CNS has a vibrant working environment, with a dynamic culture, extensive professional development opportunities, and lots of collaboration.
In addition, we offer competitive salaries, benefits, and a flexible schedule. Through our "educational entrepreneurs" program, we also offer interested teachers a unique opportunity to independently develop enrichment programming in art, science, music or other areas, and to offer it to the school community.
Prospective teachers should be prepared to participate in a team environment. All teachers work in pairs, and there is extensive collaboration and communication between every member of the teaching and administrative staff. Teachers play an active role in decision-making and the evolution of the program.
In order to be considered, teachers must:
Be certified in early childhood
Have a high level of energy and dedication
Share our philosophy and approach
Have extensive experience and advanced studies
Share a commitment to anti-bias education and continued professional growth
In addition, teachers should be available to work between 3-5 days/week, attend meetings, workshops, and other professional development opportunities.
We encourage interested teachers, interns, or volunteers to contact the director to inquire about current opportunities.