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Our School

Linden Waldorf School serves approximately 200 students from 26 zip codes in Early Childhood through eighth grade. A diverse, dedicated, and experienced faculty is supported by a Faculty Leadership Council, Faculty Chair, Administrative Chair, and a capable administrative team and Board of Directors. Linden Waldorf School receives generous support from a strong parent community, its Parent Alliance, and the greater Nashville community. 

Our Community

Our verdant, twelve-acre campus is located in vibrant Nashville, Tennessee. Situated just minutes away from the bustle of downtown between Vanderbilt University and the Green Hills neighborhood, our school operates on a shared campus with Trinity Presbyterian Church. Consistently named one of America's top cities for friendliness, dining, music, and travel destination, Nashville offers a cosmopolitan sophistication with big-city amenities, including major league sports, museums, symphony, dance, theatre, visual arts, and a legendary music scene. Nashville is called "The Athens of the South" for its legacy in education and boasts eighteen universities and colleges. Nestled in the rolling hills of Middle Tennessee, Nashville is a growing, multi-cultural city with a rich history and an exciting future. 

Learn about becoming a Waldorf teacher here.

 

Current Job Openings

  

Human Resources COORDINATOR 

This job description indicates the general duties and physical requirements of work performed by the employee with this job designation.  It should not be interpreted or construed as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and physical requirements required of the employee assigned to this job, as these might vary from day to day or as business needs demand.

Position:  Human Resources Coordinator                                         Status:  Full-time

Reports to the Administrative and Faculty Chairs

Key Contributions

The Human Resources Coordinator is responsible for coordinating activities that support all faculty and staff personnel.  This position works to maintain confidentiality and compliance with all regulatory requirements pertaining to records management and plays a key role in recruitment, evaluation, and retention of faculty and staff in conjunction with the Administrative and Faculty Chairs. 

Assigned Responsibilities

  • Provides clerical/administrative services work to support the recruitment of potential candidates as necessary, in conjunction with the Administrative and Faculty Chairs.
  • In conjunction with the Faculty Chair and the Faculty Leadership Council (FLC), responsible for coordinating the hiring and maintenance of a pool of substitute teachers.
  • Responsible for employee orientation.  Works with the Chairs to establish standardized orientation programs for all Linden Waldorf School employees.
  • Assists the Business Manager to administer and educate employees regarding employee benefits.
  • Assists the Faculty Chair by scheduling mentors and evaluators throughout the school year.
  • Works at the direction of the Chairs to coordinate observation and mentoring schedules.
  • Along with the administrative team carries the consciousness for the administrative needs of the faculty
  • Holds primary responsibility for records management to include applicable regulatory compliance.
  • Maintains personnel records including required certifications, background checks, screenings, and all other personnel documentation needs.
  • Assists Administration with student records management as needed.
  • Holds responsibility for the annual review of school policies.
  • Tracks policy review and facilitates review and editing by appropriate school bodies.
  • Works in conjunction with FLC, Faculty Chair, and Administrative Chair to bring new and revised policies before the faculty for final review.
  • Ensures that new and revised policies are updated in the employee and family handbooks.
  • Coordinates all certification, annual screenings, and other regulatory-required events to ensure that faculty and staff maintain compliance. 
  • Assists Administration as needed to support the Festival Life at Linden Waldorf School.
  • Assists the Chairs with personnel issues from a regulatory/policy perspective, ensuring that local, state, and federal laws are upheld.
  • Maintains all applicable human resources/employment policies and standards and works in conjunction with staff, faculty, and the Governance committee to ensure that these guiding documents are applicable and up-to-date from a regulatory and compliance perspective.
  • Works to ensure that confidentiality is held to the highest standard.
  • All other duties as assigned by the Chairs.
  • This position reports to the Administrative and Faculty Chairs and assists with general administrative/faculty shared responsibilities as needed. This position requires in-person interaction; therefore, the Human Resources Manager is a -year-round position.

Qualifications

  • Belief in the mission, vision, and goals of Linden Waldorf School and the philosophy of Waldorf education.
  • Background in Human Resources; certification preferred.
  • Experience with the Microsoft suite of products and HR management software (Taleo, Kronos, etc.).
  • Minimum requirement of  an Associate’s Degree from an accredited school; Bachelor’s preferred.

Core Competencies/Attributes

Personal credibility

Diplomacy/flexibility

Trustworthy

Strong time-management skills/highly organized

Interpersonal awareness

Ability to analyze, interpret, summarize, and present data

Download the job description here.
  

Eurythmy Teacher
 

 Monday-Friday, as scheduled between 8:30 and 3:00

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university
  • Eurythmy training
  • Some previous teaching experience preferred

Primary Duties:

Classroom Responsibilities and Duties:

1.  Class Teaching

  • Prepare and teach subject curriculum, guided by the principles of Waldorf education.
  • Develop and maintain a safe, harmonious social environment for the students.
  • Provide regular communication to Class Teachers about curriculum, student performance and unusual incidents.
  • Begin and end classes on time to support Class Teachers’ daily schedule.

2.  Parent Meetings

  • Attend at least one (1) Class/Parent meeting to explain subject curriculum, answer parent questions, and foster familiarity between parents and Subject Teachers.  
  • Be available for parent-teacher conferences which may be scheduled in October and March, or on an as needed basis.  Conferences will allow the teacher and parent(s) time to discuss the child’s social, artistic, and intellectual development and to work together in support of the child’s development and school experiences.
  • Arrange and participate in conference(s) with parent and support faculty member, as needed, to discuss student academic or disciplinary concerns.

3.  Reports and Parent Conferences

  • Document observations of each student related to successes and challenges of presented curriculum.
  • Complete End of Year Report narratives covering student’s progress in subject class.
  • Reports are to be submitted by assigned deadline date to be reviewed for suggested edits by assigned peer. Due dates will be distributed by LWS at least 4 weeks in advance.

Expectations for Eurythmist:

  • One (1) class each Early childhood class and Grades 1 & 2: 5 classes/week total
  • One or two classes each week with 3rd grade (at your discretion)
  • Two classes each week in 4th-8th grades: 10 classes/week total
  • The schedule is such that each day you will have either three or four classes. Piano accompaniment provided for Grades classes.
  • A 10-15 minute Eurythmy practice with the faculty at the beginning of each Thursday faculty meeting.
  • An evening or a Saturday workshop or presentation for parents (1-1.5 hrs)
  • Sharing at an all-school assembly the Eurythmy work of selected grades.
  • A brief summary of the block or a one-paragraph overview of the work you did for each class to be included in the year-end reports -- no individual student reports.

 Download the job description here.
 

 UPPER GRADES MATH TEACHER 

Linden Waldorf School is seeking a qualified and motivated individual to teach mathematics to students in grades six to eight.  We are looking for a qualified, motivated applicant who will teach mathematics targeted to specific developmental capacities primarily through the Making Math Meaningful approach developed by Jamie York, from an understanding of Waldorf education and Rudolf Steiner's indications on child development. This person will work as part of a committed team of teachers and be an active member of our school community.  Teaching experience in a Waldorf school is preferred.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university

1 – 2 years previous classroom experience

Preferred Qualifications:

Have completed, or be willing to complete Waldorf Certification

Classroom Responsibilities and Duties:

1.  Class Teaching

Prepare and teach subject curriculum, guided by the principles of Waldorf education.

Develop and maintain a safe, harmonious social environment for the students.

Provide regular communication to Class Teacher about curriculum, student performance and unusual incidents.

Begin and end classes on time to support Class Teachers’ daily schedule.

Participation in recess coverage for grades 1 – 8.

This is a part-time position that requires a bachelor's degree. Salary will be commensurate with Waldorf training, teaching experience and education. Benefits may include health insurance, retirement package and ongoing professional development.

Download the job description here:

  

Resting Stars Assistant

Linden Waldorf School is seeking a qualified and motivated individual to work as Resting Stars Assistant. This person will work with the Resting Stars team to guide the children as they rest, wake, and play to strengthen and develop their will and senses through meaningful interactions. We are looking for someone who will teach from an understanding of Waldorf education and Rudolf Steiner’s indications on child development. He or she will be working as a part of a committed team of teachers and be an active member of our school community.

Classroom Responsibilities and Duties:

Resting Stars

  Assist in preparing room for lunch, supervise children preparing for lunch and help with lunches and clean up.

  Prepare room for resting and help children to settle down for quiet time.

  Monitor children during resting – telling stories, singing, playing the lyre, or rubbing backs as needed.

  As children awake, have appropriate activities prepared to follow the rhythm of the week.

  Help with dismissal of children to their parents or caregivers.

  Sweeping, dusting, washing dishes and laundry as needed to maintain classroom cleanliness.

 This is a part-time position. Pay will be commensurate with Waldorf training, teaching experience and education. Benefits may include health insurance, retirement package and ongoing professional development.

 

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Physical job 
requirements for all Linden Waldorf School employees

Must be able to:

  • Remain in a stationary position for extended periods of time, standing or sitting.
  • Move about to reach students and/or access file cabinets, office machinery, etc.
  • Constantly/ occasionally operate a computer and other office machinery.
  • Ascend/descend stairs and traverse campus.
  • Position self as needed, including bending, crouching, kneeling, lifting, and reaching.
  • Lift up to 40 pounds.
  • Frequently communicate with students, parents, colleagues, and leadership.
  • Actively supervise students with focus even when distractions present.
  • Work in various outdoor weather conditions for extended periods of time.

To apply

Please send us a cover letter, resume, and references via:

Email:
office@lindenwaldorf.org

Mail:

Linden Waldorf School
3201 Hillsboro Pike 

Nashville, TN 37215 

Fax:

615-354-0247 

 

It is the policy of Linden Waldorf School to provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, status as a covered veteran, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status, in accordance with federal and state law, and not to discriminate on the basis thereof. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruitment, hiring, placement, compensation, benefits, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, and all other terms and conditions of employment.

Work with Us!  

Our School

Linden Waldorf School serves approximately 200 students from 26 zip codes in Early Childhood through eighth grade. A diverse, dedicated, and experienced faculty is supported by a Faculty Leadership Council, Faculty Chair, Administrative Chair, and a capable administrative team and Board of Directors. Linden Waldorf School receives generous support from a strong parent community, its Parent Alliance, and the greater Nashville community. 

Our Community

Our verdant, twelve-acre campus is located in vibrant Nashville, Tennessee. Situated just minutes away from the bustle of downtown between Vanderbilt University and the Green Hills neighborhood, our school operates on a shared campus with Trinity Presbyterian Church. Consistently named one of America's top cities for friendliness, dining, music, and travel destination, Nashville offers a cosmopolitan sophistication with big-city amenities, including major league sports, museums, symphony, dance, theatre, visual arts, and a legendary music scene. Nashville is called "The Athens of the South" for its legacy in education and boasts eighteen universities and colleges. Nestled in the rolling hills of Middle Tennessee, Nashville is a growing, multi-cultural city with a rich history and an exciting future. 

Learn about becoming a Waldorf teacher here.

 

Current Job Openings

Human Resources Manager 

 

Job Description

This job description indicates the general duties and physical requirements of work performed by the employee with this job designation. It should not be interpreted or construed as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and physical requirements required of the employee assigned to this job, as these might vary from day to day or as business needs demand.

  • Position: Human Resources Manager
  • Status: Full-time
  • Date Posted: 10/31/16

 

Key Contributions

The Human Resources Manager is responsible for coordinating activities that support all faculty and staff personnel. This position works to maintain confidentiality and compliance with all regulatory requirements pertaining to records management and plays a key role in recruitment, evaluation, and retention of faculty and staff in conjunction with the Administrative and Faculty Chairs.

Assigned Responsibilities

  • Works in conjunction with the Administrative and Faculty Chairs (the Chairs) to recruit potential candidates as necessary.

  • In conjunction with the Faculty Chair and Faculty Leadership Council, responsible for hiring and maintaining a pool of substitute teachers.

  • Responsible for employee orientation. Works with the Chairs to establish standardized orientation programs for all Linden Waldorf School employees.

  • Works with the Business Manager to administer and educate regarding employee benefits.

  • Assists the Faculty Chair in scheduling mentors and evaluators throughout the school year.

  • Works at the direction of the Chairs to assist in coordinating observation and mentoring schedules.

  • Along with the administrative team carries the consciousness for the administrative needs of the faculty
  • Primary responsibility for records management to include applicable regulatory compliance.
    • Maintains personnel records including required certifications, background checks, screenings, and all other personnel documentation needs.
    • In conjunction with the administrative team, responsible for student records management.
    • Coordinates all certification, annual screenings, and other regulatory required events to ensure that faculty and staff maintain compliance.
    • Reports any deficiencies to the Chairs.
  • Works with the Chairs, Faculty, the administrative team, and the Parent Alliance to assist in coordinating Festival Life at Linden Waldorf School.
  • Assists the Chairs with personnel issues from a regulatory/policy perspective, ensuring that the state and federal laws are upheld.
    • Works to ensure that confidentiality is held to the highest standard
  • Maintains all applicable human resources/employment policies and standards and works in conjunction with staff, faculty, and the Governance committee to ensure that these guiding documents are applicable and up-to-date from a regulatory and compliance perspective.
  • All other duties as assigned by the Chairs.

This position reports to the Administrative and to the Faculty Chair and participates in general administrative/faculty shared responsibilities as needed. This position requires in person interaction; therefore, the Human Resources Manager will maintain regular hours on campus through the year.

Qualifications

  • Belief in the mission, vision, and goals of Linden Waldorf School
  • Background in Human Resources; certification preferred
  • Ability to analyze, interpret, and summarize data.
  • Experience with the Microsoft suite of products and HR management software (Taleo, Kronos, etc.).
  • Minimum requirement of an Associate’s Degree from an accredited school; Bachelor’s preferred.

Core Competencies/Attributes

  • Personal credibility
  • Diplomacy/flexibility
  • Trustworthy
  • Strong time-management skills/highly organized
  • Interpersonal Awareness
  • Belief in the mission, vision, and goals of LWS and the philosophy of Waldorf education
  • Ability to analyze, interpret, summarize, and present data

Download the job description here.

 

Physical job requirements for all
Linden Waldorf School employees

Must be able to:

  • Remain in a stationary position for extended periods of time, standing or sitting.
  • Move about to reach students and/or access file cabinets, office machinery, etc.
  • Constantly/ occasionally operate a computer and other office machinery.
  • Ascend/descend stairs and traverse campus.
  • Position self as needed, including bending, crouching, kneeling, lifting, and reaching.
  • Lift up to 40 pounds.
  • Frequently communicate with students, parents, colleagues, and leadership.
  • Actively supervise students with focus even when distractions present.
  • Work in various outdoor weather conditions for extended periods of time.

To apply

Please send us a cover letter, resume, and references via:

Email: careers@lindenwaldorf.org

Mail:

Linden Waldorf School

3201 Hillsboro Pike 

Nashville, TN 37215 

Fax:

615-354-0247 

 

 

It is the policy of Linden Waldorf School to provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, status as a covered veteran, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status, in accordance with federal and state law, and not to discriminate on the basis thereof. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruitment, hiring, placement, compensation, benefits, promotion, demotion, layoff, termination, and all other terms and conditions of employment.

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