir.org

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 are outside working and playing. Imagine a school where staff members stay for 10, 20, 30 even 40 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 to join our team as a Lead Elementary Teacher. A successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to Montessori philosophy and a passion for serving a diverse community of children.

A 10-month or 12-month contract is being considered for this position. The position is expected to begin in July 2021.

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 details.

Please email your cover letter, resume, and copy of your AMI Elementary Diploma to hr@mir.org by March 29, 2021.

Feb 18, 2021

AMI Elementary Guide

Three Tree Montessori School   Burien, WA, usa

Contact: employment@threetree.org

Three Tree Montessori School is seeking an Elementary Guide to join our community for the 2021-2022 school year. For the right candidate, we will consider employment during spring 2021.

Three Tree is a beautiful and bright AMI recognized school located 15 minutes south of downtown Seattle in the scenic Pacific Northwest. Our school offers a community of passionate educators committed to the highest Montessori standards and fully equipped learning environments with extensions to the outdoors for all levels. It is common for someone to walk through our doors and feel like this school is where they belong.

We are interested in educators who possess a sense of humor, exercise exemplary collaboration skills, are effective communicators, and have a drive for supporting children on their journey toward reaching their incredible potential.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter outlining their personal educational philosophy and resume to Jami Sweeney, Executive Director at employment@threetree.org.

Feb 18, 2021

AMI Primary Guide

Three Tree Montessori School   Burien, WA, usa

Contact: employment@threetree.org

Three Tree Montessori School seeks a Primary Guide to join our community for the 2021-2022 school year. You will join a deeply committed and experienced team of four other Primary Guides who collectively have over 35 years of AMI Montessori teaching experience and are passionate about offering a rich authentic experience for all children at the Primary level.

Three Tree is a beautiful and bright Toddler through Upper Elementary AMI recognized school located 15 minutes south of downtown Seattle in the scenic Pacific Northwest. Our school offers a community of inspired educators committed to the highest Montessori standards and fully equipped learning environments with extensions to the outdoors for all levels. It is common for someone to walk through our doors and feel like this school is where they belong.

We are interested in educators who possess a sense of humor, exercise exemplary collaboration skills, are effective communicators, and have a drive for supporting children on their journey toward reaching their incredible potential.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter outlining their personal educational philosophy and resume to Jami Sweeney, Executive Director, at employment@threetree.org.

Feb 18, 2021

Primary Directress

Old Town Montessori   Alexandria, VA, usa

Contact: info@aquinasmontessorischool.com

Old Town Montessori School in Alexandria, Virginia is seeking a warm, organized, and creative full time Primary guide for fall 2021 with AMI Montessori qualifications who is authorized to work in the US and is able to communicate effectively and professionally with parents, students, and staff. Old Town is part of Aquinas Montessori School, which was established in 1965.

Salary is commensurate with credentials and experience and competitive with private Montessori schools in the area.

Please send your cover letter and resume to aquinasmontessorimv@gmail.com or info@aquinasmontessorischool.com to the attention of Sheri Brennig.

Feb 15, 2021

Toddler & Primary Guides

Lana'i   Lana'i City, HI, usa

Contact: hello@xplor.education

Aloha! We are conducting a search for AMI-trained primary and toddler Montessori guides for a new, high-quality Montessori school in Lana’i scheduled to open late-summer 2021.

The island of Lana’i is paradise on earth. Unlike other Hawaiian islands, it is only lightly developed. With clean air, pristine beaches, and abundant wildlife, Lanai’i abounds with natural, sun-kissed beauty. Lana’i is the serene home to just 3,500 people and is completely COVID-free.

Through your efforts, children will fulfill their developmental potential with authentically prepared, exceptionally executed Montessori. As a member of the school’s founding team, you will have the additional privilege of helping to design your environments and shape the school into one of the world’s finest.

We encourage you to apply if you have earned an AMI primary or assistants-to-infancy diploma and are able to join our ohana in Summer 2021. As the spirit of Lana’i belongs to the Hawaiian people, candidates must have a strong appreciation for and understanding of (or willingness to learn) Hawaiian culture.

If this sounds like you, please submit your application at www.xplor.education Mahalo!

About Xplor Education

Xplor Education partners with America’s most innovative companies to provide distinctive Montessori early childhood education that leads to more capable individuals, happier families, healthier organizations, and stronger communities.

Feb 11, 2021

Elementary Teachers

Springmont School   Atlanta, GA, usa

Contact: jobs@springmont.com

Springmont School, located on the north side of Atlanta, Georgia, is currently accepting resumes from Elementary teachers interested in joining our thriving Montessori community for the 2021-22 school year.

Serving 240 students 18 months through 8th grade, Springmont is AMI recognized and has been providing an exceptional Montessori experience since 1963. Our mission is to provide a learning environment where diversity of thought and a global perspective empower students to be inquisitive, knowledgeable, independent, compassionate and effective. In addition to our beautiful 7-acre main campus, students benefit from our 86-acre land school in the northwest Georgia mountains as well as distinctive Outdoor Science Education and Fine Arts programs.

Springmont offers competitive salaries commensurate with experience. Our benefits package includes individual health, dental, vision, and disability insurance, as well as a matching retirement plan, professional development opportunities, and tuition remission. Well-equipped classrooms and a supportive and collaborative environment foster professional and personal growth. Guided by our core values, Springmont is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion as we strive to embody Dr. Montessori’s vision for establishing peace and unity.

Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree and a Montessori teaching certificate; at least three years’ experience in a Montessori environment is preferred. Interested candidates should email jobs@springmont.com, providing a brief cover letter in the body of the email and a resume as an attachment.

Feb 11, 2021

Lower Elementary and Primary Guides

Montessori Academy of Upland   Upland, CA, usa

Contact: montessoriupland@gmail.com

Established in 2007, our growing program is looking for Montessori Guides to start new Primary and Lower Elementary Classrooms for the 2021-2022 school year!

Feb 11, 2021

Infant and Toddler Lead Guides

Guidepost Montessori   Stone Ridge , VA, usa

Contact: Talent@tohigherground.com

Guidepost Montessori is looking for trained Montessorians at all levels to join our schools located in Northern Virginia (Fairfax, Chantilly, Alexandria, and new schools opening in Burke and South Riding!)

At Guidepost Montessori, we are a team of educators, first and foremost. We are a network of Montessori schools, dedicated to fundamentally changing the face of education in the United States and abroad by growing the Montessori movement. From the top-down, we believe in what we do – and we want to invite you to join our community of educators, passionate about spreading high-fidelity Montessori!

Feb 8, 2021

Montessori Elementary Guide

Great River School   St Paul, MN, usa

Contact: jobs@greatriverschool.org

Great River School is a public Montessori seeking justice-oriented, anti-racist educators to further the mission and vision of our school. Seeking Lead Classroom guides for lower and upper elementary. Also accepting applications for assistants, school leadership, and equity roles. Our stable community is thriving, and seeking to welcome new and passionate Montessorians for the 2021-22 school year. Apply soon! rolling hiring through the spring.

See full posting here for openings:

http://www.greatriverschool.org/employment

Feb 8, 2021

Elementary Montessori Guide

Headwaters School   Austin, TX, usa

Contact: l.hirsch@headwaters.org

Headwaters School, a Pre-K through grade 12 independent day school in Austin, TX, is seeking an Elementary Montessori Guide for the 2021-2022 Academic Year.

At Headwaters, our teachers nurture a school culture that promotes a growth mindset, a collaborative spirit, a joyful environment, and the achievement of high expectations. Our faculty and staff ensure all members of our school community understand their role in advancing issues of justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.

Interested applicants, please visit our employment website, https://www.headwaters.org/page/about/employment

Feb 4, 2021

Lead Elementary Teacher

Our Lady's Montessori School   Kansas City, KS, usa

Contact: jwallace@olmskc.org

We are looking for a trained 6 – 12 year old lead teacher for our Lower and Upper Elementary Montessori program to begin August 2021. We offer a Catholic education in a Montessori environment, ages 3 – 12.

CGS training is a plus.

Please send your resume and cover letter to: jwallace@olmskc.org

Feb 4, 2021

Upper Elementary Lead Teachers/Guides

Montessori School of Maui   Makawao, HI, usa

Contact: hr@momi.org

The Montessori of Maui (MOMI) is accepting applications for Montessori credentialed, Upper Elementary School lead teachers/guides. Looking to enhance our program currently in its 42nd year, successful applicants will hold a Montessori teaching credential from an accredited teacher education program. The successful applicants will partner with existing faculty to enrich curricula and to support the growth and development of children against standards that are aligned across all programs. In transition but experiencing robust enrollment in newly expanded environments, the Upper Elementary team orchestrates the delivery of the curriculum to all students via a team-based model.

Feb 4, 2021

Guide – All Levels

Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School   Baltimore, MD, usa

Contact: wendy@bmpcs.org

Baltimore Montessori Public is a mission-driven school in the urban heart of Baltimore City’s Arts and Entertainment District. Founded in 2008, we serve a diverse and vibrant community of students aged 3 through 8th grade. Our school features an extensive Seed to Table program, a beautiful outdoor learning and play space, a recently rehabilitated historic building, a talented and dedicated staff, a supportive and visionary administration, a dynamic and engaged parent community, and fruitful partnerships with local universities and cultural centers. With a waitlist of over 1,400 students, Baltimore Montessori Public is Baltimore City’s only public Montessori school and the charter school with the highest demand.

We are currently inviting applications for a lead teacher (“guide”) for Children’s House, Lower Elementary, Upper Elementary and our Adolescent Community.

The ideal candidate is a creative, energetic, and flexible lifelong learner who is committed to meeting the needs of every child in a collaborative and inclusive environment, and believes all children should have access to a high quality Montessori education. To be considered, candidates must possess Montessori certification and be eligible for or willing to work toward certification by the State of Maryland. Submit a letter of interest, resume, and three references for prompt consideration to Ms. Allison Shecter, Baltimore Montessori Public’s Founder and Director: allison@bmpcs.org.

Feb 1, 2021

Co-Lead Afternoon Lead Primary Montessori Teacher

Lighthouse Montessori School   Seatle, WA, usa

Contact: CYNTHIA@LIGHTHOUSEMONTESSORI.COM
  • Primary Lead Guide

    Lighthouse Montessori School is seeking a Co-Lead Montessori Teacher to join our community for the 2021-2022 school year. For the right candidate, we will consider employment during spring 2021. We are looking for a team member who is committed to getting it right for children right from the start. We are looking for energetic, compassionate educators who delight in marveling with children and introducing the world to them. At Lighthouse Montessori School we know the power of passionate educators when it comes to unleashing children’s potential. We are a community of educators who seek to grow together in our craft knowledge to ensure that we thrive as professionals and our students thrive as learners and citizens.

    Lighthouse Montessori School is currently seeking a Co-Lead Montessori Teacher for our Primary Classroom for the Afternoon Work cycle.

    Lighthouse Montessori School is a beautiful and bright school located north of downtown Seattle in the charming neighborhood of Ballard. We have a fully equipped learning environment with extensions to the outdoors.

    Position summary:

    The Lead Montessori Teacher will implement the curriculum in a safe, healthy, and nurturing classroom environment that supports each child’s social, emotional, physical, and cognitive growth and development.

    Facilitate classroom activities.

    Acknowledges and encourages diversity and varying viewpoints by providing images and experiences that reflect the local and global communities.

    Create engaging, age-appropriate lessons while holding true to the Montessori Model.

    Establish classroom management utilizing Positive Discipline and Nonviolent Communication methods.

    Encourage and assist in positive social interactions.

    Ensure safety and well-being of children at all times.

    Experience and Education:

    AMI, AMS certification.

    Knowledgeable about Montessori philosophy and materials.

    2+ years of experience in a Montessori classroom.

    Specific requirements set by minimum state standards and/or accreditation

    Why work for us? Because we truly care about our people!

    In addition to an engaging and dynamic work environment, we offer competitive benefits such as medical insurance, paid time off, education scholarships, child tuition discounts, and more.

    Lighthouse Montessori School is an equal opportunity employer.

    Safety Statement: Lighthouse Montessori is committed to providing a safe school environment for our employees and our students. As such, we follow strict CDC guidelines for school operations, including, but not limited to, the use of Personal Protective Equipment like masks while on school grounds, taking temperatures of staff and students, and sanitizing classrooms and surfaces throughout the day. Employees of Lighthouse Montessori School are expected to follow all work and safety guidelines/procedures each day.

Feb 1, 2021

Lead Lower Elementary Guide

Davidson Green School   Davidson, NC, usa

Contact: jennifer@davidsongreenschool.org

We are looking for a passionate, energetic, and joyful person who thinks outside-the-box to join our community of learners. Our teachers and assistants must be willing to continually grow, adapt, and change as Davidson Green School does the same. We want community members who are amazingly creative and naturally innovative, and who enjoy contributing peace and love to a community. We also look for people who are builders and creators, and who can create a vision and follow through with the implementation. All employees must have a passion for nature, be able to integrate the nature-based, “green” philosophy of Davidson Green School throughout their curriculum, and enthusiastically embrace being and teaching outdoors. While Covid-19 rates are high, we will do the majority of our teaching outside. This position is for a Lead Montessori Guide in a Lower Elementary Class.

Our philosophy is grounded in Montessori with a particular emphasis in sustainability, nature connection, engineering, and creativity. Davidson, located in the Lake Norman area of Charlotte, is home to Davidson College, a year-round farmer’s market, and a charming downtown. For information about our school and for the job application, please see: www.DavidsonGreenSchool.org

Feb 1, 2021

Elementary Guide

Montessori Institute of Broward   Davie, FL, usa

Contact: elizabeth@tlnschools.com

The Montessori Institute of Broward, established in 2006, serves children ages 18 months to 12 years on a spacious and welcoming 2+ acre campus in Davie, Florida. We seek an AMI-certified elementary guide to work in our warm and enthusiastic environment for the 2021-2022 school year. The ideal candidate has at least one year experience as guide. This is great opportunity to grow with us in sunny south Florida and commit to a long-term career in an authentic Montessori environment!

Please Email resume: elizabeth@tlnschools.com

Visit us at: www.montessoriinstituteofbroward.com

Feb 1, 2021

Elementary I/II Teacher

The Springs, A Montessori School   Springfield , VA, usa

Contact: headofschool@springsmontessori.com

The Springs was founded in 1966 as a private school to provide Montessori classes for children in the Northern Virginia area. Since that time, The Springs has seen major growth. In 1984, The Springs expanded to include a licensed Full Day Program. In 2014, the school again expanded to include an Infant and Toddler Montessori program. In 2016, The Springs opened an Elementary Program. The Springs has the largest Montessori Infant and Toddler Program in Northern Virginia. The school serves approximately 225 students.

Position Description

The Springs, A Montessori School, located in Springfield, Virginia, is looking for an Elementary I/II Teacher. The Springs is an accredited Montessori school located in Northern, Virginia just outside the nation’s capital. The position is for the 2021-2022 school and will start in August 2021.

The Springs is looking for a creative, motivated, and dedicated individual who has a passion for working with children and the Montessori philosophy. The successful candidate will be responsible for co-teaching in a mixed-age classroom comprised of 20-25 students (grades 1-3). Responsibilities include but are not limited to giving Montessori lessons, observations, daily record keeping, communicating with parents across various mediums, parent education, training and managing assistant faculty, and most importantly providing care and support to all children. Hours are 8:00 am – 4:00 pm with occasional evening meetings and at least two weekend events a year. The Springs is a growing school with great opportunities for professional growth and advancement.

Qualifications

• MACTE Certified Elementary I/II Montessori Credential

• Bachelor’s Degree

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

• A commitment to our mission values of peace, independence, love of learning, and respect

• Flexibility and commitment to working in a team atmosphere

• Comfortable with electronic record keeping

Compensation

• Salary: $42,000-$60,000 depending on experience and level of education

• 3 weeks paid vacation

• 8 personal days

• 401k (w/employer) matching

• Health Insurance

• Vision, Dental, Short-Term Disability

• Tuition Assistance for Continuing Education

• Professional Development Opportunities

• Performance Bonuses

• Montessori Membership Dues

• Paid Planning Time

• Visa Sponsorship

Interested???

To apply, please send us your resume, cover letter, and references to:

The Springs, A Montessori School

Attn: Daniel Clifford, Head of School

7719-D Fullerton Road

Springfield, Virginia 22153

or via email to headofschool@springsmontessori.com

Jan 28, 2021

CASA Teacher

Lyonsgate Montessori School   Hamilton, --, Canada

Contact: rachel@lyonsgate.ca

We are looking for a dedicated and professional Casa teacher to lead our casa classroom. The applicant should be able to start as soon as possible. Please submit your resume and cover letter to rachel@lyonsgate.ca

Jan 28, 2021

Lead Infant and Toddler Guides

Guidepost Montessori   Chicago, IL, usa

Contact: talent@guidepostmontessori.com

Guidepost Montessori is looking for Montessorians at all levels to join our growing teams in Chicago, Naperville, and Northbrook Illinois!

At Guidepost, we are a team of educators, first and foremost. We are a growing network of Montessori schools, dedicated to fundamentally changing the face of education in the United States and abroad by growing the Montessori movement. From the top-down, we believe in what we do – and we want to invite you to join our community of educators, passionate about spreading high-fidelity Montessori!

Jan 28, 2021

Lead Infant and Toddler Guides

Guidepost Montessori at Duluth   Duluth, GA, usa

Contact: talent@tohigherground.com

Guidepost Montessori is looking for trained Montessorians at all levels to join our brand new school in Duluth, Georgia!

At Guidepost Montessori, we are a team of educators, first and foremost. We are a network of Montessori schools, dedicated to fundamentally changing the face of education in the United States and abroad by growing the Montessori movement. From the top-down, we believe in what we do – and we want to invite you to join our community of educators, passionate about spreading high-fidelity Montessori!

 

Jan 25, 2021

Primary and Elementary Teachers

Montessori School of Mauldin   Mauldin, SC, usa

Contact: jobs@mauldinmontessori.com

The Montessori School of Mauldin is actively hiring for a Primary lead teacher, and accepting resumes for an Elementary guide for the 2021-2022 school year. Candidates should hold an AMI diploma and have experience working in a Montessori classroom. The applicant must have a proven ability to work collaboratively and thoughtfully as part of a team; possess professional maturity, integrity and the ability to interact positively with parents; and demonstrate excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.

Established in 1977, the Montessori School of Mauldin is privately owned with approximately 150 students ages infant to 6th grade. MSM is an academically and fiscally strong school that holds a clear Montessori vision for the future. We are located in Mauldin, SC, a family friendly suburb of beautiful Greenville, SC. Greenville boasts a low cost of living and all the benefits of diverse city life. MSM has an extraordinarily supportive parent and staff body – with beautiful, spacious, fully stocked classrooms and an administration that stands behind its teachers. Our salaries are competitive; we offer benefits and tuition scholarships for teachers with school age children.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to: jobs@mauldinmontessori.com

Jan 25, 2021

Middle School Math and Science Teacher

Netivot   East Brunswick, NJ, usa

Contact: office@mynetivot.com

Netivot is a Montessori day school in East Brunswick, NJ. We are looking for a math and science teacher for 7th and 8th grade for the 2021-22 school year. This is a full-time position. Mon-Thurs, 8 a.m. – 4:30 pm; Fri , 8 am- 3:15 pm.

Responsibilities include teaching math and science; presenting all lessons using approved Montessori techniques; recording and reporting on the progress of all students; managing a classroom of 20 students using positive discipline; meeting with other team members on a regular basis and maintaining strong team communication; communicating with parents and with supervisors as necessary.

Requirements: Must be well organized and work well with a team. Experience teaching using the Montessori method preferred. Certification preferred.

Please email resume and cover letter to headofschool@mynetivot.com

Jan 21, 2021

Upper Elementary Teacher

Samish Woods Elementary   Bellingham, WA, usa

Contact: sarah@samishwoods.org

Samish Woods Montessori, a private, non-profit school in Bellingham Washington, is seeking applicants for an upper elementary position for the 2021/22 school year.

Samish Woods has been serving children 3 to 12 years of age for over two decades. The school is unique in that all teachers are a part of the leadership team. The school has a strong commitment to each child and family. We are seeking a new faculty member who is looking for a supportive environment to further their commitment to teaching in a small community. The faculty at Samish Woods is deeply committed to Montessori Education and the role it can play in helping young people to become compassionate and caring critical thinkers.

The right candidate will be a certified elementary teacher and/or have upper elementary Montessori certification. Candidates must have the experience and skills to act as a classroom leader and an advocate for each child’s potential. Candidates must be independent, yet collaborative. They must have the experience and personal accountability necessary to create a supportive learning environment for students ages 9 – 12.

Bellingham is located between Seattle and Vancouver, BC. The North Cascade Mountains and the Salish Sea are both easily accessible. It is an outstanding place to live and teach.

If you are interested in this position, please send a resume and statement of educational philosophy to Samish Woods Montessori. sarah@samishwoods.org

Jan 21, 2021

UPPER ELEMENTARY INTERN OR GUIDE

Ghent Montessori School   Norfolk, VA, usa

Contact: Ruland@gmsschool.org

Ghent Montessori School, fully accredited by International Montessori Council, located in

downtown Norfolk, VA, seeks an Upper Elementary intern or guide for our Upper Elementary

classroom beginning in August, 2021. If needed the candidate will receive guidance from an

experienced Upper Elementary guide. The preferred candidate will have worked in a Lower

Elementary classroom as a lead teacher and hold a MACTE accredited diploma. We seek

nurturing, curious and self-motivated individuals who are committed to guiding children based

on Dr. Montessori’s vision for cosmic education.

Qualifications:

• MACTE accredited training required (AMI, AMS, IMC)

• Excellent written communication as well as interpersonal and public speaking skills

• A proven ability to work collaboratively and thoughtfully as part of a collegial team

• Possession of professional maturity, sound judgment, integrity, and the ability to interact

positively with parents

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Ruland Gagne, ruland@gmsschool.org

Jan 21, 2021

MIDDLE SCHOOL ADOLESCENT CO-TEACHER

Ghent Montessori School   Norfolk, VA, usa

Contact: Ruland@gmsschool.org

Ghent Montessori School, fully accredited by International Montessori Council, located in

downtown Norfolk, VA, seeks a Middle School Adolescent co-teacher for our Middle School

classroom beginning in August, 2021. The candidate will work collaboratively with an

experienced Middle School guide. The preferred candidate will have worked in a Middle

School classroom and hold an accredited diploma or be committed to take the certification

course. We seek a creative and caring individual who is willing to work with an experienced

middle school guide to create and deliver a solid curriculum that meets the needs of the

adolescent according to Dr. Montessori’s vision.

Qualifications:

Accredited adolescent training (AMI, AMS, IMC) or experience in the Montessori Adolescent

classroom and a commitment to take the adolescent training within the first year of

employment

Must display a positive attitude and possess a genuine understanding of the needs of the

adolescent

Must possess excellent written skills and a desire to play a creative role in ongoing

curriculum enhancement.

Willingness to work collaboratively and thoughtfully as part of a collegial team

Possession of professional maturity, sound judgment, integrity, and the ability to interact

positively with parents and other team members.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Ruland Gagne, ruland@gmsschool.org

Jan 18, 2021

Montessori Pre-school for Sale

Strongbridge Montessori   Arcata, CA, usa

Contact: hilmosh@gmail.com

This is a beautiful, turn-key pre-school located on the far northern California coast, nestled between the ocean and the Redwoods. Very affordable, only $35,000. (OBO) Includes all Montessori materials, classroom furniture, and a full playground of equipment. Owner has operated a Montessori preschool on this site for more than 10 years. Monthly lease on building is affordable. Small business administration loan funding may be available! Licensed for 30 children. One long-time teacher may accompany… Caters to Humboldt State University professors and students, as well as nearby medical facilities.

Jan 14, 2021

Head of School

Montessori Children's House of Valley Forge   Wayne, PA, usa

Contact: careers@mchvf.org

The Montessori Children’s House of Valley Forge (MCHVF) is seeking a visionary Head of School to lead the school into the next stage of excellence. MCHVF is a non-profit, parent-owned school established in 1963, a full member school of the American Montessori Society and licensed by the PA. Department of Education and OCDEL (the office of Child Development and Early Learning). MCHVF is a vibrant community of dedicated teachers and parents and is uniquely situated in Valley Forge National Historical Park.

The Head of School will implement MCHVF’s mission and policies as established by the Board of Directors and Educational Committee. The Head of School shall be an effective communicator with all constituents of the school and will have the ability to inspire others and provide clear leadership while fostering a collaborative school community.

The successful applicant must be dedicated to maintaining the vision of the school, guided by the school’s mission statement and be willing to guide and nurture MCHVF’s unique culture. The ideal candidate will have outstanding communication and interpersonal skills as well as experience and knowledge of the administrative, financial and legal requirements of heading a school. The successful applicant will demonstrate a deep knowledge of the Montessori philosophy and method, as well as an ability to communicate and share it with others, including parents, prospective parents, the school community and the community at large.

Minimum of a BA or BS degree, Montessori training credential, private school teaching credential and a work history including at least five years of demonstrated success as a head teacher in a Montessori school are required. Previous Head of School or related administrative/management position preferred. Advanced degree in early childhood education or related field preferred.

The position is for Head of School starting the 2021-2022 school year. Resume and cover letter should be sent to careers@mchvf.org. Additional details about MCHVF and the position are available upon request. The position is open until filled.

MCHVF provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of the employment relationship.

Jan 14, 2021

Elementary School Director

Headwaters School   Austin, TX, usa

Contact: l.hirsch@headwaters.org

Headwaters School, a Pre-K through grade 12 independent day school in Austin, TX, is seeking an Elementary School Director for the 2021-2022 academic year. With 175 students in the elementary school, Headwaters School provides a warm and welcoming school culture for its students, while expecting curiosity, deep engagement, and self-expression of each of its community members.

All of our employees are responsible for bringing our Purpose statement to life: We cultivate identity formation, foster empathy, and embrace diversity to bring more peace to the world. In addition, we Promise each day to guide our students to live authentically, think expansively, and create bravely. We invite our students, guides, staff, parents, and trustees to be Peacemakers, Advocates, Creators, and Thinkers, and the PACT, as it’s called, serves as outcomes for all of our programs. Our faculty and staff ensure all members of our school community understand their role as Advocates in advancing issues of justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.

The Elementary School Director reports directly to the Head of School and works closely with the Elementary School Learning Specialist, Campus Manager, Middle School Director, the Admissions Office and Business Office. The Elementary Director also serves on the Senior Leadership Team and leads the elementary school faculty. Our ideal candidate will have significant Montessori teaching experience, a Bachelor’s degree, a Master’s degree, Montessori certification and administrative experience. Additionally, we are seeking candidates who appreciate and understand the developmental period known as middle childhood.

In addition to teaching experience, the successful candidate will need to possess the following attributes: flexibility, resourcefulness, and playfulness. Headwaters is committed to anit-bias and anti-racist work, and we are eager to meet candidates with experience in the important areas of diversity, equity, and inclusivity.

This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position and compensation is competitive for the greater Austin area. The school offers a wide-range of benefits including health care and retirement plan. Interested applicants should go to the Headwaters School Employment website to apply, https://www.headwaters.org/page/about/employment.

Jan 14, 2021

Elementary Guide

Valley of the Sacred Heart Academy   Dixon, CA, usa

Contact: csimpson@vshpes.com

Valley of the Sacred Heart Academy is a small Independent Catholic school in Dixon, CA. We are seeking a full-time Montessori-trained lead teacher for our lower elementary classroom for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year. This classroom currently has 10 students and will grow to @17 students in fall 2021. Duties include teaching students through in-person learning, if needed leading distance learning classes. We are seeking a candidate who is able to collaborate with others, has strong communication skills, and is flexible to meet student’s needs. Candidates must be a Montessori-trained lead guide with teaching experience at the elementary level. Recent Montessori graduates with limited experience will also be considered. Montessori teachers with AMI and AMS diplomas preferred.

Position is Monday-Friday 8:30-3:15 pm. Salaried position and salary is based on training and experience.

Learn more about who we are: valleyofthesacredheart.com

If you are interested in learning more, please send resume, three letters of reference, and cover letter to Chris Simpson csimpson@vshpes.com

Jan 11, 2021

Montessori School expanding-needs 5 great people

Catskill Montessori School   Catskill, NY, usa

Contact: gaura@catskillmontessori.org

Housed in a beautiful 1750s Dutch barn on a budding permaculture farm, CMS opened fall 2020.

We are a private, non-profit school inspired by permaculture ethics: people care, earth care, and fair share. We opened with one 3-6 class and one 6-9 class. Due to the level of interest, we are adding a new toddler community, another 3-6 class, and expanding our elementary program to include 6-12 in fall 2021.

With our expansion, we are seeking an experienced toddler lead teacher, toddler assistant, early childhood lead teacher, early childhood assistant, and elementary 6-12 co-teacher. Ideal candidates for lead positions need to be MACTE-accredited. Farming, permaculture, or similar experience or interest is a big plus!

What we offer: competitive salary (commensurate with experience), health benefits, Montessori conferences allowance, and tuition assistance for dependent children.

Catskill is equidistant from Boston and New York City (about two hours), with easy access to both. With many quaint towns nearby, including Hudson, with Amtrak service to NYC, Catskill offers the charm, culture, and environment of the farm and forest.

If you’re interested in joining our school community, we would love to hear from you! Please send over your resume and cover letter to gaura@catskillmontessori.org

Jan 7, 2021

Primary Guide

Montessori Institute of Broward   Davie, FL, usa

Contact: elizabeth@tlnschools.com

The Montessori Institute of Broward, established in 2006, serves children ages 18 months to 12 years on a spacious 2+ acre campus in Davie, Florida. We have an immediate opening for a primary guide to work in our warm and enthusiastic environment for the remainder of the 2020 school year and into 2021-2022 school year. The ideal candidate has an AMI certification and at least one year experience as guide. This is great opportunity to grow with us and commit to a long-term career in an authentic Montessori environment.

Please Email resume: elizabeth@tlnschools.com

Visit us at: www.montessoriinstituteofbroward.com

Jan 6, 2021

Assistance to Infancy Guide

Chesapeake Montessori School   Annapolis, MD, usa

Contact: j.hornick@chesapeake-montessori.com

Chesapeake Montessori School (CMS) in Annapolis, MD, is seeking applicants for an Assistance to Infancy guide for the 2021/22 school year. We serve children who are 18 months – 14 years of age. We offer a continuum comprised of two Young Children’s Communities, three Primary Classrooms, one Lower Elementary Classroom, one Upper Elementary Classroom, and an Adolescent Program. We operate on eleven total acres with open fields, woods, and nature trails, as well as a separate farm-based campus for our adolescents. Additionally, we are committed to initiatives that creates a society that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive.

The right candidate must have AMI training, be patient, have a love of children, and bring a positive attitude to the work they do, including being a team player with and among colleagues. Our team of faculty has a desire to implement authentic Montessori learning environments at every level we serve.

Annapolis, Maryland, is a port town on the Chesapeake Bay, and is centrally located in the state. The area boasts diversity, enrichment opportunities, natural splendor, easy access to Washington D.C. and Baltimore, and environmental outlets. The town of Annapolis is home to the U.S. Naval Academy, St. John’s College, and is steeped in history.

Please send your resume and cover letter to Robb Wirts, Head of School, at r.wirts@chesapeake-montessori.com

Jan 6, 2021

Elementary Guide

Chesapeake Montessori School   Annapolis, MD, usa

Contact: j.hornick@chesapeake-montessori.com

Chesapeake Montessori School (CMS) in Annapolis, MD, is seeking applicants for an elementary position for the 2021/22 school year. We serve children who are 18 months – 14 years of age. We offer a continuum comprised of two Young Children’s Communities, three Primary Classrooms, one Lower Elementary Classroom, one Upper Elementary Classroom, and an Adolescent Program. We operate on eleven total acres with open fields, woods, and nature trails, as well as a separate farm-based campus for our adolescents. Additionally, we are committed to initiatives that creates a society that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive.

The right candidate must have AMI training, be patient, and bring a positive attitude to the work they do, including being a team player with and among colleagues. Most importantly, we seek a cosmic educator who is in love with the universe they wish to invite children to explore, discover, inquire, and wonder about. Our team of faculty has a desire to implement authentic Montessori learning environments at every level we serve.

Annapolis, Maryland, is a port town on the Chesapeake Bay, and is centrally located in the state. The area boasts diversity, enrichment opportunities, natural splendor, easy access to Washington D.C. and Baltimore, and environmental outlets. The town of Annapolis is home to the U.S. Naval Academy, St. John’s College, and is steeped in history.

Please send your resume and cover letter to Robb Wirts, Head of School, at r.wirts@chesapeake-montessori.com

Jan 6, 2021

Adolescent/Secondary Program Director

Montessori School of Lake Forest   Lake Forest, IL, usa

Contact: hope@mslf.org

Montessori School of Lake Forest (MSLF) is seeking an Adolescent/Secondary Program Director. The Director will be responsible for leading a collaborative teaching team as well as teaching at least one area of curriculum. Ideal candidate has experience working with Montessori Adolescents, can establish a student-centered, project-based program working together with students and teaching staff.

MSLF is located on 5.5 acres of natural woodland, wetland, and prairie adjacent to Middlefork Savanna in Lake Forest, IL, and has been providing Montessori education to our community for over 50 years. We are excited to be reopening an Adolescent Program (grades 7-8) at our western Lake Forest campus for the 2021-22 school year and are seeking a program director who is innovative, flexible, collaborative, and creative to work with our community as we reintroduce this program to our school.

Responsibilities include:

– Oversee and coordinate elements of an interdisciplinary secondary school curriculum, including a student-run business and outdoor education.

– Oversee and collaborate with team of secondary teachers, supporting their work with students, including regular team meetings in addition to monthly full faculty meetings.

– Communicate regularly with administration to support needs of secondary program.

– Communicate regularly with students’ parent regarding program and individual student needs.

– Develop partnerships within community to enrich secondary program.

– Communicate with Elementary team to create a strong collaboration and connection between the two programs.

– Teaching at least one area of curriculum (Math, Science, Humanities or Language Arts) creating engaging lesson plans, supporting students’ academic needs and evaluating student progress, meeting and exceeding ISBE requirements.

– Preparing classroom environment for secondary students.

Ideal Characteristics:

– A strong understanding of social-emotional needs of adolescents.

-Desire to collaborate and lead a team of teachers to best serve adolescent students.

-Strong communication skills and ability to work collaboratively.

– A flexible, organized, creative, problem-solver.

Requirements:

– BA/BS degree

– Secondary school teaching experience.

– Montessori Adolescent Teaching credential from AMI, AMS or MACTE-accredited program or other Montessori Teaching credential and willingness to attend training to obtain Montessori Adolescent Teaching credential.

– Experience leading/supervising others.

Position Details:

– 10 month, full time position. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.

– Salary is commensurate with experience.

– Benefits include health, dental, paid sick time and holidays and tuition discount for qualified dependents.

Please send your resume to Executive Director, Hope Allegretti – hope@mslf.org

Dec 30, 2020

Elementary Montessori Teacher

Taipei Montessori International School   Taipei, --, Taiwan

Contact: tafeljane@gmail.com

Taipei International Montessori School seeks two AMI or AMS elementary teachers beginning August 2021. English-speaking elementary teachers will co-lead classrooms with Mandarin-speaking teachers.

We seek passionate teachers interested in exploring the fascinating city of Taipei — a vibrant city melding Chinese tradition with modern conveniences — and known for friendly people, thriving food culture, and world-class mass transit.

In 2020 Taiwan distinguished itself as a world leader in the effectiveness of its coronavirus pandemic control.

Benefits:

–Competitive salary, with generous housing stipend

–Round trip Home Country/Taiwan airfare

–Excellent healthcare coverage

Email tafeljane@gmail.com for complete Job Description.

Dec 27, 2020

Montessori Casa Level Guide

The Garden School of Naples   Naples, FL, usa

Contact: kathy@gardenschoolnaples.com

Co-teacher for private Montessori school preschool classroom.

Follow academic calendar

Full-time or morning only

Director AMI trained in Italy

All staff credentialed

Dec 22, 2020

AMI-Trained Primary Guide

Montessori Children's House and School   Dallas, TX, usa

Contact: christa@mchsdallas.org

Montessori Children’s House and School is an AMI-Recognized school located in a peaceful, wooded setting in the northeast section of Dallas, Texas. Currently celebrating our 50th year, we enjoy a reputation for excellence and stability, and we have recently undergone a complete renovation and expansion of our facility. MCHS has four primary classrooms and approximately 90 families.

We are currently accepting applications for an AMI-certified primary guide to join us in August 2021. Successful applicants must have an AMI primary diploma, a bachelor’s degree, dedication to Montessori philosophy, strong classroom management skills, the ability to build strong and supportive relationships with parents and fellow staff members, and a love for working with children. Two or more years of experience is preferred, and applicants must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.

Visit our website at www.mchsdallas.org to learn more about our school. Compensation packages include health, dental, vision, and life insurance, as well as a 403b retirement fund. Send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to MCHSguide@gmail.com

Dec 10, 2020

Montessori Consultant and Tutor

Montessori Kids Universe   --, usa

Contact: mkustaffing@gmail.com

An emerging national Montessori pre-school organization seeks part time Montessori trained tutor and trainer to provide training and support to our schools through-out the country.

This is a part-time/contract position with the potential to become full time.

Individuals applying for this position must possess the following skills/ experience:

-AMS or AMI Montessori Credential in either 0-3 or 3-6 years old.

-Child Care Head of School / Director experience with a for profit school only. (minimum 2 years)

-English as primary language; bi-lingual a plus

-Excellent verbal / written skills

-Excellent time management skills

-Problem solver

-Out of box thinker

-Strong technology skills/ experience with Canvas, WebEx, Gotowebinar and Montessori Compass a plus

-Team Player

-Ability to travel 3-5 days month/ with7-day notice *no traveling until CO-VID restrictions are lifted.

-Familiar with NAEYC requirements/ process for accreditation

-Experience with National Child Care franchise- not required, however; a plus

-Experience as Head of School with for-profit Montessori school- not required, however; a plus

This is a wonderful opportunity to get in on the ground floor with an emerging and rapidly expanding national pre-school organization. To be considered; submit cover letter and CV with salary or hourly range desired to mkustaffing@gmail.com. This is a work- from- home position. Candidates must have computer / internet access during business hours. Provide details why you are interested in this position and how you will contribute.

**Applicants without Cover Letter will not be considered.

Dec 10, 2020

Head of School

Near North Montessori School   Chicago, IL, usa

Contact: maryseppala@gmail.com

Head of School for July 1, 2021

Near North Montessori School is an exciting opportunity to lead a progressive Montessori school of 547 students from PS-Grade 8. An experienced leader, who is committed to the value of Montessori education, is sought to assume duties in July 2021.

Apply to Dr. Mary Seppala or Doug Jennings

Educators’ Collaborative

maryseppala@gmail.com (610)772-7625

dougjenningsd2249@gmail.com (317)319-2936

Submit in a singled merged pdf:

EC Candidate Summary (request from Mary Seppalaor Doug Jennings))

Letter of interest to the NNM Search Committee

Resume

Statement of Leadership Philosophy

List of five references with e-mail and telephone contact

Dec 10, 2020

Elementary, Primary Guide, and A to I Guide

Full Circle Montessori School   Arlington, VA, usa

Contact: cyang@fullcirclemontessori.com

Are you looking for a community of people who share your passion?

At Full Circle Montessori School you can…

* Faithfully execute Montessori pedagogy

* Serve children and families of diverse socio-economic backgrounds in Arlington, VA

* Partner with families through our robust family education initiatives

* Become a vital element of a school culture valuing peace education and philanthropy

* Join a supportive, collegial community where we continually expand and refine our craft.

What else can YOU bring to Full Circle Montessori School?

We’d love to hear about it.

Dec 10, 2020

Interim Head of School

Great River School 4105-07   St Paul, MN, usa

Contact: executive@greatriverschool.org

Interim Head of School to serve as an effective leadership bridge between the academic years of 2020/21 and 2022/23.

Great River School (GRS) is a tuition-free public charter serving grades 1-12 located in the heart of St. Paul, Minnesota. Founded in 2004, its curriculum and pedagogy are guided by the Montessori philosophy and at the 10th-12th year also incorporate the International Baccalaureate diploma program.

We are an anti-bias-anti-racist learning environment, seeking world peace through Montessori education. This position is allowed to apply for the permanent Head of School role beginning in 2022.

For full description, see listing at http://www.greatriverschool.org/employment

Dec 10, 2020

Head of School

The Cornerstone School   Stratham, NH, usa

Contact: BoardPresident@cornerstoneschool.org

Job Description: Head of School

The Cornerstone School, Stratham, NH

Application Deadline: January 31, 2021

Application Process: To apply for the position of Head of School at The Cornerstone School, please submit your application electronically in one PDF file to Brian Riley, at BoardPresident@cornerstoneschool.org by January 31, 2021.

Applications should include:

A cover letter explaining your interest in the position

A resume

A statement of educational philosophy

A list of three references (We will obtain permission from candidates before contacting references.)

Nestled into 11 acres of lush and picturesque trees along the New Hampshire Seacoast is The Cornerstone School. Since 1985, our exceptional school has been deeply committed to laying the foundation upon which each child can build, in order to become the architect of his or her own future. The Cornerstone School provides our students with a safe and nurturing environment that supports the innate joy of learning, fosters the development of self-esteem, and cultivates respect for one’s self, for others and for the environment. The Cornerstone School prides itself on contributing to a harmonious relationship between students, faculty and parents. We are committed believers in Montessori practices, empathetic and diligent guides and advocates for our students, and passionate practitioners of our fundamental learning philosophies at work and in life.

As the governing body of The Cornerstone School, the Board of Directors is passionate about preserving the legacy and history of our school, including maintaining the programs and practices that have served our learners for nearly 35 years, as well as continuously keeping our hearts and minds open to opportunities to build and grow in ways we have yet to imagine.

The Cornerstone School is seeking candidates for the position of Head of School. The Head of School carries out the broad educational policies established by the Board of Directors and acts within the limits of the financial policy set by that body. Within these basic guidelines the Head of School determines the methods for carrying out Board policies, creates operational policy, oversees the business operation, develops and evaluates student programs and services, provides administrative and professional leadership for faculty and staff, orchestrates external relations, and has responsibility for the day-to-day operation. Specifically, the Head of School:

Board of Directors Relationship

Brings to the attention of the Board all matters and data as are appropriate to keep the Board fully informed to meet its long- and short-term responsibilities. This includes suggestions for broad policy development as well as strategies for instructional betterment.

Maintains contact with the Board President to assure that the Board is aware of and engaged in major issues within the school.

Collaborates with the Board presenting a full range of options.

Facilitates communication between the Board and the faculty and staff.

Executes the financial policies set by the Board, including communicating Board policy and decisions to families and prospective families.

Acts as the voice and advocate of Board decisions and policies, with faculty and staff, families, and others.

Educational Responsibilities

If necessary, acts as a substitute in classrooms to be determined by staffing needs and classroom teacher needs so as to assure continued quality staffing, smooth transitions when personnel change occur, and teaching coaching, supervising, or mentoring.

In conjunction with the Admissions Director, ensures graduating students are provided the necessary documentation and guidance necessary for application to high school.

Organization

Creates and nurtures an appropriate and strong management team, by sharing and delegating to his/her immediate subordinates such that this group is prepared to collectively lead the institution should the Head of School suddenly become incapacitated.

Promotes an internal organization that permits strong, positive, productive and effective communication with staff, parents and greater community members.

Oversees daily operations of school, ensuring a safe environment as well as the well-being of faculty, staff and students.

Attends to all tasks related to successful operation of the school, including communications, security, and maintenance of all school equipment, facilities, and grounds;

Proposes and oversees short- and long-term facility maintenance, upgrades, and new construction; and proposes and oversees payroll, benefits, and other employee-related programs.

Planning & Analysis

Leverages senior staff, board and parents as required to develop and implement short-term and long-term goals/plans in regard to financial stability, enrollment, built infrastructure, and academic performance.

Stays attuned to similar institutions and Montessori peers to ensure The Cornerstone School continues to maintain its position on the forefront of Montessori education.

Creates and updates measurable metrics which can be used by the faculty, administration to continue to monitor the function of the school.

Remains abreast of trends and research in education – particularly those affecting private-independent Montessori schools while maintaining The Cornerstone School traditions and unique character.

Supports the Board in its responsibilities to undertake periodic, systematic, long-range planning.

Makes recommendations to the Board in strategic planning and ongoing strategic discussions.

Programs and Service Support

Promotes and carries out the mission of the school

Designs, implements and administers student curriculum, programs and services as appropriate to the needs of those enrolled and develops systems of scheduling to accommodate these programs and services.

Sets standards of participation and achievement.

Administers efforts that provide sufficient support for student programs. This encompasses general equipment and facilities as well as technological and electronic systems.

Assures that a comprehensive set of records is maintained in accordance with the needs of the school, its constituents, and the government.

Assures that the curriculum and instruction reflect Montessori philosophy and goals, and that the school’s environments are intentional and child-centric.

Sets criteria for consistency and integration across classrooms;

Creates and maintains an overall environment of respect, grace and courtesy.

Personnel

Devises the teaching and non-teaching policies needed to implement the school’s programs and selects and employs competent personnel to fill these positions.

Administers equitable systems of compensations, working conditions, discipline, training and development for all school employees.

Determines standards and takes appropriate steps to measure and maintain reasonable performance and professional growth among personnel.

Provides periodic direct oversight in classrooms across the school to ensure instruction is consistent with the school’s mission and educational standards.

Conducts periodic reviews of all personnel.

Dismisses those who fail to meet standards.

Establishes practices and procedures to promote harmonious and constructive relationships among all personnel.

Maintains personal contact with employees to foster good relations, promote high morale, and identify personnel problems as early as possible. Encourages similar contact on the part of the subordinates.

Finance (In conjunction with the Financial Coordinator)

Presents financial plans and annual budgets to the Board of Directors to achieve the objectives of the school.

Maintains a system of cost control to foster the efficiency consistent with high standards of education within limitations of the budget.

Manages a cost-effective system of purchasing, billing, accounting, investing and insurance.

Works directly with the Board of Directors to annually adjust tuition rates and salary.

Supports the Board in overseeing financial issues, budgets and long-term financial planning, and oversees the school’s finances and financial reporting.

Enrollment and Recruitment

Oversees the process of admissions

Recommends enrollment objectives with respects to student numbers, character, and quality-and executes programs to achieve them.

Remains abreast of effective marketing concepts and techniques that apply to private independent schools, and oversees their implementation.

Establishes standards and procedures for student admissions and dismissals.

Recommends a suitable Tuition Assistance program to the Board and executes that program.

Oversees all internal and external school communication, including all marketing (e.g. website, social media, newsletters, and school promotional events) inside and outside the school.

Fund Raising

Advises the Board with respect to fundraising needs and plans.

Proposes realistic goals for giving programs.

Works with the Parent Volunteer Group/Chair to develop fundraising ideas, efforts and events and becomes personally involved in the cultivation and solicitation of major prospects, as needed.

Constituent Relations

Encourages meaningful alumni, parent and past parent participation in events that aid and support the goals of the school.

Responds to special-interest groups, giving them direction while stressing the needs of all students.

Works to maintain programs that contribute to relations with local community – particularly with those people who come into regular contact with the school.

Maintains constructive liaison with other educational institutions and associations, particularly those which The Cornerstone School draws students from.

Facility Management (In conjunctions with Facilities Manager)

Supervises the operations and maintenance of all school facilities within budget limits.

Approves expenditures for operation and maintenance.

Head of School Desired Characteristics and Qualifications

Head of School experience

Minimum of 10 years combined experience as a head of school, teacher and/or director/administrator in education of children ages two to fourteen, preferably in a Montessori setting

Master’s degree or equivalent experience required

Strongly aligned with Montessori principles

Outstanding organizational and communication skills

Experience as a team builder and collaborator

Demonstrated ability to work harmoniously with parents, teachers and students

Strong correlation with culture, vision and mission of The Cornerstone School

Dynamic, approachable, accessible, visible and possessing a good sense of humor

Dec 3, 2020

English or French-speaking AMI Elementary (6-12) guide

Bilingual Montessori School of Paris   Paris, --, France

Contact: info@montessori-paris.com

The Bilingual Montessori School of Paris, the oldest bilingual Montessori school in France, is seeking an experienced Francophone or Anglophone AMI Elementary guide to work alongside another AMI Elementary guide and assistant in a beautiful, natural light-filled classroom overlooking the Seine river.

An international group of 22 children would like to welcome to their community a kind, positive, curious educator from now until the beginning of July 2021, with the possibility for a long term contract.

Applicants must have legal right to work in France.

For more information or to apply, please contact info@montessori-paris.com.

Visit our website at https://www.montessori-paris.com/fr/ to learn more about the school.

Dec 3, 2020

Primary Lead Guide

City Garden Montessori School    St Louis, MO, usa

Contact: jobs@citygardenschool.org

City Garden Montessori School (City Garden) is the only Montessori charter school in Missouri, and we are one of the highest-performing charter schools in the state. Our team possesses passion and determination to implement the Montessori approach to educating children in a diverse, public school environment. City Garden is committed to being an anti-biased, anti-racist community and seeks others who are passionate about these values. We are committed to continuous learning and growth for adults in the community, to foster excellence for all City Garden children.

Located in St. Louis, Missouri, City Garden is looking forward to beginning its 14th school year in 2021-22. We began in 2008 with 53 students; and, we are expecting to serve over 400 children in preschool through eighth grade next year. As we grow, we continue to seek individuals to join us who share our vision for academic excellence for all children and holistic Montessori education, rooted in equity and social justice.

Lead Guides – Primary

City Garden is expanding its Early Childhood education staff for the 2021-22 school year. We are seeking to fill six positions for Montessori Primary Lead Guides (ages 3 to 5 years). We are in search of educators with a passion for academically rigorous, individualized, experiential education in a diverse public school setting to fulfill the position of Primary Lead Guide. The Lead Guide will work with an Assistant Guide in the classroom.

We are beginning this expansion with the separation of the Primary age group, with three classrooms for Kindergarten (age 5) and three classrooms for ages 3 and 4. Our long-term plan is to combine students aged 3, 4, and 5 into classrooms aligned with the traditional Montessori planes of development. This means that all Primary Lead Guides will need to possess, or be willing to acquire, state education certification, in addition to their Montessori certification in Early Childhood education.

The ideal candidate for Primary Lead Guide will have a Bachelor’s degree and both Montessori and state certification in Early Childhood education.

A qualified candidate for Primary Lead Guide is someone who has a Bachelor’s degree, is a Montessori certified Early Childhood educator and who is interested in growing with us by acquiring state certification in Early Childhood education, which we will assist you in obtaining.

The candidate must be committed to growing in a school environment that is committed to anti-bias/anti-racist values and practices with a vision to create a more equitable world through education. We are seeking candidates who are outstanding, innovative teachers, have professional teaching experience and who are interested in making City Garden their vocational “home” for many years.

Additional Information:

This position offers a salary ranging from $38,250.00 to $45,190.00 based on level of education and years of teaching experience, as well as robust benefits including medical, dental, retirement, and generous personal time off.

To Apply

Please submit your resume and cover letter, which highlights your interest in the position and relevant experience, to jobs@citygardenschool.org.

Dec 3, 2020

Elementary Guide

Lee Montessori Public Charter School   Washington, DC, usa

Contact: chitra@leemontessori.org
  • Lee Montessori Public Charter Schools was founded to challenge inequity and close the opportunity gap in Washington, DC. Today, we operate two high-performing and diverse public charter schools to create a more just, equitable world.

    For our East End Campus, we are seeking AMI-trained Elementary Guides with a firm commitment to anti-bias/anti-racist pedagogy for the 2021-2022 school year.

    To see the full description & apply, visit: https://leemontessori.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=70

Dec 3, 2020

Toddler, Primary, Elementary & Middle School Lead Teachers

Springmont School   Atlanta, GA, usa

Contact: jstrickland@springmont.com

Springmont School, located on the north side of Atlanta, Georgia, is currently accepting resumes from Toddler, Primary, Elementary and Middle School teachers interested in joining our thriving Montessori community immediately and for the 2021-22 school year.

Serving 240 students 18 months through 8th grade, Springmont is AMI recognized and has been providing an exceptional Montessori experience since 1963. Our mission is to provide a learning environment where diversity of thought and a global perspective empower students to be inquisitive, knowledgeable, independent, compassionate and effective. In addition to our beautiful 7-acre main campus, students benefit from our 86-acre land school in the northwest Georgia mountains as well as distinctive Outdoor Science Education and Fine Arts programs.

Springmont offers competitive salaries commensurate with experience. Our benefits package includes individual health, dental, vision, and disability insurance, as well as a matching retirement plan, professional development opportunities, and tuition remission. Well-equipped classrooms and a supportive and collaborative environment foster professional and personal growth. Don’t miss the opportunity to work alongside some of the most respected teachers in Georgia.

Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree and a Montessori teaching certificate; at least three years’ experience in a Montessori environment is preferred. Interested candidates should email jobs@springmont.com, providing a brief cover letter in the body of the email and a resume as an attachment.

Dec 1, 2020

Primary Guide

Lifetime Montessori School   San Diego, CA, usa

Contact: kristin@lifetimemontessorischool.com

Lifetime Montessori School is located in 4S Ranch and Del Sur in the north county area of San Diego, California. We are searching for an AMI trained Primary Guide to lead in our Primary environment. We are an established school that follows AMI principles and philosophies. Lifetime Montessori serves students from 18-months through age 12.

We are a dedicated AMI school with a supportive staff and AMI trained Director. If you are a team player, have good communication skills and are committed to children’s development, you’re welcome to apply. We are looking for someone to start in January 2021.

The position requires an AMI diploma and an undergraduate degree. Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include: medical, paid sick leave, tuition discount, and professional development.

Please email your resume to our Director, Kristin Edwards at kristin@lifetimemontessorischool.com. No phone calls, please.

Nov 19, 2020

Lower Elementary Lead Teacher

Mission Montessori   San Francisco, CA, usa

Contact: dwiveck@missionmontessori.org
  • Mission Montessori believes our goal as educators is to help each child become a passionate member of the human community who is confident, creative, and flourishing. We pride ourselves on having a culture that supports our mission. We know that our students thrive when we, as adults, feel passionate about our work and create an environment where we also feel confident, creative, and flourishing.

    We are seeking a lower elementary lead who is committed to following the child, a strong communicator, and ready for a new in-person challenge in a caring and collaborative community where growth is valued and encouraged.

Nov 19, 2020

Part-time Montessori Primary Teacher (ages 3 – 5) – $100/hr

Private Group   Greenwich, CT, usa

Contact: info@carnegieprep.com

We are looking for a part-time Montessori educator interested in private/small group tutoring and teaching.

Description:

15-18 preschool kids, ages 3-5

1 day per week, Mondays, 9:00am-3:30pm

group meets in Westchester County, NY

Compensation: $100 per hour

Please send resume and cover letter to info@carnegieprep.com

Nov 19, 2020

Curriculum Coordinator

The Montessori School of Tokyo   Tokyo, --, Japan

Contact: employ@montessorijapan.com

 

The Montessori School of Tokyo is expanding and currently considering different leadership models for the 2021-22 academic year. We currently seek experienced Montessori teachers with excellent organisational and administrative skills who are looking to move into leadership positions within a well-established international Montessori school in the heart of Tokyo, Japan. Dependent on the final model, the Curriculum Coordinator role may be a combined part-time teaching/part-time leadership position or, alternatively, a full-time leadership role. The successful candidate will be one who is open-minded, solutions-focused, and can work flexibly and adaptably as the school continues to grow, regardless of the final leadership model.

The Curriculum Coordinator is responsible for supporting the teachers, students, and parents of their designated programme(s) in a variety of ways that nurture authentic relationships, and foster trust, confidence, and a shared belief in the school’s mission, vision and values.

Ensuring that the curriculum adheres to MST’s philosophy and that we as a school are delivering excellence in academic, social and emotional aspects of school life, the Curriculum Coordinator also plays a critical role in establishing vertical and horizontal alignment across levels through collaborative practice with teachers and other members of the Leadership Team.

Ensuring fidelity to Montessori principles, the Curriculum Coordinator is also a strong ambassador for the school, a self-reflective practitioner who supports a growth mindset and lifelong learning, and a leader who is adept at engaging and supporting others in a compassionate and respectful way.

A full description, including major duties and responsibilities can be found on the MST website, (https://www.montessorijapan.com/employment/curriculum-coordinator).

Nov 19, 2020

AMI Trained Guides

The Montessori School of Tokyo   Minato-ku, Tokyo, --, Japan

Contact: employ@montessorijapan.com

The Montessori School of Tokyo (MST) is seeking AMI Trained Guides to join our team. As our school continues to grow, we seek experienced and committed guides to support our community of children aged 2 to 15.

We are seeking AMI trained guides in all programmes:

• Little People Programme (ages 2-3)

• Sunshine Programme (ages 3-6)

• Lower Elementary (ages 6-9)

• Upper Elementary (ages 9-12)

• Middle School (ages 12-15)

MST is accredited by the International Montessori Council (IMC) and offers the chance to join a highly qualified faculty. We are proud of our well equipped classrooms and other facilities including a wonderful garden and well-stocked library. We enjoy the support of a diverse parent community that represents over 30 countries.

With approximately 200 students currently enrolled, and a strategic plan to grow to around 250, we are Japan’s largest Montessori school, offering competitive salaries and benefits and the opportunity to work with a supportive and experienced administrative staff.

A full description, including major duties and responsibilities can be found on the MST website (https://www.montessorijapan.com/employment/ami-trained-guides).

Nov 16, 2020

Early Childhood Associate Teacher Position (January 2021 start)

KINGSLEY MONTESSORI SCHOOL   Boston, MA, usa

Kingsley is looking for applicants for the position of Early Childhood Associate Teacher. We seek reflective, intentional educators who are looking to contribute to a progressive Montessori curriculum, pedagogy and principles. As an Associate Teacher, this individual will share responsibility for all aspects of our students’ classroom experience and for developing strong partnerships with parents and colleagues. The Associate teachers will also be responsible in maintaining current health and safety protocols due to Covid 19 in partnership with the Classroom Assistant Teacher. Other important duties include advancing your professional and personal growth and fulfilling administrative duties. All teachers attend regular meetings, observe, advise, and serve as a mentor and role model for other faculty in the areas of curriculum management, classroom schedules, record keeping, student needs, and the classroom environment. Early Childhood Associate Teachers report to the Early Childhood Director of Education.

See https://www.kingsley.org/at-a-glance/careers for full listing and details on how to apply.

Nov 16, 2020

Montessori Primary Teacher (ages 3 – 6

Osborn School District #8   Phoenix, AZ, usa

Contact: kbrooks@osbornsd.org
  • Osborn School District is seeking an AMI or AMS-certified Primary Teacher for immediate hire for the remaining 20-21 school year. This teacher would deliver authentic Montessori practices and pedagogy in a brand-new public school setting in the heart of Central Phoenix. Our District is a close-knit community that values equity and inclusivity among staff and families.

    The ideal candidate has experience working in a Montessori classroom, desires collaboration, and exercises strong communication skills with parents, students, and colleagues. Osborn offers competitive salaries, commensurate with experience, comprehensive health and state retirement benefits, and a supportive administration and staff who value innovation and initiative.

    If you would like to be on the ground floor of building a new Montessori program that provides students from all backgrounds with a high-quality, Montessori experience, apply now at https://www.applitrack.com/osborn/onlineapp/default.aspx Job ID: 795

Nov 11, 2020

Lead Nido Guide

Montessori Community School   Scott’s Valley, CA, usa

Contact: Madelynn@montessoricommunity.school

Montessori Community School is looking for a 0-3 Ami trained (or soon to be) guide, to lead our Nido classroom. We live in beautiful Santa Cruz, California among redwoods and close to the beach. Our school is an AMI recognized school and we are looking for a Guide to join our remarkable and dedicated team! Position starts anytime between now and August 2021. Please email your resume to madelynn@montessoricommunity.school

Nov 11, 2020

Full-Time, Montessori-Trained Substitutes

Aidan Montessori School   Washington, DC, usa

Contact: employment@aidanschool.org

Aidan Montessori School is seeking full-time, Montessori-trained substitutes for our Elementary, Primary, and Toddler programs for the 2020-2021 school year. Duties include managing the well-established distance learning plan, teaching students through in-person learning, and leading a hybrid model at times. Candidates must be Montessori-trained lead guides with teaching experience. Recent Montessori graduates with limited experience will also be considered. Montessori teachers with AMI and AMS diplomas preferred.

Learn more: https://www.aidanschool.org/about/careers-at-aidan

If you are a motivated, dynamic, thoughtful educator, we would like to hear from you. To apply, please send your resume and letter of interest to employment@aidanschool.org

Nov 5, 2020

Elementary/Kindergarten teacher

The International Montessori School of Beijing   Beijing, --, China

Contact: hr@msb.edu.cn

The International Montessori School of Beijing is an internationally recognized school, which has already operated more than 30 years in Beijing China, we are seeking professional/experienced Montessori lead teacher for Elementary & Kindergarten who are able to start from Aug. 2021:

1, AMI/AMS certified

2, bachelor’s degree

3, at least 2 years relevant working experience

4, English native speaker

Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits package includes a monthly housing allowance, annual air ticket allowance. Worldwide Medical Health Insurance is included. School will sponsor a “Z” visa for successful candidates. All international and local holidays with pay.

Oct 29, 2020

Casa Head Teacher

Glebe Montessori School   Ottowa, Ontario, --, Canada

Contact: sylvier@glebemontessori.ca

Private Montessori School in Ottawa is currently accepting applications for a one-year maternity leave replacement for a Casa Teacher for the 2020-21 school year. Interested candidates who hold a Montessori Degree, are requested to email their resumes to sylvier@glebemontessori.ca

Oct 29, 2020

Toddler Lead Guide

Bright Child Learning Center   Madison, WI, usa

Contact: office@bright-child.com

Compensation Package

– Highly competitive salary

– Benefits include: Health, Dental, and Vision; 401K with company match; fully paid ST/LT Disability, Life Insurance, PTO, Holidays and Continuing Education

Check out our website: www.bright-child.com

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Develop and implement a developmentally appropriate childcare program for young children in keeping with the Montessori philosophy.

• Plan and implement culturally appropriate activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of the children in the program

• Provide various experiences and activities for children including presenting materials, songs, games and story-telling in keeping with the Montessori teaching philosophy

• Establish routines and provide positive guidance

• Clearly and effectively communicate in a respectful manner that children understand

• Observe children and make notes of developmental progress, include photos and samples of work

• Routinely provide verbal and written updates to parents on their child’s development

• Provide a safe and secure environment for children to feel comfortable and ensure children are supervised within sight AND sound at all times

Keyword search: preschool, pre school, childcare, child care, daycare, day care, teacher

QUALIFICATIONS

• Hold a bachelors degree in Education or related field

• American Montessori Society (AMS) or Association Montessori International (AMI) certificate (preferred)

• Successfully pass pre-employment background check, physical and TB test

• Experience: minimum of 2 years leading a classroom

Bright Child Learning Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: From $16.00 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:

We provide all staff with PPE and have implemented special cleaning protocols that create a protective, safe environment for children and staff.

Oct 29, 2020

AMI Trained Lead Toddler Teacher

Montessori in Redlands   Redlands, CA, usa

Contact: hr@mir.org

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 are outside working and playing. Imagine a school where staff members stay for 10, 20, 30 even 40 years, because they feel respected as professionals and it is simply a great place to work.

Montessori in Redlands is looking for an AMI Assistants to Infancy diploma holder to join our team as a Lead Toddler Teacher. A successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to Montessori philosophy and a passion for serving young children.

This opening is for a 10-month contracted position beginning August 9, 2021.

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 details.

Please email your cover letter, resume, and copy of your AMI Assistants to Infancy Diploma to hr@mir.org by February 1, 2021.

Oct 26, 2020

Head of School

Montessori Community School   Durham, NC, usa

Contact: maryseppala@gmail.com

Head of School for July 1, 2021

The Montessori Community School of Durham is a vibrant community of 220 students, 18 months to grade 8. An experienced and dedicated leader is sought to assume duties in July 2021.

Apply to Dr. Mary Seppala

Educators’ Collaborative

maryseppala@gmail.com (610)772-7625

Submit in a singled merged pdf:

EC Candidate Summary (request from Mary Seppala)

Letter of interest to the MCS Durham Search Committee

Resume

Statement of Leadership Philosophy

List of five references with e-mail and telephone contact

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