Why work at Crossing Borders?
Would you like to be surrounded by students, teachers, and staff from around the world? The Crossing Borders team is integrated with people who believe and understand the importance of diversity, culture, and the ability to speak more than one language.
Our team members are from all over the world. Be ready to learn a few words of other languages and interact with different cultural backgrounds.
We are a tight-knit group of less than 30 people. We work together through daily challenges, of course, we also play together: workshops, trips, and a lot of laughing.
Our talented team members love working with children and have a commitment to high quality education. We are continuously looking for bilingual, creative, energetic, optimistic, proactive, enthusiastic, and joyful people. Sounds like you? Join our team.
Rewards We Offer
We want to offer our students a fun, dynamic, language immersion environment. Our team members are a big part of that effort. They are rewarded by seeing that their work helps to enable students to develop into confident, responsible, and independent children who are proficient in multiple languages.
Your work will have a lifelong and meaningful impact on the lives of our students. You will notice daily results. Crossing Borders has been teaching languages for more than 15 years and we keep working to build something meaningful and lasting.
Our team members also receive competitive salaries, paid holidays, development opportunities, career growth and advancement, plus other benefits you might not expect.
- Tuition discount for children of employees
- Parental Leave
- Fun and rewarding environment
- Mentor program
What We Ask
Please note that all positions require you to be able to speak (and joke in) fluent English and live within commutable distance of the center.
Our Lead Teachers are native speakers of the language they’ll teach; have teaching experience; and hold a CDA, education in Early Childhood, Teacher Certification, or a bachelor’s degree from a credited university in a related field.
Our School Aides are bilingual in any of the languages we teach, have coursework in Early Childhood Education, and experience working in a licensed early childhood center or school; however, we may be flexible if you have a stable work history and willingness to learn.