Lower Grades Activities Teacher
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Love where you work! The Waldorf School of Princeton sits on 20 acres of beautifully tended campus, including access to a creek, forest walks, and carefully tended gardens. The campus is within easy reach of the thriving village center of Hopewell and the college town of Princeton. Further afield, New York City, Philadelphia and the Jersey Shore provide endless entertainment at weekends.
An Associate Member of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America, the Waldorf School of Princeton is committed to providing a rich Waldorf education to all its students, from pre-K through 8th grade. In 2021, the school committed to a nine-year plan to build our school into a beacon for the local community, with a team of dedicated, well-supported, excellent educators at its heart. We are excited to welcome new members of our team to help us on this journey.
Joining the Waldorf School of Princeton, you will find yourself among kindred spirits. Our faculty and staff form a supportive group, working together for the children in our care, encouraging one another to do their best work, and extending grace when we struggle.
Teachers who are not familiar with Waldorf education will be supported through the training and professional development needed to deliver our carefully crafted curriculum that meets the developmental needs of each child.
Lower Grades Activities Teacher for immediate start
The Waldorf School of Princeton is looking for a talented individual who is gratified by teaching young children aged 6-10. This person could fulfill this position with a variety of educational offerings: nature studies, nature crafts, seasonal craft projects, games, singing or wooden flute playing. They should be willing to work with the class teachers of grades 1, 2, and 3 and to tailor activities to the Waldorf curriculum.
This could be an ideal position for a person who would like to consider becoming a Waldorf teacher. We will offer on-site training as well as professional development. At the present time, this is a part-time, hourly, non-exempt 6-10 hour position working 3-5 afternoons per week. The hourly pay is $31 per hour.
We are particularly interested in receiving applications from candidates with life experiences less well-represented in the independent school sector.
Interested? Please send your resume and cover letter to Pamela Shafer, Faculty Chair, email@example.com
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