Early Childhood Lead Teacher – Part-time OR Full-time
The Waldorf School of Saint Louis is hiring a trained Lead Teacher for our expanding Early Childhood department. We currently have five weekly sessions of Parent Child, a Nursery class and a mixed age Kindergarten. We are flexible in the position we are hiring for and could combine a three day Lead Nursery Teacher with a 2 day Parent Child Lead Teacher to make this position full time or keep it a part time Lead Nursery Teacher position.
The Waldorf School of Saint Louis is hiring a classroom teacher to carry our combined grades 1 and 2 beginning in the fall of 2017.
Part-Time Main Lesson Block Teacher
The Waldorf School of Saint Louis is hiring part-time, experienced classroom educators to teach main lesson blocks at different grade levels beginning in the fall of 2017.
Ideal candidates will have a passion for realizing the dream of Waldorf education in the heartland of America, experience and training in Early Childhood 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 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.
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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. 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, just West of downtown Saint Louis.
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.