Located blocks from the Mississippi River, the Waldorf School of New Orleans is a federally recognized 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, nationality or ethnic origin in its admissions, educational, and hiring policies.
As the only Waldorf School in the state of Louisiana, our faculty and staff enjoy the fantastic opportunities that come with living in one of the most unique cities in America. From exploring the French Quarter and spending all weekend at Jazz Fest, to partaking of fabulous restaurants and getting a break off at Mardi Gras, we celebrate life.
We offer competitive salaries and benefits, and will grant moving stipends to qualified applicants from outside the New Orleans area, so come on down!
Interested candidates are asked to please submit their letter of interest, resume, biography, and 3 letters of reference to:
The Waldorf School of New Orleans, Attention: Teacher Search Committee 517 Soraparu St. #101 New Orleans, LA 70130. You may also fax or email your material. FAX: 504-525-3223 email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Long-term 2/3 Grade Substitute
The Waldorf School of New Orleans is seeking a creative and energetic substitute teacher for our 2/3 class for the 2015-16 while their much-beloved teacher is on maternity leave.
Bachelors Degree from an accredited university.
Waldorf Grades Teaching Certification (or be on the path to certification) from an AWSNA approved program.
At least two years of experience teaching in a Waldorf classroom.
Experience teaching a combined class.
Additional non-Waldorf Teaching experience will also be considered.
Class teachers are the core of our school and form a unique relationship with students based on personal and academic commitment. This relationship involves creating a productive working relationship with parents as well as a cooperative relationship with the rest of the faculty. We are looking for an individual who is willing to listen and collaborate with all members of our community in a spirit of generosity.
In addition to Waldorf education and experience, the ideal candidate will have the ability to express oneself effectively verbally and in writing. The candidate will also be someone willing to promote the Waldorf School of New Orleans at community events.