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Looking for a foreign preschool teacher

💼 Victoria International Bilingual school system
📍Dong Nai, Vietnam
💰 Competitive Salary
Full-Time
International School
Housing Allowance
Medical Insurance
Paid Holidays
Job Description:

[Swanbay island, Nhon Trach district, Dong Nai province]
Victoria International Bilingual school system is looking for a foreign teacher as follows:
Working place: Victoria Preschool, Swanbay located at Swanbay island, Nhon Trach district, Dong Nai province
Teaching level: Preschool (2 – 5 years old)
Learning Program: Cambridge International Curriculum
Requirement: At least 2 years of working experience in bilingual schools, holding degree in education or relevant majors + PGCE/ QTS/ teaching license

Benefits: Supported Visa/ WP/TRC, Paid holidays, Housing allowance, Supported airline to home country, bonus and gifts for national holidays, public health and social insurance, private medical insurance, school fee discount for dependent children, laptop policy, professional development, lunch at school, outing trips, parties...

How to apply: Send your updated CV + related degrees and license/ certificates to recruitment@vsss.edu.vn
Please name your email title as follows: Swanbay – your name . For example: Swanbay - Tom Brown
Thank you



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👉 Apply Here: recruitment@vsss.edu.vn

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