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Wood Work Teacher

Jun 13 2017 | Sebastopol Independent Charter School | Sebastopol

Join our committed Waldorf-trained faculty
as a Wood Work Teacher in 2017-2018

We offer wood work to our students in 6th grade (4 periods), 7th grade (2 periods) and 8th grade (2 periods). (A total of 8 periods). We have a covered outdoor wood work shop with tools. Only half of each class is taught each time (you will only teach 14-16 students).

Sebastopol Charter School is a K-8 charter school with experienced, Waldorf-trained teachers and a commitment to offering a Waldorf curriculum with integrity. Our parent body is incredibly committed to Waldorf education and works hard to support the faculty and school. Sebastopol Charter was the first charter school to provide Waldorf education in the San Francisco Bay Area 20 years ago. We have purchased a new 20-acre campus with a 10-acre biodynamic farm and we look forward to moving in 2018.

We are located in the small city of Sebastopol, in beautiful Sonoma County, 25 minutes from the spectacular Northern California coast and an hour from San Francisco and Berkeley. The ocean breezes tend to keep the summers cool, and the winters mild. Luther Burbank, a botanist, called it “nature’s chosen spot of all the Earth.” Numerous K-8 plus two Waldorf high schools, private and public, populate the area, making Sonoma County “Waldorf Mecca.”

Qualified applicants will have successful teaching experience and wood work skills. Waldorf training is preferred. We offer a very competitive compensation package. Please learn more about us at www.sebastopolcharter.org.

Please send your resume, cover letter and 3 reference letters (with contact information) to Chris Topham, Executive Director, [email protected]

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