for 2019-20 School Year
Summerfield Waldorf School and Farm seeks a Blossoms Teacher, two mornings per week, five hours/morning plus additional time devoted to outreach and parent work, averaging 12 hours/week total. We are looking for an experienced Waldorf early childhood teacher with demonstrated strength in working with young children and their parents. Hourly position; pay proportional with experience. Join a thriving early childhood faculty in Summerfield’s early childhood village.
The Blossoms classes at Summerfield are designed to help young children (2 1/2 – 3 years of age) mature socially while meeting their changing needs as they transition into the preschool years. Parents or caregivers accompany their children for the first few sessions of the school year; then, as the children become more comfortable and confident in their surroundings, adults transition out of the classroom setting. The children’s day follows a natural rhythm of circle time, indoor play, organic snack and outdoor activity. This class provides young children with a healthy dose of socialization and enrichment.
Please email your letter of intention and resume to Carrie Wooldridge, Human Resources Coordinator at email@example.com. Please also include three professional references (with phone numbers), at least two of whom have seen you teach.
Physical Requirements for Employees at SWSF:
Summerfield is both a school and farm. Though we do have paved pathways between various buildings, many pathways are unpaved and rough. Some have steep inclines and declines, steps and holes.
Employees must have the ability to:
- Stand and walk on various-density and uneven surfaces for extended periods of time and significant lengths;
- Sit for extended periods of time, both in chairs and on the floor;
- Use a computer for extended periods of time;
- Squat, stoop and/or bend over;
- Reach overhead, grasp, push/pull up to 35 pounds for short distances;
- Lift and carry up to 45 lbs. at waist height for short distances.
To learn more about our Roots n Shoots program, click here.