Employment Openings

UCDS Studio Infant/Toddler Program - Part-time, Paid Internship

The University Child Development School Studio Infant/Toddler, an innovative Reggio inspired program is seeking a beginning or aspiring teacher to join our collaborative teaching team as a part-time paid intern.

The UCDS Studio draws from the most current scientific research on early learning and brain development and is inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach. The UCDS Studio program celebrates each child as unique, competent and ready to learn, and provides a stimulating, secure environment for children to explore, question, discover and create. Children build understanding, make connections and foster relationships through project work and collaborative play. The arts are integrated as tools for cognitive, linguistic and social development and expression.

Successful candidates will have a passion for working with children and be interested in learning a variety of skills related to educating young children, teaching collaboratively, and building curriculum based on children’s interests and developmental needs.

Typical Hours: Monday-Friday, 2-6:00pm, AND between 1-3 full-day professional development days throughout the year.

We are currently scheduling interviews for this position. To apply, submit a resume and cover letter (application will not be considered without a cover letter) to:

Katie Walters-Krohn
UCDS Studio
5062 9th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105

Email:
Fax: 206-547-3615


UCDS Studio Infant/Toddler Program - Extended Day Program Teacher

The University Child Development School Studio Infant/Toddler, an innovative Reggio inspired program is seeking an Extended Day Program (EDP) teacher to join our collaborative teaching team as a part-time, hourly employee.

The UCDS Studio draws from the most current scientific research on early learning and brain development and is inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach. The UCDS Studio program celebrates each child as unique, competent and ready to learn, and provides a stimulating, secure environment for children to explore, question, discover and create. Children build understanding, make connections and foster relationships through project work and collaborative play. The arts are integrated as tools for cognitive, linguistic and social development and expression.

Successful candidates are creative, dynamic and passionate, and have experience working with young children. Main responsibilities include collaborating with classroom teachers to create EDP curriculum and projects based on the interests of the children.

Typical Hours: Monday-Friday, 2-6:00pm, AND between 1-3 full-day professional development days throughout the year.

We are currently scheduling interviews for this position. To apply, submit a resume and cover letter (application will not be considered without a cover letter) to:

Katie Walters-Krohn
UCDS Studio
5062 9th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105

Email:
Fax: 206-547-3615


Resident Teacher

Thank you, our hiring process has closed for the 2014–2015 school year. We will begin accepting applications again in February 2015.


University Child Development School is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to promoting diversity in the workplace and to seeking a diverse and broad spectrum of qualified candidates. The School does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex, gender or gender identity, age or sexual orientation.