The SWSF (Steiner Waldorf schools fellowship) features job vacancies on its website.
There is an opportunity at a Steiner school in Ireland for a part-time science teacher.
The preferred qualification for this post is a Waldorf approved qualification;
“The candidate should ideally have an approved qualification in Steiner/Waldorf Teaching or considerable relevant experience in a Steiner/Waldorf School.”
Failing this the candidate could have a state qualification.
This person will have “full responsibility for science within the school.”
The main ability required is to “teach science imaginatively.”
Given what we know about Steiner’s take on science, I suppose a great deal of imagination is required. After all Steiner wrote that animals evolve from humans, and as for human biology…hmm, I don’t know where to start.