Employment

The Washington Waldorf School employs teachers with a love of students and teaching. We seek teachers with experience and training in Waldorf education and an abiding interest in the foundational philosophy of the school. We also welcome teachers new to Waldorf education if they have a serious interest in developing themselves as Waldorf teachers. Specific qualifications for positions will be listed with individual job postings.

Finishing Touches and Move-In Help (Posted August 17, 2015)

Casual Labor

We need casual labor, preferably WWS current high school students and WWS graduates, to work between the dates of August 19 to about September 18; minimum 3-hour shift requested, between the hours of 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday, and some Saturdays if you are willing. Maximum of four people per shift. Pay: $10/hour. Supervisor: John Cox, Facilities Manager. Examples of duties: *Touch up painting *Light touch up carpentry *Furniture assembly - teacher's desks, bookshelves, etc. *Blackboard painting * Light grounds maintenance * Light furniture moving. Email John Cox, Facilities Manager for details and to sign up.

Volunteer Labor

We need parent and parents of alumni volunteers to help us unpack and complete the finishing touches in the classrooms, between the dates of August 31 and September 6; minimum 2-hour shift requested, between the hours of 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday of that week. Examples of duties: *unpack classroom supplies *touch-up painting *moving classroom furniture into place, *unpack highschool art supplies *unpack handwork supplies *re-cover bulletin boards with fresh burlap. Email Caitlin MacKenzie for details and to sign up.

Adjunt Drama Teacher 2015-2016 (Re-posted August 25, 2015)

WWS is seeking an adjunct faculty member to teach our 10th grade drama course. Minimum of bachelor’s degree, drama experience, and background check (performed at hire) required; directing and teaching experience is preferred.

The course is taught over two sessions: September 11–November 6 (half of the students in the class), approximately 22 sessions and November 9–January 22 (other half of the students in the class), approximately 24 sessions. Compensation for each session is $845, or $1690 for both sessions. Class periods are: Mondays, 10:55-11:40; Tuesdays, 10:55-11:40; and Fridays, 10:05-10:50.

All 10th grade students are required to take this course. Enrollment each quarter will be 10-12 students. The course is meant to be an experience and process-oriented exploration of drama, and is not oriented toward a final performance. We can provide narrative descriptions of the course as taught in previous years, but the content and design of the course will be up to the teacher. The course is graded and credited, so the teacher will need to keep a record of class attendance and provide a brief narrative description of the class and a participation-based grade for each student to the Registrar at the end of each quarter. Please email a letter of interest and resume to Bonnie McClelland. (no calls, please).

Part-Time Receptionist (Posted August 18, 2015)

The Washington Waldorf School is seeking a part-time front desk receptionist Monday – Friday from 4 –6 p.m. Duties include answering phones, monitoring the front door, filing, and other duties as assigned. Please email resume and letter of interest to Marie Maurer. No phone calls please.

Math Support Specialist (Posted July 28, 2015)

WWS is seeking a math support specialist for the 2015-2016 academic school year. The candidate will work with students from grade 4 through 8. The position includes working closely together with both the 4th and 5th grade teachers during math skills classes and providing after school math homework support for 6th through 8th grade students three times a week. In-class work includes games and exercises supporting math skills. The position is part time, paid hourly for a total 10 contact hours per week. There is the possibility to extend the hours through work with small groups of high school students. Bachelor's degree required. Interest in Waldorf education and understanding of the Waldorf curriculum are also required. Waldorf experience is a big plus. Please email resume and letter of interest to Marie Maurer. No phone calls, please.