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Montessori Teacher

Montessori Children’s House - Assistant Teacher
Program Philosophy:
At Columbus Montessori Education Center (CMEC) we are deeply committed to creating a setting that reflects the world around us because we know that’s how students build perspective, creativity, bold ideas, and bolder solutions.  For 38 years we have been a standard-bearer of quality programming in our community. We serve a diverse community of learners 6 weeks to 6th grade who go on to change the world in ways big and small.  

Job Description:
We are a career employer.  You will join a committed and highly qualified team.  This is a 12-month, full-day position with an immediate start date.  Our classrooms have a maximum of 24 students with at least one Montessori credentialed teacher and/or a teacher intern.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to:  creating a nurturing and prepared learning environment; planning individualized learning experiences across all areas of development to strengthen the outcomes of all assigned students; collaborating with families to foster long-term success.  

Qualifications:
  • CDA, AA or Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education preferred 
  • Direct experience teaching children ages 3 – 6.
  • Experience serving a diverse community
  • Exhibit high degree of professionalism and integrity
  • Flexible and adaptable
  • Willingness to embrace a spirit of continuous improvement
Benefits:
  • Highly competitive salary based education and experience
  • Health and dental insurance
  • Paid professional development, holidays, school closure days and additional paid time off
  • Professional and rewarding work environment

Please send your letter of interest and resume to jgottesman@columbusmontessori.org
 
 

Columbus Montessori Education Center

Montessori is an innovative, child-centered approach to education, developed a century ago by a woman ahead of her time.

CMEC provides a high quality Montessori education to a diverse community of learners ages 6 weeks to 6th grade; empowering them to change the world in ways big and small.