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Childpeace Montessori School Children's House Clubroom Guide


Portland, OR


April 2024




Children’s House Clubroom Guide

Childpeace Montessori School is seeking a Children’s House Clubroom Guide to work in our Children’s House program for 3- to 6-year-olds. The schedule Monday through Friday, 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

The Clubroom Guide assists in implementing a Montessori approach to learning, preparing the environment for the children, and supporting the safety and relationships of children. Specifically, they will prepare and lead the room where napping and aftercare take place, adjacent to the morning classrooms. The Clubroom Guide will also supervise a Clubroom Assistant, collaborate with classroom Guides regarding development of each child, and connect with parents.

This position is ideal for those who are currently working on or have recently completed an AMI diploma.

This individual must register with Oregon Department of Education Early Learning Division, Central Background Registry prior to hire.

About Childpeace:

Our staff work with hundreds of toddlers through adolescents in their educational journey every year. Childpeace’s classrooms offer a beautiful, vibrant environment in northwest Portland three blocks from the Willamette River near several urban parks, walking trails, and restaurants. Our school is located within several blocks of major bike and bus routes with many staff commuting by bike and bus. Childpeace supports our staff with a competitive salary structure and benefits package, a program rooted in AMI standards, a commitment to professional development, beautiful and well equipped classroom environments, strong administrative support, and a dynamic working community of Montessori professionals. Childpeace values responsibility, educational excellence, love of learning, sustainability, and equity as important characteristics of our learning community. We strongly encourage applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds, particularly those from historically underrepresented groups, whose personal and professional experiences will help us work toward our vision to shape the future of our world through the cultivation of inquisitive minds and socially responsible young citizens.

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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