Careers

Throughout the year, the School has an expressed interest in meeting teachers who wish to join our community.

For more information about our available positions, please contact Paul Horovitz, Head of School at .

When we are seeking a new professional to join our faculty, we will contact those qualified candidates who have introduced themselves to us and expressed an interest in a career at Harborlight.

As a laboratory school for Montessori teacher education, we are committed to the continuous improvement of our diverse faculty and staff and create a warm and welcoming environment for new teachers to learn with us.

Our goal is to attract world-class faculty to enrich the educational experience of our curious and highly motivated students. Harborlight Montessori is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse faculty committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from all candidates. It is our policy to be fair and impartial in employment and all employment-related decisions without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, disability, marital, and military status.

Opportunities

 

 

Montessori Infant & Toddler Teacher

Immediate

We are looking for a warm, caring, flexible teacher to join our faculty community.

Harborlight is dedicated to providing an authentic, high-quality Montessori infant and toddler experience for children ages 4 months to 3 years old. This teacher role will support all five Montessori classrooms in the infant & toddler program.

Minimum qualifications include experience working with children ages 0-3 years in a group environment. EEC Infant & Toddler Teacher qualification preferred. Familiar with Montessori approach to education or experience working in a Montessori environment preferred. Ability to start as soon as possible.

To apply for this position please submit cover letter, professional resume, transcripts, and 3 written letters of recommendation.

Contact:

Elizabeth Stone, Director of Infant & Toddler Education

Harborlight Montessori, 243 Essex Street, Beverly 01915

P: 978.922.1008

 

Teachers & Assistant Teachers

Seasonal Summer Faculty Position

Arts & Adventure at Harborlight Montessori provides a balance of enrichment in the arts and adventure off-campus. With our thematic approach to summer curriculum, teachers have the freedom to be creative in their planning for summer experiences and workshops with children as well as spontaneously responding to the student’s personal interests and passions.

Harborlight seeks both Teachers and Assistant Teachers during this 8-week summer program schedule. Flexibility for full and part-time hours and weeks off in advance. Positions available in levels: Children’s House (ages 2.9-5) and Elementary (ages 6 -12 years).

To apply for this position please submit cover letter, professional resume, transcripts, and 3 written letters of recommendation.

Contact:

Katie Oberlander, Director of Performing Arts

Harborlight Montessori, 243 Essex Street, Beverly 01915

P: 978.922.1008

Substitute Teacher (all levels)

Our substitute teachers are responsible for managing the classroom environment and providing instruction in the absence of one of the classroom teachers. Substitute teachers are scheduled in an on-call basis and also scheduled in advanced. To apply for this position, please send a cover letter, resume, three written letters of recommendation and transcripts to the attention of: Paul Horovitz, Head of School.

Become a Montessori Teacher

Montessori Institute – New England, our on-campus Montessori Teacher Education Program, is seeking qualified applicants to join our 2016 cohort for Infant & Toddler or Early Childhood certification. For more information go to www.mi-ne.org or contact Rachel McAlpine, Director MI-NE, at .

Other

We are interested in hearing from you. If you are a Montessori teacher and have an interest in being a part of this vibrant learning community in the future, you may submit your resume and cover letter to the attention of: Paul Horovitz, Head of School.