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Nursery Assistant Teacher
Berkeley Rose is seeking an enthusiastic Nursery Assistant teacher for the 2022/23 academic school year. The ideal candidates, for the assistant teaching positions, will have a minimum of one year in Waldorf teacher training or willingness to learn, and experience working with young children. We expect all teachers to be committed to self-development, and open, direct communication with colleagues and parents.
This is a weekly part-time position during the academic year. Additional hours may be available during school breaks and summer camp. Hours vary, depending on the program.
Applicants applying for a position in our licensed nursery are required to have 12 qualifying early childhood education units obtained by their start date. Please note that ECE units can be obtained over the summer.
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: This position is hourly and part time. Hourly rate is dependent upon education and experience.
TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:Please submit resume along with teaching credentials, cover letter and three references to email@example.com.
Grades Substitute Teachers
Berkeley Rose is welcoming applications for on-call substitute class teachers. The ideal candidates will be certified Waldorf teachers or credentialed or experienced elementary school teachers and/or be actively engaged in Waldorf Training. A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is preferred.
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: Hourly rate ranges from $25/hour to $40/hour depending upon education and experience, as well as preparation required for the on-call assignment.
TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION: Part time position, hourly. Please submit resume along with teaching credentials, cover letter, availability and two references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to reading your application. Best wishes in your teaching journey!
Berkeley Rose seeks a representative community of diversity, welcoming students of any race, religion, ethnic, and financial background. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational or admissions programs and policies. The school is a nonprofit 501(c)(3).