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Employment Opportunities

Here is a list of the different positions we have available. A list of benefits is at the bottom of this page:


Teacher for Infants and Toddlers

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare planning and implement a daily lesson plan
  • Teaching circle time
  • Supervising up to 9 children ages from 7 weeks to 2.8 years old
  • Regular communication with each child's parent, including providing critical information about the child's day
  • The teacher is expected to serve lunch and snacks
  • Supervise naptime, as well as outdoor time and help with minor upkeep of the Center
  • The teacher will also be responsible for keeping rooms decorated and inviting for the children
  • Develop curriculum and lesson plans for his/her classroom
  • The teacher must ensure the safety and welfare of each child at our Center, including providing the highest quality care and supporting the goals and objectives of our Center.

Requirements:

Qualified teacher for infants and toddlers must possess a license from the Department of Early Childhood Education and Care (EEC). The teacher applicants for MCCC must possess the ability to work well with children, their parents, and other employees, including having effective communication skills, both in English and Spanish. Employees must be caring, compassionate, and friendly, with interest in early childhood education. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and have a high school degree or equivalent.


Preschool Teacher

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare planning and implement a daily lesson plan
  • Teaching circle time
  • Supervising up to 9 children ages from 2.9 up to 7 years old
  • Regular communication with each child's parent, including providing critical information about the child's day
  • The teacher is expected to serve lunch and snacks
  • Supervise naptime, as well as outdoor time and help with minor upkeep of the Center
  • The teacher will also be responsible for keeping rooms decorated and inviting for the children
  • Develop curriculum and lesson plans for his/her classroom
  • The teacher must ensure the safety and welfare of each child at our Center, including providing the highest quality care and supporting the goals and objectives of our Center.

Requirements:

Qualified Lead teacher for infants and toddlers must possess a license from the Department of Early Childhood Education and Care (EEC). The teacher applicants for MCCC must possess the ability to work well with children, their parents, and other employees, including having effective communication skills, both in English and Spanish. Employees must be caring, compassionate, and friendly, with interest in early childhood education. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and have a high school degree or equivalent.


Music Teacher:

Responsibilities:

The elementary music teacher will perform the following job description:

  • Develop and implement lesson plans and classroom activities
  • Organize classroom systems/procedure for these activities
  • Manage students behavior during this activity to ensure they are fully engaged
  • Create a bilingual curriculum
  • Develop and implement two performances per year

Requirements: 

  • Knowledge of music, music appreciation and the skills required to manage children behavior
  • Ability to create a music program that includes the entire student and teacher bodies
  • Ability to deal with groups of children with knowledge and enthusiasm for the craft
  • Must be bilingual (English/Spanish)

Summer Camp Director

Responsibilities:

  • Greet families and campers upon arrival and orientate them to camp
  • Manage parent’s expectations by knowing your campers and conversing with parents at drop off and pick up times
  • Plan camp schedule and activities
  • Manage issues that may arise, including, but not limited to, camper behavior issues, parent’s complaints, etc.
  • Work with and supervise Counselors in a supportive manner
  • Work with a group of campers and provide a fun, safe and exciting camp experience
  • Assign Counselors to specific tasks
  • Establish emergency rules and safety procedures with campers and staff
  • Assures accuracy and review of attendance, parent/guardian sign-in sheets, and absence notes
  • Maintains current health files and immunization records, staff files, and documentation of benefits
  • Maintains current professional development for each staff member
  • Conducts fire drills on a weekly basis
  • Assures staff is competent, following BOH regulations, caring and qualified to work with designated age group
  • Conducts regular staff meetings weekly
  • Establishes communication system and development of teamwork
  • Posts new ideas, resources, curriculum guides, workshops, and notices
  • Identifies and evaluates children’s needs
  • Performs continual child assessments
  • Oversees child supervision of entire summer camp
  • Posts emergency numbers in designated areas
  • Supervise and train all counselors
  • Responsible for licensing and operating of day camp in accordance with local and State of Massachusetts Departments of Public Health and following best practices of American Camping Association standards
  • Speak Spanish to all campers and counselors
  • Performs other related duties as assigned

Compensation (all positions):

  • Vacations 1-2-3 weeks per year
  • 1 week for sick and personal days
  • Continue education tuition paid 100%
  • Access to retirement plan (401K)
  • Access to Disability, Accident and life insurance
  • Opportunity to work with a great team of professionals
  • 100% paid approved professional development opportunitiesHolidays and snow days paid
  • Direct Deposit
  • Great salary depending on experience and education
  • 50% discount on our tuition for our summer camp and for our Saturday Club program.

Schedule:

Hours will be pre-arranged with Program Director.