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Would you like to be part of a fun, interactive community building a beautiful and innovative school from the ground up? Our school is seeking highly qualified staff for Fall 2018.

Great Work Montessori School is a new charter public Montessori school that opened in the Fall of 2017. We will serve children from birth through 4th grade in 2018-2019, and grow a grade level each year. The school is located in east Lakewood in a brand new facility designed by Montessorians.



At Great Work Montessori School our Mission is to support every child in becoming a joyful and courageous agent of peace, builder of community, and creator of justice and beauty. Our core values are AMI Montessori, diversity and community partnership. We believe that social justice must be the heart of the school curriculum.

Please see below for upcoming openings. All interest should be directed to hr@greatworkmontessori.org or 720-588-2207.



Classroom Guides


We are accepting resumés for AMI-trained Elementary guides. All interest should be directed to hr@greatworkmontessori.org or 720-588-2207.




Aftercare & Support Staff


We are accepting resumés for ECT-qualified staff to provide support for children and other staff during before- and after-care and based on specific identified needs.  Full- and part-time positions are available. All interest should be directed to hr@greatworkmontessori.org or 720-588-2207.


Classroom Assistants


Classroom assistants work with the lead teacher to prepare and maintain an orderly, attractive, and joyful environment. They provide another pair of observant, attentive eyes and ears. Classroom assistants are also crucial in modeling courteous and respectful behavior as well as contributing to the warm, supportive, and calm atmosphere that is the hallmark of AMI Montessori classrooms.  Full-time positions are available with benefits. All interest should be directed to hr@greatworkmontessori.org or 720-588-2207.


Special Educator


We are seeking highly qualified Special Education Teachers for Fall 2018. 



The Role: Special Ed teachers will administer support to students displaying needs in areas such as social and emotional development, speech and language development, dyslexia, sensory integration, English Language Learning, and subject matter delays. These supports will include: developing effective Individualized Education Plans (IEPs); providing targeted, evidence-based therapeutic interventions in compliance with IEP goals and objectives to facilitate student participation and performance within the school environment; completing comprehensive evaluations of various developmental skills, needs and functional abilities for the purpose of determining program eligibility and developing recommendations for treatment, assistive technology/devices and access to general education curriculum; providing daily tutoring to Special Education and other scholars in individual and small group settings; and adapting/modifying the environment to meet individual student needs, helping them function as independently as possible in the school setting; and providing engaging, motivating, and rigorous instruction in small group and individual settings with specific outcomes articulated and assessed.. 



Qualifications: Candidates must have demonstrated knowledge of specific developmental areas such as speech and language development, social and emotional development, fine or gross motor development, dyslexia, and sensory integration, as well as behavioral management within the learning environment and experience developing individualized education plans in collaboration with other educational providers, parents and students. In addition, candidates must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and one year working in schools achieving significant gains in student growth and development. Candidates must have excellent verbal and written skills, strong organizational skills, and experience writing effective Individualized Education Plans and communicating them effectively to a variety of stakeholders. 



Desired qualities: reliable, committed, energetic, patient and detail oriented; has initiative and curiosity; is an apt listener, able to learn quickly and follow instruction; openness to feedback and desire to continue learning and growth; demonstrates professionalism in word, deed, and appearance; specific interest in working within a Montessori school and learning how to fit their specialty services within a learning environment that is high respectful, reciprocal, peaceful and culturally responsive.




Occupational Therapist

We are seeking a highly qualified Occupational Therapist for Fall 2018.

This part-time position consists of 6-10 flexible hours on site per week.

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