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We are Hiring!

Lead Teachers

Those who will best succeed in this role must: 

  • have experience working on a collaborative team

  • experience working with children in a childcare, babysitting, family, classroom, camp, and/or arts setting.

  • enjoy taking care of, teaching, and entertaining children 3-6 years old 

  • be engaging and able to adapt quickly and creatively 

  • be comfortable with being outdoors in various weather conditions.

  • Display confidence and a willingness to be playful. 

  • Love to have fun and bring one’s own personal and creative style to teaching!

 

Lead teachers are required to create their curriculum however they see fit. If needed, playlists, props, sample curriculum, lesson plans, and more will be provided to teachers.

Locations, Times, and Dates 9/12/22-11/22/22: 

Positions are available throughout Brooklyn, NY on weekdays and weekends

Pay: $45-$70 a class

Apply by sending your resume and a brief paragraph about yourself and your teaching style to movewithmissjillian@gmail.com

Assistant Teachers

Those who will best succeed in this role must: 

  • have experience working on a collaborative team

  • experience working with children in a childcare, babysitting, family, classroom, camp, and/or arts setting.

  • enjoy taking care of, teaching, and entertaining children 3-6 years old 

  • be engaging and able to adapt quickly and creatively 

  • be comfortable with being outdoors in various weather conditions.

  • Display confidence and a willingness to be playful. 

  • Love to have fun and bring one’s own personal and creative style to teaching!

Locations, Times, and Dates 9/12/22-11/22/22: 

Positions are available throughout Brooklyn, NY on weekdays and weekends

Pay: $25 for a 45-minute class

Apply by sending your resume and a brief paragraph about yourself to movewithmissjillian@gmail.com

Move With Miss Jillian LLC is an equal opportunity employer and is cultivating a genuinely equitable and anti-oppressive work environment that embraces teachers with diverse backgrounds, identities, and experiences. We particularly encourage applicants from marginalized communities, including those who identify as Black, Indigenous, people of color, queer, transgender, gender non-conforming, and disabled.