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Early Childhood AfterCare Teacher

Seeking an AfterCare provider for students in our mixed-age Kindergarten (age 3.5 to 6). The teacher wil continue offering Waldorf-based activities for children after the scheduled school day ends. Hours are Tuesday and Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Thursday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Please inquire or apply to Jessica Hipp, Community Relations and Enrollment Director, at

Grades Teacher

We are seeking a Grades Teacher to begin in July 2015. The ideal candidates will be experienced, enthusiastic, able to work effectively with colleagues and parents, and have completed their Waldorf teacher training. We are looking for individuals who will participate actively in the committee work and festival work that is so important to the life of our community. 
Apply by letter and resume to: (deadline Dec. 12, 2014)
Electronic submissions preferred to:
Karen Guitman, Human Resources Committee Chair
Pine Hill Waldorf School
77 Pine Hill Dr.
Wilton, NH  03086

About Pine Hill Waldorf School

Our school is in its 42nd year and offers a full Waldorf program for students from parent and child through grade eight. We are a full member school of AWSNA and the Association of Independent Schools of New England (AISNE). The teaching faculty, led by a College of Teachers, is dynamic and experienced, and come from around the world. We have a state of the art auditorium in which our festivals, plays, Eurythmy assembly and middle school circus performances are held. We have a full Waldorf program including Eurythmy, two languages, handwork, woodwork, chorus and movement. An active mentoring program helps support new teachers in their work.

We offer a competitive salary with benefits and 90% tuition remission at Pine Hill and High Mowing (Waldorf high school) across the road.

Pine Hill is located in Wilton, NH, a beautiful rural community with hills and forests. There are many opportunities for all-season outdoor recreation and cultural activities. The community is home to an anthroposophic physician, a biodynamic CSA farm, an active Anthroposophical Society branch, First Class and several Camphill-type communities for adults with disabilities. There are on-going opportunities for continuing education through The Center for Anthroposophy in Wilton and Antioch NE Graduate School (Teacher Training Program) in Keene. Antioch’s summer teacher training intensive is held at Pine Hill. Wilton is less than 1-1/2 hours from Boston.