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シンガポールで幼稚園教諭・保育士求人 Japanese Preschool Teacher

Posted By: MBEarly

Date: Tue, 19 May 2020

Remuneration: $2,800.00

Mobile: +65 91766710

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最年少から年長までの4学年で5クラス(各学年1クラス)という少人数の幼稚園です。
特徴としましては、第二外国語習得に有効なイマージョン手法を取り入れており。
従いまして、教職員間の打ち合わせが英語と日本語の併用となります。
外国人先生と一緒に保育の仕事をやりながら英会話力を身につけることができます。


勤務地
3A International Business Park, Singapore 609935


募集職種
幼稚園教諭・保育士 :1名


応募資格・採用条件(学歴・経験等)
幼稚園教諭、保育士の有資格者
音楽・書道・美術・工芸
※実務経験優先


勤務条件
勤務:月曜日~金曜日 08:30~17:30 土日 08:00~13:00 (月 2回) 
休日: 日、祭日


待遇(給料・支給物等)
[社会保障]疾病入院保険
[休暇・休日]週休2日(土日)
有給病気休暇年間計14日
[昇進]あり
[昇給]年1回(12月)


応募方法
maplebearjurongibp@gmail.com


We are looking for a Preschool Teacher cum Japanese Parents' Liaison Executive to join us!


Full-time Preschool Teacher


- Native/Fluent in Japanese holding dependant pass





To apply:


Please send a resume via email at maplebearjurongibp@gmail.com





Experience:


Native/Fluent in Japanese, basic English is acceptable
Early Childhood Education: 1 year (Preferred)
Dependable -- more reliable than spontaneous
People-oriented - enjoys interacting with people and working on group projects
Creative mindset
Basic Arts and Craft, Calligraphy and Music is a plus



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