Thank you for your interest in our school. We look forward to learning about you.
Learn more about our school and the Tucson community below.
TWS celebrates its 25th anniversary this current year. On the cusp of a significant capital campaign to further expand and improve upon our 10-acre campus in a historic portion of Tucson, AZ, TWS prefers candidates having successful experience in capital campaigning activities and campus expansion projects. TWS is a fully accredited member of AWSNA servicing in excess of 200 students from Early Childhood through Grade 8.
The AD coordinates and manages the administrative support and communication between the governing bodies and committees of TWS. The AD works in cooperation with, and in support of, the College of Teachers as a member of the Leadership Council to bridge the pedagogical realm and the administrative realm.
The AD is accountable for prudent fiscal management, professional human resources management, environmentally thoughtful facilities maintenance, timely communications, regulatory compliance and community safety. The AD is supported by a staff in the realms of enrollment, communications, operations, facilities, and development.
Further expectations of the AD can be provided to interested candidates.
Please submit CV with letter of interest by application deadline of July 1, 2018.
For greater detail about this exciting opportunity, please contact Eric Lamb at [email protected]. Kindly reference “TWS Administrative Director” in the subject line of your email.
Substitute teachers for all programs and classrooms
The successful applicant will be available on call as well as in advance for planned faculty absences. To apply, send your letter of interest and resume to Linda Braun at [email protected]. Positions are open now and will remain listed here until filled.
About TWS and Tucson:
We are a dedicated faculty who are committed to working out of Anthroposophy in supporting the young child, and one another in our personal development. Our school was founded in 1993 and is the only independent Waldorf School in Arizona. In the coming year, we will continue to offer parent-child classes, two nursery classes, three kindergartens and grades 1-8 school. We have a dedicated community of parents, faculty, staff, and alumnae.
The Tucson Waldorf School campus resides on a 10-acre site in the Binghampton Rural Historic Landscape in Tucson. We have completed two of four phases of a Capital Campaign to build our dream school on this stunning property.
Tucson has the lovely, relaxed feel of a small town and the amenities of a sophisticated city. In addition to our sunny weather, there is a strong presence and diversity of arts, music, and culture. Residents here enjoy a wide range of cultural events, outdoor festivals, museum exhibits, films including an independent film house, live theater productions, dozens of live music venues. The University of Arizona is one of the leading research institutions in the country and draws many intellectual leaders to Tucson. We have a vibrant political culture, great coffee shops, and strong environmental principles.
Situated in the lush Sonoran Desert and surrounded in all directions by beautiful mountain ranges, Tucson offers many hiking, biking, camping, rock climbing and other outdoor adventure opportunities. Within a short drive, you will find interesting small towns, national parks, and historic landmarks. Four hours south, on the Sea of Cortez, you will find beautiful beaches and world-class diving. Our summers are hot, our winters are ideal. Summer escapes include a short jaunt up Mt. Lemmon to 9,000 feet of cool air and pines.
We welcome your application and encourage you to consider joining our unique Tucson Waldorf School community. To learn more, please contact (520)-529-1032.