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Full-Time
NH
Posted 2 days ago
Lead Preschool Teacher Position https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=Lead+Preschool%2FPre-K+Teacher&l=new+hampshire&from=searchOnHP&vjk=06ae3f850ca0deea

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Lead Preschool Teacher Position https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=Lead+Preschool%2FPre-K+Teacher&l=new+hampshire&from=searchOnHP&vjk=06ae3f850ca0deea

Full-Time
Melrose
Posted 3 days ago
Job description Mi Pequeña Academia is a Spanish immersion preschool in Melrose, MA. We are committed to quality education that impacts each child's life physically, emotionally, and intellectually. Seeking certified teachers and lead teachers for toddlers, and/or Pre-K. Job Type: Full-time Salary:$17.00 -$25.00 per hour Expected hours: 40 per week RequiredQualifications Spanish Fluency Certified by the Massachusetts Department of EarlyChildhood Education andCare (EEC) as licensed teacher(Lead teacher) of Toddlers and/or Pre-K. Experience working with Toddlers and Preschoolers Compassionate, caring,responsible, and committed to the mission of Mi Pequeña Academia. Energetic, creative and resourceful educators. Eager to share experiences and expertise to support the creation of a strong team of mindful, knowledgeable, and passionate educators. Ready to challenge themselves daily to improve their own lives and help others improve their own. DesiredQualifications Arts, music, or yoga teaching experience. Duties and responsibilities Implement the MPA teach curriculum in the classroom Develop engaging activities with a physical, intellectual, and emotional focus Effectively communicate with parents and staff Track children’s progress and development Participate in MPA’s community activities when needed We offer Human resources forindividual and team support, coaching and Mindfulness training An open-minded and engaging working environment Professional development resources Competitive salary and benefits. Benefits: Paid time off Tuition reimbursement ESLClasses Schedule: 8 hour shift Day shift, No nights License/Certification: EEC- PQR(Professional Qualification EducatorRegistration}(Required)

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Job description Mi Pequeña Academia is a Spanish immersion preschool in Melrose, MA. We are committed to quality education that impacts each child’s life physically, emotionally, and intellectu...

Full-Time
Boston
Posted 1 week ago

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NH
Posted 3 weeks ago
Dream AcadeME is collecting resumes for leadership positions for Wellheart Chartered Public School (WCS) that Dream AcadeME is sponsoring in Southern NH. Wellheart Chartered Public School is opening with grades K-8 in the Fall 2025. This position begins as early as March 2024, but has a somewhat flexible start date and flexible hours for the first 4-9 months. The Head of School (Operations) will oversee the day-to-day operations, and uphold the overall vision and mission of the school. Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the Head of School (Operations) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for WCS's staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. He or she will work with the Board on school growth and development, and advises on topics of fiscal accountability, staffing, and quality assurance. She or he will provide knowledge and oversight of the school’s strategic plan, financial development and management, operations, facilities, human resources, public relations, and quality. Professional Qualifications: Master’s Degree required. A Master's Degree in administration, business, or a related field is preferred. Several years of experience in operations, program management, or administration within a school environment. Demonstrated history of effectiveness in leadership of a charter school. Demonstrated acumen for day-to-day operations, fundraising, human relations, and budget preparations. Excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach staff, manage, and develop high-performance teams, set and achieve strategic objectives, and manage a budget. Strong marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures. Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills. Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovative approplanning. Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people. Passion, idealism, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed. Responsibilities: Drives the charter's vision, mission, overall direction, and long/short-term goals. Develops, implements, and monitors work practices, systems, and methods that are effective, efficient, and consistent with charter school and administration standards, policies, and procedures. Establishes and maintains professional and cooperative working relationships with all stakeholders: families, students, employees, neighbors, and partners. Integrates the community with effective communication and public relations. Hires, supervises, evaluates, supports, and conducts disciplinary action for employees. Direct supervision of administrative, facilities, and other support staff. Provides training to employees on school policies and regulations as they apply to school site operations; standard school site rules and procedures; computer operation and software programs used at the school site; proper use of office equipment; and emergency procedures. Supervises the enrollment, transfer, discharge, and readmission process for students, and the preparation of related records and files, as well as student transportation. Supervises the preparation of student enrollment and attendance report. Supervises the maintenance of student records, including assessment results, test scores, discipline citations, medical reports and records, and other documents. Supervises student medication dispensation and injury reports. Purchasing, event planning, and management, as well as prepares and processes field trip requests. Assists in writing, translating, publication, and distribution of weekly school newsletter. Oversees charter renewal and annual reports, and assists in the preparation and development of the annual budget by preparing cooperatively with employees and contractors, for approval by the Board. Financial Management & Development Responsibilities: Fiscal management and reporting tasks. Coordinates the development and oversight of the school’s General Fund, operational, capital, and special projects budgets; prepares budget transfers as appropriate. Prepares and maintains purchase orders and other expense records; approves, logs, and monitors expenditures; reconciles site records monthly office reports; resolves discrepancies; and ensures expenditures are within budget allowances for the month and year. Helps to design, implement, and annually update the school fundraising plan. Researches, develops, and implements the annual grant application calendar that maximizes funding potential for core and supplementary services. Recruits and oversees any contract grant writing services, fundraising interns and/or volunteers. Works closely with the Board of Trustees to identify and cultivate potential individual donors and potential corporate donors. Create reports on fundraising successes, obstacles, and opportunities to the Board of Trustees. Job Type: Full-time Pay: $65,000.00 - $75,000.00 per year Benefits:
  • Dental insurance
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Parental leave
  • Retirement plan
  • Vision insurance
Schedule:
  • Monday to Friday
Work Location: Hybrid remote in Milford, NH 03055

Dream AcadeME is collecting resumes for leadership positions for Wellheart Chartered Public School (WCS) that Dream AcadeME is sponsoring in Southern NH. Wellheart Chartered Public School is opening w...

Full-Time
Brookline
Posted 4 weeks ago
he Boston University Children’s Center is located in a newly renovated beautiful historic home in the Cottage Farm neighborhood of Brookline.  The Center is open year-round and serves children as young as infants through Pre-Kindergarten in a homelike setting, with an expansive outdoor space for the children to explore.  Please click here to learn more about our program and click here to see images of our Center and the classroom spaces.  Please note the Children’s Center is a full-time early childhood educational program that operates year-round.   The Director’s role is to lead and cultivate a vision and mission for the program; one that ensures a safe, quality early learning environment that meets the developmental needs of young children. The position encompasses the oversight and delegation of all aspects of the programs’ operations, and the implementation of all program policies and procedures. The Director is expected to create a professional atmosphere, which fosters supportive relationships among children, staff, and parents. The Director must abide by all EEC licensing standards, and all policies and procedures set forth in the employee handbook.   The Children's Centers philosophy is based on blending a variety of early childhood educational philosophies and approaches, including Montessori, Reggio Emilia, and Constructivist. Children at the Center are viewed as active participants in their own learning, making choices and seeking out experiences that further their development. Educators at the Center strive to create a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment that supports children as they learn and grow at their own pace through play-based and child-centered experiences. Educators at the Center believe in viewing each child as an individual, and they understand the importance of getting to know each child and meeting them where they are developmentally.  
Required Skills
  • Director II Certified by MA Department of Early Education and Care (EEC)
  • Bachelor’s degree in child development, early childhood education or a related field—Master’s degree preferred
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in the early childhood education field
  • Minimum of three years’ experience in a direct supervisory role in the early childhood education field
  • Demonstrated leadership abilities
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work cooperatively and communicate well with others
  • Ability to work well with individuals of diverse cultural and educational backgrounds
  • Strong administrative skills, including budget an financial oversight experience
  • Teacher training and mentoring experience
  • Self-motivated, reliable, able to work independently
  • Computer skills (MS Word, Power Point, Excel, Outlook, WordPress, UpBup, Kaymbu, SAP)
  • Attentive to confidentiality of records and other personal information
  • Certified in First Aid & CPR
  Reporting Structure
  • The Director of the Center reports to the Executive Director of Benefits in Human Resources
  Essential Functions & Duties   Program
  • Articulate and carry through the program’s vision, mission, and philosophy
  • Develop and maintain high quality standards of early childhood education and care for all children
  • Develop and implement program policies and procedures, update as necessary
  • Oversee coordination of educational program and curriculum implementation
  • Assure compliance with EEC licensing regulations
  • Assure compliance with local Public Safety, Health Department, and Fire Department regulations
  • Assure compliance with program health and safety policies/procedures
  • Develop and manage staffing patterns and schedules to maintain appropriate classroom ratios
  • Oversee assessment and referral plans for children with special needs
  • Take part in short- and long-term strategic planning for program improvements
  • Conduct evaluations of programs and classrooms
  • Take part in observation of children
  • Assure that assessments of all children happen in a timely manner
  • Work with teachers and parents on transitioning children into new classrooms
  • Assure that all facilities, equipment, and materials are well maintained and in good repair
  • Communicate with facilities management on all indoor and outdoor daily cleaning, maintenance, and repairs
  • Participate in professional associations and community groups related to early education and care
  • Demonstrate expertise in program policies and procedures
  Personnel
  • Take leadership role in recruitment and hiring of qualified staff
  • Assure that staff positions are filled and classrooms maintain appropriate ratios
  • Coordinate oversight and placement of all teaching and administrative staff, substitutes, student teachers, work study students and volunteers
  • Oversee orientation of new staff
  • Schedule, set agenda, and facilitate staff meetings
  • Work with Human Resources in staff termination cases
  • Complete annual Performance Evaluations of Assistant Directors and Mentor Teachers, and oversee evaluations being completed by Assistant Directors
  • Maintain employee handbook with personnel policies and operational procedures
  • Monitor time off requests
  • Provide resources to staff for professional development both onsite and offsite
  • Oversee onsite staff trainings
  • Conduct individual conferences with staff members when conflicts arise with other staff or families
  Financial
  • Propose tuition rate increases to University Leadership
  • Oversee annual operational budget and ensure operations remain within budget
  • Prepare annual budget for review and approval
  • Oversee management of payroll
  • Oversee collection of tuition fees
  Administration
  • Oversee and maintain all publications
  • Oversee program website content and update as needed
  • Oversee annual enrollment
  • Oversee all child and staff file record keeping
  • Oversee health and safety record keeping
  • Coordinate evacuation and emergency planning
  • Maintain relationship with Health Care Consultant
  • Oversee the daily, monthly, and yearly calendar of program, including events, meetings, trainings, and activities
  • Maintain maximum enrollment, and recruit new families through marketing activities
  • Conduct Center tours
  • Maintain and update enrollment waiting lists
  Family Relations
  • Support families as they enter the program
  • Support staff in maintaining communication with families regarding their child’s development
  • Schedule family meetings and activities as needed
  • Maintain and update family handbook
  • Serve as a resource to families about child development and provide parenting support
  • Work with families who are experiencing conflict with staff or other families
  Professional Growth
  • Keep up to date on all early childhood research and trends affecting the field
  • Continue to take course work as needed to meet performance goals
  • Participate in Director trainings and support groups as available in the community
  • Continue development of administrative and technological skills necessary to support all Center functions and operations
    We are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, military service, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition, or because of marital, parental, or veteran status. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor. 
Job Location
BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Salary Grade
Grade 50

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Job CategoryDirector

he Boston University Children’s Center is located in a newly renovated beautiful historic home in the Cottage Farm neighborhood of Brookline.  The Center is open year-round and serves children as ...

Full-Time, Part-Time
Winchester
Posted 1 month ago
Forest Friends Forest Kindergarten Teacher Position Description TITLE: Forest Kindergarten Teacher REPORTS TO: Wright-Locke Farm Director of Education STATUS: Part Time (28-30 hours per week) with option to increase to Full-Time with additional hours with Youth Programming. SALARY RANGE: Competitive and commensurate with experience START DATE: Spring 2024 (part-time 6-8 hours/week for planning) August 2024-June 2025 Wright-Locke Farm Mission: The Wright-Locke Farm Conservancy (WLFC) seeks to build broad community and model sustainable practices through active learning, organic agriculture, land stewardship, and an appreciation of our historic New England farm. We grow certified organic vegetables, fruits and flowers for local consumption, offer farm-based educational experiences for people of all ages through structured programs and informal learning, and open our doors for public and private events, providing a venue for recreation, leisure and gathering. Forest Friends Mission: Through our nature-immersive, play-based program, the Forest Friends program at Wright-Locke Farm fosters a love of exploratory learning, educates the whole child, and cultivates a genuine connection to the natural world. In these ways, we aim to create lifelong learners, engaged and empathetic citizens, and compassionate environmental stewards. Learn more at wlfarm.org/forest-friends. Position Overview: Forest Friends, a licensed preschool, is seeking an experienced early childhood, outdoor educator who will teach a pilot Forest Kindergarten of 6-8 children for the 2024-2025 school year. This individual will design and teach a curriculum that adheres to Massachusetts State kindergarten standards while embracing the nature-immersive, play based philosophy of the Forest Friends Preschool. Unlike our co-teaching model in the preschool, this position is for a solo lead teacher. Our ideal candidate has a genuine love for young children, a deep, personal connection to nature, a commitment to high quality care and learning. This candidate must be willing and able to spend extended time outdoors (at least 4 hours/day), in all weather, with their students, Monday-Friday. We are seeking a highly relational and visionary educator who shares the values of WLFC and desires to be an integral part of the mission of both Forest Friends and the farm. Principal Responsibilities include: ● Teach the 4-hour Forest Kindergarten program 5 mornings per week (8:30am - 12:30pm) ● Plan and facilitate curriculum for 5-8 kindergarten age students following Massachusetts State kindergarten standards ● Develop and implement daily practices and routines as well as seasonal, placed-based, emergent curriculum that promotes social-emotional learning and deep nature connection ● Attend bi-weekly staff meetings and a weekly check-in with the co-directors of Forest Friends ● Create and maintain a healthy, safe, and positive environment for children ● Communicate with parents about their child’s development and daily experiences, including conducting parent/teacher conferences at least twice a year. ● Write weekly newsletters for families ● Foster an inclusive, collaborative, and supportive community with families, Forest Friends staff, and WLFC staff ● Observe and document children’s progress in the areas of social, emotional, physical, creative, cognitive skills including literacy, mathematics, and STEM ● Assist with the management of any interns and volunteers. ● Assist the co-directors in ensuring adherence to any policies and regulations to maintain good standing with the town and the state ● Organize 2-3 field trips for the class that compliment areas of interest ● Help plan and attend 4-5 short family events during the school year Desired Skills and Abilities: ● Experienced educator in a preschool/kindergarten/grade one setting ● Passionate about, and effective at, connecting with young children ● Strong communication skills with parents, staff and children ● Working knowledge of nature, science, and New England ecology ● Experienced in outdoor skills and activities, with an ability to safely lead the group outside in all weather ● Familiarity with Massachusetts State Curriculum standards ● Ability to teach children at different stages of literacy and mathematical development ● Good organizational skills and ability to handle multiple tasks patiently and professionally, and adapt to changing situations on a working farm ● Proficient with Google Drive Suite and editing/sharing photos ● Proficient with, or willing to learn, the MA EEC Lead portal and documentation guidelines ● Comfortable working independently Education/Experience: ● Experience working with young children and families in a preschool/kindergarten/grade 1 setting ● Experience spending extended time in the outdoors in varying weather conditions ● Preschool Lead Teacher certified (or working towards certification) through Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care or Massachusetts State Teaching Licensure for Grade K-3 ● CPR/First Aid certified, or willingness to obtain ● Willingness to work with Co-directors on maintaining professional MA EEC requirements ● Suitable Background Check (BRC) through Commonwealth of MA Physical Demands: This position requires the ability to work outside September through June in various New England weather conditions. The employee is frequently required to walk or hike on steep or uneven terrain, stand and sit for extended periods of time. This employee will occasionally climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 30 lbs. and may occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 lbs. Anti-Discrimination Statement: Wright-Locke Farm is an equal opportunity organization and, as such, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, age, national origin (ancestry), physical or mental ability, marital status, or sexual orientation. How to apply: Position open until filled (April 1st, 2024 is target hire date). Please send a resume, cover letter, statement of education philosophy, and 3 references to Sarah Doyle, Director of Education and Forest Friends to sdoyle@wlfarm.org. Forest Friends Wright-Locke Farm 82 Ridge Street Winchester, MA 01890

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Forest Friends Forest Kindergarten Teacher Position Description TITLE: Forest Kindergarten Teacher REPORTS TO: Wright-Locke Farm Director of Education STATUS: Part Time (28-30 hours per week) with opt...

Full-Time
Boston
Posted 1 month ago

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Full-Time
Lincoln
Posted 2 months ago
Lincoln Nursery School is seeking an educator who understands the importance of play in child development and believes in inquiry based learning for themselves and their students.     Lincoln Nursery School is  a cooperative where family members are in the classroom on a regular basis alongside the co-teachers and children creating a learning community. A respect for and love of children and their families is essential for joy to flourish in our school; teachers are proactive in developing relationships with children and their families. LNS is located on the grounds of the deCordova Sculpture Park and museum which borders conservation land; this context influences our emergent curriculum.  Qualifications:
  • Understanding of the Reggio Emilia Approach to early childhood education, project based teaching and documentation;
  • Ability to collaborate with a co-teacher and actively participate in faculty meetings;
  • Comfortable coaching family partners when volunteering in the classroom;
  • Well organized, has strong time management skills, and is adaptable;
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills;
  • Committed to professional development;
  • EEC lead teacher certified, a complete BRC will be required before joining our team;
  • BA/BS degree or equivalent experience and a minimum of 3 years teaching experience preferred;
  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccination required.
The position starts in August, 2024. Lincoln Nursery School operates on a 10 month school calendar, mid-August - mid-June. Salary is based on experience and background. The school offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including healthcare insurance contributions and a Simple IRA plan with 3% employer match. Paid benefits include up to 10 days of excused absences, daily planning time, and professional development. We are seeking teachers who are interested in making a long-term commitment to the school. If you are interested in applying, please contact NANCY@LINCOLNNURSERYSCHOOL.ORG   We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Lincoln Nursery School is seeking an educator who understands the importance of play in child development and believes in inquiry based learning for themselves and their students.     Lincol...

Full-Time
RI
Posted 4 months ago
At Learning Brooke Early Childhood Education Center, we have begun our search for a new Director as we enter our 20th year of serving families in Rhode Island. Inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach and Educaring® Approach, we believe children are competent, capable, and curious people who have the right to a nurturing, child-centered and well curated environment. Children are not vessels to be filled, rather they are complete beings ready to explore their world with the support of nurturing adults ready to design environments and experiences to bring out their natural instincts to explore, make meaning and develop relationships. If you are seeking to Direct a center devoted to respecting the wonder of early childhood, please apply. Email Brooke Brown Brooke@learningbrooke.com Requirements: • Bachelor’s or Master's degree in related field • Early Childhood Education experience • Strong leadership skills • Superb representation of self and school to the public • Excellent relationship building skills • Clear, positive, communication skills • Self-motivated and collaborative spirit • Excellent organizational and time management skills • Ability to effectively multi-task • Ability to develop and manage systems • Positive can-do attitude • Professional appearance and strong work ethic • Computer skills (ProCare knowledge a plus) • Knowledge of RI DHS regulations for childcare licensure • Strong ability to recognize and strive for opportunities for the school • Love of children and commitment to quality, authentic, early childhood education Job Responsibilities: Administrative Duties- • Process enrollments • Keep all student/staff files up to date • Ordering supplies • Tuition billing • Marketing and promotion of Learning Brooke • Attend monthly staff meetings • Create and update systems for maximum efficiency and effective operation Management of Staff- • Recruiting, hiring/termination, supervision of staff • Manage daily schedule and ensure staff/children ratios are met at all times • Track weekly hours and all time off (vacations and sick) for staff • Staff evaluations (observing and rating performance, goal setting and tracking) • Weekly operations meetings with Administrative staff • Maintain up to date employment files for all staff • Ensure staff compliance with professional development requirements • Direct supervision of Administrative Assistant • Work collaboratively with Learning Brooke’s Pedagogy Coordinator to support curriculum and teacher development Family Relationships and Communication- • Introduce families to Learning Brooke philosophy, policies, fees, regulations, availability via school tour • Track leads, tours and follow-up to result in enrollment • Be available for family concerns/questions and convey policy changes to families • Manage waitpool Compliance Duties- • Ensure all staff files are in compliance with licensing and continuing education requirements • Ensure Learning Brooke is in full compliance with all DHS licensing and safety regulations at all times • Work with DHS during licensing visits to share school operations and compliance • Schedule annual inspections for health and safety • Update paperwork and policy as needed • Write and update plans and procedures for all types of emergencies • Ensure all safety regulations and drills are met at all times • Oversee cleanliness, maintenance and organization of the school The Director’s position at Learning Brooke is a full-time, salaried position. Please feel free to visit our website at www.learningbrooke.com for more information.

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Job CategoryDirector

At Learning Brooke Early Childhood Education Center, we have begun our search for a new Director as we enter our 20th year of serving families in Rhode Island. Inspired by […]

Full-Time
Beverly
Posted 4 months ago
NSNS is Hiring!

Role: BUSINESS MANAGER

Company Description

North Shore Nursery School is a non-profit, independent preschool located in Beverly, MA. For over 60 years, North Shore Nursery School has demonstrated our deep commitment to early childhood education. Our nurturing and dynamic teachers celebrate the wonder of childhood while working with families to build positive and engaging first-school experiences for children ages 2 through PreK. 

Role Description

This is a part-time, on-site, administrative role for a Business Manager. The Business Manager will be responsible for overseeing the financial management of the school, including budgeting, billing, and bookkeeping. The Business Manager will work as part of NSNS' administrative team (Director, Assistant Director & Director of Enrollment), and also work closely with the school’s Board of Trustees. The Business Manager will be responsible for managing the school’s facilities and vendor relationships, as well as supporting administrative staff and teachers in their day-to-day work. 

Qualifications

  • Ability to work independently and prioritize tasks effectively
  • Excellent project management and problem-solving skills
  • Experience in financial management, including budgeting, billing, and bookkeeping
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Experience in planning and preparing annual filing and forms
  • Facilities management and vendor relationship experience
  • Collaborative worker and team player
  • Proficiency with QuickBooks, Google Drive, and Microsoft Excel
  • Bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration, or related field; CPA preferred
  • Experience in a non-profit organization is a plus

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NSNS is Hiring! Role: BUSINESS MANAGER Company Description North Shore Nursery School is a non-profit, independent preschool located in Beverly, MA. For over 60 years, North Shore Nursery School has [...

Full-Time
Concord
Posted 5 months ago
Welcome! The Children’s Meetinghouse is seeking a qualified Preschool candidate to join our educational team. We are a non-profit early childhood program located in beautiful Concord, MA. We believe that imagination, wonder, discovery and delight serve as the cornerstones of teaching and learning. We place priority on honoring children in their capability and we follow a play-based, Reggio Emilia inspired approach. We would love to hear from you! Responsibilities & Qualifications: Along with collaborating on a teaching team, job requirements include participating in all duties related to the education and care of young children. Preferred applicants have a passion to work with children in a group setting, joy in inquiry based projects, and interest in making learning visible through documentation. ➔ Create a safe and nurturing environment where children can learn and take risks ➔ Maintain full responsibility for smooth running of classroom environment ➔ In partnership with the center Director and peers, co-create a positive classroom culture ➔ Partner and communicate with families provide the best care and education for the children through inquiry based learning ➔ Design and implement curriculum including documentation to make the learning visible to the community ➔ Adhere to all EEC regulations ➔ EEC certification required- Teacher or Lead Teacher (Preschool) ➔ A love of children and a strong desire to make a difference every day ➔ Strong organizational skills including teamwork, relationship building skills, the ability to multitask, the ability to manage situations effectively and diplomatically ➔ Excellent oral and written communication skills ➔ Degree in early childhood education or related field desired, as well as experience with Reggio Emilia philosophy. ➔ Commitment to create and foster a dynamic environment where play and learning are a top priority Benefits: ➔ Competitive salary ➔ Health Care package ➔ 401K match ➔ Vision & dental stipend ➔ Small teacher-child ratios ➔ The Children’s Meetinghouse follows a 10-month calendar ➔ Up to 80 hours of accrued personal time ➔ Up to 80 hours of earned vacation time ➔ 1 floating holiday after 1 year of employment & 2 floating holidays after 3 years of employment TCM is open from 7:30am to 5:30pm Monday-Friday. Our teacher to child ratio is very generous and we are using our large playground spaces for lots of outdoor explorations. Shifts for the 2023-2024 school year will be 9:30-5:30pm. If you would like to join a community of children, teachers, and parents who love their school, please contact us. We would love to meet you! To apply, please send a letter of interest and resume highlighting relevant experience to: Amanda Gillis, Director director@thechildrensmeetinghouse.org

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Job CategoryTeacher

Welcome! The Children’s Meetinghouse is seeking a qualified Preschool candidate to join our educational team. We are a non-profit early childhood program located in beautiful Concord, MA. We believe...

Full-Time
Concord
Posted 5 months ago
The Children’s Meetinghouse is seeking a qualified Infant/ Toddler candidate to join both of our educational programs. We are a non-profit early childhood program located in beautiful Concord, MA. We believe that imagination, wonder, discovery and delight serve as the cornerstones of teaching and learning. We place priority on honoring children in their capability and we follow a play-based, Reggio Emilia inspired approach. We would love to hear from you! Along with collaborating on a teaching team, job requirements include participating in all duties related to the education and care of young children. Preferred applicants have a passion to work with children in a group setting, joy in inquiry based projects, and interest in making learning visible through documentation. Applicants must be teacher certified by the Department of Early Education and Care. Degree in early childhood education or related field desired, as well as experience with Reggio Emilia philosophy. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package included. The Children’s Meetinghouse follows a 10-month calendar. Our school is open from 7:30am to 5:30pm. Our teacher to child ratio is very generous and we are using our large playground spaces for lots of outdoor explorations. Shifts for the 2023-2024 school year will be 9:30am-5:30pm. If you would like to join a community of children, teachers, and parents who love their school, please contact us. We would like to meet you! To apply, please send a letter of interest and resume highlighting relevant experience to: Amanda Gillis, Director director@thechildrensmeetinghouse.org

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The Children’s Meetinghouse is seeking a qualified Infant/ Toddler candidate to join both of our educational programs. We are a non-profit early childhood program located in beautiful Concord, MA. W...

Resident Teacher and Graduate Student - Boulder Journey School

The Boulder Journey School Teacher Education Program is an innovative, one-year paid residency opportunity where you can study Reggio-inspired coursework work in an early childhood classroom. You will earn an MA Degree from University of Colorado Denver, a Colorado Teaching License and Colorado Large Center Director Qualifications at a reduced tuition rate (non-residents are granted in-state tuition).  For more information please visit: https://www.boulderjourneyschool.com/ma--license-teacher-education-residency-program.html

During the year, Resident Teachers:

Teach alongside mentor teachers and take on the daily responsibilities of a classroom teacher

Design and engage in opportunities for leadership and advocacy in the field of Early Childhood Education

Engage in ongoing collaboration and reflection on teaching practice with a cohort of peers

Co-construct a contextual curriculum with children and adults

Innovate new early childhood practices

Participate in a week long Study Group in Reggio Emilia, Italy

Minimum Qualifications/Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree in any field, and a desire to be part of progressive community focused around lifelong learning and advocacy for Early Childhood Education.

Start Date:

Start date for residency: August 5, 2024

Please note, there is a summer online course that starts June 3, 2024, but can be taken from any location.

Application Procedures:

Please click on the following link for application instructions: https://boulderjourneyschool.com/apply.html

Contact Information:

Jody Ogrodnick

Teacher Education Program Coordinator

jody.ogrodnick@boulderjourneyschool.com

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Job CategoryInternship

Resident Teacher and Graduate Student – Boulder Journey School The Boulder Journey School Teacher Education Program is an innovative, one-year paid residency opportunity where you can study Regg...

Full-Time
Cambridge
Posted 5 months ago
Peabody Terrace Children’s Center Toddler Teacher Position (Full-time) Peabody Terrace Children’s Center is a private, non-profit childcare facility affiliated with Harvard University. We are one of 7 centers that make up Campus Child Care, Inc. We are located on the Charles River, in graduate student housing. We serve an internationally diverse community of families with children from 3 months to 5 years of age. We were among the first fifty programs in Massachusetts to pursue and attain NAEYC accreditation, and we maintain a consistent reputation for excellence in childcare in the Metro-Boston area. We have 6 classrooms with an art studio available for use by all classrooms. PTCC is a Reggio Emilia inspired school and we are dedicated to providing a reflective, meaningful experience for children while they are away from home. We are committed to Anti-Bias Education at all ages and expect staff to support these principles. Our teaching staff includes energetic, thoughtful individuals who are committed to developing curriculum through keen observation of play. Responsibilities: ● Collaborate with teaching team to provide relationship-focused care, which may include: playing, singing, diapering, nap support, observation ● Collaborate with teaching team to plan and document emergent curriculum that is accessible to all students ● Complete child learning assessments ● Peaceful, timely, effective communication with teaching team, families, curricular support staff, and administrators ● Attend and contribute to weekly team meeting ● Able to lift, move, and hold children and objects up to 40 pounds. Able to engage in full range of motion to lift, reach, squat, climb, sit, and otherwise fully participate in classroom activities. ● Able to supervise and interact with children outdoors for extended periods of varied weather conditions. Preferred Skills and Experience: ● EEC Teacher certification ● CDA, or higher education degree (any level) in ECE, Child Development, Elementary Ed., or Early Childhood Special Education (OR 30 college credits in these areas with an unrelated degree) ● Cultural Competency ● Familiarity with Google docs, pic collage, google suite, email ● Knowledge of EEC regulations and QRIS standards ● Organized ● Time management skills ● Creative ● Experience and commitment to ongoing study of the Reggio Emilia approach ● Familiarity with anti-bias and antiracist approaches to early education Benefits ● High-quality HMO health insurance ● Dental insurance ● Vision insurance ● Life insurance ● 403(b) retirement plan contributions, starting with one year of service ● Employee assistance and work-life program (EAP) ● In-house professional development ● Tuition reimbursement and professional development funding ● Monthly transportation allowance ● Paid time off If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your resume, cover letter and list of three references to: ptcc.nicole.director@campus-cc.org. PTCC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate due to race, religion, cultural heritage, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender expression, political affiliation, marital status, or disability when making decisions regarding hiring.

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Peabody Terrace Children’s Center Toddler Teacher Position (Full-time) Peabody Terrace Children’s Center is a private, non-profit childcare facility affiliated with Harvard University. We are one ...

Full-Time
Cambridge
Posted 6 months ago

CedarChildCare is looking for a full-time teacher!

Recently opened in a beautifully renovated space in North Cambridge, CedarChildCare is servicing up to 25 infants, toddlers, and preschoolers in the neighborhood. Our staff is highly motivated. Teamwork is a cornerstone of our philosophy.

The center is on a path to developing a curriculum following the Reggio Emilia approach. It is a year-round and full-day program. The new position will allow a passionate and experienced educator to implement ideas and guide children

Email us at DirectorCedarChildCare@gmail.com

Or Call us at (617)945-0660

Job Features

Job CategoryTeacher

CedarChildCare is looking for a full-time teacher! Recently opened in a beautifully renovated space in North Cambridge, CedarChildCare is servicing up to 25 infants, toddlers, and preschoolers in the ...