French Language Teacher
My Little Island School
Malang (Jawa Timur) – Lembah Dieng
Candidate must possess at least Bachelor’s Degree in any field.
At least 2 Year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
Required Skill(s): French Language
Preferably Staff (non-management & non-supervisor) specialized in Education or equivalent.
Minimum of Tertiary Degree (Bachelor, Master or Doctoral), majoring in Education or in the subjects to be taught or related to positions applied
Minimum 2 years’ experience in teaching young learners which focuses specifically on teaching children aged 12-18
A high proficiency in the use of French & English Language fit to the delivery language
Being equipped with teaching skills including classroom management, course and lesson planning, subject knowledge, understanding the learners and learning technologies and the use of assessment for learning’s tools, matching learning to individual needs
An up-to-date knowledge and practice of teaching techniques and methodologies with a flexible and adaptable teaching style
Having a friendly and confident manner with creative skills and ideas for planning practical and interesting lessons
The ability to work under pressure
My Little Island School (MLI) is a dynamic trilingual school offering an international curriculum. We are committed to Total Quality.
We exist to give students access to a holistic education because every child matters and every child has untold potential to discover and maximise. We emphasise quality at all levels: quality staff and quality education, together with quality facilities and infrastructure, resulting in quality students.
MLI began the first year of operation in 2001. MLI’s doors are open to students who wish to explore learning beyond the conventional in a global context.
We value collaborative learning, positive relationships and building capacity amongst our students to effectively allow them to engage in the world of the future, where problem solving, evaluating, working in teams, communicating, creating and innovating are not only valued concepts, but expected skills, attributes and capabilities.