Interested candidates should submit a resume and 3 professional references to Stonebrook via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stonebrook Montessori is seeking dedicated primary and elementary trained teachers with a passion for public Montessori. Ideal candidates will be motivated to serve an urban population in an ambitious public-charter school in Cleveland, Ohio.
Stonebrook Montessori opened in 2015 and currently serves almost 200 children in 4 primary classes, 3 lower elementary classes, and 1 upper elementary class. We are in the early stages of planning the adolescent program that we will grow in 2020. We are committed to fullyimplemented Montessori environments, a focus on equity and diverse learning needs, and a significant connection to the community and natural surroundings. We strive to produce transformative outcomes through engaging in scientific pedagogy needed to meet the developmental needs of our urban children and their families.
If you have a pioneering spirit, enjoy creating collaboratively, and are moved by the vision of social change through education, please consider joining our team of like-minded and experienced colleagues. Salaries are commensurate with experience and are competitive.
Please note that preference will be given to applicants with experience in urban communities and/or Montessori in the public sector. Send cover letter and resume to Jacqui Miller, Principal, at email@example.com.
Stonebrook Montessori is seeking a hard-working, reliable elementary classroom assistant for the 2018-19 school year. The school is located in a renovated historic building in Glenville and serves Cleveland’s children in high-fidelity Montessori classroom environments. We are an urban public charter school, striving to produce transformative outcomes for children and families.
A classroom assistant is responsible for supporting the teacher in the classroom, which requires attention to detail, good communication skills, a positive attitude, and respect for children and adult co-workers. This is a full-time position, in a multi-age, interdisciplinary Montessori classroom, working with children in 1st-3rd grades. The ideal candidate is a creative, flexible life-long learner who is committed to meeting the needs of every child in a collaborative and inclusive environment, and who believes all children are worthy of access to a high quality Montessori education. Montessori experience and/or experience working in a trauma informed environment with children who have behavioral and/or learning differences will be given priority.
If you are a motivated, energetic, thoughtful educator who believes in the Montessori approach to education, consider joining our team! Please send your resume and cover letter, and indicate your availability to Jacqui Miller, Principal, at 216-644-3012 or firstname.lastname@example.org.