We are always looking for talented individuals to join our team, whether in the faculty or in the administration. Please do reach out and let us know you are interested in being a part of our professional community.
Substitute Preschool Teacher
The Santa Cruz Waldorf School is looking for dynamic, creative, and dedicated substitute teachers to join our Preschool Program. Different subbing opportunities exist for full day, half day, and aftercare, Monday through Thursday.
Primary responsibilities include:
Applicants should demonstrate:
Education and Experience Requirements:
Please submit your resume and cover letter (highlighting your teaching experience, qualifications, and strengths) to:
firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.
Eurythmy Teacher 2023-2024
It is an exciting time at the Santa Cruz Waldorf School (SCWS). We look forward to the opportunities that the academic year 2023 / 2024 will bring. With a commitment to diversity, growth, enhanced programs, a campus master plan, and a new strategic plan, we can’t help but feel enthusiastic about what the years ahead hold for our school.
We are seeking an enthusiastic, energetic Eurythmist to teach two blocks of Eurythmy for the 2023-2024 school year. The position includes; teaching Eurythmy classes Pre-K through 8th Grade, producing one student evening performance in the spring after completion of both blocks, and leading 15 minutes of Eurythmy with faculty during the block weeks.
Candidates must have completed full Eurythmy training.
About our school and community:
Inclusivity and diversity are core values at SCWS and we celebrate them. We are committed to the active practice of diversity, equity, and inclusivity principles in our curriculum, enrollment, community, and festival life.
SCWS occupies a rural, forested campus in the Santa Cruz mountains and serves 160 students from preschool to 8th grade. SCWS honors students’ individual development and capacities and nurtures a love of learning through our rich, AWSNA-accredited curriculum, inspired by Rudolf Steiner. Our community, led by creative Waldorf-trained teachers, encourages the protection of childhood and respect for all life.
A bit more than one hour south of San Francisco, Santa Cruz is located at the northern end of Monterey Bay. It is known for its moderate climate, natural environment, coastline, redwood forests, and the presence of the University of California. Approximately 65,000 residents enjoy an active, progressive, and engaged community that maintains a small-town style.
The salary for this position is $12,726 per block, excluding applicable withholdings. Comprehensive information for this part-time position is available upon request. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and three references to
SCWS is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in admissions, hiring, or employment practices on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, age, or other statuses protected by law. Diverse candidates and those under-represented in our community are encouraged to apply.