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Childpeace Montessori Toddler After School Community Guide (Beginning June 2024)

LOCATION:

Portland, OR

START DATE:

June 2024

DATE POSTED:

3/15/24

ABOUT THE POSITION:

Childpeace Montessori School is seeking a Toddler After School Community Guide. The Toddler After School Community Guide position is hourly, non-exempt, working from 10:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Monday – Friday, and is benefit-eligible (medical, dental, and vision insurance).

Our ideal Toddler After School Community Guide candidate has an AMI Assistants to Infancy diploma and experience working with children 14 months to 3 years old. This position is a wonderful opportunity, also, for someone working towards their AMI diploma. The Toddler After School Community Guide collaborates with our two highly experienced Toddler Community Guides in order to meet the children's needs in the mid- to late-afternoon hours. The Toddler After School Community Guide is responsible for:

• Planning and presenting activities for children enrolled in the aftercare program

• Playground supervision

• Support of individual children

• Preparation and maintenance of the aftercare environment

We are looking for candidates who:

• enjoy being with 1- and 2-year-olds

• are consistent and calm

• are eager to learn from a Montessori-trained lead teacher

• enjoy detailed preparations of the room for the safety and engagement of the children

Childpeace Montessori School is the only AMI recognized school to offer toddler, primary and elementary programs in one convenient downtown Portland location. We also have a middle school program operating adjacent to our Northwest campus. The majority of our administrative staff work out of our main downtown campus in a convenient spot for coffee, urban parks, and beautiful walking trails.

Childpeace values responsibility, educational excellence, love of learning, sustainability, and equity as important characteristics of our learning environment. Candidates with diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply so we can best learn and grow together while supporting each child’s educational journey.

Childpeace embraces the value diversity brings to our community. Childpeace does not discriminate in its hiring employment practices on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, gender (including pregnancy), gender identity, sexual orientation, a disability that can reasonably be accommodated, age, veteran status, marital status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status. This policy applies to all personnel actions, including recruitment, hiring, training, transfer, promotion and demotion, compensation and benefits, evaluation, discipline, and termination. We expect all Childpeace employees to conform to both the letter and the spirit of all laws governing nondiscrimination and equal employment opportunity. You are encouraged to bring questions or concerns about discrimination to the attention of the human resources manager. You can raise concerns and make reports in good faith without fear of reprisal. All reports of discrimination will be investigated promptly in as confidential a manner as possible.

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