Website Ami USA
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply for the position of the ADOLESCENT MATH GUIDE, however, candidates with superior teamwork skills will be given priority. New vacancies are expected to be filled soon, therefore, apply online at the Ami USA website as soon as possible.
Organization: Ami USA
Location: Portland, OR
Childpeace Montessori seeks an Adolescent Math Guide to join our established Metro Montessori Middle School (MMM) team beginning August 2019.
The ideal candidate is a mathematics educator with at least two years of classroom experience at the middle school or high school level, strong communication, collaboration and problem-solving skills, and experience serving diverse learning needs. Candidates should hold a minimum of a B.A. and should either have completed or be willing to complete the AMI Montessori Orientation to Adolescence (school sponsored, takes place summer 2019) prior to beginning of the school year. Valid Oregon teaching credentials are a plus, as are AMI Elementary Training and/or Spanish language proficiency. Candidates will be considered based on specialization area, skill set and curriculum experience. A passion for working with the adolescent age group is a must.
This is a salaried, exempt teaching position with full-time hours throughout the school year. The wage range begins at $50,000 on a gross annual basis, depending on experience and need for further training.
Interested applicants are invited to email a cover letter describing how your skills and experience qualifies you for this position, a current resume, and two references to [email protected] No phone calls, please.
All offers of employment are contingent upon successfully passing a criminal background clearance and will include fingerprinting.
Childpeace Montessori School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, physical or mental ability, or any other status protected under local, state or federal laws in the admission of otherwise qualified students or in the administration of its educational policies or programs, hiring, or employment practices.