Do you have a love for helping children learn? We are the best early childhood program in the area and we only hire the best! The people we hire have a genuine love for young children and a commitment to quality early childhood education. We are always looking to add career-driven, passionate, energetic, positive, honest, and fun people to our team. If you are one of these people, we would love to meet you!
The position we are currently looking to fill:
-Full-Time Toddler Assistant Teacher
Our goal is to provide the highest quality programs for children possible. We also work towards providing the highest quality work environment for our teachers. The Nook Daycare is an individualized learning experience where children, parents, and teachers grow together to instill children with a love of learning. Ideally, we are seeking candidates with a degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field. Child Care experience is also a valuable asset. Experience working with the Creative and Reggio Emilia curriculums is a must! Preference is given to persons with experience in a licensed early childhood center as well as applicants having Early Childhood Education. For those seeking a career in ECE, we work towards providing opportunities for growth and advancement. In order to be considered, you must email a copy of your resume and transcripts. We look forward to meeting you!
The Top 5 Reasons to Work for The Nook Daycare 2!
-The Nook is more than a company; it's a family! Since we only hire the best, you'll only be working with the best!
-Our teachers work in bright, spacious, and beautiful learning environments.
-We maintain a highly supportive work environment. We value our teachers, administrators, and employees as highly as we value our students and their families!
-Our full-time staff enjoy benefits that include health insurance, vacation and sick time, child care discounts, 401k, and paid professional development hours.
-You'll have the opportunity to make a profound difference in the lives of children!
Our Montessori School located in downtown Chicago has a part-time/full-time (5-8 hours/day, 5 days/week (M-F)) opening for Assistant Montessori Teachers for our 0-3 year old classroom!
This is an excellent opportunity for those interested in teaching in a high quality Montessori environment.
For Assistant Teachers:
Montessori Experience of any kind is a plus but not required.
Experience working and/or caring for toddlers in some capacity is required
If you are interested in working with children in a beautiful learning environment with a warm and caring staff, please submit your resume for consideration.
Located steps from downtown Chicago in the historic Dearborn Station at Polk and Dearborn, South Loop Montessori School is a private Montessori School. We are an AMS Full-Member School and affiliated with three esteemed, suburban Chicago Montessori Schools; Northbrook Montessori School, Lincolnshire Montessori School and The Grove Montessori School. Our mission is to foster an enriching and challenging educational environment where each child is encouraged to grow to his or her fullest academic, emotional and social potential. We are seeking teachers who will strive, along with other team members, to implement and achieve such an environment so that a consistent Montessori framework for learning is developed, thus educating the full human capacity of each student.
Please visit our website at: www.southloopmontessori.org
Cheder Lubavitch Hebrew Day School is a religious Jewish private school, grades K-8, whose goal is to create a nurturing, child-centered, value-oriented environment dedicated to academic excellence. Our class sizes are small, averaging 16 students. Our mission in the General Studies department is for our students to become life-long learners - successful, productive and independent members of society, who love to learn, are eager to learn, and recognize and demonstrate the synthesis between educational and spiritual values.
We seek qualified, experienced elementary teachers, who are able to create, implement and assess meaningful lessons for our students, meet curricular goals and effectively manage their classrooms. We seek candidates who are passionate about teaching and who are willing to work with students, parents and other staff in our uniquely close-knit school community.
Positions are available to fill immediate vacancies.
Candidates must have a degree or certificate in Education. Formal classroom teaching experience and endorsements in content area are preferred. Due to COVID-19 and uncertainty that presents to the 2020-21 teaching model, candidates who have experience teaching both in the classroom and virtually are preferred. Candidates need not be Jewish. Candidates must be authorized to work in the United States.
Our school's doors are open for live instruction, following CDC guidelines, and in compliance with all state and local laws. We have a robust COVID plan to ensure the safety of everyone in our school, and to continue learning should the need arise to go remote.
As our students study Judaics in the mornings, this Secular Studies position is available for afternoons only, from 11:45-4:15pm.
The owners of Bright Beginnings Early Learning Center believe that successful childcare begins with empowered teachers. As a locally-owned and non-franchise center with a strong connection to our neighborhood, we seek a special kind of teacher, one who thrives in a collaborative atmosphere united by its passion while encouraging creativity and the strengths of each individual. We provide our teachers with the support, resources, and encouragement necessary to tap into their own creativity and share it with others. Applicants should possess a sincere passion for working with children, as well as a willingness to collaborate and constantly evolve. With a strong, tight-knit staff, we foster an atmosphere of warmth and constant support, providing teachers with individual attention and room for professional growth. No teacher is isolated, and input is not only encouraged but highly desired. By fostering close relationships with staff, parents, and the community, we've stayed true to our mission of holistic growth and have had assistant teachers advance into lead positions.
Here's how we show our devotion: competitive wages, accrued sick-leave, PAID time-off, mental health days, PAID holidays and tuition reimbursement for ECE classes! We also provide FREE telehealth services, including physician and mental health appointments.
Lead and Assistant Teachers to work in our center (ages 6 weeks to 3 years)
HIRING ASAP! Check us out online and read about all we are doing to keep the children and staff safe!
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:
Assist Special Education Teacher in providing academic and independent living skills’ instruction, developmental activities and daily care of visually impaired and severe-profound children during the school day under the immediate supervision of teacher, with guidance from Sr. Director of Educational Services.
· Follow guidelines, goals and activities established for each child by teacher.
· Assist with physical and socialization needs of children.
· Assist children in activities of daily living -- toileting, feeding, personal hygiene, dressing and diapering.
· Assist in general orientation and mobility and exercises under the direction of appropriate staff (Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Orientation & Mobility Instructor).
· Participate with children on field trips and swimming activities, observing and guarding against accidents.
· Observe and assist in completing monthly reports regarding children’s behavior and development for permanent file.
· Participate in staff meetings and assist in interpreting the program to parents and guests.
· Attend curriculum and in-service meetings.
· Exhibit constant concern for child’s well-being and safety at all times on agency premises.
· Assist in keeping classrooms clean and orderly.
· Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
The Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired is an Equal Opportunity Employer in full compliance with local, state, and federal Civil Rights & Affirmative Action laws. The Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired maintains a strong policy of accommodation and a consistent practice of employing qualified individuals with disabilities. All applicants will be afforded equal employment opportunity without discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin or ancestry, citizenship status, age, physical or mental disability unrelated to ability, sexual orientation, military status, order of protection status or unfavorable discharge from military service.
Wright Graduate University is looking for an E-learning Curriculum Specialist and Research/Teaching Assistant for innovative graduate programs in leadership, coaching, SEI, and business! We are a non-profit organization that is looking for a unique individual to support our Chief Academic Officer and the curriculum development team during an exciting evolution of our courses and programs -- from hybrid residential and distance learning to 100% online, self-paced, on-demand experiences that are both high-touch and high-tech.
If you would enjoy finding the latest and greatest research and media on concepts in psychology, neuroscience, learning theory, coaching and leadership and being part of the team that packages them into highly impactful, practically-applied graduate education programs, this may be the position for you. You must be flexible in your thinking; systems-minded and detail-oriented; able to take a quick briefing from a busy executive leader and run independently with their direction, keeping them abreast of progress and any issues that arise; and willing to roll up your sleeves and work on anything from making sure syllabi include correctly-formatted citations to assessing whether students met the program objectives in last quarter’s coursework.
Exciting opportunity for a creative academic to get involved in content creation, media production, and launching a transformative, existing program to its next level. Your responsibilities would include: collaborate closely with the CAO and colleagues across the organization on research agendas and management of courses, establish and maintain systems for documenting curriculum, curate resources for inclusion into coursework, assist with grading- and assessment-related tasks, and provide operational oversight of student reports and professional development activities with faculty.
***College degree required, Master's degree preferred.
How to Apply: In an effort to set up prospective employees to succeed in our fast-paced environment, we ask that you a few assessments. The system also asks that you upload a resume. Some assessments are timed, so make sure you have arranged to be distraction-free. You will need approximately 20 minutes to complete the tests, which must be done in one sitting.
When you are ready, please visit: https://www.ondemandassessment.com/link/index/JB-2EM2RX9CY?u=16958
Note: Assessments must be completed for consideration.
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Good luck and we look forward to hearing from you!