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Teacher of Psychology

Guanghua Cambridge International SchoolShanghai, China

GHCIS is seeking an experienced and dedicated A-level Psychology Teacher for August 2021.

Due to an increasing number of students wishing to study psychology at A-level, an exciting opportunity has arisen for an A-level Teacher of Psychology at Guanghua Cambridge International School (Shanghai).

Guanghua is a very competitive private A-level school in Shanghai; we have approximately 1000 students in total and follow the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) syllabus. Despite being only nine years old, we have already proven ourselves as one of the top A-level schools in Shanghai. We have already had several graduates attending top universities across the world, including Cambridge and Oxford. The 2019-20 A-level results for psychology were outstanding, with 80% of AS students achieving an 'a' grade and 85% of A2 students achieving either an 'A' or 'A*'.

We offer:

- Very competitive salaries and housing allowance

- Full medical insurance

- Completion bonus

- Reimbursement for round trip airfare

GHCIS could be an attractive option for you if you:

· Hold a valid degree in the relevant subject area and can demonstrate excellence and expertise in your specialist area

· Are a qualified teacher

· Have relevant teaching experience

· Welcome cultural diversity and appreciate different thinking between Easterners and Westerners

· Care for students and put students at the centre of everything

Websites:

http://www.ghcis.com/  (Chinese website, updated frequently)

http://ghcis.com/index_en.aspx  (English website, updated less frequently)

For all inquiries, please contact our team (jobs@ghedu.com)

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