A lovely and prepared teacher can give the child opportunities to develop
all their potentials and you can make a difference in a child’s life every day allowing the exploration, imagination and providing the highest-quality Montessori learning experience in a
If Spanish is your first language and working in early childhood education is your passion and you want to make this work your career, this position is for
. . . If You Have These Minimum
- 3+ years of experience as a lead/assistant teacher working with
toddlers and kindergarten age group
- Love of working with children in this age group and willingness to
grow and learn
- A benevolent attitude toward both parents and
- Are passionate for learning new ways to help a child by giving
them the tools to be independent
- Take pride in your work and are friendly with error
- Get energized and inspired by working with children!
- Earned a Bachelor's Degree (preferably in an area of Early
Childhood Education) AMI/CDA
- Familiarity with the Montessori approach to education is
preferred, but not required because you can learn with us!
- Upon hire, you will receive specialized, in-house (paid!)
training from an expert in the Montessori approach to early childhood education. BBM count with an amazing Spanish speaking Montessori mentor who will be available to lead professional development,
provide feedback and help develop your skills as you refine your practice.
- We offer competitive salaries and a
- A generous tuition discount.
- Paid Vacation Days After a Year of
- Paid Holidays After 6 months of
* Benefits received are based upon specific job descriptions
and terms as stated by the Employee Handbook.
We are always accepting applications! You can download the application and send it
to us via e-mail.
currently have open full time and part -time teaching positions.
Compensation: Salary is competitive to market salaries and is based on education and experience.
- Promoting independence while providing support, modeling
- Understand and implement Montessori curriculum, policies and
- Supports the individual needs of the children in accordance with
Montessori’s philosophy and vision
- Support the Lead Teacher in implementing Montessori curriculum,
policies and school procedures.
- keeping the classroom materials clean and attractive for the
- Continually develop skills by attending at least 18 hours of Montessori training annually.
Include But Are Not Limited
- Assisting children, changing diapers, daily clean-up classroom
including organizing group activities, snacks prep, supervising children on the playground, toilet awareness, helping with lunch, putting the children down for a nap, and having good communication
skills with parents and co-workers.