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Seeking Grades Teachers
5/20/2015 11:28PM
Heart Pine School ...to benefit children, community and this living earth. Gainesville, Florida Grades 1-7 and growing! Open Positions for the 2015-2016 School year: Grade One Lead Class Teacher         Grade Two Lead Teacher Grade Six Lead Class Teacher Eurythmist Spanish Language Teacher Grades Assistant (Anthroposophy or Waldorf education experience required) Mail an application with Letter of Introduction, Biographical sketch and Curriculum Vitæ to: Heart Pine School Att'n: TSC 1001 NE 16th Avenue Gainesville, FL 32601 We also accept applications by email: admin@heartpineschool.org Heart Pine School is founded upon impulses of social renewal (including a strong commitment to the possibility for children of all backgrounds to benefit from a Waldorf education), care for the living earth, and preservation of childhood. Our grades school is 4 years old and still developing, but spawns from a long standing and fully accredited Waldorf Kindergarten, Morning Meadow, established in 1992.  The local Gainesville community is currently hosting a 2 year Foundations Studies Course through the Center for Anthroposophy, has an active Anthroposophical Study Group (The Sophia Study Group) for more than 15 years, and is a hub for progressive nature-based, artistic, political, agricultural, health and intellectual movements. Gainesville is within 45 minutes of multiple freshwater spring-fed wonders and within 90 minutes of both coasts: the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Visit www.heartpineschool.org for more information.
Posted By: Sally | 1001 NE 16th Avenue Gainesville FL 32601 | Tel: 352.219.5829 | Fax: none | http://www.heartpineschool.org
Early Childhood Lead Teacher for a 5-day Kindergarten
5/20/2015 11:15AM
We are seeking an Early Childhood Lead Teacher for our five-day Kindergarten to begin in September. This is a full-time position in our Kindergarten for children ages 4.5 to 6. The ideal candidates will be experienced, enthusiastic, able to work effectively with colleagues and parents, and have completed their Waldorf teacher training. We are looking for individuals who will participate actively in the committee and festival work that is so important to the life or our community.
Posted By: Karen Guitman | 77 Pine Hill Drive Wilton NH 03086 | Tel: 6036546003 | Fax: United States | http://www.pinehill.org/employment
Hourly Nursery Teacher for a 3-day Nursery
5/20/2015 11:15AM
We are seeking an Early Childhood Lead Teacher for our three-day Nursery to begin in September 2015. This is a part-time hourly position to teach children ages 2.75 to 4 in our nursery, three mornings per week. The ideal candidates will be experienced, enthusiastic, able to work effectively with colleagues and parents, and have completed their Waldorf teacher training. We are looking for individuals who will participate actively in the committee and festival work that is so important to the life of our community.
Posted By: Karen Guitman | 77 Pine Hill Drive Wilton NH 03086 | Tel: 6036546003 | Fax: United States | http://www.pinehill.org/employment
Full time Grades Teacher needed!
5/18/2015 03:14PM
The Waldorf School of St. Louis is seeking: Full-time Trained or In-Training Lead Grades Teacher The Waldorf School of St. Louis is an AWSNA-affiliated developing school with students in Pre-K through Grade 8, founded in 1993 and actively working toward full accreditation. Though small, our community features an active parent body, committed Board, strong Administration, and collaborative College of Teachers and Faculty. We are currently located in the Webster Groves community. The city of Saint Louis is at the heart of the continent, and Saint Louisans enjoy a low cost of living and a small, neighborhood feel coupled with the advantages of a major metropolitan area, such as top-rated health care and a thriving arts community. St. Louis residents enjoy free or extremely low-cost admission to many museums, gardens, nature preserves, The Saint Louis Zoo, The Saint Louis Science Center, the Municipal Opera, and other major attractions. Saint Louis also boasts over 100 parks, including Tower Grove and Forest Park, farmers’ markets in season, and over 200 miles of biking, cycling, and walking trails. The Saint Louis area is fortunate to have an Anthroposophical Physician who is also Board Certified in Family Medicine and Homeotherapeutics and a Camphill community in a nearby city. For more about Saint Louis, see http://www.stlregionalchamber.com/life/overview Ideal candidates will have a passion for realizing the dream of Waldorf education in the heartland of America, experience in Elementary teaching, strong self-direction, and a developed sense of themselves as an educator. Waldorf certification, either complete or in process is a new requirement for all our lead grades teachers that our school is striving to fulfill. We offer a competitive salary, tuition remission, partial funding for teacher training by application, medical benefits, and more. Please visit our website at www.waldorfstl.org to learn more about our school. The Waldorf School of St. Louis is dedicated to diversity, and we encourage candidates of all backgrounds and beliefs to apply. Detailed job descriptions available upon request. Please email cover letter with a short autobiographical statement, resume, and references to: employment@waldorfstl.org
Posted By: Kelly | 915 North Elm Avenue Webster Groves Missouri 63119 | Tel: 314-962-2129 | Fax: United States | http://www.waldorfstl.org
Immediate Opening: Live-In Houseparents
5/18/2015 10:50AM
The Lukas Community, a Rudolf Steiner inspired community, serves the lifelong needs of developmentally challenged adults. We are currently seeking compassionate, hardworking individuals, couples or small families to live with and help care for our residents in our beautiful extended-family homes as well as to participate in our therapeutic programs. Our programs include arts and crafts workshops, movement therapy, organic gardening, and animal care, as well as participation in a variety of cultural and recreational activities in the acclaimed Monadnock Region located in rural, southern New Hampshire. In addition to the personal rewards of working with our residents, we offer a complete benefits package which includes retirement, eight weeks paid vacation per year, and more. Applicants should be self-motivated. High school diploma required, experience with the developmentally challenged preferred. References required. For more information visit our website at www.lukascommunity.org. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to David Spears at lukas@monad.net or The Lukas Community, PO Box 137, Temple, NH 03084.
Posted By: David Spears | Temple New Hampshire 03084 | Tel: 603-878-4796 | Fax: | http://www.lukascommunity.org