Job Board

Updated: Feb 26, 2021

Job Board

Updated: Feb 26, 2021

Job Board

Please see below for listings of open positions from the friends and associates of the Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training. Posting inquiries may be submitted to Holly Wallace at holly@bacwtt.org. Please include a brief job description of each position you are looking to fill, along with your contact information.

Heartwood Charter School

Seeking Grades Class Teachers for 2021-2022- Updated 2/26/21


Heartwood Charter School is a Waldorf-based charter school. We are a
growing K-7 program with the goal of becoming K-8.

We are in our seventh year of operation at our beautiful Camp Bothin
location and have existed as a public Waldorf program in the valley for the
past 15 years. Our campus is nestled on the edge of West Marin in a small
valley surrounded by 150 acres of wooded hills, trails, waterfalls and
seasonal creeks. Our classrooms reside in historic buildings, a cozy red
barn, and embracing yurts.

Our initiative is sustained by innovative pioneers and warm-hearted,
dedicated parents and teachers. We, the members of this educational
community, are courageous, enthusiastic, bold, kind and a bit wild at heart.
We believe that education should be based in holistic child development
and involve a living connection with both the arts and the natural world and
that here should be no limits on access to education.

Stone Bridge School

Seeking an Executive Director- Updated 2/25/21


A Unique Leadership Opportunity
Stone Bridge School, located in the beautiful Napa Valley, is looking for a dynamic new Executive Director (Principal) to lead our public Waldorf K-8 charter school starting with our 2021-22 school year. Stone Bridge School’s Executive Director is responsible for ensuring the success of our public Waldorf program while providing strategic leadership and operational oversight for the school as a whole as well as for its employees. The Executive Director’s primary focus is on managing the needs of the business, including program administration, fiscal and legal management, and building strong relationships with all stakeholders within our school, the district, and the larger Napa community.

Wildcat Canyon Community Waldorf School

Seeking Class Teacher- Updated 1/28/2021

We are seeking a full-time trained elementary school class teacher for the 2021-22 school year.
This individual will be responsible for teaching age-appropriate core subjects with creativity and imagination, all while striving for an equitable and inclusive classroom. A commitment to outdoor education is a must as it is a core component to our philosophy. With our roots in Waldorf education, we value the experience of those who are Waldorf trained, and are also looking
forward to welcoming those with many other teaching experiences and talents.

The Wildcat Canyon Community Waldorf School is seeking a Waldorf-trained, imaginative, and joyful Kindergarten Lead Teacher with high social intelligence and a personal commitment to an anti-racist path and classroom. The lead teacher will work as a team with our second, existing Kindergarten teacher to implement an existing, predominantly outdoors program with particular care taken for COVID-19 health and safety precautions during the 2021-2022 school year.

Heartwood Charter School

Seeking a Long Term 5th Grade Substitute Teacher- Updated 2/24/21


Heartwood Charter in Fairfax is looking for a long term substitute for their 5th grade. In person 4 days a week, from 8 till noon or longer. Heartwood will also get you immunized against Covid if you wish.

Please contact Rod DeRienzo at rodericd@msn.com or 201-693-8581 if you’re interested.

Santa Cruz Waldorf School

Seeking a 1st Grade Teacher for 2021-2022 – Updated 2/24/21

Celebrating over forty-five years, our school owns its campus of seven beautiful acres surrounded by mountains and redwood forest only ten minutes from downtown Santa Cruz and the beach. Santa Cruz is a university town, located on the beautiful Central Coast of California.
The Anthroposophical work in Santa Cruz is supported by an active branch and includes local Anthroposophical doctors, Christian Community services, and a Camphill Community.

Our school’s program includes Pre-Kindergarten through 8th Grade, with a wide variety of special subjects including gardening, handwork, Eurythmy, Spanish, music, art, and physical education. An experienced faculty, a professional administrative staff, and a dedicated Board of Trustees are actively working to support this dynamic school. We are also a full member of and accredited by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America.

Our new colleague will be warm, energetic, and Waldorf trained with a strong commitment to personal and professional development and an enthusiasm for collegial work. A commitment to working out of Anthroposophy and Social Justice is required. Santa Cruz Waldorf School seeks to actively recruit, promote and retain a diverse faculty. We will honor your experiences, perspectives, and unique identity. Our community strives to create and maintain working and learning environments that are inclusive, equitable, and welcoming.

Interested candidates should email their resume, a letter of interest, and a brief biography along with three references to Victor Mwai at peddirector@santacruzwaldorf.org . We look forward to hearing from you.

San Francisco Waldorf School

Seeking a Controller, Eurythmy Teacher, 1st Grade Class Teacher, Middle School Math Teacher, Long Term 6th Grade Substitute, Grade School Floating Substitute, Grade School Mandarin Teacher, High School Humanities Teacher, High School PE Teacher, High School Biology/Earth Science Teacher and High School Outdoor Ed/Trip Leader- Updated 2/24/21


Camp Augusta

Seeking Camp Counselors- Updated 2/23/21


If you are seeking an extraordinary summer of personal and professional growth, welcome! We are seeking you, too! Camp Augusta is an 80 acre, non-profit, residential summer camp nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains of Northern California, and we offer a one-of-a-kind experience for campers and staff alike. From a staff training that is 3.5 weeks long based upon insights from child psychology, to dinner dressed as pirates and jewelry-smithing to horseback rides through enchanted forests, the days at Augusta are always full of imagination, laughter, wish, wonder, and of course, surprise.

Our main summer dates run from May 18th to August 14th. See more about our programs at campaugusta.org, or give us a quick call at 530-265-3702, we would love to chat!

Hummingbirds’ Collaborative School

Seeking a Preschool Early Childhood Teacher (needed by March 1st)- 2/18/21


Hummingbirds’ Collaborative School is a nonprofit bilingual Waldorf Inspired school emphasizing sensory integration and growth mindset to stimulate the imagination, develop fine and gross motor skills and executive function. We provide an exceptional educational experience that meets the needs of each child in a developmentally appropriate manner, integrating critical thinking, emotional intelligence and the arts based on the curriculum founded by Rudolf Steiner.

Preschool Early Childhood position available on March 1st, 2021. Certified Waldorf teacher or teacher training student preferred. It is a full time position – 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m./Monday through Friday. This position includes working with another Waldorf teacher.  Competitive salary with five weeks paid vacation/school closure during holidays in a year round school.

Please send resume to:

SunRidge School

Seeking Temporary 1st Grade Teacher- Updated 2/12/21


Marin Waldorf School

Seeking Early Childhood Teacher, Early Childhood Assistant Teacher, 1st Grade Teacher and Grades Teacher- Updated 2/12/21


Marin Waldorf School is a pre-k through 8th grade Waldorf School situated on eleven oak-studded acres in a peaceful neighborhood in Marin County’s Lucas Valley. We are located twenty minutes north of San Francisco and west of Berkeley. We enjoy a moderate climate as well as proximity to Point Reyes National Seashore, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Muir Woods, Wine Country and Silicon Valley. MWS is a fully accredited member of AWSNA.

Nevada Sage Waldorf School

Seeking PreK Lead Teacher and 1st Grade Teacher- Updated 2/4/21


Full job posting for the PreK Lead Teacher position can be found here.

Full job posting for the 1st Grade Teacher position can be found here.

Acorn Hill Waldorf Kindergarten and Nursery

Seeking Early Childhood Teachers and Substitutes- Updated 2/2/21


Due to the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, Acorn Hill Waldorf Kindergarten and Nursery in Silver Spring, Maryland is seeking to strengthen our ability to support children and families during this time. We have openings for dedicated Waldorf certified Early Childhood teachers, including those with Birth-to-Three training and interest.

We have positions or teachers and substitutes for the fall and are also starting to prepare for the 2020-2021 school year and beyond.

If interested, please send your CV to info@acornhill.org for consideration.

Marin Garden School

Seeking Part Time Helper- Updated 1/25/2021


Tracey and Rob Harrington are looking for a part time Helper for their LifeWays program in Marin. They have 6 children in a morning program ages 3.5 to 4.5 years. Their program is mostly outside in their pollinator play garden. They have 30 years experience working with children and Waldorf inspired training. This is an opportunity to join them part time at The Garden School (maringardenschool.com). Hourly wage depending on experience and training. Some background in Waldorf education preferred. We are open from 9 to 1 pm Monday-Thursdays, flexible hours are welcome! If you are interested, please contact Tracey Harrington at traceymay14@aol.com.

Berkeley Rose Waldorf School

Seeking 1st Grade Teacher, Early Childhood Assistant Teacher and Substitute Teachers- Updated 1/25/21


Berkeley Rose Waldorf School’s grades program is seeking a First Grade Teacher to teach our beautiful children in the 2021/22 academic school year. Candidates will be certified Waldorf teachers, and be committed to collegial work, self-development, parent work, and teaching to the whole human being.  Current lead teacher salary includes full benefits. Benefits including medical, dental, visual & tuition remission.

Berkeley Rose Waldorf School serves children in nursery through eighth grade, with a student body of 127. Located near downtown Berkeley and the Cal campus, Berkeley Rose is easily accessible by bus, rapid public transit, and bike. As a community, Berkeley Rose offers an environment in which communication is transparent, compassionate, and open, and where diversity of all kinds is supported. It is a school that is open-minded and supports families exploring and discovering the best choices for their children. Berkeley Rose is a nonprofit 501c3; is a member of WECAN; and is a developing member of AWSNA. On the About Us page, you may view the dynamic group of educators who make up this growing school. All our lead teachers and most of our subject and assistant teachers are Waldorf trained.

To apply, please send your resume, cover letter and three references to vasilica@berkeleyrose.org.

We look forward to reading your application. Best wishes in your teaching journey!

Berkeley Rose Waldorf School is seeking Waldorf-trained Early Childhood assistant teachers starting January 2021. The ideal candidate for the positions will have some experience within the Waldorf Pedagogy, and experience working with young children. We expect all teachers to be committed to self-development, parent work, and open, direct communication with colleagues and parents.

This is an hourly position during the academic year. Additional hours may be available during school breaks and summer camp. Nursery assistants in general will work from 8am-2pm, Kindergarten assistants in general will work from 8am-3pm. Hourly wage is $18-25, DOE.

Applicants applying for a position in our licensed nursery are required to have 12 qualifying early childhood education units obtained by their start date.

Berkeley Rose Waldorf School serves children in nursery through eighth grade. Located near downtown Berkeley and the Cal campus, the school is easily accessible by bus, rapid public transit, and bike. As a community, Berkeley Rose offers an environment in which communication is transparent, compassionate, and open, and where diversity of all kinds is supported. It is a school that is open-minded and supports families exploring and discovering the best choices for their children. Berkeley Rose Waldorf School is a nonprofit 501c3; is a member of WECAN; and is a developing member of AWSNA. On the About Us page, you may view the dynamic group of educators who make up our school.

To apply, please send 1) a cover letter of interest, 2) your résumé, detailing information about your Waldorf and other teaching experience, your name and contact information and 3) three reference names with their contact information. Send your application to vasilica@berkeleyrose.org.

We look forward to reading your application. Best wishes in your teaching journey!

Berkeley Rose Waldorf School is looking for qualified, enthusiastic,  substitutes especially for our early childhood education, and our grades program. We are compliant with all Covid regulations. Our school is open in-person in our Berkeley campus for early childhood and 1st grade. Some of the grades classes are in pods in backyards.

Please email info@berkeleyrose.org if you are interested. Thank you.  

Sebastopol Independent Charter School

Seeking 1st Grade Lead Teacher- Updated 1/23/2021


Sebastopol Independent Charter School is a K-8 charter school with experienced, Waldorf-trained teachers and a commitment to offering a progressive, public Waldorf curriculum with integrity since 1995. We are a certified Public Waldorf School by the Alliance for Public Waldorf Education. We are located on a 20-acre campus that we own. Our typical class size is 30 students. We have aides that help in the classrooms. Sebastopol is located in Sonoma County, about 60 miles north of San Francisco. We expect the first day of school is Monday, August 23.

Qualified applicants will have a California Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential and preferably a Waldorf Teacher Training Certificate. We offer a competitive compensation package. Please learn more about us at www.sebastopolcharter.org.

Please send your resume, cover letter and 3 reference letters (with contact information) to Chris Topham, Executive Director at ctopham@sebastopolcharter.org.

Golden Bridges School

Seeking Multiple Class Teachers and Subject Teachers- Updated 1/23/2021


Golden Bridges School is a small, groundbreaking school, founded in 2013 by Waldorf-trained teachers.
We currently serve preschool – 6th (growing to 8th), with 95 students and 25 staff members in San Francisco’s Portola neighborhood. Our urban farm is in Mission Terrace and outdoor classes and hikes are in McLaren Park.

GBS takes a fresh look at Waldorf education, asking what the children of today, in San Francisco, need from
teachers and education. One major result of this question is the development of a robust outdoor curriculum.
Preschool and Kindergarten rotate through an indoor classroom, urban farm, and hiking days. Grades classes are indoors for Main Lesson and some subject classes and outdoors in large parks, at the school farm, or on field trips.

We are also dedicated to becoming an anti-racist school – committed to social justice, internally and externally – that is inclusive and welcoming to all. We incorporate both anthroposophy and social justice to delve deeper into interrupting Euro- and White-centric curriculum to bring equitable teaching practices and anti-racist policies into the classroom and school life. We ask that teachers be interested and on a path of exploring both anthroposophy and social justice.

It is the operational policy of Golden Bridges School not to discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation or affectional preference, age, or handicap in any of its policies, procedures, or practices. This policy of non-discrimination covers school programs and activities, including but not limited to: academic, admissions, financial aid, educational services, and employment.

Forest Friends

Seeking an Assistant Teacher- Updated 1/13/2021


Come work for a small and joyful Waldorf-inspired forest school in the open space forests and lands of Marin County.  This is an early childhood program — our students range between the ages of 3-6.  

We are seeking an assistant teacher who can work 3 days a week assisting a class of 4-5 year olds and possibly another one day a week assisting a class of 3-4 year olds.  Days are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and possibly Fridays, from 8:30-2:00.  

Forest Friends is a Waldorf-inspired early childhood outdoor school that weaves together deep and magical nature connection experiences, ecological values, and Waldorf education in such a way that young children thrive.  We cultivate will forces, imagination, confidence, ecological wisdom, a deep sense of connection to place, and all the skills necessary to full development in early childhood.  Children in the Forest Friends program are immersed in a culture where kindness is celebrated and love flows strong–love of one another, love of the earth, and love of life itself.  

Our teacher to student ratio is very small, so we can really mentor each individual student (and keep them safe and thriving in the big wild).  For three year olds, the ratio is 1:3, for four year olds, the ratio is 1:4, etc.  

The ideal candidate will have some Waldorf education background, familiarity with Waldorf early childhood philosophy and methods, and a deep love of young children.  We also hope to find someone who feels very comfortable being outside in all kinds of weather (usually pretty mild around here) and who loves the natural world.  A positive attitude is important.  Naturalist knowledge and/or nature arts and crafts ideas would be a dream.  Nature connection mentoring experience could also be helpful, but not necessary.  Our hope is to find someone interested in assisting/training for the spring, who could then become a lead teacher for a Forest Friends (three year old) class in the fall.  (But if we can’t find that, we still need an assistant for this semester.) 

Assistant position pays $20-$25 hour, DOE.  Position available asap.  

Lead Teacher position (available in the fall, and possibly sooner) pays $35-$40/hour, DOE.  Position available by the fall, perhaps sooner, if desired.  

Please send cover letter and resume, or any questions, to the email address below.  

Please note:  We are a small outdoor program (an educational pod) and we do not wear masks in class.  

Kelly McMenimen

Director and Lead Teacher

Earthwise Education


(415) 488-4682

Blossom Nursery School

Seeking a Nursery Assistant Teacher- Updated 1/11/2021


Blossom Nursery School is a home-based Birth to Four Program since 2015. If you are feeling in your heart an impulse to work with young age children ( 18 months until 4 years old), please contact Lilian Simoes at lilian@blossomnurseryschool.com

Davis Waldorf School

Seeking a 3rd Grade Class Teacher- Updated 1/5/21


Are you passionate about working with children? We are looking for a Waldorf trained individual to join our Faculty as a Third Grade Class Teacher. This is a full time, benefited position.

The Teacher will work to deliver a Waldorf Third grade curriculum. We are looking for a teacher who has strong communication skills, knowledge of child development, and an interest in implementing curriculum and activities. Waldorf training or experience is required and a Bachelor’s Degree.

Applicants should enjoy working with a team, be willing to take on new responsibilities and classroom chores, be prepared for a physically active school day (outside, in all weather conditions), enjoy supervising children, and be flexible with their work schedule as needed. We have obtained a School Waiver and offer in person learning. 

Our school offers a Waldorf curriculum for 1st through 8th grade, a licensed child care center that has two preschools, two Kindergartens and an after school program. We have a strong and experienced faculty dedicated to working out of Anthroposophy. Our parents are invested in their children’s education and in the school, bringing great enthusiasm and energy to any project. We are accredited by and a full member school of AWSNA [Association of Waldorf Schools of North America] and WECAN [Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America].

REQUIRED CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, and REGISTRATIONS: Waldorf teacher training certificate. Bachelor’s Degree. Must pass Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and Child Abuse Reference Check (CAIC) background clearance. Compensation: Salaried, and competitive. Varies depending upon experience and qualifications. Current TB test results. Candidate must also be CPR certified and provide proof of Child Abuse Prevention training. Candidate must undergo a Live Scan (fingerprinting) and a background check prior to being hired.

To apply, submit your resume, a cover letter stating why you are a suitable candidate for this position, and a list of three references (with e-mail addresses) to the Davis Waldorf School at: director@daviswaldorf.org or call 530.753.1651 ext. 114 for more information.

Washington Waldorf School

Seeking Faculty Chair/Head of School- Updated 11/23/20


The Washington Waldorf School (WWS), a vibrant, fully accredited pre-K through 12th grade independent school, located in Bethesda, Maryland, is seeking a new Faculty Chair/ Head of School, beginning in late spring of 2021. The School is at an exciting juncture of its mission, having just celebrated the its 50th anniversary, and is seeking to expand its role as an educational leader. We are looking for a proven leader ready to foster the continued growth of the School into the future. 

The New Village School

Urgently Seeking Full and Part Time Class Teachers for Current School Year and Next- Updated 11/19/20


The New Village School has pioneered a deconstruction of the class teaching position along with a strong village quality where all the children meet at the beginning and end of each day with the entire teaching team… This approach is possible because the school keeps its numbers small. The advantages are that all the teachers consider themselves equally responsible for all the children and that every subject is given equal consideration, in a true honoring of the multiple intelligences we are educating. We especially cherish individuals who are well traveled, know multiple languages and are comfortable teaching outdoors, taking students out in nature and traveling. Our teachers need to be well rounded human beings with many talents and passions, and also flexible and able to work with different ages at the same time. The school defines itself as strongly inspired by Rudolf Steiner’s educational philosophy and its curriculum.

Experienced teachers or teachers in training are welcome to apply. Internship available through the spring. Please email your resume to Lalla Carini at lalla@thenewschoolvillage.org if you are interested.

San Francisco Waldorf High School

Seeking Metal Arts Teacher- Updated 10/05/20


We are looking for a teacher to teach Metal Arts to a group of 13 students in January (hopefully taught partially in-person by then).  The students are 11th and 12th graders and have had a basic class already.  The class would be 15 lessons, spread out between January 11-March 22, 2021.  The days/times are Monday mornings, 10:15-11:30 and Friday afternoons, 1:30-3:20.  The hourly rate is $90.00 per lesson, which includes prep time and writing a very short grade evaluation at the end of the class.

The students would mostly like to create jewelry—setting stones for rings, designing pendants, earrings, or perhaps letter openers, small boxes or candle holders.  They have all had soldering experience.  This is an elective class and they are motivated.  We are looking for a teacher who can inspire beautiful quality work. 

Please contact Patricia Townsend

415 309-4008

Arts Program Coordinator
San Francisco Waldorf High School

470 West Portal Avenue

San Francisco, CA 94127

Greenwood Tree Educational Cooperative

Seeking 2nd/3rd Grade Class Teacher- Updated 9/21/20


Greenwood Tree is a Waldorf-inspired educational cooperative in the rich farming community of the Skagit Valley (Washington State). This vibrant school seeks a caring, dedicated and experienced individual to lead our Second and Third grade split class (ages 7-9). This class is currently experiencing a low enrollment, however we anticipate it will continue to grow in the coming months.  The Teacher will guide the children through a Waldorf-inspired curriculum uniquely crafted to meet the needs of second and third grade students, building off of the concepts and skills covered in the student’s previous year of learning. Curriculum to include predominantly Language Arts and Math, with elements of History, Cultural Studies, and Science introduced within the framework of main lessons. Foreign Language, Fine Arts, Practical Arts, and handwork will also be worked into the weekly rhythm.  Our school and community prefer to follow the Waldorf style teaching method of using main lesson blocks to structure lessons, which allows each student to immerse themselves in the topic of study and create their own “text book” based on a personal experience of a subject or lesson. The Teacher will orchestrate the rhythm of the day by leading the children through each activity and the associated transition periods. They will make every effort to utilize the diverse resources and talents of the parents to enrich the program. The Teacher is responsible for seeking out and using such talents, and for creating a climate in which parents will volunteer their skills.

Position: Second/ Third Grade Split Grade Class Teacher Desired Skills/Experience: 

●Education and experience in Waldorf Education preferred

●Experience working with elementary students

●Ability to work in a cooperative setting with parents and colleagues

●Capacity to develop and implement Waldorf-inspired curriculum

appropriate for early grades

●Positive classroom management techniques   

●Solid understanding of early childhood development and the ability to apply this


●Clear communication skills, written and verbal

Location and Days:

  • 3 days per week on-site- Monday-Wednesday
  • 1-2 Weekly meetings (video conferencing and at Greenwood Tree)
  • Seasonal festivals and occasional fundraising events held both

           on-site and various locations throughout Skagit Valley

  • Parent Conferences
  • Quarterly Leadership Planning sessions and Annual Retreat.

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP  

Salary: Dependent upon experience   

All candidates are expected to thoroughly explore our website to learn about our history, mission, and values as a cooperative school: www.greenwoodtreecoop.org

To Apply: 

Submit a cover letter, resume and three professional references to Greenwood Tree:info@greenwoodtreecoop.org. Position is open until filled. 

Trinus International Waldorf School

Seeking Early Childhood and Class Teachers- Updated 9/16/20


Woodland Star Waldorf Charter School

Seeking 2nd Grade Assistant Class Teacher- Updated 8/11/20


A Waldorf teacher of 25 years is looking for an assistant at the Woodland Star Waldorf Charter School in Sonoma.  The position is for 4 hours of work per day (more + substitution may be available). The position is assisting second grade.  It is an excellent opportunity for someone wanting to work with a highly qualified teacher.

 Please phone Kathy Darcy at 808 756-4481 or email khdarcy@gmail.com. Position to be filled as soon as possible.  Our school year starts on August 18 with distance learning. Please send a resume with a letter of interest, plus references,  phone for details.

Community School For Creative Education

Seeking Upper Grades English Language Arts Teacher (6-8)- Updated 8/11/20


Upper grades English Language Arts teacher (6-8) for Waldorf-inspired public charter school in Oakland, CA.

Read full job description here.

Waldorf School Of DuPage

Seeking Trained Waldorf Administrator- Updated 7/22/20


We at the Waldorf School of DuPage find our purpose in nurturing a healthy, sustainable future of whole, aware, authentic people. Does this future call to you? The board of trustees is seeking a trained Waldorf administrator to help us in our transformation from a developing member of AWSNA to a fully accredited school. Will you discover with us how to balance at the intersection of Waldorf philosophies and effective organization? Your leadership, clear and efficient procedures, collaboration, and love can uplift our entire community. Our school administrator will oversee the day to day business of keeping the school running efficiently, while working closely with the board and faculty in the process.

Our vibrant school is located on five acres of rolling hills and woodlands in the western suburbs of Chicago. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.

If this opportunity excites you, please send a resume, references, and letter of intention to Brenna McLachlan, faculty chair and board member at brenna.mclachlan@waldorfdupage.org

Cedar Springs Waldorf School

Seeking 1st and 8th Grade Class TeachersUpdated 6/25/20


Cedar Springs Waldorf School is seeking grades teachers for First and Eighth grades-

Interested teachers could contact Penny Bravo, fifth grade teacher at: Classof2024@cedarspringswaldorf.org

Wishing Well School

Seeking Grades Teachers- Updated 6/25/20


Honolulu Waldorf Shool

Seeking First Grade Teacher and Third Grade Teacher- Posted 5/18/20


Honolulu Waldorf School seeks two class teachers who love children, enjoy working with parents, and are committed to working with colleagues. Our ideal candidate will have completed a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree as well as a certificate from a recognized Waldorf teacher training program. We are looking for a candidate that is enthusiastic about teaching out of the philosophical and methodological principles of Waldorf Education. Additional interests, skills, and initiative in various areas such as drawing, singing, movement, and drama are also desired.

The Honolulu Waldorf School is an established coeducational, independent school serving 185 students from Early Childhood through Grade 8. The school is located Niu Valley with majestic monkey pod trees shading the campus; the campus is in East Oahu.

If you are interested in working in Paradise and you have permission to work in the United States, joining our team, participating in many aspects of school life, and engaging with interesting people of all ages from diverse cultures, please send your resume, cover letter and references to employment@honoluluwaldorf.org

• Based on experience

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree (preferred)
  • Waldorf Teaching Experience or Certification (preferred)
  • TB Test and Background Check (required)

Work authorization:

• United States (required)

Job Type:
• Full-Time

It is the school’s policy to grant equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, and any other status protected by federal, state, or local law. The school provides equal opportunities in employment, promotion, wages, benefits. and other terms and conditions of employment.

River Oak Charter School

Seeking Superintendent/Principal – Posted 4/13/20

River Oak Charter School (ROCS), located in the beautiful Ukiah valley, is a community of educators and families committed to guiding children toward a life-long love of learning, creative thinking and a responsible and sympathetic interest in the world. We use Steiner-based curriculum and serve 246 students in grades K-8. Art, music, drama, storytelling, poetry and crafts are woven throughout the curriculum. Our students learn with their heads, heart and hands, building on a foundation of creativity that grows with the child to balance imagination, critical thinking and academic excellences.

ROCS is currently chartered under Ukiah Unified School District of Mendocino County and has been operating since 1999. At present we have eleven (11) teachers, one (1) administrator, and twenty-nine (29) other auxiliary staff. The governance of the school is based on a successful collaboration between the faculty, administration, charter council, and parent council. ROCS has demonstrated sound fiscal management by producing and executing a balanced budget every year, while supplementing state funding with a modest fundraising program. This additional funding supports a wide range of specialty classes including handwork, band, painting, strings, chorus, woodwork, foreign language, and movement.

POSITION OVERVIEW: The Superintendent/Principal must have a strong personal commitment to the school’s mission and vision. We are looking for a positive, passionate, energetic leader who is friendly, warm and welcoming, and able to relate well to staff, students, and parents. We seek a creative leader who can build on the program in place and collaborate with all involved to strengthen an already strong program. The Superintendent/Principal is responsible for administering the Charter School in all day-to-day operations, as well as facilitating the planning and implementation of long-range goals for the School.

QUALIFICATIONS: : Five years of responsible teaching experience, including two years of administrative and supervisory responsibility preferred. A Bachelor’s Degree and a valid California Administrative Services Credential are required, and financial expertise is expected. Highly desirable: Waldorf Administration & Leadership training; Waldorf Teaching Certificate; public service experience.

BENEFITS: We offer a competitive salary as well as benefits including the California State Teachers Retirement System (STRS), health, and dental insurance. Salary is based upon experience and qualifications.

TO APPLY: Submit an application packet to Michelle Ebert, Business & Operations Manager, at mebert@riveroakcharterschool.org:

  • Classified Application (found under Related Files)
  • Letter of interest
  • Resume
  • Three recent letters of recommendation
  • What has prepared you for the role of Superintendent/Principal?
  • What is your knowledge of running a charter school?
  • What are you looking for in a school community?

The complete job description can be found here.

Novato Charter School

Seeking Kindergarten Assistant – Posted 3/23/20

NCS Kindergarten Assistant Job Description

High School Computer Science Teacher

The Mountain School

Early Childhood Assistant Teacher – Posted 2/12/20

Early Childhood Assistant Teacher

The Mountain School, celebrating its’ 30th year in Marin County, is looking for
a warm, nurturing, and dynamic Assistant Teacher to provide Waldorf Early
Childhood education to children beginning in September 2020.

Candidates should have a Waldorf Teacher Training Certificate and, as we are
a licensed facility, at least 12 ECE’s (Early Childhood Units).

We offer a generous and competitive compensation package that includes
health, dental, and vision insurance.

If this speaks to you, please submit a cover letter and resume to:
Lori Grey, Director


The Right Approach

Seeking Waldorf Nursery School Teacher – Posted 7/24/19

Waldorf Nursery School Teacher

Sycamore Creek Community Charter School

Seeking TK-6th Grade teachers for THIS FALL – Posted 7/8/19 https://sycamorecreekcharter.org/

TK-6th Grade Teacher

Woodland Star Charter School

Seeking 3rd and 5th Grade Class Teachers – Posted 7/1/19 https://www.woodlandstarschool.org/home

We are seeking two dynamic, innovative, competent, imaginative, and joyful class teachers to join our wonderful faculty, one who will be a collaborative colleague. Class teachers at Woodland Charter School loop with their students from grades 1-4 and grades 5-8. Our school week is Monday- Thursday with one monthly Friday.

Woodland Charter School is a public Waldorf charter school located in the beautiful Siskiyou mountains in Murphy, Oregon, in the culturally-vibrant southwest Oregon area which includes the towns of Ashland, Medford, and Grants Pass. We have an opening for a lower grades Class Teacher for the 2019-2020 school year. We seek an excellent teacher to join our dynamic faculty. We offer a competitive public school teacher salary with annual step increases, and a benefits package that includes paid sick leave, medical, dental and vision coverage, the Oregon PERS pension plan, and paid professional development.

Our school, which opened in October 2012 with 60 students, expects an enrollment of around 190 students in September 2019 in grades 1- 8, with a class size limit of 25 in grades 1-7 and 20 in grade 8. Our public Waldorf curriculum includes Spanish, Music, Handwork, PE, Eurythmy, and Gardening. We are in the second year of our internal Student Support Program which provides academic assistance to all students in the school.

In wonderful southwest Oregon the living is still affordable, the land is beautiful and varied, and the climate is a mild four seasons. The Siskiyou mountain range offers many accessible moderate to higher peaks, and our vibrant local three rivers system (the Rogue, Applegate, and Illinois Rivers) offer a variety of activities for water enthusiasts, with the Pacific coast nearby. Biodynamic and organic farms abound in this temperate zone, and we have many farmers in our school community. We are located an hour from the Pacific Crest Trail, and about two hours from Crater Lake, Mt. Shasta, Stout Redwood Grove, and the California and Oregon coasts.

Class Teacher qualifications:
• Minimum of a bachelor’s degree, preferably with an education-related major
• Waldorf teaching certification or current enrollment in an approved training program
• Oregon teaching license or charter school registration
• Enthusiastic, creative, and loving with students
• Ability to work well with colleagues, administration, and parents

• Competitive pay and benefits package
• Step pay increases related to continuing experience and education
• Mentorship program
• Full medical, dental, and vision coverage
• Pension plan through the state of Oregon

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

Please submit:

1) Professional resume
2) Short biography

Submit to: hr@woodlandcharterschool.org

Nevada Sage Waldorf School has an opening for an experienced and fully-trained 1st Grade Waldorf Teacher for the fall of 2019. This key position will play an important part in the continuing development of our grades school program, with guidance and participation from the faculty, board and administrative realms.
At our school, you will find an amazing educational culture with engaged and happy students and a dedicated faculty. Our faculty is seeking a like-minded colleague who is committed to collegial collaboration, self-development, and excellence in teaching. Our parents are enthusiastic and involved, and our board is supportive and visionary.

The school was established in 2000, offering preschool through 8th grade in fall 2019. As a Developing Member of AWSNA our school continues to grow under the guidance of the wider Waldorf school and Anthroposophical movement. As a Developing Member of AWSNA our school continues to grow under the guidance of the wider Waldorf school and Anthroposophical movement. We offer a competitive salary and benefits including tuition remission, mentoring, and financial support for professional development.

Nevada Sage Waldorf School is located in the sunny Reno-Tahoe area between the foot of the magnificent Sierra Nevada mountain range and within the beautiful high desert. There are plenty of opportunities to connect with nature year-round; skiing, hiking, swimming and mountain biking at nearby mountains, lakes and rivers. Reno also offers a thriving art and cultural community. Lake Tahoe is only a 45-minute drive, and Rudolf Steiner College is two hours away. Combined with the unique opportunity for beauty, recreation, and growth that the Reno-Tahoe area offers, this is a foundational time to join our growing school.

To apply for this position, please email a letter of interest, brief biography, curriculum vitae and three references to administrator@nevadasagewaldorf.org. Include “1st Grade Class Teacher” in the subject of the email. You are also welcome to call Kelli Anastassatos, Administrator, at (775) 348-6622 with any questions.

Camellia Waldorf School

Seeking Lower Grades Main Lesson Teacher – Posted 5/6/19 http://camelliawaldorf.org/

Camellia Waldorf School seeks applicants for our Main Lesson Teacher position for the 2019/2020 School Year.

Founded in 1989 and located in the serene Pocket area of Sacramento, Camellia Waldorf School is an AWSNA accredited urban school with 110 students from diverse backgrounds. The Camellia community that surrounds our children includes the devotion and support of a strong parent body and Board of Trustees.
We offer Parent Toddler classes, preschool and kindergarten classes, an elementary and middle school. Our program includes Spanish, Music, Eurythmy, Handwork, Woodworking, Movement and more. As a school, we are committed to the fullest development of the curriculum, the health of the teachers, the continued study of anthroposophy, and a healthy balanced budget.

Our ideal candidates will have completed their Waldorf teacher training, have successful teaching experience, possess a strong relationship to anthroposophy, and demonstrate a commitment beyond the classroom. We are looking for teachers committed to working collaboratively with colleagues and our parent community.
Please send a cover letter, work resume, personal biographical statement, and professional references to jobs@camelliawaldorf.org.

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