Lead Teacher

Job Code #7035
Early Childhood Education | Malden

Catholic Charities offers a sign on bonus up to $1500, for qualified candidates!

Catholic Charities Boston is seeking EEC certified Lead Teacher to join our dedicated team of diverse early childhood educators at the Malden child care program. Our programs believe in nurturing the whole child through a play based philosophy of early childhood. We are looking for teachers that can implement a developmental, engaging curriculum and are enthusiastic, team players.

Lead Teacher candidates must have an Associates degree or be working towards a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood or a related field of experience. Knowledge of NAEYC accreditation and required standards including DEEC Lead Teacher certification is necessary.

Teacher candidates must have CDA or be working towards an Associates degree in Early Childhood or related field. Knowledge of NAEYC accreditation and required standards including DEEC Teacher certification is necessary.

Catholic Charities provides eligible employees with:
A friendly team oriented environment; Onsite paid professional development training; A comprehensive benefits package including medical and dental insurance; A flexible spending plan; Retirement savings; Cell phone discount with eligible plans; 12 paid holidays, personal days and 3 weeks of accrued paid vacation after completing a year of service; Teachers are paid on an hourly rate and will be paid over time when hours exceed 40/week ; Plenty of free parking

Catholic Charities is a non-profit organization that has diverse, family friendly centers throughout the Greater Boston area.  Positions are available immediately in Malden, Lynn, Jamaica Plain, South Boston, and Peabody.  Join a team of professionals that are interested in providing quality care in a congenial work environment!

Visit us at www.ccab.org to learn more about our programs and locations.
Please submit your letter of interest and resume to:
Please reference job # 7035 in the subject line.

Thursday, March 1, 2018 - 9:45am