BUSINESS OFFICE  - BOOK KEEPER

The Santa Fe Waldorf School, Santa Fe's only private school offering the complete educational journey from preschool through high school, seeks an experienced Book Keeper familiar with payroll processing, reimbursements, accounts payable, reconciling accounts and human resources tasks such as generating contracts, managing benefits and maintaining employee personnel files. Qualified candidates will have extensive experience with both Quickbooks and Excel and demonstrated experience working with human resources-related tasks. Past experience working in a non-profit and/or educational institution is a plus.The Book Keeper supports daily operations in the school's Business Office and assists the Business Manager with daily accounting operations. This hourly role is 30 hours a week for 48 weeks of the year.

SALARY & BENEFITS: $15-$25 (dependent on experience), limited personal/sick leave benefit as a percentage of full-time equivalency annually

TO APPLY FOR THE POSITION: Please submit a letter of introduction that includes a brief autobiographical statement, a resume of professional qualifications and employment history, as well as a list of three phone and email references. The Hiring Committee will be accepting applications until the position is filled.

Interested candidates should send the requested materials to:

employment@santafewaldorf.org

OR MAIL TO:

Hiring Committee

Santa Fe Waldorf School

26 Puesta del Sol

Santa Fe, NM 87508 


HIGH SCHOOL MATH/SCIENCE 

The Santa Fe Waldorf School seeks an experienced high school Science and Mathematics instructor for the remainder of the 2014/15 academic year. This full-time position is temporary, spanning from October 6th to June 11th, 2015. We will consider applicants who have experience teaching math and science at the high school level with a preference for applicants familiar with Waldorf education and/or experiential learning.

Courses include a mix of block classes, which meet 100 minutes daily for 3-4 week durations, and track classes, which meet for 45 minutes, 3-4 times per week for the full year. The school seeks an instructor capable of delivering the following courses:

Block classes: Organic Chemistry I (9th grade), Inorganic Chemistry (10th grade), Descriptive Chemistry (11th grade), Biological Chemistry (12th grade), Ecology and the Environment (11th grade), and Botany (12th grade)

Track classes: Life Science (10th grade), Honors Biology (12th grade) and Calculus (12th grade)

Other responsibilities include: submitting grades and student narratives, attending weekly HS faculty meetings and monthly all-faculty meetings, and managing a small amount of weekly supervision duty.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: We offer full-time faculty a base annual salary of $36,100- plus increments for teaching experience and advanced degrees as well as a comprehensive benefit package.

TO APPLY FOR THE POSITION: Please submit a letter of introduction that includes a brief autobiographical statement, a resume of educational qualifications that includes teaching experience and additional employment history, as well as a list of three phone and email references. The Hiring Committee will be accepting applications until the position is filled.

Interested candidates should send the requested materials to:

employment@santafewaldorf.org

OR MAIL TO:

Hiring Committee

Santa Fe Waldorf School

26 Puesta del Sol

Santa Fe, NM 87508 


To submit your resume for any available position:

Interested applicants for any available position are invited to send a letter of introduction, a brief biography, and a resume in Word format (.doc file) or as a PDF file. Please state which position you would like to be considered for via email.

Or mail to:

Santa Fe Waldorf School
Attn: Hiring Committee
26 Puesta del Sol
Santa Fe, NM 87508

Employment Application Form - to be filled out only upon requested of the Hiring Committee 

 

Santa Fe Waldorf School Diversity Statement

The Santa Fe Waldorf School is non-sectarian and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in its educational, administrative, admission, athletic, and school programs and policies.