Curriculum and Instruction Coach

Mountain Phoenix is seeking an experienced Waldorf teacher to support our faculty in all areas of curriculum and instruction. The ideal candidate will have taught grades 1 – 8 and have had success in mentoring other teachers. Our faculty is eager to work with a mentor/coach who is dedicated to their success! This position has very little administrative work and does not include evaluations: your first priority will be observations, demonstration lessons, and direct coaching. This position will report directly to the Director of Education, Michael Heffernan.

Our charter school, as a member of the Alliance for Public Waldorf Education, offers a comprehensive academic curriculum along with special subject classes in Handwork, Spanish, Art, Music, Orchestra, Games/Movement, and Eurythmy. Our thriving school with double tracks through the grades serves a diverse community of over 500 children, preschool through eighth grade, by providing a public Waldorf education. Located close to Denver, Colorado, our beautiful campus has a bubbling stream and views of the majestic Rocky Mountains. Our children enjoy year-round outdoor activities with over 300 days of sunshine each year.

Denver also appreciates a dynamic Anthroposophical community with an Anthroposophical medical practice, an active Anthroposophical society branch, study groups, Sound Circle Eurythmy, and three Waldorf high schools nearby.

Known as the Mile-High City, Denver has a vibrant art and performing arts community and dozens of great outdoor festivals. You will find everything a cosmopolitan city has to offer including the nation’s second largest performing arts center, as well as easy access to the beautiful Rocky Mountains.

To apply for this position, please email your cover letter and resume to Michael.Heffernan, Director of Education at michael.heffernan@jeffco.k12.co.us and include “Curriculum and Instruction Coach” as the subject of the email.

Thank you for considering this opportunity to become a part of our community.