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Job Title: Primary Lead Teacher
Gloria Dei Montessori is a small, but diverse Montessori school north of Dayton, Ohio. Our school is nestled on a peaceful wooded lot in a quiet residential neighborhood, and we enroll students from 18 months through Middle School.
We are looking for a friendly, motivated, flexible, credentialed primary teacher to work in a well-equipped classroom. Applicants should be creative, industrious, and dedicated to creating and sustaining the highest-quality educational environment for the child.
As Lead Primary Teacher, you will be responsible for all aspects of classroom life, including the implementation of a classic Montessori program, classroom organization, outdoor education, record-keeping, progress reports, parent interactions, providing guidance to the classroom assistant, and attendance at school functions.
Gloria Dei offers professional development and other benefits to all teachers, as well as competitive salaries dependent on experience and credentials.
We are seeking applicants with Full Time scheduling availability in January 2021. We follow a traditional school year from mid-August to the end of May.
– AMS or AMI credential required
– Strong belief in Montessori philosophy
– Energetic, responsible, professional
– Collaborative work ethic with excellent oral and written communication skills
– Comfortable and confident in communicating with parents and caregivers
Job Title: After School Teacher
After school teacher in our Transitional Preschool Classroom (2 ½- 3 ½ year old children)
Duties will include: helping during lunch, nap, and after school care.
The Extended Care time is play-based.
The hours are from 11:00 AM – 6:30 PM (including closing duties with two other teachers).
This position is considered full-time, and would qualify for benefits.
Please contact Lisa Emery if interested: firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Title: Toddler Montessori Assistant
Trent Montessori is looking to hire a well educated, loving, caring, and authentic Montessori assistant to aid in guiding our 18 month-36 month old students.
The Montessori Assistant will work closely with our Lead Montessori teacher in developing the classroom to meet the needs of each child, observation, daily record taking, toilet learning, and nurturing each child as an individual.
We are open to the potential of sending a teacher through the Montessori Training during their time working with us at Trent Montessori in order to fully understand, and live the true Montessori Method.
Job Title: Head of School/ Executive Director
Northern Kentucky Montessori Academy (NKMA), a 501-c3 non-profit organization, has begun a search for a new Executive Director/Head of School (HOS) to begin employment July 1, 2021.
Founded in 1967, accredited by the American Montessori Society and the State of Kentucky as a private, independent school and operating as a 5-Star Child Care Center in Crescent Springs, Kentucky, NKMA serves children ages 2 to 12 in 5 beautiful and spacious classrooms: 1 Toddler, 2 Pre-primary, 1 combined Lower and Upper Elementary program, and an After School Care program. In addition, NKMA is home to the Greater Cincinnati Center for Montessori Education, an AMS affiliated and MACTE accredited Montessori teacher education program. NKMA is on a growth trajectory with plans for campus expansion.
Click here for NKMA’s website: http://www.nkmacademy.org.
Continuing the tradition established by its first two Heads of School, NKMA is seeking a leader committed to its mission to educate children to be respected citizens of the global community by providing a Montessori education of unparalleled quality. Equally vital is a leader who is capable of enhancing the school’s emphasis on a culturally diverse curriculum, as well as steering its growth in diversity, equity, and inclusion. This individual must be a compassionate and visionary team leader with a passion for Montessori education, faculty development, strategic planning, and community engagement.
Located in Kenton County, Kentucky, Crescent Springs is a suburb of a Tri-State area that includes Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. The Tri-State has the advantages of a Midwest economy and a laid-back mindset, but also includes an international airport, professional football, baseball, soccer and hockey teams, as well as one of the finest zoos and botanical gardens in the United States. In addition, Cincinnati has its own professional ballet company, symphony orchestra, and fine arts venues. Higher education is well represented by Thomas More University, Northern Kentucky University, the University of Cincinnati, and Xavier University.
The greater Cincinnati area is considered to be the cradle of Montessori education in the USA with a rich history that goes back to the 1960s. There are a variety of Montessori schools in the area that offer programs for children and families from infancy through high school in both public and private sectors. In addition, there is a diverse network of Montessori educators that work together to support and advocate for Montessori education in our area.
The NKMA Head of School will be employed by and work closely with the Board of Trustees, a group currently composed of eleven individuals including school alumni, current and alumni parents, members of the community, and faculty representatives. The HOS is a voting member of the Board of Trustees. Trustees hire and evaluate the HOS, work closely with the HOS to ensure fiduciary sound practice, but do not engage in direct management of the school, its faculty or programs.
The Head of School must be a Montessori educator with at least 5 years of classroom teaching experience with an additional 5 years as a school administrator. The HOS must have excellent communication skills and a passion for authentic Montessori education. A Master’s degree is required, as is a Montessori credential from a MACTE accredited training program.
Responsibilities include the following:
All aspects of daily operations
Planning and implementation of both short and long-term goals of the organization
Ensuring adherence to AMS accreditation standards
Working with the Board of Trustees to develop a long-term Strategic Plan
Oversight of annual fundraising efforts and Capital Campaign implementation
Ensuring successful adherence to Stars for Quality criteria and the Kentucky Division of Regulated Child Care statutes
Faculty support, development and evaluation
Sound fiduciary management of the organization
NKMA offers the following benefits:
A competitive salary
Health and dental insurance
Paid time off and holidays
Tuition discounts for children enrolled in the program
Professional Liability Insurance
Paid professional development
A network of supportive peers and mentors who regularly share best practices
The opportunity to contribute to a high-quality Montessori program that serves the individual needs of each child
A future rich with personal growth opportunities
NKMA is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin.
Qualified candidates may submit a resume, 4 professional and 3 personal references, and a cover letter of introduction and statement of Educational Philosophy to Robert Lewis at email@example.com, no later than January 1, 2021. Candidates are required by law to pass state and federal background checks. In addition, a credit history review will be requested.
Job Title: Primary, 3-6 or Lower Elementary, 6-9 Assistant or Lead Teacher
Heärt Montessori in Cincinnati, Ohio is interviewing Montessori trained and certified (AMS, AMI, MACTE) candidates for a full or part-time Primary (3 years – 6 years) or Lower Elementary teacher (6 years – 9 years) position to start by or before January 2021. 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.
If you feel you don’t have all the qualifications we are looking for but are dedicated to growth, development and a true Montessorian at heart, we may have other positions for you and invite you to submit your resume.
Learn more about this job and how to apply: Heärt Montessori is a model Montessori Permaculture Farm School in Cincinnati, Ohio where kids grow up learning self-reliance, sustainability, meditation, mindfulness, conflict-resolution, and compassion for all beings and the earth as a part of core academics. Please send your interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Job Title: Full Time Lower Elementary (6-9) Lead Position
Ohr Torah Cincinnati is interviewing Montessori-credentialed (AMS, AMI, MACTE) candidates for a full-time lead Lower Elementary teaching (6 years – 9 years) position beginning October/November 2020. The ideal candidate has experience working in a Montessori Lower Elementary classroom, and is exemplary in their application of the Montessori methodology, preparing the environment to meet students’ needs and interests. The ideal candidate will be growth-oriented, possessing strong teamwork skills, and have a naturally joyful, energetic, and engaging demeanor. The candidate should be ready to thrive in a teamwork environment as well as be capable of preparing a differentiated Montessori curriculum in an inspiring way. Candidates should be creative, energetic, positive/upbeat, warm and nurturing personality, and strong organizational and multi-tasking skills.
Job Title: Montessori 3-6 Teacher
Northern Kentucky Montessori Academy (NKMA) has an immediate position available for a 3 to 6 credentialed Montessori teacher. This position is permanent, and full-time. In a typical year, the position is as a co-teacher in a classroom of 28 students; partnering with another fully-credentialed teacher. During COVID response, as we operate under emergency regulations, this position is with a group of 9 children in a “pod” arrangement, as required by the state of Kentucky Division of Regulated Childcare.
NKMA provides generous PTO and professional development benefits; paid membership to AMS, professional liability insurance, and paid health insurance. Interested individuals should apply immediately by sending a resume to email@example.com . NKMA is one of three fully-accredited Montessori schools in the state of Kentucky, and is also a 5-star child care center, serving children ages 2 to 12. Only those with a commitment to the Montessori method, and to working in a team environment should apply.