Preparing Spanish-speaking children with superior dual language education.
Interested in Joining our team?
Charlotte Bilingual Preschool (CltBP) has dedicated 20 years to providing innovative, two-generation solutions for preparing Spanish-speaking children for success. Core services include the 5-star licensed dual language Preschool Program for children 3-5 and the Family Program, which empowers families as their children’s most important teachers. In 2018, CltBP launched an extension of the Preschool Program called the Green Room, a three-year pilot integrating students and families from diverse cultural backgrounds to facilitate the flow of social capital. A recent alumni study of CltBP graduates in K-2nd grade indicates CltBP students enter kindergarten ahead of their Hispanic peers and maintain consistent growth and advantage. Join our team and change the future!
Family Programs Coordinator
Reporting to the Director of Operations and Preschool Programs, Charlotte Bilingual Preschool’s (CltBP) Family Programs Coordinator ensures that CltBP prepares Spanish-speaking children for success by providing superior dual language education in strong partnership with their families. This a full-time position with benefits. Target start date July 1, 2019. Read more and learn how to apply here.
Reporting directly to the Development Director, the Development Manager is responsible for a range of development, marketing and communications, event planning, and other duties as assigned to advance Charlotte Bilingual Preschool’s mission and strategic growth. Responsibilities will include coordinating CltBP’s major giving program, leading planning for CltBP’s annual Grandes Sueños fundraising luncheon, and supporting grant submissions as needed. This person will also lead CltBP’s marketing and communications strategy in partnership with the Development Associate. Read more and learn how to apply here.
Teacher, Teaching Assistant, Substitute Teacher applications always accepted
We value the uniqueness of each child through a Reggio Emilia inspired emergent curriculum, employ a dual language approach and connect with our comprehensive parent program. Each classroom of 18 children has a teacher and teaching assistant who typically work a full day.
•Honors and embraces diversity with demonstrated respect and sensitivity to the Latin American culture and community
•Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education or related field and/or ECE credential
• Demonstrated success teaching/leading groups of young children
• Proficient in spoken and written English and Spanish
• Participates eagerly in all aspects of school life
• Adept with online education tools and Microsoft Office, especially Outlook
Teachers can expect a collaborative learning environment, a fast pace with high expectations, professional development opportunities, a competitive compensation package, and full-time positions on a school calendar schedule. Please forward job inquiries to Mercy Star at email@example.com with the position in the subject line.