Chinese Teacher - Hourly, Part-time - January Start

Byron CollegeAthens, Greece

Byron College are looking to appoint a part-time teacher of Chinese to deliver lessons as part of our enrichment programme.

This is an exciting opportunity to work within a vibrant and dynamic British International School for a  pro-active individual, who is student focused and wants to make a difference.

This is a part-time position, teaching Mandarin as part of our enrichment programme that is held after school between 3.30pm and 5.00pm (maximum of 5 sessions per week). 

Initially the post requires the teaching and facilitation of IGCSE and A Level Chinese to first language speakers. There may be the opportunity for a full time position from September 2021 for the right candidate when we introduce beginners courses.

We require:

  • A relevant Chinese teaching qualification
  • Ability to facilitate learning to different levels simultaneously
  • Flexible and innovative approach to working
  • Fluency in written and spoken Chinese
  • Ability to innovate and teach outside of the classroom
  • Strong team player willing to support other colleagues

We are looking for people who are dedicated to helping their students, enjoy challenges, and want to contribute to the continued development of the school. If you seek an opportunity to make a difference and build an experience for students the Byron is the school for you.

The school reserves the right to appoint before the deadline should suitable candidates be found. Interviews will be conducted via Zoom or at the school as necessary.

Applications should be made through the TES portal by completing the application form and submitted in English. A current CV may also be attached to your application.

Byron College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and is an independent, international school following the English National Curriculum, operating in Athens - Greece under the Department of Education License No. Z2/442/1986. The school is BSO inspected and registered with the Department for Education (DfE reference number 6337) in the United Kingdom.