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Throughout the year the Guild of St. Agnes hires people for various positions. To apply for a position at any of the Guild locations, please contact the Human Resource Department in Worcester at the address below. Once we receive your resume/application, we will review it to see if your qualifications match the requirements for the open position. Candidates who meet the qualifications for the hiring position will be contacted by the Director of Human Resources.  Please note, all positions require a love of children and a positive attitude.

Application for Employment

Please review the employment positions below. If you meet the qualifications, please send your resume and an Application for Employment, either

  •  By mail to Director of Human Resources 405 Grove Street Worcester, MA 01605 or
  •  By email to: Sharon Woodbury at: swoodbury@guildofstagnes.org

For general information on the qualifications needed to work in child care agencies, please contact the MA Department of Early Education and Care.

Assistant Teacher

Requirements include a high school degree and an innate understanding and love of children. In this position you will assist in shaping the classroom environment within agency guidelines by contributing to and maintaining a quality early childhood program. The ability to communicate effectively and to maintain a positive attitude is a must for this position.

Center Director

This position requires Director II qualifications set by the MA Department of Early Education and Care. A masters degree in Early Childhood or a related field is preferred. Supervisory experience, leadership talents and organizational skills are mandatory for this key position, along with effective working knowledge of the regulations and policies of the MA Department of Early Education and Care.

Site Coordinator

Site Coordinators must be 20 years of age, have previous supervision experience and meet one of the following requirements: a) have a high school diploma and two years of documented experience working with school age children ages 5 through 12, excellent communication skills and prior leadership experience; or, b) have a Bachelor’s degree in a related field and 6 months of documented experience with this age group or, c) have a Bachelor’s or Associates degree in an unrelated field and 9 months of documented experience working with this age group.

Teacher

Individuals interested in this position must meet the qualifications set by the MA Department of Early Education and Care. These qualifications include a grade of B or better in a college level course in Developmental Child Psychology and nine months of documented experience working with either infants/toddlers or pre-school children in a supervised setting. A willingness to continue your education is required. Applicants must demonstrate knowledge of children’s physical, social, emotional, and developmental patterns along with general learning theories and curriculum development.

Assistant Group Leader

This position requires a genuine interest in school age children. An Assistant Group Leader will assist the Group Leader in carrying out their responsibilities. To qualify for this position the applicant must be at least 16 years of age and have a high school diploma or be currently enrolled in a high school program.

Lead Teacher

The individual interested in this position must possess Lead Teacher certification by the MA Department of Early Education and Care. Preference will be given to applicants with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Education or a related field and two years experience. The applicant’s ability to demonstrate leadership skills, effective communication skills, working knowledge of the MA Department of Early Education and Care regulations, emotional maturity and stability are key in this management position.

Group Leader

Group Leaders must be at least 18 years of age and have one of the following experiences: A Bachelor or Associate degree and three months pf supervised experience working with school age children; A high school diploma and six months experience working with school age children, including three months supervised experience at a school age child care program; Nine months of experience with school age children, including three months supervised experience at a school age child care program.

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