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Calgary Waldorf School
515 Cougar Ridge Drive S.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada T3H 5G9
Phone: 403-287-1868 | Fax: 403-287-3414



The Calgary Waldorf School is seeking an experienced, dynamic Elementary teacher to join our Faculty in September 2021.  We are seeking a teacher with:

  • enthusiasm for all aspects of teaching including parent engagement, collegial support and collaborative governance
  • experience with classroom teaching.
  • a passion for or a willingness to learn about Waldorf Education;

Applicants must hold a minimum of a Bachelor of Education and current teaching certification or be eligible to obtain certification for the Province of Alberta.

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Remuneration is competitive with the Calgary Board of Education and is based on relevant education and years of relevant work experience.

In addition, please note that, given national hiring restrictions currently in place within Canada from our Federal government, any applicant must already be a Canadian Citizen or have Canadian Permanent Resident Status.

Please direct your questions, your letter of intent and your resumé via email to or by mail to:

Faculty Hiring Committee
Calgary Waldorf School
515 Cougar Ridge Drive SW
Calgary, Alberta
Canada T3H 5G9

Background Information about the Calgary Waldorf School

The Calgary Waldorf School incorporated in 1985 and now enrolls 275 students in our programs, from Preschool and Kindergarten to Grades One through Nine. Another 40 children attend our Parent and Tot classes. Our 40-member Faculty and Staff include Early Childhood Teachers, Grade School Class Teachers, Grade School Subject Specialist Teachers (for French, German, Music, Art, Handwork, Woodwork, Arts and Crafts, Physical Education, Eurythmy, Learning Support, and Computers and Information Technology), and teaching/classroom Assistants. Our Administrative Team is composed of a Pedagogical Administrator, a School Administrator, a Financial Manager, an Admissions Manager, a Facility Manager, a Receptionist/Administrative Assistant, and a Community Engagement Manager.

We relocated in 2002 from a downtown site to the neighbourhood of Cougar Ridge on the central-south-western edge of the city, when we moved into our beautiful, new purpose-built school. As well as the facility itself, the school grounds, the natural parks, and the access to the Rocky Mountains and to housing are all advantages in our Cougar Ridge location. Our school families offer a warm, supportive community and many of our families live near the school, within walking or biking distance.

The Calgary Waldorf School is an Accredited, Full Member School of AWSNA (the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America) and a Full Member School of WECAN (the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America). We are also a member of AISCA, the Association of Independent Schools and Colleges of Alberta.

We are a unique independent school which receives one-third of our revenue from the Provincial government, as all private schools in Alberta receive some public funding from the Ministry of Education (“Alberta Education”). Our committed teaching Faculty obtain Alberta Teaching Certification, as is required of all teachers in Alberta, and our Faculty complete Waldorf teacher education as well. The school provides our teachers with generous professional development financial support towards their Waldorf Teacher Training certification and continuing education in Waldorf studies.

Calgary is a young, growing, and vibrant city of 1.5 million people, with a rich cultural heritage and a strong economy. The traditional farming and ranching base remains intact alongside the newer oil and gas economy. Calgary lives along two rivers, within the geographical transition between the prairies on its eastern side and the foothills on its western side. Our school is less than an hour from the Rocky Mountains, where recreational outdoor pursuits abound. Alberta is known for its beauty, friendliness, energy, resilience, fresh and dry air, clean water, and high number of days of sunshine. Summers are pleasant and warm; winters (though very sunny) can be cold and snowy, but we are regularly warmed by our famous Chinook Winds.

Please join us for a School Tour, a Speaker Series event, or our Waldorf Faire. We look forward to welcoming you to our Calgary Waldorf School.

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