Dipont Education has a wide range of teaching jobs available in our independent schools. We have vacancies for experienced international educators in our expanding network of schools, including those in Hangzhou, Wuxi and Kunshan (Shanghai) in China.
Nanwai King's College School Wuxi
Nanwai King’s aims to create a learning community that integrates the best of international and Chinese education. The school strives to educate Chinese and international pupils aged 3 to 18 years old to be well-rounded, innovative and collaborative individuals.
RDFZ King's College School Hangzhou
RDFZ King’s staff are committed to creating an institution that is excellent in all respects, achieving the highest academic standards but also offering a wider education through sport, music and expressive arts.
Shanghai Huaer Collegiate School Kunshan
Huaer Collegiate embraces a blend of Chinese and American language and culture, recognizing that, together, a child’s social-emotional character and academic wellbeing empower them to achieve success in life.
Internationalized education in China
In partnership with exceptional schools, Dipont Education has created a new model for K-12 education in China.
By working with renowned international education institutions and highly regarded Chinese schools, we have established independent schools that provide an internationalized learning experience while maintaining the requirements of the Chinese curriculum.
Our schools educate Chinese and international pupils aged 3 to 18 to become innovative and collaborative individuals with a comprehensive worldview and the skills to make a contribution to society.
“As a leader, I am committed to making sure our school is full of teachers who have thought their potential experience through pedagogically. Our goal is to have foreign and Chinese teachers united in their shared philosophy, in a place that values their wellbeing as much as the children’s.”
“If you want to be part of something really dynamic, this is a school you will enjoy. Our kindergarten team has an impressive amount of energy and drive. Teaching teams are always working on something exciting, collaborating to improve what we have and start new initiatives.”