Employment Opportunities

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 the application link provided, as well as provide any other materials requested in the job description.

Grades Teacher(s) Academic Year 2020-2021

Summary: The Brooklyn Waldorf School seeks experienced Class Teachers to begin their work in September 2019. We have just begun to imagine our Class Teacher line up for the 2019-2020 academic year, please check in for recent updates on specific classes. The ideal candidate has prior teaching experience, is well rounded in the arts, and seeks a collaborative, professional environment. Our faculty is comprised of a diverse mix of seasoned Waldorf teachers and those new to Waldorf education. Hailing from all parts of the world, our teachers blend wonderfully into the fabric of Bedford Stuyvesant. Sense of community is strong and is the cornerstone of the school’s rapid and solid evolution. The partnership between teacher-child-parent lives deeply at our school. Ideally, candidates will have completed their Waldorf Teacher Training to qualify. Salaries for our teaching positions start at $57,345, commensurate with experience. We provide strong benefits to employees, including medical and dental health insurance coverage, retirement, flexible spending, and metro cards.

Work Schedule: Full-Time

Reports to: Faculty Council

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Parent-Child Assistant (Part-Time – Hourly)

Summary: The Brooklyn Waldorf School seeks a Parent Child Assistant to begin their work in September 2018. Our Early Childhood Program is well established and is a fully accredited member of WECAN. Our established Parent Child Program encompasses offerings for children birth to three in three semesters. Additionally, we have a robust Tea & Play outreach program.

We are looking for individuals with a great love of infants and toddlers and the ability to work with their parents. This is a support role asking that the candidate be able to create the ideal space for the best work to occur between the families and the lead teacher. Knowledge of Waldorf pedagogy is helpful. Our faculty is comprised of a diverse mix of seasoned Waldorf teachers and those new to Waldorf education. Hailing from all parts of the world, our teachers blend wonderfully into the fabric of Bedford Stuyvesant. Sense of community is strong and is the cornerstone of the School’s rapid and solid evolution. The partnership between teacher-child-parent lives deeply at our school.

Work Schedule: Part Time (Hourly)

Reports to: Faculty Council

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Various Administrative Positions

Please submit your resume here for any administrative positions you feel you would be qualified for.

Work Schedule: Full Time / Part Time

Reports to: Administrative Council

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PART-TIME In-School Tutor/Ed Tech

Reports to: The Faculty Council

Work Schedule: Part-Time, 24hrs/week (Mon & Wed 12-3; Tues, Thurs, Fri 12-5)

Summary: The Brooklyn Waldorf School seeks an in-school tutor for small-group work in elementary school math and reading.   The right individual will be open to Waldorf teaching methods and curriculum.

Key responsibilities include:

• Working with our lead Learning Support teacher for small pullout math and reading groups in grades 2-5.

• Coordinating and staffing our “homework lab” after-school program (3pm-5pm), which is attended on a drop-in basis by small groups of children from grades 5-7.  A comfort with middle-school level math is essential.

• Coordinating with subject and specialty teachers on behalf of students.

We are looking for individuals with training in one or more of the following:  reading and math intervention, elementary school teaching, or a history of tutoring children with reading and math difficulties.  Some basic knowledge of Waldorf education, and an openness towards our school’s unique educational philosophy and tech-free environment would be beneficial to long term success at our School.

People of color and other persons traditionally underrepresented in the educational field are encouraged to apply.

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SETSS Provider for Elementary Level Reading/Math Intervention

Reports to: The Faculty Council

Work Schedule: During and after school hours, as determined according to student needs

Compensation: You will bill your hours through the DOE

Summary: The Brooklyn Waldorf School seeks a reading/math intervention SETSS provider who is licensed by the NYC DOE to work with multiple students on site during the school day for both pullout and push-in instruction.   The right individual will be open to working cooperatively with our unique Waldorf teaching methods, curriculum, and tech-free environment.

Key responsibilities include:

• Providing personalized pullout instruction in reading and/or math for 5-10 students grades 2-8 whose IESPs authorize SETSS services.

• Coordinating with our Learning Support teacher to arrange a schedule compatible with our students’ and teachers’ needs.

• Maintaining active communication with parents and teachers regarding student progress and areas for development.

Some basic knowledge of Waldorf education, and an openness towards our school’s unique educational philosophy and tech-free environment would be beneficial to long term success at our School.

People of color and other persons traditionally underrepresented in the educational field are encouraged to apply.

Click here to complete an online application.