Thank you for your interest to be part of Stamfordian Family.

We have an opening for the following position:

Chinese Language (Mandarin) Teacher
Primary/Secondary/JC level

Main Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for managing and developing Primary or Secondary (preferred) level Chinese Language course.
  • Provide after-school remedial / learning activities for students.
  • Able to take the lead in organising Chinese cultural and other school activities.

Required Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor degree (or above) majoring in Chinese as a foreign language, Chinese language or Chinese literature.
  • A minimum of 5 (five) years of Chinese Language teaching experience.
  • Very fluent in spoken and written Chinese Language with basic English language ability.
  • Between the age of 27 to 50 years old.
  • Friendly, adaptable, cheerful, and love working with children/teenagers with a passion for teaching.

2. 对学生进行课后辅导。
3. 组织必要的中文文化活动。
1. 对外汉语、汉语言文学等中文系相关专业毕业。
2. 本科以上学历,有5年以上汉语教学经验。
3. 普通话标准流利,具有一定的英语能力。
4. 年龄在27岁-50岁之间。
5. 热爱教师职业,适应能力强。

Chinese Language (Mandarin) Teacher
Preschool level


  1. Minimum a Bachelor degree majoring in Preschool Education or Chinese-related majors such as Chinese as a foreign language;
  2. Have experience in teaching the Chinese language to children (a minimum of 5 years for expatriate).
  3. Fluent speaking and writing in Mandarin;
  4. Have a responsible, lively and cheerful personality.

1. 本科学历;
2. 学前教育专业或对外汉语等中文相关专业;
3.具 有5年幼儿华文教学经验;

Physics, Chemistry and Biology Teacher
Secondary level


  1. Minimum a bachelor degree majoring in the field of education or equivalent preferred and appropriate teaching credentials;
  2. Minimum of 5 years of teaching experience in reputed schools;
  3. Fluent in written and spoken English;
  4. Resilient, hardworking and able to work as part of a team.

Please send your CV to and we will contact you if you qualify for an interview.
Please write the position you wish to apply for in the subject line. We thank you once again for your interest to be part of Stamfordian Family.