Job Board

Posting to the CMS Job Board is a free service to CMS Member Schools. For non-CMS member schools, postings are $25. Click here to submit a job listing. Allow 3-5 business days for posting.  Jobs will remain posted for 30 days.


McGuffey Montessori School

Job Title: Primary Assistant, Full-time

Job Description:

An hourly position, approximately 35-37 hours per week. 8:30am-4:00pm Monday through Friday. Primary Classroom is for children ages 3-6. Summary: This position requires love, patience, and respect for children, encouraging them to be independent while modeling appropriate manners and behaviors. The Assistant will protect the welfare of the child and facilitate activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth following the philosophies of Maria Montessori and the McGuffey Montessori School.

Posted 7/18/19


Farmview Montessori Garden

Job Title: Montessori teacher

Job Description:

Farmview Montessori Garden is looking for an energetic, responsible and dedicated Full time 3-6 Montessori teacher. Responsibles include set up and presentations of the practical life, sensorial areas and knowledge of 3 year olds and their development. The ideal candidate will be able to easily fit into an establish program and follow the routine, take direction and be open to suggestions. The hours are 8:30-4:30 Applicant must have Montessori knowledge, experience or certification. Please send resumes to farmview@cinci.rr.com attention Judy Ruberg or call the school at 513-737-0479

Posted 7/18/19


Lupine Montessori School

Job Title: Secondary – Adolescent Teacher

Job Description:

Are you inspired and excited by the wonderful opportunities presented when working with students between the age of 12 – 15? Would you like to be the lead teacher in a new Montessori adolescent program? Then we have an exciting opportunity for you! Lupine Montessori School is growing! We are looking for someone with a deep curiosity about life, social responsibility, and a lifelong love of learning who is eager to build a Montessori Adolescent Program!
Our ideal candidate has Montessori classroom experience, but training and assistance is available for the right candidate. Working as a team, understanding the educational needs of children, as well as communicating effectively with students and parents are all paramount. A strong work ethic and dedication to Montessori are also key to the culture of our school.
We are a compassionate, zealous community of experienced educators and dedicated families looking for someone who is passionate about Montessori education and the changes that it can bring! Ongoing professional development, a strong support structure, experienced Montessori administrator and an amazing parent/school culture make the Lupine community an inspiring place to be!
Passionate, confident professionals should email a CV and thoughtful cover letter to office@lupinemontessori.org. We are eager to learn about your experiences and skills and how they fit the qualifications for this position.

Posted 7/18/19


McGuffey Montessori School

Job Title: Primary Afternoon Assistant, Part-time

Job Description:

An hourly position, approximately 17 hours per week. 11:45am-4:00pm Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Additional hours may be available with subbing or working in our before or after school program.

Summary: This position requires love, patience, and respect for children, encouraging them to be independent while modeling appropriate manners and behaviors. The Assistant will protect the welfare of the child and facilitate activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth following the philosophies of Maria Montessori and the McGuffey Montessori School.

Posted 7/2/19


Xavier University Montessori Lab School

Job Title: Assistant Principal – Montessori Lab School

Job Description: See attachment below

Posted 6/6/19


Northern Kentucky Montessori Academy

Job Title: Part-time Music Teacher, Grades pre-K to 6th grade

Job Description:

The part-time Music teacher will help children develop a fundamental appreciation and joy for music, and for the older children, the fundamental principles of music and musicianship skills, such as music theory and basic notation. To help children learn these principles, NKMA’s Music teacher will teach children how to sing and play easily-accessible instruments, such as drums, recorders or xylophones. In addition to teaching, NKMA’s music teacher will direct two performances for parents each year; a holiday performance at winter break, and a performance at the annual graduation program. NKMA’s music teacher will be able to work with a variety of ages including 2-year olds, up through 6th grade students. Previous NKMA music teachers have taught the older elementary children Recorder, Ukulele, and Xylophone. General reports on the music education curriculum are written for conference reports three times a year for each age level.

The NKMA Music teacher will hold a degree in Music Education (or similar degree), and will have experience working with different age groups. The Music teacher will plan and implement weekly lessons, and for school-age children, monitor student achievement. The Music teacher will be skilled in classroom management.

Currently, the NKMA Music program occurs on Thursdays, and classes are held throughout the day, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with a break. Pay is based on experience and qualifications.

Posted 6/6/19


The Montessori School of Dayton

Job Title: Lead Lower Elementary Teacher

Job Description:

The Montessori School of Dayton (MSD) is a private non-profit Montessori School devoted to following the Montessori philosophy. MSD is now hiring for a Montessori Lower Elementary Lead Teacher in Dayton, OH for the 2019-2020 school year. All applicants need to be dedicated, team players with a strong work ethic and desire to be part of a fantastic Montessori team! We offer great benefits: tuition discounts, medical insurance and paid time off.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

Lead Teacher for 6-9-year-old classes:

Hold a current Montessori certificate from an approved AMS or AMI training site
Prior experience in the Montessori classroom
Good communication skills; verbal and written
Effective Classroom Management Skills
Organized
Works well as a member of a team

Toby Meixner

Head of School

Montessori School of Dayton

toby@montessoridayton.org

937-293-8986

Posted 6/6/19


Cool Springs Montessori

Job Title: Primary Lead Guide

Job Description:

Our Montessori preschool, located just outside of Nashville in Franklin, TN, is currently seeking a Primary Lead guide.

Open since 2011, CSM strives to be a warm, welcoming community in which children and adults alike find friendship and support. We are committed to providing a superior Montessori education for children ages 18 months through kindergarten.

Applicants must have an undergraduate degree, as well as Montessori Early Childhood certification from a MACTE-accredited program. Applicants must also be at least 21 years of age. Our ideal candidate will have a love of teaching and working with young children, classroom teaching experience, and a true passion for the Montessori philosophy . We are looking for someone who is self-guided, yet works well as a team player and collaborator, and someone who will be able to seamlessly transition into our established school community.

Salary is commensurate with experience. To apply, please respond to this ad and email your resume, along with a detailed cover letter highlighting your teaching and Montessori experience.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Posted 6/6/19


Community Montessori School

Job Title: Montessori Teacher 6-9

Job Description:

Community Montessori School – Liberty Township, OH

Employment Opportunity – Montessori Teacher 6-9

Responsibilities and Skills:
* Provide a beautiful, orderly, nurturing and respectful environment to support and guide children’s growth, exploration and participation.
* Maintain clean and safe classroom environment for children.
* Candidate must be a believer in what children are capable of and be able to hold onto that belief on tough days
* Bring to the students a commitment to Maria Montessori’s method
* Embrace Community Montessori’s 19-acre nature space as a support for the child’s physical, social, and cognitive development
* Enjoy taking initiative and working with a small team of teachers who are committed to the vision of the school
* Strong communication with parents regarding their children’s progress and the beauty of the Montessori method
* Monitor and track children progress and ability to write development reports that accurately show a child’s progress and work in the classroom
* Have strong self awareness, maturity, respect for child, openness and humility
* A desire to develop relationships with the students, parents/families and staff

Requirements:
* Montessori Trained 6-9
* Minimum of 3 years experience

About Community Montessori School:

Community Montessori School was founded by Jamie Minniear in 2010. The school is the first and only Montessori school in Liberty Township, OH.

Jamie knew she wanted to be a teacher from the time she was 8 years old. She started teaching in traditional environments until she enrolled her own children into a Montessori preschool. From there, her fire for learning everything could about Montessori was lit!

She then went back to school to earn her Montessori certification and began teaching at Montessori Academy of Cincinnati. After 7 years of continued growth in passion for what she saw the philosophy do for children, she opened Community Montessori School in West Chester Ohio in 2010.

A missing piece to fully executing what Jamie believed critical for children was a consistent connection with nature. She bridged that gap in 2018 by purchasing a 19 acre property in Liberty Township and relocated her school. The space has open areas for farming and 10 acres of woods with trails and creeks where children are in contact with nature daily.

Jamie believes that there is nothing more important than having passionate, committed teachers. If this sounds like a fit for you we’d love to share more about what we are up to!

Please send inquiries to Jamie Minniear at minniearjamie@gmail.com

Posted 5/12/19


Terry’s Montessori School

Job Title: Montessori Lead Teachers

Job Description:

Employment Opportunities:

Terry’s Montessori School, Inc.
Wyoming, Ohio 45215
Office Phone: (513) 761-3836
Fax number: (513) 761-3858
Terrys@terrysmontessori.com

Terry’s Montessori School is a private
Montessori school located in the quiet residential
area Wyoming, Ohio. We are currently seeking to fill the following full time/ part time positions:

• 6 Weeks to 3 Years old Lead Teachers
• 3 Years old to 6 Years old Lead Teachers with a strength in Math

Positions are for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year and 2019 summer session.

Requirements:

Credentials for our 3-6 year program include: Bachelor’s
Degree in Education and/or Montessori Certified. Infant/Toddler teachers require the above credentials and/or experience with children.

If interested please contact Carolyn Burke in the office at (513) 761-3836 or send your resume to Terrys@terrysmontessori.com

Posted 5/12/19


New Albany Montessori School

Job Title: 3-6 Montessori teacher

Job Description:

This position is a Co Teaching position to begin August 2019 at our three class room school that sits on 5 acres. We have had the privileged of serving New Albany and many surrounding communities since our opening in 2000. We are looking for a caring and dedicated teacher to join our staff. Our school year runs August through the end of May. We follow a typical calendar in relation to days off and breaks. Salary will be based on experience.

QUALIFICATIONS:

– All prospective applicants MUST have a Montessori 3 – 6 Certification.

-Must hold at least a high school diploma and provide proof of graduation.

-Two years of experience preferred.

– Be responsible to acquire the 6 hours of in-service training required annually by the State of Ohio.

-Must be fingerprinted

RESPONSIBILITIES:

– Be responsible for all aspects of classroom preparation, cleaning and planning.

– Maintain parent communication through monthly newsletter and regular contact made by phone.

– Maintain daily notes on children during the morning 9 – 12 work cycle.

– Oversee a portion of the lunch program

– Participate and prepare for parent teacher conference and two evening meetings.

– Take at least two shifts of aftercare until 6:00 per week.

Posted 5/12/19