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Teacher and Graduate Student – Boulder Journey School


Boulder Journey School
Boulder, Colorado

Start Date: August 1, 2022

The Boulder Journey School Teacher Education Program is a unique, one-year employment opportunity where you can study the Reggio Emilia Approach in an intimate way through the direct application of Reggio-inspired coursework in an Early Childhood classroom. During this one year, you will earn a Master’s Degree from University of Colorado Denver and a Colorado Teaching License at a significantly reduced tuition rate (non-residents are granted in-state tuition). For more information please visit:–license-teacher-education-residency-program.html

Responsibilities & Duties:
Participate in a Study Trip to Reggio Emilia, Italy
Co-teach with a Mentor Teacher in a classroom and take on the daily responsibilities of a classroom teacher
Design and engage in opportunities for leadership and advocacy in the field of Early Childhood Education
Engage in ongoing collaboration and reflection on teaching practice with a cohort of peers
Co-construct a contextual curriculum with children and adults
Innovate new early childhood practices

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Director, Cyert Center for Early Education


Carnegie Mellon University Cyert Center for Early Education, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Start Date: August 1, 2022

The Cyert Center was founded in 1971 by working parents, for working parents. Since then, the Cyert Center has grown to a program that serves roughly 125 children on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University. The Cyert Center for Early Education-Penn Avenue opened in June of 2017 in response to the need for additional high quality childcare for the Carnegie Mellon University community. The Penn Avenue Center for Early Education serves 53 children. The Director oversees both locations with the Director’s office located on campus at the Cyert Center.

The Cyert Center for Early Education- Morewood Avenue and The Cyert Center for Early Education- Penn Avenue combine to create a community committed to the highest quality care and education for infants, toddlers, and young children. We believe that all children are thinkers, researchers, and problem solvers. Our program revolves around valuing the development of relationships, open dialogue, and collaboration, which we believe supports the development of strong relationships between all members of this community—children, parents, and educators and the communities beyond these walls.

The Director is passionate about early childhood education and has experience with the Reggio Emilia philosophy. This position is responsible for leading and managing the Cyert Center and the 6555 Penn Avenue Center for Early Education, enrollment, budget, external professional development and outreach, family engagement, planning and organization, and compliance/accreditation. The Director is responsible for making decisions when an emergency arises and informing the VP of Human Resources as soon as possible so needed support can be given and all those needed to know can be informed. This includes reporting information critical to the operation of the program. The Director works with the Assistant Directors to support the development of the 6555 Penn Avenue Center for Early Education connecting the mission and vision of the two locations.

The Director has 8 direct reports; the Cyert Center Younger Cluster Assistant Director, the Cyert Center Older Cluster Assistant Director, the 6555 Penn Avenue Center for Early Education Assistant Director, 2 Cyert Center Studio Educators, the Business Operations Specialist, the Program Assistant, and the Head Cook.
Core Responsibilities include:

Leadership and Management:

Leads and manages the Center consistent with the Centers mission and vision, effectively modeling and articulating the Reggio Emilia philosophy, and creating and maintaining a culture of respect, decorum, and enthusiasm.

Communicates proactively with staff and provides ongoing support through meetings, observations, and appropriate feedback
Connects daily with Younger and Older Cluster Educational Coordinators to understand and support each other in the daily operation of the Center
Facilitates weekly leadership meetings
Supervises kitchen staff and meets regularly to discuss systems, routines, and makes connections to the classroom
Manages budget, tuition, and strategic direction of the center
Outreach, Development, and Public Relations:

Coordinates Program for Collaborative Learning, the training arm of the Cyert Center for Early Education which provides opportunities for professional exchanges, training, and collaborations with other early childhood educators and administrators in dialogue with the Reggio Emilia Approach
Coordinates onsite visitation days, tours, and observations
Creates, implements, and coordinates outside consultation, seminar events, and educator presentations to the community
Manages PCL activities and budget
Represents the Center nationally and locally by serving on professional committees and participating in leadership roles of professional organizations (PAEYC, NAEYC, NAREA, NCCCC)
Prepares presentations and papers and collaborates on conference presentations
Participates in national and international efforts to enhance early childhood development and education
Maintains professionally current in the field of Early Childhood Education
Represents the Center at University functions and serves on Center Policy Board
Develops and coordinates University connections through student on-site observations, faculty and student visits, practicums, internships, student teaching, and research studies
Maintains information on resources available through the University that help support the work that goes on within the Program
Program and Family Engagement:

Fosters a sense of community among early childhood families.

Communicates proactively with families, and strives to understand and respond supportively to family values, needs, and concerns regarding the Center
Engages with teachers, parents, and children by visiting classrooms frequently and attending special activities
Serves on Parent Educator Committee and Parent Educator Working Groups, attending other meetings as necessary
Serves as a resource regarding developmental, family, and school choice issues
Responds to serious problems
Helps parents advocate for their children with special needs
Enrolls children and maintains proper numbers throughout the year
Works with Younger and Older Cluster Educational Coordinators to coordinate open house or tours for families on the waiting list
Supervises Program Assistant in her role of updating and maintaining the wait list

Operates the Center in compliance with state and national guidelines.

Coordinates NAEYC accreditation process and DPW licensing procedure, in collaboration with Younger and Older Cluster Educational Coordinators and Educators
Holds Younger and Older Cluster Educational Coordinators accountable for compliance with DPW regulations and NAEYC standards
Maintains staff files, and supervises Senior Administrative Coordinator in her role of updating new staff files
Supervises Program Assistant in her role of updating and maintaining children’€™s files
Keeps abreast of health-related issues to keep the Center’€™s written health policies current, and connects with health care consultant as needed
Other duties as assigned

Inclusion, collaboration and cultural sensitivity are valued competencies at CMU. Therefore, we are in search of a team member who is able to effectively interact with a varied population of internal and external partners at a high level of integrity. We are looking for someone who shares our values and who will support the mission of the university through their work.

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Associate Teacher – Preschool


World Builders Academy
Kansas City, MO

Start Date: August 8, 2022

We are seeking applicants for teachers in our Pre-K, Preschool, and Toddler programs.

Primary Responsibilities:
Is responsible for the overall supervision and daily class functions of a group of children.
Lead teachers will utilize school curriculum standards and developing lesson plans
Assistant teacher will be responsible for supporting school curriculum and lead teachers
Assesses each child’s academic and behavioral development needs on an ongoing basis.
Implements the approved lesson plans and daily classroom schedule in accordance with curriculum and programming.
Provides clear and consistent expectations for the children’s behavior.
Accepts responsibility for maintenance and necessary housekeeping duties of the classroom

Classroom ratios are:
Toddler class 1:6, Preschool/Pre-K class 1:8, and school-age class 1:8

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Co-Op Lead Preschool Teacher


Oneonta Cooperative Preschool
South Pasadena,CA 91030

Start Date: July 1, 2022

The Teacher will work cooperatively with a Co-Teacher in providing for each child’s social-emotional, intellectual, and physical development and shall work closely with the Co-Teacher in caring for each child’s health and safety. The Teacher shall further develop their own knowledge and understanding of the children by observing, discussing, and evaluating events that occur during the school day. This position will report directly to the Co-Op Director with collaboration from the Parent Board of Directors.

Part Time
Monday- Friday, 25 hours/week, with possibility for growth

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Lead Preschool Teacher


Children’s Garden Montessori School
444 Detroit Street
Denver, CO 80206

Start Date: August 22, 2022

Full-time Lead needed to work on a collaborative team of highly educated, enthusiastic, and child-focused educators in a classroom with 3 to 6 year olds. Work alongside other teachers who are passionate about what they do and committed to providing quality education to young children in a Montessori classroom. Influenced by Reggio Emilia philosophy and supported by a full-time Studio teacher, our school values creative expression, social constructivism, and respect for each individual as a competent, capable, and resilient part of the community.

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2nd/3rd Grade Teacher


The Overfield School
Troy, OH

Start Date: August 18, 2022

The Overfield School is seeking an enthusiastic, knowledgeable, imaginative teacher for our combined 2nd/3rd grade classroom for the 2022-23 school year. The successful applicant will be well-versed in best practices for teaching elementary-aged children, and passionate about team teaching utilizing inspiration from the Reggio Emilia philosophy.

The ideal candidate would be interested in teaching in an active, project-based program for young children, and have an image of children as strong, capable, and deserving of having a central voice in their own learning. Must be committed to working both independently and in a team environment, cooperating with co-teachers as well as our atelierista and naturalist.

This position operates on a school year calendar, including paid time off for summer, winter and spring breaks, and holidays.

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Director of School


St. Paul’s Episcopal School
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Start Date: September 26, 2022

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Winston-Salem, NC is seeking a full-time Director to lead St. Paul’s Episcopal School, which is a newly created program aimed at cultivating critical thinkers with a strong sense of community through opportunities for collaboration, community service, chapel, and a curriculum nurtured by worship in the Episcopal tradition. With a child-centered approach that focuses on collaboration, experiential learning and embraces nature and the outdoors, St. Paul’s Episcopal School will utilize the Reggio-Emilia-inspired pedagogy that has supported the instructional, emotional, and behavioral needs of individual students for over 50 years. At this time, St. Paul’s Episcopal School will begin with preschool students. The Director will report to the Director of Children’s Ministries under the Rector and take advice from the St. Paul’s Episcopal School Advisory Council, and Vestry.

Director of Preschool – Position Description
The Director is a year-round position responsible for the day-to-day operation and administration of the St. Paul’s Episcopal School and after school program. The successful Director will exhibit the following characteristics:
● A collaborative leader who can uphold and promote the mission, vision, and values of St. Paul’s Episcopal School with current and prospective families and in the community.
● A creative, positive, and inspired developer who can establish, implement, and maintain a Reggio-Emilia-inspired curriculum that aligns with the mission, vision, and values.
● An effective supervisor who can recruit and develop a team of effective and diverse educators.
● A skilled communicator who inspires, supports, and facilitates dialogue between and among various constituent groups (faculty, staff, parents, Vestry, and St. Paul’s Church and community members) in order to unite the community around a common vision.

For a listing of essential responsibilities for this position, please review the job description accessible via the following link:

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Lower School Educators


Voyagers’ Community School, Oceanport, NJ

Start Date: August 31, 2022

We are looking for several staff members for our K-5th-grade students. Titles include Assistant Teacher, Teaching Associate, and Teacher/Researcher. Responsibilities are varied dependent on level of experience and professional goals.

A Teacher Assistant at our school supports Associate and Lead Teachers and their students in day-to-day classroom operations. They assist with clerical duties, student support, and day to day delivery of curriculum. They also provide clean-up, set-up, and materials management.

As a Teaching Associate on the pathway to becoming a Teacher/Researcher you will, under the guidance of a Teacher/Researcher, understand, and put into practice progressive education theory and the Voyagers’ Approach to teaching; Assist in developing curriculum maps, class descriptions, student narratives, portfolio posts, informational articles, and other written materials; Develop instructional subject and project materials, and apply innovative ideas to make learning flexible and enjoyable; and more.

As a Teacher/researcher you will Plan and implement effective instruction and assessment driven by student inquiry and aligned with Voyagers’ Approach.
Collaborate with students, families, and colleagues in support of our community.
Record and share student learning and experiences through documentation, narratives, and consistent Seesaw posts.
Lead the development of classroom cultures that foster relationships, student learning, student inquiry, and critical thinking.
Facilitate Parent/Teacher/Student Conferences.
Advocate with and on behalf of students and families.
Implement restorative practices to address conflict.
Attend and engage in weekly staff meetings, professional development, and professional collaboration, etc.

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Preschool Teacher/Researcher – Start date is flexible


Voyagers’ Community School, Oceanport, New Jersey

Start Date: June 1, 2022

Leadership and Management:
Establish and oversee the daily operations of the classrooms you are assigned to;
Regularly evaluate the effectiveness of the program being offered;
Participate in team meetings with the assistance and guidance of the Preschool Director;Curriculum director and admin staff
Research and maintain current best practices in ECE;
Thoughtful and creative implementation of Reggio Emilia, Project Approach work;
Communicate the Vision and Mission of Voyagers’ to staff, parents and community members.

Ongoing tasks for the Reggio InspiredToddler and Preschool programs:
Compose daily online communication posts and other correspondence;
Produce individual child and classroom documentation;
Assist in pursuing and maintaining accreditations;
Oversee the organization and aesthetic of each classroom environment;
Maintain systems and routines for tracking student progress and development;and interest in the curriculum
Assist in identifying developmental concerns and refer children for further evaluation when needed.

Professional Development
Collaborate with all school staff, parents and interns;
Coach and demonstrate best practices for interns, student teachers, associate teachers and aides;
Explore innovative teaching theories and practices through ongoing professional development opportunities;
Attend and present at professional development workshops and conferences;
Join professional organizations and remain cognizant of new trends and approaches to promoting preschool programs.when new trends and approaches are developed and bring these ideas back to the curriculum director;
Participate in formal evaluations of staff and internal staff PD days;

Professional Qualities
Collaborative and reflective;
Focused on innovation and creative problem solving;
Thinker, listener, observer and strong communicator;
Adept at building positive relationships with children, parents and teachers;
Ability to lead, train and inspire;
Resilient, flexible and able to organize time and responsibilities.

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Preschool Teachers


Beverley Hills Church Preschool
Alexandria, VA

Start Date: August 29, 2022

Beverley Hills Church Preschool, a Reggio-inspired preschool in Alexandria, VA, is expanding its program for 2022-23 and looking for thoughtful and enthusiastic early childhood educators to join our teaching staff.

BHCP teachers work in co-teaching teams. Teaching teams collaborate with the studio teacher, director and the rest of the teaching staff to plan emergent curriculum based on children’s questions and interests. Our teachers enjoy being part of a vibrant collaborative community of invested families.

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Full time teacher of young children


The Nest Nursery School
Grant Park
Atlanta, GA 30315

Start Date: June 25, 2022

The Nest is looking for applicants that have a genuine love for and interest in young children. We are also looking for people who are curious about life and believe in life-long learning. Must be good at multi-tasking, organization and classroom & time management. In addition, applicant must believe in the natural capabilities of young children and be a team player.

Full time teachers will be expected to manage a classroom, collaborate regularly with other teachers and participate in “design thinking”.

The Nest Nursery School is dedicated to ensuring that teachers are happy, motivated, and find meaning and joy in their work with children.

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Preschool Teacher at Nature Based School


Mountain Village School
192 Thomas Lane
Stowe, Vermont 05672

Start Date: August 1, 2022

We are currently seeking a full time preschool teacher to join our school. Mountain Village School is a nature based early childhood program for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. We believe in following the lead of children. Our teachers work collaboratively with one another to share observations and build intentional and inspiring learning experiences for children.

The position is full time, averaging 40 hours per week. The classroom is a mixed age group of 3-5 year olds. We aim to spend as much time outside as possible in all types of weather.

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Multiple Positions Open: Infant, Toddler, Preschool and PreK


The Growing Tree Playcare, Preschool and Pre-K
Bellevue, WA

Start Date: May 1, 2022

We are hiring full time lead teachers for our Infant, Waddler, Preschool and Pre-K classes, as well as FT assistants and floats.
The Growing Tree Playcare & Preschool is looking for qualified teachers to join our team! With roots in Montessori, Reggio Emilia and Waldorf approaches, each nature-based class is child-centered according to the age and stage of the children. We believe in teaching, modeling, and fostering compassion and a love of learning from day one. Team teaching allows for a healthy ratio of teachers to children, giving everyone time and space for one on one interactions, and lively play.

We will have a new Early Learning Center opening in the fall of 2022, as well as two other locations for preschool and preK, about five minutes away. See our website for more information.

Job Description: Duties include playing, singing, reading, supervising, creating lesson plans, creating newsletters, providing daily updates through Procare, playing outside year-round (rain or shine), leading circle time, participating in small group activities, prepping snack, facilitating art projects, changing diapers, assisting in potty training, communicating with parents and coworkers, writing progress reports, parent/teacher conferences, team teaching, and maintaining professionalism.

We have positions that are beginning in May 2022 and rolling through the summer to August 1, 2022.

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Director of the Program for Young Children


Columbus School for Girls
Columbus, Ohio

Start Date: July 1, 2022

Columbus School for Girls (CSG), a pre-k-12 independent day school in Columbus, Ohio, empowers girls to discover their distinct potential as learners and leaders. CSG’s bucolic 8-acre academic campus in the beautiful Bexley neighborhood is a ten-minute drive from downtown Columbus, a city bustling with the artistic, civic, and shopping experiences that belie the ease of lifestyle that the city affords its residents. Having just completed a strategic plan to guide the School’s direction over the next several years, CSG offers an exceptional, student-centered academic experience with strong offerings in the arts, an impressive athletic program, and a health and wellness curriculum that is unique in Central Ohio. This combination of academics and skills ensures that CSG students will be well prepared for life beyond CSG.

The Program for Young Children (PYC) is seeking a skilled, experienced leader to assume the position of Director in July, 2022.

Major Functions and Responsibilities:
• Serves as the intellectual leader of the PYC
• Is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the PYC
• Oversees the academic, social and emotional well-being of PYC
students in partnership with PYC/LS counselor
• Oversees developmental progression and academic program of
the PYC
• Works with the Head of School and department heads to
recruit, hire, support, evaluate, and retain PYC faculty
• Partners with Department Chairs to oversee curricular program
• Oversees communication between school and parents and
meets with parents about issues of mutual concern
• Partners with Admission office to recruit, select, and retain
students for the PYC division
• Works with the teachers of the PYC to provide a sense of
community and common purpose and to facilitate transition
between classrooms
• Works with the Directors of the Lower School, the Middle
School, and the Upper School to provide a sense of community
and common purpose for the entire school and to facilitate
transition between the divisions
• Plans and facilitates PYC division meetings for faculty
• Has experience in complying with state and local laws to
maintain licensing

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School Director – Reggio Inspired


Educare California at Silicon Valley
San Jose, CA

Start Date: August 1, 2022

Leadership and Vision
● Creates a culture of trust, transparency, and open communication including seeking of divergent viewpoints to ensure growth of the organization
● Provides a clear explanation of the “why” behind decisions and seeks to ensure continuity of messaging with the Leadership Team and partner organizations
● Fosters mutual respect, communication and partnership between the staff and families
● Represent ECSV with visitors, stakeholders and at community events
● Works with partners and other community members to manage and implement grants that further the mission and vision of the ECSV program.

Program Planning and Management
● Ensures full implementation of the Educare core features.
● Collaborates with operating partners to align all quality standards and policies. Ensures alignment in accordance with all standards.
● Works with responsible partners to ensure all required state and local licenses and other regulatory requirements (e.g., QRIS) are maintained.
● Plans and implements professional development for Educare staff in collaboration with Educare partners.
● Participate in collaborative work of the site leaders of the national group of Educare Schools, including attendance at meetings and learning events, in support of the professional learning community that operates among Educare schools.

Staff & Program Development
● Supports the management of operating partners in resolving staffing concerns and any and all conflict among children, families and staff.
● Coordinates and facilitates an appropriate communication system among operating partners for program planning, implementation and continuous improvement to support the vision of the Educare model.
● Ensures the implementation of reflective practice and supervision with all Educare staff
● Promotes an interdisciplinary, team approach among staff and consultants in alignment with the Educare principles and standards.
● Designs and participates in a system of Leadership Team and other staff meetings to support the implementation of the Educare model and other best practices.

Program Evaluation and Continuous Improvement
● Implements a system of regular data feedback and utilization for continuous program improvement and individualized planning for children and families.
● Reviews program and child assessment data to utilize in program planning and continuous improvement. Ensure use of ongoing data by Mentor Teachers in their coaching and mentoring.
● Collaborates with Local Evaluation partner to ensure collection of data and assessments required by the National Educare Learning Network Implementation study.

Fiscal Management and Control
● Assists Executive Director with development and monitoring of budget for Educare programmatic operations; supports the development of the facility operations budget in collaboration with the Executive Director.

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Early Childhood Preschool, Toddler, and Community Support Teachers


The Aspen Center for Child Development

501 5th Avenue
Longmont, CO 80504

Start Date: May 1, 2022

As an Early Childhood Educator, you will:
• Collaborate with co-teacher on a daily basis to bring authentic
learning experiences to children
• Be a peer model for best practice in early childhood education
• Partner with children and guide their learning experiences
• Plan, document, and make learning visible
• Build relationships with families to foster a strong home-school
• Collect objective observations to use with the Teaching Strategies
Gold software for authentic assessment of children’s learning
• Facilitate parent teacher dialogues twice a year
• Keep appropriate records related to children
• Adhere to the COVID policies implemented by Aspen Center and
recommended by the CDC, CDPHE, and Boulder County Public

You are a strong fit for this role if you have:
• Classroom experience
• A passion for early childhood education and advocating for
children, families, and teachers
• Experience working in a Reggio Emilia inspired context
• See yourself as a lifelong learner
• A desire to be a part of cultivating change
• Are well organized, able to multi-task, work with flexibility, and embrace ambiguity

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Community Childhood Learning Place
39 State Street
PO Box 344
Castine, ME 04421

Start Date: April 11, 2022

Applicants will have the opportunity to contribute to and to build a quality program for young children, 3-months to 5-years-of-age using the Reggio Emilia Approach. Teachers will have the opportunity to select the age group for the best match.
Teachers must be adaptive to the interests and needs of children while encouraging cognitive, social, and motor development. Weekly Possibilities must be planned taking into consideration Maine Early Childhood Guidelines and Department of Health and Human Services Rules and Regulations.

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Preschool Director – Reggio Inspired


Reggio Academy
6330 W 127th St
Palos Heights IL 60463

Start Date: April 15, 2022

Reggio Academy seeks a highly qualified, dedicated, and passionate School Director for our premier preschool, located in Palos Heights IL. In this extremely rewarding position, you will assume ultimate responsibility for creating and maintaining an educational, loving, and nurturing environment for our families and educators.

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Green Trees Early Childhood Village
Isidore Newman School
New Orleans, LA

Start Date: July 1, 2022

Professional Responsibilities
Conduct self in a professional manner as a representative of Green Trees and Newman
Maintain a safe environment and adhere to state licensing guidelines
Adhere to the expectations and routines of daily life at Green Trees
Attend and actively participate in school-wide, divisional and department meetings
Engage in a variety of professional development opportunities both required and self-initiated

Curriculum/Art Studio Responsibilities
Design and facilitate an enriching art studio environment that is age appropriate, inclusive, beautiful, inspiring, and reflects the work of the child
Design, model and facilitate arts experiences for varying ages and abilities.
Reflect on written observations and documentation to plan an intentional and meaningful curriculum centered around the interests and developmental needs of the class
Conduct formal and informal assessments regularly to inform curriculum planning, student support, narratives, conferences and family communications
Establish and maintain strong relationships with families in order to enrich the learning and development of their children
Meet with classroom teams regularly to collaborate on how they can integrate the arts into their classrooms and drive curriculum forward
Curate provocations in shared spaces including the foyer, breezeway and outdoor play areas
Lead an arts-based class in our afterschool program

Leadership Responsibilities
Serve on the Culture, Practice, and Support Team (CPST).
Model best practices that exemplifies the philosophy of Green Trees
Confer with CPST to coordinate, articulate and provide professional development for teachers

Community Engagement (primarily outside of the classroom)
Create opportunities for learning by seeking out and utilizing partnerships with families and resources from community at large
Collaborate with colleagues to support one another, spur new ideas, and foster experiences
Lean into civil discourse by engaging in dialogue that demonstrates awareness of intent and impact

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Development Director on Orcas Island, Washington


Orcas Island Children’s House
Eastsound, Washington

Start Date: April 1, 2022

The Development Director will support the organization’s growth and sustainability by working closely with the Executive Director and Board of Directors to develop a long-term fundraising plan and secure funding. Children’s House is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.

Ideal candidates:
• Are passionate about our mission
• Are dedicated and ambitious
• Enjoy collaboration and building relationship
The Development Director demonstrates competency in:
• Communication and community outreach
• Project management and special event planning
The Development Director will:
• Share the value of early childhood education and care with the community
• Develop ongoing relationships with supporters
• Work with volunteers on special projects
• Assure that the facility is welcoming to visitors and families
• Manage the donor database, data entry, and gift processing
• Develop communication and marketing materials
• Manage social media accounts and update website
• Assist the ED in developing the operating budget
• Develop the annual fundraising calendar
• Plan and execute fundraising and community events
• Secure financial support from donors and foundations
• Assist the ED in identifying and writing grant proposals
• Manage grant reporting and timelines
• Assist the ED in preparing financial reports and communication with the board of directors

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Elementary Teacher


St. Paul School of Northern Lights, St. Paul, MN

Start Date: August 15, 2022

Basic functions and responsibilities
Plan and implement effective instruction and assessment driven by student inquiry and aligned with state standards
Collaborate with students, families and colleagues in support of students and our community
Document and share student learning and experiences in weekly newsletters and visual displays
Lead the development of classroom cultures that foster relationships, student learning, student inquiry, critical thinking and advocacy
Facilitate two conferences per year
Attend four all-school events per year
Advocate with, and on behalf of, students and families
Monitor and share student progress, educationally and socially, to students and families
Implement restorative practices to address conflict
Monitor students in and out of the classroom/school building
Attend and engage in staff meetings, professional development trainings, and professional collaboration time
Seek, reflect on and learn from feedback
Support the operational work of the school

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Preschool Teacher


University Liggett School, Grosse Pointe Woods, MI

Start Date: August 30, 2022

• Support of instructional, emotional, and behavioral needs of
individual students
• Cooperative instruction and planning integrated with curricula
and in conjunction with lower school resource teachers
• Thoughtful and creative implementation of Reggio Emilia,
Project Approach work and best practices for young children
• Assistance with online communication, displays,
documentation, conferences, and report cards
• Assistance with daily playground and lunch duty
• Partnering with parents, communicating frequently and
effectively with them
• Exploration of innovative teaching theories and practices
through ongoing professional development opportunities

• A love of young children with a positive approach to discipline
• Commitment to the application of the elements of The Liggett
• Willingness to be flexible and open-minded in collaboration
with teaching colleagues, administrators, and staff
• Participation in lower school events such as Parents’ Night and
Admissions events
• Promotion of the school mission

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