Established in 1946, Magen David Yeshivah is a private co-ed Jewish day school that has since produced countless successful industry professionals, lawyers, physicians, rabbis, and teachers, as well as prominent leaders at the helm of numerous organizations. The growth rate of applicants to MDY is explosive, as our community recognizes the value and merit of our creative initiatives.
We are looking for a Assistant Teacher's for The Early Childhood Program for 2017 - 2018 school year at our Brooklyn school. The Early Childhood Teacher will work with students aged 2-6 years old.
The school year is consistent with the Jewish calendar and closed during the summer. The Assistant Teacher will support the curriculum plans of the head teacher, have opportunities to initiate and implement parts of the curriculum, and gradually assume increased responsibilities that facilitates active, hands-on learning, group management, self-expression and choice, and inclusion of all children, parents, volunteers and staff. In a classroom environment, Teachers will supervise a warm, nurturing developmentally appropriate environment for the development of the whole child while integrating a program of both Limudei Hol and Limudei Kodesh under Magen David Yeshivah’s high level of care and educational standards.
Working Towards a Bachelor’s degree Working towards certification and/or license in Early Childhood Education Knowledge of the Hebrew Language and Orthodox Judaism is required. Preference will be given to those with teaching experience.
About Magen David Yeshivah Celia Esses High School
Established in 1946, Magen David Yeshivah is a private co-ed Jewish day school that has since produced countless successful industry professionals, lawyers, physicians, rabbis, and teachers, as well as prominent leaders at the helm of numerous organizations. We are committed to ensuring that each student receives a comprehensive dual-curriculum education, rooted in Sephardic tradition, and emphasizing academic excellence, creativity and intellectual curiosity.