Vivvi is looking for passionate, assistant teachers to serve as floaters at our campuses. The assistant teacher will help implement Vivvi's inquiry-based curriculum and provide world-class care alongside seasoned faculty.

We are seeking innovative, team-oriented teachers who:

  • Have flexible schedules and can report to our three campuses on an as-needed basis
  • See themselves as learners and researchers alongside children
  • Are careful observers of children
  • Have the ability to create trusting relationships with children, families and other colleagues
  • Practice progressive educational philosophies
  • Have experience in an urban setting
  • Have strong oral and written communication skills

Qualifications:

Infant/Toddler Programs (6 weeks to 2 years old)

  • An Associates Degree or Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education or a similar field
  • At least two years working with young children
  • CPR and First Aid certification or willingness to obtain

Preschool Programs (2 years old – 5 years old)

  • A Master’s Degree in early childhood or child development with New York State Initial or Permanent Early Childhood Certification in N-6 or B-2 or
  • A Bachelor’s Degree in early childhood education or related field with New York State Early Childhood Initial or Permanent Certification or in a work study program or
  • A college degree in an appropriate human service area or education field (i.e.: psychology, special education, social work) including some courses in child development with willingness to obtain initial Early Childhood Certification
  • At least two years working with children
  • CPR and First Aid certification or willingness to obtain

Benefits:

  • Investment in your growth and skill development as an educator
  • Being a part of a wide network of educators who embody the same educational spirit and mindset

Schedule:

  • Mondays-Fridays from 11am-7pm.

To be considered, applicants must be based or willing to relocate to NY. Candidates must also be legally authorized to work in the US or possess independent work authorization.

We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion or religious creed, mental or physical disability, medical condition, genetic information, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital status, military or veteran status, or other characteristics protected by state or federal law or local ordinance.

One of Vivvi’s values is to treat each other with honor for the whole person (not just the roles we fulfill). This means we acknowledge each others’ rich experience, cultures, backgrounds, perspectives, and skills to reach the best outcomes. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Questions? Reach out to us at hr@vivvi.co and include your resume. We look forward to receiving your application!

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