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Festival of Compassion in November

20 years at #WWSEarlyyears

Lantern Walk celebration

B.C. Child Care Award for WWS’ EYC

Early Years Centre Open House – Online Tour

Join us online Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 7 -8pm for a Virtual Open House of our Early Years Programs.
Hosted by our Director of Advancement, Jen Dodds, this presents an opportunity for families to learn more about Whistler Waldorf School’s licensed group childcare programs.
Our Early Years Program is offered for children 30 months-school age. Care is offered from 2-5 days per week. The info session will include a short presentation on program details, rates, the admissions process & wait pool policy information.
Whistler Waldorf features a caring, thoughtfully designed learning environment integrating arts, movement, music and storytelling into the curriculum daily. This allows children to learn the best way they know how – by doing!
View the Facebook event or register for a Zoom Link by Email.



Kindergarten Asst. wanted

Do you love working with children and youth? Would you like to further your education to become a Waldorf-certified teacher?

Whistler Waldorf School in beautiful Whistler, BC is seeking an experienced Kindergarten Asst. Teacher for our Early Years Program working in the Briar Rose (Kindergarten) program. This is a full-time, permanent position. In addition to our very competitive and professional wage, Whistler Waldorf School will also financially support the right candidate to obtain or complete their B.C. ECE or Waldorf certification! We also offer many professional development opportunities and tuition remission for those applicants who may have children.

This position offers successful candidates:

• $23-30/hour based on relevant education and work experience.

• Training and financial support for ongoing educational experiences or certification in Waldorf education.

• Compensation package including medical and dental benefits, life and disability insurance

• Partial tuition remission for your children (Pre-k-Grade 12 programs)

• An Inspiring and creative work environment with mentorship programs, peer-to-peer support sessions and community/group teaching opportunities.

The perfect candidate will have:

• an ECE/ECEA Certification for B.C. and/or a Waldorf Early Years Certification. We will consider Canadian or international candidates that are qualified as an ECE Teacher and may be eligible to apply for a license to practice ECE in B.C.

• a willingness to commit to more training for Waldorf Early Years Certification and or B.C. ECE’s Certification.

• Excellent professional and collaborative skills with the ability to foster professional relationships between teacher & parents and work well with other Faculty/ Administrative Staff colleagues.

• an open mind towards different approaches to early learning and a commitment to self-development and an openness to feedback. • a Canadian resident and/or legally entitled to work in Canada. WWS will administer a current Criminal Record Check.

• a B.C. Standard First Aid Certificate for working with young children (recommended but not mandatory).

Interested candidates are asked to submit your cover letter, resume and three reference letters to principal@whistlerwaldorf.com Applications will be accepted until positions are filled. Thank you for your interest! Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

More about this opportunity with WWS:

WWS is a non- secular, non-denominational, non-for-profit, B.C. Ministry of Education certified independent school. We invite you to live the mountain resort lifestyle while immersing yourself in a career of passion and learning that supports the development of our future generations. The role of the Asst. Teacher is to support the Briar Rose Teacher by upholding a beautiful, warm environment where the children feel safe and nurtured. This includes creating opportunities for children to experience the world around them through artistic activities, tasks of the household, oral storytelling, singing, movement and organizing festivals following seasonal rhythms of nature. You will notice the difference as soon as you visit Whistler Waldorf School. Our faculty & staff support each other in ways that enhance individual professional development and that support our students’ academic and social-emotional success. Our educational dialogues are meaningful, and we aspire to the higher aims of our work for mutual inspiration. More details at whistlerwaldorf.com/employment