Dutch Teacher for GWA Language Institute
Job description / Role
About the Role
GWA is looking for passionate teachers to work on a part-time basis for the Dutch Mother Tongue classes.
You will provide Dutch Mother tongue classes to students during their school day and occasionally after-school.
- Provide quality Dutch language classes following the expectation for each grade level.
- Provide detailed lesson plans.
- Report to the Director of GWA Language Institute.
The ideal candidate will have experience and a passion for teaching children.
You will also need to be well organised, have an appreciation of health & safety in the workplace, along with a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.
Candidate should be:
- Native speaker, fluent in spoken and written Dutch
- Available to work between 7:30 and 4:30.
- Candidates applying for this position must have experience of working in schools or institutes.
You will hold a Teaching, Education, or Dutch Literature degree/certificate. A minimum of two years' experience in a teaching and learning environment is required.
You will be knowledgeable about behavior management strategies and will be skilled in promoting good behavior and discipline.
You will be able to effectively communicate with students, parents, teachers and school leaders. You will be well-organised and willing to develop your skills to acquire further knowledge and to continuously improve in a professional teaching and learning environment.
About Your Benefits
We offer competitive hourly rate depending on experience. You must have a residence visa, which allows you to work in Dubai. We will provide you with a casual teacher's contract.
About the Company
GEMS Education is a pioneering education company with an international network of award winning K-12 schools. Over the past 55 years GEMS has grown from one school to being a truly global company with one incredible mission â€“ to make quality education available to every student. Over 20,000 education professionals unlock the potential of over 250,000 students across 14 countries each and every day, preparing children of all ages for real world success.