RDFZ King's College School Hangzhou is one of two new school development projects in China initiated through partnership between the highly successful Chinese education management group, Dipont Education and the prestigious King's College School, Wimbledon. A third partner for the Hangzhou project is The High School Affiliated to Renmin University (RDFZ), one of China's leading schools. At capacity, the whole school will serve over 3,000 students from 3 to 18 years of age.
About the school
RDFZ King’s College is located on an idyllic lakeside site in the Yuhang District of Hangzhou.
The facilities at the school are outstanding. We are committed to creating an educational environment that makes the most of our world-class campus and combines the best of Chinese and western approaches to learning and academic excellence, in a context of first-rate pastoral support and opportunities to excel outside the classroom. Every member of our community is involved in the areas of music and performing arts, service, sports and creative endeavours.
Hangzhou, with a population of over 9 million people, is the capital of Zhejiang Province and an important city in China, recognised for its history, prosperity and beautiful natural scenery. It recently hosted the G-20 summit and will stage the Asian Games in 2022. Shanghai can be accessed within one hour by high-speed train.
About the role
This role involves teaching physics at IGCSE and A Level (dependent upon the subject specialism of the successful candidate).
This exciting and challenging role commands a highly competitive salary and benefits package, including high-quality housing; flights for employee and dependents and medical insurance for employee and dependents. Full tuition support will be provided for any successful applicant with school-age children. The position will be offered on an initial three-year contract term with annual renewal thereafter.
Applications are invited from teachers with:
- Excellent subject knowledge and the ability to work with highly able students in physics.
- An understanding of the needs of ESL students when teaching the subject
- The ability to work collaboratively, contributing to the development of an outstanding school.
To submit an application, please email a CV to Oliver Knapman, Recruitment Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org or please contact Mr Knapman for an information pack and informal discussion. Early application preferred.