Job: Librarian

4/16/15 –  Librarian
Ameson Education & Culture Exchange Foundation, Shanghai, China

Sarah P’s comments:  This position was originally posted on on 4/16/15 and has just been re-advertised.  I do not know anything about this organization however it is an opportunity for someone who does not have an MLIS which is rare in the international world.  You can submit a resume by joining Teachers-Teachers which is free (but tedious to complete a profile) however they also say to contact the Assistant Director, Rosalind Reischer. (The link takes you to a form you can fill in. I would contact asking how to submit a resume.)

Job Title Librarian in Shanghai
Employer Ameson Education & Culture Exchange Foundation
Location No. 77 Beijing Road Education Scientific Research Building   map
Nanjing, Jiangsu, China 210013
(Suburban, Urban)
# Open Positions 1
Job Type Full-time
Employment Start Date Upcoming School Year
Job Description We are currently looking for librarians to fill positions at one of our partner schools in Shanghai. Responsibilities include monitoring the library program, and using available tools to motivate students to use the library’s resources.Requirements:
1) Strong education background (minimum BA degree, as well as TEFL or CELTA certification)
2) Two years of working experience in access, instruction and/or reference services
3) Native level English
4) Demonstrated excellent interpersonal oral and written English language skills
5) Strong analytic and problem solving skills
6) Strong customer service skillsPerks:
Assistance in obtaining a Chinese working visa
Take advantage of school breaks to travel
Help with learning Chinese
Free furnished Western-style apartment (or housing allowance) and international airfare allowance
Competitive salary commensurate with experience and education
Job Qualifications Bachelors degree, TEFL or CELTA certification preferred
Must be willing to relocate to China
Rosalind Reischer,
Application Deadline Open Until Filled


About the Ameson Foundation:

Mission Statement  – to provide top Chinese high school students with an American quality education using AP courses, while preparing them to attend a top U.S. universities.

Description – founded in 2008, the American High School (+AP) Program (AHSP) was created to offer an internationally competitive alternative to the traditional Chinese curriculum, using an American high school curriculum with AP classes in an all-English environment. The program brings American teaching methods and educational technology into China via niche magnet school programs embedded within some of the most prestigious public high schools in China. The success of AHSP graduates is reflected by their SAT scores and acceptance rates at top universities: 80% of AHSP graduates have been admitted to one of America‘s top 50 universities, and nearly 100% to top 100 universities. AHSP currently offers the Common Core curriculum and 13 AP classes, including Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Statistics, Physics C (divided into Electricity & Magnetism and Mechanics), Macroeconomics, Micro-economics, United States History, Chemistry, Biology, Psychology, Human Geography, and English Language and Composition.


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