JULY 2022

Country Village Montessori School in Amherst, New Hampshire has two unique opportunities for your consideration to apply and join our assistant teaching staff. CVMS has part-time and full time hours available for interested parties in our Children’s House class. Qualifications include: a love of children, willingness to learn, interest in early childhood education, a healthy appreciation for the Montessori method, maturity, reliability and a GREAT ATTITUDE! Previous experience not a must. We can train onsite.
We provide CPR and First Aid Training. We pay all fees associated with hire (e.g. background check and fingerprinting cost). We also provide professional development training and pay for hours received via conferences, seminars, zooms to attain yearly professional development hours required in our field by the State of New Hampshire. Salary info provided upon request.
Interns (Montessori Teachers In-Training) are welcome to apply. If you are seeking an internship site we are open to the possibilities for you.
I look forward to hearing from you. Please call Claire Doody, Director @ 603-672-3882.


JULY 2022

Lead Teacher Positions Open, ages 7-18

Robert Frost Public Charter School is seeking experienced educators with a desire to teach in a public school with a student-centered philosophy.

The ideal candidates will:

  • Have experience teaching in a multi-age classroom.
  • Be committed to working with students to develop personal pathways to success.
  • Have a passion for blended curriculum and project-based learning.
  • Have a commitment to the school’s mission and goals.
  • Be able to collaborate with a dynamic teaching team.
  • Understand NH Common Core Standards.

Qualifications: NH-certified or three years of teaching experience required. Montessori teaching experience desired.

Applicants Please email Resume, Cover Letter, and Letters of Recommendation to Janine McLauchlan (Head of School) at

Classroom Assistants– Robert Frost Public Charter School

The Robert Frost Public Charter School is accepting applications for four Classroom Assistant positions for our K-12  program Primary responsibilities include supporting students in the classroom and assisting teachers in maintaining their classrooms. Other duties may include supervising lunch, recess, and school events. The ideal candidate has experience working with students and a desire to grow in the profession. Some other qualities we find important are reliability, flexibility, and a willingness to help out wherever needed. Please email resume, cover letter, and letters of recommendations to Janine McLauchlan (Head of School) at



JUNE 2022

The Cornerstone School in Stratham, New Hampshire is seeking a teacher for our afterschool program the 2022-23 school year.  Our school operates its programs in a co-teaching model so you will be entering this new environment within a team of 2 other experienced teachers  as you learn our school and get to know the community of children you will serve together in a beautifully equipped Montessori environments. An Montessori credential is not required, though it is preferred, along with relevent teaching experience.

Our after school program, Children’s House, serves our youngest Primary students  (3 and 4 year olds) beginning at 11:30 for lunch and nap, with outdoor play or gym time at 1:30pm.  At 2:45pm our kindergarten and elementary students join Children’s House.

Position and Work Hours

August 23, 2022 to June 21, 2023.  The employee will teach five sessions in the program per week. Minimum hours are 1pm-5pm daily; however additional hours 11-1 may be available as are summer camp session hours.

Monthly level meetings, professional development, in-service training, parent/family orientations, and other events are part of the included duties of the Children’s House teacher.  A more thorough overview of the school calendar and professional days required is available on our website:  2022-2023 DRAFT Calendar.

Qualified candidates will be dedicated to collaboration, professional development, Montessori philosophy and most of all, children.  From their deep and abiding love and respect for children, our faculty work in a collegial setting to be curious observers, reflective practitioners, and knowlegable of Montessori and educational best practices to work toward Dr. Montessori’s vision of educating the human potential.  While this cosmic task is a serious undertaking that requires calm confidence, a sense of humor and fun are important characterstics as well. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills are required.

The Cornerstone School is an independent Montessori school serving Toddler through eighth grade, with a current enrollment of 160 students. We are committed to laying the foundation upon which each child can build, to become the architect of their own future. Our beautiful school is situated on 11 acres of land in a rural neighborhood setting.  We are close to Boston and the mountains of New Hampshire and 12 miles from Portsmouth, NH with the Seacoast region being a huge draw for those who love outdoor recreation.  Our school is financially sound, has been established for over 35 years and employs a supportive staff of professionals dedicated to providing high quality Montessori education to children.  Our classrooms are well equipped and beautiful.

Compensation is commensurate with experience and benefits include a professional development stipend, AMS membership, annual retirement contribution, employer health insurance contribution, and flexible leave.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to our Head of School, Leela Pahl at  Our website is

A more complete overview of the position can befound here.

The Cornerstone School is an equal opportunity employer.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and expression, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, or national origin in administration of its policies.

Leela Pahl (she/her/hers)


JUNE 2022

DESCRIPTION: Southern NH Montessori Academy in Londonderry, NH is a private, independent school serving students from 3 months through 6th grade. We are looking for a dynamic Infant/Toddler Assistant Teacher (3 – 36 months) with the beginning in June 2022.

The ideal candidate:

  • ●  Holds a Montessori Infant/Toddler credential from a MACTE accredited teachereducation program
  • ●  Holds a BA/BS degree
  • ●  Has a deep understanding of and commitment to multi-age learning environments andMontessori philosophy
  • ●  Is Committed to professional development and best practices in education
  • ●  Is outgoing, personable, and compassionate
  • ●  Demonstrates a high level of organizational skills, strong written and verbalcommunication skills
  • ●  Is flexible, imaginative, creative, and able to effectively plan and problem solveEXPERIENCE and EXPECTATIONS:
  • ●  Teaching experience with infant/toddler students required
  • ●  Has experience with differentiating instruction to meet the needs of each child
  • ●  Possesses the ability to work collaboratively with faculty to enhance curriculum andcommunity
  • ●  Exhibits excellent communication skills with parents
  • ●  Current criminal background check, updated health form and CPR/First AidCertification required.BENEFITS: Southern NH Montessori Academy offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.Interested applicants should submit a cover letter describing your interest in the position with overview of your background and experience with children and education, a current resume, and three references to:Debra Repoza-Hogan Head of School – SNHEC



Sunnybrook Montessori School

142 Main St, Lancaster, NH 03584


Job Description & Responsibilities


Sunnybrook Montessori School provides high quality early childhood education to families living in New Hampshire’s North Country. Sunnybrook is an independent preschool (ages 3-7) licensed by the State of New Hampshire. For over 30 years, Sunnybrook has been a vibrant community for children and their families. Sunnybrook Montessori School is a place where children and their families are accorded deep respect.

The mission of Sunnybrook Montessori School is to provide a nurturing, respectful and vibrant learning environment where children are supported to explore and create. Children at Sunnybrook are viewed as being capable and intrinsically motivated learners. The philosophy and pedagogy of Sunnybrook is based on the work of Dr. Maria Montessori. During the day at Sunnybrook the children engage in activities that are developmentally appropriate, as well as multisensory and interdisciplinary. Activities include the use of didactic Montessori equipment, as well as movement, music, art activities, and mathematics.

Sunnybrook Montessori School seeks a Director who is a thoughtful, nurturing, conscientious leader and teacher, has worked with young children, and is passionate about Early Childhood education. The ideal candidate will embrace the Montessori philosophy and appreciate the Sunnybrook environment. The Director must be able to lead and mentor the teaching staff, operationalize the business plan and handle administrative needs such as enrollment, family communications, and serve as a liaison to the Board of Directors. The Director is a guide who helps direct their students’ activities academically, emotionally, and physically in a prepared Montessori environment that challenges each child to reach their full potential in these developmental areas, in accordance with the Sunnybrook Montessori Core Principles. The right candidate will have both classroom teaching and administrative/supervisory experience. Ideally, this person will have spent time in a Montessori environment.

The Director of the Sunnybrook Montessori School reports to and is employed by the Board of Directors of the Sunnybrook Montessori School and supervises the Associate Teachers in the school. Hours are 7:30am-3:30pm Monday-Friday with additional hours as needed. This is a salaried position.

To learn more about Sunnybrook Montessori School, visit

Please send a letter of interest, resume, and three references to:

Abby Mayne

President, Board of Directors

Sunnybrook Montessori School


Qualities and Dispositions:

  • Excellent communication and organization skills
  • Ability to give and receive constructive feedback, create systems of accountability, and demonstrate commitment to program mission.
  • Ability to collaborate and work in a team environment.
  • Initiative, curiosity, and ability to “think outside the box”.
  • An inclusive, holistic and community-driven attitude and approach to teaching, operating and leading.
  • Have the physical capacity to work with preschool/Kindergarten aged children (includes but is not limited to: bending, lifting, working on the floor)

Education, Training, Experience:

  • BA or equivalent from four-year college and minimum two years of teaching experience in a public or private educational setting (i.e. public school, child care center, or Montessori school).
  • Montessori Certification and/or NH or VT Teaching certificate in elementary or childhood studies preferred. Completion of Montessori Certificate or enrollment in program by August 2022 expected.
  • CPR/First Aid certification
  • Child Care Director Qualified in New Hampshire (He-C 4002.35.j)
  • Familiarity with NH Child Care Licensing Rules
  • Pass a State of NH Fingerprinting and Background Check
  • Knowledge of New Hampshire Content Standards for Kindergarten
  • Experience or willingness to be trained in: Positive Discipline, Nature Connection, and Montessori Practices.


  • Establish and maintain Montessori classroom culture, paying particular attention to the needs of students/parents new to Montessori
  • Implement and update curriculum as student needs dictate
  • Conduct proactive research and seek additional Montessori knowledge for integration into the classroom
  • Treat children with unconditional positive regard and provide individualized care for needs
  • Contact and meet with specialists and/or parents regarding children with special needs
  • Maintain accurate records on children enrolled in the program to include their development, attendance, immunization and general health; conduct program registration, and maintain appropriate files and waiting lists
  • Determine allocation of funds for staff, supplies, materials, and equipment and authorize purchases through the Board Treasurer
  • Serve as the liaison for the classroom to the Board paying particular attention to ensuring that the Boards’ policies on safety, school licensing requirements, staffing minimums, and Board policies for the school are adhered to

The statements contained herein describe the scope of the responsibility and essential functions of this position, but should not be considered to be an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned including work in other areas to cover absences or relief to equalize peak work periods or otherwise balance the workload.



Little Tree Education, seeks experienced Early Childhood Teachers for their Infant, Toddler and Primary Programs. Candidates must be patient, flexible, and caring, with excellent communication skills and the ability to think creatively.

Little Tree Education is a school that children can call their own – fostering curiosity and enabling development. LTE Welcomes children six months old to six years old. We honor the child’s natural desire to learn through imagination and exploration. LTE provides learning experiences that develop and maintain the learning, social, physical and emotional skills necessary for successful school performance in the years to come. LTE effectively prepares children for a life full of learning.

Little Tree prides ourselves on providing opportunities for teachers and supporting everyone’s desire to grow as an educator. If you are just starting out in the field we have a robust training program and are willing to train.

If you value education from birth, Little Tree Education is for you!

Little Tree Education offers a generous benefits package which includes medical, dental, retirement, childcare discounts, paid time off, paid holidays, tuition assistance towards Early Childhood Ed coursework and Montessori certification and  free professional development opportunities. In addition, Little Tree has an aspiring bonus incentive program.

Visit our website and social media pages to learn more about our community. To apply, please submit a resume with letter of interest to the Chief of Staff, Jessica Mizzau at



Lilliputian Director

The Lilliputian Montessori School is a non-profit organization that operates a Preschool and Toddler program annually as well as a summer camp. We are seeking a director to lead our school and teachers as well as to oversee the school’s compliance with licensing requirements and help our students learn and grow.

The director reports to the Lilliputian Montessori School Board of Directors. The director serves as the direct supervisor for the teachers and staff. The director manages the day-to-day operations of the school and the educational rigor of the school as an academically challenging, socially aware environment consistent with Montessori philosophy. More detailed job description available upon request.

We are part of a close-knit mountain town community and have been in operation since 1983.

Bachelor’s degree required, Masters Degree preferred.  Appropriate certifications and licensure required.

Compensation is commensurate with experience.


Lilliputian Lead Teacher

The Lilliputian Montessori School is a non-profit community school located in beautiful North Conway, NH. We are seeking lead teachers for multiple programs from 6 months to 6 years. 

The Lead Teacher is responsible for promoting the Montessori educational philosophy and ideals, while ensuring that the school’s mission is effectively implemented. While doing so, the Lead Teacher shall maintain effective and efficient day-to-day management of the classroom in terms of educational delivery and socially aware environment consistent with the Montessori philosophy. More detailed job description available upon request.

We are part of a close-knit mountain town community and have been in operation since 1983.

Bachelor’s degree required, Masters Degree preferred.  Appropriate certifications and licensure required.

Compensation is commensurate with experience.


Lead Teacher position

Acorn Montessori, in Hooksett, NH, is looking for an experienced early childhood teacher to join our growing team for the 2022/2023 school year. This is a co-lead teaching position working in our multi-aged primary classroom, servicing children ages 3-6 years old. This position provides the opportunity to work alongside the director, facilitate curriculum development, as well as foster the growth and independence of our students in a small Montessori environment.

This is a full-time, Monday-Friday /12-month contract. An AMS or AMI certification is preferred.
Salary based on qualifications and experience. Education:

● Associate (Preferred)


  • ●  Preschool teaching: 1 year (Preferred)
  • ●  Montessori: 1 year (Preferred)License/Certification:
  • ●  CPR Certification (Preferred)
  • ●  Teaching license (Preferred)Benefits:
  • ●  401(k)
  • ●  Dental insurance
  • ●  Employee discount at The MindBody Connection
  • ●  Health insurance
  • ●  Paid time offCandidates should send a cover letter and resume to Joelle Moropito-Huot at

Assistant Teacher position

Acorn Montessori, in Hooksett, NH, is looking for an experienced early childhood assistant to join our growing team for the 2022/2023 school year. This is an assistant teacher position working in our multi-aged primary classroom, servicing children ages 3-6 years old. This position provides the opportunity to work alongside the director and lead teacher, help to prepare the environment, support curriculum, as well as foster the growth and independence of our students in a small Montessori environment.

AMS or AMI knowledge is preferred.
This position is part-time with the potential to be full-time and is a 12-month contract. Compensation based on qualifications and experience.


  • ○  High school or equivalent (Preferred)
  • ○  Early Childhood Education: 1 year (Preferred)
  • ○  Childcare: 1 year (Preferred)
  • ○  CPR Certification (Preferred)Candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Joelle Moropito-Huot at