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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Consultant - 5 hours/week, starting ASAP


The Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Consultant will work with The Waldorf School of Atlanta's teachers and the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee to ensure that the Waldorf pedagogy is taught from a culturally relevant perspective and to deepen the curriculum in areas of cultural relevance, equity and inclusion. This position reports to the Pedagogical Chair.   


The Consultant must work in harmony with, and exhibit knowledge of, Waldorf school philosophy, its educational principles, techniques, and methods A Bachelor's degree and teaching experience is required; a Waldorf teacher training certificate is preferred.


Necessary skills include: 

  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills 
  • Exceptional level of organization and follow-through 
  • Ability to work well with people and interface with various constituencies in a professional and supportive manner 
  • Committed to working out of a consensus-based decision-making model 

This Consultant is encouraged to attend weekly Diversity, Equity & Inclusion committee meetings and other meetings and school events as appropriate.


Submit a cover letter, resume, and brief personal biography to jobs@waldorfatlanta.org.

Our School and Community:

Founded in 1986, The Waldorf School of Atlanta offers preschool to grade eight education for approximately 240 students, including Spanish, Eurythmy, Music, Handwork, Woodwork, Practical Arts, and Sports Programs. Our Morning Garden parent/child program warmly introduces young families to Waldorf education.

The school is fully accredited by four local and national accrediting bodies - NAIS, AdvancED, NCPSA, and AWSNA.


Our experienced and creative faculty work closely with an active  Board of Trustees and a committed parent community. An established Core Faculty with years of Waldorf experience share a strong commitment to studying and working with Rudolf Steiner’s picture of the developing child.


WSA maintains a policy of equal employment opportunity for all qualified employees and applicants for employment. The school hires, trains, promotes, and compensates  employees on the basis of knowledge, skills, abilities and performance without regard to age, race, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, or disability status as well as other classifications protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws.