The Pre-Preparatory seeks to fill the following position, commencing July 2018
GRADE R CLASS TEACHER
Candidates should meet the following requirements:
An appropriate qualification, preferably a 4 year teaching degree or diploma in Early Childhood Development
A minimum of 3 years previous teaching experience preferably in an Independent School environment
A caring, nurturing personality and a passion to work with young children
Be willing to embrace new and progressive teaching ideas
Willingness to work as part of a dynamic team & be committed to the ethos of the school
Willingness to get involved in the extra-curricular program of the entire school
Willingness to attend both personal and professional development programmes offered
Be able to subscribe to the Christian ethos of the School
Qualified candidates are requested to apply by emailing a letter of motivation to the Headmaster Mr Alex Hall, CV not exceeding three pages, certified copies of qualifications and SACE certificate, the contact details of three traceable referees and a clearance certificate in term of the Sexual Offenders Act to:
Admin Manager: Mrs Di van Heerden, at the email address below.
Please note that St George’s reserves the right not to make an appointment. Submission of an application does not in itself entitle the applicant to an interview. If no communication has been received within two weeks after the closing date, the application must be regarded as unsuccessful.
All applications will be handled in the strictest confidence.
St George’s Preparatory School is an equal opportunity employer
Walmer, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
St George’s Preparatory and Pre-Preparatory School is an independent, co-educational school situated in Park Drive, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Founded in 1936, the school caters for approximately 400 children from Grade 000 to Grade 7. St George’s provides a warm, caring environment that nurtures the complete person, enabling pupil to develop their full potential.
At the Pre-Preparatory, we ensure every child receives a creative, stimulating, child-centred experience of ‘learning through play’.