Employment Opportunities

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Jobs in the Local Early Education Field


Full-time Lead Teacher – The Family Garden

Full-time Lead Teacher needed for a mixed ages classroom of two to five year olds. Eight students with two staff members in the group. Associate degree or 21 credits in Early Childhood Education required. At least one year of classroom experience required. Hours are 9am-5:30pm. Send cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Allie McFalls, Director, at familygardeninc@gmail.com

Substitute Teachers – The Family Garden

Substitute Teachers needed for our program. Students range from six weeks to five years old. Must be flexible and willing to work in multiple classrooms every day. High school diploma or GED required. At least 18 years of age. Experience with children preferred. Hours vary, but could be between Monday-Friday from 7:30am – 5:30pm. Send cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Allie McFalls, Director, at familygardeninc@gmail.com


PT Maternal Child Health Visiting Nurse – Winston Prouty Center for Child and Family Development

Seeking an experienced RN to join our collaborative, interdisciplinary team at The Winston Prouty Center in Children’s Integrated Services. Work closely with our senior RN and lactation consultant to meet the needs of area mothers and their children. A Bachelor’s degree in nursing or related field, current Vermont RN license, and experience in maternal child health required. This is a 20-hour a week position with a flexible schedule, supportive work environment, PTO and retirement. For more information visit our website at www.winstonprouty.org
Please send a letter of interest, resume and the names of 3 references by May 22nd to:

Human Resources The Winston Prouty Center, 209 Austine Drive, Brattleboro, VT 05301

bridget@winstonprouty.org / Fax 802-258-2413. EOE


Site Directors at Y-ASPIRE at Rockingham Central Elementary School (BF) and Putney Central School

Passionate about helping young people learn, grow and thrive socially, emotionally, academically and physically? Y-ASPIRE (YMCA After-School Program for Inspiration, Recreation and Education) will give you the opportunity to act on that passion in the “out-of-school” hours (afterschool and full days on vacations, holidays, in-service days, etc.). The Site Director develops and leads the Y-ASPIRE curriculum, builds and manages the caring and respectful Y-ASPIRE community, and interacts with all parents on a daily basis. Position Description. For more information: email info@meetingwatersymca.org or call our Bellows Falls office (463-4769). To apply: Send your resume to sue@meetingwatersymca.org.

Program Assistants at Y-ASPIRE at Academy School

Passionate about helping young people learn, grow and thrive socially, emotionally, academically and physically? Y-ASPIRE (YMCA After-School Program for Inspiration, Recreation and Education) will give you the opportunity to act on that passion in the “out-of-school” hours (afterschool and full days on vacations, holidays, in-service days, etc.). The Program Assistant co-facilitates the Y-ASPIRE curriculum, helps build and manage the caring and respectful Y-ASPIRE community, and supports the Site Director in providing a safe, high-quality program. Teenagers are encouraged to apply. Position Description. For more information: email info@meetingwatersymca.org or call our Bellows Falls office (463-4769). To apply: Send your resume to sue@meetingwatersymca.org.


Last updated: May 24, 2017   /   Have a job to post? Send us an email