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Current Job Offer (5 total)
Learning Specialist
4/26/2016 11:10AM
The Learning Specialist is responsible for the overall coordination, oversight, monitoring and remediation of student support at WSA. S/he works closely with all classroom teachers (preschool through 8th grade), the school counselor, parents, and outside professionals, and reports directly to the Core Faculty. The Learning Specialist helps meld the mainstream understanding of educational support with a Waldorf understanding of child development, both therapeutically and pedagogically. The Learning Specialist is responsible for identifying and assessing students who exhibit significant academic, behavioral, and/or social needs. These assessments provide a picture of the child’s learning modality, as well as physical, visual, and auditory development. The Learning Specialist helps students understand their unique learning styles and assists classroom teachers in working with students with different learning needs. S/he identifies students needing accommodations, reviews psychological and cognitive testing completed by private specialists, develops strategies to meet the needs of struggling students, designs professional development for teachers, coordinates meetings with families and teachers to discuss recommendations, coordinates out of school tutors and consultants, and provides student remediation, as necessary. Qualifications: The ideal Learning Specialist will possess significant knowledge of learning disabilities, including the ability to interpret mainstream test results of IQ, achievement, and learning disability diagnostic tests, knowledge of legal standards in compliance with state and federal laws, and an understanding of diverse teaching strategies across the curriculum. In addition, s/he will ideally have a solid foundation in Waldorf pedagogy and an in-depth understanding of therapeutic intervention strategies. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s Degree as well as an advanced degree in the field of Educational Support. Waldorf training is preferred. We are seeking a highly organized individual who is committed to excellence in teaching, parent education and dialogue, self-development, and collegial cooperation. Benefits: 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. Our School and Community: Founded in 1986, The Waldorf School of Atlanta offers a preschool to grade eight education for approximately 235 students. In addition to providing a dynamic academic program, our specialty classes include: Spanish, Eurythmy, Movement Education, Music (Recorder, Strings, & Chorus), Handwork, Woodwork, Practical Arts, and Sports Programs. Our faculty consists of trained and experienced Waldorf teachers who work actively to support the pedagogical life of our school. WSA is fully accredited by four local and national accrediting bodies, and is a full member of AWSNA. Our sister high school, Academe of the Oaks, provides a wonderful continuation of the Waldorf curriculum for our graduates. Our experienced and creative faculty works 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 out of Anthroposophy. 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: Teacher Search).
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
Ashwood Waldorf School
3/16/2016 12:23PM
Ashwood Waldorf School in Rockport, Maine is seeking applications for a first grade teacher. Like all of our classes, this class will become a multi-age classroom the following year. ashwood is situated on a spectacular 32-acre hillside campus with views of the Camden Hills, in the incomparably beautiful Mid-coast area of Maine. Now in its twenty-ninth year, the school enrolls 86 students. We employ 13 full and part-time teachers and the administration rounds out a vibrant faculty circle. Faculty work and study together, sharing the indications of Rudolf Steiner, which guide them: a willingness to grow and develop, both individually and as a school; to work mindfully; to teach creatively and with love; and to nurture a supportive and active community. Mid-coast Maine offers a superb quality of life. Stunning coastline, pastoral farmlands, pine forests and charming New England villages provide the backdrop for four seasons of unparalleled beauty and a diverse cultural life. The region offers an eclectic assortment of art galleries, music events and performances, theatre, year-round outdoor recreational opportunities, museums, historic inns, and great restaurants. In 2012, Ashwood Waldorf School received its most recent accreditation from the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWNSA) New England Association of Schools and Colleges, the, and the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America (WECAN). Please send a cover letter, resume, and contact for three professional references to Jody Spanglet: jspanglet@ashwoodwaldorf.org. Jody Spanglet ashwood Waldorf School 180 Park Street Rockport, Maine 04856 (207) 236-8021x103 www.ashwoodwaldorf.
Posted By: Jody | 180 Park St Rockport Maine 04856 | Tel: 207-236-8021 | Fax: | http://www.ashwoodwaldorf.org