Job Opening for 2022-2023
Elementary Guide, Executive Director in Baltimore, Maryland, US
Baltimore Montessori Public is a mission-driven school in the urban heart of Baltimore City’s
Arts and Entertainment District. Founded in 2008, we serve a diverse and vibrant
community of students aged 3 through 8th grade. Our school features an extensive Seed to
Table program, a beautiful outdoor learning and play space, a recently rehabilitated historic
building, a talented and dedicated staff, a supportive and visionary administration, a
dynamic and engaged parent community, and fruitful partnerships with local universities and
cultural centers. With a waitlist of over 600 students, Baltimore Montessori Public is
Baltimore City’s only public Montessori school and the charter school with the highest
We are currently inviting applications for a lead guide for an elementary classroom.
The ideal candidate is a creative, energetic, and flexible lifelong learner who is committed to
meeting the needs of every child in a collaborative and inclusive environment, and believes
all children should have access to a high quality Montessori education. To be considered,
candidates must possess Montessori certification and be eligible for or willing to work
toward certification by the State of Maryland. Submit a letter of interest, resume, and three
references for prompt consideration to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the
position, please visit our website at bmpcs.org.
Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School (BMPCS) is located in the heart of Baltimore
City’s historic Greenmount West community. Propelled by the belief that all children deserve
access to a high-quality Montessori education regardless of income status, and inspired by
the growing number of public Montessori schools around the country, Baltimore Montessori
was founded in 2008. Today, we serve a diverse and vibrant community of 560 students in
PreK(3’s) through 8th grade. Our school features a Seed to Table program, a beautiful
outdoor environment, a rehabilitated historic building, a talented and dedicated staff, a
supportive and visionary administration, and a dynamic and engaged parent community. As
part of a school-wide commitment to lifelong learning, we cultivate strategic partnerships to
bolster our capacity and promote the exchange of best practices. With a waiting list of over
600 students, Baltimore Montessori Public is Baltimore City’s only public Montessori school.
BMPCS is managed and directed by the non-profit organization, Baltimore Montessori Inc.
(BMI), which holds and is responsible for the school’s charter contract. BMI and BMPCS are
committed to providing an equitable and inclusive environment that supports the well-being
of all students, families, and staff in our community.
Our mission is to build a diverse and respectful community of joyfully engaged learners by
providing a holistic Montessori environment that supports individual fulfillment, compassion,
self-discipline, lifelong learning, and a deep awareness of our responsibility to contribute
meaningfully to our world. The vision of Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School is to
nurture a love of learning in a small, family-like environment by providing an extraordinary
and proven Montessori public school experience.
The Executive Director is responsible for leading Baltimore Montessori in its next phase of
growth. The primary focus of this role is to provide leadership for emerging opportunities
and strategic initiatives that further the mission of the school while ensuring the health,
equitable practices, and sustainability of the organization. The Executive Director serves as
the chief spokesperson for the organization and ensures proper dialogue and
representation among internal and external stakeholders.
Under the direction of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is the senior
administrator and visionary leader of Baltimore Montessori Inc., charged with upholding the
vision and mission of the school, ensuring accountability for the charter contract and
strategic goals, supporting governance, community relations and charter advocacy, and
overseeing non-profit management. The Executive Director is a non-voting member of the
Board of Directors and serves on all Board committees. The anticipated start date for this
position is June 1, 2022.
Submit a letter of interest and resume for prompt consideration to email@example.com. For
more information about the position, please visit our website at bmpcs.org.