Head of Junior School Music (Yr 3-6)

Far East, China

Dulwich College - Shanghai Pudong

Dulwich College - Shanghai Pudong

Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong seeks a well-qualified, caring and inspiring Head of Junior School
Music (Year 3 – Year 6). Woodwind and/or Brass specialists are particularly welcome to apply.

This is a rewarding opportunity to be part of a strong and forward-looking team in one of Asia’s most
established and reputable international schools.

Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong is a high-performing, market-leading international school in one of
the most vibrant cities in the world. We were the first of the Dulwich College International family of
schools opening our doors in 2003. Since then we have grown to become the school of choice in the
city.

The College is academically selective with an ever-increasing roll which currently stands at 1,648. We
are a diverse and dynamic community with students joining us from over 40 countries across the world.
We pride ourselves in having a highly professional, committed and caring teaching community who
enjoy an engaging, rewarding and supportive school environment.

We are more than simply outstanding academic results. Our students excel in music, drama, sport and
the arts and they fully involve themselves in service to our local and global communities; service for us is
not something we do, but we who are. Our Values guide our students to be the very best people that
they can be: to be kind; to have integrity in their thoughts and actions; to take responsibility and have
respect for others and themselves, and finally to show courage and stand up for what they believe in.

Working within the highly prestigious Dulwich College International group allows staff and students tocollaborate closely with the other schools in the network. This encourages an international outlook and
creates an extended community where creativity is valued, and diversity is celebrated.

The successful candidate can expect a generous salary, and benefits including accommodation, medical
insurance, flights, and a highly sought after 100% tuition fees remission for up to two children. We
support staff with generous professional learning opportunities and exciting prospects for career
development.

The closing date is 24th January, but applications will be reviewed on receipt and we
reserve the right to make an early appointment. Interviews may take place in London, Shanghai and
online.

Please Note: Our College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all the students in
our care and expects all applicants to share this commitment. We follow safe recruitment practice, and
appointments are subject to an interview, satisfactory references as well as identity and criminal record
checks. All successful applicants must also be able to meet visa requirements to work in China,
including at least 2 years’ teaching experience.

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