Founded in 1982 as a non-profit, Williamsburg Montessori serves children ages 18 months to fourteen years. Our steadfast commitment to creating an authentic Montessori experience has created a dynamic educational environment governed by the Montessori philosophy. Located near historic Colonial Williamsburg, this is a beautiful area to live, work and play with mountains and beaches a 2 hour drive away!
Williamsburg Montessori is presently accepting applications for a Primary Lead Teacher position for the 2023-2024 school year. The ideal candidate will have strong communication, collaboration and problem solving skills, experience serving diverse learning needs, a passion for working with 3-6 year old students, and the ability to cultivate positive relationships with children, their families, and fellow colleagues.
A Bachelor's degree and Montessori credential for Early Childhood from a MACTE accredited program is required. At least three years of classroom teaching experience is preferred but would consider an Intern Teacher.
Williamsburg Montessori offers a professional, warm and supportive working environment. Employees receive paid holidays, sick leave, STD, AD&D, Life Insurance benefits, SIMPLE IRA, health and dental benefits, and paid continuing education opportunities.
Compensation Paid holiday - Sick leave - SIMPLE IRA with up to a 3% employer match - Health and dental benefits, STD, AD&D, Life Insurance policies - Paid professional development opportunities - Tuition discounts for children of employees
Please email a cover letter and resume to
Sandy Andrews at email@example.com
You may also visit our website to learn more about our wonderful school: http://www.williamsburgmontessori.org
2023-2024 school year
Hours: 8:00-3:30 Monday -Friday
Job Type: 10 months, full-time
Salary: commensurate with experience and qualifications.
At least 2 years experience in a classroom or daycare setting with children ages 3-6 years old. Must be 18 years old or older and be able to lift 50 pounds.
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Bachelor's degree or higher is preferred.
CPR/First Aid training preferred.
Teaching assistant will assist the teacher in preparing and maintaining the classroom environment showing a dedication to supporting the work of the teacher in the general supervision and management of a class of children between the ages of three and six years old.
The assistant is directly accountable to the teacher to which assigned, but may also assist others in any areas beneficial to the school.
The assistant will relate to the children with courtesy, respect, acceptance, and patience and have a sincere interest in the children.
A warm, friendly personality and the ability to work well with the children and other staff members are required.
Applicants shall have or be open to acquiring knowledge of Montessori philosophy.
The lead teacher and the school will assist in this, but each staff member is responsible for working to understand and expand their knowledge.
Applicants will need to complete background checks.
First Aid & CPR training is preferred and previous experience with this age group is required.
Contact Information for Applicants:
Please email a cover letter and resume with at least 3 professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fulton Montessori is looking for a certified, dedicated and experienced Montessori professional to assume the responsibilities of Head of School. We are a unique school committed to providing access to the Montessori experience to families equitably in the community we serve. We look forward to speaking with qualified candidates about this exciting opportunity.
See this video link for our pre-recorded virtual tour we share with our families: https://youtu.be/GFlzgNyZ9C8
ABOUT FULTON MONTESSORI SCHOOL See this short video for a quick look at our program, but at our former location: https://youtu.be/xN66P-xnCTQ
Founded in 2018 by Salome Fernando, Fulton Montessori School is a grassroots non-profit Montessori preschool that serves children ages 16 months through kindergarten year. Using an income-based sliding tuition rate, FMS serves a wide range of working families and is proud to provide affordable year-round Montessori education to our community. As a result, we have a diverse community of Board of Directors, donors, staff, and families that embody and support our mission to “strengthen children through Montessori education in Richmond's East End.”
Visit www.fultonmontessori.com and @fultonmontessori FB page for more information about our organization.
8:00-5:00pm, M-F (with 1-hour unpaid break)
Remote work occasional with adequate staffing,
occasional responsibilities outside work hours
Reports to: Board of Directors
Compensation and Benefits $50,000- $60,000
Salaried, permanent, full-time $500 Hiring bonus at 3 months
8 paid Federal holidays (Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King, Jr, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day)
4 weeks of school-wide breaks – (FT salaried and paid breaks, PT unpaid school breaks)
10 PTO days (hours comparable to your workday) available after a 3-month probationary period from your start date (employee contract details these terms and conditions)
Start Date: ASAP to begin training under existing Director or 5/29/2023
General: Ensures Montessori standards are executed and maintained
Executes and coordinates fundraising initiatives by procuring donors, engaging volunteers as needed, securing sponsorships, and tracking event costs.
Collaborates with the Board of Directors to ensure FMS policies are sustainable and comply with licensing guidelines
Oversees licensing inspections, Admissions, Virtual tours, Student application review, Classroom visit follow-up with Leads, tuition, contract details, preparation, Coordination of classroom placements, enrollment projections, programming
Responsible for overseeing and maintaining office and classroom supplies and materials budgets
Responsible to keep organizational and programmatic data current for grant writer and/or Board of Directors for grant and funding opportunities
Participation in VBQ
Staff Evaluates staff and offers feedback, coaching, and professional development
Reviews and extends
Lead contracts annually
Conducts Monthly Team Meetings
Observes in classrooms
Approves all paid and unpaid time off
Approves staff hours for payroll
Issues disciplinary action
Coordinates staff schedules
Coordinates hiring and off-boarding:
Extends job offers
Montessori training, AMI or AMS
VA Department of Education Qualification standards for Program Director
Dedication to the practice of the Montessori educational philosophy
Independent school or non-profit administration experience
Coursework in Early Childhood Education or Child Development
Demonstrated leadership qualities
Excellent communication skills
Fund development experience preferred
Virginia Preservice Training for Childcare Staff (free 10 hour training)
Preferences Master’s Degree
Experience with Quickbooks and/or budgeting
Grant Writing experience or interest
Experience working in a non-profit
Familiarity with VA DSS Child Care Subsidy Program
Knowledge of VA DOE Standards for Licensed Child Day Centers
Contact Information for Applicants
Send your information to:
Board of Directors EMAIL: email@example.com
We look forward to reviewing your cover letter, resume and references and learning about how your experiences could serve our growing school! You MUST include "Head of School" in your subject line to help redirect your information to the FMS search committee. Thank you!
Teachers who want to change the world come to Guidepost. Changing the world is in our DNA. Our organization was founded to do just that—a group of educators and likeminded individuals had caught a glimpse of what could be possible in education, and wanted to bring it to the world. Education today is filled with false alternatives. We disrupt them all. Our vision is a classroom where children plumb the depths of human knowledge and aspire to the height of intellectualism—and do it all at their own self-direction. Do you believe that there is critical, life-shaping knowledge that children desperately need—but also believe that they need to be in the driver’s seat when they pursue it? Then Guidepost is the place for you.
We’re rooted in the Montessori tradition, which means we believe in an open-ended, free work period, where children choose what to work on and work at their own pace. We bring structure that through a coaching-based approach of helping children plan their own goals for the week and use us as adults as their guides and accountability partners to help them hold themselves accountable to their own choices and aspirations.
We also recognize that when approaches like that go wrong, children don’t learn. So we’ve invested years in extensive curriculum development to ensure rich and comprehensive curriculum across mathematics, geometry, literature, grammar, biology, chemistry, physics, art appreciation, handwork, and more. And we have an accredited teacher training program to teach that curriculum to our “guides” along with the skill of running a classroom in a way that is at once fully individualized and fully engaged and productive. That training program will earn you a diploma that is recognized world-wide.
Contact Information for Applicants:
Applicants should apply at: https://boards.greenhouse.io/guidepostmontessori/jobs/4962740
Aquinas Montessori School in Alexandria, Virginia is seeking a lower elementary and upper elementary guide as we prepare for an experienced guide's retirement. Prospective guides should have AMI, AMS, or other MACTE approved Montessori training. We are looking for warm, organized, and creative guides who are able to communicate effectively and professionally with parents, students, and other staff members. Part time employment is an option. Salary is commensurate with credentials and experience and competitive with private Montessori schools in our area.
Contact Information for Applicants:
Interested guides should send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org to the attention of Sheri Brennig.
Job Purpose: To guide the children in their growth toward independence and self-discipline in a nurturing, loving way by modeling respect for all forms of life and creating a culture of peace. The expectation is to demonstrate an attitude of service and contribute to a cooperative atmosphere within the whole school community by living a Montessori spirit.
Responsibilities: Prepare the classroom environment, materials and equipment; ensures that all materials are in good repair and all sets complete.
Develop and make materials when needed.
Plan and implement Montessori curriculum.
Give engaging presentations with Montessori materials that children will want to use on their own.
Establish a record keeping system to track the children’s progress.
Supervise the classroom assistant and collaborate with the assistant to maintain the optimal learning environment.
Record daily attendance of the students.
Assist children to progress at their own pace and gradually discover their potential while helping them to help themselves.
Create a calm and joyful atmosphere in an environment that allows each child to connect to productive work.
Have a positive and open attitude toward children and respect them as individuals.
Facilitate a respectful environment for children and adults by advocating conflict resolution and Grace and Courtesy lessons.
growth towards independence and social responsibility. Ensure respectful and open lines of communication with parents.
Be available to parents through written communication, setting up conferences and educate parents in the Montessori philosophy.
Assist in the planning and maintenance of the outdoor environment. Comply with all continuing education requirements.
Attend all faculty meetings, scheduled staff events, and school sponsored functions.
Believe in, communicate, and support the mission of the school.
Contact Information for Applicants: