Support Primary School Montessori Teacher
The Children’s House School
Lower Kilmacud Road, Stillorgan, Co Dublin, A94 P499
Closing Date: 17th December
Contact: email@example.com, +353 (0)1 288 0417
One of our clients is seeking to recruit a Support Primary School Montessori Teacher to work in a Private School in South County Dublin, teaching children between the ages of 6-12. This is a wonderful opportunity for a motivated and passionate Montessori teacher to join a team of dedicated educators, who are passionate about the Montessori model of teaching, and have created a warm, nurturing and supportive environment, that continues to promote creativity and learning at the same time.
This position is available immediately and will initially be until the end of the school year in June 2019, however it may be a longer-term opportunity depending on student numbers.
It is critical that you have experience of teaching and working with children in the age of 3-6 or 6-12 years, are Montessori qualified to the QQI Level 7/8 qualification in Montessori Education and have AMI or St. Nicholas Montessori College training certification or equivalent.
Normal working hours: 08:30am-13:30pm.
- Support providing a nurturing and stimulating environment to facilitate children’s growth, exploration and participation.
- Monitor and track children’s progress on an ongoing basis.
- Prepare and deliver lesson plans.
- Support helping and encouraging children in all their efforts, developing self- confidence and inner discipline.
- Deal with any issues that arise in the classroom, complying with School rules and regulations.
- Ensure confidentiality and trust building.
- Develop strategies to guide positive children’s behaviour.
- Maintain a clean and safe classroom environment for children, providing an atmosphere of calm, order and joy in the classroom.
Your skills and capabilities:
- You will bring enthusiasm and energy to the position.
- Be a good observer, guiding children in the right direction
- You will be a strong team player, work collaboratively, support building a positive environment for children to grow in
- Have great communication skills, have the ability to communicate in a professional and straightforward manor, while building relationships of trust and respect.
- Have fantastic organisational skills with the ability to work on own initiative.
- Be an innovative thinker and motivator.
- Have a kind and nurturing disposition.
- Be motivated and love working with children.
- Fluency in spoken and written English is really important.