Diakonie de La Tour

English Native Speaker for Montessori primary school (m/f/d)

ab sofort
Klagenfurt, Kärnten
18,5 Wochenstunden

Diakonie de La Tour is one of the largest social welfare organisations in the south of Austria with about 2.000 employees. One of its many facilities is the „Lernraum“, a primary school located in Klagenfurt that hosts up to seventy children and offers bilingual education for grades 1-4.

Our bilingual primary school is based on Montessori principles and supports students’ individual talents and interests. Our approach recognizes that students come to school with different levels of knowledge and skills, and that they have individual learning styles and paces.

Project-based learning and a broad spectrum of activities allow students to deepen their knowledge and train their independent critical thinking skills. Students are exposed to a variety of methods that encourage them to expand and actively shape their knowledge base.

Bilingual, differentiated, individual – A unique school experience

Your Profile:

  • You are an English native speaker with German language skills (min.level A2) and (in best case) with a teaching diploma

  • OR You are a non-native but fluent English speaker with a teaching diploma

  • You would like to teach and take care of children

  • You know about or like to learn about Montessori pedagogics

We offer you

a long-term employment contract with a monthly wage as per collective agreement (Kollektivvertrag der Diakonie Österreich) starting from € 2.441,20, based on a full time employment (37 hours/week). We have planned a smooth transition from our existing Native Speaker, so that you can start with a lower number of hours as soon as possible. Beginning with the next schoolyear (2022/23) you will reach your full employment status of 18,5 hours/week.

If you are interested - please apply online!

Mag.a Claudia Peters
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Die Diakonie de La Tour ist mit 2.000 Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern in rund 90 Einrichtungen in Kärnten, Osttirol und der Steiermark eine der größten Sozial-, Gesundheits- und Bildungsorganisationen im Süden Österreichs. Mehr als 11.000 Menschen werden jährlich stationär und mobil von uns betreut, darunter Kinder und Jugendliche in schwierigen Lebenssituationen, Menschen mit Behinderungen und mit Assistenzbedarf, Kinder, Schülerinnen und Schüler, Menschen mit Erkrankungen und Suchtproblematiken, Menschen im Alter sowie Menschen auf der Flucht. Wir leben soziales Engagement, orientiert an den christlichen Werten, seit über 145 Jahren.