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If you are interested in a position here at Little Linguists please fill out our inquiry page, click here to go to the inquiry page.

How to Apply
  1. Read the career discriptions on the Career Opportunities page.
  2. Please fill out an inquiry, detailing the job you are interested in. Our Office Manager will get back to you in a few days.
  3. Upon recieving an email from our Office Manager please send a resume.
Hiring Process
  1. We will first recommend you fill our an application via clicking here.
  2. You will need to complete a state mandated background check.
  3. If all completed you will be asked to come in for a interview.
  4. We will get back to you with a decision in 3-4 buisness days.
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Office Administrator
Reports to:  Director of the Center and Owner
 The Office Administrator plays a central role in reinforcing a welcoming, warm, and nurturing culture for young children and their families when they enter and visit our school. The Office Administrator is the first point of engagement  for many families and therefore must have a comprehensive understanding of and affinity for effective customer service and engagement practices. 

The Office Administrator is responsible for all administrative functions and processes for the school staff and faculty and is a vital partner for the professional leadership and teachers in school and camp to achieve all objectives. In addition, the administrator provides administrative support for the Parent's Association when appropriate. 

The administrative assistant works on a 40 hour per week basis to complete the various clerical and administrative functions required by the department. Hours for this position are generally between 6:30am and 6:30pm, Monday through Friday. Other hours and weekends may be assigned to meet the needs of the agency. 


  • Demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer service and make independent judgments.
  • Demonstrated ability to engage, communicate and interact with children and families.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office with expertise in Excel preferred.
  • Ability to learn new online platforms utilized  such as Procare and Renweb
  • Proficiency in Social Media utilization.
  • Knowledge of programs and services offered by LLIP.
  • Knowledge of general office equipment to include copy machine.
  •  High School diploma required; two years prior experience in an administrative position.
  • Greeting parents and children throughout the day; answering questions and providing triage to appropriate staff when necessary.
  • Consistently offering the highest level of personalized member service while maintaining a positive enthusiastic and helpful attitude.
  • Answering general inquiries from members regarding school, camp and program registrations including payment. Post and process payments, bill late charges and late pick ups daily
  • Providing comprehensive office support including but not limited to answering the telephone, photocopying, data entry, creation of spreadsheets, labels, mailings, faxing, filing, answering phones, drafting letters and contracts, calendaring, and general office organization.
  • Generating data reports as needed.
  • Supporting the Parents Association as directed.
  • Maintaining current files, for children and staff.
  • Ensuring all accounts are well handled and up to date. Follow up on all accounts by the 5th of each month, and collect all tuition payments due.
  • Participating in department and agency training, staff meetings, committees and special events.
  • Maintaining and enforcing agency policies and procedures.
To provide office support and occasional substituting for Child Care Center including general duties listed below.
Vendor / Maintenance Management: With approval from Director, pay vendors such as HVAC, Handy Men, Allgood Pest etc
General Duties and Responsibilities
  • Perform reception duties of greeting parents, prospective parents, visitors, etc.
  • Answer phones and return messages within 24 hours
  • Assist with providing clerical support for Directors and Owner as needed
  • Work as a member of an office team, accepting leadership responsibility or assisting with projects as they arise.
  • Assist with prospective parent tours, play dates and concerns
  • Keep children’s files up to date and orderly.
  • Assist with maintaining children’s and employee files.
  • Assist with general office duties—check email, accept payments, order supplies, run errands as needed.
  • Maintain Social Media
  • Take pictures
  • Prepare and email newsletter every month
  • Laminate smaller items for teachers
  • Data entry Procare and Renweb (parents and staff)
  • Review and straighten up children’s and teacher’s files prior to state inspection
  • Help with Family night and all special events
  • Substitute/cover breaks in classrooms as needed
  • Notify Director and Owner of any absences, record in Procare, and recommend solutions to ensure proper coverage and ratios

Reports To: Education Coordinator

General Description
Responsible for planning and implementing instruction and assessing child growth and development in the classroom in accordance with Bright from the Start, Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning, NAEYC and the LLIP policies, goals, objectives, mission and values.
Responsible for supervision of Co-Lead Teacher and Assistant Teacher.



  • Facilitate learning opportunities for children in the Spanish or French Language.
  • Attends to custodial needs of children. (Diaper changing, assisting with toileting, etc.)
  • Plans and implements developmentally appropriate lessons and activities.
  • Makes adaptations in the program and teaching style to meet the needs of individual children with concern for their interests, special needs and talents, and individual style and pace of learning
  • Assists and interacts with individual children or small groups of children involved in activities
  • Assures physical safety of children during program activities
  • Maintains a clean and healthy environment by following sanitation procedures
  • Trains classroom staff and supervises their teaching methods
  • Consults with teachers from other programs.
  • Consults with parents regarding children’s progress through parent conferences.
  • Plans and implements one staff training meeting each school year, and attends all staff and parent meetings.
  • Responsible for orderly room arrangement and classroom environment, to include classroom housekeeping responsibilities.*(Toy sanitation, sweeping floors, cleaning furniture, etc.)
  • Attends all training as required for professional growth and development both during and outside of normal center operating hours.
  • Distributes weekly or monthly newsletters to the parents.
  • Completes individual portfolios on children for future planning and to assess their progress.
  • Assists with and attends public relations, recruitment and family events sponsored by the school both during and outside normal center hours of operation.
  • Prepares and submits all required reports in a timely manner.
  • Treats children with respect and dignity especially in regard to their cultural and socioeconomic background.
  • Effectively communicates with parents.
  • Observe and document each child’s development in daily reports, portfolios, team meetings, progress reports.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements and Qualification

  • Must meet current Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning Lead Teacher Credential requirement
  • Degree and previous experience in ECE or related field
  • Fluent in Spanish or French
  • Comprehensive knowledge of child development
  • Ability to work under pressure and noisy conditions and respond to numerous needs at once
  • Able to handle exposure to bites, scratches, kicks and hitting from children
  • Able to lift children of varying weights as needed; greater frequency for infants/toddlers
Job Overview
Executive CHEF
 Atlanta, GA
Job Overview
Responsible for all aspects of managing the Kitchen and Kitchen personnel, ensuring the quality preparation of all menu items and proper handling/storage of all food items in accordance with standards. Coordinates the purchase of all food and develops menus, maintaining approved food costs and labor costs.
REPORTS TO: Director of Operations
General Responsibilities
  • Maintain complete knowledge of and comply with all departmental policies/service procedures/standards.
  • Maintain complete knowledge of correct maintenance and use of equipment. Use equipment only as intended.
  • Anticipate operational’ needs, respond promptly and acknowledge all issues and challenges, however busy and whatever time of day.
  • Maintain positive guest relations at all times.
  • Be familiar with all services/features and local attractions/activities to respond to guest inquiries accurately (including school tours, activities and events ).
  • Resolve guest complaints, ensuring guest satisfaction.
  • Monitor and maintain cleanliness, sanitation and organization of assigned work areas.
  • Review the daily activities; check the following:
  • Daily order sheets, waste sheets
  • Forecasted daily budget numbers
  • Catering activity
  • purchases
  • meetings
  • appointments
  • VIPs/special functions, cake productions
  • Establish the day's priorities and assign production and prep task to staff to execute.
  • Review daily specials and offer feedback to Sous Chefs/location chefs.
  • Review Special Order/Cake orders and make note of any changes; post revisions as they occur.
  • Meet with Sous Chef to review schedules, assignments, anticipated business levels, changes and other information pertinent to the job performance.
  • Communicate additions or changes to the assignments as they arise throughout the shift.
  • Supervise physical inventory of specified food items for monthly inventory.
  • Review all order and waste sheets
  • Inspect all purchases for quality, day’s supplies and ensure that they are received and stored correctly. Communicate needs with team. Ensure quality of products received.
  • Meet with Stewards to review equipment needs, cleaning schedule/project status, Health/Safety and sanitation follow up.
  • Ensure that staff report to work as scheduled; document any late or absent employees.
  • Coordinate breaks for staff.
  • Inspect grooming and attire of staff; rectify any deficiencies.
  • Check and ensure that all opening duties are completed to standard.
  • Ensure that each Kitchen work area is stocked with specified tools, supplies and equipment to meet the business demand.
  • Ensure that recipe cards (menu matrix), production schedules, plating guides, photographs are current and posted.
  • Check printers, fax, label machine; ensure they are in working order and there is enough paper, labels available for the shift.
  • Ensure that all staff prepares menu items following recipes and yield guides, according to department standards.
  • Monitor performance of staff and ensure all procedures are completed to the department standards; rectify deficiencies with respective personnel.
  • Work on line during service and assist wherever needed.
  • Be aware of any shortages and make arrangements before the item runs out.
  • Ensure that F&B Service Staff are informed of 86'd items and amount of available menu specials throughout the meal period.
  • Conduct a frequent walk- through of each Kitchen area and direct respective personnel to correct any deficiencies. Ensure that quality and details are being maintained.
  • Inspect the cleanliness of the line, floor, and all Kitchen stations. Direct staff to rectify any deficiencies.
  • Ensure that staff maintain and strictly abide by State sanitation/Health regulations and overall operation requirements.
  • Maintain proper storage procedures as specified by Health Department and Hotel requirements.
  • Instruct staff in the correct usage and care of all machinery in the Kitchen operation, stressing safety.
  • Complete work orders for maintenance repairs and direct accordingly.
  • Develop new menu items, test and write recipes.
  • Assist with Catering Needs ,developing special menus , set menu date base available
  • Review sales and food cost daily; resolve any discrepancies and report to Director of Operations.
  • Minimize waste and maintain controls to attain forecasted food and labor costs.
  • Ensure that excess items are utilized efficiently.
  • Monitor and ensure that all closing duties are completed to standard before staff sign out.
  • Foster and promote a cooperative working climate, maximizing productivity and employee morale.
  • Provide feedback to staff on their performance; handle disciplinary problems and counsel employees according to Company standards.
  • Conduct scheduled performance appraisals.
  • Interview and hire new personnel according to Company policies and standards.
  • Review weekly work schedules for all Kitchen personnel in accordance with staffing guidelines and forecasted labor costs. Adjust schedules throughout the week to meet business demands.
  • Prepare daily/weekly payroll reports.
  • Document pertinent information in the log book and follow up on items notated during other shifts.
  • Constantly look into developing new recipes, menu ideas.
  • Be actively involved in all operations, schedule time accordingly to divide time evenly
  • Conduct trainings and provide guidance to all locations
  • Be a vital part in developing new locations, in particular menu design, kitchen equipment needs…etc.
  • Have a good understanding of overall financial picture and ensure all documents submitted are accurately.
  • Plan and conduct monthly departmental meetings.
  • Attend weekly staff meetings, Director/ Owner Mgr meetings.
  • Return business telephone calls.
  • Answer correspondence.
  • Research local farm products, new suppliers, special markets.
  • Attend gourmet shows, food and wine meetings.
  • Perform at special events and off-premise functions.
  • Schedule and conduct month-end inventories.
  • Prepare menu analysis and recipe costing.
  • Weekly one on ones with Director of Operations
Discretion / Independent Judgment
This position does represent the company in handling complaints, arbitrating disputes or resolving grievances as will be expected to work with guests and visitors to ensure satisfaction. He or she will have to take initiative and get creative in resolving guest challenges and involve a supervisor only when previous methods have been unsuccessful.
Job Qualifications
  • High school diploma or equivalent preferred
  • Previous culinary experience
  • Must know and understand US currency to make change
  • Basic mathematical skills required
  • Excellent oral communication skills required
  • Positive interpersonal skills required
  • Must speak and write English fluently
FLSA Information
  • Non-exempt
ADA Information
Physical Requirements
  • Ability to speak and hear
  • Close and distance vision
  • Identify and distinguish colors
  • Frequent standing with some walking
  • Will stand for long periods of time
  • Frequently lifts/carries up to 5 lbs
  • Occasionally lifts/carries up to 25 lbs
  • Occasionally pushes/pulls less than 50 lbs
  • Continual use of manual dexterity and gross motor skills with frequent use of bi-manual dexterity and fine motor skills
  • Able to reach hands and arms in any direction and kneel and stoop repeatedly
Working Conditions
  • Generally, in an indoor setting
  • May be in inclement weather situations (rain, wind)
  • Will work near moving or mechanical parts
  • Varying schedule to include evenings, holidays and extended hours as business dictates
Job Type: Full-time
Day Rate of $136 per day
Required education:
  • High school or equivalent
Required experience:
  • Executive Chef: 2 years
· Weekly Menu due on Thursday prior to the week with updates reflecting the inventory
· Inventory of raw materials needed to run the school nutrition department
· Shopping list for both Farmers Market, Cosco online orders no later than Monday.
· Breakfast for East Point delivered into 2 rooms with components for the food program (Infants, Threes)
· Lunch for East Point delivered to 7 rooms 2 Green School Room, 1 Infant, 2 Toddlers, 1 PreK and 1 Three year old room
· Meals packaged for Decatur no later than 10:45 and ready in the vehicle to deliver.   Meals include Breakfast for the next day, Lunch and Snack for the current day, supplies for coffee and school materials.
· Support for teacher projects with school raw materials such as flour, baking powder, food coloring, sensory items or baking projects.
· Labeled containers in storage, delivery items and separate items for students with allergy preferences.

Reports To: Director

General Description

Performs entry-level duties under the supervision of office and teaching staff  in accordance with Bright from the Start, Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning, NAEYC and the LLIP policies, goals, objectives, mission and values. Work shifts fall between 6:30am to 6:30pm, Monday-Friday with occasional weekends.  Schedules are completed every Thursday. To be considered for the next week’s schedule, you MUST email the director by 3pm every Wednesday with your availability. Number of hours will be between 8 and 29 hours and hours are not guaranteed. Locations are at East Point and Decatur as assigned.
Essential Functions
  • Delivery of food from East Point to Decatur on daily basis
  • Assists with room arrangement and classroom environment, to include classroom housekeeping responsibilities. *(Washing sheets and blankets, sanitizing cots, toy sanitation, sweeping floors, cleaning furniture, etc.)
  • Assist with Opening and Closing Duties as assigned
  • Assists with maintaining school grounds as needed (pick up trash, maintain toys maintained)
  • Help with packing and unpacking of boxes with materials and furniture for a corporate move
  • Duties may include personal assistant duties for staff (pick up dry cleaning, pick up and drop off of staff children)


  • Assists with providing physical care for infants, including feeding and diapering.
  • Assists with providing physical care for toddlers, including toilet training, teaching them to dress themselves, wash their hands and feed themselves.
  • Assists with providing physical care for preschool children, including supervising dressing, hand washing, toileting, and dental hygiene.
  • Assists with coordinating developmentally appropriate indoor and outdoor activities for the children.
  • Assures physical safety of all children in the classroom and play area.
  • Manage group sizes within state ratios
  • Attends all training as required for professional growth and development both during and outside of normal center operating hours.
  • Assists with and attends public relations and recruitment events sponsored by the school.
  • Treats children with respect and dignity especially in regard to their cultural and socioeconomic background.
  • Assists with and attends public relations, recruitment, special projects and family events sponsored by the school both during and outside normal center hours of operation.
  • Assist Lead Teacher in observing and documenting each child’s development in daily reports, portfolios, team meetings, progress reports.
  • Assists Lead Teacher with newsletter.
  • Effectively communicates with parents.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.


Job Requirements and Qualifications

  • Must meet current Georgia Department of Early Care and Teacher background requirements
  • Fluent in Spanish
  • CDA or Child Development Associate Degree and previous experience in ECE or related field
  • Ability to work under pressure and noisy conditions indoors and outdoors and respond to numerous needs at once.
  • Able to handle exposure to bites, scratches, kicks and hitting from children
  • Able to lift children of varying weights as needed; greater frequency for infants/toddlers, as well as food and supply boxes
  • Must complete a PDR profile with Georgia within 30 days of start date with an assigned Level.
  • Clean driving record report must be turned in within 30 days of start date.