The Del Ray Montessori School; Alexandria, VA; Seeking AMI Trained Guides at A to I, Primary and Elementary Levels

Do you want a fresh start?  Do you want to work for a school that will support you in your classroom and in your career while also providing you excellent benefits, as well as your own personal professional development budget?

Well, than look no further!  You have found that school.

The Del Ray Montessori School (DRMS), located just outside of Washington DC, is seeking exceptional candidates with AMI training at the A to I, Primary and Elementary levels for the upcoming school year. We are looking for Classroom Assistants as well as Substitutes to work full-time in our fun-loving school community. DRMS is a thriving, delightful school community Montessori school located in the quaint Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria, Virginia, where building community, supporting families and children, and continued professional growth is not only highly valued – but strongly encouraged and supported, as well. We are seeking enthusiastic, collaborative applicants who are serious about Montessori education, but light-hearted and fun-loving in their approach!  Sponsorship opportunities are available for applicants enrolled in AMI trainings.

The Del Ray Montessori School is an independent, non-profit, AMI recognized school committed to AMI practices and principles. The school is currently in its eighth year and houses one toddler classroom, three primary classrooms, and one elementary classroom (6-12). We offer competitive salaries, generous benefits, including: health care, retirement, short and long term disability, life insurance, and several professional development opportunities sponsored by the school throughout the year, including events offered through: WMI (Washington Montessori Institute), NAMTA, and the annual AMI Refresher Course.

 Successful candidates will:

  •  Possess an AMI diploma at the A to I, Primary or Elementary level,

  • •Strive to be a life-long learner and participate in ongoing professional development;

  • •Desire to work in a community guided by respect for children, families and staff,

  • •Embody the values of the Montessori philosophy at all times; and

  • •Display a strong team work ethic, a genuine desire to collaborate with colleagues and parents, and possess a steadfast sense of professionalism.

    Resumes and letters of interest should be sent to:

    Sarah Fondriest, Head of School

    The Del Ray Montessori School

    100 East Windsor Ave Alexandria, VA 22301

    careers@thedelraymontessorischool.com

    thedleraymontessorischool.com

Karey Lontz