Boundary Bay Montessori School is operated by the non-profit Board, Montessori in Delta Society (MIND). The school was established in 1990 and is located in South Delta. We are situated in a natural pastoral setting with a wonderful view of the Cascade Mountains in the background. The current school houses Casa (3-6), Lower elementary (6-9) and Upper Elementary (9-12) classrooms. We have experienced Montessori Directresses who value working in a professional educational environment where collaboration is valued, innovation is welcomed and mentoring is available to create a team approach to working and learning. If you would like to join our team, we will be looking for people to fill the following positions.

Position: AMI/MACTE Lower & Upper Elementary Guide and/or Assistant:
Start Date: September 2022


  • Implement a Montessori prepared environment for the 6-9 or 9-12 age child
  • Plan & maintain a stimulating & developmentally appropriate environment both indoors and outdoors that supports the health & wellbeing of the child
  • Exercise respect, patience, and empathy with children & families
  • Maintain parent communication & record keeping (oral & electronic)
  • Meet Ministry of Education learning & reporting requirements on each student
  • Work productively & cooperatively as a co-guide or assistant in the classroom
  • Keep up to date with professional development

Employment Terms:

  • Continuing Contract upon 2-year completion of work cycle
  • Salary or wage is based on qualifications, experience and role
  • Benefit Package (Flexible: EH & Dental, Lifestyle, or RRSP contribution)
  • Professional Development allocation

**sponsorship available for candidates needing to update parts of their certification

Application Process
When applying for the above positions all candidates should include:

  • Cover Letter
  • Resume C/V
  • 3 References
  • Copies of Certifications: Montessori Accreditation, eligibility for BC Independent School Certification, Additional courses/training

Direct your application to Sharee Proudfoot, Academic Director