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Part-Time Director of Annual Fund

The Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor is seeking a part-time Director of Annual Fund.

Under the supervision of the Campaign Manager, the Director of Annual Fund is responsible for performing duties related to running the annual fundraising campaign for the Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor and working with the Development Associate to build and engage a growing alumni base into a supporting organization.

The Director of Annual Fund will work to organize the multiple phases of the campaign (Staff, Board, Major Gifts, Classroom, alumni) at both the lower school and high school; set campaign goals, tactics, trainings, challenges; and build close working relationships with both staff, volunteers, parents, donors and alumni.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

A Bachelor degree or equivalent and previous experience as a fund-raising professional required. Previous annual giving and event management preferred. The candidate should have knowledge of the Microsoft Windows environment on a PC and experience with Microsoft Office Suite and database management (Raiser’s Edge preferred). The ability to manage multiple tasks is vital.

Candidate must have a “customer service” frame of mind, whether working with donors or other RSSAA staff. This includes flexibility and a desire to be helpful. Excellent written, oral and organizational skills are required.

JOB DUTIES:

  • Work with Campaign Manager, Alumni, Parent Council, Board and School Administrators to establish Annual Campaign goals.
  • Create and implement new Annual Campaign timeline
  • Work with School Coordinators to create annual awareness activities/displays/communications
  • Coordinate the creation of Campaign case for support and materials
  • Create Campaign brochures, print materials and school displays
  • Building Campaign volunteer recruitment process and implement Campaign training and engagement process
  • Provide Campaign training for staff and volunteers as needed
  • Track Campaign results through database reports; create reports for staff and volunteers (with administrative support)
  • Work closely with School Leadership and Campaign volunteers to create strategies for success
  • Plan annual recognition events for donor stewardship
  • Plan and execute annual donor recognition mailings and activities
  • Collect RSSAA Student and alumni stories, photos and artwork for use in Campaign materials
  • Support Development Associate to assure database accuracy and integrity
  • Supervise School Store Manager working on yearly budget and progress

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Katrina Klaphake, Development Director.

By email: kklaphake@steinerschool.org and include “Director of Annual Fund” in the subject line.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, but priority will be given to those submitted by Monday, June 20th.

Girls High School Varsity Volleyball Coach

The Rudolf Steiner High School of Ann Arbor is searching for a varsity volleyball coach to carry on the excellent tradition of Storm Volleyball. We are a small Class D school that has won 5 conference championships, 2 district championships, and 1 regional championship in the past 6 years. We are looking for a coach that can continue to develop volleyball players and give the team a competitive and positive high school volleyball experience. We are a no-cut program with a wide range of talent ranging from new players to club players. Interested candidates must be comfortable developing players at both ends of the spectrum.

The coach must be available during after school hours and possible a couple of weekends. Salary is $3000.

Please send resume and inquiries to:
sowen-cruise@steinerschool.org

Boys High School Varsity Soccer Coach

The Rudolf Steiner High School of Ann Arbor is searching for a varsity Boys Soccer coach. Our Soccer program is a strong class D program that has won back to back conference championships, and is looking for a coach that can continue to build off of those recent successes. We are looking for a coach that can develop soccer skills and give our team a competitive and positive high school soccer experience. We are a no-cut program with experience ranging from new players to club players. Interested candidates must be comfortable developing players at both ends of the spectrum.

The coach must be available during after school hours. Salary is $3000.

Please send resume and inquiries to:
sowen-cruise@steinerschool.org

Part-Time Early Childhood Assistant

Due to the growth of our Early Childhood program, the Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor is seeking a part-time classroom assistant (Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten) for 2016-2017.

Our Early Childhood program runs from 8:30am to 3:00pm and includes three classrooms: one pre-kindergarten and two kindergartens. The morning includes circle time, a prepared snack, and indoor and outdoor free play. The afternoon includes lunch, a rest period, and structured indoor activity and outdoor play. Our Early Childhood assistants work a part-time schedule that may include a combination of mornings and afternoons.

Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan on two beautiful campuses, our school offers a comprehensive Waldorf program that serves a diverse range of children. Our Lower School Campus, situated on 11 wooded and grassy acres, houses our Pre-Kindergarten through 8th Grades and currently enrolls 200 students. We offer a rich and engaging Waldorf curriculum that includes two world languages (Spanish and German), handwork, art, woodworking, strings and orchestra, singing, eurythmy, games/movement and gardening. The dynamic program at our High School serves 110 students.

The ideal candidate has training and experience working with the Waldorf curriculum, holds a Waldorf Teacher Training Certificate, and has a love of working with young children. We value excellent communication skills, as well as a deep understanding of child development. We seek a colleague who is committed to building strong collegial relationships, and one who is committed to self-development. The candidate also needs to be able to execute great range of motion for movement journeys and able to lift up to 50 pounds.

The Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor is celebrating its 35th year and is an accredited member of AWSNA, WECAN, and of ISACS (Independent School Association of the Central States)

Interested applicants should submit a resume, 3 references and a short biographical sketch to Maggie Crawford, Early Childhood Coordinator.

By email: mcrawford@steinerschool.org
By mail: Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor, 2775 Newport Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48103

If you have any questions please call: 734-995-4141.

The Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor is an equal opportunity employer.

Full, Part-Time or Block Eurythmy Teacher for 2015-2016

The Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor is seeking a full, part-time or block Eurythmy Teacher to join our Lower School and High School faculty. The Eurythmy Teacher primarily instructs classes for students in Kindergarten through Grade 8, with the potential opportunity to also instruct eurythmy blocks at the high school.

The ideal candidate has completed a Eurythmy training program, has a full Eurythmy artistic and pedagogical diploma from an Association of Eurythmy Trainings in Dornach, Switzerland-recognized school, and has experience teaching Eurythmy in a Waldorf school, preferably in the lower grades. Applicants must have authorization to work in the United States.

We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic, creative, and loving with students in addition to having the ability to work well with colleagues, administration, and parents. We value excellent teaching and classroom management skills, a commitment to self-development, as well as a deep understanding of child development.

Our school consists of two campuses in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Lower School Campus houses pre-kindergarten through 8th grade students and enrolls approximately 220 children. This campus is situated on 12 wooded and grassy acres that include playgrounds and a biodynamic garden. Our separate High School campus enrolls over 100 students. The Lower School programs provide students with a rich Waldorf curriculum that includes two world languages (Spanish and German), handwork, art, woodworking, orchestra, singing, eurythmy, recorder, games and gardening.

We are celebrating our 35th year as an accredited member of AWSNA (American Waldorf Schools of North American) and of ISACS (Independent School Association of the Central States.) We are pleased to offer the qualifying candidate a competitive salary based on experience, along with a benefits package that includes health, life and disability insurance, with the addition of a pension plan following two years of employment. In addition you will be provided with extensive administrative and collegial support, including an experienced mentor and access to training and conferences.

Interested applicants should submit a resume, 3 references and a short biographical sketch to Peggy Wilson, Lower School Coordinator.

By email: pwilson@steinerschool.org
By mail: Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor, 2775 Newport Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48103
By fax: 734-995-4353

Please call 734-995-4141 with any questions you may have.

The Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor is an equal opportunity employer.

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