Our kindergarten is designed to provide a secure, comfortable and stimulating environment for children from 2 to 6 years of age. A team of qualified and experienced staff offers warmth, care, and opportunities to learn so that the children can develop and grow in an ideal environment.
We are seeking qualified teachers who are able to work collaboratively with both Chinese and British staff to uphold our mission. Applicants should have a background of teaching, possess a record of professional development and teaching experience. In addition, candidates should be motivated, dedicated and have an affectionate personality towards children!
- Plan, evaluate, and deliver lessons
- Introduce children to the disciplines of mathematics, language, science, and social studies
- Use games, music, artwork, films, books, computers, and other tools to teach basic skills
- Cooperate with colleagues to plan and implement school activities both indoors and outdoors
- Be responsible for children’s daily learning and living at kindergarten and ensure their safety
- Write quarterly progress reports to record children’s development and communicate with parents on a regular basis
- Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related field
- Native English speaker
- Good reasoning skills and presentation skills
- Well organized and good team player
- Be able to relocate to Qingdao
Salary & Benefits
- We offer a competitive salary that is determined by an applicant’s degree, level of certification, and experience
- Commercial insurance
- Free company housing or housing allowance
- Flight reimbursement
- Visa reimbursement
- Meals during work hours
- The competitive salary according to your qualification and working experience.
For more information please quote reference number 87304 and send us your updated C.V. to our e-mail: email@example.com
Qingdao (青岛) City introduction:
You may not have heard of Qingdao before, but to Chinese people and westerners living in China, Qingdao is one of the most sought-after living destinations in the whole country. The mix of clean air, pristine beaches, a moderate climate, active expat community and its close proximity to Beijing and Shanghai make Qingdao a dream location for ‘foreigners’ living in China. Qingdao is a city with over eight million inhabitants, about 2.5 million of which live in the downtown area, and boasts the third busiest shipping port in Asia. However, with a unique history and mix of seaside chic and modern development – it is not your typical huge Chinese metropolis. Qingdao has its own unique flair: it was a German colony around the start of the 20th Century and there are still many European style buildings in the old part of Qingdao, however, this taste of the past is now contrasted with sleek glass skyscrapers which emphasise a growing cosmopolitanism. More detailed information on the city can be found here: QingdaoChinaGuide.com.
Sights and Activities: The beauty of living in Qingdao is that you can enjoy city life but with beautiful countryside and beaches on your doorstep. The picturesque old town of Qingdao can be found in the west of the city; German troops first landed here over 100 years ago on “Zhan Qiao Pier”, the old symbol of Qingdao which can also be found on the label of the famous Tsingtao beer. After building a handful of skyscrapers in the area, the government passed legislation designed to preserve its historic views and unique character for future generations.
There are several nice parks in the west of Qingdao which offer good views over the coastline and colonial buildings in the old town. At the opposite end of Qingdao in the east, the ‘Shi Lao Ren District’ is home to some Qingdao’s wealthier residents but also hosts the yearly Qingdao Beer Festival and the longest beach in Qingdao, which is perfect for swimming and beach sports in the summer. Qingdao is home to no less than 6 beaches, all with their own characteristics and charm.
Further to the east beyond Shi Lao Ren, the holy mountains of ‘Lao Shan’ loom in the distance. This area of mountain trails, waterfalls, Taoist temples and coastal views is easily within reach, being only a 30-minute taxi drive from the city. Sandwiched in-between the old town in the west and the mountains in the east, there are 2 modern city centres. The coastal ‘Shi Nan’ district is centred on a bay which has a beach at one end and the Olympic Sailing Centre (where you can do various water sports) at the other. This is where you will find most of Qingdao’s skyscraper office buildings, with modern department stores, cafes, clubs and bars. To the north of Shi Nan there is the Tai Dong district, which has a more typical ‘Chinese’ feel, with some of Qingdao’s cheapest and tastiest local restaurants, bustling day and night markets, a beer museum and shops selling virtually everything under the sun, from electronics to live animals!
Social Scene & Nightlife: A good website to check out to discover Qingdao’s social scene is www.qingdaonese.com. Also check out our blog for up to date information about what’s on in Qingdao and to see listings for Qingdao’s best cafes, bars and clubs. Qingdao’s social scene and nightlife is really starting to blossom, with regular gigs, themed nights organized by expats and many different karaoke and club nights in popular Chinese clubs. It’s also worth bearing in mind that a weekend in Beijing or Shanghai is an aspiration which is easy to achieve, with both cities having all the international events and nightlife you would associate with such international and multi-cultural cities.
In general, life in Qingdao is cheap and easy going. Qingdao has a good mix of foreign style conveniences so that you can buy all the things you are used to back home, but also tons of local places where you can eat, drink and buy daily necessities at a fraction of the cost of back home. It is very cheap to get around, with the bus only costing 1 RMB to most locations across the city and an average taxi ride costing 10 RMB. The language can be tricky, but it is not prohibitive. People are helpful and we will give you all the necessary things you need, plus you can book a package including Chinese classes, which significantly contribute to making your life easier in Qingdao!
One advantage of using an agency like Intern China is that we can help to ease you into life in China. We will pick you up from the airport, take you to your accommodation, introduce you to your internship company on the first day of work and help you find your feet with an orientation meeting in our office. We also organise regular events designed to bring you together with other interns from all over the world.