We are looking for that special teacher to Get Onboard the STEAMboat!
If you you’d like to join this crew, please complete the application below and we will contact you for a tour and interview.
Early Childhood Education Lead Teacher and Site Supervisor
Get Onboard the STEAMboat!
Be a part of building a program that stands out from the rest! We value you, your time, your ideas, innovation, and your experience and appreciate out-of-the-box thinking. We want you to facilitate skill building and independence for the kids in your care, not work yourself to death trying to do everything for everyone.
Site Supervisor/Early Childhood Lead Teacher
MUST BE AVAILABLE NO LATER THAN 3/20/2023. Preferably 3/13/2023.
Do you want to work with preschoolers and are you looking for a program that will:
- Be a program that puts people first;
- Gives you decent hours and a living wage;
- Provides on-the-job coaching and certified training to help you develop your teaching skills;
- Gives you appreciation perks that can include: Paid time off; financial assistance for professional development and paid training; pay up to 8 hours per year for you to volunteer in your community; flex your schedule based on client needs; and a discount on tuition for your own preschooler?
We value you, your time, your ideas, innovation, and your experience and we appreciate out-of-the-box thinking, good communication, and being a team player. We want you to facilitate skill building and independence for the kids in your care, not work yourself to death trying to do everything for everyone. We also want to give you the freedom to decide what meets the needs of your individual students.
As a Lead Teacher-
- Must be at least 18yo, be current on the Practitioner Registry, an approved ECT by Montana Licensing, current A/I/C CPR and First Aid;
- Responsible for a morning and afternoon preschool class of up to 8 students each;
- Participate in monthly teaching team meetings to decide how your team wants to teach/individualize the curriculum that we provide;
- Ensure that observations and assessments are being posted for each student daily;
- Lesson plan for the monthly curriculum units.
- SpEd background or experience preferred
As a Site Supervisor-
- The Site Supervisor is responsible for setting up everything students will need to be successful within the program environment;
- Is responsible for program and curriculum supplies and for the supply budget;
- Is responsible for contacting the owner and maintenance contractors as needed and for the maintenance budget;
- Is responsible for minor/simple repairs and maintenance in the course of daily operations. Examples would include: shoveling snow off the walkway, connecting or disconnecting hoses, cleaning responsibilities (shared with other crew members), tightening screws, maintaining the wifi network and security cameras.
- Must be able to bend, twist, stand, and lift 50lbs
Straight forward job description, no making you the ‘everything person’! Best of all, you get to help make decisions about all of these things because you are helping to design the program! We view a supervisory role as a leader, motivator, positive example, good communicator, and a great listener.
- This position starts at $16 to $18/hr DOE
- Get a one-time $500 sign-on bonus after six months consecutive of employment (new hires only);
- Paid holidays and earned PTO
- Paid for annual 16 hours of professional development
- Pay up to 8 hours per year for you to volunteer in your community
- Flex your schedule based on client needs
- 15% Discount on tuition for your own preschooler
Diverse programs are enriched by many dimensions, including race, ethnicity gender, age, mental and physical ability, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, culture, language and education, as well as professional and life experience. Women, men, trans, LGBQ, all abilities, ethnicities, races, religions, ages, and cultures can be a part of this inclusive environment.