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Current Employment Opportunities for the 2015-2016 school year:

Faculty Chair
Working out of a model of collaborative leadership, the faculty chair works closely with the Full Faculty, grade school and early childhood department chairs, the College of Teachers, the Administration, and the Board of Trustees to plan and implement the pedagogical and administrative objectives and decisions of these bodies. The faculty chair serves as faculty liaison to the Board of Trustees, the Administration and the parent community. Inspiring a culture of collaboration, the faculty chair ensures that the faculty carry out its role in fulfilling the school's mission.

REQUIREMENTS: A successful candidate will:

  • Be an experienced Waldorf teacher with proven collaborative leadership experiences in a Waldorf school
  • Possess Waldorf certification or equivalent as defined in the CWS Faculty and Staff Handbook
  • Demonstrate a commitment to and the necessary skills for collaboration, objectivity, relationship and consensus building, and conflict resolution
  • Be timely, well-organized, able to effectively manage multiple projects, and have excellent communication skills
  • Have a demonstrated ability to set priorities and maintain accountability and appropriate documentation as required by the school
  • Have the ability to implement strategies in a timely manner
  • Hold at least a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in education or a related field
  • Have a strong understanding of Waldorf pedagogy and anthroposophy
  • Have the ability to maintain confidentiality of personnel and student information
  • Have strong administrative computer skills including experience with MS Office suite, email platforms, and Google docs.
 

Please click here to see the full position description.

To apply for a position, please send a cover letter, resume, and application (links below) to hiring@cwaldorf.org. Please indicate "Faculty Chair" in the subject line of the email. We appreciate receiving applications electronically. Please do not call in regard to your application. You will be contacted by a member of the Hiring Committee if we are interested in pursuing your application.

Application for prospective teachers


 

Ongoing Employment Opportunities:
 

Substitute teacher position
Applicants should have a college degree and teaching experience.  
 

To apply for a position, please send a cover letter, resume, and application (links below) to hiring@cwaldorf.org. Please indicate "Substitute Teacher" in the subject line of the email. We appreciate receiving applications electronically. Please do not call in regard to your application. You will be contacted by a member of the Hiring Committee if we are interested in pursuing your application.

Application for prospective teachers

 

Founded in 1982, the Charlottesville Waldorf School sits on a thirteen-acre campus three miles from downtown Charlottesville, Virginia. Our campus is the site of nursery and kindergarten classrooms, a LEED-certified grade-school building, and newly built, eco-friendly assembly hall, music room, and library. Charlottesville lies in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and is home to the University of Virginia. This small city surrounded by the beauty of the Virginia piedmont, offers a wide range of cultural activities and is a great place to raise a family.

Working at CWS is an exciting and fulfilling experience for creative, dedicated individuals. Our faculty and staff enjoy a healthy collegiality in which we strive to ensure the best experience for our students. We are supported in our endeavors by a strong, devoted parent body.

While the best applicants will be experienced in Waldorf education, we also welcome applications from experienced teachers to whom this pedagogy is new. CWS offers a comprehensive and supportive mentoring program for all of its new teachers and is an equal opportunity employer. We do not exclude anyone on the basis of race, religion, nationality, ethnic origin, or sexual orientation.