Our purpose is to provide a joyful Montessori education in a manner that respects and embraces the whole child.
MIR employs AMI-trained Montessori teachers as well as classroom assistants, administrative staff, special education specialists, curricular specialists, and more. MIR is financially stable, with full enrollments and a welcoming culture that leads to low staff turnover. A majority of our staff have been at the school for more than 10 years, and many of our teachers have been here 20-30 years or more.
MIR is Hiring!
We are looking for the following positions beginning in August 2021.
AMI Trained Lead Primary Teacher and AMI Trained Lead Elementary Teacher - Please review the job description here.
10-month and 12-month positions are being considered for these roles. Positions begin in July 2021.
To be considered for the positions, please email your cover letter, résumé, and copy of your AMI Diploma to email@example.com. Please note: your AMI Diploma must be received to be considered for any position.
The deadline to apply for the Lead Primary Teacher position is March 7, 2021.
The deadline to apply for the Lead Elementary Teacher position is March 29, 2021.
Montessori in Redlands is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
In our work with the children and each other, we embody the values of Safety, Empathy, Transparency, and Joy:
MIR offers great benefits for full-time employees, including
MIR is located in Redlands, a city of 70,000 with a deep, rich history and an active local community. The city offers a strong economy and good employment opportunities for family members thanks to diverse local employers. Just 60 miles east of Los Angeles, Redlands is close to all Southern California has to offer, but far enough to retain its small town charm.
Working in a Montessori School
A Montessori classroom is not teacher-focused, with teacher as Commander of the Classroom, but child-focused. The interactions among students and staff are respectful and informal. Children learn self-discipline at an early age and are expected to be in control of themselves.
If you are unfamiliar with a Montessori environment, you will be amazed at what the children can do and accomplish at any age when given freedom with responsibility, and you'll enjoy working with them every day.
If you are interested in training to become a Montessori teacher, MIR encourages you look into these resources:
Both centers offer training for ages 0-3 years ("Assistants to Infancy" or "A-to-I"), ages 3-6 years ("Primary" or "Children's House"), and ages 6-12 (Elementary). Both grant the AMI International Diploma to graduates, which allows the holder to teach in Montessori schools anywhere in the world.
Visit the AMI website to find training centers at other locations.
- Safety: Support, to the best of our ability, the physical and psychical safety of each person.
- Empathy: Work to understand and respect each other's feelings.
- Transparency: Be open and consistent in our actions and words so that there are no surprises for others.
- Joy: Reflect our sense of gratefulness, contentment, and happiness.
- Medical, dental, and vision insurance. MIR pays the monthly medical and dental premium for the employee.
- 403(b) and contribution matching
- Paid time off
- FSA - Flexible Spending Account
- Tuition discount
- Life insurance and more