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Top Private School Jobs (2024)

Office Receptionist
South Shore Christian Academy
Posted on Thu., June 27, 2024
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Sat., August 31, 2024

Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: 1650
Education requirements: Regularly required to sit, stand, talk, hear, see (close and distant vision required).
Contact Information: Celia Helgesen; (781) 331-4340; giving@southshorechristian.org

South Shore Christian Academy is a Christian, Preschool - Grade 12, college-preparatory, richly diverse day school south of Boston, Massachusetts. We are on a mission to "glorify Jesus Christ by revealing truth, imparting knowledge, stimulating spiritual growth, and developing Christian character in young men and women through a college preparatory curriculum taught by Christian teachers," so that students can be well-equipped to "do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God" in our world. We are hiring for our part-time Office Receptionist position for the 2024-25 academic year, starting in September, 2024. The position is a one-year position and is eligible for renewal. This position is typically Monday

General Music Teacher (Preschool to Grade 8) & Upper School Orchestra and Choir Teacher
South Shore Christian Academy
Posted on Wed., June 12, 2024
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Thu., June 12, 2025

Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: 38000-45000
Education requirements: Bachelor's degree in music education or related field required; Master's degree preferred.
Contact Information: Emily Daley; (781) 331-4340; giving@southshorechristian.org

South Shore Christian Academy is a vibrant, culturally diverse preschool - grade 12 Christian school in Weymouth, Massachusetts, in which music education is an essential and deeply valued part of the student experience. We are searching for a dynamic, skilled, and passionate music educator to teach PK-8 General Music, AND/OR Upper School Choir and Orchestra, at a small Christian school with a growing Music department. Depending on promising candidates'' availability and expertise, this position can be either full-time or part-time If the position is filled by two part-time educators, the specific responsibilities may be redistributed among the two roles in order to best match the expertise of the educators. General Music: Half-time position This individual will have formal training in music pedagogy. Help students from preschool through grade 8 to grow in musical awareness, appreciation, literacy, and skill from the earliest grades through high school, with ample opportunities at each level to make music with their voices and with various instruments such as ukulele, Orff instruments, keyboards, guitars, and others. Teach grades preschool through grade 5, once per week (eight periods per week) Teach grades 6-8, every other day for one quarter of the year on a rotating basis Direct winter and spring concerts Foster a culture of joy and discovery Exhibit and instill Christian character in students Upper School Ensembles: Half-time position This individual will have experience and expertise in strings repertoire and pedagogy and choral music and vocal pedagogy. The ability to direct other student ensembles such as jazz band is an important plus. Through relationship-building and active recruitment, continue to build the middle school and high school choir and orchestra programs, both in terms of number of students participating and in terms of quality of musicianship. Direct on-campus performances, and seek out off-campus opportunities to perform and compete, such as festivals, community performances, and touring opportunities. High school orchestra (meets three times per 7-day rotation) Middle school orchestra (meets three times per 7-day rotation) High school choir (meets three times per 7-day rotation) Middle school choir (meets three times per 7-day rotation) Grade 4 & 5 strings lessons (meets twice per week) Other ensemble such as jazz band (meets once per 7-day rotation) Direct winter and spring concerts Foster a culture of excellence and joy in musicianship Seek out ensemble performance opportunities outside of school Exhibit and instill Christian character in students Minimum Requirements Must affirm Statement of Faith and Teaching Positions. Bachelor''s degree in music education or related field required; Master''s degree preferred. Must be proficient in multiple instruments. Two years of teaching experience or more is preferred. Must exhibit a high degree of cultural competency to contribute within a multi-racial, multi-denominational environment.

Part-Time, Short-Term Math Teacher for Summer 2024
Commonwealth School
Posted on Mon., April 29, 2024
Starting date: Mon., July 08, 2024
Expiration date: Tue., April 29, 2025

Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: $80/hour
Education requirements: N/A
Contact Information: Rui Shu; (617) 266-7525; rshu@commschool.org

Dive In Commonwealth is a free summer and school-year program for high-achieving middle-school students from low-income communities across the greater Boston area. Starting the summer after sixth or seventh grade and lasting until the fall of their freshman year, Dive In students engage in rigorous classes and exciting extracurriculars, preparing them for private schools and the path to college. Like our parent school, Commonwealth School, Dive In empowers motivated students by offering enriching activities in a close-knit community of like-minded peers. Our unique urban campus is located in the heart of Boston''s historic Back Bay, easily accessible by public transportation. Dive In Commonwealth seeks a Math Teacher for the summer of 2024. The teacher will work with a small group of middle-school students to advance their practical knowledge of math, nurture their innate curiosity, cultivate their intellectual confidence, and strengthen general learning skills in the classroom and beyond. Dive In welcomes teaching applicants from both public and private schools as well as from local community centers; our hiring is informed by our mission to close achievement gaps across educational institutions and build bridges to historically neglected neighborhoods. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES - Teach rising seventh graders - Implement a math curriculum created by our other math teacher, thirty class sessions (60 minutes each) total - Maintain healthy teacher-student relationships - Collaborate with the Director, Assistant Director, and staff to support students - Assign final grades and/or write end-of-term assessments - Commit to the role for the entirety of the summer program dates (See "Schedule" below.) ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS - Commitment to Dive In''s mission and desire to help marginalized middle schoolers excel - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills - Ability to implement lessons and collaborate with the other math teacher to ensure the consistency and progress of the math curriculum - Demonstrated interest in math and enthusiasm for the material - Experience leading, facilitating, or coaching a small group of people - High energy and a sense of humor! PREFERRED EXPERIENCE - Previous teaching experience and/or tutoring or camp-counseling experience - Experience working with middle-school age students - Familiarity with local museums (e.g. Museum of Science, MIT Museum) and willingness to integrate field trips into classroom curriculum (if relevant) - While a bachelor''s degree is preferred, it is not required. If you have a strong understanding of math and a passion for education, we encourage you to apply. COMPENSATION $80 per hour paid on a biweekly basis SCHEDULE - July 8 to August 16, 2024 - Mondays through Fridays, one-hour teaching block each day - Lunch provided APPLYING Interested candidates should email the following materials to Dive In Co-director Rui Shu (rshu@commschool.org) by May 30, 2024. Questions about the role can be directed to Rui as well. - Résumé or CV - Brief email or cover letter describing one''s commitment to the Dive In mission and qualifications for this position - Names of at least two references and their contact information Commonwealth School is an equal opportunity employer. It does not discriminate against any individual based on race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, national origin, ancestry, genetic information, veteran status, military service, application for military service, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Upper School Art Teacher
South Shore Christian Academy
Posted on Tue., March 26, 2024
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Sat., August 31, 2024

Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: 38000-45000
Education requirements: Must exhibit a high degree of cultural competency to contribute within a multi-racial, multi-denominational environment.
Contact Information: Emily Mendonza; (781) 331-4340; emendonza@southshorechristian.org

Title Upper School Art Teacher Position Full-time Location South Shore Christian Academy (45 Broad Street, Weymouth, MA 02188) Reports to High School Lead Teacher / Director of Finance and Operations South Shore Christian Academy is a Christian, Preschool - Grade 12, college-preparatory, richly diverse day school south of Boston, Massachusetts. We are on a mission to "glorify Jesus Christ by revealing truth, imparting knowledge, stimulating spiritual growth, and developing Christian character in young men and women through a college preparatory curriculum taught by Christian teachers," so that students can be well-equipped to "do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God" in our world. Job Summary The Upper School Art Teacher engages high school students in the meaningful study of the visual arts in support of the school''s mission. This teacher, therefore, conducts students into ever-deepening skill and sophistication in the creation of art in various media, reflecting their identities as people created in the image of a creative God; in a journey of discovery about the history of art and the ways that that history intersects with theological and philosophical ideas and with other subject areas; and in a process of reflection, expression, and communication that the language of art enables. Along the way, this teacher invites students to consider how appreciating and making art can inform and enrich their faith, shape their character, and fuel their calling to "do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God" in every sphere. Our preferred candidate will be an avid learner, an eager collaborator, and an effective communicator, skilled in developing a productive rapport with students and finding ways to help them succeed. This person will embody, and actively seek to grow in, SSCA''s "Characteristics of Professional Excellence." Making art is an important part of his or her life. This person will also have the professional confidence to establish curricular goals and develop courses of study. This teacher will also have the opportunity to collaborate with the theater teacher on set design and decoration, and to participate over the coming years in our ongoing curriculum review process, helping to shape and improve our school. This is a full-time, salaried teaching position with generous health benefits and standard school vacations. Resume and cover letter of interest should be uploaded to this application form. Minimum Requirements Must be a Christian and affirm SSCA Statement of Faith and Teaching Positions. Must exhibit a high degree of cultural competency to contribute within a multi-racial, multi-denominational environment. Bachelor''s degree in art or related field required; Master''s degree in arts education or a related field preferred. Should model in his/her life, in some meaningful way, the practice of art. At least two years of teaching experience is preferred but not required. Must exhibit competency in the use of technology in an educational context, including learning management platforms, word and data processing, distance learning tools, and other applications useful for teaching and learning. Required to move about campus regularly, including navigating stairs; to sit, stand, talk, hear, see; and to lift loads of 30 lbs. SSCA conducts background checks and employment authorizations. Essential Responsibilities Planning and curriculum design: maintain understanding-based learning goals for students; develop assessments that measure student learning relative to those goals; develop units, lessons, and activities that help students to learn and grow accordingly. Instruction: systematically guide students in daily learning activities, including direct instruction, application and practice, exploratory activities, hands-on projects, and public exhibitions of learning. Provide formative and summative feedback to help students grow in their understanding; engage students in metacognitive activities to help them monitor their own goals and progress. Mission alignment: Construct learning experiences designed to "stimulate spiritual growth and develop Christian character" in students, in keeping with the SSCA mission statement. Conform to the school''s philosophy of education and stated Characteristics of Professional Excellence. Integrated approach: Construct learning experiences that help students to see the relevance of Biblical principles and the cross-disciplinary interconnectedness of knowledge. Student support: find ways to help students succeed when they encounter difficulties; make productive use of technology and differentiate instruction to meet various students'' needs and interests. Classroom management: maintain clear, high expectations for student behavior, and cultivate a classroom culture that is orderly, productive, respectful, supportive, and joyful. Discipleship: cultivate the spiritual growth of students through prayer, Bible study, mentorship, and spiritual conversations. Collegiality: actively support colleagues in their own journeys as educators, and participate enthusiastically in collaborative ventures. Institutional support: demonstrate support for the school''s mission, board, administration, and school-wide improvement efforts such as accreditation. Communication: keep parents informed of students'' progress; maintain up-to-date academic records and submit reports in a timely manner. Provide timely and helpful feedback to students about their work. Multiculturalism: consistently promote understanding, respect, and humility among students of various cultural and racial backgrounds, affirming the image of God in each student. Professionalism: Follow all expectations regarding the HOS''s understanding of professionalism, including social media practices, student relations, communication protocols, and collegiality. Other Duties Fulfill assigned duties during and outside of school hours. This may include supervising students, conducting field trips, overseeing special activities, acting as a mentor, advising student organizations, and other duties. Support Admissions and Development functions, including but not limited to: participating in admissions events, hosting "shadow students," and evaluating prospective students. Collaboratively set individual and school-wide professional development goals keyed to SSCA''s "Characteristics of Professional Excellence." Participate in on and off-campus professional development activities. Attend and participate in all faculty meetings and trainings. Read and be familiar with all policies and procedures. Perform other duties as may be assigned from time to time by HOS. This position will begin in August 2024.

Part-Time Lower and Middle School Spanish Teacher
South Shore Christian Academy
Posted on Mon., March 04, 2024
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Tue., August 20, 2024

Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: 20000-30000
Education requirements: B.A.
Contact Information: Emily Mendonza; (781) 331-4340; emendonza@southshorechristian.org

Title Part-Time Lower and Middle School Spanish Teacher Position Part-time Location South Shore Christian Academy (45 Broad Street, Weymouth, MA 02188) Start Date August 20, 2024 South Shore Christian seeks a talented, enthusiastic, collegial Spanish teacher who is ready to help elementary and middle school students grow in their language skills. South Shore Christian Academy is a Christian, Preschool - Grade 12, college-preparatory, richly diverse day school south of Boston, Massachusetts. We are on a mission to "glorify Jesus Christ by revealing truth, imparting knowledge, stimulating spiritual growth, and developing Christian character in young men and women through a college preparatory curriculum taught by Christian teachers," so that students can be well-equipped to "do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God" in our world. Our Spanish program was recently expanded to include instruction from preschool through high school, opening the exciting possibility that all SSCA graduates will be proficient in Spanish in the foreseeable future. So, our new Lower and Middle School Spanish Teacher will be an enthusiastic and collaborative professional able to help our program continue on that path. Job Summary This individual will engage students in grades K-7 in a wide variety of multi-modal, culturally-rich activities that help them to develop increasing proficiency in Spanish, while helping them discover the how their language skills can be leveraged for the Lord''''s good purposes. In this way, the teacher will support the school''''s mission not only to "reveal truth" and "impart knowledge," but also to "stimulate spiritual growth and develop Christian character." The ideal candidate will be an avid learner, a fun and patient teacher, and an eager collaborator committed to helping lower and middle school students grow intellectually, socially, and spiritually. The teacher will embody a proficiency-based approach, inviting students to use language with increasing confidence and sophistication in authentic ways and contexts. part-time, salaried teaching position and is not eligible for benefits. Resume and cover letter of interest should be uploaded to this application form. Minimum Requirements Must be an active Christian and affirm SSCA Statement of Faith and Teaching Positions. Must exhibit a high degree of cultural competency to contribute within a multi-racial, multi-denominational environment. Advanced Spanish proficiency required. Bachelor''''s degree in Spanish, Education, or related field required. Experience with, and orientation toward, proficiency-based and understanding-based learning pedagogies strongly preferred. At least two years of teaching experience is preferred. Must exhibit competency in the use of technology in an educational context, including learning management platforms and other applications useful for teaching and learning. Required to move about campus regularly, including navigating stairs; to sit, stand, talk, hear, see; and to lift loads of 30 lbs. Must be able to perform job functions remotely if deemed necessary by the Head of School. SSCA conducts background checks and employment authorizations. Essential Responsibilities Planning and curriculum design: maintain understanding-based learning goals for students; develop assessments that measure student learning relative to those goals; develop units, lessons, and activities that help students to learn and grow accordingly. Instruction: systematically guide students in daily learning activities, including direct instruction, application and practice, exploratory activities, hands-on projects, and public exhibitions of learning. Provide formative and summative feedback to help students grow in their understanding; engage students in metacognitive activities to help them monitor their own goals and progress. Mission alignment: Construct learning experiences designed to "stimulate spiritual growth and develop Christian character" in students, in keeping with the SSCA mission statement. Conform to the school''''s philosophy of education and stated Characteristics of Professional Excellence. Integrated approach: Construct learning experiences that help students to see the relevance of Biblical principles and the cross-disciplinary interconnectedness of knowledge. Student support: find ways to help students succeed when they encounter difficulties; make productive use of technology and differentiate instruction to meet students'''' needs and interests. Classroom management: maintain clear, high expectations for student behavior, and cultivate a classroom culture that is orderly, productive, respectful, supportive, and joyful. Discipleship: cultivate students'''' spiritual growth through prayer, Bible study, and spiritual conversations. Collegiality: actively support colleagues in their own journeys as educators, and participate enthusiastically in collaborative ventures. Institutional support: demonstrate support for the school''''s mission, board, administration, and school-wide improvement efforts such as accreditation. Communication: keep parents informed of students'''' progress; maintain up-to-date records and submit reports in a timely manner. Provide timely and helpful feedback to students. Multiculturalism: consistently promote understanding, respect, and humility among students of various cultural and racial backgrounds, affirming the image of God in each student. Professionalism: Follow all expectations regarding the HOS''''s understanding of professionalism, including dress code, social media practices, communication protocols, and collegiality. Other Duties Fulfill assigned duties. Support Admissions and Development functions, including but not limited to: participating in admissions events, hosting "shadow students," and evaluating prospective students. Collaboratively set individual and school-wide professional development goals; participate in on and off-campus professional development activities. Perform other duties as may be assigned from time to time by HOS.

Girls Varsity Volleyball Coach
South Shore Christian Academy
Posted on Tue., January 30, 2024
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Fri., August 02, 2024

Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: 3000
Education requirements: Previous coaching experience in girls volleyball, with a proven record of success.
Contact Information: Emily Mendonza; (781) 331-4340; emendonza@southshorechristian.org

South Shore Christian Academy is a Christian, Preschool - Grade 12, college-preparatory, richly diverse day school south of Boston, Massachusetts. We are on a mission to "glorify Jesus Christ by revealing truth, imparting knowledge, stimulating spiritual growth, and developing Christian character in young men and women through a college preparatory curriculum taught by Christian teachers," so that students can be well-equipped to "do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God" in our world. We are hiring for our Girls Varsity Volleyball Coach for the 2024-25 academic year, starting in August, 2024. The position is a three-month position and is eligible for renewal for the following year. Position is not eligible for benefits. This position is typically Monday

Preschool Aide
Clark School
Posted on Thu., September 07, 2023
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Sat., September 07, 2024

Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: varies
Education requirements: At least 1 year of teaching experience with toddler/preschool age children
Contact Information: Jessica Felizardo ; (978) 777-4699 Ext. 124; jessicaf@clarkschool.com

Our Preschool Aide is a support person who is enthusiastic about working with young children and dedicated to creating a warm, welcoming environment for all families. Reports to: Preschool Director Job Summary: This Preschool team member will perform various routines to support the Clark Preschool. Responsibilities: ▪️ Develop caring and supportive relationships with all children and their families ▪️ Support other team members ▪️ Ensure safety of all children ▪️ Communicate daily with Co-Teachers and the Director ▪️ Participate in supervision and team meetings ▪️ Follow the Clark School philosophy ▪️ Care for the space and school equipment ▪️ Participate in recommended training programs, conferences and other aspects of professional development ▪️ Other tasks as assigned Requirements: ▪️ At least 1 year of teaching experience with toddler/preschool age children ▪️ Strong written and verbal communication skills ▪️ Ability to pass a background check General Qualifications: Meet the state qualifications and those set forth in the national hiring standards including: ▪️ Commitment to caring for the needs of young children ▪️ Flexibility and desire to collaborate with team ▪️ Classroom management skills ▪️ Good communication skills ▪️ Knowledge of child development ▪️ Ability to lift and carry children and other items weighing up to 50 pounds ▪️ Ability to use arms, hands, legs, and feet, with or without corrective devices; this includes the ability to evacuate the building during emergencies ▪️ Ability to respond immediately to emergency situations All employees are subject to a fingerprint check and a background investigation, per state law. Clark School is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability or handicap, sex, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, arrest record, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. Our management team is dedicated to this policy with respect to recruitment, hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, training, compensation, benefits, employee activities and general treatment during employment.

Late Pick-up/After school Staff (Part Time)
Clark School
Posted on Thu., September 07, 2023
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Sat., September 07, 2024

Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: TBD
Education requirements: High School Degree or Higher
Contact Information: Jessica Felizardo ; (978) 777-4699 Ext. 124; jessicaf@clarkschool.com

We are currently searching for a super fun, high energy and reliable person for our part-time After School program. The After School staff play all types of indoor and outdoor games (including Gaga) and activities with students in grades K through 8. No homework, all play! The weekly schedule is Monday through Friday from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm each day, and runs through the end of the 2023-2024 school year, but we''re sure the kiddos will leave you wanting more time with them! A typical afternoon looks like this: Snack and some iPad or work, then transitioning to play time, which means getting them off their devices. Any time the weather permits, we are outdoors, where they run, jump, play Gaga, and -- hopefully -- burn off lots of energy. If it''s too wet or cold, they are inside with crafts, games, "Just Dance", and occasionally an indoor pick up game of Gaga. Did we mention how much they love Gaga? All applicants must have the following: ▪️ A high school degree or higher ▪️ Lots of energy and experience with children in this age group ▪️ Excellent attendance ▪️ Ability to pass a CORI and fingerprint check ▪️ Fluency in English and be able to work both independently and as part of a team ▪️ A fun attitude, alone with patience and a willingness to work with students and their parents General Responsibilities: ▪️ Manage the Gaga Pit. The kids love playing Gaga and will destroy each other to stay in the game. We would be particularly impressed with any candidate who knows the game (or can quickly learn and/or fake it). ▪️ Track student program attendance. ▪️ Clearly communicate any student or space issues with School administrators. ▪️ Be sensitive to the needs of people, especially students and their parents, and show a pleasant disposition to all people in all situations. ▪️ Adhere to all policies and procedures listed in the School''s Employee Handbook. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds. A Massachusetts teaching certificate is not required. We pay on allocated holidays and snow days (that fall on scheduled work days). All employees are subject to a CORI background investigation and fingerprinting, per state law.

Van Driver (Part-Time, Split-Shift)
Clark School
Posted on Thu., September 07, 2023
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Sat., September 07, 2024

Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: From $19.00 per hour
Education requirements: N/A
Contact Information: Jessica Felizardo ; (978) 777-4699 Ext. 124; jessicaf@clarkschool.com

We are searching for a reliable, caring person for a part-time, split-shift position transporting our students to and from school. Up to 20 hours per week during a typical school week; we pay on allocated holidays and snow days. Position begins in mid-August and is contracted through the end of the school year. Qualified Applicants: ▪️ A valid Class-D driver''s license for the last three years with a satisfactory driving record ▪️ Be at least 21 years of age ▪️ Professional driving experience Duties and Responsibilities (may include but are not limited to): ▪️ Pick up students from each of three bus stops every morning and reverse the route in the afternoon every weekday when School is in session. ▪️ Routine upkeep of School vehicles; including but not limited to refueling, basic operational checks, and maintaining interior cleanliness. ▪️ Communicate clearly with School administrators to facilitate timely pick-ups and drop-offs and to manage students in the vehicle. ▪️ Be sensitive to the needs of people, especially students and their parents, and show a pleasant disposition to all people in all situations. ▪️ Adhere to all policies and procedures listed in the School''s Employee Handbook. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: ▪️ Ability to pass a CORI and fingerprint check ▪️ Ability to pass a pre-employment physical and vision examination, which includes drug and alcohol testing ▪️ Fluency in English and be able to work both independently and as part of a team ▪️ Commitment to the philosophy and goals of the School ▪️ Patience and display willingness to work with students and their parents ▪️ Possess and utilize skills in the areas of leadership, crisis management, organization, and verbal communication ▪️ Excellent attendance and punctuality Specific Training/Skills: ▪️ Knowledge of State and Federal driving rules and regulations Working conditions for this position may include regularly being required to stand; walk; drive; use hands to handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to sit and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and the ability to quickly adjust vision. Application Question(s): Are you able to work the AM shift (approx 6-8am), the PM shift (approx 3-5pm) and/or both shifts? Work Remotely: No Job Type: Part-time Salary: From $19.00 per hour Benefits: Paid time off Schedule: Monday to Friday Ability to commute/relocate: Rowley, MA 01969: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Preferred)

Full Time Early Childhood Teachers
The Children's Center At Groton
Posted on Thu., July 20, 2023
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Sat., July 20, 2024

Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: $40,000-$44,500/year
Education requirements: Bachelors Preferred, EEC teacher certification
Contact Information: Melissa Levin; director@theccg.org

We are currently seeking teachers to work with children ages Infant-PreK. Full Time Teacher salary range of $40,000-$44,500/year $2,000 sign on bonus We prefer candidates seeking full time positions, but are open to discussing part time positions with the right candidate. We prefer candidates who already have EEC Infant/Toddler or Preschool teacher certification, but are open to candidates still working towards EEC certification. Are you looking to make a change in your career to a place that not only values children but also values those who educate and care for them? At the Children`s Center at Groton, we are looking for educators who are passionate about nurturing the whole child through play-based, emergent curriculum. We consider ourselves a school, not a daycare, and as such, teachers are treated as professionals, not babysitters. Our Reggio-inspired school takes a child-centered approach to learning and has a strong focus on social-emotional development. At CCG, children remain in the same classroom for the full academic year (Sept.-Aug) and move together to the next age group in September. At our school, you will not experience students coming and going from your classroom throughout the year. We are not a traditional school. We value what each child has to offer and we look to turn their interests into hands-on experiences in the classroom. Our days are filled with wonder and joy ?? and probably a dance party or two. Our teacher-led Sunshine Committee plans monthly staff events to increase morale and keep us all feeling like a tight-knit community. Some of our events have included: a sock exchange, a Valentine`s day treat swap, staff pajama days, and more! We also offer a snack bar! If you are looking to make a change for the better, we would love to introduce you to our school. Our hours of operation are currently 8am-4pm (shortened hours due to COVID), year-round. You can take a virtual tour and see some real-life examples of our emergent curriculum model right here on our website. Benefits for full-time employees include: health insurance dental insurance short term disability long term disability life insurance IRA plan 11.5 paid days off plus the week between Christmas and New Years in paid time off 5 sick days 10 additional paid holidays.

Part Time Assistant Early Childhood Teachers
The Children's Center At Groton
Posted on Thu., July 20, 2023
Starting date: Immediately
Expiration date: Sat., July 20, 2024

Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: Part Time hourly range of $16-18/hour for assistant teachers
Education requirements: Bachelors preferred, EEC teacher certification preferred
Contact Information: Melissa Levin; director@theccg.org

We are currently seeking teachers to work with children ages Infant-PreK. Part Time hourly range of $16-18/hour for assistant teachers We prefer candidates seeking full time positions, but are open to discussing part time positions with the right candidate. We prefer candidates who already have EEC Infant/Toddler or Preschool teacher certification, but are open to candidates still working towards EEC certification. Are you looking to make a change in your career to a place that not only values children but also values those who educate and care for them? At the Children`s Center at Groton, we are looking for educators who are passionate about nurturing the whole child through play-based, emergent curriculum. We consider ourselves a school, not a daycare, and as such, teachers are treated as professionals, not babysitters. Our Reggio-inspired school takes a child-centered approach to learning and has a strong focus on social-emotional development. At CCG, children remain in the same classroom for the full academic year (Sept.-Aug) and move together to the next age group in September. At our school, you will not experience students coming and going from your classroom throughout the year. We are not a traditional school. We value what each child has to offer and we look to turn their interests into hands-on experiences in the classroom. Our days are filled with wonder and joy ?? and probably a dance party or two. Our teacher-led Sunshine Committee plans monthly staff events to increase morale and keep us all feeling like a tight-knit community. Some of our events have included: a sock exchange, a Valentine`s day treat swap, staff pajama days, and more! We also offer a snack bar! If you are looking to make a change for the better, we would love to introduce you to our school. Our hours of operation are currently 8am-4pm (shortened hours due to COVID), year-round. You can take a virtual tour and see some real-life examples of our emergent curriculum model right here on our website. Benefits for full-time employees include: health insurance dental insurance short term disability long term disability life insurance IRA plan 11.5 paid days off plus the week between Christmas and New Years in paid time off 5 sick days 10 additional paid holidays.

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