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Authentic Institute of Montessori is a non-profit organization with a small, dedicated team providing online Montessori certification and professional development courses. 

Infant Toddler Assistant Level Coordinator

The Assistant Level Coordinator is an essential position in giving our students the best learning experience possible while coordinating closely with other AIM Faculty and Staff. This position requires extensive knowledge of the Infant Toddler Level Montessori Teacher Training as well as experience working with adult learners. 



  • Graduate of a MACTE-Accredited Infant-Toddler Teaching program
  • 3+ year teaching experience in an Infant-Toddler Montessori Classroom
  • Enthusiastic, collaborative, dedicated and focused on providing top-quality support and mentorship to AIM students and faculty
  • Detail-oriented, proactive and responsible
  • Ability to work remotely and facilitate meetings
  • Ability to travel occasionally
  • Superior interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to collaborate and communicate effectively with individuals across an organization


  • Skilled at Microsoft Teams, Word, OneDrive
  • Experience with Zoom


  • Maintain Vision of quality and reputation of Authentic Institute of Montessori (AIM)
  • Read, sign, and follow the published AIM Employee Handbook
  • Attend staff and faculty meetings regularly
  • Participate in developing strategic direction of AIM’s programs and courses
  • Become familiar with all policies as stated in Student Handbook for Infant-Toddler courses & programs
  • Become familiar with contents of MACTE Handbook, including competencies of adult learners
  • Communicate with co-workers to inform, support, learn, collaborate, innovate and share in decision making
  • Work with Level Coordinator to coordinate and communicate with students about online academic course, residency, internship, and graduation requirements
  • Coordinate with Level Coordinator and Program Director on any recommended changes to the course and manuals
  • Train and develop other Infant-Toddler faculty members
  • Develop and present webinars, courses, and aim shorts for marketing and educational purposes
  • Conduct (or coordinate) final exams with students

    Online Academic Course Support
  • Works with Level Coordinator to ensure that all tasks are competed for the students in enrolled in this specific level
  • Provide students with support, encouragement, and feedback in a timely manner
  • Answer questions and help students with course work and technical problems
  • Coordinate and train Online Faculty Advisors
  • Understand online course and related materials

  • Travel to the Residency location (currently Bozeman, MT) for at least 3 weeks per year
  • Travel to Vietnam 1-2 times per year for residencies
  • Assist the Level Coordinator in planning and coordinating location, dates, and times of the annual residency
  • Prepare for and plan residency content with Level Coordinator
  • Create exemplary AIM Classroom setting
  • Coordinate requirements and budget with Level Coordinator
  • Attend & teach at the residency
  • Gather and reflect on feedback from other faculty and attendees
  • Develop, edit, and revise online Residency course

    Student Internship Support
  • Coordinate and Train Internship Mentors
  • Review and approve internship application documents
  • Assist Level Coordinator in Coordinating field representative observation visits of interns
  • Document written intern evaluations for classroom observations
  • Revise online internship course in consultation with Level Coordinator
Job Type

approx. 20 hours a week


Flexible Hours
Travel Occasionally Required

Access to our course libraries, professional development courses, and webinars at no charge

Field Representatives

We are looking for experienced Infant-Toddler, Early Childhood, Elementary I and Elementary II Montessori educators to join our team as Field Representatives for our MACTE accredited Montessori Certification Courses.


  • A bachelor’s degree
  • A Montessori teacher diploma for the age level of supervision 
  • A minimum of three (3) years of experience teaching children in a Montessori classroom at the age level of certification following receipt of the teaching credential
  • Evidence of continuing professional growth
  • Experience working with and instructing adult learners
  • We guarantee you an exceptional experience with flexible learning paths and professional guidance.


  • Visit and mentor Authentic Institute of Montessori (AIM) student teachers during their Internship year.

    During these school visits the AIM Field Representative is asked to:
  • Observe a full morning work cycle;
  • Meet with the intern to discuss how they feel they are doing in the classroom;
  • Meet with the the supervising teacher and/or head of school to discuss the intern’s performance in the classroom; and
  • Prepare an Field Representative Evaluation Report that is shared with the intern and uploaded into their internship course.
Job Type



Flexible Hours
Travel Occasionally Required

Access to our professional development seminar library at no charge