Employment at Haleakala Waldorf School

Haleakala Waldorf School is located on two campuses: the early childhood classes and grades 1-8 are on the Kealahou campus in Upcountry Kula, Maui, a rural plantation-era campus of five acres on the gentle slope of Mt. Haleakala, surrounded by nearby green pastures. Biodynamic gardens, a large amphitheater, and sweeping bi-coastal ocean views grace the historic wooden green buildings with large lanais and red roofs. The Kaluanui High School campus is located on the beautiful grounds of the Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center, in Upcountry Makawao, Maui.

Founded in 1972, Haleakala Waldorf School’s enrollment is approaching 300 students. Haleakala Waldorf School was the first Waldorf School to receive a triple crown of accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the Association of Waldorf Schools of North American, and the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools.

The host Hawaiian culture thrives at Haleakala Waldorf School, with its students versed in ancient chants and protocol, as well as beloved songs of the islands. Festivals are strong, communal events, with experienced trained teachers leading the way. Families often build their lives around the activities of the school, socializing together as well as contributing to their children’s education.

Haleakala Waldorf School welcomes, values, and supports racial, religious, economic, and cultural diversity.  Our school seeks a diverse faculty and student body and is committed to having our school reflect the abundant and changing diversity of the United States. We welcome, value, and support single, dual, or multiple parent households and LGBTQ parents, faculty, and/or students.

HWS offers full-time employees a generous compensation package that includes a competitive salary; medical, dental, drug, and vision coverage; a retirement plan; a tuition remission program; and a professional development program.

Employees in part-time positions enjoy a competitive salary, medical, dental, drug, and vision coverage, and a retirement plan as per eligibility.


Current openings:

Spanish Language Teacher, part time

Fall 2017 Opening

Haleakala Waldorf School is seeking a Spanish Language teacher with experience teaching all levels of grade school learners from beginning to proficient.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, Waldorf Teacher Training certificate and experience teaching at a Waldorf school preferred but not essential. Native speakers with a proficiency in writing and speaking both Spanish and English Language a plus. Must be able to work collaboratively and possess a commitment to working with grade school students.

Interested candidates should submit a resume, including three (3) professional references with contact information, and a cover letter of interest to HR@waldorfmaui.org. Indicate Spanish Language Teacher in the subject line.

**Haleakala Waldorf School is an Equal Opportunity Employer**

All other positions have been filled.


Thank you for your interest!