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Current open positions:

Administrative Assistant / Enrollment Coordinator

Position Description: The Administrative Assistant will provide support to the Administrator and be independently responsible for the student
enrollment coordination and process.

Major Areas of Responsibility:
● reception and organization/efficiency of office
● student and staff support
● enrollment coordination and process
● building safety and security during the school day

Primary Objectives:
● create and support a welcoming, attractive, safe and informative atmosphere
● take care of student and teacher needs as directed by the Administrator
● support the enrollment functions of the school as directed by the Administrator

Specific Responsibilities of the Job:

Reception and Organizational Responsibilities
● answer phones, take messages and manage voicemail
● sort and distribute mail; take care of out­going mail and packages
● handle deliveries and door traffic
● greet and help parents each morning and afternoon as needed
● create a pleasing and welcoming foyer
● check in visitors, and limit access when needed
● copier, computer, and phone maintenance

Support Responsibilities
● pick up classroom attendance and call parents about absences. Report absences back to teachers.
● care for sick or injured students, follow up after accident reports
● care for diabetic student­ approx. 1 hour daily and as needed
● care for students in time­out or those waiting to go home
● deliver messages, lunches, snacks, instruments and clothing to students
● manage pick up and carpool changes
● sub in classes as needed
● make copies and printouts for teachers
● incidental communications from teachers to parents and vice versa
● editing teacher communications as requested
● support volunteers administratively, especially committees running programs/events
● scheduling and acknowledgement of volunteers
● provide information to parents as requested

Enrollment Process Responsibilities
● arrange tours, open houses and other enrollment events and follow up on these visits
● provide information and follow up to inquiring parents by phone or email
● provide administrative support to marketing efforts
● facilitate the TADS application and enrollment process, arrange student visits as needed
● facilitate the enrollment process, including the back end of TADS system
● create and maintain student records, including health information; manage records for incoming/outgoing students
● orient new parents to handbook, policies, school life, communication, etc.
● provide new parent and student retention communications
● implement and support the annual spring re­enrollment process
● maintain admissions and enrollment tracking data and create reports

Safety and Security Responsibilities
● lock and unlock doors according to the schedule
● maintain clean restrooms and hallways ­ unclog toilets, sweep/mop, clean up spills, etc.
● monitor weather or other alerts

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Aftercare Staff, Part ­time

Position Description: Provide supervision and care for Early Childhood and Grade School students who stay after school from 3:30 until 6:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday on regular school days.

Major Areas of Responsibility:
● Provide a space and assistance for grade school students to complete homework
● Play, draw, and handcraft with students
● Keep a safe, orderly and nurturing environment
● Communicate with parents regarding their child’s experience
● Maintain records of attendance, behavior and any medical care

Schedule, Pay and Benefits
● Monday­Friday work starts at 3:15 and ends after every child has been picked up and the room(s) are back in order
(approximately 6:15). The weeks follow the regular school calendar.
● Another staff person will be in the building in case of emergency.
● Pay starts at $15/hour
● Benefits include tuition remission at 50% of percentage of service as compared to a full­time position

Requirements:
● upstanding background and reference check
● good communication skills
● ability to meet the needs of children of different ages
● ability to follow safety and disciplinary policies
● commitment to uphold the values and principles of Waldorf education

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Farm and Garden Teacher

Position: We are seeking a Farm and Garden teacher. The farm and garden teacher is responsible
for planning the daily, weekly and block rhythms of the year for this subject, including composting,
soil preparation, planting, and harvesting. These plans are developed in accordance with the
principles of Waldorf pedagogy, biodynamic gardening principles, and in light of the needs of the
class. The teacher is also responsible for deepening his/her understanding of Anthroposophy, child
development and seeking out new materials for his/her teaching.

Qualifications: A strong candidate will have at least an undergraduate degree and ideally some
Waldorf teacher training and/or three years successful Waldorf teaching experience. The candidate
will also have an understanding of the garden rhythms of the year, plant and garden care.

Pay/Benefits: The pay for this position is commensurate with experience and training. Benefits
include full tuition remission and funds for ongoing professional development.

Application: Please send letter of interest, resume, and a list of references to Christine Grafft at
cgrafft@davinciwaldorf.org.

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Movement and Games Teacher

Position: We are seeking a Movement and Games teacher. The Movement teacher is responsible for
planning the daily and weekly games of the year for the grade school classes. The teacher will also work with fifth grade students to prepare for the Pentathlon and will assist in the preparation of the event as well as accompany the students during the event. These plans are developed in accordance with the principles of Waldorf pedagogy and in light of the needs of the class. The Movement teacher is also responsible for deepening his/her understanding of Anthroposophy, child development and seeking out new materials for his/her teaching.

Qualifications: A strong candidate will have at least an undergraduate degree and ideally some
Waldorf teacher training and/or three years successful Waldorf teaching experience.

Pay/Benefits: The pay for this position is commensurate with experience and training. Benefits
include tuition remission and funds for ongoing professional development.

Application: Please send letter of interest, resume, and a list of references to Christine Grafft at
cgrafft@davinciwaldorf.org.

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Third Grade Teacher

Position: ​​We are seeking a Third Grade class teacher. The class teacher is responsible for planning
the daily, weekly and block rhythms of the year. These plans are developed in accordance with the
principles of Waldorf pedagogy and in light of the needs of the class. The grades class teacher is also
responsible for deepening his/her understanding of Anthroposophy, child development and seeking
out new materials for his/her teaching.

Qualifications: ​​The ideal candidate will have at least an undergraduate degree and completed
Waldorf teacher training and/or three years successful Waldorf teaching experience.

Pay/Benefits: ​​The pay for this position is commensurate with experience and training. Benefits
include full tuition remission and funds for ongoing professional development.

Application: ​​Please send letter of interest, resume, and a list of references to Christine Grafft at
cgrafft@davinciwaldorf.org.

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