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 amphitheatre, 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 art institute.
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 well 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.
HWS offers 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.
Administrative Chair of School
Haleakala Waldorf School, on the slopes of Haleakala on the beautiful island of Maui, is seeking a new Administrative Chair of School. Our youngest students attend a parent-child program, and our school extends all the way through 12th grade. Our first senior class will be graduating in June 2016. Our current Administrative Chair will be retiring at the end of this school year and will be available to mentor our new administrative leader.
The ideal candidate will be committed to community growth and development, will have a thorough depth of anthroposophical understanding, will have received formal Waldorf training, and will be experienced in administration at a Waldorf School. This position will require a combination of strong business and management skills, as well as excellent capacities for problem-solving and written and oral communication.
To submit an application or request a more thorough job description, please e-mail:
Subject Line: HWS Chair of School Position
Attention: Stefan Schaefer, HWS Board Vice President
Human Resources Assistant
February 12, 2016 | Haleakala Waldorf School | Kula, Maui, Hawaii
Position overview: The Human Resources Assistant provides administrative and clerical support in the areas of general HR, including recruitment and screening, onboarding and offboarding, upkeep of HR files and filing systems, assisting with benefits administration, employee relations and communications and assisting in other HR related projects and programs. Works under the direction of the HWS Business Manager (Finance Director)
Job Requirements: Minimum two years experience in a professional business environment, preferably an academic or private school setting, with a minimum one year in Human Resources and/or recruiting experience. Knowledge of employment law related issues. Must have excellent oral and written communications skills. Knowledge of MS Word and Excel, Google docs and Gmail required. Experience with QuickBooks a plus. Must be able to manage multiple priorities and deadlines, and possess good planning and time management skills.
To apply, please send a cover letter, your resume, and three references via e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject Line: Human Resources Assistant position
Attention: Lou Young, Chair of School
First Grade Teacher - Fall 2016
Nov 15 2015 | Haleakala Waldorf School | Kula, Maui, Hawaii
The ideal candidate for this First Grade Class Teacher position will hold a bachelor’s degree at minimum, along with Waldorf certification.
To apply, please send a cover letter, your resume, and three references to the HR committee at:email@example.com The closing date for this opening is January 30, 2016 with a final hiring decision by February 28, 2016.
Full, Part-Time or Block Eurythmy Teacher for 2016-2017
Haleakala Waldorf School is seeking a full, part-time or block Eurythmy Teacher to join our Lower School faculty. The Eurythmy Teacher primarily instructs classes for students in Kindergarten through Grade 8, with the potential opportunity to also instruct eurythmy blocks at the high school.
The ideal candidate has completed a Eurythmy training program, has a full Eurythmy artistic and pedagogical diploma from an Association of Eurythmy Trainings in Dornach, Switzerland-recognized school, and has experience teaching Eurythmy in a Waldorf school, preferably in the lower grades. Applicants must have authorization to work in the United States.
We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic, creative, and loving with students in addition to having the ability to work well with colleagues, administration, and parents. We value excellent teaching and classroom management skills, a commitment to self-development, as well as a deep understanding of child development.
We are pleased to offer the qualifying candidate a competitive salary based on experience, along with a benefits package.
Interested applicants should submit a resume, 3 references and a short biographical sketch to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your interest!
HWS has filled all other previously advertised positions.