Interim Subject Teacher
Linden Waldorf School
Position: Interim Subject Teacher
Status: Part-Time, Salaried
Subject Teachers are considered to be knowledgeable in their subject and are responsible for developing, planning, and teaching their programs
Classroom Responsibilities and Duties:
- Prepare and teach subject curriculum, guided by the principles of Waldorf education.
- Develop and maintain a safe, harmonious social environment for the students.
- Provide regular communication to Class Teachers about curriculum, student performance, and unusual incidents.
- Begin and end classes on time to support the daily schedule.
- Participation in recess coverage for Grades 1 – 8.
- Attend at least one class/parent meeting to explain subject curriculum, answer parent questions, and foster familiarity between parents and Subject Teachers.
- Be available for parent-teacher conferences as requested by Class Teacher.
- Arrange and participate in conference(s) with parent and support faculty members, as needed, to discuss student academic or disciplinary concerns.
- Document observations of each student related to successes and challenges of presented curriculum.
- Complete mid-year report narratives covering student’s progress in subject class.
- Submit reports by assigned deadlines.
All teachers share responsibility for the well-being of the school. Aspects of this responsibility are:
- Maintaining and striving for an openness to understand and work with the Anthroposophical underpinnings of Waldorf Education and child development.
- Attendance and participation in weekly faculty meetings, three (3) In Service sessions in the beginning and end of each academic year (August and June) and spring of each year (February or March).
- Post office hours providing a minimum of one 30 – 60 minute period each week for phone or in-person conference availability.
- Attendance and participation in weekly Section meeting(s) as applicable to your position.
- Attendance and participation in Class section meetings in the Fall and Spring, as determined in consultation with Class Teacher, to share experiences and observations about each grade. Additional meetings may be scheduled to study and support individual classes.
- Attendance/assistance at major all-school activities in accordance with the All School Event Guidelines.
- Attendance at the All School Meetings called by the Board of Trustees.
- Participate in the design and execution of an individualized plan for professional development.
- Willingness to attend Waldorf Education training as set forth by LWS as part of individual professional development plan.
- Maintain and make readily available a lesson plan that can be given to a substitute teacher in the event of an absence.
- Other duties as assigned.
It is the policy of Linden Waldorf School to provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, status as a covered veteran, or any other legally protected status, in accordance with federal and state law, and not to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruitment, hiring, placement, compensation, benefits, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination and all other terms and conditions of employment.
1 – 3 years previous classroom experience
Knowledge or interest in Waldorf Education
Health, Vision, Dental, 401K
How to Apply
- Date Posted: September 23, 2020
- Type: Contract / Temp
- Job Function: Educator
- Service Area: Arts / Culture