The academic year 2015-2016 will be one of sustained growth for the Cincinnati Waldorf School as we begin the school year with the highest enrollment in our school’s history. Both our main campus in Mariemont and our satellite campus at Meshewa are thriving. Our full grade school program has eight grades. The Early Childhood program of 4 Preschool and Kindergarten classes serves 70+ children. We also offer Parent & Child classes at our Meshewa location and an extended care program at main campus.
As our school grows, so too does our teaching and administrative faculty, currently numbering 40. We have capable, committed teachers in all programs including support subjects of Eurythmy, Spanish, Practical Arts, Strings, Choir, Art, Games and Handwork. Faculty talents are rich, with great strength in singing, the visual arts, creative writing, drama, eurythmy and dance. We are committed to having Waldorf trained experienced teachers.
Faculty salaries are competitive with private schools in the area. Benefits for the 2014-2015 school year will include partial tuition remission for full-time faculty, major medical health insurance and dental insurance for a small co-payment, and 401 K matching funds. Other faculty benefits include access to a medical savings account.
The Faculty works to broaden the Anthroposophical impulses within the Cincinnati community by presenting a wide variety of educational programs on Waldorf educational methods and child development. There are also various study groups and outreach programs available within our growing community.
Applications are available online: Employment Application
Individuals interested in becoming Substitute Teachers will need to complete the Ohio Department of Education online application process HERE.
For further information please contact us:Recruitment Committee The Cincinnati Waldorf School 6743 Chestnut Street Cincinnati, OH 45227 Business Office: (513) 541-0220 ext.208
Fax: (513) 541-1311
Or send us an employment inquiry email.