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  • January 19, 2024 6:39 PM | Nancy NDCWebDesign (Administrator)

    Email: info@columbiacrestmontessori.com

    Name of School/Organization: Columbia Crest Montessori

    School Website: columbiacrestmontessori.com

    Age Group: 2.5 -5 Years Old

    Description: We are located in the heart of Kenmore, off 522. We are in search of a Montessori Lead Guide.

    -You are an Early Childhood credentialed MACTE Montessori educator, looking for a new opportunity

    -You seek to bring your passion and talents to an authentic accredited Montessori program, serving a diverse, inclusive population of students from infants through middle school.

    -You aspire to be a part of a collaborative professional staff that values your individuality, kindness, compassion, and creativity.

    -You are dedicated to life-long learning and eager to work for an organization that is too.

    -Competitive compensation.

    -A retirement plan with employer matching.

    -Generous paid time off.

    -Child tuition discounts.

    Please send your resume and cover letter

    Phone: (425) 485-5437

    School Address: 18030 73rd Ave NE, Kenmore, WA 98028


  • January 04, 2024 9:08 PM | Nancy NDCWebDesign (Administrator)

    Contact: Katie Taylor

    Email: careers@mchkids.com

    Name of School/Organization: Montessori Children's House

    School Website: www.mchkids.com

    Age Group: 3-6 years

    Description: Early Childhood Lead/Co-Lead Teacher

    Welcome to Montessori Children's House! Where Children and Adults are Nurtured

    We would love to learn more about you if…

    -You are an Early Childhood credentialed MACTE Montessori educator, looking for a new opportunity beginning this school year.

    -You seek to bring your passion and talents to an authentic accredited Montessori program, serving a diverse, inclusive population of students from infants through middle school.

    -You aspire to be a part of a collaborative professional staff that values your individuality, kindness, compassion, and creativity.

    -You are dedicated to life-long learning and eager to work for an organization that is too.

    -You would enjoy working immersed in nature on a 5-acre campus which includes gardens, farm animals and protected wetlands.

    Montessori Children's House offers employees benefits that include…

    -Competitive compensation. The salary for a 10-month employment agreement ranges from $43,000 to $71,000, depending on education and experience.

    -Multiple health insurance plans to select from.

    -A retirement plan with employer matching.

    -Generous paid time off.

    -Professional development funding.

    -Child tuition discounts.

    Please send your resume and cover letter to careers@mchkids.com. More information can be found at www.mchkids.com/job-opportunities. No phone calls, please.

    Montessori Children's House

    Nurture AND Nature; developing your child's individual passions and strengths. Because today's child is tomorrow's future.

    "I love being surrounded by a supportive team and a beautiful environment."

    "A really like the atmosphere here; natural settings and people always willing to help."

    School Address: 5003 218th Ave NE, Redmond, WA 98053-2429


  • January 02, 2024 8:48 PM | Nancy NDCWebDesign (Administrator)

    Contact: Kelly Yee

    Email: hr@bellmontessori.com

    Name of School/Organization: Bellevue Montessori School

    School Website: www.bellmontessori.com

    Age Group: 3 to 6 years old

    Description: Position: Early Childhood Lead Teacher

    Start: Fall School Year of 2024-2025

    Schedule: 8AM to 4:30PM

    Starting salary: 42000 to 46000 (based on a 10 month contract and depending on experience)

    Program: Early Childhood Program (ages 3 to 6)

    Montessori Head Teachers lead Montessori classrooms for one of the following age groups: Infants (3 to 18 months); Toddlers (18 months to 3 years); Primary (3 to 6 years); or Lower Elementary (6 to 9 years). They report directly to the Program Directors at the campus. This position exercises discretion and independent judgment to lead classes, prepare the Montessori classroom environment, create materials and activities, manage one or more Assistant Teachers and/or Floaters, handle complex parent and student issues, participate in campus events and community building, etc.

    Lead the Montessori Classroom:

    -Design the Montessori classroom environment, creating materials and designing activities as necessary for the success of the classroom and children.

    Give sequential Montessori presentations, according to the individual needs and progress of each child and in accordance with the AMS Montessori training.

    -Track individual child progress using Transparent Classroom for observation notes, recording lessons, and creating individualized lesson plans.

    -Create, manage and maintain a safe (emotionally and physically) joyful, positive atmosphere for the children

    -Carefully observe individual children to gain insight into their needs, and problem solve their challenges in order to meet those needs

    -Be a positive leader for one or more Assistant Teachers and/or Floaters and/or Interns who will support the classroom

    Parent Communication & Parent Education:

    -Communicate proactively with parents on an informal basis, including emails and verbal conversations

    -Write progress reports twice per year (only end of year for Toddlers

    -Conduct parent / teacher conferences twice per year

    -Hold one-on-one meetings with parents as necessary to meet the needs of individual children

    -Write regular class newsletters

    -Participate in Parent Education Events to educate parents and families about the Montessori Method and the workings of the classroom

    -Participate as needed in outreach and community building events such as open houses and holiday celebrations

    Professional Development:

    -Participate in periodic professional development opportunities

    -Maintain good standing with AMS and STARS Professional Development

    -Participate in observations with other teachers and staff (both as the observer and as the observed)

    Academic Administration:

    -Engage in various administrative activities that support the school's academic programs (e.g. planning for events, participating in staff meetings or one-on-one Head of School meetings, etc.)

    Benefits:

    - Assigned parking spot

    - Medical and Dental

    - Life Insurance of up to $50,000

    - Paid Vacation (Winter Break, Mid-Winter, Spring Break, and all Federal Holidays)

    - Tuition discount including free early and aftercare

    - Matching SIRA up to 3%

    - Free AMS membership

    - Professional development opportunities

    - EAP

    Requirements:

    -A Montessori Teaching Credential from an AMS or AMI-recognized training center at the Primary level.

    -Bachelor’s Degree.

    -Ability to relate to and inspire students on their independent educational journey

    -Experience leading a Primary classroom and establishing a normalized environment based on kindness and respect.

    -Support and mentoring provided by our Primary Educational Director as needed.

    -Evidence of emotional maturity and stability.

    -Strong personal communication and written communication skills.

    -Technical skills that support recordkeeping (Google Classroom, Transparent Classroom) and parent communication.

    -Legally authorized to work in the United States, and at least 18 years of age.

    -Willingness to complete state requirements: Infant/Child First Aid & CPR Training, MMR immunization, TB Test, Background Check & Fingerprinting, Food Handler’s Permit.

    Phone: (425) 454-7439

    School Address: 10909 NE 24th St. Bellevue, WA 98004

  • January 02, 2024 8:42 PM | Nancy NDCWebDesign (Administrator)

    Contact: Kelly Yee

    Email: hr@bellmontessori.com

    Name of School/Organization: Bellevue Montessori School

    School Website: www.bellmontessori.com

    Age Group: 18 months to 3 years old

    Description: Dr. Maria Montessori saw that during the child’s first years, their absorbent nature is unmatched to that of any other time in their lives. This time of rapid development creates a period of growth in which the child’s needs are dynamic and change instantaneously. Other remarkable qualities of toddlers include: living in the present and wanting to work with reality, exploring their world using all of their senses, rapid development of language, and learning through active play. Your role in the Toddler Program community would be to understand the need of each child and offer appropriate opportunities for encouraging exploration, independence, movement, play, language and social development.

    Our Toddler Program takes place within our Park Campus, located on the northwest corner of Hidden Valley Park, offering students a lush natural atmosphere. We have bright classrooms filled with toddler-sized furniture and materials. Reality-based activities are of great interest to toddlers, so be prepared to help them learn how to perhaps: dress themselves, use the bathroom, set the table for a meal, wash dishes, and prepare food. This will help the child become independent, develop gross and fine motor skills, and build self esteem from their successes and from overcoming frustrations within a supportive environment.

    Monday to Fridays

    Positions: 2

    Starting Pay Rate: $20.50 per hour

    Typical daily tasks include:

    - Leading a group with stories, movement, songs, and other activities

    - Assisting with snack preparation

    - Engaging in conversation, reading books and poems, telling stories, and singing songs with children to increase their opportunities for language

    - Using positive discipline techniques to help students gain self-discipline and resolution skills

    - Offer children the love, individual attention and support that they need to be successful and an independent thinker.

    - Cleaning and sanitizing the classrooms and tools for learning (including loading the dishwasher, laundry, folding the laundry, cleaning the playground, etc.)

    - Following safety procedures and supervising children as per DCYF requirement

    - Following BMS protocols and procedures

    - Complete yearly 10 STARs hours

    Some benefits of being a BMS Teaching Assistant include:

    - The opportunity to directly impact the education of children positively

    - Being a part of our amazing reputation

    - Professional development programs and scholarship opportunities for those who are interested in becoming a certified Montessori Instructor

    - Competitive Hourly Rate of $20.50 per hour

    - Tuition discount for your child(ren) with half-day rate plus free early and aftercare

    - Health Insurance benefits are optional for full-time staff

    - EAP (Employee Assistance Program)

    - DCYF requirement (CPR/FA, BBP, Food Permit, etc.) Reimbursement of up to $100

    - Simple IRA matching 3%

    - Staff events, etc.

    You may be a great fit if you:

    - Enjoy the presence of young children and want to help foster their growth

    - Demonstrate flexibility and consistency, team work in your work ethic and history

    - Have experience observing children and have a background knowledge of the Montessori method

    Requirements:

    - At least 1 year of experience working with infant / toddlers (from ages 18 months and up)

    - Able to stand for prolonged period and lift up to 25lb

    - Positive attitude and willing to learn. Takes initiation and is proactive.

    - Professional

    - Strong communication skills

    - Flexible, reliable, and punctual

    - Able to work in a fast-paced environment

    Per our DCYF (Department of Children, Youth and Families) regulations regarding educators, we require that all employees complete a PBC (portable background check), fingerprinting, WA State Food Handler’s Permit, proof of MMR (Measles, mumps, and rubella), proof of a negative Tuberculosis skin test, CPR/FA & BBP (Blood Borne Pathogen), 30 Hours Basic Initial ChildCare, and yearly 10 STARs hours. If not yet completed, our team will gladly help walk you through these necessary steps.

    Bellevue Montessori School is accredited by the American Montessori Society and has been an established leader in Montessori education on Seattle’s Eastside since it first opened in 1966.

    Come be a part of our amazing family of educators and teach the next generation of our community!

    We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcome all interested persons to apply who are 18 years or older.

    “Children are human beings to whom respect is due, superior to us by reason of their innocence and of the greater possibilities of their future.” – Maria Montessori

    Phone: (425) 454-7439

    School Address: 10909 NE 24th St. Bellevue, WA 98004


  • December 22, 2023 6:36 PM | Nancy NDCWebDesign (Administrator)

    Contact: Mary Jo Branley

    Email: acgmontessori@yahoo.com

    Name of School/Organization: A Country Garden Montessori

    Age Group: 2-6

    Description: Looking for a Montessori certified primary teacher, ages 2 years to Kindergarten, to lead the classroom in our established (23 years) Montessori School. Applicants should be ready to provide a quality Montessori curriculum to ensure students meet the learning objectives appropriate to their level. The Lead Teacher is responsible for up to 20 children per day, with 2 aides. This role also includes supervision of aides as well as scheduling and leading parent conferences two times a year. Teacher's should be able to prepare lesson plans and activities to enhance our program.. It is imperative that applicants hold a Montessori Accredited Certification. Please apply if you hold this certification and feel our small school environment is a good fit for your skills and personality.

    Full-time, part-time, & Intern

    Salary: $20.00-$25.00 hr.

    Hours: 8-4 Monday thru Friday Follows Enumclaw School District calendar -open Summer

    Phone: (206) 437-1180

    School Address: 38722 Enumclaw Black Diamond Rd, Enumclaw, WA 98022


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