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Ohr Torah Cincinnati – Aftercare
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Aftercare Staff Teacher is responsible for implementing and operating the daily activities for the Pre-primary nappers (ages 2.5-3) and Aftercare participants, (ages 2.5-kindergarten); in addition, this person will be responsible for providing a safe and nurturing environment for all children. The primary responsibility is to ensure smooth functioning in all aspects of the program. Some additional hours will be required at least one week prior to the start of the school year and at least one week after the end of the school year. OTC’s school year typically runs from mid-August through mid-June.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Oversee all daily aspects of the program
  • Implement daily lesson plans
  • Prepare nap room, aftercare room and snack as needed.
  • Maintain and confirm program supplies. Including but not limited to snack supplies.
  • Maintain a healthy, clean, and safe environment.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned.
  • Provide ongoing constructive feedback to OTC Administration Team. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:
  • High School Graduate, over the age of 18 (Encouraged but not required; BA in education or education related field.)
  • Current First Aid and CPR certifications are required​.
  • Leadership skills, excellent communication skills, strong organizational and management skills and the ability to work effectively as part of a highly collaborative team.
  • An appreciation for the uniqueness of each child, embracing their strengths and challenges with care and dignity, while maintaining a calm and respectful demeanor and remaining positive and an upbeat attitude. This position description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel in the above position.
  • If interested in applying, please send an email to Kate Pinckert (kpinckert@ohrtorahcincinnati.org)​:
  • A cover letter specific to your qualifications for the position
  • A resume

Central Montessori Academy (CMA) is a small private non-profit school serving children 18 months – 12 years of age. CMA is currently looking for a part time afternoon assistance. The hours are from 2:00- 6:00 pm, Monday – Friday. This position will be working with our students 18 months to 5 years of age. High School Diploma is required and experience working with children is preferred but not required. If you are interested please send your resume to Kristin Patterson at kpatterson@centralmontessoriacademy.com


Magnolia Montessori is a one-room, shopfront Montessori microschool in Old Louisville serving toddlers ages 12 to 36 months. We provide the highest quality early learning experiences through intentional Montessori practice. We are the first Wildflower school in the South, part of their national network of schools.

Magnolia is looking for:
Part-time and full time faculty to assist with children during the school week,
Co-Head of School, or Administrator with 0-3 Montessori training.
Founding Teacher Leaders for new micro-schools to expand the Louisville hub, Interns for non-profit management, Montessori teachers in training.

We are currently seeking innovative, equity-minded, trained Montessori teachers with an entrepreneurial spirit to start and lead a small-scale Montessori schools in Louisville, KY. We are hoping to build a network of micro-schools that aim to serve racially and socioeconomically diverse communities with exceptional authentic Montessori education. The vision and model for the school will be yours to shape within Wildflower’s nine principles (www.wildflowerschools.org/our-principles/).

Wildflower provides tools and resources to support prospective teacher leaders and you will receive guidance from Magnolia, the flagship Louisville Wildflower school, as you spend a year exploring the possibility of opening your own school for the 2019-2020 school year. Please inquire and send your resume and cover letter to all@magnolia-montessori.org. Additionally, you can meet us in person, March 2nd at the CIncinnati Montessori Society conference!

Magnolia Montessori is an equal opportunity employer and will not practice or permit any unlawful discrimination on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, race, color, national origin, religion, physical handicap or disability, or any other basis prohibited by law. Accordingly, the Magnolia Montessori’s school admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, employment, and athletic and/or other school-administered programs.

Feel free to email with questions as well!
Magnolia Montessori
1451 South First Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40208
502-309-4622
http://www.magnolia-montessori.org


Ohr Torah Cincinnati is interviewing Montessori-credentialed (AMS, AMI, MACTE) candidates for a full-time Lower Elementary teaching (6 years – 9 years) position beginning in August 2019. The ideal candidate has experience working in a Montessori Lower Elementary classroom, 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. A candidate should be ready to thrive in a team work environment as well be capable of preparing a differentiated Montessori curriculum in an inspiring way.

Essential qualifications: creative, energetic, positive/upbeat, warm and nurturing personality and strong organizational and multi-tasking skills. Additional needs of this position are the ability to communicate with effectiveness, both orally and in writing with all stakeholders (children, parents, co-workers and administrators). We desire a candidate that has: been trained or open to being trained in Orton Gillingham method, has a reading endorsement or a master’s degree in reading or literacy.

If you are excited about being a part of our team, we want to meet you! We are a growing school that is cutting-edge in the Jewish-Montessori world. We are seeking world-class educators who are looking to bring their dedication, commitment and creativity to our wonderful students.  Your work will have an impact, not only on the children within our school, but beyond as we make an important mark on the growing Jewish-Montessori movement across the world!

If interested in applying, please send an email to Kate Pinckert (kpinckert@ohrtorahcincinnati.org):

  • A cover letter specific to your qualifications for the position
  • A resume
  • Copies of your credential and any certificates held
  • A list of references (these references could include: Parent, Co-worker, Administrator, and Personal)

Posted 1/21/19


Ohr Torah Cincinnati(OTC) is interviewing for Lower Elementary Montessori Assistant Position and is dedicated to providing the best possible education for our children. Each staff member is charged with the amazing responsibility to:

  • Awaken the child’s imagination
  • Encourage a normal desire for independence
  • Foster a high sense of self-esteem and self-discipline
  • Help develop in all children the qualities of kindness, respect, grace and courtesy
  • Teach children to observe, question and explore ideas
  • Help children master social skills and knowledge

The Classroom Assistant agrees to aid the teachers in working towards these responsibilities and collaborate with the staff in providing a nurturing and positive classroom environment. OTC is looking for the right candidate to fill our open LE Montessori Assistant Position. The ideal candidate is the individual who is a self-starter, driven to exceed expectations and someone that will assist children along their educational journey to reach his/her potential. The ideal candidate will be growth-oriented, possessing strong teamwork skills and have a naturally joyful, energetic and engaging demeanor.

Classroom Assistants are under the direct supervision of the classroom teacher to which they are assigned. The duties of the Classroom Assistant include:

  1. Maintaining a prepared and orderly classroom environment daily
  2. Checking and replenishing consumable classroom items at the beginning and end of each day.
  3. Managing the room during class time such that the teacher is able to spend a reasonable amount of time giving undisturbed lessons.
  4. Monitoring classroom spaces during times of transition and maintaining classroom expectations with consistency
  5. Knowing the school’s discipline procedures and helping implement it when appropriate
  6. Copying, cutting, laminating, etc. as needed
  7. Attending regularly occurring staff meetings
  8. Attending inservice opportunities as offered
  9. Maintaining confidentiality. It is vitally important the children or their families are not discussed outside of staff meetings or with the supervising teacher.

Desired Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: High School Diploma, Bachelor’s degree in Education or related field a plus, Experience in a Montessori Classroom, CPR and First Aid Certified

Posted 1/21/19


Farmview Montessori Garden, is seeking a energetic, Montessori 3-6 assistant teacher. This full time position is immediately available. The hours are 8:30 am-4:30 pm. Candidate will need to have the ability to conduct a small group of young children. The position responsibilities would include preparation and presentations in the Practical life and Sensorial areas of the classroom.
Montessori knowledge and experience is required. Please send resumes to farmview@cinci.rr.com Attention Judy Ruberg

Posted 1/17/2019


Northern Kentucky Montessori Academy (NKMA) will be hiring a full-time Infant Toddler teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. This is a co-teaching position, in a classroom of up to 16 children who must be 24 months old for entry. The co-teaching model is a unique approach to teaching and classroom management that requires excellent communication skills, flexibility and professionalism, and reaps many benefits to both children, and the faculty/teaching team.

An Infant/Toddler credential is preferred, but an individual who has begun training would be considered for a self-directed internship.

NKMA is an AMS accredited school for children ages 2 to 12, with a 47-year tradition in the Northern Kentucky region. Teachers are treated as respected professionals, and offered competitive salary, and benefits including tuition assistance for children, 48 hours of paid time off each school year in addition to school holidays, paid AMS membership, $475 of paid professional development each year, and paid professional liability insurance. Other intangible benefits include teacher retreats, wonderful parents and families, and supportive and caring colleagues.

If this sounds like a place you would enjoy making your own, or if you would like more information, please send your resume, questions and a cover letter to: Julia Preziosi, at jpreziosi@nkmacademy.org to set up a meeting.

Posted 1/17/2019


Mercy Montessori is looking for a full time Vice Principal

Job Title: Vice Principal Department: Administration Job Status: Long Term Starting Date: July 1, 2019 Compensation: Salary is commensurate with experience, graduate education and credentials. The application deadline is March 1, 2019.

  1. Purpose: The purpose of the Vice Principal is to assist the principal and overall program development.
  2. Qualifications and Requirements
  3. Education Level: Masters, Montessori certified, Secondary Montessori experience or

AMS certification preferred. B. Experience Desired: Three (3) years in a similar position. C. Physical Requirements: Constant hand-eye and mind eye coordination, standing and walking. Repetitive motion with wrists, hands and fingers. Frequent bending, carrying, hearing, lifting and stooping. Ability to travel to any and all places where student activities and instruction take place. This may involve several minutes of walking from one part of the campus to the other. In some instances, such as emergencies, this may need to be done at a rapid pace. Access to various locations within the building, may involve climbing stairs or ramps, opening doors, and negotiating around furniture and tight spaces. Must be able to communicate and demonstrate competence in health care, especially in the care of diabetes, asthma and allergies. D. Other Requirements: Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to work with computers for word processing, spreadsheets, data skills, assessment and report card completion E. Working Conditions: Job requires ability to sit and or stand for long periods of time as well as running, stooping and squatting. Possible exposure to communicable diseases, blood, bodily tissue and fluids. Work is conducted in controlled comfortable indoor environment and extreme conditions outside. Exposure to chemicals and fumes are a possibility.

Learn more about this position by visiting Mercy Montessori website.

Please submit a resume, cover letter, statement of educational philosophy and three professional references by email to Patty Normile, Principal of Mercy Montessori at pnormile@mercymontessori.org.

Posted 1/13/19


Mercy Montessori is looking for a full time intervention Specialist

Starting Date:  August 19, 2019 Compensation: Salary is commensurate with experience, graduate education and credentials, according to the school’s established salary schedule for intervention specialists.

Purpose: The purpose of the Intervention Specialist is to provide intervention for Jon Peterson Scholarship students and some Tier 2 students, work with teachers, and communicate effectively with parents about child services.

Qualifications and Requirements

Education Level: Masters, Intervention Specialist license Experience Desired: 2-3 years in a similar position Physical Requirements:  Constant hand-eye and mind eye coordination, standing and walking.  Repetitive motion with wrists, hands and fingers. Frequent bending, carrying, hearing, lifting and stooping.  Ability to travel to any and all places where student activities and instruction take place. This may involve several minutes of walking from one part of the campus to the other.  In some instances, such as emergencies, this may need to be done at a rapid pace. Access to various locations within the building, may involve climbing stairs or ramps, opening doors, and negotiating around furniture and tight spaces.  Other Requirements:  Excellent written and oral communication skills.  Ability to work with computers for word processing, spreadsheets, data skills, assessment and report card completion.  Working Conditions: Job requires ability to sit and or stand for long periods of time as well as running, stooping and squatting.  Possible exposure to communicable diseases, blood, bodily tissue and fluids. Work is conducted in controlled comfortable indoor environment and extreme conditions outside.  Exposure to chemicals and fumes are a possibility.

Learn more about this position by visiting Mercy Montessori website.

Please submit a resume, cover letter, statement of educational philosophy and three professional references by email to Patty Normile, principal of Mercy Montessori at pnormile@mercymontessori.org.

Posted 1/13/19


Montessori Academy of Cincinnati is seeking a Middle School Montessori Teacher, Language Arts Specialist beginning August 2019

Educational  Background: Bachelor’s Degree (minimum) with emphasis on Language Arts education for middle childhood or high school, State of Ohio teaching license for middle childhood or high school or ability to get license

AMS certification Elementary II (9-12) or Secondary I (12-14) or willingness to obtain Montessori training

Experience: Previous teaching experience at middle school or high school level; will consider an experienced 9-12 Teacher who is moving up.

Description:  This position entails working with a co-teacher in a room with 20-30 students in grades 6, 7, and 8.  Primary focus is on teaching Language Arts, with shared responsibilities for teaching cultural subjects. In addition to the core qualifications, this person must have a passion for making literature come alive with interdisciplinary projects and real-world learning opportunities.  The candidate must be a strong communicator, welcome collaboration, actively seek student engagement, and keep accurate and complete records.  The candidate must understand adolescents and inspire them to do their best every day as well as support them in developing strong social and emotional skills with peers and adults.

Compensation: Salary competitive with most other private schools; benefits available.

Other: School is affiliated with AMS; Chartered by State of Ohio Department of Education. Wonderful, supportive working environment.  Teachers tend to stay many years.

Please send resume with salary history to: Megan Ball mball@montacademy.org Montessori Academy of Cincinnati
8293 Duke Boulevard Mason, Ohio 45040 Telephone:  513-398-7773

Posted 12/13/18


Mercy Montessori is looking for; JUNIOR HIGH Long Term Substitute

Department: Teaching Staff Job Status: Short Term Proposed Hours: 8:05am – 3:35pm

Starting Date: March 20, 2019 – May 31, 2019 Compensation: Salary is commensurate with experience, graduate education and credentials, according to the school’s established hourly rate schedule for teachers. The application deadline is February 1, 2019. I. Purpose: The purpose of the Long Term Substitute is to cover all duties of one of the team members of a three-teacher environment, give lessons, and support the overall Montessori environment of learners. See more information about the required qualifications here.

Please submit a resume, cover letter, statement of educational philosophy and three professional references by email to Patty Normile, Principal of Mercy Montessori at pnormile@mercymontessori.org.

Posted 11/18/2018

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