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.
The Kelowna Waldorf School is an established AWSNA developing School now in its 35th year. We offer a comprehensive Waldorf curriculum including Eurythmy, Handwork, French, German and Movement Education. Our faculty is experienced and committed to working out of Anthroposophy and the ideals of Waldorf Pedagogy. We have a supportive and talented parent body representing a cross-section of economic and social life.
Located on Okanagan Lake in British Columbia, Kelowna offers artistic, professional, personal and physical attributes making this one of the most sought-after communities in Canada. Swimming, boating, skiing, and skating – the opportunities for activities are limitless. In the heart of fruit and wine country, the Kelowna Waldorf School is nestled in a quiet community with easy access to parks and recreational areas.
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We thank all candidates in advance. We will contact only those selected for an interview. No phone calls, please.
Kelowna Waldorf School is committed to employment equity and welcomes diversity in the workplace.
Waldorf Teacher School Year
The Kelowna Waldorf School is seeking a class teacher to begin August 2017. Responsibilities of the class teacher include curriculum delivered through Waldorf teaching methods, attend faculty meetings, parent conferences, mandate participation and student reports and assessments. Benefits package includes extended medical and dental, long-term disability, life insurance. Also included with this position is free tuition for successful applicant’s children.
- Legally able to work in Canada
- Have completed Waldorf Teacher Training with a clear understanding of Rudolf Steiner’s education and philosophy
- BC Teaching Certificate or eligibility
- Experience with and/or knowledge of Waldorf Education
- Current Criminal Record Check in compliance with the BC Criminal Record Review Act
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.
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.