Highly Qualified and Talented Teachers
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Staff Qualities, Benefits, and Professional Qualifications
At Groton Community School, we value individuals with warmth, openness, good humor, creativity, and diverse talents. Staff are chosen for their professional qualifications, experience, and commitment to young children. We have full-time and part-time teaching staff at Groton Community School during the school year and also in our Camp Kaleidoscope summer program.
Our dedicated staff members strive to provide children and families with the best possible early childhood experiences, and we reward their professionalism and commitment with benefits and staff development opportunities. Staff benefits include personal/sick time and vacations, and tuition discounts for staff children. Staff can also take advantage of medical, dental, retirement and disability benefits. We encourage and financially assist staff to participate in staff development workshops, seminars, conferences, and coursework. We offer on-site staff training opportunities throughout the year, and generate ideas for professional development through staff collaboration and group goal setting. Staff members attend the annual conference sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Our salaries are competitive and dependent upon each individual’s training and professional experience in the field with opportunities for advancement. Staff longevity is celebrated and compensated accordingly.
Educators (Head Teachers, Teachers, and Assistant Teachers) at Groton Community School meet the qualifications of the Department of Early Education and Care and have varied educational backgrounds. Head Teachers have degrees in Education, Bachelors or Masters Degrees in a related field, or Bachelors or Masters Degrees in another field with an equivalency in Early Childhood Education. Teachers work toward the credentials of a Head Teacher. Assistant Teachers have energy, enthusiasm, and an enjoyment of young children, and also possess a desire to learn and grow in the field. All teaching staff have a solid framework in Early Childhood Education and experience gained through training and working with young children. They fully share the philosophy, goals, and values of our program. Previous experience is highly valued, but we welcome promising individuals who are new to the field.
We offer a supportive, professional, and high-quality environment, as well as competitive salary and benefits. We welcome applicants to contact us at any time so we may keep their information on file for future openings.
Seeking a Teacher for the upcoming school year in our Full Day Program. This position also entails participation in our Summer Camp program. Experience and/or Bachelor’s Degree in the field of Education is preferred. Familiarity with MA EEC and HWT, along with knowledge of NAEYC Accreditation, are a plus. We offer a supportive, professional, and high quality environment, as well as competitive salary and benefits.
Groton Community School is a nationally accredited, non-profit early childhood center for young children. We are committed to interacting with each child as a unique individual and dedicated to giving each child and his/her family the most positive first school experience. We strive to be a “community” school in every sense of the word, welcoming and embracing the community. We are a place for children and families to feel a sense of belonging, and to learn and grow together.
Send resume and cover letter to:
Linda Kosinski, Director
Groton Community School
110 Boston Road, Groton, MA 01450
Fax: (978) 448-2399