The process was very quick and easy. I went in and did the interview in about 30 - 45 minutes. Just be yourself and try to remain calm.
I applied for the associate teacher position in August, had a phone interview and then a in person interview. The director told me she would call me by the end of the week. Never did, so I called numerous times. She finally told me to look out for some emails for my reference information checks. That took a whole week. And I received an email from the reference check company. And then I had to pick up this new employee packet with fingerprint documents & physical examination forms. And then I have to go through another background check & get service letters filled out. But I don’t have a start date yet. This has been the longest and most stressful process EVER! I’ve been a preschool teacher for 7 years and never had to go through this much stuff to get a job! I definitely hope it’s worth it!
My firstround of interview is done with center director she told me you will get call from hr department but i didnot got call..
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.
Answer questions related to past experiences and how you would respond to certain situations with children or other staff members.
Answered - Primary Preschool Teacher (Former Employee) - Massachusetts
Sat down with center director- was asked about my previous employment and experience working with children and my schooling. Then I was thrown in the classroom to do a "trial run" which didn't prove anything considering I was in professional clothes not meant to be on the floor and the teachers were in the middle of their "lessons" and a new person disrupted the children's attention to focus.
Answered - Teacher Assistant (Former Employee) - Woodbury, NY
You meet with the Director and an education coordinator for your interview. They go through a list of questions such as availability, long term goals, your experience, etc. They talk about the company and it's goal.
Answered - Teacher (Former Employee) - San Jose, CA
The interview process is very long. Although quiet thorough.
Answered - Customer Service Administrative Manager (Current Employee) - New York, NY
Face to face, working interview, if it works, then another interview to go over the working interview, backgrounds, paper work, hiring, training for 2 weeks
Answered - Director/School Age Director (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL
It's very simple, my favorite part of the interview was the "working" interview where you go into a classroom and interact with the children for 30 minutes or less just to get a feel of the experience and also a chance to show off your skills and ask questions to the current employees.
Answered - Associate Teacher (Current Employee) - Rosslyn, VA