Emerson Waldorf School (EWS), set on fifty-four wooded acres, was founded in 1984 and offers grades N-12. EWS became a full member of AWSNA in 1998 and is accredited by NCAIS and SAIS. The Research Triangle Area of North Carolina, Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill, is growing rapidly and is situated midway between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Atlantic coast. Please visit our Relocation Info page to learn more about the area. Teaching at Emerson Waldorf School in Chapel Hill, NC offers many rewards, such as:
Classes- A large, vibrant early childhood program feeds healthy-sized classes.
School- A full, well rounded Waldorf education, nursery through 12th grade. Full AWSNA member school and current SAIS/SACS accreditation.
Campus- A spacious 54 acres of woods, meadow and gentle hills. Includes a 20+ acre farm.
Colleagues- Experienced faculty share a warm collegiality and a healthy engagement in cooperative leadership.
Benefits- Competitive salary and outstanding benefits with full tuition remission for children of full time employees.
Governance- Solid governance structure, with clear means for sharing authority between administration, board and college.
Anthroposophy- A strong local anthroposophical society offers study groups, First Class group, Foundation Studies and festival activities. Two local biodynamic farms, a local anthroposophical doctor and a Christian Community.
Location- Midway between the North Carolina mountains and the Atlantic coast. An economically strong region known for its cutting-edge research facilities.
Community- Rural farmlands, friendly small-towns, suburban neighborhoods and urban dwellings are all no more than an easy 20-minute drive.
Culture- We are home to five major universities and a rich cultural life including a world class symphony, opera company, dance festival, theater companies and museums.
We are currently looking for the following positions:
Full Time German Teacher – Fall 2015
Emerson Waldorf School is currently seeking an enthusiastic and experienced part time teacher of German for Grades 1 - 8, to begin the Fall of 2015. We are looking to hire a teacher with Waldorf training who demonstrates a passion for teaching out of anthroposophy, a deep love for children and who aspires to work in a highly cooperative atmosphere. The ideal candidate will also be a native German speaker.
Ecology or Mechanics Teacher: Short-term, Part-time
The Emerson Waldorf High School is seeking a qualified teacher for either the subject of Ecology (11th grade) or Mechanics (10th grade) to be taught during the three-week period from February 23 through March 13, 2015, Mon-Fri from 8:15a to 10:00a. The course will be taught as experientially and phenomenologically as possible, and some materials and curriculum-development support will be made available. Teachers are given significant freedom to structure courses as they choose, and a mentor will be available to facilitate organization of content and classroom dynamics, if necessary. Qualified candidates are expected to have teaching experience and expertise in one of these fields. Dates and times are not flexible.
Starting full time salary at EWS is $35,000 annually with generous annual teaching experience increments, health benefits and full tuition remission for children of full time salaried employees. EWS offers a full Waldorf education, nursery through 12th grade, and is an AWSNA full member school, and accredited with SAIS/SACS. Experienced, strong faculty share warm collegiality and a healthy understanding of cooperative leadership.
If you are interested in joining our exceptional faculty, please email your resume and cover letter, brief biographical sketch, and three references to:
Kelley Wiley, Communications Director, email@example.com
Emerson Waldorf School
6211 New Jericho Road, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27516 | 919-967-1858 x13.
The Emerson Waldorf School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its education policies, admissions policies, tuition adjustment program, athletic, or other school-administered programs.