Employment

Immediate Openings

Lead Nursery Teacher

Mowing and Grounds Work

2024-2025

Lead Nursery Teacher

Full-time Assistant Early Childhood Teacher

Spanish or Other World Languages Teacher

Stringed Instrument Teacher

Would you like to join a Waldorf school with a harmonious and stable faculty, a strong board of trustees, and a supportive parent body? Ashwood Waldorf School (nursery through 8th grade) is situated on a spectacular 32-acre hillside campus with views of the Camden Hills, in the incomparably beautiful midcoast area of Maine. Now in our 37th year, we currently have 72 students enrolled. Because of the rural environment that we live in, and our commitment to healthy social groups and predictability, we have implemented a successful and well-tried multi-age classroom model.

Our faculty strives to work and study together artfully, out of the indications of Rudolf Steiner. We share beliefs that guide us in our work: a willingness to grow and develop, both individually and as a school; to work mindfully; to teach creatively and with love; and to nurture a supportive and active community. We have a strong in-house mentoring program and outside teachers visit on a regular basis. 

For more information or to apply, please contact Jeremy Clough at jclough@ashwoodwaldorf.org

Seeking Substitute Teachers

We are working to expand our sub list for both Early Childhood and Grade School teachers. If you love working with children and have flexibility in your schedule, please consider becoming a sub! Applications can be downloaded or picked up at the office. Questions? Please contact Sarah Ewing.


Ashwood Waldorf School does not discriminate on the basis of any race, gender, religion, spiritual commitment, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, immigration status, socioeconomic status, language, ability, identity, age, or political perspective in the administration of its educational programs, hiring, self-government, admissions, financial aid and all other school-related activities, and emphatically rejects discrimination in all its forms.