Toddler/Children’s House Program Coordinator

MSR seeks a full-time, Toddler/Children’s House Program Coordinator for the 2018-2019 school year beginning in August. Under the general direction of the Administrative team, the ideal candidate would coordinate, support and develop the Toddler/Children’s House programs for the Montessori School of Raleigh. Candidates must hold a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Education, and must have Montessori Early Childhood Credentials. This candidate should have at least 5 years of teaching experience at the Toddler or Children’s House level. This employee will be responsible for adhering to and supporting our MSR Mission and Vision. Duties and responsibilities may include:

• Work with administration to facilitate the continued support and development of the Early Learning Programs (18months-6yrs) which includes: substitute training and management, leading/facilitating collaborative Team meetings and/or planning meetings, oversight of assessment tools and progress monitoring

• Support and participate the on-going Montessori professional development, including oversight of the Professional Development tool

• Assist/mentor classroom teachers in providing an authentic Montessori program, including modeling Montessori lessons, providing training opportunities, completing observations

• Fully participate with Enrollment Management to support perspective parents and current community members for growth and attrition

• Provide and coordinate parent education opportunities regarding philosophy and Montessori methods, Child Development

• Partner with Interdisciplinary teachers to maintain rich programs that integrate Montessori philosophy and excellent educational practice

• Act as a liaison between classroom teachers, assistants, administration and other constituent groups

• Participate in school planning by completing leadership work and serving on various committees for the growth of the school

• Partner with the Student Support Team (Agility Lab) to provide strategies, tools, goals, help coordinate logistics for students who need enrichment or learning support

• Other duties as assigned by the Administrative Team

Essential qualifications: ability to organize and prioritize tasks effectively, desire to be part of a team, effective human relations skills, must be able to communicate effectively orally and in writing with administrators, parents, children, and co-workers. MSR is accredited by AMS and SACS. The school offers a strong benefit package. Please send cover letter and resume to recruitment@msr.org.