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Published: Nov 25, 2021 (13 days ago)

Job Requirements

Education:

Bachelor's degree

Work experience:

3 years

Language skills:

English

Job Summary

Contract Type:

Full time

Reports to Head of Department/Level Head:


The class teacher has a critical role to play in the development of the cognitive, motor, psychomotor and affective domains of a child as well as the development of the school. He/she is always in daily contact with the students in the class and plays a denominator part in fostering and bolstering positive approaches to work, to the school and in the community as a whole. The role of the class teacher is instrumental in setting the momentum for the day ahead and ensuring a serene, focused, disciplined and harmonious approach.

The successful profile and qualifications

Pursuing the GISU Guiding Statements requires a commitment from our staff members to the following values; an international and cultural understanding, personal responsibility and integrity, mutual responsibility and respect.


Qualifications

  • Outstanding practitioner with at least three years of relevant full – time teaching experience.

  • A relevant Bachelor’s Degree is desired in the different disciplines.

  • An International/National Teaching Qualification or other equivalent Teaching Qualification(s).

  • Have excellent subject knowledge and experience.

  • Ability to work online.

  • Successful international experience of teaching is added advantage.

We have a keen interest for candidates who have engaged in Professional Development, taught students from culturally diverse backgrounds and who have previously lived and worked overseas.


Responsibilities

Reports to Head of Department/Level Head:


The class teacher has a critical role to play in the development of the cognitive, motor, psychomotor and affective domains of a child as well as the development of the school. He/she is always in daily contact with the students in the class and plays a denominator part in fostering and bolstering positive approaches to work, to the school and in the community as a whole. The role of the class teacher is instrumental in setting the momentum for the day ahead and ensuring a serene, focused, disciplined and harmonious approach.

The successful profile and qualifications

Pursuing the GISU Guiding Statements requires a commitment from our staff members to the following values; an international and cultural understanding, personal responsibility and integrity, mutual responsibility and respect.


Qualifications

  • Outstanding practitioner with at least three years of relevant full – time teaching experience.

  • A relevant Bachelor’s Degree is desired in the different disciplines.

  • An International/National Teaching Qualification or other equivalent Teaching Qualification(s).

  • Have excellent subject knowledge and experience.

  • Ability to work online.

  • Successful international experience of teaching is added advantage.

We have a keen interest for candidates who have engaged in Professional Development, taught students from culturally diverse backgrounds and who have previously lived and worked overseas.



The class teacher shall adhere to the following job description:

Registration

a)     Correctly mark student attendance registers on a daily basis.

b)     Record absence and collect absence letters from students.

c)      Monitor students’ attendance records to curb truancy and tardiness.

d)     Ensure that students are seated during registration.

e)     Alert other teachers and administration on individual student lateness and patterns of absence.

f)     Seek audience with parents to discuss matters of attendance and academic progress.


General Duties

a)     Organize the class notice boards, record merit slips, collect reply slips and complete records of achievement.

b)    Ensure maintenance of a tidy and stimulating environment with a focus on care of personal and school property within the classroom and school.

c)     Organize election of form monitors.

d)    Provide information to colleagues, parents and management about issues affecting students.

e)    Attend annual team meetings.


Links to Learning


a)     Assess student progress through students, parents, various meetings and reports.

b)    Accompany students to assembly and ensure that they enter quietly and orderly.

c)     Encourage positive communication between home and school, whilst liaising with the school coordinator.

d)    Play an important role in clarifying to students the consequences of infringing the rules and regulations.

e)     Check personal effects such as uniform, essential equipment, topic outlines, revision topics, examination timetable and other materials, their use and condition.

f)     Make professional observation of students’ behavior, appearance, friendships or any significant changes that are likely to require action or intervention.

g)    Help form members develop a behavior contract with a focus on specific behavioral problems and benefits for achieving the student goals.

h)    Promote and safeguard the welfare of the students that fall under his/her responsibility.

i)      Extend formal and informal counselling to students and induct new students.

j)      Maintain and uphold school standards of punctuality, correct uniform and appropriate dress.

k)    Encourage the development of ideas and opinions in ways to encourage student participation in community work.

l)       Perform such other duties that the school coordinator and principal may from time to time assign him/her.


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