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6 weeks from applying to beginning training

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You're interviewed about your experience, knowledge, and how you would handle specific situations. Then you do a working interview in a classroom where you interact with children and teachers provide feedback about how you did.

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The only reason I left Bright Horizons is because the center where I was working closed and there no other opportunities near where I lived. I wish there were because it was a great company with high standards for employees, children and families.

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Better pay, more resources and benefits along with treating employees better.

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They were great working with hours. 8 hour shifts typically.

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After you apply, a recruiter calls you to discuss which age groups you would work best with, then that recruiter sets you up with the center to schedule an interview. After the interview (mine was myself and another candidate answering questions to the Director, Assistant Director, and an Education Coordinator) you are invited to visit the age group you have applied to work with in a working interview. During the working interview, you can do an activity, ask questions, read a book, etc. with the class.

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Bright Horizons pays biweekly

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Great company overall but should pay higher salaries.

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It depends on the season; during the summer and holidays there would be a large capacity of children because schools are closed around that time. You would have your full-time and part-time teachers and the teachers that would just come in to cover your lunch break. Instead of one teacher per classroom; you would have two or three per ratio.

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