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AfterCare Teacher

We are seeking an AfterCare Teacher to begin in Fall 2016 to teach in our Kindergarten After School Program. This is a part-time position. The ideal candidates will be experienced, enthusiastic, able to work effectively with colleagues and parents, and ​have a familiarity with Waldorf ​education. ​ ​Apply by sending letter and resume, including references, to:
 
Karen Guitman, Human Resource Committee Chair
Pine Hill Waldorf School
77 Pine Hill Drive
Wilton, NH  03086
 
Electronic submissions preferred: krenaud@pinehill.org.

About Pine Hill Waldorf School

Our school is in its 44th 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, foreign language, 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.

Fundraising Manager at High Mowing School

High Mowing School is now accepting applications for an enthusiastic and experienced Fundraising Manager. As a key member of our administrative staff, s/he is ready to manage all fundraising activities as part of a strong team of professionals. Gifted with an outgoing personality and a demonstrable experience in successfully achieve fundraising goals, HMS Fundraising Manager is eager to embrace and further the school’s mission. A strong strategist, s/he is also a collaborator and team player, and loves to "get things done."
 

About High Mowing School  

High Mowing School is currently home to more than 110 high school students who chose to attend our school as boarding or day students. HMS is committed to a caring, respectful and diverse community where academic success, personal growth, and social responsibility are highly valued and fostered. 
 
High Mowing School is partnering with Pine Hill Waldorf School to successfully transition to a unified Preschool- grade 12 Waldorf School. The scope of the position will evolve accordingly. 

Qualifications

Our preferred candidate is experienced with fundraising. Dynamic and actively engaged, s/he wishes to contribute to a lively community of faculty, staff, and students. S/he seeks a challenging yet supportive, home like school environment where s/he can grow professionally and personally. 
  • Graduate degree preferred.
  • Background or familiarity with Waldorf education preferred.
  • Excellent organizational skills.

Compensation 

The compensation for the position includes:   
  • Salary commensurate with experience
  • Medical, dental, meal plan benefits
  • Matching contributions to retirement account 

To Apply 

Interested candidates should respond immediately by email to Geraldine Kline, Head of School gkline@highmowing.org with a letter of interest, resume, and HMS Employment Application
HMS will respond to qualified candidates only.
 

Spanish Teacher at High Mowing School

High Mowing School is now accepting applications for an enthusiastic and experienced Spanish teacher for our beginning Spanish class. Classes are scheduled on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9:30 - 10:15 am for the period of September through Thanksgiving, and from 11:30 am - 12:15 pm for the remainder of the school year.

 

About High Mowing School  

High Mowing School is currently home to more than 110 high school students who chose to attend our school as boarding or day students. HMS is committed to a caring, respectful and diverse community where academic success, personal growth, and social responsibility are highly valued and fostered.

 

Qualifications

Our preferred candidate is experienced, actively engaged, s/he wishes to contribute to a lively community of faculty, staff, and students. S/he seeks a supportive educational environment.
  • Graduate degree preferred
  • Background or familiarity with Waldorf education preferred
  • Experience in teaching beginning Spanish

To Apply 

Interested candidates should respond immediately by email to Geraldine Kline, Head of School gkline@highmowing.org with a letter of interest, resume, and HMS Employment Application
HMS will respond to qualified candidates only.