Employment Opportunities

Gathering Waters is a new 1-12 charter school guided by the core principles of public Waldorf education. We will open our doors in September 2021 for grades 1-9, with a grade added each year. The mission of Gathering Waters Chartered Public School is to offer students an education that enables them to discover their interests and capabilities; explore the surrounding world; and cultivate a lifelong love of learning, a sense of community responsibility and understanding of environmental sustainability. We seek the founding faculty and staff members who will make the school’s mission accessible to all students in the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire.  

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Special Educator
We seek a certified special educator who will make the school’s mission accessible to all students in the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire. We seek candidates with proven teaching experience in special education and a pioneering spirit who are excited to collaboratively build our school. Ideal candidates possess a strong interest in Waldorf education, a multi-disciplinary background, and are committed to serving a diverse population of students. 

Part-Time Spanish Language Teacher
We seek candidates with proven teaching experience and a pioneering spirit who are excited to collaboratively build our school. Ideal candidates possess a strong interest in Waldorf education, a multi-disciplinary background, and are committed to serving a diverse population of students. 

Part-Time Development Coordinator
We seek founding faculty and staff who will make the school’s mission accessible to all students in the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire. The Development Coordinator will lead Gathering Waters in the development of fundraising goals and work to meet these goals.

Part-Time School Counselor
The School Counselor works under the direction of the Lead Administrator and in collaboration with the Faculty and the Academic Support Administrator to support the emotional and counseling needs of students at the School. The School Counselor (SC) will be experienced working with K-12 students in a school setting and will hold a minimum of a master’s degree in a related field.