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Current Job Offer (5 total)
Educational Support Coordinator
5/09/2016 02:15PM
Description: Our School and Community Founded in 1986 as a preschool/kindergarten program, The Waldorf School of Atlanta graduated its first eighth grade class in 2000. We currently offer preschool to grade eight education for approximately 245 students, including Spanish, Eurythmy, Music (Strings, Chorus, Recorder, Flute, Drumming), Handwork, Gardening, Woodwork, Practical Arts, and Games/Athletic Programs. Our parent/child program warmly introduces young families to Waldorf education. The school is fully accredited by three local and national accrediting bodies, and is a full member of AWSNA. Academe of the Oaks Waldorf High School opened in the fall of 2003, just five minutes from our Decatur campus. Our experienced and creative faculty, work closely with an active and dedicated Board of Trustees and a committed and talented parent community. An established Core Faculty with years of Waldorf experience share a strong commitment to studying and working with Anthroposophy. Qualifications and Benefits: An ideal Educational Support Coordinator candidate would have a Master’s degree in education and experience in effective remedial teaching which may include Waldorf Extra Lessons. Additionally the candidate would have experience with assessment and evaluation, report writing, and RTI strategies for case management. We are seeking individuals who are committed to excellence in learning, experienced in compassionate parent conferencing and collegial cooperation. Full-time teachers enjoy a competitive salary and generous benefits that include health, dental, life/disability insurance, tuition remission, mentoring, and financial support for professional development. Job Description: The role of the Educational Support Coordinator (ESC) is one that helps meld the mainstream understanding of educational support with the Waldorf understanding of child development both therapeutically and pedagogically. The ESC will assess students, and design and implement education plans, which provide goals and accommodations tailored to individual students’ needs. The ESC refers students, when required, for outside evaluations, therapies and support. The ESC needs experience in interpreting results of educational evaluations and IEPs. The ESC actively supports students and teachers with classroom accommodations, materials, and training. In addition, the ESC works with students individually, in groups, and in full class settings. Responsibilities and abilities include the following: • Use norm referenced tests to evaluate student achievement and learning difficulties • Interpret educational assessments, evaluations and IEPs • Create and implement education plans and Response to Intervention (RTI) plans • Write initial and progress reports for students receiving support • Remediate students in individual, group, and class settings • Work collaboratively with parents, teachers, and outside tutors and therapists • Chair the Student Support Committee • Attend all full faculty meetings and departmental meetings as needed • Excellent organizational skills • Excellent communication skills To Apply: Please send a letter of introduction, resume, short biography, and three references to the attention of the Teacher Search Committee: jobs@waldorfatlanta.org Subject Line: Educational Support Coordinator
Posted By: Kathryn | 827 Kirk Road Decatur GA 30030 | Tel: 404-377-1315 | Fax: 404-377-5013 | http://www.waldorfatlanta.org
Student Support Specialist
5/09/2016 02:13PM
Description: Our School and Community Founded in 1986 as a preschool/kindergarten program, The Waldorf School of Atlanta graduated its first eighth grade class in 2000. We currently offer preschool to grade eight education for approximately 245 students, including Spanish, Eurythmy, Music (Strings, Chorus, Recorder, Flute, Drumming), Handwork, Gardening, Woodwork, Practical Arts, and Games/Athletic Programs. Our parent/child program warmly introduces young families to Waldorf education. The school is fully accredited by three local and national accrediting bodies, and is a full member of AWSNA. Academe of the Oaks Waldorf High School opened in the fall of 2003, just five minutes from our Decatur campus. Our experienced and creative faculty, work closely with an active and dedicated Board of Trustees and a committed and talented parent community. An established Core Faculty with years of Waldorf experience share a strong commitment to studying and working with Anthroposophy. Qualifications and Benefits: An ideal Student Support Specialist candidate would have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in education and additional advanced training in effective Waldorf therapeutic or remedial teaching strategies. Additionally the candidate would have experience with assessment and evaluation, report writing, and certification in foundational based therapeutic strategies such as: remedial Waldorf Extra Lessons®, Spacial Dynamics® or therapeutic eurythmy. We are seeking individuals who are committed to excellence in learning, experienced in compassionate parent conferencing and collegial cooperation. This position is part-time (20-25 hours per week.) Job Description: The role of the Student Support Specialist is one that helps meld the mainstream understanding of educational support with the Waldorf understanding of child development both therapeutically and pedagogically. Along with the Educational Support Coordinator, the Student Support Specialist will work to assess students, and design and implement education plans, which provide goals and accommodations tailored to individual students’ needs. The Student Support Specialist actively supports students and teachers with classroom accommodations, materials, and training in remedial strategies. In addition, the Student Support Specialist works with students individually, in groups, and in full class settings. Responsibilities and abilities include the following: • Create and implement therapeutic/movement based strategies for student support • Coordinate and conduct case studies and child studies • Coordinate and conduct rising first grade assessments and second grade assessments of developmental milestones (sensory-motor integration, vision and auditory processing) • Write initial and progress reports • Remediate students in individual, group, and class settings • Work collaboratively with parents, teachers, Educational Support Coordinator and outside tutors and therapists • Be a member of the Student Support Committee • Excellent organizational skills • Excellent communication skills To Apply: Please send a letter of introduction, resume, short biography, and three references to the attention of the Teacher Search Committee: jobs@waldorfatlanta.org Subject Line: Student Support Specialist
Posted By: Kathryn Macken | 827 Kirk Road Decatur GA 30030 | Tel: 404-377-1315 | Fax: 404-377-5013 | http://www.waldorfatlanta.org
Seeking Waldorf Certified Early Childhood Teacher
4/22/2016 12:29PM
Tucson Waldorf School is Seeking a Waldorf Certified Early Childhood Teacher for the 2016/17 school year We are a dedicated group of early childhood teachers who are committed to working out of anthroposophy, supporting the young child, and supporting one another in our personal development. We enjoy coffee, chocolate, and laughing together. Our school was founded in 1993 and is the oldest independent Waldorf School in Arizona. For the 2016-17 school year, we will offer parent-child classes, 3 kindergartens classes, 2 nursery classes and a full grades 1-8 program. We have a dedicated community of parents, faculty, staff and alumnae. We are a close-knit group who strongly believes in the value of a Waldorf education and community. We have recently become a full member school of AWSNA (to be confirmed at the AWSNA delegates meeting this summer!). Our school is thriving and growing. We currently have 217 students, located on an almost 10 acre site in a rural historic district in Tucson. The property formerly was a horse ranch, and the original buildings have been converted to classrooms and office space. In 2011 we completed the first phase of new development which consisted of building 4 beautiful classrooms in 2 new buildings. In the summer of 2014, we added three modular buildings to our site, uniting our early childhood and grades programs on one campus. Our land is also home to a small biodynamic gardening program, as well as abundant desert wildlife. Tucson has the lovely, relaxed feel of a small town and the amenities of a sophisticated city. In addition to our sunny weather, Tucson has a strong artistic community and offers a wide range of cultural events, museums, film series, theater productions, and musical performances. The University of Arizona is one of the leading research institutions in the country and draws many intellectual leaders to Tucson. We have a vibrant political culture, great coffee shops, and strong environmental principles. Recent rejuvenation of our downtown includes a light rail and a vibrant food scene with great restaurants and farmers markets. Tucson is situated in the lush Sonoran Desert and surrounded on all sides by mountain ranges. Opportunities for outdoor adventure and exploration abound. Within a short drive, you will find interesting small towns, national parks, and historic landmarks. Four hours south, on the Sea of Cortez, you will find beautiful beaches and diving opportunities. Please send a letter of interest; your resume; and names and contact information of three references to Tucson Waldorf School, 3605 E. River Road, Tucson, Arizona 85718, or email Linda Braun at facultychair@tucsonwaldorf.org. By May 4th, 2016.
Posted By: Tessa | 3605 E River Rd Tucson AZ 85718 | Tel: 520-529-1032 | Fax: | http://www.tucsonwaldorf.org
eurythmy teacher wanted
4/21/2016 06:08PM
Eurythmy Teacher Waldorf School of Orange County Costa Mesa California The Waldorf School of Orange County has a long standing and well established Eurythmy program. We are seeking a second Eurythmist to complete our offerings from Pre-K through 12th grade. We have an accompanist available for each lesson and we have two lesson spaces, one of which has a performance venue. Eurythmy is supported by the teachers and the community as a whole. Our long time pedagogical Eurythmist would welcome the opportunity to mentor a new colleague. If you wish to learn more about WSOC, please visit our website: www.waldorfschool.com or contact Lmasterson@waldorfschool.com
Posted By: Elisabeth | 2350 Canyon Dr. Costa Mesa California 92627 | Tel: 949 574 7775 | Fax: 949 574 7740 | http://www.waldorfschool.com
Lukas Community Seeks Executive Director
4/20/2016 10:51AM
The Lukas Community EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JOB DESCRIPTION Reporting to the Board, the Executive Director is responsible for the overall management of the Lukas Community and ensuring the timely and harmonious operation of the Community in fulfillment of its Mission. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Residential and Day Programs - Develop and oversee all aspects of residential care 2. Human Resource Management - Manage all aspects of staffing 2. Facilities - Ensure proper maintenance of all facilities to safeguard safety and comfort - Oversee uses and management of the land 3. Fiscal Management - Prepare and monitor the annual operating budget, and manage income and expenditures 4. Marketing & Fundraising - Create successful campaigns to attract new residents and staff - Oversee effective communication with all stakeholders through newsletters, annual appeal letters and other communications - Manage institutional fundraising such as grant proposals, etc. 4. Community Relations - Maintain communication with parents/guardians regarding matters affecting their residents - Represent the Lukas Community to local and state government agencies - Maintain ties to the wider community 5. Board Relations - Work closely with the Board on all aspects of the Community JOB REQUIREMENTS 1. Excellent organizational, communication, and leadership skills 2. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, pref. in behavioral science, special education, or related field 3. At least 3 years experience in anthroposophic curative education, youth guidance, and/or social therapy or similar; membership in the Anthroposophical Society preferred 4. A minimum of 3 years of demonstrated success in a supervisory or management position within the field of curative education, youth guidance, and/or social therapy or similar 5. Ability to build, lead and work with a team; mentoring and coaching skills 6. Flexibility 7. Outstanding interpersonal and crisis management skills 8. Ability to establish and control a budget and other fiscal responsibilities Please send inquiries to PO Box 137, Temple, NH 03084 or lukas@lukascommunity.org
Posted By: David | PO Box 137, 63 Memorial Highway Temple NH 03084 | Tel: 603-878-4796 | Fax: 603-878-4111 | http://www.lukascommunity.org