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    Thank you for your interest in joining East Fort Worth Montessori Academy (E.F.W.M.A)

    Our goal is to recruit and retain passionate teachers interested in teaching and guiding critical thinking, using our outdoor learning center to teach, can think and teach outside of the box, can ask high order questions, communicates consistently with parents, and builds professional relationships with students. We have several opportunities for teachers, instructional teachers, and support staff. We welcome your application for employment.

     

    EFWMA represents a variety of nationalities and ethnicities. Our goal is to reflect diversity in our staff, resulting in a school system that celebrates multi-culturalism. 

      

    Teacher Mentor Program: E.F.W.M.A supports first-year teachers and teachers accepting a new position for 2 years with guidance from a veteran staff and expertise from an Instructional Coach/teacher. Qualified Mentors who apply and are chosen are awarded a stipend.

     

    Gifted and Talented & Bilingual Certifications: We welcome all incoming applicants to hold a GT & ESL Certification.

     

        Traits of a successful candidate at EFWMS:

    • Builds strong student/teacher relationships
    • Engages students in meaningful instruction
    • Set explicit classroom routines and systems
    • Uses a variety of data, formal and informal observations of students, and student portfolios to inform differentiated instruction
    • Realistic expectations of students to be scholars is a must
    • Willingness to think outside and box
    • Shows passion for education
    • Knows the importance of holistic teaching
    • Spends time pre-planning lesson for the week
    • Loves to have fun using the Outdoors

    We Invest in Our Employees:

    • Competitive compensation and benefits packages
    • A supportive, encouraging group of educators readily available to assist you as you assimilate into our district
    • Variety of in-district training opportunities
    • Employee Recognition Program
    • Teacher-driven curriculum development
    • Local Sick Bank

     

      

    Application process

    Interested candidates should complete the employment application. Email the uploaded application, resume, cover letter, contact information for three professional references, teacher certification, GT/ESL certifications, and other supporting documents to aida.aguilar@efwma.org.  All materials should be addressed to the Human Resources Department.

    Mrs. Aguilar will schedule a committee interview with you. You will interview with 2 committees in a day. Qualified candidates will be invited another day to showcase their passion by demonstrating a lesson to the committee.

    Smart Phones and tablets distort your documentation, we ask you not use them to submit your application and supporting documents. 

     

    Job Application - use the Job Application Link to download and complete your application.

     

    If you have additional questions about any of our employment vacancies, please email aida.aguilar@efwma.org

     

    E.F.W.M.A requires appropriate documentation from employees verifying identity and authorizing their ability to legally work in the United States. E.F.W.M.A does not sponsor individuals for immigration purposes.

    A background screening will be required once a conditional offer of employment is made. The background screening includes verification of academic credentials, a criminal background check, social security number trace, National Sex Offender Registry, and completion of fingerprinting, which includes an FBI background check.

     


     
     
     
     
     
    East  Fort  Worth  Montessori  Academy  does  not  discriminate  on  the  basis  of  race, religion, color, national origin, sex, or disability in providing education  services,  and  activities,  and  programs  in  accordance  with  Title  VI  of  the  Civil  Rights  Act  of  1964,  as  amended;  Title  IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended.