Join our talented team in an established American Montessori Society full member school where we inspire children to become intrinsically motivated lifelong learners with excellent problem-solving skills! Enjoy our respectful and collaborative team with highly supportive leadership.
We are growing and seeking an Early Childhood (3-6) teacher to guide children 3 to 6 years of age on their journey to independence. A Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education is preferred, but other degrees will be considered. Our compensation and benefits package is competitive and will vary according to education and experience. Our ideal candidate must have a passion for working with children, a love for learning, and the ability to work collaboratively to ensure we provide the highest quality Montessori environment. This position will begin in August 2021, but could possibly begin in July.
*Please send cover letter indicating interest in the position as well as a current resume as attachments to Diane Lanci at email@example.com in order to be considered for the position.
Our World Montessori is committed to the principle of inclusion, and we celebrate diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religious or spiritual beliefs, gender, sexual orientation, family configuration, political affiliation, or marital status in the administration of its employment, educational or admissions policies, or tuition assistance programs.
About Our World Montessori
Our World Montessori is a diverse and vibrant community of learners. Our children explore and work together in a warm and nurturing home-like environment. Our World Montessori is a thriving school serving and educating over 60 children from 18 months through kindergarten.
Our program is child-centered. Children learn through the exploration of self-chosen, hands-on materials. Understanding that children learn at their own pace and have a variety of interests, AMS-credentialed Montessori teachers plan lessons based on the individual interests and readiness of the children rather than chronological age.
A natural sense of wonder motivates these young learners to explore their connections to the world around them. They are learning how to get along with others as well as understanding each person’s responsibility to take care of not only themselves and their school environment, but also the wider community and our planet.