Top California Private School Jobs

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Top Private School Jobs (2018-19)

Teacher Assistant
Step By Step Montessori School - Concord - CA
Posted on Wed., January 09, 2019
Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: Over average pay
Education requirements: ECE units
Expiration date: Thu., January 09, 2020
Contact: Miss MArzi; (925)825-4364; info@stepbystepschools.com

To assist a certified teacher in rendering educational services to students, and ensures they enjoy a good learning experience. The teacher assistant`s job description covers taking instructions from the head teacher and helping in grooming students academically, socially and physically.

Spanish Teacher
Star Of The Sea School - San Francisco - CA
Posted on Tue., October 23, 2018
Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: $25 per hour
Education requirements: Bachelor's Degree
Expiration date: Wed., October 23, 2019
Contact: David ; (415)221-8558; dgallagher@staroftheseasf.com

We are looking for a part time Spanish teacher for grades 6-8. We are a Catholic school so our ideal candidate would be a practicing Catholic. Experience is preferred.

Elementary Teacher
Katherine Michiels School - San Francisco - CA
Posted on Thu., September 20, 2018
Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: $60,000
Education requirements: Bachelors and Masters preferred with Teaching Credentials
Expiration date: Thu., October 31, 2019
Contact: Colleen Mulvey; (415)821-0130; kmsoffice@openmindsf.org

The Katherine Michiels School (KMS) Elementary Program is looking for an experienced, bright, energetic teacher for our progressive Reggio-Emilia based program who is a fluent Spanish speaker. The program serves 100 students Pre-K through 5th grade in a mixed-age classroom environment. In the past 42 years, KMS has taken the lead in developing an academic curriculum where art, music, dance, Spanish language, outdoor education, and creative writing are core to a program that is project-based and specific to each learner. It takes inspiration primarily from the Reggio Emilia Approach but is also influenced by the work of Mel Levine and Bev Boss. The program places a strong emphasis on social, academic, and emotional development. We encourage children to take responsibility for themselves and others and allow them freedom to develop a strong sense of self. In addition, we find that when kids are engaged and involved in the learning process as they are at KMS, learning becomes fun and meaningful for them. Please look at kmsofsf.org to further understand our mission and core values. REQUIREMENTS: ?? Bachelors degree in Education or related field. Masters preferred. ?? Spanish and English Language fluency ?? Two years teaching experience in 3rd-5th grade emphasis. ?? Flexible hours and keep pace with fluid curriculum structure ?? Experience teaching the Reggio Emilia approach, project-based learning, or collaborative, interdisciplinary teaching. JOB DESCRIPTION: ?? Knowledge of the Reggio Emilia approach and eager to learn from world- class representatives of the approach and to implement it in their classrooms. ?? Maintain documentation of students` intellectual, social, and emotional development as a tool for pedagogical and professional work. ?? Teach through explorative projects that encompass a variety of curricular areas and utilize the Omnibus Guidelines to incorporate relevant skills and concepts into research work. ?? Develop clear and positive structures, expectations, and routines in the classroom to optimize child development and consistent learning. ?? Prepare Omnibus Guideline Developmental Profiles for students and meet with parents to discuss children`s progress. ?? Maintain lesson plans and make available to the Elementary Program Director along with student work files. ?? Demonstrate research-project progress and documentation at frequent co-inquiry meetings with colleagues and the Elementary Program Director. ?? Participate in activities that capitalize on KMS philosophy and approach. Utilize teacher planning time appropriately. ?? Articulate, monitor and assess individual professional development needs and goals with the Program Director. ?? Participate in weekly staff meetings and ongoing parent meetings and events. ?? Collaborate effectively with families and staff. Maintain consistent, ongoing, constructive communication with families and co-workers.

Foreign Language Teacher
Western Christian Academy - Prather - CA
Posted on Wed., August 22, 2018
Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: 14-22
Education requirements: Bachelor's degree
Expiration date: Thu., August 22, 2019
Contact: Jeff Gillingham; (559)855-7778; jgillingham@westernchristianacademy.com

Part-time 15-25 hrs/week Must fluently speak and write Spanish and/or French Live in CA or Oregon

Office Clerk/Montessori Substitute Teacher
Montessori Harbor Mesa School - Costa Mesa - CA
Posted on Wed., July 18, 2018
Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: We will discuss in person.
Education requirements: H.S. Diploma, Acquired 12 ECE units
Expiration date: Sun., August 31, 2025
Contact: Mrs. Giuliana DeFrenza; montessorihms@sbcglobal.net

File Documents Prepare newsletters Answer phone calls and write down detailed messages Answer emails Relay messages to the school''s Director Substitute a teacher''''s class once in awhile Requirements: -Montessori teaching experience or Montessori Certified (preferably age 2 though 12, but not required) -Acquired at least 12 ECE units -Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite

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