Radcliffe Child Care Center, a Harvard University-affiliated center, is currently seeking an
experienced Toddler Teacher to join their team of dedicated early childhood professionals.
Nestled in the heart of Harvard Square, and just steps away from the Charles River, Radcliffe is
home to five early childhood classrooms with children three months to five years of age. Our
teachers work collaboratively in teams of three or four to provide the highest quality early
childhood education and care. We are inspired by the world-renown schools in Reggio Emilia,
Italy. We share the belief that fundamental to our work is a respect for the capabilities and
potential of every child and the hopes and dreams of every family. We believe that every child is
naturally curious, and that no child exists in isolation from his or her peers, family, teachers or
community, each child forms meaning through interactions with others. We value the
participation of families in enriching the child’s learning experience, and forging connections
between home and the classroom. In addition to being Reggio-inspired, we are an NAEYC
Candidates should be familiar with NAEYC standards, EEC regulations, and have an
understanding of the Reggio Emilia philosophy. We seek teachers who have experience
documenting the learning of children, planning exciting and dynamic curriculum, have
knowledge of developmentally appropriate practice, and who are committed to growing and
learning with children alongside children, colleagues and parents.
Qualified Candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related
field, EEC certification, and a minimum of one to two years of working with young children.
Candidates should be professional, warm, flexible and passionate about Early Childhood
Education. We seek teachers who want to make a difference in the lives of young children, and
be a part of a warm, caring community.
Radcliffe offers a very competitive salary commensurate with education and experience, as well
as an excellent benefits package and exceptional professional development opportunities.
Please send a cover letter and resume to Assistant Director, Abby Williams at