The Brooklyn Waldorf School is seeking to fill the following positions. If any of the job descriptions below are of interest to you, please fill out our general employment application, as well as provide any other materials requested in the job description.
Part Time Math Teacher for 2015/16
The Brooklyn Waldorf School is seeking a Part Time Middle School Math Teacher. Qualified candidates will have at least three years of professional experience teaching math to middle school aged children. Candidates should hold a BA in a related field and have or be willing to take Waldorf Training. The ideal candidate will have familiarity with the Waldorf curriculum and approach to teaching. Qualified candidates will be expert in the middle school math curriculum and have the ability to inspire learning among a range of learning styles. Candidates with interests in the arts and movement are encouraged to apply. This is a great opportunity to work with a dynamic community dedicated to bringing Waldorf education to Brooklyn.
You can apply for the position here. If you have further questions about our school or the position, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage you to apply and look forward to hearing from you.
About the School
The Brooklyn Waldorf School provides an extraordinary Waldorf education in an urban environment for children in Parent-Child through Eighth grade Now in its tenth year, BWS is in a period of sustained growth and expansion. The 2015-16 academic year will be our fourth at our new permanent location, a historic property known as Claver Castle, in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. In our beautiful building, we offer the full Waldorf curriculum complete with gym, theater, terrace gardens and outdoor play spaces. Our community consists of creative and highly participative parents supporting our teachers and administrative staff. The lower school program is enriched by special subject teachers in orchestra, chorus, eurythmy, handwork, woodwork, games, Spanish, and Chinese. The Brooklyn Waldorf School is a full WECAN member and an AWSNA Developing school.
Brooklyn is one of the most exciting and fastest growing cities in America today. In the last decade, Brooklyn has become a hotbed of growth in the arts and creative industries. While providing easy access to all the incredible cultural assets of Manhattan, Brooklyn offers greater space and peace for new pursuits. This has lead to a resurgence in the arts and crafts, innovations in sustainable architecture, roof-top farming, farm-to-table restaurants, and an explosion of small businesses championing local sourcing and diverse, sustainable communities. Among Brooklyn’s many nearby treasures are The Brooklyn Museum, The Brooklyn Botanic Gardens and Prospect Park. Plentiful public transportation provides a quick trip to Manhattan’s many restaurants, theaters, and museums including The Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Natural History and The Metropolitan Museum. But Brooklyn has grown into it’s own lately, as a progressive city with distinct values from its surrounding boroughs. It is in this new Brooklyn that the Brooklyn Waldorf School finds itself perfectly at home, bringing Waldorf education to this dynamic community.
The Anthroposophic community in New York City and State is very vibrant and includes The Anthroposophic Society, Biodynamic Farm’s, Camphill Communities, The Threefold Education Center, Sunbridge College, a number of area Waldorf Schools and much more.