Employment Opportunities

Montessori Toddler Co-Lead Teacher- New Children’s House Montessori School is seeking an experienced and innovative educator for a full-time co-lead position in our Toddler classroom for the 2021-22 school year. The ideal candidate will hold an AMS Montessori Toddler Teacher certification and 1+ years of experience teaching and working with children, preferably in a Montessori environment. S/he will exhibit a positive, optimistic attitude; collaborate effectively with his/her co-lead teaching partner, treat all students in a fair and equitable manner and communicate effectively with parents, colleagues, and the community.

Located in picturesque Camden, Maine, Children’s House Montessori School’s mission is to provide an educational culture that respects the child’s innate desire to learn. Our school fosters curiosity, creativity and critical thinking while preparing each child to be a thoughtful, independent, and compassionate global citizen. In all that we do, Children's House Montessori School honors the tenets of respect, scholarship, fellowship, and environmental sustainability. Please visit our website at https://www.camdenmontessori.org/

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

Curriculum, Materials, and Classroom Management

1. Presenting consistent and individual group lessons to the students and supporting each child’s direction and success.

2. Working with students of varying abilities assigned to the classroom, including those with learning exceptionalities, as well as attending meetings to support children who require it.

3. Preparing the Montessori classroom environment to meet the students’ needs and interests.

Parent Education, Meetings, and Conferences

1. Assisting in the development of and participating in school functions, including but not limited to open houses, orientation meetings, parent education, and school-wide activities.

2. Preparing documents and reports necessary to facilitate parent-teacher conferences or other meetings requested by parents or school administration.

Record-Keeping and Data Assessment

1. Maintaining student records, reports, evaluations, inventories, and tests.

2. Preparing student progress reports and assessment reports as required by administration.

Working  with Teaching Colleagues

1. Collaborate daily with your co-lead and the classroom assistant, and provide direction for classroom maintenance, classroom management, and students’ academic and social progress.

2. Provide guidance in data collection tools as well as Montessori philosophy.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references (written or contact information) describing your experience and qualification to director@camdenmontessori.org.

Posted 9/15/21

Montessori Early Childhood Lead Teacher Winfield Children's House is seeking a teacher with a Montessori 3-6 credential to Lead or Co-Lead one of our Preschool/Kindergarten Classrooms. The position requires a thoughtful, nurturing, conscientious teacher who has worked with young children, preferably in a Montessori school. The successful candidate should be inspired to teach, organized, self-directed, have good writing skills, and enjoy being part of a team. Winfield is located in Falmouth, Maine. Recently celebrating its 30th anniversary, Winfield serves approximately 100 students from 16 months- 6 years. We have two Toddler and four Early Childhood classrooms. Winfield has a full-time Outdoor Educator and Art teacher on staff.




Winfield offers a competitive compensation and benefits package, commensurate with experience. The position is full-time and can be year-round by teaching in the Summer Arts and Sciences Program.

Please submit resume and cover letter to Michelle Vogel, Head of School at winfieldhouse@maine.rr.com

Re-Posted 8/17/21

Head of School Kennebec Montessori School is seeking an Head of School for the 2021-22 academic year while we conduct an institutional assessment and a thoughtful search for new administrative leadership. We are seeking a seasoned school administrator who is able to move quickly to support the start of the academic year. The Head of School is accountable to ensure KMS is an educationally vibrant, fiscally solvent, visible community organization. The Head of School reports to the Board of Directors and s/he carries out the policies and procedures established by the Board of Directors and acts within the financial policy set by that body. Within these parameters, the Head oversees a staff of 18+ people providing leadership and support; serves as the face of KMS to the community and donors; orchestrates external relations; and supervises business operations.


Knowledge, Skill and Abilities Desired:

Additional Information:

Please submit a cover letter and resume (in one file) to board@kennebecmontessori.org with “Head of School” in the subject line. No calls please.

Posted 7/14/21