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High School Humanities Teacher - 2020-21 Academic Year
|School Name||Seattle Waldorf School|
|City, State||Seattle, WA|
Title: High School History and Social Studies Teacher
Reports to: High School Pedagogical Chair FLSA
When Needed: 2020-2021 Academic Year
FTE: Full Time, Academic Year
Seattle Waldorf School is seeking an experienced, engaging, and compassionate history teacher to join the high school humanities department. We are looking for someone who can work effectively as part of a team, and independently. We need a leader who understands best practices in teaching, who is interested in collaborative and multidisciplinary approaches, and who is passionate about teaching high school students. We are looking for staff and faculty who share our belief that a culturally rich and inclusive school community provides students with the best possible environment for a quality education. Salary is competitive with independent schools. Seattle Waldorf School offers an excellent benefits package, opportunities for professional development, and an extraordinary work environment.
Who We Are:
At Seattle Waldorf School, students become creative problem-solvers—imaginative thinkers who journey toward intellectual excellence, human compassion, and artistic skill. Our modern curriculum is rooted in tradition—for children 18 months to 18 years. We lead students on a joyful journey that fosters critical thinking, synthesis, and creativity. We are privileged to employ some of the most highly trained Waldorf teachers in the country. Founded in Seattle in 1980, we are the only Preschool–Grade 12 Waldorf School in Washington. At Seattle Waldorf School we are committed to creating a community that is inclusive for all faculty, staff, families and students, especially those who have been impacted by racism and oppression, and to create a culture that supports racial equity by changing our existing systems and practices.
Our Mission: Daily we strive to inspire learning, courage, and joy in the developing human being.
Job Summary: Under minimal supervision, provides an optimal classroom experience for high school students, inspiring their study of history, civics, and aesthetics.
Education & Experience:
Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
If that sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.
To Apply: Interested candidates should respond immediately by email with a letter of interest, resume, and employment application, available on the school website at: http://www.seattlewaldorf.org/careers/
Thank you for your interest in Seattle Waldorf School and this position.
Position open until filled. No phone calls or drop-ins please.