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Substitute Positions 2018/2019 school year

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.

Pay and Benefits offered

Our competitive pay is based on experience. Benefits include vacation accrual, sick pay, holiday pay, professional development, tuition benefits, insurance benefits (Vision, dental, life, short-term), Simple-IRA benefits, incentives throughout the school year, etc.

Reggio Emilia afternoon Program Coordinator April 2018 

Job Description

The primary responsibilities of the Curriculum Coordinator are:
• cultivate an atmosphere of reciprocal respect and support for educators at the THMS • 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, have two years experience in a Reggio Emilia program, First Aid/ CPR and Universal Precautions.

Pay and Benefits offered

Our competitive pay is based on experience. Benefits include vacation accrual, sick pay, holiday pay, professional development, tuition benefits, insurance benefits (Vision, dental, life, short-term), Simple-IRA benefits, incentives throughout the school year, etc.

AMS/MACTE Toddler Guide Fall of 2018 

Job Description

• Promotes parent-child bonding and nurturing parent-child relationships. • Promotes feelings of security and trust in infants and toddlers. • Greets toddlers and their parents warmly and with enthusiasm each morning. • Assures that: each toddler is warmly greeted upon arrival, and each child is gradually assisted to become a part of the community. • Tends to children’s personal hygiene needs, remaining especially attentive to them during routines such as diaper changing, cleaning, feeding, and changing soiled or wet clothes.  • Maintains a safe, clean, caregiving environment, practices good personal hygiene and hand washing, and assures the well-being and safety of all of the children in that environment. • 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.  • Follows the school’s policies and procedures for student evaluation and record keeping, meeting all due dates as required; includes the administration of standardized tests (if applicable).

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 preferred. AMS/MACTE credential preferred

Pay and Benefits offered

Our competitive pay is based on experience. Benefits include vacation accrual, sick pay, holiday pay, professional development, tuition benefits, insurance benefits (Vision, dental, life, short-term), Simple-IRA benefits, incentives throughout the school year, etc.

 

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