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Wednesday
Mar042009

Teacher Position Opening in Portland, Oregon

Founded in 1964, Providence Montessori School is the oldest school in the northwest. We have an opening for one A.M.I. lower elementary guide for the 2009-10 school year, providing a dynamic opportunity to participate in building our first elementary program. You could join our team of dedicated A.M.I. certified staff, currently guiding a vibrant program of 7 primary classrooms serving 140 children ages 2 1/2 - 6 years of age.

Our school is located in Portland, Oregon, a green eco-friendly city situated between the beautiful beaches and mountains known for its natural beauty and livability. As a member of the Providence team, you will work in a mission-driven environment that encourages diversity and personal growth and fosters our core values of Respect, Compassion, Justice, Excellence, and Stewardship.

Providence is committed to the A.M.I. Montessori philosophy. The ideal candidate must be ready to assume the undertaking of a start-up lower elementary classroom, demonstrating initiative, leadership, classroom management and organizational skills. In addition, the ability to problem solve, communicate effectively with parents, children, staff and parent advisory board is needed. The position requires a B.A., A.M.I elementary certification and at least three years experience. Other requirements are listed on our website. We offer a competitive salary package including comprehensive benefits and perks.

If you are interested please apply (and attach resume) online at http://www.providence.org/careers, Job #45895.

For more information feel free to contact Karen Ito, Recruiter, at 503-215-7410 (direct) or 1-877-564-6747 (ask for Karen) or Karen.Ito@providence.org.

Also posted at:https://pnma.org/employment.htm

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