Primary school teacher (m/f/d)* German for the International DAI School The German-American Institute (DAI) Heidelberg is an internationally oriented cultural institution that has also been active in the field of international education for one and a half decades. After founding three very successful international kindergartens, the DAI has now opened a bilingual elementary school for the school year 2021/22. For this school we are looking for with immediate effect a committed and qualified Primary school teacher (m/f/d)* for the subject German (half-time / 14 hours) Your profile & your tasks Teaching qualification for primary school incl. 2nd state examination Great interest in the development and implementation of new pedagogical concepts, great commitment & team spirit Passion for fostering children’s curiosity and learning, including your own Enjoyment of working with children Interest in an innovative learning environment and a pedagogical concept that focuses on bilingual teaching, consistently project-oriented learning and the “Deeper Learning” method Our offer Participation in a new venture that wants to bring movement into the German educational landscape! the chance to participate in shaping the lessons as well as to take responsibility for the subject matter small classes that allow for the advancement of each individual modern equipment of the classrooms an open and cordial working atmosphere as well as close cooperation in our international team of teachers adequate remuneration plus “fringe benefits” (e.g. a place in the International Kindergarten, if required) Have we aroused your interest? We look forward to receiving your application (curriculum vitae with photo, certificates, proof of employment) please only by e-mail. Contact person: Heidelberg New School of Life gGmbH c/o DAI Heidelberg z. Attn: Ingrid Stolz Sofienstr. 12 69115 Heidelberg E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Further information about our school can be found on the Internet at 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.