Ivy Education Group
Chaoyang District Beijing, China
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About Ivy Education Group
Founded in 2003, Ivy Education Group is a collection of over 16 kindergartens and schools. We are located in five cities across China, and have worked with over 10,000 students since our founding.
Our student body is diverse, coming from 64 different countries. Our teachers and staff are equally international with 32 nationalities represented. They are committed long-term to our students, with 25% of them having been at Ivy for 5 years or more. This is one of the most passionate group of educators you will ever meet anywhere.
Our Core Belief
A good school achieves high academic results; a great school instills a sense of purpose in its students. Our core belief is reflected in our motto Courage to Change and Inspire. Our community is not satisfied with just high-performing academic accomplishments, but we firmly believe in the importance of character. Our parents have decisively bought into our belief that our students should grow up to have the courage to pursue their dreams and ambitions and make a visible difference to this world.
Our Global Reach
Ivy’s footprints and impact can be found in many parts of the world. In Ahmedabad, India, we are a supporter of the Design for Change movement. Present in over 40 countries and touching over 30 million lives so far, DFC provides a framework for children to make changes in their community, and strongly believes in the “I Can” spirit of every child. In Chicago, we were one of the speakers at the National Chinese Language Conference, where together with our sister school, Washington YuYing PCS, we shared our latest earnings in bilingual education. In China, we organized the Multiple Intelligences World Symposiums which featured speakers including Harvard’s Dr. Howard Gardner and other distinguished thinkers from Canada, Poland, Italy, and China.
The English Lead Teacher is responsible and accountable for the activities and outcomes of the appropriate classroom. The incumbent will coordinate classroom personnel in the conduct of classroom activities.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Applies Multiple Intelligences theory in classroom practice
Oversees and participates in the designing, creating, and assessing of innovative activities and enhancing our existing curriculum
Creates and maintains a safe, supportive and nurturing environment for children
Updates parents about their child’s experience at school in writing and in person
Contributes to the overall success of the school, including participates in at least one after school activity and other marketing events
Adheres to Ivy Group policies and procedures
Oversees and maintains the observation, assessment and recording of the students’ growth and development throughout the entire school year
Provides and maintains measures that will ensure child safety and welfare during school hours
Maintains classroom students’ individual and class journals
Assists with non-teaching duties such as lunch and rest duties
Attends staff operational and professional development meetings
Mentors Support Teachers
Collaborates with the Director and other staff members on developing and maintaining the overall success of the school
Manages classroom budget as well as monitors classroom purchases
Ensures classroom supplies and equipment are kept at appropriate operational levels, in
good order, and are utilized effectively
Develops and supports classroom teaching team
Assists with the evaluation of classroom teaching team’s overall performance
Assists the Director in the identification of training needs of personnel within the classroom.
Maintains own professional expertise and stays on the cutting edge of own field through educational opportunities, reading, attendance at conferences, etc. Promotes same with colleagues.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
1. Education, Training and Experience
Degree in Education from a recognized university, early childhood preferred
2 years of experience as a lead teacher in a kindergarten
Native English speaker
Special education training preferred, but not required
Understanding of Multiple Intelligences theory (to be provided by The Ivy Group)
2. Job Skills and Abilities
Strong knowledge and awareness of age-appropriate programming and developmental needs of children
Excellent teaching skills
Strong leadership and communication skills
Experience working with a variety of cultures and family dynamics
Bilingualism an asset (English and Mandarin)
Responsible, reliable, well-organized, flexible, team player
Considerable initiative and creativity required to provide an exciting, dynamic and positive educational experience for children
Coordinates the Bilingual support teachers in classroom activities.
Competitive salary within education industry;
High-end medical insurance;
Annual travel stipend;
85% reduction in your dependent’s tuition fees that attend a Ivy kindergarten starting from the first year of employment subject to the availability of the place;
Full paid winter, Christmas and summer holidays in addition the public holidays;
You will receive development throughout your career and work with a dynamic team that are proud and passionate about what we can do in Ivy!
Professional training opportunities offered by Ivy Training Institute
A dynamic and competitive work environment
Strong career progression opportunities within our national and worldwide network of Ivy schools
By joining Ivy, we are convinced that you could play a visible and important role in helping us to reform the education platform of the largest and fastest growing market in the world. We are confident that we can expose you to entrepreneurial challenges that could significantly accelerate the rate at which you achieve substantial professional stature.
HOW TO APPLY
If you are interested in this role, please send your application to email@example.com . Please indicate the position you are applying for in your email. Should you need more information on our campus, please check out our website at www.ivyschools.com .