Job Reference : 003409
About the role
You will be an effective professional who will deliver the vision and ethos of the school which is centered on learning in a bilingual environment through a blended curriculum, offering students an international mindset whilst still nurturing pride and respect for their own culture and traditions. This teacher will be passionate about teaching economics and business and growing students into confident communicators.
We will look to you to promote high expectations for our students, designing learning activities that are aligned to our school’s curriculum and creating a learning culture where students are confident to be socially, academically and personally ambitious. You will foster an environment of respect within the classroom, facilitating learning through questioning and discussion. NACIS provides a high quality and distinctive learning programme for our students, drawing on the best of education worldwide and maximizing the benefits of our Strategic Alliance with Nord Anglia Education.
As a qualified teacher, you will have excellent interpersonal skills and the drive to empower a strong communication focused environment within your department. It is essential you are familiar with the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). Knowledge of varied learning strategies for English second language speakers within a bilingual environment will be an advantage but not a prerequisite, a desire to teach in a multicultural environment is a must.
Able to adapt quickly to our fast-paced international, multicultural environment, you will bring a degree, a recognised teaching qualification and at least two years teaching experience. Committed and creative, you will be reflective on your own teaching and student outcomes, seeking out and implementing new ideas and innovative practice to raise achievement.
Keen to collaborate and share your specialist expertise, you will be a fitting ambassador for the school. You will communicate with confidence across diverse audiences and situations, using your expertise to build strong relationships with parents and students.
You will also be able to meet visa-related restrictions of living and working in China.
When you join Nord Anglia Chinese International School Shanghai (NACISS), you are strategically connected to a global community of more than 9,000 people working together to create unique learning opportunities. NACIS offers you unsurpassed opportunities to innovate and develop best practice across, to access extensive professional development, and to gain exceptional experience and career development. At NACISS, you will have opportunities to progress more, learn more, and collaborate more.
Our online Strategic Alliance professional development platform, Nord Anglia University, provides NACISS teachers with a vibrant online platform which harnesses the collective expertise of professionals in an exchange of knowledge, ideas and best practice. Through our Strategic Alliance collaborations with The Juilliard School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), our teachers have unrivalled access to leading experts in their fields.
Alongside great training and a competitive package, you’ll enjoy the chance to live and work in one of the worlds' most vibrant cities.
- As a NACISS teacher, you enjoy the following benefits:
- A fast-paced, global experience so that you can progress on a global scale
- An enabling environment founded on creativity, challenge and collaboration
- A culture which is fair and consultative
- Unique opportunities to grow professionally and develop your career
The closing date for application is Friday 15 December. First stage interviews will be conducted by Skype or telephone and final interviews will take place at our Strategic Alliance Nord Anglia Education Recruitment Event in central London in the week commencing Monday 29 January 2018 (alternative arrangements will be made for candidates who cannot attend in person).
At NACISS we are committed to providing a world class, safe, happy environment in which children and young people are able to thrive and learn. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our pupils irrespective of race, ability, religion, gender or culture.
All post holders in regulated activity (having regular unsupervised contact with children) are subject to appropriate national and international vetting procedures including satisfactory criminal record checks from both Country of residence/birth and any Country of residence within the last 10 years.