Leading High End Preschool Education

  北伦敦国际教育集团简介

  North London International Education

North London International Education Group is a subsidiary of Prosen Holding, focuses on early international education, founded jointly by the returnees of the famous British college, and is committed to offer high-end international preschool education to children aged 0 to 6. North London has several projects such as international preschool center, international kindergarten, international forest school and international training academy. So far, 5 high-end preschool education institutions have been laid out in Shenzhen. As the leading brand of high-end international preschool education in Shenzhen, North London will establish another 5 international kindergarten in Southern China in 2018 and plan to lay out in the other second-tier cities in 2019-2020, forming a one-stop international educational industry chain including international preschool centers, international kindergartens, international schools and overseas study.

Amazing career opportunities for Early Years Professionals

Prince William Preschool is recruiting for a superb EYFS Curriculum Manager to join their Kindergarten in Shenzhen, China.  Prince William Nursery School is a fast growing nursery group for children aged 0-6 years old and is based in the vibrant city of Shenzhen, just a short metro journey to Hong Kong, and filled with beaches, cultural activities and buildings, architecture, art and modern western living malls, bars and restaurants.

We are looking for a passionate, open minded, highly accomplished and experienced EYFS professional to join our multicultural team to deliver the EYFS curriculum. Ideally, you will have previous experience in UK nurseries in a similar position and 2 years post qualifying experience. We will also consider a very experienced level 3 candidate for the post.

If you are interested to work for us, please contact us on: pwhr@princeuk.org.

Work day: Monday-Friday

Work time: 8:30-18:00, 40h a week.

In return, we offer the following benefits:

* Above industry average salary;

* Housing allowance;

* Free meals on site;

* 23 days of annual leave;

* Employment visa to China;

* Round-the-clock assistance from English-speaking support staff;

* Free mandarin lessons (optional);

* Employee appreciation rewards;

* Teamwork loyalty scheme;

* Training and excellent career opportunities.

Position: EYFS Curriculum Manager

Job Descriptions:

  • To be responsible for the daily running and administration of the classes whilst ensuring high quality childcare and early year teaching for the children and adhering to School policies and procedures at all times.
  • Formulating overall aims and objectives for the school and policies for their implementation.
  • To agree key priorities for the kindergarten with the senior management team
  • Ensuring the good financial management of the school.
  • Working alongside members of staff to ensure high standard in operation of care.
  • Participating in the EYFS Curriculum staff training.
  • Stick to effectiveness of communication between H.R., nurseries, parents and carers.
  • Work with the H.R. department to plan with recruitment and to deliver appropriate training and development opportunities for staff.
  • Be very able to deal and integrate with parent issues and parents as partners.
  • Participate in monthly management meetings reporting on your kindergarten’s targets achieved.
  • Managing accommodation (e.g. classrooms) effectively to meet the needs of the curriculum and Health & Safety requirements.
  • Assuming responsibility for other legal matters in the day-to-day running of the school.
  • A native English speaker;

Requirements

  • Applicant must have knowledge of the British Early Years Foundation Stage with at least 5 years teaching experience.
  • British Nationality Applicants preferred.
  • Minimum 2 year’s Contract.
  • Must hold a minimum Level 3 NNEB, BTEC National or Level 4 Foundation Degree in Early Years Education.
  • With at least Bachelor degree and no criminal record.

Position: EYFS Curriculum Teacher

Job Descriptions:

  • To be responsible for the daily running and administration of the classes whilst ensuring high quality childcare and early year teaching for the children and adhering to School policies and procedures at all times.
  • Participating in the EYFS Curriculum.
  • To agree key priorities for the kindergarten with the senior management team
  • Creating planned activities to support children development and incorporating EYFS Curriculum into child play
  • Working alongside members of staff to ensure high standard in operation of care.
  • Offering all children equal opportunities with regard to their religious persuasion, racial origins, gender, disabilities, cultural or linguistic background.
  • Be very able to deal and integrate with parent issues and parents as partners.
  • Managing accommodation (e.g. classrooms) effectively to meet the needs of the curriculum and Health & Safety requirements.
  • A native English speaker;

Requirements:

  • Applicant must have knowledge of the British Early Years Foundation Stage with at least 2 years teaching experience.
  • British Nationality Applicants preferred.
  • Minimum 2 year’s Contract.
  • Must hold a minimum Level 3 NNEB, BTEC National or Level 4 Foundation Degree in Early Years Education;
  • With at least Bachelor degree and no criminal record.

Amazing career opportunities and unique life experience

Prince William Preschool is recruiting for a superb Forest School Leader to join their new Kindergarten in Shenzhen, China. Prince William Forest School is a fast growing forest school group for children aged 3-11 years old and is based in the vibrant city of Shenzhen, just a short metro journey to Hong Kong, and filled with beaches, cultural activities and buildings, architecture, art and modern western living malls, bars and restaurants.

We are looking for a passionate, open minded, highly accomplished and experienced Forest School Leader to join our multicultural team to deliver the Forest School curriculum. Ideally, you will have previous experience in UK settings in a similar position and two years post qualifying experience.

Work Demands

The Forest School Manager will need to demonstrate effective time and resource management to meet the planned needs of learners and any anticipated demands that might be reasonably foreseen. The post holder will need to be attentive to a planned timetable whilst retaining the flexibility to be accessible and available to meet learner needs.

Physical Demands

The work requires moderate levels of physical effort. It involves lifting and handling of training equipment, play equipment and other resources and to be involved in practical activities and physical care of learners and the physical woodland environment. The training for some levels is mainly out of doors and this will require walking and managing the training on uneven surfaces and in unpredictable weather conditions. You are required to be a role model for the staff and learners you work with, adhering to the Health & Safety procedures.

If you are interested to work for us, please contact us on: pwhr@princeuk.org.

Work day: Monday-Friday

Work time: 8:30-18:00, 40h a week.

In return, we offer the following benefits:

* Above industry average salary;

* Housing allowance;

* Free meals on site;

* 23 days of annual leave;

* Employment visa to China;

* Round-the-clock assistance from English-speaking support staff;

* Free mandarin lessons (optional);

* Employee appreciation rewards;

* Teamwork loyalty scheme;

* Training and excellent career opportunities.

Position: Forest School Manager

Job Descriptions:

  • To plan, prepare and deliver Forest School lessons, with liaison with the class teachers / leaders.
  • To be responsible for setting up the activities and getting ready the equipment and materials needed.
  • To maintain the materials, tools and equipment in a suitable state.
  • To prepare and keep up to date the relevant Risk Assessments. To make staff aware of the Risk Assessments.
  • To advise and support the school in maintaining the Forest School area in a suitable state, including any planting.
  • To advise the school on the necessary purchasing of any equipment, and to fill in the relevant order forms.
  • To help promote the Forest School.
  • To participate in annual performance appraisal and to agree with your Line Manager targets for the following year.
  • The post holder must carry out his/her duties with full regard to the School’s Health and Safety Procedures.
  • Undertake such additional responsibilities as required, which are commensurate with the grade and responsibilities of the post.

Requirements

  • Level 3 Forest Schools Practitioner.
  • Knowledge, understanding and practical experience of Forest School provision for young children.
  • Knowledge and practical understanding of child development.
  • Knowledge and understanding and practical experience of sustainable woodland management and education within the outdoor environment.
  • Knowledge and ability to create and implement policies and procedures consistent with legislation, regulations and local requirements.
  • Able to work independently and to manage own time efficiently.
  • Warm and caring personality – friendly and approachable to learners.
  • Ability to create and implement basic systems for learner records.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with staff at all levels.
  • Commitment to equal opportunities for all learners.
  • Understanding of the Forest School Ethos and be able to apply this throughout all working practice, both with pupils and staff.
  • Understanding of the Forest School Ethos and be able to apply this throughout all working practice, both with learners, staff and children.

Position: Forest School Teacher

Job Descriptions:

  • To be responsible for and to oversee the day to day delivery, with support of assistant staff, organisation and smooth running of the Forest Schools and other training provision allocated.
  • To promote the Forest School and Outdoor Learning ethos.
  • To be responsible at all times for high standards of care and education of all group members in accordance with Forest School procedures and other legislative statutory requirements.
  • To ensure effective communication with the training team, learners and with all partner organisations.
  • To order and maintain equipment and resources for the training.
  • To keep a register and up to date records of all learners using the training provision and to give regular feedback regarding development and progress.
  • To supervise, observe, mentor and support children from 3 years to 11 years old.
  • To keep records of mentoring and update them regularly.
  • The Forest School Practitioner will support the development of policies and procedures. This will require creative thought together with an informed understanding of statutory requirements and best practice for education and training.
  • The Forest School Practitioner must adhere to any relevant Policies about Keeping Children Safe, Equal Opportunities, Data Protection and Confidentiality.

Requirements:

  • Level 3 Forest Schools Practitioner
  • Knowledge, understanding and practical experience of Forest School provision for young children and youth.
  • Knowledge and practical understanding of child development and pedagogy.
  • Knowledge and understanding and practical experience of sustainable woodland management and education within the outdoor environment
  • Knowledge and ability to create and implement policies and procedures consistent with legislation, regulations and local requirements.
  • Able to work independently and to manage own time efficiently.
  • Warm and caring personality – friendly and approachable to learners.
  • Ability to create and implement basic systems for learner records and financial records.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with staff at all levels.
  • Commitment to equal opportunities for all learners.
  • Understanding of the Forest School Ethos and be able to apply this throughout all working practice, both with learners, staff and children.

Position: Drama Teacher

Job Descriptions:

  • To prepare classes carefully; strictly follow the curriculum and lesson plans.
  • To ensure high quality of class standards and achievements.
  • To improve teaching quality by creativity, good expression and appropriate new technologies.
  • To make detailed class feedback and student assessment in time.
  • To support and participate in brand/centre events.
  • To attend the teaching meeting on time.
  • To cooperate with other colleagues.
  • To undertake additional duties as required.
  • Follow company’s rules.

Requirements:

  • Native English Speakers.
  • Bachelor’s degree or above.
  • TEFL/TESOL/CELTA holders or certified teachers.
  • Drama background (theatre/acting experience) would be preferable.
  • NO criminal background.
  • Energetic, responsible and cooperative personality.
  • Pleasant tone, clear pronunciation, correct grammar and powerful voice.