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Huaer Zizhu Academy

High School AP English Teacher

¥20K-30K/month Shanghai, China 1 position available Starting date in 2023-10-30

About The School

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Job Description

Huaer Zizhu Academy(HZA) is a boarding school established in 2017.
HZA is authorized by Cambridge Assessment International Education, Oxford
International AQA, Pearson and International Baccalaureate Organization. HZA
provides a variety of curriculum including IGCSE, A Level, IB and AP for students. We
have strict admission requirements for English and Mathematics, and provide an
immersive teaching environment in English. Our school employs staff from various
culture who graduated from top universities worldwide. In the three years since our
inaugural year, we are pleased to report sustained progress each year. With the strong
support and funding from Zizhu and Minhang government, HZA has fully established
approvals and appropriate relationships with the Shanghai Education Bureau.
Another 3-year AP programme is cooperated by Huaer Zizhu Academy and Fairmont
International School in California. The students in AP programme will spend their first
two years in HZA and the last year in Fairmont which is accredited by WASC (Western
Association of Schools and Colleges).
With a current student body of more than 950, and an ethnically diverse teaching
faculty of more than 150, HZA maintains a student-teacher ratio at around 6:1. All of
our students are Chinese, with a few are foreign passport holders. We are expecting to
steadily grow into a school with the size of 1500 students in the near future.
The Role
The English Teacher will be part of a team of specialist subject teachers, responsible
for contributing to the development of the subject at all levels throughout the school.
He/she needs to possess good organizational skills and also be an enthusiastic,
energetic and innovative teacher, committed to flexible and varied styles of teaching
in sympathy with the aims and objective of the school.
Main duties and responsibilities include:
Being actively involved in reviewing curriculum needs, attending regular subject
meetings at which curriculum planning, student progress and teaching and learning
needs are discussed and good practice shared;
thorough planning, preparation and clear presentation of lessons;
initiating, facilitating and moderating classroom discussions;
evaluating and grading course work, giving appropriate feedback and maintaining
records of students' progress and development;
selecting and using a range of different learning resources and equipment;
preparing students for qualifications, including external examinations and university
entry papers as required;
managing student behaviour in the classroom and on school premises;participating in regular departmental meetings, teacher professional development
sessions, observation and professional review process in order to maximize the quality
of teaching;
using the school database effectively;
writing regular, informative and individual reports on students;
taking part in school open days and student recruitment activities organized by the
school and interviewing potential students;
complying with policies and procedures, including those relating to Safeguarding and
Child Protection, Health and Safety, Welfare, Smoking in the Workplace, Security,
Confidentiality and Data Protection, and reporting any concerns.
Hours of Work
Teachers are expected to deliver average maximum 24 Periods per week, 45 minutes
each Period. Normal working hours are expected to be 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday
to Friday, early release on Friday at 4:00 p.m. If a teacher is required to deliver Period
1, he/she needs to arrive at school at 7:40 am


Minimum Bachelor’s Degree
A recognized teaching qualification for the required age range (e.g. B.Ed., Trinity Cert
English native speaker;
Minimum five years’ English teaching experience and the capability of teaching
English to all age groups 14-18;
Ability to communicate with students, colleagues and parents, and to build strong
relationships with all members of the school community;
Ability to work collaboratively;
Familiarity with various teaching resources including, where appropriate, digital tools
to support and enhance teaching and learning;
Sensitivity to the cultural differences found in China and the willingness to develop
and maintain a cross cultural approach to work;
A willingness and commitment to contribute fully to the life of the pupils and school
beyond the academic day, including active participation in the academic enrichment
and co-curricular programmes;
Experience teaching, or a good working knowledge of, English IGCSE/A Level is


Negotiable(Depends on candidates' qualification and experience)

Post date: 2023-08-30
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