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Teacher of IBMYP Science / IBDP Biology – Starting Aug 2017

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Applications must be submitted online.
Closing date for applications is March 02, 2017.

Teacher of IBMYP Drama / IBDP Theatre – Starting Aug 2017

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Applications must be submitted online.
Closing date for applications is March 06, 2017.

Teacher of IBMYP / DP Maths & PHE

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Applications must be submitted online.
Closing date for applications is March 08, 2017.

Primary Classroom Teacher (Year 1)

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Applications must be submitted online.
Closing date for applications is March 10, 2017.

Head of Secondary School – Starting April/August 2017

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Applications must be submitted online.
Closing date for applications is March 2, 2017.

Main Accountabilities:

Leadership

  • Contributing to the College-wide Strategic Plan and implementing it in the MYP/DP
  • Developing a Secondary improvement plan with measurable success criteria which involves all necessary stakeholders
  • Keeping current with the latest world-wide educational research and best practice to inform and enrich the school’s growth
  • As members of the College leadership team/s, ensure the continuum (PYP, MYP & DP) is at the centre of strategic development and that all phase development is consistent with overall College aims and objectives
  • Support the development and implementation of the whole-College and phase strategic plans
  • Line management, including performance management, of 3 vice principals

Teaching and Learning

  • Add value to teaching and learning throughout the phases to ensure quality student outcomes
  • Monitor progress of the relevant IB programmes
  • Lead strategic curriculum meetings and oversee the implementation
  • Keep parents informed of strategic curriculum developments and address parents’ questions
  • Oversee, review and communicate student assessment, recording and reporting
  • Ensure effective integration of technology to accelerate and deepen learning and teaching
  • Using College-based and ESF-wide systems for tracking students’ performance to inform the teaching process

Building Relationships

  • Builds effective and diplomatic working relationships with all constituents of the College
  • Implements strategies to build the capacity of teacher leaders
  • Seeks opportunities to promote the College within the wider community
  • Supports community initiatives and attends school events.
  • Communicates effectively and regularly in a variety of ways – verbally, in writing, and through regular meetings with the Principal, staff, students and parents.
  • Develops advocacy and recognition for students and teachers.
  • Cooperates and works with relevant agencies to protect the welfare of children.
  • Deals with student and parent concerns in a diplomatic manner
  • Seeks 360 feedback on own performance and that of the phase to ensure continuous improvement.

Wellbeing and professional development

  • Working with faculty to create a strong curriculum framework with which to drive teaching and learning
  • Encouraging shared decision making and strengthening staff efficacy and performance through teamwork
  • Welcoming new teachers and assisting the Principal with orientation and induction
  • Ensuring that ongoing professional development is appropriate to the needs of the College
  • Assist the Principal in developing and implementing a staff development/appraisal system that supports both individual and College needs
  • Providing feedback on teaching and learning

Students

  • Monitoring student behaviour and, if necessary, meeting with students and/or their parents through a restorative approach
  • Working alongside the Admissions Office and teachers on the issue of beginning and leaving the College and the procedures that should accompany both of these events
  • Recognising and celebrating student learning at every opportunity.

Administration

The Head of Secondary will chair middle and senior leaders’ meetings. S/he will share in administration responsibilities that arise as result of consultation. The Head of Secondary will also organise the following administrative tasks:

  • Overseeing the Admissions process in collaboration with the Admissions Manager and the designated Vice Principal
  • Monitoring staffing needs, both academically and generally
  • Ensure timetable is produced
  • Working with the Principal in recruiting both teaching and non-teaching staff
  • Participating in Foundation events, community relations and developing links with other schools
  • Developing a budget based on programme needs in conjunction with the Principal and Business Manager and keeping a record of all budgeting and financial expenditure
  • Overseeing facilities, bringing any needs to the attention of the Business Manager and the Facilities Manager

Utilising Resources

  • Ensures the effective management of phase budgets ensuring achievement of agreed activities and objectives.
  • Show sound financial leadership in the management of phase budgets to ensure the achievement of agreed outcomes
  • Coaches and mentors employees to the highest standards using professional development opportunities to grow and develop individuals as appropriate.
  • Ensures effective orientation of new employees into the phase while fostering a sense of teamwork and collaboration.

Foundation-wide role

  • Playing an active role in policy development
  • Cooperating and collaborating with other senior managers to ensure consistent development and application of policies
  • Attending and contributing to the ESF Secondary Principals Committee
  • Participating fully in the review of the College’s performance
  • Actively looking for opportunities to share and grow across the Foundation

Other duties

  • Undertaking any other duties as required by the Principal or her/his representative

Minimum typical education:

  • Bachelor degree (postgraduate qualifications preferred)
  • Teaching Qualification
  • Evidence of higher study

Minimum typical experience:

  • Senior management experience in a similarly sized (Primary/Secondary or all-age) school
  • Experiences in a range of different schools, preferably in an overseas/international school or a school with a well developed international outlook

Core Professional / Technical Competencies required:

Abilities

  • Setting high expectations and fostering a culture of continuous improvement
  • Building a professional learning community
  • Building positive relationships with external stakeholders from different cultural backgrounds; and
  • Reflecting and evaluating when embedding change in a school context
  • Understanding of assessment for learning
  • Understanding of personalised learning
  • Proven ability to develop community and parent links
  • Proven ability to build a professional learning community

Knowledge

  • Have an understanding of leadership capabilities in a school context
  • Have sound understanding of the primary/secondary curriculum in an international setting for students of all abilities
  • Understand how students learn and in particular how to meet the needs of EAL and special needs students
  • Understand effectiveness in Performance Management and Development

Core / Transferable Competencies required:

  • Student focused
  • High standards
  • Empathetic and a good listener
  • Consultative management style
  • Visionary thinking
  • Effective communication to a variety of audiences
  • Interpersonal
  • Reflective and evaluative
  • Decision Making
  • Time Management
  • Good judgement in challenging situations
  • Creativity
  • Enthusiastic
  • Commitment
  • Adaptability
  • Problem solving
  • Community-minded

Development / Training to support role competencies:

Development activities

  • Evidence of having developed a range of senior leadership skills and experiences in current role and the ability to reflect and learn from them.
  • Evidence of training for a senior leadership position.

Relevant courses

  • Appropriate leadership development professional development relevant to the role.

Notes: Two Years Finite Contract

All teachers are expected to:

  • Contribute to the school extra curricular programme throughout the year
  • Participate in key school and PTA events on identified evenings and weekends

Assistant Officer – Facilities

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Applications must be submitted online.
Closing date for applications is February 25, 2017.

Workman 校工(具基本維修技能)

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Applications must be submitted online.
Closing date for applications is February 25, 2017.

Life Guard

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Applications must be submitted online.
Closing date for applications is February 26, 2017.