Are you a native Spanish speaker, seeking to share the language with young, developing minds?
Do you believe the first few years are the most important for a young child to learn a new language?
Are you looking to teach toddlers a school environment where you can be compensated at a level that matches your education and experience?
As a Spanish Speaking Associate Teacher with the Suzuki School, you understand how impactful the first few years of a language are for a child and family. You know first-hand that helping a child embrace another language at an early age is a rewarding experience. At our schools, we nurture and guide children from 3 months to Kindergarten age; therefore, as a Spanish-speaking Associate Teacher, you will have the unique opportunity to provide Spanish instruction to toddlers in the first few years in which language thrives – an incredible component of cultivating growth for each child in their education, all in pursuit of nurturing a true love of learning.
Important Notes on the Position:
Our campuses provide a professional environment where you can plant roots and belong to a community of like-minded professionals. We have three school locations including schools in Midtown and Buckhead, serving children from 3 months through Kindergarten. Our classrooms include a combination of Certified Montessori and Associate Teachers who are primarily responsible for classroom management and care of the environment.
More about the Spanish Speaking Associate Teacher position:
The Suzuki School offers a broad benefits program including Medical, Dental, Vision, TelaDoc, 401K, paid time off, disability insurance, Marta subsidies, and health club subsidies. In addition, throughout the year, we close the school to provide our faculty time to replenish, and these days are paid and in addition to personal days/paid time off.
Please visit our website by clicking here if you want to understand us better. The Suzuki School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other legally protected status.