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Shanghai HD Bilingual School is a full-time private school offering Chinese nationals an education within a bilingual and bicultural context. Welcome all the people from all around the world who are keen on education.


We will provide every employee with:

  • Full employee benefits
  • A working environment that encourages teamwork and innovation
  • A challenging and inspiring bilingual environment 
  • Unique opportunities for professional development and career advancement


We welcome you to send your resume to us by careers@elitek12.com. We are looking forward to hearing from any well-qualified, dedicated and inspiring professionals who would like to be part of our journey!


More opportunities, please go to Join us.

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International Primary Art Teacher
Release Date:2019-02-22
Post responsibility:

Teaching and Learning

• to plan, prepare and deliver schemes of work in accordance with the academic programmes set out by the school, which facilitate active learning experiences for all children

• to assess and maintain records of children’s progress in learning, using this information to ensure that each child has the opportunity to succeed

• to manage the classroom environment so that it is a stimulating, well-resourced and orderly space which supports and encourages learning

• to have a thorough understanding of the purpose and aims of the school’s educational ethos

• to always set high expectations, which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils

• to use all relevant technology to support learning, understanding and development

• to identify and select different instructional resources and methods to meet the children’s varying needs

• to evaluate learning experiences and outcomes for children’s continual improvement

• to provide meaningful feedback and assessment for learning in line with the school’s policies

• to develop the best combination of international and Chinese approaches to deliver a personalised bi-lingual curriculum

• to ensure that the standards set out in the school’s policies, including but not limited to behaviour, teaching and learning and safeguarding are followed

• to ensure that all children are treated with respect – fairly and equally

• to ensure outstanding pastoral care in line with the school’s policies and expectations

Communication and Co-operation

• to work co-operatively and supportively with all members of staff

• to share information, ideas and resources with colleagues

• to develop supportive and productive relationships with parents

• to maintain accurate and complete records of children’s development

• to participate in departmental, school-based and parental meetings

• to share assessment data and ensure that it is appropriately archived

• to prepare required reports on children and their activities

• to participate in the supervisory duties shared by all members of staff

• to participate in the co-curricular life of the school

• to play a full part in the corporate life of the School

• to support the school’s image and profile in the community

Requirements:

Qualifications

• A relevant degree from an established university

• PGCE/QTS or equivalent


Knowledge & Experience

• 2 or more years of full time, school based, teaching experience (required)

• Excellent working knowledge of primary curricula for art (required) – English National Curriculum preferred

• High levels of subject knowledge in art (required)

• Proficient artist with relevant specialism (required)

• Experience of working with children who have English as an additional language (desirable)

• Experience of working in the independent sector (desirable)

Personal Qualities

• Ability to inspire children with a love of learning

• Ability to develop and challenge all children so that each child can achieve their best in art

• Willingness to contribute to all aspects of school life

• Strong interpersonal-relations and teamworking skills

• Ability to use ICT to enhance learning

• Good administrative and organisational abilities

• Good communication skills

• Ability to understand the needs, challenges and opportunities of an international school community

• Rigorous can-do attitude and flexible approach • Positive team player with a sense of humour

Design Thinking Teacher
Release Date:2019-02-22
Post responsibility:

Teaching and Learning

• to plan, prepare and deliver schemes of work in accordance with the academic programmes set out by the school, which facilitate active learning experiences for all children

• to assess and maintain records of children’s progress in learning, using this information to ensure that each child has the opportunity to succeed

• to manage the classroom environment so that it is a stimulating, well-resourced and orderly space which supports and encourages learning

• to have a thorough understanding of the purpose and aims of the school’s educational ethos

• to always set high expectations, which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils

• to use all relevant technology to support learning, understanding and development

• to identify and select different instructional resources and methods to meet the children’s varying needs

• to evaluate learning experiences and outcomes for children’s continual improvement

• to provide meaningful feedback and assessment for learning in line with the school’s policies

• to develop the best combination of international and Chinese approaches to deliver a personalised bi-lingual curriculum

• to ensure that the standards set out in the school’s policies, including but not limited to behaviour, teaching and learning and safeguarding are followed

• to ensure that all children are treated with respect – fairly and equally

• to ensure outstanding pastoral care in line with the school’s policies and expectations

Communication and Co-operation

• to work co-operatively and supportively with all members of staff

• to share information, ideas and resources with colleagues

• to develop supportive and productive relationships with parents

• to maintain accurate and complete records of children’s development

• to participate in departmental, school-based and parental meetings

• to share assessment data and ensure that it is appropriately archived

• to prepare required reports on children and their activities

• to participate in the supervisory duties shared by all members of staff

• to participate in the co-curricular life of the school

• to play a full part in the corporate life of the School

• to support the school’s image and profile in the community

Requirements:

Qualifications

• A subject relevant degree from an established university

• PGCE/QTS or equivalent


Knowledge & Experience

• 2 or more years of full time, school based, teaching experience (required)

• Excellent working knowledge of primary curricula for design thinking (required) – English National Curriculum preferred

• High levels of subject knowledge in design thinking (required)

• Experience of working with children who have English as an additional language (desirable)

• Experience of working in the independent sector (desirable)

Personal Qualities

• Ability to inspire children with a love of learning

• Ability to develop and challenge all children so that each child can achieve their best in art

• Willingness to contribute to all aspects of school life

• Strong interpersonal-relations and teamworking skills

• Ability to use ICT to enhance learning

• Good administrative and organisational abilities

• Good communication skills

• Ability to understand the needs, challenges and opportunities of an international school community

• Rigorous can-do attitude and flexible approach • Positive team player with a sense of humour

International Primary EAL Teacher
Release Date:2019-02-22
Post responsibility:

Teaching and Learning

• to plan, prepare and deliver schemes of work in accordance with the academic programmes set out by the school, which facilitate active learning experiences for all children

• to assess and maintain records of children’s progress in learning, using this information to ensure that each child has the opportunity to succeed

• to manage the classroom environment so that it is a stimulating, well-resourced and orderly space which supports and encourages learning

• to have a thorough understanding of the purpose and aims of the school’s educational ethos

• to always set high expectations, which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils

• to use all relevant technology to support learning, understanding and development

• to identify and select different instructional resources and methods to meet the children’s varying needs

• to evaluate learning experiences and outcomes for children’s continual improvement

• to provide meaningful feedback and assessment for learning in line with the school’s policies

• to develop the best combination of international and Chinese approaches to deliver a personalised bi-lingual curriculum

• to ensure that the standards set out in the school’s policies, including but not limited to behaviour, teaching and learning and safeguarding are followed

• to ensure that all children are treated with respect – fairly and equally

• to ensure outstanding pastoral care in line with the school’s policies and expectations

Communication and Co-operation

• to work co-operatively and supportively with all members of staff

• to share information, ideas and resources with colleagues

• to develop supportive and productive relationships with parents

• to maintain accurate and complete records of children’s development

• to participate in departmental, school-based and parental meetings

• to share assessment data and ensure that it is appropriately archived

• to prepare required reports on children and their activities

• to participate in the supervisory duties shared by all members of staff

• to participate in the co-curricular life of the school

• to play a full part in the corporate life of the School

• to support the school’s image and profile in the community

Requirements:

Qualifications

• A good degree from an established university

• Relevant qualification for teaching English as an Additional Language (e.g. TEFL)

• PGCE/QTS or equivalent


Knowledge & Experience

• 2 or more years of full time, school based, teaching experience (required)

• Wide working knowledge of curricula and know-how in supporting non-native speaking children in accessing this (required) – English National Curriculum preferred

• High levels of subject knowledge in language acquisition (required)

• Experience of working in the independent sector (desirable) 

Personal Qualities

• Ability to inspire children with a love of learning

• Ability to develop and challenge all children so that each child can achieve their best in art

• Willingness to contribute to all aspects of school life

• Strong interpersonal-relations and teamworking skills

• Ability to use ICT to enhance learning

• Good administrative and organisational abilities

• Good communication skills

• Ability to understand the needs, challenges and opportunities of an international school community

• Rigorous can-do attitude and flexible approach • Positive team player with a sense of humour

International Primary Homeroom Teacher
Release Date:2019-02-22
Post responsibility:

Teaching and Learning

• to plan, prepare and deliver schemes of work in accordance with the academic programmes set out by the school, which facilitate active learning experiences for all children

• to assess and maintain records of children’s progress in learning, using this information to ensure that each child has the opportunity to succeed

• to manage the classroom environment so that it is a stimulating, well-resourced and orderly space which supports and encourages learning

• to have a thorough understanding of the purpose and aims of the school’s educational ethos

• to always set high expectations, which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils

• to use all relevant technology to support learning, understanding and development

• to identify and select different instructional resources and methods to meet the children’s varying needs

• to evaluate learning experiences and outcomes for children’s continual improvement

• to provide meaningful feedback and assessment for learning in line with the school’s policies

• to develop the best combination of international and Chinese approaches to deliver a personalised bi-lingual curriculum

• to ensure that the standards set out in the school’s policies, including but not limited to behaviour, teaching and learning and safeguarding are followed

• to ensure that all children are treated with respect – fairly and equally

• to ensure outstanding pastoral care in line with the school’s policies and expectations

Communication and Co-operation

• to work co-operatively and supportively with all members of staff

• to share information, ideas and resources with colleagues

• to develop supportive and productive relationships with parents

• to maintain accurate and complete records of children’s development

• to participate in departmental, school-based and parental meetings

• to share assessment data and ensure that it is appropriately archived

• to prepare required reports on children and their activities

• to participate in the supervisory duties shared by all members of staff

• to participate in the co-curricular life of the school

• to play a full part in the corporate life of the School

• to support the school’s image and profile in the community

Requirements:

Qualifications

• A good degree from an established university

• PGCE/QTS or equivalent


Knowledge & Experience

• 2 or more years of full time, school based, teaching experience (required)

• Excellent working knowledge of primary curricula (required) – English National Curriculum preferred

• Breadth of subject knowledge across the curriculum up to Key Stage 2 level (required)

• Experience of working with children who have English as an additional language (desirable)

• Experience of working in the independent sector (desirable)

Personal Qualities

• Ability to inspire children with a love of learning

• Ability to develop and challenge all children so that each child can achieve their best in art

• Willingness to contribute to all aspects of school life

• Strong interpersonal-relations and teamworking skills

• Ability to use ICT to enhance learning

• Good administrative and organisational abilities

• Good communication skills

• Ability to understand the needs, challenges and opportunities of an international school community

• Rigorous can-do attitude and flexible approach • Positive team player with a sense of humour

International Kindergarten Homeroom Teacher
Release Date:2019-02-22
Post responsibility:

Teaching and Learning

• to plan, prepare and deliver schemes of work in accordance with the academic programmes set out by the school, which facilitate active learning experiences for all children

• to assess and maintain records of children’s progress in learning, using this information to ensure that each child has the opportunity to succeed

• to manage the classroom environment so that it is a stimulating, well-resourced and orderly space which supports and encourages learning

• to have a thorough understanding of the purpose and aims of the school’s educational ethos

• to always set high expectations, which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils

• to use all relevant technology to support learning, understanding and development

• to identify and select different instructional resources and methods to meet the children’s varying needs

• to evaluate learning experiences and outcomes for children’s continual improvement

• to provide meaningful feedback and assessment for learning in line with the school’s policies

• to develop the best combination of international and Chinese approaches to deliver a personalised bi-lingual curriculum

• to ensure that the standards set out in the school’s policies, including but not limited to behaviour, teaching and learning and safeguarding are followed

• to ensure that all children are treated with respect – fairly and equally

• to ensure outstanding pastoral care in line with the school’s policies and expectations

Communication and Co-operation

• to work co-operatively and supportively with all members of staff

• to share information, ideas and resources with colleagues

• to develop supportive and productive relationships with parents

• to maintain accurate and complete records of children’s development

• to participate in departmental, school-based and parental meetings

• to share assessment data and ensure that it is appropriately archived

• to prepare required reports on children and their activities

• to participate in the supervisory duties shared by all members of staff

• to participate in the co-curricular life of the school

• to play a full part in the corporate life of the School

• to support the school’s image and profile in the community

Personal Qualities

• Ability to inspire children with a love of learning

• Ability to develop and challenge all children so that each child can achieve their best in art

• Willingness to contribute to all aspects of school life

• Strong interpersonal-relations and teamworking skills

• Ability to use ICT to enhance learning

• Good administrative and organisational abilities

• Good communication skills

• Ability to understand the needs, challenges and opportunities of an international school community

• Rigorous can-do attitude and flexible approach • Positive team player with a sense of humour

Requirements:

Qualifications

• A good degree from an established university

• PGCE/QTS or equivalent


Knowledge & Experience

• 2 or more years of full time, school based, teaching experience (required)

• Excellent working knowledge of foundation stage curricula (required) – English National Curriculum preferred

• Thorough working knowledge of child development for ages 2-5

• Experience of working with children who have English as an additional language (desirable)

• Experience of working in the independent sector (desirable)

Personal Qualities

• Ability to inspire children with a love of learning

• Ability to develop and challenge all children so that each child can achieve their best in art

• Willingness to contribute to all aspects of school life

• Strong interpersonal-relations and teamworking skills

• Ability to use ICT to enhance learning

• Good administrative and organisational abilities

• Good communication skills

• Ability to understand the needs, challenges and opportunities of an international school community

• Rigorous can-do attitude and flexible approach • Positive team player with a sense of humour

International Secondary EAL Teacher
Release Date:2019-02-22
Post responsibility:

Teaching and Learning

• to plan, prepare and deliver schemes of work in accordance with the academic programmes set out by the school, which facilitate active learning experiences for all children

• to assess and maintain records of children’s progress in learning, using this information to ensure that each child has the opportunity to succeed

• to manage the classroom environment so that it is a stimulating, well-resourced and orderly space which supports and encourages learning

• to have a thorough understanding of the purpose and aims of the school’s educational ethos

• to always set high expectations, which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils

• to use all relevant technology to support learning, understanding and development

• to identify and select different instructional resources and methods to meet the children’s varying needs

• to evaluate learning experiences and outcomes for children’s continual improvement

• to provide meaningful feedback and assessment for learning in line with the school’s policies

• to develop the best combination of international and Chinese approaches to deliver a personalised bi-lingual curriculum

• to ensure that the standards set out in the school’s policies, including but not limited to behaviour, teaching and learning and safeguarding are followed

• to ensure that all children are treated with respect – fairly and equally

• to ensure outstanding pastoral care in line with the school’s policies and expectations

Communication and Co-operation

• to work co-operatively and supportively with all members of staff

• to share information, ideas and resources with colleagues

• to develop supportive and productive relationships with parents

• to maintain accurate and complete records of children’s development

• to participate in departmental, school-based and parental meetings

• to share assessment data and ensure that it is appropriately archived

• to prepare required reports on children and their activities

• to participate in the supervisory duties shared by all members of staff

• to participate in the co-curricular life of the school

• to play a full part in the corporate life of the School

• to support the school’s image and profile in the community

Requirements:

Qualifications

• A good degree from an established university

• Relevant qualification for teaching English as an Additional Language (e.g. TEFL)

• PGCE/QTS or equivalent


Knowledge & Experience

• 2 or more years of full time, school based, teaching experience (required)

• Wide working knowledge of curricula and know-how in supporting non-native speaking children in accessing this (required) – English National Curriculum preferred

• High levels of subject knowledge in language acquisition (required)

•Experience of working in the independent sector (desirable)

Personal Qualities

• Ability to inspire children with a love of learning

• Ability to develop and challenge all children so that each child can achieve their best in art

• Willingness to contribute to all aspects of school life

• Strong interpersonal-relations and teamworking skills

• Ability to use ICT to enhance learning

• Good administrative and organisational abilities

• Good communication skills

• Ability to understand the needs, challenges and opportunities of an international school community

• Rigorous can-do attitude and flexible approach • Positive team player with a sense of humour

International Secondary Lead EAL Teacher
Release Date:2019-02-22
Post responsibility:

Leading, Teaching and Learning

• to foster an excellent work ethic and culture of high expectations in which both students and staff fulfil their potential

• to make use of professional knowledge and understanding to create a stimulating, challenging and supportive learning environment that promotes student success.

• to have a thorough understanding of the purpose and aims of the school’s educational ethos

• when teaching, create an effective, challenging learning environment for each student, providing appropriate and timely feedback on work, acknowledging each student’s improvement and effort and encouraging and monitoring the progress of individual students

• to teach a timetable as determined by the Principal, but one which reflects the leadership and co-ordination responsibility of the role

• to assess and maintain records of children’s progress in learning, using this information to ensure that each child has the opportunity to succeed

• to always set high expectations, which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils

• to use all relevant technology to support learning, understanding and development

• to identify and select different instructional resources and methods to meet the children’s varying needs

• to evaluate learning experiences and outcomes for children’s continual improvement

• to provide meaningful feedback and assessment for learning in line with the school’s policies

• to develop the best combination of international and Chinese approaches to deliver a personalised bi-lingual curriculum

• to ensure that the standards set out in the school’s policies, including but not limited to behaviour, teaching and learning and safeguarding are followed

• to ensure that all children are treated with respect – fairly and equally

• to ensure outstanding pastoral care in line with the school’s policies and expectations 

Communication and Co-operation

• to work co-operatively and supportively with all members of staff

• to share information, ideas and resources with colleagues

• to develop supportive and productive relationships with parents

• to maintain accurate and complete records of children’s development

• to participate in departmental, school-based and parental meetings

• to share assessment data and ensure that it is appropriately archived

• to prepare required reports on children and their activities

• to participate in the supervisory duties shared by all members of staff

• to participate in the co-curricular life of the school

• to play a full part in the corporate life of the School

• to support the school’s image and profile in the community

Requirements:

Qualifications

• A relevant degree from an established university (required)

• PGCE/QTS or equivalent (required)


Knowledge & Experience

• Excellent working knowledge of a range of standards-based curriculum appropriate to the primary school (required)

• Experience with respect to leading and managing staff (required)

• At least four years of teaching experience (desirable)

•Experience of working with children who have English as an additional language (desirable)

• Experience of working in the independent sector (desirable)

• Experience of working in the international sector (desirable)

Personal Qualities

• Ability to inspire children with a love of learning

• Ability to develop and challenge all children so that each child can achieve their best in art

• Willingness to contribute to all aspects of school life

• Strong interpersonal-relations and teamworking skills

• Ability to use ICT to enhance learning

• Good administrative and organisational abilities

• Good communication skills

• Ability to understand the needs, challenges and opportunities of an international school community

• Rigorous can-do attitude and flexible approach • Positive team player with a sense of humour

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