Employment

International Montessori Academy is a private school serving Toddlers through Fifth Grade across three campuses in Bellevue and Seattle, Washington. IMA presents a broad range of multilingual experiences by blending the foundations of Montessori practices with language immersion. 

Language Models Offered: 
•    West Bellevue Campus: Bilingual and Full Immersion Mandarin Programs 
•    Eastgate Campus: Bilingual and Full Immersion Mandarin and Bilingual Spanish 
•    Capitol Hill Campus: Bilingual and Full Immersion Mandarin and Spanish Programs 

Montessori and Language Immersion Classroom Models: 
•    Toddler Programming: 15 months – 2 ½ years old
•    Pre-Primary Programming: 2 ½ years – 3 years old
•    Primary Programming: 2 ½ - 6 years old
•    Elementary Programming: 1st – 5th Grade (West Bellevue Campus Only)

IMA is now accepting applicants for the 2020-2021 school year! 

IMA is interviewing for the following positions across multiple campuses:
•    Lead Toddler Montessori Teachers (Native English-Speaking Teachers)
•    Lead Pre-Primary Montessori Teachers (Native English-Speaking Teachers)
•    Lead Bilingual Primary Montessori Teachers (Native English-Speaking Teachers)
•    Lead Full Immersion Primary Montessori Teachers (Native Mandarin-Speaking Teachers)
•    Lead Full Immersion Primary Montessori Teachers (Native Spanish-Speaking Teachers)
•    Toddler Assistant Teachers  (Native Chinese-Speaking or Native Spanish-Speaking Teachers)
•    Primary Assistant Teachers (Native Chinese-Speaking or Native Spanish-Speaking Teachers)
•    Elementary (1st-5th Grade) Teachers (Montessori Certification and/or BA in Education required)

Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to employment@intlmontessoriacademy.com.

Please list what campus and position you are applying for in the body of your e-mail. In addition, if you are interested in starting work prior to September 2020, please note that in your e-mail.

Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview with the Head of School. Final candidates are then invited in to observe a classroom and teach a demonstration lesson.