We Are Hiring!

We welcome passionate and dedicated professionals who share our belief in the power of education. Together, we can make a meaningful difference to children and the society through education.

Welcome to BIS!

Please send your resume to jobsboston@bostonis.org with interested position.

We will contact the appropriate candidate.

As Class Manager the Class/Subject Teacher will:

  • Respect and value each child’s social, cultural and religious background and, by example, exercise mutual respect and tolerance.
  • Share in the management of pastoral care, health, welfare and behavior of all students and in particular, those within your designated class group.
  • Undertake the teaching of a class in accordance with the school’s agreed policies and guidelines.
  • Use a variety of appropriate teaching methods to ensure high quality, inquiry-based learning occurs.
  • Acknowledge and respond to each learner’s potential and provide differentiated tasks.
  • Provide planning documents identifying specific learning objectives, special needs, extension and assessment, to the Academic Principal or other authorized officer (Curriculum Coordinator).
  • Keep their own Unit of Inquiry (UOI) or Subject planners and add to them as an ongoing task to Managebac, and for collection, if required, collation by Curriculum Coordinator.
  • Maintain professional dialogue with colleagues concerning the students, other colleagues and the school.  Treat all information with confidentiality.
  • Ensure the provision of equal opportunities for all.
  • Encourage students to take pride in their own environment and show respect and concern for others, to the benefit of the school as a caring community.
  • Be responsible for all aspects of classroom management; eg. care of equipment with resources well-labelled and accessible.  Maintain a tidy, well-organized room.
  • Create a stimulating and engaging learning environment based on creating resilient learners and promoting independent learning.
  • Collaborate with Academic Principal and Curriculum coordinators (or delegate) and staff in establishing and developing effective student assessment procedures, documentation and portfolios.  Observe students’ learning and keep appropriate records of achievement for each student in class. Provide reports as necessary.
  • Create authentic partnerships with families and the school community by building positive links between yourself and parents of students in your care.
  • Guide, motivate and monitor classroom helpers in carrying out their tasks.
  • Provide pedagogical and other support for Assistant Teachers, if applicable.

 As a team member the Class/Subject Teacher will:

  • Collaborate with staff to plan, implement and evaluate. Continuously identify ways to and act to improve school systems and practices.
  • Offer and receive advice and guidance on issues which affect the whole school’s performance and ethos.
  • Take corporate responsibility for displays throughout the school.
  • Share management and delivery of assemblies.
  • Share your expertise.
  • Participate in appraisal procedures and in-service training that provide personal, professional and career development as well as add intrinsically to the school’s development.
  • Actively attend all team and staff meetings as called and appointed, regularly and from time to time.

As a professional educator the Class Teacher will:

  • Be familiar with and be guided by the school’s and IB’s documentation and policies.
  • Use the IB’s MyIB and other resources for professional development.
  • Share the school’s multi-cultural diversity and participate in activities designed to promote intercultural understanding and respect.
  • Teachers should not discuss with parents changing a child’s class placement or possible retention in a class for a further year, without prior consultation with the Principal. If necessary parents’ requests about such matters should be directed to the Principal in writing.
  • Respect and act in accordance with the fact that our school is a smoking-free environment.
  • Adhere to and respect the professional dress code as recorded in the Staff Handbook. 

As Class Manager the Class/Subject Teacher will:

  • Respect and value each child’s social, cultural and religious background and, by example, exercise mutual respect and tolerance.
  • Share in the management of pastoral care, health, welfare and behavior of all students and in particular, those within your designated class group.
  • Undertake the teaching of a class in accordance with the school’s agreed policies and guidelines.
  • Use a variety of appropriate teaching methods to ensure high quality, inquiry-based learning occurs.
  • Acknowledge and respond to each learner’s potential and provide differentiated tasks.
  • Provide planning documents identifying specific learning objectives, special needs, extension and assessment, to the Academic Principal or other authorized officer (Curriculum Coordinator).
  • Keep their own Unit of Inquiry (UOI) or Subject planners and add to them as an ongoing task to Managebac, and for collection, if required, collation by Curriculum Coordinator.
  • Maintain professional dialogue with colleagues concerning the students, other colleagues and the school.  Treat all information with confidentiality.
  • Ensure the provision of equal opportunities for all.
  • Encourage students to take pride in their own environment and show respect and concern for others, to the benefit of the school as a caring community.
  • Be responsible for all aspects of classroom management; eg. care of equipment with resources well-labelled and accessible.  Maintain a tidy, well-organized room.
  • Create a stimulating and engaging learning environment based on creating resilient learners and promoting independent learning.
  • Collaborate with Academic Principal and Curriculum coordinators (or delegate) and staff in establishing and developing effective student assessment procedures, documentation and portfolios.  Observe students’ learning and keep appropriate records of achievement for each student in class. Provide reports as necessary.
  • Create authentic partnerships with families and the school community by building positive links between yourself and parents of students in your care.
  • Guide, motivate and monitor classroom helpers in carrying out their tasks.
  • Provide pedagogical and other support for Assistant Teachers, if applicable.

 As a team member the Class/Subject Teacher will:

  • Collaborate with staff to plan, implement and evaluate. Continuously identify ways to and act to improve school systems and practices.
  • Offer and receive advice and guidance on issues which affect the whole school’s performance and ethos.
  • Take corporate responsibility for displays throughout the school.
  • Share management and delivery of assemblies.
  • Share your expertise.
  • Participate in appraisal procedures and in-service training that provide personal, professional and career development as well as add intrinsically to the school’s development.
  • Actively attend all team and staff meetings as called and appointed, regularly and from time to time.

As a professional educator the Class Teacher will:

  • Be familiar with and be guided by the school’s and IB’s documentation and policies.
  • Use the IB’s MyIB and other resources for professional development.
  • Share the school’s multi-cultural diversity and participate in activities designed to promote intercultural understanding and respect.
  • Teachers should not discuss with parents changing a child’s class placement or possible retention in a class for a further year, without prior consultation with the Principal. If necessary parents’ requests about such matters should be directed to the Principal in writing.
  • Respect and act in accordance with the fact that our school is a smoking-free environment.
  • Adhere to and respect the professional dress code as recorded in the Staff Handbook. 

As Class Manager the Class/Subject Teacher will:

  • Respect and value each child’s social, cultural and religious background and, by example, exercise mutual respect and tolerance.
  • Share in the management of pastoral care, health, welfare and behavior of all students and in particular, those within your designated class group.
  • Undertake the teaching of a class in accordance with the school’s agreed policies and guidelines.
  • Use a variety of appropriate teaching methods to ensure high quality, inquiry-based learning occurs.
  • Acknowledge and respond to each learner’s potential and provide differentiated tasks.
  • Provide planning documents identifying specific learning objectives, special needs, extension and assessment, to the Academic Principal or other authorized officer (Curriculum Coordinator).
  • Keep their own Unit of Inquiry (UOI) or Subject planners and add to them as an ongoing task to Managebac, and for collection, if required, collation by Curriculum Coordinator.
  • Maintain professional dialogue with colleagues concerning the students, other colleagues and the school.  Treat all information with confidentiality.
  • Ensure the provision of equal opportunities for all.
  • Encourage students to take pride in their own environment and show respect and concern for others, to the benefit of the school as a caring community.
  • Be responsible for all aspects of classroom management; eg. care of equipment with resources well-labelled and accessible.  Maintain a tidy, well-organized room.
  • Create a stimulating and engaging learning environment based on creating resilient learners and promoting independent learning.
  • Collaborate with Academic Principal and Curriculum coordinators (or delegate) and staff in establishing and developing effective student assessment procedures, documentation and portfolios.  Observe students’ learning and keep appropriate records of achievement for each student in class. Provide reports as necessary.
  • Create authentic partnerships with families and the school community by building positive links between yourself and parents of students in your care.
  • Guide, motivate and monitor classroom helpers in carrying out their tasks.
  • Provide pedagogical and other support for Assistant Teachers, if applicable.

 As a team member the Class/Subject Teacher will:

  • Collaborate with staff to plan, implement and evaluate. Continuously identify ways to and act to improve school systems and practices.
  • Offer and receive advice and guidance on issues which affect the whole school’s performance and ethos.
  • Take corporate responsibility for displays throughout the school.
  • Share management and delivery of assemblies.
  • Share your expertise.
  • Participate in appraisal procedures and in-service training that provide personal, professional and career development as well as add intrinsically to the school’s development.
  • Actively attend all team and staff meetings as called and appointed, regularly and from time to time.

As a professional educator the Class Teacher will:

  • Be familiar with and be guided by the school’s and IB’s documentation and policies.
  • Use the IB’s MyIB and other resources for professional development.
  • Share the school’s multi-cultural diversity and participate in activities designed to promote intercultural understanding and respect.
  • Teachers should not discuss with parents changing a child’s class placement or possible retention in a class for a further year, without prior consultation with the Principal. If necessary parents’ requests about such matters should be directed to the Principal in writing.
  • Respect and act in accordance with the fact that our school is a smoking-free environment.
  • Adhere to and respect the professional dress code as recorded in the Staff Handbook. 

Responsibilities:

  • Teaching Mandarin to children according to teaching requirements
  • Lesson plans preparation based on teaching goals and direction of Mandarin Coordinator
  • To be involved in the assessment of children in their care
  • To work alongside the International teacher to create an environment in which the children’s learning flourishes
  • To be responsible with the International teacher for the pastoral care of the children in their class and to be involved in the pastoral care of all children 
  • To maintain discipline in the manner agreed and set out in policy documents
  • To help to prepare Parents’ Meetings
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements:

  • Bachelor in English/Mandarin
  • Excellent in both Chinese and English
  • At least 3 years of mandarin teaching experience, IB teaching experience will be a plus
  • Good communication skills and team player.
  • Well patience
  • Self –motivated and well-organized
  • Quick learner, adaptable to quick changed environment

As Class Manager the Class/Subject Teacher will:

  • Respect and value each child’s social, cultural and religious background and, by example, exercise mutual respect and tolerance.
  • Share in the management of pastoral care, health, welfare and behavior of all students and in particular, those within your designated class group.
  • Undertake the teaching of a class in accordance with the school’s agreed policies and guidelines.
  • Use a variety of appropriate teaching methods to ensure high quality, inquiry-based learning occurs.
  • Acknowledge and respond to each learner’s potential and provide differentiated tasks.
  • Provide planning documents identifying specific learning objectives, special needs, extension and assessment, to the Academic Principal or other authorized officer (Curriculum Coordinator).
  • Keep their own Unit of Inquiry (UOI) or Subject planners and add to them as an ongoing task to Managebac, and for collection, if required, collation by Curriculum Coordinator.
  • Maintain professional dialogue with colleagues concerning the students, other colleagues and the school.  Treat all information with confidentiality.
  • Ensure the provision of equal opportunities for all.
  • Encourage students to take pride in their own environment and show respect and concern for others, to the benefit of the school as a caring community.
  • Be responsible for all aspects of classroom management; eg. care of equipment with resources well-labelled and accessible.  Maintain a tidy, well-organized room.
  • Create a stimulating and engaging learning environment based on creating resilient learners and promoting independent learning.
  • Collaborate with Academic Principal and Curriculum coordinators (or delegate) and staff in establishing and developing effective student assessment procedures, documentation and portfolios.  Observe students’ learning and keep appropriate records of achievement for each student in class. Provide reports as necessary.
  • Create authentic partnerships with families and the school community by building positive links between yourself and parents of students in your care.
  • Guide, motivate and monitor classroom helpers in carrying out their tasks.
  • Provide pedagogical and other support for Assistant Teachers, if applicable.

 As a team member the Class/Subject Teacher will:

  • Collaborate with staff to plan, implement and evaluate. Continuously identify ways to and act to improve school systems and practices.
  • Offer and receive advice and guidance on issues which affect the whole school’s performance and ethos.
  • Take corporate responsibility for displays throughout the school.
  • Share management and delivery of assemblies.
  • Share your expertise.
  • Participate in appraisal procedures and in-service training that provide personal, professional and career development as well as add intrinsically to the school’s development.
  • Actively attend all team and staff meetings as called and appointed, regularly and from time to time.

As a professional educator the Class Teacher will:

  • Be familiar with and be guided by the school’s and IB’s documentation and policies.
  • Use the IB’s MyIB and other resources for professional development.
  • Share the school’s multi-cultural diversity and participate in activities designed to promote intercultural understanding and respect.
  • Teachers should not discuss with parents changing a child’s class placement or possible retention in a class for a further year, without prior consultation with the Principal. If necessary parents’ requests about such matters should be directed to the Principal in writing.
  • Respect and act in accordance with the fact that our school is a smoking-free environment.
  • Adhere to and respect the professional dress code as recorded in the Staff Handbook. 

Boston International Pre-School Opening Positions

Please send your resume to BIPSjobs@bostonis.org with interested position. We will contact the appropriate candidate.

Invested by the same group, Boston International Pre-school (BIPS) is the sister school of Boston International School (BIS). It aims to provide high-quality international education to children aged 2-6. Boston International Pre-school owns a construction area of 15,000 square meters and an outdoor area of 6,200 square meters. It has a capacity of 28 classes and over 12 multifunctional classrooms. Locating right next to the Changguangxi National Wetland Park making it the first ‘Forest Kindergarten’ in Wuxi. We pay attention to cultivating children’s learner characteristics. Based on IB educational theories and inspired by the Italian Reggio education system, we introduce local culture and consolidate the best teaching practices in China and abroad to create our unique exploratory curriculum that integrates IB and Reggio education. The abundant IB resources from BIS guarantee the quality of IB curriculum implementation at BIPS and the continuous professional development for BIPS teachers.

职位描述:

  • 了解幼儿的发展历史,并能够通过平时对幼儿的观察设立课程。记录幼儿成长经历,填写家园联系手册;
  • 负责带领本班教室共同制定、贯彻班组工作计划和做好期末总结工作;
  • 负责协调班级管理,团结一致,做好本班工作;
  • 定期召开班会,与本班其他老师积极交流班上情况,沟通思想,研究工作,遇到问题协商解决;
  • 负责有计划的组织幼儿一日生活,发挥常规教育功能,培养其良好的行为习惯和各种能力;
  • 负责本班幼儿安全工作,定期检查班级各项工作及环境,及时消除隐患,避免发生安全问题;
  • 负责卫生保健制度的实施,使每学期卫生保健指标达标;
  • 负责班级家长工作,定期召开家长会,采取各种方式加强与家长之间的信息传递,指导家长科学育儿;
  • 负责班内固定资产及低值易耗品的保管,期末进行盘点,物品损坏及时登记汇报,检查勤俭节约。

岗位要求:

  • 三年及以上主班工作经验;学前教育专业毕业;有教师上岗资格证书;
  • 普通话二级甲等证书,英文可做日常交流;
  • 掌握幼儿心理学、教育学、卫生学等专业理论及幼儿园各科教学法,有较强的文字表达能力及与人沟通能力,具备弹、唱、跳、画、写等基本技能;
  • 热爱幼教事业,喜欢孩子,具有团队合作精神和认真负责的工作态度;
  • 形象气质良好。

 

职位描述:

  • 全英文教授2岁至6岁儿童;
  • 按照学校要求做好班级管理工作及教具制作、教室布置等工作;
  • 根据安排完成校内教学并适时根据需要与班级学生家长进行交流。

岗位要求:

  • 本科或以上学历,英语专业或者学前教育或者幼教相关专业优先;
  • 学英语六级或以上,有一定的听说读写能力,可与外籍教师交流;
  • 热爱教育行业,性格开朗、活泼,善于与小朋友沟通交流;
  • 有幼儿英语教学经验者,幼教资格证者优先;
  • 工作主动认真努力,有强烈的责任感。
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