Strings Teacher 2022-23
Strings Teacher 2022-23
Portland Waldorf School is welcoming applications for a part-time Strings Teacher to assist the Music Director in the current 2022-23 school year. Successful candidates will enthusiastically and energetically engage students and will work collaboratively with other faculty and administrators to create an environment that is aligned with the school mission and program goals. This position is an integral part of the music program at our school, which offers a secure, healthy, and nurturing environment for students. We are looking for individuals dedicated to Waldorf education, with love and enthusiasm for teaching. We value confidence in representing Waldorf education to the broader community and dedication to the whole school.
Portland Waldorf School was founded in 1982 and is fully accredited through AWSNA. We serve over 300 students from early childhood through grade twelve on a beautiful seven-acre campus. We offer a full Waldorf curriculum, including eurythmy, handwork, instrumental and choral music, blacksmithing and woodworking, drama, Spanish, Mandarin, games/movement, middle and high school athletics and a high school foreign exchange program.
Duties include assisting the Music Director during strings classes, tuning strings instruments and minor repairs, assisting with room setup, giving break out strings lessons during class time, and floating during class to help with posture and behavior. Applicants with advanced cello skills preferred.
This is a part-time, hourly, non-exempt position with a pay rate of $50.00 per class for up to 11 classes per week, plus attending musical performances. Benefits offered include paid sick time per Oregon Paid Sick Time law. Please send resume, letter of interest, and three professional references to email@example.com.
Portland Waldorf School is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, age, gender, or any protected class. We acknowledge that a diversity of ethnicities, nationalities, socioeconomic backgrounds, gender expressions, sexual orientations, learning differences, and life experiences within our community enhance our school’s learning environment, and we are committed to cultivating equity and inclusion. We are seeking individuals who are committed to self-development, educational equity and inclusion, and have a willingness to participate in ongoing work related to diversity, equity, inclusion and justice. People of color and others underrepresented in our community are encouraged to apply.
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