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Eyas Global Montessori - Early Education Teacher

June 06, 2018 7:12 PM | Nancy NDCWebDesign (Administrator)

Contact: Karina Sogge

Email: info@eyasmontessori.com

Name of School/Organization: Eyas Global Montessori

School Website: http://eyasmontessori.com/

Age Group: 2.5 years-Kindergarten

Description: Eyas Global Montessori is looking for a certified early education teacher to co teach with a part time certified lead Montessori teacher. The teacher (candidate) needs to be strong with communication skills and will need to work collaboratively with the lead teacher.

Below are some qualities we are looking for in a teacher.

a) Teach and supervise all students in class in the Montessori Method and curriculum in all academic and specialty areas of study.

b) Prepare materials and maintain their cleanliness and good condition/repair. Evaluate classroom materials for completeness, working order, aesthetic appearance, and replacement on a regular basis and as needed basis.

c) Be responsible for the safety and physical well-being of all students in your charge at all times.

d) Demonstrate the ability to relate joyfully to children.

e) Exhibit emotional maturity and stability.

f) Assume leadership by demonstrating appropriate and professional behaviors at all times when in the school building, during classroom outdoor times, and whenever you are representing Eyas Global Montessori School.

g) Address all school (parent, team, and child) issues in a timely manner.

h) Prepare (with co-teacher) and have available monthly lesson plans and record students’ progress.

i) Prep the classroom in the morning so all activities are ready, as well as tidy the classroom at the end of the day so it is ready for the next day. Replace paper products, practical life materials, art supplies on the children’s shelves as needed.

j) Maintain confidentiality of all child information by never removing it from the office or speaking about a child out of school.

k) Organize work so that daily time is available for recordkeeping, meetings with assistants and with School supervisors and parents as deemed reasonably necessary by School.

l) Maintain ongoing communication with team members.

m) Plan and implement a classroom schedule identifying a fair and equitable distribution of job responsibilities for all adults to follow.

n) Be in attendance at all staff meetings and all after-hour parent meetings, admissions events, curriculum nights, or school socials.

o) Prepare and participate in parent conferences at least twice each School Year, and as requested by parents.

p) Communication: Return parent telephone calls within the same day. Check all e-mail messages daily and reply within 24 hours.

q) Maintain current ongoing records (communication logs, conference summary forms, observation notes) on all students in your charge and have same available for School’s review upon request. Maintain the confidentiality of all such records.

r) Record observations on all children using an approved recordkeeping system by the school.

s) Organize notes for and write all reports requested by outside agencies and ongoing schools, in addition to end-of-the-year reports for all eligible students, in a timely manner.

t) Report any and all accidents or incidents immediately and prepare a written report stating the date, time, and nature of the accident and the action taken. The Director and Parents must be notified immediately of all head injuries.

u) Child Abuse—any incident of unexplained bruises, cuts, burns, etc., or any suspected child abuse should be documented and reported to the Director.

v) Follow all School policies and procedures as stated in the Employee Handbook, as presently existing or as may hereafter be amended.

w) Co-Lead teachers must work cooperatively to ensure that all the above is successfully achieved.

Phone: (425) 358-5151

School Address: 14219 Lake Hills Blvd, Bellevue, WA 98007


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