Whistler Waldorf School has over 200 students from play school to grade 12. We have an enthusiastic and hardworking parent body and a dedicated and passionate faculty committed to working in a collaborative environment.
We are a fully accredited independent school with the BC Ministry of Education, a full member of WECAN -Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America and a candidate school with AWSNA. Learn more about our organization.
COME TEACH IN WHISTLER!
You will notice the difference as soon as you visit our school!
Whistler Waldorf offers teachers and staff:
- A benefits compensation package including medical/dental benefits, life/disability insurance and pension support based on your full-time equivalency position.
- Partial tuition remission for those with children who may wish to attend the school.
- A competitive salary commensurate on relevant education and years of applicable work experience.
- Professional development opportunities for ongoing education experience at WWS.
THE COMMUNITY OF WHISTLER & THE SEA TO SKY
Whistler is one of North America’s premier resorts offering some of the best downhill skiing in the world, as well as cross-country skiing, miles of biking and hiking trails, five beautiful mountain lakes, an active arts community, and an active and engaged community of 10,000. Whistler is located about one and a half hours north of Vancouver, BC, an exciting and vibrant city.
Teaching & Support Positions:
- Early Years Teacher (posted Jan. 16-Jan. 30)
- High School English & Humanities Teacher (posted Nov.27 – Jan. 30, 2020)
- High School Certified Teacher(s) for 2019/20 (posted Sept. 1 – June 30, 2020) – French, Physical Education, Drama, Math & Science
- 2019/2020 Substitute Teachers (posted Sept. 1 – June 30, 2020)
- Please check back regularly.
When applying for a teacher or assistant position opening (as listed above), applicants with the following criteria will be highly considered:
- A Waldorf Education teacher and/or assistant background and training.
- A relevant certification such as a B.C. Teaching Certificate with the Teacher Regulation Branch; a B.C. ECE Teacher or Asst. Certificate; and for TA’s a B.C. Special Education Asst. Certificate or the ability to qualify for one.
- Outside of B.C., a relevant teaching certificate in another jurisdiction of Canada.
- A willingness to commit to enroll in Waldorf teacher training, which can be provided for free for those who are interested in committing to becoming Waldorf trained.
The perfect candidate will also have:
- An ability to foster professional relationships between teacher and parents as a mutual working together to support students’ best interest.
- A desire to work collaboratively with other Faculty and Administrative Staff colleagues.
- A commitment to self-development and a self-reflective practice to ensure personal development to meet the age of the children that are being taught.