Pre-School Teacher

 

EtonHouse Pre-School@Thao Dien, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

We are welcoming educators that are passionate about teaching, working as a team and willing to experience a Reggio Inspired School for the 2018-2019 school year, commencing August 1st, 2018.

We are seeking candidates that are excellent communicators with children, parents and teaching partners and are fully engaged in the educational process of inquiry, observation and reflection. We value innovation, creativity and leading-edge thinkers.

EtonHouse, E-Maison International Preschool – Thao Dien takes into account each child and his or her unique developmental process and we practice an Inquire – Think – Learn Curriculum provided by EtonHouse Singapore and inspired by Reggio Emilia.

If you feel like you are up for the very rewarding challenge of teaching and learning in a Reggio Inspired School and can see yourself in an atmosphere of supportive continual growth, we welcome you to apply.

Housed in a colonial home in District 2, EtonHouse, E- Maison International Preschool, Thao Dien is a small new campus, a great place live and learn.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS

In addition to a BA, our Inquire-Think- Learn curriculum requires a strong child development background, and at least two years of Early Childhood experience:

  • knowledge in the Reggio Approach, Inquiry Play Base learning
  • excellent writing and speaking skills
  • ability and desire to think creatively about ideas and materials
  • strong collaborative skills
  • ability to multi-task
  • computer literacy
  • long term commitment
  • PASSION!

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

If interested, a personal cover letter must accompany your resume. Please write about why you think why EtonHouse, E-Maison International Pre-School Thao Dien would be a good fit for you. Please email: Ms Karen Kean – Principal – karen.kean@thaodien-etonhouse.vn

Please visit our website for more information: http://www.thaodien-etonhouse.vn/

 and https://www.facebook.com/etonhouse.thaodien/


This page was last edited on November 27, 2017