Human Resources at Neev is committed to creating a practice that focuses on the needs of the child, where every Employee maintains a child-centric outlook through their work, their disposition and their interaction with others. We are committed to teamwork, collaboration and a drive to excel, where every employee develops a growth mindset, where learning has no boundaries and where failure is seen as a stepping stone to success and a reason for perseverance. We strive to foster an environment where leaders support their team in defining short term and long-term goals. Passion and hard-work are what enables us to respond to every challenge.
At Neev, Employees are rewarded for their long-term commitment, their work ethic and ability to treat everyone with respect.
A Teacher’s role at Neev is to promote and nurture the education of young students by planning and tailoring courses of study while providing a safe and stimulating classroom environment that is conducive to learning. Teachers at Neev need to partner with parents, trainers and the Non-teaching staff to ensure the holistic development of the child.
Neev is looking for teachers who are child-centric and passionate about teaching. They should have a drive towards excellence and a desire to learn and adopt effective teaching strategies while bringing creativity into the learning space.
Job Title: EY Teacher
Location: Bangalore, India (Whitefield/Indiranagar/Queen’s Road/Koramangala/Sadashivnagar)
Qualification: Degree in any discipline and Diploma in teaching / B.Ed.
Preferable work experience: Minimum 1-year’ experience
Educate students by planning and developing courses of study according to Neev Academy curriculum guidelines and school requirements.
Tailor and differentiate courses of study and lessons to meet the individual needs of student’s levels of academic ability and previous achievement.
Develop and present lesson plans by using a variety of teaching models and techniques.
Planning the indoor and outdoor environment in order to provide a positive, creative and stimulating context for learning and teaching.
Preparation of resources to support delivery of the curriculum indoors and outdoors.
Observe, monitor and assess students on-going progress. Prepare assignments and tests for in-school assessment and homework.
Maintain good disciplinary order in the classroom.
Maintain safe, secure, and healthy educational environment.
Undertake pastoral duties, such as supporting pupils on an individual basis through academic or personal difficulties;
Keep parents informed of children’s progress by maintaining records of academic performance, attendance, and participation; reporting on all elements of student development at parent-teacher conferences, both regularly scheduled and as-needed.
Provide student support services, such as additional study periods, student clubs and activities, trips.
Update job knowledge by attending faculty meetings; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
All applicants must have a teaching qualification from any Early Years teaching training institute.
Experience is preferred, not mandatory
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