The Waldorf School of Mendocino County offers an authentic Waldorf program: a dedicated and experienced faculty, a helpful staff, a supportive Board, and a committed parent community. We are located near both Rudolf Steiner College in the Sacramento area and the rich offerings in the greater San Francisco Bay.
Mendocino County maintains its rural flavor yet offers a culturally progressive experience, as only Northern California can. Mendocino College, for example, brings together a rich mixture of performance and visual arts, and organic and bio-dynamic agriculture. Farmers markets, organic restaurants, boutique shopping, wine tasting, the redwoods, and the nearby Pacific Coast also make our area a great place to raise a family.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits, including tuition remission, mentoring, and on-going teacher development and training opportunities.
HOW TO APPLY
For all positions, please send a letter of interest, resume, and references to:
The Waldorf School of Mendocino County
P.O. Box 349
You may also email your documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This teacher cares for our youngest students at the close of each school day, providing a rest time, indoor and outdoor play and snack. Students are signed in and out using a tablet - basic computer skills are necessary.
Hours/Schedule: Monday through Friday 12:45pm - 5:45pm
Plans and carries out daily activities appropriate to aftercare, which may include nap, activities, outdoor & indoor play, snack. May be responsible for planning and purchasing snack supplies.
Works regularly with the Faculty Liaison or ECE Teacher for guidance.
Maintains healthy relationship with parents of children in aftercare.
Ensures the health and welfare of each child. Maintains and keeps accessible emergency and pick-up information for each child as provided by office.
Ensures all school policies, guidelines & rules are followed relative to the children in aftercare.
Maintains accurate daily attendance records for the program using the provided tablet and software.
Cleans and locks room used for aftercare at the end of the day. May be responsible for securing the campus and setting the alarm system if last to leave campus.
Maintains professional conduct and appearance.
Must meet California Department of Social Services Community Care Licensing requirements for a fully qualified teacher (12 ECE units).
Waldorf training or experience with Waldorf education
Prior experience as a childcare provider
Strong communication skills
A commitment to Waldorf pedagogy
Flexibility, sense of humor, warmth of soul and spirit
This position may include a 50% remission for qualified students.
The Waldorf School of Mendocino County is seeking qualified applicants for our Development Director position. While we have work beginning immediately, we are most interested in hiring a colleague with our ideal mix of fundraising skill, networking ability and professional work experience and training. Familiarity with the social mission of Waldorf education is helpful and if our candidate does not possess this background, there must a willingness and interest in acquiring it. This part-time job is demanding and has specific deliverables. It also includes a degree of flexibility and creativity in the execution of the work.
Our ideal applicant is:
Able to bring effective fundraising strategies to our organization
Enjoys public speaking and has experience doing so
Comfortable talking about money
Able to demonstrate their experience working with diverse communities
Enjoys working as a team and being helpful
Able to track multiple timelines independently while incorporating feedback from colleagues
Extremely computer literate and able to learn programs independently when necessary
We are a small, independent Waldorf School. Our office staff and Faculty is well-established and experienced. We collaborate well together and our office is warm and professional.
Wage DOE. 50% tuition remission for qualified children is included.