Would you like to become a sponsor?

Languages

Middle School and High School German

Jan 26 2018 | Hartsbrook School | Hadley, MA

Two-thirds German Teacher
The Hartsbrook School, a Waldorf school in the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts, is seeking a two-thirds time German teacher for our middle and high school German program for the fall of 2018. There would be 12 – 14 periods of German teaching depending on how the grades are combined.

We are looking for a warm, enthusiastic colleague who can continue this successful program in our middle grades and high school. The Hartsbrook School also offers Spanish and has offered two languages since the school’s inception.

Qualifications: Candidates must be fluent in German and be able to provide instruction in both written and oral German up to the German IV level as well as bring elements of German culture to life in the classroom. Many of our high school students do language exchanges so the teacher needs to be able to teach to differing levels in one class. We are also looking for candidates who are willing and able to work out of the principles of the Waldorf education. Prior experience teaching German is a plus.

Salary: Our current range is $24,000 to $33,000 for a .67position, commensurate with experience.

Benefits: We offer a pro-rated benefit package which includes health and dental insurance, short and long term disability
insurance, a 403(b) plan, and tuition remission for enrolled children.

To apply: Please send a letter of interest, your resume and the names of three references to employment@hartsbrook.org. Please also fill out the employment application found on our website.


Viewed: 177 times

Add a Job Listing

Post a job opening Seeking a position?

Newsletter Archive

See all newsletters »

Join the Mailing List!

Stay Connected…
Each week receive the Waldorf News Weekly Update, full of news, events, and more. Keep abreast of what's happening with Waldorf education.

Featuring over 900 images of student work from around the world.
Browse images »