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Early Childhood/Elementary Teachers
Mar 01 2017 | Waldorf-Steiner Palma School | Palma, Majorca, Spain
The school was founded by a non-profit organization of teachers and parents united in the interest of educating and caring for children through Waldorf Education. The school is located in a historic building from the 17th century in Palma, Majorca, Spain, near the beach, mountains and the city center. We are a trilingual, American school, which teaches in English, Spanish and Catalan. Our school is both rooted in Mallorca but also truly international, with children of 13 nationalities that speak 8 languages.
Thanks to the interest of families on the island, we are growing quickly and we are looking for enthusiastic teachers capable of stimulating and nourishing this wonderful and budding community project.
• European Union Work Permit.
• Teacher training from an American institution
• Waldorf teaching certificate
• Successful classroom experience teaching in a Waldorf school or Steiner inspired school
• Bilingual in English and Spanish
• American citizenship
Please submit a cover letter and resume to us at [email protected] (subject line: “Early Childhood/Elementary Teacher Search”)
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