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We are always looking for passionate, dynamic, and caring individuals to join our school community. The positions listed here are open positions (what we are currently hiring for). Below is a list of rolling recruitment (positions we may need to hire for in the future). Interested applicants should email firstname.lastname@example.org with a resume, three (3) professional references, WSMF Employment Application, and a cover letter.
We are fully accredited with the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA) and the Association of Independent Schools in New England (AISNE).
Lead Teacher (Early Childhood and Grades 1-8)
Assistant Teacher (Early Childhood)
Aides (Grades 1-8)
Modern and Classical Languages
Learning Support Specialist
Waldorf School at Moraine Farm promotes respect for all students, employees, and applicants for admissions or employment, and prohibits discrimination to the full extent required by law, including discrimination based on race, color, ethnic or national origin, religion, creed, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, predisposing genetic characteristics, pregnancy, familial or marital status, military status, or any other category which is protected by applicable federal, state or local law. These nondiscrimination policies apply in the administration of our educational policies, hiring policies, admissions policies, financial aid programs, athletics, and other school-administered programs.
Our child has been at Waldorf Moraine since age 4, and is now in 8th grade. It has been so wonderful to watch her grow up. Her Waldorf teachers got to know her intimately and partnered with us to help raise her. Surrounded by this love, our daughter felt truly seen, heard, and cherished during her most formative years. We will always be grateful.
My family relocated to the North Shore specifically for the school. We wanted the Waldorf experience for our children. We knew the early education teachers would create a world of wonder in an environment where our children could thrive and grow, but we didn’t foresee the ways in which the teachers not only meet the needs of our children but also our needs as parents.
There is a genuine feeling of love and warmth that extends beyond the school grounds. It is a feeling of community. It is the calm reassurance of knowing that our children are being held, that we are being held, and that we too can hold and support this growing process. Our children love their teachers. We love their teachers.
My family was warmly welcomed by the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm community when our son started in the nursery in 2016. I have been impressed by the gentle and nurturing environment created by the teachers. Through nursery, kindergarten, and lower grades my son’s teachers have been deeply dedicated to their work and connected to each student. The Waldorf school environment allows the teachers to meet my son’s needs and he can learn at his own pace. My son greatly benefits from the individualized attention he receives from the teachers, and he is excited to go to school and learn!
Waldorf has educated all of my children and has been my family’s primary community for many years. My relationship with the teachers is built solidly on respect and mutual goals. We are partnered in our effort to foster an environment conducive to educating the children.
The teachers do more than teach a curriculum. They model behavior that is worthy of emulating. They nurture parents through the supportive role that parents need to play. They listen to the students, the parents and their fellow educators in an effort to grow and themselves. I trust them to sense the changing needs of the community and respond with adaptations when needed and with firm stability when needed.
I have enjoyed friendships with our teachers as have my children post-graduation. My children seek their former teachers as lifelong, supportive adults. I seek the teachers for advice long after their specific role as my child’s classroom teacher has concluded.
My wish for all children and adults is that they can have one relationship in their lives that is as enriching as that shared between a Waldorf family and teacher.
The WSMF curriculum is full of creative and supportive structures that give students a strong, thoughtful framework within which to stretch and enjoy their growth and learning. Our daughter enjoyed every day at WSMF and worked hard because of the strong relationships she had with her teachers. They get to know the students really well and that always comes through in communications and meetings with them throughout the year. We are so thankful for their true interest in our daughter and for the way they approach the joy of learning.