CA Technologies Teacher (up to 3 years) in Framingham, Massachusetts

  • Your future starts here!*

CA Technologies, a growing Fortune 1000 company, is seeking a teacher for one of our company-sponsored Montessori schools. You'll teach in a new state-of-the-art facility and enjoy exceptional CA benefits while doing the work that you love. We will even offer company-paid training for the right person!

  • About the CA Montessori Children’s Center*

For more than 25 years, CA Technologies has provided company-subsidized, on-site Montessori Centers in our larger Global offices for the children and family members of our employees. Our Montessori teachers and staff enjoy the exceptional benefits and perks of an established, growing technology company while helping us fulfill our goal of making CA a family-friendly place to work.

  • About the Role:*

This position is responsible to assist the lead teacher/co-teacher and children in a Montessori classroom with children ages 6 weeks – 3 years during the work cycle and to develop lesson plans during playground/afternoon sessions.

  • Key Responsibilities:*

  • Discover the Montessori philosophy, while learning and implementing an AMI Montessori curriculum for the 0-3 groups

  • Guide children and instruct and assist them in Montessori activities and experiences to stimulate and develop their intellectual, physical and emotional growth

  • Plan and organize basic lessons approved by Lead Teachers within the program. Lesson plans are designed in accordance with the Montessori curriculum:

o Movement, Music, Language, Practical Life, Sensorial, Independence and Self-Help skills

  • Arrange organized activities, individual and group using classroom materials to ensure stimulation of senses and refinement of experiences

o Plan and implement outdoor, playground and inside activities for large muscle development and afternoon activities and thematic lessons

o Assess the skills, abilities, interests and needs of the children and work in consultation with the Lead Teacher/Co-Teacher and other staff members in establishing curriculum goals and realistic objectives for each child in relation to the child’s individual learning needs

o Observe the child and interpret the child’s needs

  • General Responsibilities:*

  • Collaborate with other classrooms to maintain ratios and support each other to effectively manage you time and your classroom.

  • Uphold the NAEYC Ethics, AMI Ethics and each state local licensing regulations and core values of both CA and NAEYC.

  • Attain state mandated training hours utilizing your own time as necessary and follow all laws, regulations, policies and procedures.

  • Maintain the room so that it is safe, orderly, clean, appealing and facilitative of the children’s growth, exploration and participation.

  • Maintain realistic expectations for each child and allow for human variation.

  • Set a good example by modeling desirable behavior for the children. Follow the expectations of the class and exhibit a sense of calm, provide consistency, grace and courtesy lessons, conflict resolution while demonstrating respect for every child.

  • Understand and embrace the importance of the parent-teacher costumer relationship and is sensitive and responsive to the parent/customer needs.

  • Do not discriminate against (or for) a child based on race, creed, color, religion or ability.

  • Maintain confidential matters in a professional way.

  • Attend educational workshops, seminars, conferences, monthly team meeting and training’s

  • Bring any significant changes, complaints and actions to the attention of the Lead Teacher and Manager.

  • Ensure that all policy and procedures of the Center and CA are carried out and that the goals and objectives of the center are fulfilled, including attending to the children’s health, safety and nutrition.

  • Work as part of a team with all teachers of the center.

  • Must be able to lift 50 pounds.

  • Must be able to run after children and push several children in stroller.

  • Must be able to sit on the floor with children for long periods of time.

  • Business travel of approximately 10 or less percent yearly is expected for this position

  • Bachelor’s Degree is preferred or global equivalent with 12 credits in Early Childhood Education in a related field or Child Development Associate (CDA) certificate is required. If candidate does not have a Bachelor’s Degree, the candidate must be enrolled and attending classes to achieve Bachelor’s Degree.

  • Typically, 1 or more years related work or work/internship experience

  • Must be able to work flexible hours as necessary during normal operating hours.

  • Candidate must be flexible, patient and have strong communication skills as well as be able to manage stressful situations as they arise.

  • More About Working at CA:*

CA has earned scores of global Workplace Excellence awards in the last few years – and there’s a reason for that. Here you’ll have the opportunity to explore flexible work arrangements, partner with our impressive customer set, and enjoy a competitive compensation package –all while pushing the boundaries of what’s “possible” by collaborating with a diverse team of global innovators. In short? CA’s fun, diverse, fast-paced culture have put us on the map as one of the best employers in IT. For more information, visit www.CA.com/careers.

  • A Great CA Employee:*

  • Takes smart risks

  • Exhibits courage

  • Is a “driver”

  • Navigates ambiguity

  • Embraces diversity

  • Communicates openly

  • Doesn’t take themselves too seriously

  • Likes to laugh

  • Loves a good challenge

  • Is resilient when faced with setbacks

  • Teams well with others

  • Insists on quality results

  • Is forward-thinking

  • Adapts easily to change

  • Solves problems creatively

If you want to fulfill your potential, be acknowledged for your achievements, and be given autonomy to make decisions for your business and customers; if you want to work with a company that respects you as an individual - recognizing both your needs at work and your responsibilities outside of it - then CA Technologies is where you belong.

At CA Technologies your passion and expertise can directly impact the business and you’ll help offer our customers practical approaches to delivering new, innovative services and value through IT.

We offer competitive salary, company-sponsored premium Medical/Prescription & Dental Plans, company-paid Holidays, Vacation, Anniversary Service and Sick Days, 401(k) Plan, Education/Training Reimbursement, Charitable Gift Program, Adoption Assistance Program.

Learn more about CA Technologies and this opportunity now at http://ca.com/careers

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