Teach Engineering Technology at an international high school, initially to Grade 10 students;
Design teaching plans, and assign & correct homework according to curricular requirements;
Prepare and administer tests, quizzes, and other student assessments as needed;
Report student performance in a timely manner;
Provide needed guidance to students and parents.
Organize student activities;
Guide students throughout independent research projects.
Bachelor’s degree or above in a relevant major;
Working experience in K-12 school in China (preferred);
At least 2 years’ experience teaching Engineering Technology if the candidate does not have an advanced degree in the subject area;
Thorough understanding of Engineering Technology;
Good team player and solid communication skills;
Proficient at interactive teaching;
Native English speaker.
About Thomas School
The Ameson Education and Cultural Exchange Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organization committed to the promotion and implementation of programs which facilitate cultural exchange and educational cooperation throughout the world. Founded in New York in 1994, Ameson's headquarters is now located in the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C. Ameson maintains offices in Shanghai, Nanjing, as well as Beijing, China. Former Secretary General of the United Nations, Dr. Boutros Boutros-Ghali, is Ameson's honorary Chairman.