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Travelling

An able and experienced educator is required for a long-term assignment starting September 2019. The role requires teaching two children, a girl (4) and her younger brother (almost 2) as the family travel from their base in England. It will suit an energetic, inspiring and knowledgeable Early Years teacher with an interest in a range of subjects including martial arts. The role is renewable on an annual basis on the agreement of both parties.

Florida

An able and experienced educator is required for a long-term assignment starting as soon as the ideal candidate has been identified. The initial term will be 12 months minimum, and may be extended annually, for several years, if all parties agree. The role involves tutoring two girls (11 and 5), together with some elements of PA-type work. It will suit an energetic, inspiring, child-friendly and knowledgeable educator with a practical, grounded outlook and a proactive approach to problem-solving, and someone comfortable with people from all social strata, someone who is in touch with nature and at ease in isolated locations.

The family have a number of homes and have recently settled in Florida to be near their maternal grandfather. They also maintain homes in central Florida and Maine. Life in each location has a very different feel and covers a wide range of circumstances from the highly affluent to the very basic. The Client’s best friends come from all walks of life and the girls have been raised to see richness not as measure of what can be attained or acquired materially but through neighbourliness, solidarity, hospitality and fellowship. The Tutor will need to as comfortable staying in a luxurious spa hotel as they are in a basic cabin away from major conurbations. Travel, volunteering, and a willingness to ‘muck in’, sometimes with underprivileged families, is a component of this role. For this family, the warmth of friendships, kindnesses and seeing the good in others is at its strongest in among their least affluent friends and this balance is at the core of what kind of family they are. The Tutor should be someone who only adds to this glow as part of their natural disposition.