Join the Team
The Kelowna Waldorf School offers a collegial, creative and mutually supportive work environment where educators have the freedom to be innovative and the opportunity to grow in the Waldorf method. Employment opportunities are posted here so check back often.
To apply for a position at the Kelowna Waldorf School:
Please submit your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Substitution: we continuously search for excellent teachers to provide substitution support from Preschool, Kindergarten through Grade Eight in a variety of subjects.
- Class Teacher
- Games Teacher
- ECE Certified Teachers – KWS Early Childhood Program (pre-school and Kindercare) is seeking ECE certified teachers for an on-call list. Possibility to future permanent employment. Please send resume and reference to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“What is needed is that teachers transform their knowledge of the human being into a kind of higher instinct which enables them to respond rightly to whatever comes from each individual child”
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.