Employment Opportunities at Kelowna Waldorf School!

The Kelowna Waldorf School invites applications for the following positions:

 

 

Careers:

 

EURYTHMY TEACHER

2014-2015 School Year

The Kelowna Waldorf School is seeking a trained Eurythmy Teacher beginning September 2014. Renumeration for the right candidate will be $20.00 per hour. This is a 30 hour per week position. Preference will be given to Canadians with a BC Teacher's Certificate.

Please forward your resume to jobs@kelownawaldorf.org or via fax to 250-764-4139.

The deadline to apply is May 15, 2014.

 

NOTE:

Teacher applicants must be Canadian citizens or Landed Immigrants and be eligible for a British Columbia Teacher’s Certificate for Independent Schools. 
   
We seek mature individuals who are committed to Anthroposophy and are able to share responsibility for developing our school. We currently offer German, French, Handwork, Woodwork, Music, Eurythmy, Gardening  and Games as part of our Waldorf Curriculum. Our classes range from Preschool to Grade Eight, and we also offer an excellent after school program for early childhood.

Our faculty is dedicated to working out of the pedagogical ideals of Anthroposophy. Supporting the faculty is the administrative team, a committed Board of Trustees, an involved Parent Council, and a helpful and talented parent body. Locally, our school has the support of the Anthroposophical community, including  the Parzival members’ group, whose interests and initiatives cover architecture, biodynamic farming, and art. 
   
The Kelowna Waldorf School is recognized as a Developing School by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North  America (AWSNA) and has been providing Waldorf Education since 1982.

Quick Facts About Kelowna:

  • Kelowna is home to more than 118,500 people.
  • The Central Okanagan Regional District has a population of 167,000.
  • Kelowna encompasses 214 km2 of land and 48 km2 of water area
  • Kelowna is 344 metres (1,129 feet) above sea level.
  • Okanagan Lake is 110 km long.
  • The average daytime high during July and August is 27.4 C.
  • The average daytime high during December and January is -0.3 C. The average low is -7.7 C.
  • Kelowna receives over 2,000 hours of sunshine annually and 28 cm of rain.
  • Total annual precipitation is 366.4 mm. (280.7 mm. of rain and 105.5 cm. of snow).
  • The new W.R. Bennett Bridge opened in May 2008, and has replaced the old Okanagan Lake Bridge (built in 1958) as the only vehicular crossing over Okanagan Lake. Named after former Premier William R. Bennett, the bridge is five lanes in width and almost 1063 meters in length. It remains the only floating bridge in Canada.
  • Kelowna General Hospital is the largest and most comprehensive in the southern interior of B.C.
  • Kelowna is home to several local theatre groups, a symphony orchestra, museums and numerous art galleries.
  • UBC Okanagan opened in September 2005. 
  • Okanagan College offers university and transfer programs, as well as a wide range of adult education and trades courses.

For more information about Kelowna, please visit here.

We thank all candidates in advance, however, we will contact only those selected for an interview. 

 

Even when no active postings appear here, we always welcome enquires from  Waldorf Trained Educators  who would like to join our community.

   
Teacher applicants must be Canadian citizens or Landed Immigrants and be eligible for a British Columbia Teacher’s  Certificate for Independent Schools.
   
We seek mature individuals who are committed to Anthroposophy and able to share responsibility for developing our school. We currently offer German, French, Handwork, Woodwork, Music, Eurythmy, Gardening  and Games as part of our Waldorf Curriculum. Our classes range from Preschool to Grade Eight, and we also offer an excellent after school  program for early childhood as well as grade school children.

Our faculty is dedicated to working out of the pedagogical ideals of Anthroposophy. Supporting the faculty is the administrative team, a committed Board of Trustees, an involved Parent Council, and a helpful and talented parent body. Locally, our school has the support of the Anthroposophical community, including  the Parzival members’ group, whose interests and initiatives range over architecture, biodynamic farming, and art.
   
The Kelowna Waldorf School is recognized as a Developing School by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North  America (AWSNA) and has been providing Waldorf Education since 1982.