City of Lakes Waldorf School Available Positions
Lead Toddler Teacher
City of Lakes Waldorf School seeks a lead early childhood teacher to pioneer our new toddler program, beginning in the 2017-18 school year. The teacher will be responsible for creating and maintaining a beautiful, warm and nurturing Waldorf environment for our youngest students, 18-36 months. Our new toddler classroom is an extension of our vibrant early childhood program and will be located at our Loring Park early childhood campus, one mile from our main school building directly across the street from a city park with a pond, paths, and big open spaces.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced early childhood educator childcare provider with extensive experience with Toddlers. S/he will have completed a bachelor’s degree and a Lifeways or Waldorf Early Childhood Teacher certificate program. A love of toddlers, a deep understanding of the Waldorf pedagogy as it relates to young children, and a demonstrated capacity to work well with parents is required. The teacher must work collaboratively within the school as a whole, and within the Early Childhood program, which consists of Parent/Toddler, Preschool, and Kindergarten classes. All application materials should be submitted no later than May 1, 2017. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Please send a letter of introduction, resume, short biography, and three references to the attention of the Teacher Search Committee. Questions may be directed to Marti Stewart, Administrative Director, at (612) 767-1501 or email@example.com.
Full Time Eurythmy Teacher
Qualifications and Benefits
Ideal candidates will have completed a full Eurythmy training and a Bachelor’s degree, and have a love of children and a commitment to working out of Anthroposophy. Strong candidates will have experience working with children as well as bringing Eurythmy to faculty and parents and will be interested in building a full Eurythmy program from our current part-time program. We are specifically looking for candidates who are available for block teaching in the 2016-17 school year and a full-time role in 2017-18. We are seeking individuals who are committed to excellence in teaching, parent education and dialogue, self-development, and collegial cooperation. Full-time teachers enjoy a competitive salary and generous benefits that include health, dental, tuition remission, mentoring and financial support for professional development. We offer a base salary $40,000 with increments for teaching experience and education.
City of Lakes Waldorf School available positions includes substitute teachers for early childhood and grades 1-8. Availability includes all areas of the school day: morning and afternoon early childhood, main lesson, subject classes, lunch and recess coverage as well as extended day after school. Subject classes include movement, handwork, woodwork, ensemble and choir.
Flexible schedule, experience leading a classroom, experience working with many different ages, strong class management skills and strong communication skills. Waldorf teacher training and classroom experience are preferred. Expertise in subject classes is preferred, but not required. This is an hourly position.
Please send a letter of introduction, resume, short biography, and three references to the attention of the Teacher Search Committee. Questions may be directed to Marti Stewart, Administrative Director, at (612) 767-1501 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Marcee Hansen, Faculty Chair, at email@example.com.
Our experienced and creative faculty, led by the College of Teachers, is dedicated to excellence in Waldorf education and the development of curriculum to reflect our diverse, urban community. Our school celebrates its 28th anniversary in 2016-17 and is implementing a strategic plan for our future. Our Board of Trustees and talented and dedicated parent community support our 50 full and part-time members of the faculty and administrative staff. Our school enjoys an association with the Minnesota Waldorf School across the river, a chapter of the Anthroposophical Society, and the Novalis Institute, which provides adult education and Foundation Studies to our community.