Top California Private School Jobs

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Top Private School Jobs (2019-20)

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.

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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