Work With Us
The Lemberg Children's Center staff is a team of devoted and highly trained childcare experts. We welcome Brandeis and area-college students interested in early childhood education to apply to be considered for a teaching assistant position.
Teaching assistants (e.g., interns, trainees, student teachers, substitute TAs) work directly with children ages 2 months - 7 years under the supervision of our highly experienced head teachers. During the school year these positions are part time, generally six to 20 hours a week. In the summer months, from May to September, there are many full-time positions available.
While the University is in session, we require all students applying for paid positions to have Federal Work Study. However, we will hire non-work-study applicants during the following periods (for exact dates, check the academic calendar):
- February vacation
- Passover vacation
- Summer session (mid June - mid August)
If you would like to work as a volunteer, please fill out the above job application and email it to email@example.com.
The Center for Early Childhood Teacher Development staff includes a teaching fellow in each of our classrooms. This paid faculty position is for recent college graduates with early childhood education experience, a BA/BS degree in EEC or a related major. Among other things, they will develop strong teaching and supervisory skills while working in our model classrooms.
Each Fellow works and studies under guidance of a mentor teacher. Their responsibilities include implementation of school philosophy, policies and curriculum. Fellows also support the development of Teaching Assistants (TAs), who come mostly from Brandeis University. There are 2 or 3 TAs throughout the day in each classroom with a Teaching Fellow and Head Teacher.
To apply for this program please send your resume, cover letter and three professional references to Howard Baker.
Our head teachers are primary caregivers to our children as well as mentor teachers to Brandeis University students, student teachers, and Teaching Fellows. They work collaboratively in planning curricula, meeting with parents, and evaluating the program.
The position is 40 hours per week, with a daily 6 hours of in-classroom time plus 1 hour of planning time (classroom hours are scheduled between 8 -6 pm), plus one evening a week for a staff meeting.
To apply for this position, please send your resume, cover letter and three professional references to Howard Baker.