Job advertisement: Educator (f/m/d)* for the crèche of the International Kindergartens of the DAI The German-American Institute (DAI) Heidelberg is a non-profit cultural institution that provides information about social, political and cultural events on both sides of the Atlantic. In addition to a comprehensive program – consisting of individual lectures, lecture series, seminars, discussions in both German and English, concerts, films and exhibitions – the DAI offers a wide range of educational opportunities, including a language school, a public English-language library, a language support project for children and young people, and several international kindergartens. For the crèche of our International Kindergartens we are looking for educators (f/m/d)* and assistants. Your profile: Training as a state-certified educator, studies in social pedagogy or similar educational background. Experience in working with children English at a native or very high level Interest in other cultures Exemplary police clearance certificate … and above all: You love children and are patient and friendly in dealing with them. You believe in the importance of learning and teaching, see yourself as a companion to children in their learning process and believe in the importance of encouraging early childhood curiosity. We offer: A full-time, permanent position of 39.5 hours per week, including 6 hours of preparation and team meeting time. Work in very small groups with an assistant working alongside the educators A friendly working atmosphere in an international team Payment and vacation time according to TvöD “Fringe benefits”: free use of the DAI cultural program, the English-language library and partial free use of the language course program. Have we aroused your interest? We look forward to receiving your informative application (curriculum vitae with photo, references, salary expectations, possible starting date), preferably in digital form. Contact person: Ingrid Stolz Sofienstraße 12 69115 Heidelberg E-Mail: email@example.com www.dai-heidelberg.de For reasons of readability, the masculine form has been chosen in the text; nevertheless, the information refers to members of all genders.