Primary & Elementary Guides

Pullman Community Montessori (PCM)
April 7, 2021
Job Type
$44,199 - $78,207 based on experience and credentials
Street Address
115 NW State St
Address Line 2
Suite 212


Be the change you want to see in education!

$12K Moving Incentive!

Pullman Community Montessori (PCM), A PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL, is seeking Montessori credentialed primary and elementary Guides (2 primary, 1 lower elementary, 1 upper elementary).

Why consider joining the PCM team:

Unwavering commitment to Educators

  • Competitive pay with great health and retirement benefits!
  • Each guide will be supported by a full-time Montessori trained assistant who will also be provided interventionalist training and professional development.
  • Grow professionally through support from a full-time Montessori Coach and over 30 days of dedicated high-quality personalized professional development and collaboration time.
  • No requirement for dual roles: Guides will not be asked to teach remote and online classes.
  • Grow your tool kit in meeting the needs of all learners through support from a full-time Special Educator hired and employed by PCM.
  • Benefit from strategic partnerships:
    • NCMPS (National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector), an organization that grows and sustains Montessori in the public sector with a focus on equity and access.
    • TSS Place Network (Teton Science Schools), providing support in building a strong “Going Out” program for elementary students to connect them to the Pullman community and real-world project creation.
    • PMA (Public Montessori in Action), supporting PCM in employment of a fully integrated multi-tiered system of support that employs both Child Study and the Nautilus behavioral approach.

Great location!

  • Pullman exhibits a small town feel with big town amenities and options. Home to Washington State University and 8 miles from Moscow, Idaho, home of the University of Idaho.
  • Enjoy increased community diversity and international celebrations attributed to being a University town.
  • Benefit from a multiplicity of resources with 2 major Universities within a 8-mile radius: libraries, museums, lab and greenhouse tours, science center, cultural center, performing arts center, jazz festival, farmers markets, community gardens, symphony, lentil festival, connected bike paths, and more.
  • Enjoy access to great parks and outdoor recreation opportunities!
  • Safe community with a low cost of living compared to much of Washington State.

Visit our website to learn more, view the full position description, and APPLY.  Have questions: call (509) 336-5909 or email

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