EMPLOYMENT

Early Childhood Lead Teacher (full-time)

Primrose Hill School is seeking an experienced Early Childhood lead teacher to begin in September 2018. Waldorf Early Childhood experience and training are required.

First Grade Class Teacher (full-time)

We are seeking an experienced, Waldorf-trained class teacher for the 2018-19 year. The successful candidate will be eager to join a group of dedicated and creatively inspired faculty who hold working with the Waldorf philosophy close to their hearts, and who want to build a lasting relationship with our wonderful rising first graders.

Farming and Gardening Teacher (part-time)

We are seeking a part-time Farming and Gardening teacher to begin work in Summer 2018. Responsibilities include development and execution of the school's farming and gardening curriculum, daily animal care (with volunteer support), and farm and garden maintenance (including greenhouse). Some of the activities that may be included in farming and gardening class are tapping maple trees and making syrup, clearing trails, and leading nature walks

Business Manager (part-time)

Primrose Hill School has an opening for a part time Business Manager/Bookkeeper to join our Administrative Team three mornings per week on-site in Rhinebeck and participate in the day-to-day life of our school and community.  

Responsibilities include:

   - Accounts payable and receivable, including tuition
   - Payroll and employee benefits
   - Donor recognition and tracking
   - Participation on Finance Committee
   - Monthly financial reporting for Board meetings
   - Familiarity with and interest in Associative/Steinerian Economics or other progressive organizational and business models.


To apply

For all positions: please email Eiren Graver to apply, and send a cover letter, resumé, and three references.


About Us and the Area

Our five-year-old, rapidly growing school will consist of Parent-Child through sixth grade in the 2018-19 school year. We intend to add a new grade each year.

Located in the gorgeous Hudson Valley, Primrose Hill School's 7.5-acre campus on the edge of the Village of Rhinebeck, NY is surrounded by woodland and is home to both farm animals and a large vegetable and flower garden. We value the integration of these elements into the curriculum. We also value accessibility and diversity and are committed to a progressive tuition model.

The Hudson Valley is one of the most beautiful, scenic areas in the US. There are endless hikes, bike routes, and recreational activities as well as many spiritual and holistic communities. We are just 80 minutes by train from New York City and are driving distance to both Sunbridge Institute and Alkion Center, where professional development is available in the form of teacher training and Waldorf teacher conferences. The Hawthorne Valley Farm/School, the Nature Institute, and several Camphill communities are close by as well.