The Mathematics Teacher is a full-time teaching position at the San Francisco Waldorf Grade School. The Mathematics Teacher will teach eighteen mathematics lessons per week, to grades 6 through 8, delivered through the methods and sequenced content of the Waldorf curriculum.
Preparation of the syllabus before the school year begins.
Preparation of classes, including preparation/clean-up of the classroom
Constant evaluation of student progress
Provide discipline during class, daily attendance
Provide a narrative evaluation for each student at the end of the year. Narrative evaluations and grades are to be turned into the office one week after the end of the year.
Conduct parent conferences
Additional duties as assigned, including recess supervision, meeting attendance
Substitution—Substitute during main lesson as requested on teaching days (short term). Teachers are expected to be available for more duties when teaching fewer periods.
Observations—Attend and observe at least two main lesson classes per year in grades 6-8
Mentoring— Meet with mentor teacher weekly throughout the year. The Math Teacher should also meet with the Mentor Teacher before the school year begins to clearly define and discuss goals, expectations, workload, responsibilities, and performance evaluation. In addition, the Math Teacher should share course syllabi, relevant materials, and information pertaining to the curriculum.
Street Duties and Recess Duties—Supervise up to nine dismissal or recesses.
Budget—Manage budget and supplies for the Math program.
Maintain Classroom/Office/Workspace—Maintain all materials and equipment for the Math program and store equipment in an organized manner.
Mid-Year and End of Year Reports—The Math Teacher writes reports semi-annually for all grades classes. This report is a characterization of the student’s thinking, feeling and willing. The approach that is used to address these three aspects of the child’s development changes as the child goes through the grades. Student reports contain a course description and the student’s performance in the class.
8:00am-3:45pm on Teaching Days. Weekend and evening days as scheduled.
School Year:Faculty members are expected to be available to work on assigned teaching days from the start of the school year until the end as defined by the all-school calendar. Faculty members are expected to be in town and available for meetings, starting mid-August with the all-school faculty meetings and to be in town and available for end of year meetings, the week after 8th grade graduation.
Waldorf Teacher Training
Bachelor’s Degree or Single Subject Credential for Mathematics
Enthusiasm and flexibility
This is a full-time position (1FTE). Benefits include medical, dental, voluntary vision, flexible spending plans, retirement plan (after one year), and tuition remission for eligible dependents. Salaries are paid on a 12-month schedule.
Physical Requirements and Work Environment
Be able to occasionally lift up to 30 lbs.
Work intermittently in outside weather conditions, including heat and cold
Regularly sitting or standing 4-8 hours
FLSA Classification: Faculty; Exempt from overtime
Reports to: Grade School Chair
Hired by: Grade School Steering Committee
Date Modified: February 2021
San Francisco Waldorf School is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, age, gender, or any protected class. We recognize that the range of ethnicities, nationalities, languages, socio-economic backgrounds, sexual orientation, learning differences, and life experiences within our community enhance the school’s learning environment, and we are committed to fostering equity and inclusion.
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About San Francisco Waldorf School
San Francisco Waldorf School (SFWS) is an independent, co-educational, non-sectarian school providing education from Kindergarten through Grade 12. The school is fully accredited by the Western Association of Colleges and Schools (WASC) and by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA). SFWS was established in 1979 with the purpose of bringing the 100-year old international Waldorf school movement to San Francisco. SFWS now has over 400 students in grades K though 12 on two campuses including its new “green” high school campus (LEED Gold certification pending). In addition, the school supports a nursery program and early childhood classes for parents and children.