Primary school teachers who can open up a world of opportunities for children, are flexible and enjoy the challenge of fully developing their potential will fit in well with ESF's requirements.
The school is hiring 22 primary school teachers for the 2012 academic year starting in August, to complete the required 300 teaching staff for their nine primary schools and primary school departments within two private independent schools.
"ESF teachers are team players who can collaborate with colleagues and contribute to their school. They have excellent communication skills, they can relate to a student, on the one hand, and interact with parents, on the other hand. ESF teachers typically have rich teaching experiences," says Charles Caldwell, ESF's human resources director.
According to Education Department requirements, teachers need to have a university degree, a recogn