Job Openings

Early Childhood Assistant Teachers & Afternoon Program Lead

Berkeley Rose Waldorf School is seeking Waldorf-trained teachers for fall early childhood programs. The ideal candidate for assistant teaching positions will have a minimum of one year in Waldorf teacher training, and experience working with young children. We expect all teachers to be committed to self-development, parent work, and open, direct communication with colleagues and parents.

Applicants applying for a position in our licensed nursery are required to have 12 qualifying early childhood education units obtained by their start date; kindergarten applicants do not need ECE. The summer programs run mid-June through all of July; hours vary, depending on position. For the fall part-time positions, we are seeking teachers for both morning (8am-2pm) and afternoon (noon-5:30) programs.

Berkeley Rose Waldorf School, in its eighth year, currently serves children in nursery through fourth grade (growing a grade a year), with a student body of 130. Located near downtown Berkeley and the Cal campus, the school is easily accessible by bus, rapid public transit, and bike. As a community, berkeley rose offers an environment in which communication is transparent, compassionate, and open, and where diversity of all kinds is supported. It is a school that is open-minded and supports families exploring and discovering the best choices for their children. berkeley rose Waldorf School is a nonprofit 501c3; is a member of WECAN; and is a developing member of AWSNA. On the About Us page, you may view the dynamic group of educators who make up this growing school.

Grades Volunteers for 2017/18

Post Date: May 11, 2017

Berkeley Rose Waldorf School is seeking volunteer assistant teachers for its lunch, handwork, and games programs.

Ideally, assistants are trained or actively pursuing certification in Waldorf education, and are open to learning from Rudolf Steiner’s indications. Assistants are encouraged to access guidance from experienced teachers, as part of their education. With time, assistant teachers substitute in classes in which they feel confident.

We hope to find volunteer assistant teachers who:
• have knowledge of or training in Waldorf schools / anthroposophy
• are experienced with elementary-aged children
• have an ability to self-reflect and collaborate with colleagues
• are reliable and consistent