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Preschool / Early Education Teacher (Reggio, IB, Language Immersion)


La Scuola International School in the San Francisco Bay Area, California
-San Francisco (Preschool and K – 8 campuses)
-East Palo Alto (Preschool – Kindergarten)

Start Date: August 1, 2023

La Scuola seeks Preschool / Early Education Teachers for the upcoming school year. Applicants should be strong team players and be very proactive and flexible. Final candidates need to be prepared for a teaching demonstration (or a video if they are overseas).

This position will report to the Early Childhood Director at our campus in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood.

Role responsibilities

-Set educational and developmental goals for the children in your group, both as a group and individually.
-Prepare the environment (indoor and outdoor) thoughtfully every day so that it supports those objectives.
-Plan (progettazione) & carrying out appropriate daily curriculum and long term projects to further support those goals.
-Assess and document the group dynamic, as well as individual developmental progress toward group and individual goals is required.
-Effectively communicate with staff and parents; a weekly bulletin (Momenti) describing classroom activities is required for all classes. -The weekly bulletin will also explain why the described activities are chosen and what children are learning through them.

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Teachers – Now Interviewing for Immediate Classroom Placement AND for Summer Support Teachers


Seeds of Wonder Journey School
Roswell, GA

Start Date: April 10, 2023

The Role of the Teacher
SOWJS Teachers play a key role and help to set the tone of our community by valuing each child and each child’s family member as individuals. By modeling responsibility, welcoming, and caring, teachers foster children’s identities. SOWJS Teachers have the educational qualifications, dispositions, knowledge, dedication to lifelong learning, and professional commitment necessary to support children and their families as they grow and develop. Teachers work collaboratively with their colleagues to develop, implement, and evaluate the classroom pedagogy, and to provide a quality educational program reflecting the goals and values of the school. Teachers monitor the development and learning of the children and partner with families in sharing this information. Teachers also provide guidance to
substitutes and classroom volunteers. Experienced teachers serve as mentors for teachers who are new to the field or who would benefit from support in specific areas such as the Reggio Emilia approach, classroom management/conscious discipline, parent communication, room design, emergent curriculum planning, student observation and assessments, Jewish knowledge, etc.

SOWJS teachers are expected to respectfully engage each other as a community of critical colleagues, always with the intention of supporting and helping each other improve in our own practice. This job description is not all-inclusive, as working with children always presents us with unknown situations. SOWJS reserves the right to update the job description as necessary for the benefit of the children, families and the faculty culture.

The Dispositions and Knowledge of the Teacher:
SOWJS Teachers value and promote children’s play and exploration, are curious about each child’s perspective, understand child guidance in a developmental context and are alert to the learning process for each child. Teachers model anti-bias practices and cultural sensitivity, ask for help, accept suggestions, and offer guidance. Teachers maintain confidentiality and are diligent about health and safety. Teachers are lifelong learners and take time for regular reflection and self-examination. Teachers are open to feedback and offer feedback to others respectfully.

Reports to (supervisor): Director

1. Attend to children’s physical and emotional safety
2. Develop relationships with families and colleagues
3. Be with children joyfully, maintain a positive attitude and a team spirit, willingness to collaborate and reflect openly with colleagues.
4. Maintain own and shared physical spaces respectfully
5. Attend to daily communication
6. Identify your professional development goals
7. Participate in self-evaluation and school evaluation process
8. Stay current in the field

1. Pay close attention to children’s play, engage in reflection and discussion about children’s growth and learning, and respond to children’s play themes and developmental themes
2. Plan and implement a balanced pedagogy based on observation and reflection and according to the school goals and philosophy – Teachers with the Virtual Learning Pods will implement and facilitate each child’s online curriculum and will plan appropriate activities while children are not in their online classes. Homework should happen at SOWJS whenever possible; if there is homework to complete at
home, teachers will communicate that to parents daily.
3. Careful documentation of children’s play and learning, including, but not limited to, documentation displays in the classroom, portfolios, newsletters.
4. Attend to classroom management, including flow of the day, group dynamics, and conflict negotiations
5. Support and facilitate children’s play indoors and out
6. Care for classroom environment and aesthetics
7. Nurture physical, spiritual, emotional, social, and intellectual growth and development of each child
8. Provide care, protection, consistency, and guidance to the children

Administrative & Classroom
1. Preschool classes only – Read and maintain children’s files and portfolios including work samples, anecdotal notes and other documentation
2. Provide a cheerful, nurturing, healthy, safe and clean classroom environment.
3. Inform Preschool Director of any maintenance issues in a timely fashion.
4. Request materials and supplies to be purchased in a timely fashion (at least one week in advance).
5. Maintain attendance records
6. Maintain organization and cleanliness of equipment, materials, and classroom

Communication & Community
1. Uphold the Faculty & Staff Handbook
2. Communicate regularly with Director, including all concerns regarding children’s progress
3. Plan and participate in school social and family education programs
4. Monitor growth and development of each child and communicate progress and concerns with parents and Director
5. Maintain a continuing dialogue with families, (preschool teachers – parent/teacher conferences as scheduled and as needed)
6. Maintain an open dialogue and respectful problem solving with the teaching team
7. Protect the rights and privacy of children and families by maintaining strict confidentiality
8. Attend school wide and class events such as parent meetings and other special events

Professional Development
1. Participate in lifelong learning by increasing knowledge and abilities in the field of education through attendance of workshops and courses, reading books, blogs or periodicals, etc.
2. Work towards increasing knowledge of Judaism and related topics
3. Preschool Teachers – Work towards increasing knowledge of Reggio Emilia philosophy, Project Approach and Emergent Curriculum
4. Participate in teacher professional development days, teacher workdays and staff meetings.
5. Partner with other school educators for professional development on the peer to peer level
6. Complete at least 10 hours of certified professional development hours as required by Bright From The Start annually

1. Provide support for fellow teachers; lend a “helping hand”; try to go “above and beyond” whenever possible
3. Assist in the organization and facilitation of parent meetings and other events
4. Help to orient new families

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Director – Western Avenue Children’s Center


Campus Child Care
8 Story Street, B70
Cambridge MA 02138

Our six on campus programs are in Cambridge and Allston, Massachusetts on Harvard University’s campuses.

Start Date: April 10, 2023

Center Director – New Program!
Campus Child Care (CCC)

CCC is looking for a dynamic, enthusiastic program leader to launch our newest program. This is an amazing opportunity to be on the ground floor of a new center designed to be a Reggio Emilia inspired program. Building on the strength of our six existing programs, the director of Western Avenue Children’s Center (WACC) will have the support needed to build a program at a pace that reflects our organization’s ability to hire and enroll. Adjacent to the new Paulson Science and Engineering Campus in Allston MA, WACC is set to open in June 2023. WACC will play an important role in both building and supporting the community. The program will eventually fill 8 classrooms and have a robust administrative team, ample staffing and a building that supports large and small group work indoors and out.

At CCC a Center Director is the LEADER who embraces and implements the vision and mission of CCC to provide high quality care to Harvard and the surrounding community. The Center
Director is the key influencer who sets the tone for the center and maintains its excellence. The Director establishes a culture where staff and parents also can contribute to the CCC community of innovation and inspired learning.

The Director is accountable to diversity, equity and inclusion for all community members.
We would like a director to join our team early get to know our existing programs and feel grounded on campus before WACC opens.

Submit your resume and cover letter to and tell us why you are the right person for this opportunity!

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Early Childhood Educator (learning with ages 3-5)


The Morningside School
Carrboro, NC

Start Date: August 15, 2023

Among other things that come up, some of the main duties of a teacher at Morningside School will be:
–care for, learn and teach with children ages 3-5
–work closely with co-teacher to observe and reflect on what we see the children doing
–share in the documentation of the learning and experiences that are observed
–take these observations and work with the co-teacher to construct and offer an ever-growing and expanding curriculum based on observations made and assessments done of the children’s interests and needs
–attend pre-school year functions such as community potluck and home visits
–attend special functions throughout the school year such as parent/teacher conferences and art show or other community events
–keep CPR training up to date for as long as employed at MSS
–attend continuing education classes throughout the year to further one’s own learning (cost to be covered by MSS)

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Site Supervisor Business Operations


Loyola Marymount University
1 LMU Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90045

Start Date: February 24, 2023

Job Summary

Under general supervision, reporting to the Director of Children’s Center, create and maintain a professional office environment while supporting the overall success of the LMU Children’s center through accounting, reporting, financial functions, customer service and community relations that will promote efficiency and support the daily operations for all services offered through the LMU Children’s Center. Serve as the primary liaison for the Children’s Center to the Staff and Families.

Job Description

Position Specific Responsibilities/Accountabilities

1. Facilitate the processing of tuition fees ensuring timely deposit, appropriate receipts, and tracking of parent accounts. Perform monthly reconciliation of tuition and other payments between Procare and Workday. Monitor past-due balances and follow proper collection procedures.

2. Assist in the management of the following: accreditation, licensing, calendar development, parent and staff communications, and edit and proofread documents such as the Newsletter, DRDPs, etc.

3. Prepare confidential and non-confidential letters, memoranda, e-mail, and other documents. Handle highly sensitive and/or urgent information with diplomacy; maintain surroundings in a clean and professional manner, oversee the work of the Administrative Coordinator.

4. Monitor spending, reconcile expenses for all accounts, and produce quarterly financial reports for the Children’s Center Director. Produce quarterly profit and loss statements. Maintain P-Card credit card applications and reconcile with online charges and monthly statements of the Children’s Center. Properly code/charge and approve all invoices for submitting to the Controller’s Office to either be paid by check or charged to a P-Card. Resolve invoice and payment problems. Process and record payments (cash, check, debit, etc.). Analyze accounts and make adjustments as necessary.

5. Provide ongoing analysis of the Children’s Center budget versus spending trends in order to better align the Children’s Center budget with operations. Develop and maintain financial metrics to assist the Director in evaluating its financial position.

6. Negotiate, finalize, and maintain contracts and agreements including payment plans for the Children’s Center with vendors, equipment maintenance companies, parents and other service providers. Serve as the primary liaison with the Controller’s Office.

7. Hire, supervise, train, and coordinate schedules of work-study students. Process student work awards in coordination with financial aid and Student Employment Services. Review student timecards for accuracy and approve; track weekly/semester/yearly accumulations

of student hours and compare/contrast with student worker budget allocations. Bring discrepancies to the attention of the Director and Associate Director.

8. Help maintain and manage the Waitlist. Work closely with the Director and Associate Director in assisting with the process enrollment.

9. Assist Director and Associate Director with research related to the Children’s Center operations, programming, compliance, and other activities.

10. Serve as the facilities lead for the Children’s Center and help manage and coordinate facilities related projects.

11. Perform other duties as assigned or requested such as covering in the classrooms on an ongoing basis.

Loyola Marymount University Expectations

Exhibit behavior that supports the mission, vision, and values of the university. Communicate and employ interpersonal actions that model high standards of professional, responsible, accountable, and ethical conduct. Demonstrate a commitment to outstanding customer service.

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Director of the Early Learning Center


Adelphi University, Garden City, NY 11530

Start Date: February 23, 2023

Director of the Early Learning Center

Alice Brown Early Learning Center


This position manages, coordinates and supports all aspects of the operation of a licensed full day early care and education program. The Director has a vital role in the organizational structure and day-to-day management of the ELC. In addition to, guiding and growing the mission of the program in alignment to the University’s needs.

REPORTS TO: Dean for the College of Education and Health Sciences


• Recruits and coordinates schedules for staff and students based on projected enrollments by day and hour ensuring that staffing patterns required to meet and maintain OCFS regulations and quality of program are achieved.
• Conducts recruitment and interview and selection process for position openings in the program.
• Develops a training and orientation schedule for staff development activities.
• Assists faculty of University in promoting the practices and purpose of the center.
• Determines the need to revise policies and procedures and drafts revisions and disseminates when necessary.
• Resolves problems and serves as liaison in interpretation of policies and procedures for families and staff.
• Updates and maintains the center’s strategic plan, coordinating with appropriate staff and University personnel on status of specific goals and objectives.
• Develop, plan for and administrate the financial needs of the program including; developing tuition rates, determining long range and daily budgeting needs.
• Mentor and support student employees, and graduate assistants employed by the program.
• Collaborate with, mentor and support student observers, and certification candidates placed in classroom.
• Maintain collaborative relationships and active two-way communications with parents and other University personnel.
• Counsel families, if necessary, regarding their child’s development and provide community linkage for intervention and advocacy to promote family welfare.
• Develop parent programs and events.
• Maintains high visibility in the center with staff and parents.
• Supervise and lead classroom teams in planning, implementing and assessing developmentally appropriate curriculum.
• Assist teaching teams in supervising and managing the day-to-day classroom operations.
• Ensure that the outdoor play environment is well organized and utilized as an extension of the classroom setting.
• Engage in meaningful on-going professional development opportunities; including trainings required by the NYS Office of Children and Family Services, and Adelphi University.
• Understand and implement Child Day Care Regulations as administered by the Office of Children and Family Services.
• Continually update knowledge of child development, early childhood curriculum, and staff development through appropriate publications, trainings, and courses.
• Actively participates in advocacy to enhance the care and education of children.
• Models and maintains confidentiality in and outside of the classroom setting about children, parents, staff, students and observers.
• maintain accreditation through the National Academy for the Education of Young children (NAEYC).
• Perform any other job duties and responsibilities as needed by the program.


• Associate Director.
• Teacher.
• Assistant Teacher.
• Administrative Assistant.
• Student Teacher Aides.
• Field Placement Students.

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Preschool Teacher – Team Position


Evergreen Community School
2800 Colorado Ave
Santa Monica, CA 90404

Start Date: August 21, 2023

Program Description
Evergreen Community School is a small (60 students), NAEYC accredited, non-profit preschool in Santa Monica, California. We are a community of dedicated teachers and parents committed to a progressive, social-constructivist model. The staff includes 10 full-time teachers, an atelierista and a pedagogista.

We’re looking for dedicated and professional educators with previous classroom experience. Our classroom teachers work in teams of 3 in the classroom, atelier, and outdoor environments. A knowledge of and/or a strong passion for social constructivist education is a must! We’re seeking self-starters who value collaboration, innovative thinking, a passion for working with children and a strong image of the child. Our ideal candidate is flexible, friendly and has strong verbal and written communication skills. Competence with Mac programs, video and photography are a plus.

Evergreen staff are warm, fun, and dedicated to a collaborative approach. We are committed to professional growth both individually and as a group. Staff are encouraged to pursue their own personal passions, and often weave their interests into their work.

Description, Responsibilities, & Duties
– Observing, reflecting and documenting individual and group experiences.
– Keeping a portfolio for each child with dated work that shows a progression of skill, interest and activity.
– Using documentation and portfolios as a guide for developing curriculum.
– Developing individual goals for each child while being mindful of group dynamics and collaboration.
– Writing and distributing weekly updates
– Collaborating on a teaching team, atelierista and pedagogista
– Building positive, supportive relationships with families
– Participating in professional development meetings, workshops, and conferences at the preschool
– Attending school-wide and class events such as parent meetings and other special events.

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Lead Teacher


Paladin-Imagination Station
Michigan City, IN 46360

Start Date: February 14, 2023

POSITION SUMMARY: Nurture curiosity through purposeful experiences to create a future full of lifelong learners. Help to meet the diverse needs of our families in our program. Implement
Reggio-Emilia Inspired Approach while bringing joy, warmth, patience, and understanding to the classroom every day, encouraging children to learn and grow. Inspiring children to be lifelong learners, implementing curriculum that promotes social, emotional, physical, verbal, and cognitive development. Committed to making their school successful and know that creating meaningful relationships with children, parents, and families play a crucial role in that success.
Performs all job responsibilities in a safe manner while consistently exhibiting leadership abilities.
Complete duties with a positive attitude and with the intention of Paladin’s success. Teach and
actively monitor children in the classroom. Become familiar with and implement positive discipline strategies, and Progettazione when planning and setting up the classroom environment.
Perform screenings and assessments on all children according to a particular time frame. Meaningfully interact on a daily basis with parents. Solicit volunteers for participation in the
program. Conduct home visits (Head Start) and parent-teacher conferences throughout school year.
Integrate and analyze child assessment data for planning. Includes any other duties to help drive our vision, fulfill our mission, or
support our organizational values.

o Successful Drug Screening.
o Successful Physical Capacities Examination and TB screen results.
o Criminal History Background Clearance.

1. Ability to create a positive working environment for both children and colleagues.
2. Physical capability, strength and coordination adequate to work with preschool children
including, kneeling, stooping, bending, and sitting on the floor.
3. Required computer literacy: Word processing, database, Internet, spreadsheets, and email.
4. Maintain computerized records for child/family tracking system.
5. Ability to visually assess the health and behaviors of children.
6. Frequent significant decisions to assure developmental progress of children.
7. Demonstrated ability to supervise preschool children and ensure a safe learning
environment including the ability to monitor and respond to events going on at all times in classroom, outdoor play areas and on field trips. This includes the ability to move quickly to respond to very active children and to redirect or physically remove a child in
order to ensure their safety or the safety of others in the environment.
8. Ability to utilize teacher preparation time effectively, refrain from engaging in personal business.
9. Ability to exercise professional conduct in the workplace. Conduct oneself with decorum while representing Paladin.
10. Ability to respond appropriately (both mentally and physically) to an emergency or a
crisis situation.
11. Uphold all responsibilities for mandated reporting as legally required by the State of
12. Assure that a positive image of Paladin is portrayed at all times.
13. Occasional driving for training and job responsibility requirements.
14. Occasional lifting in excess of 50 lbs., occasionally placing children into seats and ability
to carry or drag a child in an emergency situation to a safe area.
15. Occasional climbing steps to enter and exit bus.

Classroom Management, Intentional Planning, and Meaningful Assessment
1. Organize and prepare opportunities for children and families to create meaningful
connections with community.
2. Always provides a safe environment with supervision of children at all times, consistently
applying active supervision and emergency procedures.
3. Intentionally planning on-going experiences that enhance the cognitive, social, emotional,
linguistic and physical development of young children.
4. Submitting weekly lesson and unit plans that support each child’s identified goals which
reflect an integrated approach across all content areas.
5. Endorse and implement the Reggio Emilia Progettazione in alignment with NAEYC, Indiana Early Learning, and Head Start standards.
6. Implementing developmentally appropriate behavior management techniques, including
Conscious Discipline in alignment with Paladin’s image of the child.
7. Keep necessary reports and documentation, including but not limited to, assessment data, developmental screening, behavior intervention plans, and conference notes.
8. Appropriately implements CACFP procedures and complies with all USDA laws.
Family Engagement and Partnerships
9. Plans for, utilizing and training volunteers for the classroom, playground, gross motor area
and field trips.
10. Provide parents opportunities to give input into the daily curriculum and document input
on lesson plans.
11. Plan and implement meaningful parent engagement opportunities.
12. Attend Parent Meetings.
13. Build respectful, culturally responsive, and trusting relationships with families.
14. Engage in effective collegial relationships
15. Interact with other staff using the highest standards of professionalism.
16. Supports team by providing coverage for breaks, lunches, and illnesses as needed
17. Follow all agency policies and procedures
18. Organize time to allow for planning, preparation, and parent/teacher conferences.
19. Responsive to mentor/coaching/management feedback. Demonstrate a willingness to
implement new strategies.
20. Provide customer service in reception, greet, and direct visitors at the site.
21. Perform other relevant responsibilities as required by the program or assigned by
22. Maintain a clean, sanitary, safe and welcoming classroom.
23. Model the respectful workplace policy when interacting with Paladin clients, community
members, and colleagues.
24. Must be responsible, able to handle confidential material, able to organize effectively and
able to work independently.
25. Assure that a positive image of the Paladin is always portrayed.
Training responsibilities
26. Maintain current, valid driver’s license and liability insurance at all times on any personal
vehicle used to conduct Paladin business.
27. Obtain and keep current Adult and Pediatric CPR and First Aid certifications.
28. Complete 15 credit hours in ECE and a minimum of 20 hours continuing education,
based on individualized professional development plan.

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Early Childhood Division Head


The Pembroke Hill School is an independent school with 1,200 students, EY-12 located in the heart of Kansas City, MO and accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS). Our mission is Together, cultivating the best in each for the benefit of all. We are dedicated to educational excellence and helping our students achieve their goals while guiding them to become individuals of character who believe that they can and do make a difference in our school community and as global citizens.

Start Date: July 3, 2023

The EC Division Head reports directly to the Head of School and serves on the school’s administration team. Key responsibilities include:
Lead and direct the Early Years and Preschool programs including academics, curriculum, student support, activities and events, parent communication and education.
Develop, supervise, grow and retain quality faculty and staff. Conduct classroom observations of teachers and provide constructive feedback and coaching.
Interview and assess applicants to EC. Lead the hiring teams for all open EC positions with the support of the Director of HR.
Develop and maintain the EC operating budget.
Plan, coordinate and communicate with other divisions and departments.
Communicate, develop, and foster relationships with the EC families and parent community.

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Community Childhood Learning Place
39 State Street
Castine, Maine 04421

Start Date: February 6, 2023

Community Childhood Learning Place, a Reggio Emilia inspired early learning program located in a beautiful town on the coast of Maine, is seeking a teacher to inspire learning in our children. The “Round School” was designed and built with the principles of Reggio Emilia Approach in mind. The three classrooms are located around a beautiful art space. The learning environment provides opportunities for teachers to design activities based upon the interest of the children, 3-months to 5-years. All learning activities follow the Maine Early Learning Standards.

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Preschool Teacher


Siemens Child Development Center, Wilsonville, OR

Organization: Digital Industries

Company: Siemens Industry Software Inc.


Job Description

The Mentor Graphics CDC is now known as the Siemens Child Development Center, an early childhood community. We have a full time opening in our highly reputable and innovative Preschool program. No changes have been made to location on programming, simply a name change to reflect our merger. Operating hours for the Center are 7:45-5:00, Monday – Friday in a year round context.
Teachers at the child development center work in a professional, collaborative, team-based culture and are inspired by the schools of Reggio Emilia, Italy and a social-constructivist pedagogy.
In response to the current climate in Early Childhood we have been thoughtful about our culture to reflect additional center closure days to our calendar to accommodate our Teacher’s lives outside of work; teacher work time and working hours.


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Newtowne School
11 Garden Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

Start Date: August 28, 2023

Newtowne School, a Reggio Emilia-inspired, family cooperative preschool in Cambridge, Massachusetts, seeks an Atelierista to support child-centered, emergent curriculum with students aged 22 months to 5 years.

The Atelierista ensures that all Newtowne students have opportunities to use new art mediums, explore themes of interest, and develop skills to express knowledge and ideas through open-ended provocations and facilitated projects. This person oversees the Atelier and its budget, creating an organized and inspiring environment in which children may engage in small group project work. They make learning visible through documentation and provide regular teaching-team consultations to support curriculum planning, material selection and presentation, and documentation practice. As a member of the school’s leadership team, the Atelierista contributes to Newtowne’s strategic planning for cross-classroom and school-wide projects, as well as family- and community-partnerships, particularly those in local arts-based and/or university programs.

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Preschool Teacher


The Children’s Meetinghouse
Concord, Ma 01742

Start Date: February 27, 2023

The Children’s Meetinghouse in Concord, MA, a non-profit early childhood center is looking for new educators in our Preschool Classroom. Our teachers feel inspired and excited learning about the Reggio Emilia philosophy. The school is located in beautiful surroundings and has a huge playground area. As a small program with plenty of space and possibilities, we are proud to have generous teacher to child ratios. We serve children from ages four months to five years in our two mixed age classrooms.

The Children’s Meetinghouse is an equal opportunity employer and affords equal opportunity to all applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected under local, state or federal laws. We welcome you!
We would love to hear from you! Along with collaborating on a teaching team, job requirements include participating in all duties related to the education and care of young children. Preferred applicants have a passion to work with children in a group setting, joy in inquiry based projects, and interest in making learning visible through documentation.

Applicants must be teacher certified by the Department of Early Education and Care. Degree in early childhood education or related field desired, as well as experience with Reggio Emilia philosophy. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package included. The Children’s Meetinghouse follows a 10-month calendar.

We are open from 7:30am to 5:30pm. Our teacher to child ratio is very generous and we are using our large playground spaces for lots of outdoor explorations. The shift for the current school year will be 9:30-5:30 pm. We are also open to hiring for a part time afternoon shift of 12:30-5:30pm. If you would like to join a community of children, teachers, and parents who love their school, please contact us. We would like to meet you!

To apply, please send a letter of interest and resume highlighting relevant experience to:

Amanda Gillis, Director

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