The Davis Waldorf School (located in Northern California near Sacramento) seeks a first grade teacher for our school that houses a full Waldorf program on our beautiful 5 acre campus.
Our 30 year old school serves approximately 200 children from preschool – 8th grade. We have a strong and experienced faculty dedicated to working out of Anthroposophy. The administrative team (Director of Pedagogy and Programs, Administrator, business management, bookkeeping, enrollment, development, registrar, and receptionist) work well together supporting the tasks necessary to deliver a full accredited Waldorf curriculum. Our parents are invested in their children's education and in the school, bringing great enthusiasm and energy to any project.
We will be contacting candidates who meet the following qualifications: Bachelors or Masters Degree and Waldorf School Teaching Certification. Prior teaching experience is highly desirable. Competitive salary and benefits include: medical, dental, and vision insurance; full tuition and child care remission for up to two children ages 2– grade 8; needs-based tuition assistance available through the Sacramento Waldorf High School; a retirement plan and ongoing teacher development opportunities.
Our school is located in Davis, California, just one and a half hours from Sierra skiing in Tahoe, one hour from the San Francisco Bay Area, and one hour from California’s famed wine region. Davis is a university town with a progressive, vigorous community noted for its small-town style, energy conservation, environmental programs, parks, tree preservation, red double-decker London buses, miles of bike paths and greenbelts, and the quality of its educational institutions.
We are accredited by and a full member school of AWSNA [Association of Waldorf Schools of North America] and WECAN [Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America].
To apply, please mail or email a cover letter, your resume, and contact information for three references to the Davis Waldorf School at: firstname.lastname@example.org