Italian Education and Teaching Assistant in Genoa School

  • Education / teaching
  • Genoa, Italy
  • March 21, 2024 02:26
  • Internship

Job Description

  • Date Posted:

    Mar 21, 2024
  • Expiration date:

    May 21, 2024
  • Location:

    Genoa, Italy
  • Hours:

    20h / week
  • Salary:

    0€ - 100€

Job Description

Job Vacancy: Education/Teaching Assistant in Genoa, Italy

School Description:

Our vibrant, multicultural school community is situated in the heart of Genoa. We believe in providing quality education, teaching critical thinking and culture of collaboration. Our classes are small, creating a better learning environment for students and giving our educators the ability to focus more on individual development. The school is equipped with modern facilities and adopts innovative approaches to teaching and learning.

About Genoa:

Genoa, a port city in northwest Italy, is a vibrant, historic place featuring incredible architecture, traditional Italian food, and idyllic landscapes. Living in Genoa means immersing yourself in true Italian culture with access to beautiful beaches, a bustling city-life, and ski resorts just a few hours away.

Role Responsibilities:

Provide all necessary support to assigned students throughout the school day, both academically and emotionally.
Assist with preparing the classroom before lesson, including setting up equipment, preparing resources, and tidying up after lessons.
Monitor and track student’s progress, reporting back to the class teacher as necessary.
Follow school policies and procedures, with particular attention to safeguarding and child protection practices.
Work collaboratively with teachers to implement the curriculum and contribute to lesson planning.

Job Requirements:

Must have a minimum of a high school diploma; a degree in education or a relevant field is a plus.
Must have at least one year’s experience working with children in an educational setting.
Must possess strong verbal and written communication skills in English and Italian, additional language skills a plus.
Competent in basic computer skills and ability to quickly learn new software systems.

Personal Requirements:

A clear and genuine passion for working with children, and the ability to build strong relationships with students and control classroom dynamics.
Excellent team player with strong interpersonal skills, and the ability to work collaboratively with teachers and other staff members.
Patience, flexibility, and resilience are a must, along with creativity and the ability to motivate students to participate in learning activities.