International Early years/Primary teacher

Posted 6 February by NonStop Recruitment

Are you a qualified primary/early years teacher looking for a new adventure abroad? An international school in Beijing is recruiting for early years (nursery- reception) and primary teachers to join their excellent primary school teaching team.

The school belongs to a network of schools originally established in the UK and places a strong emphasis on leadership and achieving a standard of excellence across all their schools in the UK and abroad. Joining this school would mean that you have access to progression opportunities within the network, a lot of training and professional development as well as other benefits including airfare coverage, accommodation subsidies, medical cover, visa cover and end of year bonus upon appraisal.

You will be working in a diverse environment with professionals and children from around the world making the work more interesting and giving you a bigger support network if you are relocating for the position. China is an inexpensive place to live and very rich in culture meaning you can save money and experience something new and exciting at the same time.

Contracts are for 2 years with renewal preferred subject to performance.

To apply you'll need;

  • At least a bachelor's degree in primary/early years teaching or similar
  • A UK Teaching qualification (QTS, PGCE)
  • To be available to start in August 2018
  • At least 3 years teaching experience (preferably at an international school)
  • To be a UK native English speaker

If you meet the above requirements please don't hesitate to contact Christianna on +44 (0) or email your updated CV to and I will contact you.

If you know someone suitable for the role you may elligible for a referral bonus if they are successful.

Reference: 34407056

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