We are proud of the teachers at Wonders who are highly qualified and come from diverse cultural backgrounds and varied work experiences.


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Our teachers are creative, mindful, and energetic. Each are required to participate in professional development through the Wonders Professional Development Consortium. Many are also pursuing advanced child development and education degrees. We recognize their dedication to professionalism by providing a stimulating working environment with competitive salary and benefits packages. Our commitment to the quality of our team has resulted in a highly satisfied staff and low turnover.


Current Openings

  • Early Learning Floating Teacher

The Early Learning Floating Teacher plays a dynamic role at Wonders Early Learning + Extended Day in providing quality services in our early learning programs. The Lead Floating Teacher works with our team of teachers to help create a developmentally appropriate learning environment that stimulates, nurtures and leads children’s social, emotional, physical and academic growth.

The Lead Floating Teacher plays a vital part in keeping our centers running smoothly. The Lead Floating Teacher must be extremely flexible as day-to-day schedules and responsibilities may change depending on where help is needed. The Lead Floating Teacher fills in for both Lead Teachers and Assistant Teachers for short term and long term absences. Responsibilities may include lesson planning, parent conferences, assisting the Lead Teacher, preparing materials for classroom activities, and cleaning and organizing after activities.

  • Extended Day Teacher

The Extended Day Teacher plays a dynamic role at Wonders Early Learning + Extended Day in providing quality child care services in our school-­age programs. The Extended Day Teacher is a positive model, and stimulates creative thought processes, provides hands-­on experiences, and promotes emotional development for children.

The Extended Day Teacher is responsible for ensuring that program spaces are safe, interesting, engaging, and reflect the diversity of our society. The Extended Day Teacher actively plans learning activities that are balanced in all areas and include: active/quiet, long/short, group/individual, cognitive/physical, large group/small group and child initiated/teacher directed. Attention is given to the children’s ideas and curiosities in influencing the direction of daily activities.

Teamwork is a critical component of the Extended Day Teacher position. Extended Day Teachers regularly meet with their team, other staff and Program Director to develop programs that follow the Wonders Extended Day Curriculum and promote the Wonders philosophy and ideals.

  • Early Learning Lead Teacher

The Early Learning Lead Teacher plays a dynamic role at Wonders Early Learning + Extended Day in providing quality child care services in our ECE programs. The Lead Teacher is responsible for creating a developmentally appropriate learning environment that stimulates, nurtures and leads children’s’ social, emotional, physical and academic growth.

The Lead Teacher is responsible for program spaces, and must ensure that the spaces are safe, interesting, engaging, and reflect the diversity of our society. The Lead Teacher actively plans learning activities that are balanced in all areas and include: active/quiet, long/short, group/individual, cognitive/physical, large group/small group and child initiated/teacher directed. Attention is given to the children’s ideas and curiosities in influencing the direction of daily activities.

The Lead Teacher, as part of a team, implements Wonders Early Learning + Extended Day policies, procedures and practices in an organized and thorough manner. Teamwork is a critical component of the Lead Teacher position. Lead Teachers regularly meet with their team, other staff and Program Director to develop programs that follow the Wonders Early Learning Curriculum and promote the Wonders philosophy and ideals.

 

  • Extended Day Assistant Director

The Assistant Program Director position is a vitally important one within Wonders Early Learning + Extended Day as the incumbent is responsible assisting the Program Director in the day-to-day operations at one of our School Age Centers. The Assistant Program Director represents Wonders Early Learning + Extended Day to the children, families, and community served and has the responsibility for acting for the Program Director in the Program Director’s absence. The Assistant Program Director will assist in the implementation of all Wonders Early Learning + Extended Day policies, procedures and practices in an efficient and thorough manner and will be involved in the development of those policies. A critical aspect of this position is developing and maintaining communications with families and staff. Families, in particular, must be fully informed of Center activities and special events. Families will be welcomed in the Center and the classroom at all times.

Responsibilities of this role includes, but is not limited to: Assisting in the development and implementation of curriculum; schedule and document staffing and program events; order and maintain adequate program and office supplies and resources; assist with meetings with staff, parents, and community representatives; assist win the maintenance of filing systems including children and staff files; assist with open house and other community outreach initiatives; assist with the enrollment and re-enrollment processes; assist families with scholarship or other tuition support applications; aid in establishing and/or maintaining accreditation; and establishing and nurturing partnerships with parents.

How to Apply

To apply for a position fill out the Wonders Employment Application and Reference Forms and email to careers@wonderslearning.org

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