助教职位描述

 

工作机遇,不容错过!加入一个由充满激情的教育工作者和使命驱动的个人组成,致力于在全球范围内将蒙特梭利教育主流化与现代化的团队。

 

为什么选择盖璞斯蒙特梭利中国学校?

我们是一个不断发展壮大中的学校团队,这给我们的员工提供了独一无二的广泛资源来支持和助力职业的发展和抱负。

· 教学法与课堂实践相结合,量身定制的专业发展机会

· 在美国、欧洲和中国等近三十所学校网络里具备全球流动和优先就业机会

· 在每一所学校和集团内部拥有专业成长机会

 

角色概述

我们即将在上海静安区中心地带开园。期待有热情、有爱心、合适的助教老师来加入我们的婴儿课堂!

 

应聘资历

· 英语为母语人士

· 具有小组护理环境中照顾婴儿的工作经验

· 热爱或渴望学习蒙特梭利教育方法

· 能与其他成年人愉快的合作

· 乐于不断成长学习,能独立解决问题

· 认同并贯彻执行盖璞斯蒙特梭利学校的“核心价值观”

 

福利待遇

在盖璞斯蒙特梭利中国学校,您将享受到以下福利待遇:

· 与工作经验相匹配、有竞争力的薪酬

· 获得盖璞斯蒙特梭利学校关联机构——蒙师公学培训中心的教师资格认证

· 获得持续的专业发展和指导

· 全球就业机会,包括返回美国或者在全球其他校园的优先工作机会

· 提供住房津贴和年度往返机票津贴

· 提供医疗保险

· 为外籍申请人提供工作签证

· 享受在任何盖璞斯蒙特梭利学校最多两个孩子75%的学费折扣

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