- Full-time and part-time positions available
- Positions open for our Summer 2022 program and the 2022-2023 School Year
- Monday – Friday (morning and afternoon schedule options)
- Summer positions start on May 31st
Mulberry School is a private preschool – 5th grade community located in Los Gatos, CA. Founded in 1963, Mulberry inspires children to a life of learning and positive contribution to community. By weaving creativity and social learning into every day, we foster intellectual and social success for a lifetime. Our preschool is a thriving and innovative program that values each child, believing that children learn naturally through play. Our program is designed to encourage discovery, independence, social interaction, and in-depth exploration.
As a preschool teacher, you are responsible for the planning and supervising the daily program and for acting as a resource for parents. Your shared responsibility and overall duty is to monitor day-to day activities within the preschool to ensure an efficient and effective positive discipline program that meets the needs of the students and parents. This position reports to the Preschool’s Director.
- Child Development Core Courses (12 Core Units Preferred)
- Must have a minimum of 12 semester units in Early Childhood Education, which include those required by state licensing.
- Must have a minimum of one-year practical experience in a licensed preschool program.
- Must be teacher qualified as stated under California Title 22.
- Must enjoy working with children and be able to relate to them in a warm and sensitive way.
- Must possess evidence of sufficient security and judgment to handle sensitive situations.
- Must have the physical stamina needed so required duties can be successfully completed.
- Must communicate effectively with children, parents, and other staff.
● Early Childhood Education: 2 years (Preferred)
● Teaching: 3 years (Preferred)
1. For Children
- Collaborate with other preschool teachers to plan appropriate activities designed to develop in the areas of social, emotional, intellectual, and physical (sensory and perceptual motor) growth. Activities will include language, art, music, dramatic play, sensory, and motor experiences. Children should be encouraged to participate in each of these activities.
- Be responsible for children’s safety and well-being at the school.
2. To School and Staff
- Help to create a vibrant curriculum with the other Preschool Teachers and Directors.
- Report to the Preschool Director(s) to discuss program materials and individual children’s needs.
- Cooperate in a professional manner with other staff members in formulating and developing curriculum and procedures.
3. Other Duties
- Maintain the preschool rooms, making sure all materials are put away and the room is left clean for the next class.
- Comply with the provisions of the Employee Handbook.