Great Foundations Montessori serves the community by providing an authentic Montessori environment with a carefully planned, stimulating environment designed to help children develop within themselves the foundational habits, attitudes, skills, and ideas which are essential for a lifetime of creative thinking and learning.
We are frequently seeking LEAD MONTESSORI TEACHERS and ASSISTANT TEACHERS to support our efforts toward achieving and maintaining Montessori Professional Standards leading to the holistic development of children. Positions available working with children ages six weeks to six years.
Lead Montessori Teachers
Lead Montessori Teachers are responsible for implementing a Montessori curriculum utilizing AMI, AMS or another recognized developmentally appropriate Montessori practice; organizing and managing the classroom; planning the daily curriculum; facilitating student growth in developmental, academic and cognitive domains by promoting student participation in the learning experience and establishing strong relationships with parents, children and staff. Provide assistant teacher mentoring and serve as a role model.
Assistant Teachers are responsible for assisting the Lead Montessori Teacher in general supervision and management of transition periods, promoting student participation in the learning experience and communicating positively about the children to the parents while directing all parent inquiries to the lead teacher.
Qualified candidates should submit their resume with salary requirements and the age group you are interested in teaching (Primary 3–6) or Toddlers (2–3) to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to the volume of resumes received, we regret we are unable to respond to each submission.