Employment Opportunities:

Do you love working with young kids? Are you excited by the chance to live and work in Yellowstone National Park? See below for all the ways you can work with us! 


LPLC Center Director







The Director is responsible for the daily operations of programs services at Little People’s Learning Center. The ability to manage multiple priorities, while maintaining compliance and professionalism in a fun environment, is essential. Success in this position requires strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.



  • Manage LPLC daily operations, including developing standard operating procedures in

  • line with policies set by LPLC Board.

  • Research and propose policy changes to the board in line with current early childhood

  • Directly supervise all other employees, including the assistant director(s) and teachers.

  • Attend and participate in all Board meetings.

  • Organize and lead all staff meetings.

  • Oversee all safety management, facility maintenance, and adherence to all laws and

  • licensing regulations. Maintain familiarity with all applicable State and Federal guidelines.

  • Maintain contact with the Board, working with Board President to ensure efficient

  • meetings and ongoing effective Board action.

  • Work with treasurer to develop an annual budget

  • Track expenses and prepare quarterly and annual reports in line with approved budget

  • Bill families and agencies for tuition, pulls timesheets and sends in payroll (in conjunction

  • with treasurer)

  • Oversee programs including payroll, benefits, employee development, and vendor relationships.

  • Cover classrooms for teacher breaks, prep time, playground time when needed.

  • Responsible for helping teachers develop and implement age-appropriate curriculum.

  • Retrieve food and supplies for the center as needed (with Assistant Director)

  • Help initiate fundraisers; attends fundraising events.

  • Research and writes grants as necessary

  • Compile and send weekly updates to parents and staff

  • Manage staff including scheduling, evaluations, disciplinary actions, recruitment, hiring, onboarding/offboarding, and general employee relations.

  • Delegate responsibilities to assistant directors and teachers as appropriate.

  • Maintain correspondence with parents and Treasurer regarding billing, enrollment, and

  • scheduling; helps to ensure that parents understand and meet enrollment policies.

  • Work with new families to determine schedule and space, and track and anticipate

  • Foster a collaborative, team-oriented environment with LPLC employees and families 


  • At least two years of education and/or experience equivalent in the areas of early childhood management, or early childhood education, child development, nursing or other related field; or a professional degree in the field of early childhood education and management

  • Self-motivated with a sound approach to problem solving and timely task completion

  • Team leader with excellent oral and written communication skills

  • Ability to represent Little People’s Learning Center in a courteous and professional manner

  • Experience with business budgeting and grant writing preferred


  • Salary of $35,000 - $40,000 depending on experience

  • Vacation and sick leave

  • Employer-contributed Health Savings Account 

  • Employee rates on childcare


To apply, please email a cover letter, resume and list of 3 professional references to littlepeoples330@gmail.com

Part Time/Substitute Teacher


Are you looking for a way to work with kids, but not able to commit to a full time position? We are always looking for fun, team oriented people to join our roster of substitute and part-time employees. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Emma Ewert at director.littlepeoples@gmail.com.