Careers

We are looking to fill the following positions:
  • Montessori Teachers and Assistants
  • Administrative and HR Personnel

Orion Montessori School is looking for Montessori trained teachers, assistants, and individual with strong administrative and HR skills for its brand new campus in West San Jose near Santana Row on Stevens Creek Boulevard, and our North San Jose campus. OMS’ new campus in West San Jose will open its doors in September 2016 and we are actively looking for fantastic Montessori trained teachers and assistants to join our community.

Our new campus will serve children between the ages of 2-12 years (toddler to upper elementary.) We are an authentic and traditional Montessori school that strictly follows the AMI (Association Montessori Internationale) standards of teaching and methodology. The administrative and HR personnel will be the

Co-Founder/CEO’s right-hand, and help in managing work for both campuses on many levels. Our primary goal is not only to follow the child, but the child IS the center of everything we do at OMS! Our motto is benevolence, professional integrity, and passionate professionalism.

We are looking for amazing Montessori teachers, and staff with these qualities to join our community in our toddler (2-3 years), primary (3-6 years), and elementary (6-12 years) programs, and the school as a whole.

Our compensation is commensurate with credentials and experience, we offer health benefits, 401K, and much more! If you are serious and passionate about the authentic AMI Montessori philosophy, and believe to retain the above-mentioned qualities, please reach out to us, we would love to talk to you!

Ms. Shriee Srinivas is a truly gifted, compassionate teacher who is exceptionally skilled at bringing out the best in a child. Our son was fortunate to have his first experience of school in her classroom, and it built a strong foundation that has fostered his ongoing love of school and learning. We are very grateful that our son's first school experience was such a safe, successful and fun one!

Allison KurianAssistant Professor of Medicine, Stanford University

 

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