Employment

EMPLOYMENT AT AWS

Asheville Waldorf School:

The Asheville Waldorf School is entering its twelfth school year and became an associate member of WECAN in 2017 and of AWSNA in 2018. Our organization consists of a cohesive and striving Faculty, a Board of Directors that draws members from both the Parent body and the community, a committed Administration, and a loving and involved community of parents and families.

Asheville, North Carolina:

Asheville is an ideal place to live, well known and visited for its beautiful outdoors (it is surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and three National Forests, and at the confluence of two major rivers), its abundance of activity options that come with the landscape and ecosystem, and its rich arts, crafts, and music culture. Asheville’s many restaurants and microbreweries make it a highly sought out tourist destination. Local sustainable agriculture is also a hallmark of this town, which supports seventeen Farmers Markets for less than 100,000 residents. If you like to eat local organic food, participate in public music events (like community chorus), and be immersed in the arts, it is a great place where you will be warmly welcomed.

CURRENT OPENINGS

1st Grade Position- Fall 2024

Asheville Waldorf School is seeking a Waldorf teacher to join our school faculty starting July 1 to teach our rising first grade class in the 2024/25 school year.

The ideal candidate will have completed their Waldorf Grades Training, and have experience as a teacher in a Waldorf classroom. Teachers new to Waldorf education are also welcome, if they have a serious interest in developing themselves as a Waldorf Grades teacher. We seek teachers with a deep understanding of child development, an interest in Anthroposophy, a love of working with young children, and the enthusiasm and energy to be involved in the growth of a pioneering school.Please send your cover letter, resume, and three references to hiring@ashevillewaldorf.org.

 

Aftercare Director

Aftercare Director

The Aftercare Director is responsible for the planning, implementation, and management of Asheville Waldorf School’s programs outside of school hours for children. 

Responsibilities:

  • Hours: 3:15- 5:45pm (M,T,W,F) & 2:15-5:45pm (Th)
  • Show up prepared to teach
  • Embody the shared principles of the school
  • Follow AWS’s written policies and uphold agreements made with school administration
  • Care for the physical space of the school
  • Complete required paperwork and tasks in a timely manner
  • Arrange for substitute teacher in case of absence
  • Supervise and care for children
  • Identify needed supplies and make purchases for aftercare
  • Set up and clean up outdoor space before and after teaching
  • Create daily/weekly rhythm and plan for seasonal activities for aftercare
  • Provide childcare for parent enrichment meetings, parent-teacher conferences, and in-service meetings 
  • Maintain current CPR and First Aid certification
  • Deep clean/pack up outdoor space at end of school year

 

Participates in:

  • One day of in-service meetings
  • At least one committee
  • School-wide Festivals
  • Board-staff retreats
  • Orientation
  • Open House

Substitute Teacher

Substitute Teacher

We are always looking for substitute teachers to join our AWS Sub List. If you’re interested, please email info@ashevillewaldorf.org.

Please send your resume if interested in future openings

Please send your cover letter, resume, and three references to chairs@ashevillewaldorf.org.

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Educating the whole child, in mind, body, and spirit,  

for a life of continuous learning

and meaningful engagement with the world.

EARLY CHILDHOOD CAMPUS

89 Old Candler Town Road
Candler, NC 28715

ASHEVILLE WALDORF SCHOOL

Main office: 828.575.2557

Email: info@ashevillewaldorf.org

GRADES CAMPUS

376 Hendersonville Road
Asheville, NC 28803

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY

Asheville Waldorf School does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or national origin in its employment policies, educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.