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Kindergarten and Early Childhood

Outdoor Kindergarten Teacher

Feb 13 2018 | Live Oak Waldorf School | Meadow Vista, CA

Live Oak Waldorf School is looking for an enthusiastic, loving teacher who will be responsible for creating and maintaining a beautiful and nurturing Waldorf environment for our youngest students and their parents. The position will be best filled by a teacher who has a warm, congenial manner with parents and can successfully manage a group of children in an imaginative way. Working independently with guidance will be necessary.

REQUIREMENTS:
To be considered, candidates must have completed or be working towards the Waldorf Teacher Training program or LifeWays training. All state required vaccines must be current as well as having current TB test results. Candidate must also be CPR certified. Candidate must undergo Live Scan (fingerprinting) and a background check prior to being hired.

Situated in beautiful, sunny Northern California, Live Oak Waldorf School is fully accredited by AWSNA, serving 150 students from Nursery through Eighth Grade. We offer many rich programs, including Spanish, Eurythmy, Movement Education, Music (Recorder, Strings, Band, Ensemble), Handwork, and Woodwork. Our beautiful campus sits on forty acres at the foot of Mount Katherine and is home to a biodynamic community garden, the first USA Demeter certified Apiary and many magical hiking trails. We have an experienced, dedicated faculty who share a strong commitment to mentoring and working out of Anthroposophy.

To apply please fax or email a cover letter, resume copy of transcript, and three letters of reference to 530-878-0624 or bbuckle@liveoakwaldorf.org.

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