Kindergarten Teacher Needed in Indonesia: $1,800-$4,000, housing, free schooling
We require an Early Years (Kindergarten) Teacher for this international school in Jakarta. They are IB Accredited and provide classes from Kindergarten to Senior High School.
The school has a partnership agreement with the Beijing University and close contacts with the embassies of the UK, Canada and the USA. The institute embraces Asian tradition & culture whilst being strongly committed to prepare children for a global multi-cultural society.
It is located in central Jakarta and caters for nursery (2 yrs of age) up to grade 5 and there is an immediate plan for expansion. The city campus is a modern facility complete with pool, gymnasium, computer labs and learning kitchen, providing an excellent IB learning space and convenience for busy professionals to drop or visit their young children.
• The teacher must possess a recognized qualification in early childhood education,
child development or other related fields.
• A commitment to the best interest of young children
• A warm and friendly personality
• Sensitivity to the feelings and needs of others
• An ability to relate well to young children
• An ability to establish a positive and healthy relationship with parents and families
• Previous experience of working with a diverse group of young children and
implementing a developmentally appropriate programme.
• Familiarity with Early Years Handbook and the general policies and procedures of
Early Years education
• A willingness to understand and work with the curriculum framework provided by
the ‘Practice Guidance of the Early Years Foundation Stage’.
• Develop and maintain a trusting, cooperative and collaborative working
relationship with all teachers
• Be open-minded and understanding of the different cultural perspectives
• Be a willing participant and contributor as part of the EY team and the wider school
• Be alert to and understanding of health and safety matters
• Be punctual and well prepared at the beginning of each day
Implementation of the Daily Learning Programme
- Understand and incorporate the vision to nurture the dispositions for a life-long
- Create a responsive and caring classroom learning environment with intentional
learning centres for young children
- Based on children’s interests, plan, implement, document and evaluate
developmentally appropriate daily learning opportunities and experiences both
indoors and outdoors
- Prepare and organize materials and resources for learning
- Observe the strengths and concerns of individual children which inform the
planning of appropriate opportunities for development and learning.
- Help children to understand daily schedule and routines
- Help children to understand the behaviour expectations in the learning
environment both indoors and outdoors
- Be flexible and responsive to children’s emerging interests
- Provide positive guidance of the behaviour of individual children
- Encourage independence and self-help skills
- Make families feel welcome
- Be able to explain the different aspects of the programme with families
- Establish a rapport with parents and families
- Ensure information is gained from parents about a child’s development and
- Include the expertise of parents and families, which include their cultural beliefs,
practices and professional knowledge etc. to support the children’s learning
- Be resourceful and supportive to parenting issues when appropriate
- Keep ongoing communication with families through newsletters, communication
books, email groups, website, etc.
- Make sure that information learned about the child from parents and family
members is noted
- Always maintain a relationship with children that is fair and unbiased
- Keep confidentiality of children, families and colleagues’ personal information
- Maintain a professional relationship with parents and families
- Always conduct yourself in a professional manner in relation to dress, conduct, etc.
- Keep abreast of the current practice and theories in early childhood education
- Always seek self improvement through ongoing professional development, and be
willing to take risks to try new ideas
- Accept other teachers’ good ideas and share theirs own
- Participate in on-going professional reflection and sharing
- Show interests in wider EY world
Full expatriate package available, 2-year contract, yearly airfare per teacher, medical insurance, assigned housing, Mac laptop, shipping allowance and all visa/work permit arrangements. One child free tuition. The salary depends on the qualifications and experience but the range would be $1,800 - 4,000 per month.
Please note the school has stipulated a native speaker for English for this role.
Start date will be August 2014 where possible.
CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org