The Denise Louie Education Center

Current Openings

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  • Preschool Education Supervisor

    Start date: ASAP

    The Education Supervisor will provide supervision of education staff to ensure children have a high quality preschool experience (at center) and all licensing, Federal, State and City requirements are being implemented. This position is for the school year starting in September. This is full time for 10 months with summers off.

  • Preschool Lead Teacher

    Start date: ASAP

    Seeking lead teachers who have an AA, BA, or advanced degree in early childhood education; and, have extensive understanding of child development, love children and are passionate about our mission to promote school and life readiness by providing multicultural early learning services to children and families, especially those who need our services the most.

  • Family Service Specialist / Classroom Aide

    Start date: August 2017

    The Family Services Specialist/Classroom Aide works to build relationships with families and their children to  develop partnership agreements to assist them in achieving family identified goals and accessing community resources that will assist them in effecting positive change in their lives. The Family Services Specialist/Classroom Aide contacts families on their case load regularly to assist them with ensuring they have an ongoing source of medical and dental care, ensuring families follow up with health concerns, assisting families in accessing emergency help, family literacy resources, etc.


  • Early Head Start – Home Visitor – Bilingual in Amharic, Oromo and/or Tigrinya

    Start date: ASAP

    The Early Head Start Home Visitor will provide home-based educational and support services to enrolled families with young children, or expectant parents, and maintain a minimum caseload of 10-12 families.

    We are looking for individuals who can speak, read and write English as well as have the ability to communicate effectively in Amharic, Oromo, and/or Tigrinya.

  • Positive Behavior Support Assistant

    Start date: August 2017

    Denise Louie Education Center needs the best classroom teams to support the excellence of every child. In some cases, there is a child who needs a little more attention. The Positive Behavior Support Assistant will provide direct 1-1 support where needed or support to multiple classrooms.

  • Family & Community Partnerships Coordinator – EHS

    Start date: Immediately

    The Family and Community Partnerships Coordinator (FCPC) will ensure families are connected to community resources based on their interests and needs. The FCPC will coordinate parent meetings, socializations and other opportunities for families to be involved in the program. The FCPC will develop and maintain partnerships with community organizations that bring resources to the program and Denise Louie Education Center (DLEC).  The Family and Community Partnership Coordinator will establishing and maintain working relationships with community agencies for referrals for potential children and their families.  The FCPC will create an active, ongoing process to inform, recruit, support and facilitate the DLEC enrollment process for children and their families in our community.

    Please complete the online application or download the application from the front page of Careers and submit this with  a cover letter and resume to and/or by mail/fax to: Denise Louie Education Center, 1930 6th Avenue S., Suite 401, Seattle, WA 98134 or fax: 206-260-8853. PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS OR WALK-INS.

  • Play & Learn Facilitator – 4 hours per week

    Start date: ASAP

    Play and Learn is getting ready for September and is in need of one, maybe two facilitators who will have some fun with supporting the Play & Learn groups.

    This is a a 4 hour per week obligation.

    Please see the full job description for all the specific duties and job requirements.

  • Substitute Teacher / Child Care

    Start date: Immediately

    Provides on-call coverage to absentee teacher. Will assist the teaching team in implementing individualized, daily educational program for a group of pre-school aged children in a multicultural, multilingual, bias free environment.

  • During the 2011-12 school year, 84% of enrolled children received a dental exam. Of those, 60% needed follow-up dental treatment. Since oral health is linked to student achievement, we emphasize the importance of taking care of dental issues before they escalate and affect a child’s development.