Longjing Nursery Hangzhou in association with St. Dunstan's Education Foundation

EYFS Trainer and Practitioner

Location
China (CN)
Salary
Competitive salary
Posted
21 Dec 2017
Closes
21 Jan 2018
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Contract

St. Dunstan’s Nursery HANGZHOU, China

St. Dunstan’s Nursery Hangzhou (DSNH) is a brand new kindergarten opening in the beautiful and historic city of Hangzhou this September. The Nursery is in association with the St. Dunstan’s Educational Foundation, who have been providing education since 1446, most recently since 1888 in Lewisham, Southeast London.

The Nursery is located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the West Lake Hangzhou. It is a beautiful location adjacent to the lake, surrounded by tea gardens and forest. The Nursery will cater for children between the ages of 2 and 6 years. The aim is to provide an exceptional blend of both Chinese and EYFS Nursery practice. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right person to develop their Nursery management skills within the context of modern vibrant Chinese culture.

We are looking for an experienced EYFS Trainer and Practitioner who will be able to set the highest standards of excellence and tone and achieve them. The core of the challenge will be to develop the international staff team to deliver a unique educational kindergarten experience. They will not be responsible for administrative and financial matters. It will require someone with energy, drive and the necessary experience to create the vision.

EYFS Trainer and Practitioner

Responsibilities:

  • To train staff on EYFS curriculum
  • To be key to raising the quality of early years provision and act as an agent of change to improve practice in the nursery
  • To lead practice across the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), support and mentor other practitioners and model the skills and behaviours that safeguard and promote good outcomes for children, and, in addition, work in close collaboration with Chinese teacher assistants.
  • To lead the observation, assessment and planning strategy across the nursery
  • To reflect, review and manage change to keep abreast with policy, research and training.
  • To have the skill, creativity, commitment, energy and enthusiasm required for leading practice in the early years.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A UK recognised Bachelor degree in Education
  • Over 2 years of experience managing nurseries

We offer:

  • Competitive salary
  • Annual return tickets to the UK
  • 21 paid holidays, and 5 paid sick days
  • Accommodation provided
  • Transportation and on-site meal covered
  • Free Mandarin Lessons
  • Full support from English speaking staff both in China and UK
  • Contract completion bonus

For further information please contact pamela@mschai.com.

Need to provide satisfactory references, an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, evidence of qualifications.

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