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Waldorf School of Princeton is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation that hires qualified candidates and does not discriminate on the basis of color, national and ethnic origin, or sexual orientation. Job openings are posted throughout the year.
We offer a competitive salary, plus a health insurance plan and tuition remission for qualified employees.
Movement and Games Teacher
The Waldorf School of Princeton is looking to hire a part-time Movement and Games teacher to teach grades 1-8 for the 2018-19 school year. The ideal candidate has teaching experience, a love of games, sports, and movement, and lives locally. Knowledge of Waldorf education and/or Spacial Dynamics is preferred. This position could potentially include coordinating after school sports (cross country and basketball). Interested candidates may send a cover letter, resume and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Waldorf School of Princeton is looking to hire a part-time gardening teacher for the 2018-19 school year. The gardening teacher manages gardening classes, maintains the physical garden, and facilitates various greater campus projects. The gardening teacher will work with children ages 8 through 14 in a variety of class and outdoor conditions. The work involves both directing and managing an outdoor classroom, as well as physical gardening work, set up, and clean up. Interested candidates may send a cover letter, resume and three references to email@example.com
The Waldorf School of Princeton is looking to hire a part-time Handwork teacher to teach grades 1-8 for the 2018-19 school year. The Handwork teacher is a master of the practical arts, processing skills in knitting, sewing, felting, and more. The Handwork teacher will design projects for the children based on the Waldorf curriculum and child development. The ideal candidate has experience teaching children and a love for creating artistic projects out of yarn, string, fabric and wool. Waldorf Applied Arts training/classroom experience is preferred. Interested candidates may send a cover letter, resume and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Waldorf School of Princeton seeks a highly motivated, personable team player who can work with the school’s administration and faculty to welcome families into our school community. The Admissions Coordinator cultivates and nurtures relationships with prospective Waldorf School of Princeton families, parents, and students in order to identify and enroll good candidates for admission. The core purpose of this role is to sustainably build up the student body by engaging and admitting families who share the school’s educational values and goals.
The Waldorf School of Princeton celebrates each individual’s unique value. By integrating the academic, artistic, and practical, the school’s rich, humanistic curriculum awakens students’ warmth of heart, clarity of thought, and strength of purpose, always guiding students toward the self-knowledge they will need in order to make a difference in the complex world we live in. To shape parents’ first impressions and ongoing perceptions of the school, the Admissions Coordinator embodies the school’s values in interactions and communications with prospective and current families, as well as with co-workers and volunteers.
We are looking for an individual who can use all the resources of the modern workplace—including information technology—in the service of this higher purpose. This person must be a self-starter who can make the best use of available resources; but must also listen to and read others well, adjusting their responses to newly emerging information whenever doing so will serve the greater good of the school. Clearly, communication skills are paramount.
Part-time, hourly position with flexible hours requiring a minimum of four hours per weekday onsite, and additional hours either offsite, or onsite during weekends or in the evening; twelve months of the year.
$20,000 per year, minimum; negotiable based on candidate’s education, training, and prior experience in Enrollment Development; some benefits.
July 2, 2018
Proven effectiveness as an Admissions Coordinator or in a related area; Bachelor’s degree preferred; Proficiency with digital applications; State of NJ pre-employment clearance.
Interested candidates may send a cover letter, resume and three references to email@example.com
“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” —Albert Einstein