A career at Guidepost Montessori is unlike any other – join a team of passionate educators and mission-driven individuals who aims to mainstream and transform Montessori education globally. 

Why Guidepost Montessori?

We are a growing family of schools and we believe it gives us a unique advantage to provide our team a wide range of resources and support to enhance their own careers goals and aspirations:

  • Tailored professional development opportunities that is pedagogically uncompromising combined with classroom practice
  • Global mobility and priority placement opportunities in our growing network of close to 30 schools in the U.S., China and Europe
  • Professional growth opportunities within each school and our organization

Role Overview

We are opening a new school in the heart of Shanghai’s Jing’an District, and we’re looking for a passionate, caring, adaptable Assistant Guide (Teacher) to support our toddler classroom.

Qualifications

  • Fluent English speaker
  • Experience working with toddlers in a group care setting
  • Passion for or desire to learn the Montessori method of education
  • Ability to work well with other adults
  • Growth mindset and problem-solving approach
  • Ability to embrace and exemplify Guidepost Montessori Core Values
  • Possess or Qualify for a China Work Visa (details in application)

Benefits 

At Guidepost Montessori China, you will enjoy the following benefits:

  • Relocation assistance to move to Shanghai
  • Competitive salary commensurate with experience
  • Montessori teacher certification through Guidepost Montessori affiliated Prepared Montessorian training center
  • Ongoing professional development and mentorship
  • Global placement opportunities including priority placement upon return to the U.S. or any of our global campuses
  • Housing allowance and annual flight allowance for travel home
  • Medical insurance
  • Sponsored work visa
  • Generous 75% tuition discount for up to two children at any Guidepost Montessori school

What we offer:

  • Ongoing professional development
  • A network of supportive peers and mentors who regularly share best practices
  • Career growth and promotion opportunities
  • A competitive salary
  • Health, dental, and vision insurance
  • Paid time off and paid holidays
  • 75% tuition discount for two children at any school in our network (we serve children 3 months through 12th grade)
  • The opportunity to contribute to a high-quality Montessori program that serves the individual needs of each child

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