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Classification:
Hourly
Non exempt

High School Physics Teacher

We are seeking an enthusiastic, part-time, high school physics teacher to join us in the 2019-2020 school year; physics teaching experience, preferably in Waldorf education, is required. Beginning in December 2019, the High School Physics Teacher would teach following blocks:

a) Optics for 12th grade, Dec 2-19 (23.5 contact hours)

b) Classical Mechanics for 10th Grade, Jan 6-24 (23.5 contact hours)

c) Thermodynamics for 9th Grade, Feb 24-Mar 15 (25 contact hours)

 An incoming teacher would join our strong, experienced team of teachers committed to excellence in the classroom and to working effectively with parents and collaboratively with colleagues in order to meet the needs of our students. 

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: This is a part-time, hourly, independent instructor position. Compensation for this role is dependent on experience.

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION: Please submit a brief letter of introduction including a brief autobiographical statement, a resume, a completed application, and a list of three references with phone and email contacts.

Interested candidates should send the requested materials to:
employment@santafewaldorf.org


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Open Coaching Positions

Varsity Co-ed Soccer Head Coach (Job Description)
Varsity Boys Basketball Assistant Coach
Varsity Girls Basketball Assistant Coach
Middle School Girls Volleyball Head Coach (
Job Description)

The Santa Fe Waldorf School is seeking enthusiastic, experienced coaches to join our vibrant after school athletics program. Santa Fe Waldorf School offers no-cut team sport opportunities to students in grades 6-12 to help develop student strength, cooperation, perseverance and pride. Our school is a member of the New Mexico Athletics Association (NMAA), which has repeatedly recognized Santa Fe Waldorf School with awards for exemplary sportsmanship. The Waldorf Wolves have had the distinction of multiple state bids in volleyball, basketball and track and field at our division level for the past few years.

COMPENSATION: Stipends range from $1,250-$4,000, depending on position. See Job Descriptions for details.

TO APPLY FOR THE POSITION: Interested candidates should submit a brief letter of introduction, and a resume of coaching/athletic experience along with an employment history. The Hiring Committee will be accepting applications until the positions are filled.

Interested candidates should send the requested materials to:
employment@santafewaldorf.org.


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Classification:Hourly
Non-exempt

Part-time Mathematics Teacher

The Santa Fe Waldorf School is seeking an enthusiastic part-time mathematics teacher preferably with Waldorf teacher training and/or Waldorf teaching experience to join us in the 2019-20 school year. A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a related subject area is required. This mathematics teaching position covers grades 6-10 math skills classes weekly and, potentially, math blocks in the high school, during the academic year (late August to beginning of June).

An incoming math teacher would join our experienced faculty and be committed to: excellence in the classroom, working effectively with parents, and engaging collaboratively with colleagues to ensure a dynamic, innovative and challenging experience for our students.

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COMPENSATION: This is a part-time, hourly, adjunct instructor position. Compensation for this role is dependent on experience.

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION: Please submit a brief letter of introduction, a resume, a completed application, and a list of three references with phone and email contacts.

Interested candidates should send the requested materials to:
employment@santafewaldorf.org


Employment Application Form

Employment Application Form 

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.