Questions and Answers about The Goddard School

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at The Goddard School.

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I have interview on Monday after 3 days. Any suggestions for interview?. How much is the payroll and what are the benefits?

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Make sure to ask questions, the turnover rate is quite high. Rarely do the owners or directors make it so that you want to stay.

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High turnover, poor pay, poor management.
I only stayed as long as I did because I really loved my kids.
My advice don't work there.

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When interviewing a candidate for a position the Director would place the potential employee in a classroom with a strong teacher, with the intention of getting that teachers perspective on the candidate. Always get low, down to the children's eye level. Make sure to have conversations with the children, not the teachers! Be intentional when playing with the them, ask open-ended questions.

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When you go in for a trail day make sure you jump in and help the teachers. The hiring manager will ask the teachers how helpful you were and depending on what they say you will get the job.

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Don't work there

Answered - Teacher (Former Employee) - Loveland, OH

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Just be yourself, but I wouldnt recommend taking this job if you have bills to pay. It's a wonderful summer job if you are in between semesters, but not as a full time, year round job. It is not a career.

Answered - Lead Teacher (Former Employee) - Cypress, TX

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Ask questions, look around, depending on your position, see if you get reimbursed for funds to fix things. Ratios are correct and teachers are qualified and pay is fair.

Answered - Apple Accreditation Consultant (Former Employee) - San Pablo, FL

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Beware! high turnover, extremely poor management.

Answered - Teacher (Former Employee) - Franklin, TN

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