Upper Elementary Support Teacher

Greenville Montessori School
Published
May 13, 2024
Category
Job Type
Experience Requirements
The ideal candidate will have at least 2-3 years of classroom experience and is familiar with teaching methods that embrace the following pedagogical approaches: hands-on learning, experiential learning, inquiry and project-based learning, collaboration, and community outreach 
Work Hours
7:45 - 3:15 pm
Street Address
822 Laurie Ellis Rd

Description

Greenville Montessori School seeks a positive, hard-working, and caring educator to co-teach in our Upper Elementary class of nine-to-twelve-year-olds. We are open to bringing on both those who have experience working in Montessori settings and those who are eager to learn, as we believe in the power of diverse perspectives and continuous growth.

Greenville Montessori School (GMS) is a 42-year-old, non-profit, independent school serving students from three through twelve years of age. Our mission is to create a diverse Montessori environment that provides the freedom and opportunity for each individual child to reach their full potential, and to foster excitement for learning within a safe and nurturing community. Our community is built on the values of respect, collaboration, and lifelong learning. We offer the opportunity to work with a supportive team of dedicated educators in an authentic Montessori environment with a diverse and nurturing community.

This full-time position begins in August of 2024 and comes with a comprehensive benefits package that includes health insurance, a retirement plan, and professional development opportunities. Compensation is commensurate with experience. Interested candidates, please email your resume and letter of interest to Lesley Byrne, Head of School, at lbyrne@greenvillemontessori.com

Greenville Montessori School is a member of the American Montessori Society and the International Montessori Council.

Qualifications

Certification through an accredited Montessori training center preferred

Skills

The right candidate should possess wisdom, dedication, high integrity, good judgment, the ability to work as part of the teaching team, and enthusiasm for lifelong learning. We seek individuals who have a deep respect for children, a value that is at the core of our school, and possess classroom management and communication skills that nurture self-discipline and confidence in young students, a crucial aspect of our educational approach. 

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