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    • malaysia, international
    • contract
    • teachanywhere
    Co-Curricular Programme Leader Near Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaStart Date: August 2022 School Curriculum: UK Region: Far East and South East Asia Experience Required: 5 yearsThe SchoolThis school opened its doors in September 2018 on a modern contemporary campus with green concepts in a healthy lifestyle community housing development area. It is designed, from inception, to meet the educational needs of 21st Century learners in the lush, spacious and conducive environment within the vicinity of Kota Kemuning, Selangor. The primary school (Key Stages 1 and 2) follows the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) using a thematic approach in teaching and learning activities. In the secondary school (Key Stage 3), the National Curriculum for England is taught that leads into the Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE).The Role & Expectations?Ensure that a well-planned calendar of activities for the full year is maintainedPlan all activities and programmes supported with a P&L forecast that is in line with yearly KPI targetsReview vendor proposals as and when necessary to ensure that programmes remain up to date, relevant and interesting for the students and the wider communityOrganise all CCA's, enrichment programmes and holiday programmes for the schoolEnsure best outcomes and uptake across all programmes and activities in line with the KPI targetsTrack and monitor all programmes & activities with regard to uptake and satisfaction ratings from attendeesEnsure the successful and smooth implementation of all programmes and activities throughout the yearEnsure all programmes and activities are clearly defined in the Marketing Calendar and discussed with the Marketing and Admissions team.Provide the necessary information to the Marketing team at least 1 month before the actual execution/implementation of the programme/activity, if collaterals are requiredEnsure that all content in the school Content Calendar pertaining to CCAs, enrichment programmes and holiday programmes are updated at least 1 month prior to execution/implementation, for maximum uptake and tractionReview the process from sign up to end of programme, on a regular basis and identify any occurring pain points with corresponding recommendations to replace them with delight pointsEnsure that all current parents'/students' concerns and/or issues pertaining to CCAs, enrichment programmes and/o holiday programmes are tracked and addressed or escalated to the Principal if required. Also be in charge of communicating follow up and updates to parents/students on the progress/resolution of their lodged concernsProvide above standard customer service across all touch points with students and their familiesQualificationsCandidates must possess at least a relevant Diploma/Bachelor's degree.Be a self-starter and a team player.Able to contribute to the wider School Community.Salary and BenefitsCompetitive salaryGenerous contributions to an Employee Provident Fund (EPF)Overseas allowanceFee reduction for children of employeesMedical insuranceFlight and shipping allowance at the beginning and end of the contract2 year contract
    Co-Curricular Programme Leader Near Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaStart Date: August 2022 School Curriculum: UK Region: Far East and South East Asia Experience Required: 5 yearsThe SchoolThis school opened its doors in September 2018 on a modern contemporary campus with green concepts in a healthy lifestyle community housing development area. It is designed, from inception, to meet the educational needs of 21st Century learners in the lush, spacious and conducive environment within the vicinity of Kota Kemuning, Selangor. The primary school (Key Stages 1 and 2) follows the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) using a thematic approach in teaching and learning activities. In the secondary school (Key Stage 3), the National Curriculum for England is taught that leads into the Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE).The Role & Expectations?Ensure that a well-planned calendar of activities for the full year is maintainedPlan all activities and programmes supported with a P&L forecast that is in line with yearly KPI targetsReview vendor proposals as and when necessary to ensure that programmes remain up to date, relevant and interesting for the students and the wider communityOrganise all CCA's, enrichment programmes and holiday programmes for the schoolEnsure best outcomes and uptake across all programmes and activities in line with the KPI targetsTrack and monitor all programmes & activities with regard to uptake and satisfaction ratings from attendeesEnsure the successful and smooth implementation of all programmes and activities throughout the yearEnsure all programmes and activities are clearly defined in the Marketing Calendar and discussed with the Marketing and Admissions team.Provide the necessary information to the Marketing team at least 1 month before the actual execution/implementation of the programme/activity, if collaterals are requiredEnsure that all content in the school Content Calendar pertaining to CCAs, enrichment programmes and holiday programmes are updated at least 1 month prior to execution/implementation, for maximum uptake and tractionReview the process from sign up to end of programme, on a regular basis and identify any occurring pain points with corresponding recommendations to replace them with delight pointsEnsure that all current parents'/students' concerns and/or issues pertaining to CCAs, enrichment programmes and/o holiday programmes are tracked and addressed or escalated to the Principal if required. Also be in charge of communicating follow up and updates to parents/students on the progress/resolution of their lodged concernsProvide above standard customer service across all touch points with students and their familiesQualificationsCandidates must possess at least a relevant Diploma/Bachelor's degree.Be a self-starter and a team player.Able to contribute to the wider School Community.Salary and BenefitsCompetitive salaryGenerous contributions to an Employee Provident Fund (EPF)Overseas allowanceFee reduction for children of employeesMedical insuranceFlight and shipping allowance at the beginning and end of the contract2 year contract
    • hong kong, international
    • contract
    • teachanywhere
    Head of Library and Information Services (P-12) Hong Kong Start Date: August 2022 Region: Far East and South East Asia School Curriculum: Australian NSW / IB Experience: 5+ yearsThe School Situated in Kowloon, this is a non-profit, coeducational day school for students from Reception to Year 12. Founded in 1995, the school now welcomes more than 1,100 students. Operating on an Australian school year (late January to mid-December), this is the only school in Hong Kong to utilise the Australian curriculum. Primary students study the Australian national curriculum and Years 7-10 students study the NSW curriculum, with school based examinations and assessments at the end of Year 10. The school offers senior secondary students (Year 11 and Year 12) the option to undertake either the NSW Higher School Certificate or the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBDP), creating a seamless transition to all universities in Australia and around the world. The school's wellbeing program complements the school's rigorous academic focus while enabling students to develop personality and character, celebrate excellence, develop confidence, and maintain genuine and meaningful friendships. The school is well resourced and housed in a purpose built campus, with air-conditioned classrooms, pool, gymnasiums and a playing field. An exciting program for students allows for overseas travel and community outreach.Living and Working in Hong Kong Hong Kong Island itself, with its world-famous skyline, is the canter of this archipelago set in the South China Sea, just off the mainland. Ancient and modern attractions are crammed into Hong Kong Island - Hong Kong Disneyland contrasts with museums displaying the fabulous artefacts of Imperial China, Buddhist temples, vast colonial buildings, and traditional markets. The city is famed for its seafood, Cantonese, and international cuisine, and its amazing shopping opportunities. Soaring Victoria Peak is still a favourite spot for its magnificent views across the iconic harbour to Kowloon.RequirementsPlease ask your Teachanywhere consultant for a copy of the full job description for this roleThe Head of Library and Information Services is a P-12 role and reports to the Head of Primary and Head of Secondary and works collaboratively with the School Executive Team. This is a people focused role requiring a leader to manage learning resources while keeping the Library users' needs in mind. The Head of Library and Information Services directly influences the quality of teaching and learning throughout the School. The Head of Library and Information Services manages the library and provides leadership and expertise in optimising student learning through the provision of outstanding access to educational resources and library services for the whole school community.Qualified practising teacher with high-level qualifications.Well developed leadership, people management and supervisory skills gained from a similar leadership or senior role within a school environment.Highly developed ICT skills and an ability to use technology as an integral part of teaching and learning.Understanding of, and expertise in, delivery of an outcomes-based curriculum.Effective communication skills with a wide range of groups and individuals, including colleagues, parents, students and members of the wider community.Knowledge and understanding of the curriculum for NSW Years 7-12 and IB Diploma for Years 7-12.Ability to work effectively as a member of small and large teams.Strong organisational and interpersonal skills.An excellent understanding of the role of a library and information services in a relevant, contemporary education for students.PackageSalary for teachers ranges from HK$542,000 to HK$939,000 (inclusive of housing allowance);A gratuity sum equivalent to 21% of the gross salary is paid at the end of each fixed-term contract, ranging from HK$109,387 to HK$189,629Teachers taking on positions of leadership are eligible for an additional monetary allowance and/or allocated time release, depending on the responsibilities being undertakenReimbursement for relocation costs of HK$25,000, more for families (if applying from outside of Hong Kong).Tuition fees will be discounted according to the following schedule: 65% for the first child, 75% for the second and subsequent children2 year contract
    Head of Library and Information Services (P-12) Hong Kong Start Date: August 2022 Region: Far East and South East Asia School Curriculum: Australian NSW / IB Experience: 5+ yearsThe School Situated in Kowloon, this is a non-profit, coeducational day school for students from Reception to Year 12. Founded in 1995, the school now welcomes more than 1,100 students. Operating on an Australian school year (late January to mid-December), this is the only school in Hong Kong to utilise the Australian curriculum. Primary students study the Australian national curriculum and Years 7-10 students study the NSW curriculum, with school based examinations and assessments at the end of Year 10. The school offers senior secondary students (Year 11 and Year 12) the option to undertake either the NSW Higher School Certificate or the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBDP), creating a seamless transition to all universities in Australia and around the world. The school's wellbeing program complements the school's rigorous academic focus while enabling students to develop personality and character, celebrate excellence, develop confidence, and maintain genuine and meaningful friendships. The school is well resourced and housed in a purpose built campus, with air-conditioned classrooms, pool, gymnasiums and a playing field. An exciting program for students allows for overseas travel and community outreach.Living and Working in Hong Kong Hong Kong Island itself, with its world-famous skyline, is the canter of this archipelago set in the South China Sea, just off the mainland. Ancient and modern attractions are crammed into Hong Kong Island - Hong Kong Disneyland contrasts with museums displaying the fabulous artefacts of Imperial China, Buddhist temples, vast colonial buildings, and traditional markets. The city is famed for its seafood, Cantonese, and international cuisine, and its amazing shopping opportunities. Soaring Victoria Peak is still a favourite spot for its magnificent views across the iconic harbour to Kowloon.RequirementsPlease ask your Teachanywhere consultant for a copy of the full job description for this roleThe Head of Library and Information Services is a P-12 role and reports to the Head of Primary and Head of Secondary and works collaboratively with the School Executive Team. This is a people focused role requiring a leader to manage learning resources while keeping the Library users' needs in mind. The Head of Library and Information Services directly influences the quality of teaching and learning throughout the School. The Head of Library and Information Services manages the library and provides leadership and expertise in optimising student learning through the provision of outstanding access to educational resources and library services for the whole school community.Qualified practising teacher with high-level qualifications.Well developed leadership, people management and supervisory skills gained from a similar leadership or senior role within a school environment.Highly developed ICT skills and an ability to use technology as an integral part of teaching and learning.Understanding of, and expertise in, delivery of an outcomes-based curriculum.Effective communication skills with a wide range of groups and individuals, including colleagues, parents, students and members of the wider community.Knowledge and understanding of the curriculum for NSW Years 7-12 and IB Diploma for Years 7-12.Ability to work effectively as a member of small and large teams.Strong organisational and interpersonal skills.An excellent understanding of the role of a library and information services in a relevant, contemporary education for students.PackageSalary for teachers ranges from HK$542,000 to HK$939,000 (inclusive of housing allowance);A gratuity sum equivalent to 21% of the gross salary is paid at the end of each fixed-term contract, ranging from HK$109,387 to HK$189,629Teachers taking on positions of leadership are eligible for an additional monetary allowance and/or allocated time release, depending on the responsibilities being undertakenReimbursement for relocation costs of HK$25,000, more for families (if applying from outside of Hong Kong).Tuition fees will be discounted according to the following schedule: 65% for the first child, 75% for the second and subsequent children2 year contract
    • shanghai, international
    • contract
    • teachanywhere
    Head of Libraries Dulwich College Shanghai PuxiStart date: August 2022 Region: Far East and South East Asia School Curriculum: UK to IBDP Age of Students: from 2 - 18yrs Minimum Experience: 2+ yearsDulwich College InternationalTeachanywhere is delighted to once again be supporting Dulwich College International with their recruitment campaign for educators for the next academic year. Dulwich College International is a global family of schools providing a dynamic and innovative international curriculum, world-class facilities and an outstanding faculty from around the world.The group was founded in partnership with Dulwich College, a leading independent school in the UK. Since Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong opened its doors in 2003,enrolment at Dulwich College International schools has grown to over 10,000 students hailing from more than 60 countries. The group now comprises ten schools in seven cities across Asia and three sister schools, Dehong International Chinese Schools, in Shanghai, Beijing and Xi'an.To find out more and to view vacancies across the Dulwich College group, please click hereDulwich College Shanghai PuxiSet in a stunning green campus, Dulwich College Shanghai Puxi is a purpose-built international school with exceptional facilities. The college is proud to serve a diverse community, which reflects its cosmopolitan Asian setting in Shanghai. The language of instruction is English although the majority of students are second language learners. The College opened in 2016 and is growing year on year both in terms of age of students and enrolment. Students follow an enhanced UK Curriculum leading to IGCSEs followed by the IB Diploma.The school emphasises the development of the whole child. Participation in sports and the arts, alongside a dedication to community service are an integral part of education. The campus boasts world-class facilities, including an 8-lane, 50 metre Olympic standard swimming pool, a 540 seat theatre, a 3-court gym, a fitness studio, a dance studio, a full-size outdoor football/rugby pitch, a video production suite with green room and two black box theatres.Living and Working in ShanghaiFrom the futuristic skyline of Pudong to the traditional pavilions in the sprawling Yu Gardens, China's most westernised city is a thriving metropolis with a close-knit expatriate community. Its unique architectural heritage includes the world's second-tallest tower and classical art deco buildings. Located in the Yangtze River delta, the city offers burgeoning culinary and vibrant music scenes. Culturally diverse and full of life, you will never want for things to do. It also makes a fantastic springboard for exploring the rest of Asia with a large international airport that offers an array of destinations.School Requirements2+ years of post-qualification experienceProvide leadership, co-ordination and guidance across the Libraries (Ducks/Junior/Senior schools)Lead the production of short and long-term strategic plans for the Libraries in conjunction with the other College librariansDevelop and implement Library policies and procedures (collection development policy, including challenged materials procedure, library handbooks, cataloguing policies)Management of the budget for all three LibrariesPrior international teaching experience is desirable.You will be excited about working in a dynamic, diverse community spanning many cultures and languages.You should have a degree related to your subjectYou should be a qualified teacherYou believe in embracing opportunities, being open-minded, and continuously reflecting, learning, and growing in your professionSalary and BenefitsThis school's group is renowned for its excellent benefits package including:Excellent monthly salaryAccommodation provided in the Minhang area (12kms from the College).Annual airfare allowanceComprehensive International Health InsuranceShipping allowance (in and out bound)Extensive professional development opportunities3 year contract
    Head of Libraries Dulwich College Shanghai PuxiStart date: August 2022 Region: Far East and South East Asia School Curriculum: UK to IBDP Age of Students: from 2 - 18yrs Minimum Experience: 2+ yearsDulwich College InternationalTeachanywhere is delighted to once again be supporting Dulwich College International with their recruitment campaign for educators for the next academic year. Dulwich College International is a global family of schools providing a dynamic and innovative international curriculum, world-class facilities and an outstanding faculty from around the world.The group was founded in partnership with Dulwich College, a leading independent school in the UK. Since Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong opened its doors in 2003,enrolment at Dulwich College International schools has grown to over 10,000 students hailing from more than 60 countries. The group now comprises ten schools in seven cities across Asia and three sister schools, Dehong International Chinese Schools, in Shanghai, Beijing and Xi'an.To find out more and to view vacancies across the Dulwich College group, please click hereDulwich College Shanghai PuxiSet in a stunning green campus, Dulwich College Shanghai Puxi is a purpose-built international school with exceptional facilities. The college is proud to serve a diverse community, which reflects its cosmopolitan Asian setting in Shanghai. The language of instruction is English although the majority of students are second language learners. The College opened in 2016 and is growing year on year both in terms of age of students and enrolment. Students follow an enhanced UK Curriculum leading to IGCSEs followed by the IB Diploma.The school emphasises the development of the whole child. Participation in sports and the arts, alongside a dedication to community service are an integral part of education. The campus boasts world-class facilities, including an 8-lane, 50 metre Olympic standard swimming pool, a 540 seat theatre, a 3-court gym, a fitness studio, a dance studio, a full-size outdoor football/rugby pitch, a video production suite with green room and two black box theatres.Living and Working in ShanghaiFrom the futuristic skyline of Pudong to the traditional pavilions in the sprawling Yu Gardens, China's most westernised city is a thriving metropolis with a close-knit expatriate community. Its unique architectural heritage includes the world's second-tallest tower and classical art deco buildings. Located in the Yangtze River delta, the city offers burgeoning culinary and vibrant music scenes. Culturally diverse and full of life, you will never want for things to do. It also makes a fantastic springboard for exploring the rest of Asia with a large international airport that offers an array of destinations.School Requirements2+ years of post-qualification experienceProvide leadership, co-ordination and guidance across the Libraries (Ducks/Junior/Senior schools)Lead the production of short and long-term strategic plans for the Libraries in conjunction with the other College librariansDevelop and implement Library policies and procedures (collection development policy, including challenged materials procedure, library handbooks, cataloguing policies)Management of the budget for all three LibrariesPrior international teaching experience is desirable.You will be excited about working in a dynamic, diverse community spanning many cultures and languages.You should have a degree related to your subjectYou should be a qualified teacherYou believe in embracing opportunities, being open-minded, and continuously reflecting, learning, and growing in your professionSalary and BenefitsThis school's group is renowned for its excellent benefits package including:Excellent monthly salaryAccommodation provided in the Minhang area (12kms from the College).Annual airfare allowanceComprehensive International Health InsuranceShipping allowance (in and out bound)Extensive professional development opportunities3 year contract

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