Employment

Waldorf School of the Peninsula (nursery – grade twelve) is celebrating over 30 years of Waldorf Education in the Silicon Valley.

We are one of five well-established Waldorf s of bringing Waldorf education to Northern California. Our school has two beautiful campuses: Nursery through grade five, located in Los Altos and a few miles away in Mountain View are grades six – twelve. The San Francisco Peninsula offers the natural pleasures of redwood forests, mountain ranges, and seashores in a year-round mild climate. The area has a strong cultural emphasis, with internationally recognized colleges and universities, numerous museums, arts organizations, theatrical companies and schools in the area. This network offers many opportunities along with a rich calendar of events, workshops, and speakers.

Our school is a full member of and accredited by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America. The school is also fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

With three nurseries, two kindergartens and grades one through twelve, we are a community of 70 full and part-time faculty and staff and 325 students. Our school is an increasingly international community, and our unique tuition adjustment program encourages economic diversity.

Employment Opportunities

Current Administrative Openings
Current Athletics Openings
Current Faculty Openings
2017-2018 Faculty Openings

 

Current Administrative Openings

Store Manager

Our gift store, “Hearts’ Delight”, serves teachers, parents and children by offering resources, materials and tools which:
• support the Waldorf educational process,
• encourage and foster creativity and healthy, imaginative play,
• support parents, family life and community, and
• inspire and foster spiritual activity and inner development.
The store offers Waldorf school supplies, natural materials and tools for individuals, handcraft groups, workshops and classes. Beautiful objects of quality, natural materials and craftsmanship support the care of infants and young children, festival celebrations, gift giving and appreciation, and supplies for artists and craftspeople. The store also has an extensive selection of books on: Waldorf Education; Child Development; Current Educational and Parenting Issues; Children’s Literature, Poetry and Music; Cooking; Health, Illness and Death; Anthroposophy; Parenting; Festivals, Celebrations; Arts and Crafts; Gardening; Adult Spirituality and Inner Development.
The store serves as an important point of contact, good will and provides education for community members and the greater community. The store is open to the public.

ONGOING RESPONSIBILITIES
• Process sales and orders and record transactions in Quickbooks
• Display, stock and inventory merchandise
• Keep the store clean and neat and attractive
• Prepare monthly news updates in The Messenger to keep sales high.
• Manage the volunteers in the store
• Operate the Holiday Faire Boutique
• Full-time hours to increase inventory & prepare for the Holiday Faire Boutique
• Train and manage the temporary Assistant
• Set up and Tear down of the Holiday Faire Boutique
• Organize volunteers to relocate and run the Holiday Faire Boutique
• Prepare year-end physical inventory for the school store.
• Maintain and update filing.
• Ad hoc requests.

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS
• Fundamental knowledge of accounting theory; some secondary education in accounting a plus.
• Familiarity with Quickbooks software.
• Excellent working knowledge of MS Word, Excel and email.
• Good verbal and written communication skills.
• Store Merchandising

Hours are an average of 25 hours a week.

Interested candidates should e-mail their resume, a letter of interest, and a brief biography to hr@waldorfpeninsula.org with the subject line stating “Store Manager”.

 

Part to Full-Time Mountain View Office Manager

Reporting Relationships
The Mountain View Office Manager reports directly to the Mountain View Campus Coordinator. The Office Manager also works with and supports other admin staff, including the Student Services Director, High School Enrollment Director, School Administrator, and Director of Finance and Operations, and business office staff as needed.

Position Summary
The Mountain View Office Manager is the first point of contact for prospective parents and serves as the face of the school to the community. In addition to working closely with parents and children, the Office Manager provides administrative support to the campus office staff as well as supporting the Enrollment Director in additional areas. This person comes in daily contact with a large percentage of the students, faculty and staff at the Mountain View campus as well as prospective parents, vendors and other parties.
Key Responsibilities
• Welcome visitors to the school with a smile, assist and/or and direct them to the appropriate school staff, provide them with information.
• Administer the phone system; greeting and routing calls.
• Manage and update student attendance records.
• Answer basic phone inquiries about the school, give initial enrollment information or direct inquiry to admissions office.
• Assess and administer first aid to injured or ill students; maintain first aid supplies.
• Create, organize and maintain information binders such as emergency contacts, Field Trip driver packets, etc.
• Assist with enrollment duties, such as Re-enrollment.
• Oversee Back to School processes and upload documents to Magnus
• Manage, organize and update student school health information records within Magnus and update blue cards.
• Document, report, and communicate health outbreaks (post notices, send out emails.)
• Update parent information in database; run reports, mailing labels, and book reservations.
• Provide additional administrative support to office staff when needed/possible.
• Manage office equipment and supplies (operate, maintain, order, refill) such as copiers, postage machine, paper, etc.
• Manage mail within campus and between Los Altos and Mountain View campuses
• Work together with office admin staff of Mt. View campus to coordinate and improve cross-campus processes
• Participate in fire and other safety drills; understand school safety processes.
• Communicate with parents, faculty, and staff in a timely, professional manor.
• Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications
The MV Office Manager should be warm, professional and interested in the students, parents and the school. They must be well organized, able to juggle competing priorities and very flexible to accommodate working in the school environment.
• Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
• Background in working with adolescents a plus.
• Strong organizational skills, and attention to detail.
• Computer background.
• Database experience a big plus.
• Office management experience.
• Ability to work under pressure.
• Able to manage minor student health issues and injuries (not squeamish about blood, cuts, insect bites, administering basic first aid.)
• First Aid certification a big plus; training periodically offered at WSP.
• Excellent interpersonal skills; able to remain calm in challenging situations.
• Ability to retain confidentiality of student records and other information.
• Interest in improving office and school admin processes, as applicable.

 

Registrar/Database Coordinator

Position Summary
The Registrar/Database Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of the student databases (currently Veracross and Magnus) and maintains student, parent and alumni records and contact lists, training staff to use the databases, updating the rubrics and goals for middle school and high school course assessments, and updating transcripts for college applications.

Reporting Relationship
Reports directly to the Director of Finance and Operations
Works closely with the Admissions Directors, Mountain View Campus Coordinator, High School Guidance Counselor, Development Director and Communications Coordinator.

Key Responsibilities:

Applicant Information
1. Capture applicant contact information through the admissions process
2. Work with online vendor(s) to collect application fees
3. Track applicant status from inquiry through admissions to matriculation

Student Information
1. Maintain, monitor and manage an accurate N-12 student database.
2. Obtain school records from previous schools for new and transfer students.
3. Add new and transfer student’s information into the database.
4. Input all summer school and outside coursework information to a MS/HS student’s record.
5. Provide faculty and administration with information regarding a student’s record.
6. At beginning of the school year create “college application summary” to aid seniors in their college application process.
7. With the guidance counselor, help seniors through the college application process dealing with credits and grades.
8. Execute the annual rollover to the new school year.
9. Integrate/maintain immunization records on Magnus or related database(s).

Parent Information
1. Update contact information during admissions and re-enrollment and as needed throughout the year.
2. Maintain up-to-date parent information lists for Blackboard Connect.
3. Maintain and provide mailing lists for “Grandparents and Special Friends” and other such events.

Admissions
1. Support Admission Director(s) in optimizing online application experience.
2. Provide lists as requested.

Staff
1. Provide annual database training for employees as needed.
2. Provide database training for mid-year hires.
3. Set up email addresses and provide email support for all employees.
4. Provide first-line tech support for all employees.
5. Query databases as requested.
6. Serve as liaison with database vendor(s) for training requests.

Development
1. Support staff in creating, maintaining mailing lists.

Alumni Contact Information
1. Maintain alumni contact information.
2. Provide mailing lists for the annual Alumni Reunion and other events.

Scheduling
1. Assist with creating the master schedule.
2. Enter the master schedule into database(s), update as changes occur throughout the year
3. Ensure the correct number of credits are entered in database(s) for each student in each class taught.
4. Input and maintain the high school and middle school schedules in the database.
5. Run schedules for each student.
6. Check all schedules for errors or conflicts.

Grading and Assessments
1. Enter all assessment criteria into the database, or support faculty in entering it directly.
2. Help faculty, as needed, enter grades and assessments into the database.
3. At the end of each semester, lock and post all grades and assessments.
4. At the end of each semester, lock and post all grades to the transcripts.
5. Follow-up with faculty on outstanding incomplete grades.
6. Help with printing and sending student assessments.

Transcripts
1. Maintain accurate student transcripts.
2. Maintain on-going evaluation of all grades, courses and graduation requirements.
3. Create UC transcript for all seniors matriculating to a UC institution.
4. Assist in the distribution of student transcripts for college applications.
5. Interpret transcripts of incoming students for the purpose of transferring grades and credit hours.
6. Print and distribute transcripts as needed.

Other
1. Problem-solve issues that may arise with regard to a student’s record, transcript and schedule.
2. Work with administration and faculty to fix problems that arise with the database.
3. Work directly with database vendor(s) to fix problems that arise with the database.
4. Perform other related tasks and responsibilities as designated.
5. Work with new middle school/high school faculty to understand and know how to effectively use the teacher portal and the assessment system.
6. Work with UC articulation team on names and credits used for our UC articulation.

Qualifications:

Skills
1. Maintain confidentiality.
2. Strong organizational/project management skills.
3. Excellent oral and written skills.
4. Comprehend and maintain accurate detailed information.
5. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and computer data management systems.
6. Ability to solve problems and deal with situations where limited experience exists.
7. Ability to work under strict deadlines.
8. Be able to work independently and without direct supervision.
9. An understanding of Waldorf education is a plus.

Physical Requirements
Close visual acuity to perform an activity such as preparing and analyzing, transcribing and viewing a computer terminal. Must be able to assess text for accuracy. Ability to lift and carry reports and documents up to 15 lbs around campus.

The Registrar/Database Coordinator’s schedule will be driven by the time of the school year. There will be more hours involved prior to the beginning of the school year and at the end of each term.

Interested candidates should e-mail their resume, a letter of interest, and a brief biography to hr@waldorfpeninsula.org with the subject line stating “Registrar/Database Coordinator”.

 

Front Desk Substitute Receptionist

Position Summary
The Substitute Front Desk Receptionist provides general office support with a variety of clerical activities and related tasks. The person in this position will be responsible for answering incoming calls, directing calls to appropriate associates, mail distribution, managing supplies, and deliveries, as well as additional clerical duties.

A receptionist’s daily tasks will involve:
• Greeting parents
• Assisting visitors
• Answering calls and checking the voicemail system
• Taking morning attendance (as needed)
• First Aid assistance
• Mailing, copying, and filing
• Responding to emails
• Tracking early dismissals
• Assembling packets for the admission director
• Managing supplies and orders (as needed)
• May also include learning enough about Magnus & the Veracross database to do simple queries and data entry

Interested candidates should e-mail their resume, a letter of interest, and a brief biography to hr@waldorfpeninsula.org with the subject line stating “Front Desk Substitute Receptionist.”

 

 

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Current Athletics Openings

Athletic Director

The WSP Athletic Director’s primary responsibility is to coordinate, manage, operate, and develop the high school and middle school sports program (Grades 7-12), creating a positive culture of athletics at our school.
The Athletic Director manages and works with players, parents, coaches, and school personnel to ensure that the WSP athletic program is achieving its goals and is fostering a positive culture of athletics. The AD works with the school leadership and community to create a vision for the growth and development of the athletic program and work to achieve that vision.

Administrative duties include:

1. Schedule all athletic contests and practices. All athletic events should be scheduled in correspondence with the Calendar Committee and the school’s general calendar to avoid key dates and ensure the minimum amount of conflict with other school events. Communicate with faculty (class teachers and subject teachers) about athletic schedules and early release requests.

2. Work with league officials and other athletic directors to schedule, update and confirm game officials.

3. Make travel arrangements, which includes; vehicle reservations, volunteer driver arrangements, gas arrangements, lodging and food when necessary for multi-day trips.

4. Coordinate team pictures.

5. Coordinate and manage athletic budgets.

6. Collaborate with the Business Office on financial issues pertaining to athletics, which include; collection and deposit of participation fees, grant management, coaches contracts, check requests and purchases, admissions and concessions deposits, etc.

7. Stay abreast of league regulations and guidelines for team athletic participation. Submit team rosters and additional forms in a timely manner. Update member school information. Attend district and league meetings.

8. Oversee uniform, equipment, and first aid inventory and allocation for all sports.

9. Create, update, distribute and collect necessary forms for registration.

10. Regularly communicate key information to coaches and players, including schedule changes, directions to away games, game and practice schedules, rosters, etc.

11. Respond in a timely manner to phone messages, mail, and email.

12. Communicate with news media when necessary and comply with their requests for information.

13. Monitor eligibility of all student-athletes.

14. Monitor driver eligibility for parents and coaches. Ensure they provide the required information.

15. Perform close-down duties after hosting home games, which includes approval and submission of official’s paperwork.

16. Coordinate end-of-season special events such as Post Season Banquets, Student Faculty games and Senior Appreciation night for all high school sports.

Qualifications and Desirable Traits:
• Understanding of Waldorf methods and philosophy as related to athletics.
• Prior Athletic Director experience or substantial experience in senior coaching positions, preferably with Waldorf or other independent school experience
• Possesses a love of interscholastic athletics and desire to support the pursuits of student-athletes.
• Have an understanding of and commitment to Waldorf School of the Peninsula’s educational values and strives to support and promote those values within the athletic program.
• Strong organizational skills and resource management skills
• Strong interpersonal skills, management skills and problem-solving skills
• Public speaking skills
• Able to work both as a leader and as part of a team
• Basic competence with MS Word, Excel and Outlook and a willingness/aptitude to learn and master scheduling and additional software as necessary
This is a half-time hourly position. Interested candidates should e-mail their resume, a letter of interest, and a brief biography to hr@waldorfpeninsula.org with the subject line stating “Athletics Director”.

Current Faculty Openings

English Teacher (Part-Time)

We are seeking a part time English middle school teacher for grades 6-8. The number of classes depends upon experience. A bachelor’s degree and successful experience teaching English curriculum to middle students is required. A Waldorf Teacher Training certificate and experience teaching at a Waldorf School is preferred.

We particularly welcome inquiries from experienced, Waldorf-trained teachers to help the school continue to develop in a responsible, forward-thinking way that meets the dynamic energy of our Silicon Valley constituency but slows its jangle and hyper-competitiveness.

Interested candidates should e-mail their resume, a letter of interest, and a brief biography to hr@waldorfpeninsula.org with the subject line stating “English Teacher”.

 

High School Math Teacher (Part- to Full-Time)

We are seeking a part to full time math teacher for grades 6-12. The number of classes depends upon experience. A bachelor’s degree and successful experience teaching Math curriculum to middle and high school students is required. A Waldorf Teacher Training certificate and experience teaching at a Waldorf School is preferred.

We particularly welcome inquiries from experienced, Waldorf-trained teachers to help the school continue to develop in a responsible, forward-thinking way that meets the dynamic energy of our Silicon Valley constituency but slows its jangle and hyper-competitiveness.

Interested candidates should e-mail their resume, a letter of interest, and a brief biography to hr@waldorfpeninsula.org with the subject line stating “Math Teacher”.

 

Early Childhood Extended Care Teacher (Full-Time)

The Waldorf School of the Peninsula is seeking an Early Childhood Extended Care teacher for our Los Altos campus. Extended Care staff work closely with the program director as a team, to provide a warm, playful and safe neighborhood-style experience for our students. This position is a combined hourly Early Childhood aide and Extended Care.

Excellent, professional interpersonal skills are required as well as the ability to multitask and take ownership of a wide range of children’s needs, indoor and outdoor activities, and housekeeping duties. Areas of responsibility include tracking student arrivals and departures, supervision and support of student activities and social interactions, communication with parents, and a variety of daily housekeeping duties including organization and management of materials and classroom space, food preparation, laundry and cleaning tasks.

The ideal candidate will have a loving and playful, yet authoritative presence with children. He or she will be fluid and flexible in an ever-changing landscape, yet able and willing to maintain the rhythms and routines that are in place to support this fluidity for the children. Candidate will be safety conscious and able to solve problems with discernment while maintaining confidentiality of student, familial and organizational information.

These positions offer a supportive workplace, interactions with our wonderful parents, students and teachers, and an interesting variety of daily challenges. The position is ideal for someone with strong leadership capacities who has an interest in teaching and Waldorf Education.

Qualifications
Qualifications for an Early Childhood Assistant include the general requirements above plus:
 – 12 Early Childhood units
 – Waldorf teacher training or Lifeways program preferred.
 – All Faculty and staff must have current CPR and First Aid certification or ability to obtain, meet the vaccine requirements required by the state of CA for early childhood employees, complete a Health Screening by a licensed physician, and complete a fingerprinting LiveScan as required by state child care licensing.

Please email resume and cover letter to hr@waldorfpeninsula.org.

 

Extended Care Assistant & Staff Members (Part-Time)

The Waldorf School of the Peninsula is seeking an Extended Care assistant and staff members for our Los Altos campus. Extended Care staff work closely with the program director as a team, to provide a warm, playful and safe neighborhood-style experience for our students in grades 1-5 during after school hours. This position is an hourly, part-time school year position of 15-25 hours per week, with possible summer opportunities.

Excellent, professional interpersonal skills are required as well as the ability to multitask and take ownership of a wide range of children’s needs, indoor and outdoor activities, and housekeeping duties. Areas of responsibility include tracking student arrivals and departures, supervision and support of student activities and social interactions, communication with parents, and a variety of daily housekeeping duties including organization and management of materials and classroom space, food preparation, laundry and cleaning tasks.

The ideal candidate will have a loving and playful, yet authoritative presence with children. He or she will be fluid and flexible in an ever-changing landscape, yet able and willing to maintain the rhythms and routines that are in place to support this fluidity for the children. Experience working with elementary-age children is required, as is the ability to be in physical movement such as walking, bending, lifting approximately 25lbs, squatting, and play for the majority of the work day. Candidate will be safety conscious and able to solve problems with discernment while maintaining confidentiality of student, familial and organizational information.

These positions offer a supportive workplace, interactions with our wonderful parents, students and teachers, and an interesting variety of daily challenges. The assistant position is ideal for someone with strong leadership capacities who has an interest in teaching and Waldorf Education.

Availability within the following hours listed below is required and from 8:00 am on select days when school closed but Extended Care is open:

M,T,W,F 1:30 pm – 6:00 pm and Th 11:30 am – 6:00 pm.

CPR and First Aid/emergency training a plus. Offers of employment will require submission of TB test results and Livescan fingerprinting/background check.

Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to hr@waldorfpeninsula.org with their name and EC Assistant in the subject line.

 

Early Childhood Substitute Teachers

Waldorf School of the Peninsula located in Los Altos California, is seeking dedicated, energetic, creative and prepared professionals to join our teaching team working with Nursery School through kindergarten aged children. Waldorf Education believes the key indicators to being successful in life are strong social and emotional skills, a curiosity for learning, and strong supportive role models.

We are currently seeking early childhood substitutes who are interested in Waldorf Education.

Required Experience and Qualifications
Completion of at least two postsecondary semester units or equivalent quarter units in early childhood education or child development each semester or quarter following initial employment, and continuation in the educational program each semester or quarter until 12 units have been completed.

Preferred Experience and Education
– 12 ECE Units
– 6 Months of experience in licensed setting
– Experience in a Waldorf classroom or similar setting and working with toddlers through pre-kindergarten aged children successfully. Intercultural proficiency is a plus.
-Current CPR and First Aid certification

Please email resume and cover letter with the subject line stating “Early Childhood Substitute Teacher” to hr@waldorfpeninsula.org.
 

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Future Faculty Openings

 

Early Childhood Assistant

We are seeking dedicated, energetic, creative and prepared professionals to join our Early Childhood teaching team as an Early Childhood Assistant. Waldorf Education believes the key indicators to being successful in kindergarten and in life are strong social and emotional skills, a curiosity for learning, and strong supportive role models.

Roles and Responsibilities
WSP Employees working with these young children must be an appropriate role model for the children and parents. Each employee is responsible for exhibiting good communication, problem solving and priority setting skills as well as maintaining an overall positive attitude.

Specific duties are based on positions. General duties are as follows:
— Fulfill agreed upon responsibilities within classroom
— If an assistant or aide is doing Waldorf training, plans for coverage during the practicum weeks must be made at the beginning of the year with the lead teacher and the Faculty Chair.
— Attend and help run EC-wide events
— Be available for occasional evenings/weekends

Qualifications
Qualifications for an Early Childhood Assistant include the general requirements above plus:
-12 Early Childhood units
-6 months working in a licensed early childhood facility

Preferred Experience and Education
– Experience in a Waldorf classroom or similar setting and working with nursery through kindergarten aged children successfully. Intercultural proficiency is a plus.
*All Faculty and staff must have current CPR and First Aid certification or ability to obtain, meet the vaccine requirements required by the state of CA for early childhood employees, complete a Health Screening by a licensed physician, and complete a fingerprinting LiveScan as required by state child care licensing.
Compensation commensurate with qualifications and experience. Please email resume and cover letter to hr@waldorfpeninsula.org.

 

Early Childhood Teacher’s Aide

We are seeking dedicated, energetic, creative and prepared professionals to join our Early Childhood teaching team as an early childhood aide. Waldorf Education believes the key indicators to being successful in kindergarten and in life are strong social and emotional skills, a curiosity for learning, and strong supportive role models.

Roles and Responsibilities
WSP Employee’s working with these young children must be an appropriate role model for the children and parents. Each employee is responsible for exhibiting good communication, problem solving and priority setting skills as well as maintaining an overall positive attitude. Specific duties are based on positions. General duties are as follows:
– Fulfill agreed upon responsibilities within classroom
– If an assistant or aide is doing Waldorf training, plans for coverage during the practicum weeks must be made at the beginning of the year with the lead teacher and the Faculty Chair.
– Attend and help run EC-wide events
– Be available for occasional evenings/weekends

Qualifications
Qualifications for an Early Childhood Aide include the general requirements above plus:
– 6 Early Childhood units

Preferred Experience and Education
– Experience in a Waldorf classroom or similar setting and working with nursery through kindergarten aged children successfully. Intercultural proficiency is a plus.

*All Faculty and staff must have current CPR and First Aid certification or ability to obtain, meet the vaccine requirements required by the state of CA for early childhood employees, complete a Health Screening by a licensed physician, and complete a fingerprinting LiveScan as required by state child care licensing.

Compensation commensurate with qualifications and experience. Please email resume and cover letter to hr@waldorfpeninsula.org.

 

Middle School and High School Science and High School Math Teacher

Waldorf School of the Peninsula is seeking a Waldorf trained and experienced Middle School and High School Earth Science and Physics, and Math Teacher for the 2017-18 school year. This is a full-time position beginning Fall of 2017. We are looking for an individual dedicated to Waldorf education, with love and enthusiasm for teaching. We value collaborative working relations among our colleagues, and confidence in representing Waldorf education to the broader community.

Join as our new full-time teacher for the fall of 2017! The ideal candidate will have a minimum bachelor’s degree in science or math, Waldorf training and Waldorf teaching experience, and experience working with middle school and high school students. The position will include teaching some math skills classes.
We welcome teachers that appreciate the richness in the bond and connection within the student-teacher relationship. Our teachers are willing to adapt curriculum and support meeting the student where they are. We are seeking teachers who enjoy working with adolescents while maintaining professionalism and a good sense humor

We particularly welcome trained teachers to help the school continue to develop in a responsible, forward-thinking way that meets the dynamic energy of our Silicon Valley constituency but slows its jangle and hyper-competitiveness.

Waldorf School of the Peninsula (Nursery – Grade 12) is celebrating its 32nd year of bringing Waldorf education to Northern California. Our school has two beautiful campuses: Nursery through grade 5 in Los Altos and a few miles away in Mountain View are grades 6-12. Our school is a full member of and accredited by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America. The school is also fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

Interested candidates should e-mail their resume, a letter of interest, and a brief biography to hr@waldorfpeninsula.org with the subject line stating “MS and HS Science and HS Math Teacher”.

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We particularly welcome inquiries from experienced, Waldorf-trained teachers to help the school continue to develop in a responsible, forward-thinking way that meets the dynamic energy of our Silicon Valley constituency but slows its jangle and hyper-competitiveness.

Waldorf School of the Peninsula (Nursery – Grade 12) is celebrating over 30 years of bringing Waldorf Education to Northern California. Our school has two beautiful campuses: nursery through grade 5 in Los Altos, and a few miles away in Mountain View are grades 6-12. Our school is a full member of and accredited by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America. The school is also fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

Our Waldorf community is committed to salaries that allow enjoyment of this area’s outstanding access to museums, symphonies, and intellectually stimulating venues, as well as hundreds of square miles of open space, trails, and nature preserves accessible year round thanks to our mild climate.

Interested candidates should e-mail their resume, a letter of interest, and a brief biography to hr@waldorfpeninsula.org with the subject line stating  the position in which you are interested.