The Housatonic Valley Waldorf School is seeking an Enrollment Director. We offer a competitive salary, tuition remission, and a health plan.
Maintain and promote a healthy enrollment and positive experience for families through the admissions and re-enrollment process at Housatonic Valley Waldorf School (HVWS). The Enrollment Director develops and implements professional enrollment/admissions procedures and strategies based on Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA), Connecticut Association of Independent Schools (CAIS), and National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) best practices. This position focuses on both external and internal messaging about HVWS and Waldorf Education across all platforms: in-person, digital, and print.
As a member of the administration team, the Enrollment Director coordinates with colleagues to provide consistent office staffing; and promote a friendly, welcoming atmosphere in the administration offices and to ensure the safety and security of students.
The Enrollment Director is a year-round, full-time position.
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Please submit your Resume, a Cover Letter and an HVWS application to email@example.com. Applicants should also be prepared to provide letters of reference and a brief bio.
About Our School:
Our school prides itself on supporting all staff members in developing good interpersonal communication skills, to conduct self-evaluations, and to set goals for the year. The Staff Development Committee supports professional training and workshops, peer and professional mentoring and provides support where needed.
HVWS is a Pre-K through Eighth Grade school, with four robust Early Childhood classes and Parent-Child classes, and an active Summer Camp. Specialty classes for First through Eighth Grades include Spanish, German, Handwork, Eurythmy, Music, (Recorder Ensemble and Chorus) Strings, Traditional Folk Dance and Gym classes with a trained Spatial Dynamics teacher. Our Educational Support Group offers therapeutic services to children as needed. After-School Enrichment provides archery, painting and drawing, circus arts, karate and other classes. The school has a peaceful and joyful atmosphere, with professionally Lazure-painted classrooms and spacious playgrounds. Our vibrant and warm community sponsors Anthroposophical study groups, fairs, festivals, handwork groups, and parenting lectures and workshops.
HVWS was founded in 1989 and is accredited by AWSNA, WECAN, CAIS and NCPSA. This June will mark the 20th anniversary of our first graduating class, the Class of 2002. We enjoy a collaborative and committed faculty and a strong, supportive Board of Trustees.
HVWS is part of the Newtown community in the Housatonic River Valley, which is rich in history. With some of the most beautiful landscapes in the Northeast, there are many forests, nature preserves, farms, lakes and rivers for our students to explore and enjoy. We are close to New York City and the Berkshire Mountains with their sophisticated cultural environments, as well as Anthroposophical communities in Spring Valley, NY; Harlemville, NY; and Great Barrington, MA.