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2019 – Summer Camp Guides

Job Description

  • Treehouse Montessori School is seeking applications for Summer Camp Guides:
  • Toddler (1-3-year-olds), and Primary (3-6-year-olds)
  • Classroom guides are responsible for the well-being of the children in the classroom as well as supporting the teacher with a variety of tasks
  • Some of these tasks include classroom organization, cleaning, playground supervision, and more
  • The summer camp guide is principally supporting the lead teachers rather than directly teaching children. This role requires someone who is responsible, detail-oriented, and skilled with children in the classroom age group.

Qualifications (Minimum and Preferred)

  • Applicants for 1-3-year-olds and 3-6-year-olds
  • MUST hold a Colorado Early Childhood Teacher certificate, First Aid/ CPR and Universal Precautions.
  • Montessori experience is preferred, but not mandatory.

Primary Montessori Guide 2019/2020

Job Description:

  • Organized
  • Assures that each family is warmly greeted upon arrival, and each child is gradually assisted to become a part of the community. 
  • Maintains a positive, calm attitude and a pleasant, soothing voice, and models this attitude and voice for parents and others working in the environment.
  • Attends all training opportunities and staff meetings as provided and scheduled.
  • Maintains a neat, well organized, and attractive prepared environment consistent with Montessori pedagogy.
  • Participates in professional activities designated by the Head of School, which may include workshops, curriculum retreats, meetings, planning, and other professional pursuits.
  • Attends all pre-announced staff meetings and professional sessions, including staff, level, committee and, evening parent meetings.
  • Works to develop close and effective relationships with parents, including opportunities to discuss and understand the child’s individual progress; encourages them to bond with both the class and the larger school community; provides individualized tracking of student progress through Transparent Classroom a Montessori record keeping system. 
  • Follows the school’s policies and procedures for student evaluation and record keeping

Qualifications (Minimum and Preferred)

  • Associates or Bachelors
  • AMI, AMS, MACTE Primary Montessori Certification
  • 2+ years experience in an early childhood setting
  • Flexibility and an understanding of working with a diverse, inclusive community
  • Must be motivated and able to work independently as well as part of a team
  • Must be able to work the hours of the position based on the organization’s needs
  • Must complete clearance of a background check, and pre-employment physical

Substitute Positions 2019/2020

Job Description

  • Treehouse Montessori School is seeking applications for classroom substitutes:
  • Toddler (1-3-year-olds), and Primary (3-6-year-olds)
  • Classroom substitutes are responsible for the well-being of the children in the classroom as well as supporting the teacher with a variety of tasks
  • Some of these tasks include classroom organization, cleaning, playground supervision, and more
  • The substitute is principally supporting the lead teachers rather than directly teaching children. This role requires someone who is responsible, detail-oriented, and skilled with children in the classroom age group.

Qualifications (Minimum and Preferred)

  • Applicants for 1-3-year-olds and 3-6-year-olds
  • MUST hold a Colorado Early Childhood Teacher certificate, First Aid/ CPR and Universal Precautions.
  • Montessori experience is preferred, but not mandatory.

Afternoon Program Coordinator (2:45pm-5:45pm) 2019/2020 

Job Description

The primary responsibilities of the Curriculum Coordinator are:

  • Cultivate an atmosphere of reciprocal respect and support for educators at the TMS
  • Build positive relationships with educators, other school faculty and families
  • Mentor, support and collaborate with educational staff to continually deepen their thinking about teaching and learning and their ability to construct meaningful and responsive learning experiences with the children
  • Cultivate an environment that is built upon a strong image of children, families and educators with a view towards all individuals as having their own unique spark and possessing great capability and potential
  • Ensure that differentiation among children’s learning styles and emotional needs are met by classroom teachers
  • Work with teachers to fully utilize their environments as an inspiration for inquiry
  • Collaborate with teachers in creating a materials library emphasizing open-ended and natural materials
  • Work with Educators in observation and documentation of all children
  • Help make children’s learning visible
  • Support teachers in the creation of journey binders
  • Monitor and ensure that education plans and other required documentation for children and classrooms are complete (panel documentation, portfolios, conference forms, etc.)

Qualifications (Minimum and Preferred)

  • Applicants MUST hold an ECT certificate
  • Two years of experience in early childhood education
  • First Aid/ CPR and Universal Precautions.

 

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