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The Canadian International School is an international school located in Singapore. We are proud to be an IB World School and have a passion for education.

The Canadian International School (CIS) opened its doors in 1990 and has always focused on excellence in all facets of education.  We believe that through years of successful practice and from a firm understanding and implementation of educational research and teaching methodologies tailored for the global student, that our students are engaged, enlightened and empowered by participating in what we believe to be an outstanding programme.

The Canadian International School in Singapore offers the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP), International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IB MYP) and International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB DP), for students from Early Childhood Education to Grade 12. The IBDiploma, is recognised around the world by major universities. We are also very pleased to be an associate member in the Council of International Schools. This prestigious designation puts us in the forefront of education leaders in the world.

The CIS student body of over 3,000 represents a truly diverse population from over 65 countries and is served by a comprehensive and challenging curriculum taught by highly qualified and dedicated teachers. Our focus is on the needs of each individual, stimulating their inherent curiosity thereby inspiring them to become lifelong learners. Our students pursue excellence in the mastery of creative problem solving, effective communication, leadership, international understanding, and responsible citizenship.

CIS has two campuses throughout Singapore – our Lakeside campus (Early Childhood to Grade 12) in the West, and the Tanjong Katong Campus (Early Childhood to Grade 8) in the East.

 

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Communications & Marketing Executive
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PTE LTD

$3500 to $4650 (Monthly)

Canadian International School (CIS) is looking for passionate Communications and Marketing professionals to join us. As integral members of the Communications & Marketing team, you will be the voice for telling our story and promoting our brand.



Key Accountability:



  • Be the voice for telling the CIS story.

  • Drive parents and stakeholder engagement through the creation and delivery of engaging content across all channels.

  • Promote the brand to internal and external audiences, and grow CIS’s reputation and one of the leading schools in Singapore.

  • Work with the Communications Manager to build the alumni relations programme to promote the achievements and successes of CIS alumni.




Responsibilities:



  • Share CIS’s brand story in unique, creative and compelling ways across all internal and external channels. This includes, but is not limited to, newsletters, EDMs, editorials, social media posts, website, intranet etc.

  • Help drive thought leadership in the educational space.

  • Support the MarCom team and internal stakeholders in the planning and delivery of communication strategies, initiatives and projects.

  • Incorporate feedback loops and regular review of communications / channel performance.

  • Assist with day-to-day communications tasks including newsletter creation, crafting email advisories, proofing, photo taking, event coverage and planning, as well as ad hoc advice to colleagues.

  • Support the team with the execution of the CIS’s alumni strategy.

  • Establish and build relationships with a wide range of alumni, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally; across a range of channels.

  • Graduate education/alumni programme and next steps.

  • Co-plan and support the execution of overseas events.




Requirements:



  • Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Communications or equivalent.

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience as a Communications & Marketing professional.

  • Excellent communication skills and creative writing skills with a proven track record of strong written English.

  • High professional and ethical standards for handling confidential information.

  • Solid organisation and project management skills with the ability to multitask.

  • Excellent attention to details.

  • Possess an enthusiastic ‘can do’ attitude, is resourceful and results-oriented.

  • Experience in the international school sector, either as a parent, educator or communications professional, will be beneficial.

  • Experience in media relations will be beneficial.

10 months ago
Secondary Science Teacher
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PTE LTD

$7000 to $10000 (Monthly)

JOB DESCRIPTION: Secondary Science Teacher




Reports To: Principal, Vice Principal




Main Working Relationships: Grade Level Team, Learning Lead


CIS staff work together as a team in a spirit of inquiry. The division, grade, subject, or project group team structure is a key feature of the organization of the school. As members of various teams, teachers work to support other members through professional exchange, collaborative and informed decision making, and high quality planning and teaching. This team effort binds the community, builds programme continuity, and ensures equitable access to learning opportunities for our students.


Main Responsibility:


To improve the quality of learning outcomes for students by providing teaching and learning ‘best practices’ within the framework of the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, Learning Principles, Culture, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes.




Required Qualifications:



  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

  • A teaching certificate/credential

  • Successful teaching experience

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Positive communication skills

  • Capacity to work collaboratively as the member of a team


Preferred Qualification:



  • Training and experience in the International Baccalaureate MYP, or DP


Curriculum and Instructional Responsibilities:



  • Uses data to inform instruction and to differentiate lessons.

  • Review the relevant CIS Curriculum documents throughout the year.

  • Collaboratively develop and implement unit and long-range plans with team members.

  • Develop and implement short-range plans that reflect students’ knowledge and identify learning outcomes, as mandated by the CIS Curriculum.

  • Conducts formative and summative assessment tasks in collaboration and consultation with team members.

  • Review, edit, and maintain long-range and unit plans in Managebac.

  • Maintain daily/weekly lesson plans in a readily accessible format.

  • Help students thrive in a well-organized learning environment where students’ behaviour and classroom procedures are managed effectively.

  • Create an inspiring learning environment that invites inquiry, innovation and intellectual curiosity.


Professional Responsibilities:



  • Ensure the safety and well-being of all students in accordance with CIS administrative policies and divisional procedures.

  • Know, understand, and support the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Learning Principles.

  • Participate in all Child Protection trainings.

  • Participate in the Individual Work Plan (IWP) process:

  • Meet the expectations as outlined in the CIS Teacher Job Description, the CIS Teacher Standards, and the CIS IB Programme Expectations for Teachers.

  • Solicit feedback from parents or students via survey.

  • Develop and implement an Individual Work Plan (IWP) that supports the Division Work Plan (developed from the school’s Strategic Plan).

  • Reflect individually and collaboratively (IWP Meetings with Principal) on the aforementioned components.

  • Provide feedback on the IWP process to school administrators.

  • Be actively involved in the Activities program, in special events (Carnival, Talent Shows, Steam Fair, Exhibition, etc.), and provide co-curricular and / or coaching as required based on skill set

  • Contribute to community building (IWP)

  • Be dependable (be where you are expected to be, complete tasks on time; punctual (arrive to school, meetings, etc. on time); and prepared for class (all materials set up and ready for student arrival; plans readily accessible).

10 months ago
Individuals & Societies Teacher (Secondary)
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PTE LTD

$7000 to $10000 (Monthly)

JOB DESCRIPTION: Individual and Societies Teacher




Reports To: Principal, Vice Principal




Main Working Relationships: Grade Level Team, Learning Lead


CIS staff work together as a team in a spirit of inquiry. The division, grade, subject, or project group team structure is a key feature of the organization of the school. As members of various teams, teachers work to support other members through professional exchange, collaborative and informed decision making, and high quality planning and teaching. This team effort binds the community, builds programme continuity, and ensures equitable access to learning opportunities for our students.


Main Responsibility:


To improve the quality of learning outcomes for students by providing teaching and learning ‘best practices’ within the framework of the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, Learning Principles, Culture, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes.


Required Qualifications:



  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

  • A teaching certificate/credential

  • Successful teaching experience

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Positive communication skills

  • Capacity to work collaboratively as the member of a team


Preferred Qualification:



  • Training and experience in the International Baccalaureate MYP or DP


Curriculum and Instructional Responsibilities:



  • Uses data to inform instruction and to differentiate lessons.

  • Review the relevant CIS Curriculum documents throughout the year.

  • Collaboratively develop and implement unit and long-range plans with team members.

  • Develop and implement short-range plans that reflect students’ knowledge and identify learning outcomes, as mandated by the CIS Curriculum.

  • Conducts formative and summative assessment tasks in collaboration and consultation with team members.

  • Review, edit, and maintain long-range and unit plans in Managebac.

  • Maintain daily/weekly lesson plans in a readily accessible format.

  • Help students thrive in a well-organized learning environment where students’ behaviour and classroom procedures are managed effectively.

  • Create an inspiring learning environment that invites inquiry, innovation and intellectual curiosity.


Professional Responsibilities:



  • Ensure the safety and well-being of all students in accordance with CIS administrative policies and divisional procedures.

  • Know, understand, and support the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Learning Principles.

  • Participate in all Child Protection trainings.

  • Participate in the Individual Work Plan (IWP) process:

  • Meet the expectations as outlined in the CIS Teacher Job Description, the CIS Teacher Standards, and the CIS IB Programme Expectations for Teachers.

  • Solicit feedback from parents or students via survey.

  • Develop and implement an Individual Work Plan (IWP) that supports the Division Work Plan (developed from the school’s Strategic Plan).

  • Reflect individually and collaboratively (IWP Meetings with Principal) on the aforementioned components.

  • Provide feedback on the IWP process to school administrators.

  • Be actively involved in the Activities program, in special events (Carnival, Talent Shows, Steam Fair, Exhibition, etc.), and provide co-curricular and / or coaching as required based on skill set

  • Contribute to community building (IWP)

  • Be dependable (be where you are expected to be, complete tasks on time; punctual (arrive to school, meetings, etc. on time); and prepared for class (all materials set up and ready for student arrival; plans readily accessible).

10 months ago
English Language and Literature Teacher (Secondary)
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PTE LTD

$7000 to $10000 (Monthly)

JOB DESCRIPTION: English Language and Literature Teacher




Reports To: Principal, Vice Principal




Main Working Relationships: Grade Level Team, Learning Lead


CIS staff work together as a team in a spirit of inquiry. The division, grade, subject, or project group team structure is a key feature of the organization of the school. As members of various teams, teachers work to support other members through professional exchange, collaborative and informed decision making, and high quality planning and teaching. This team effort binds the community, builds programme continuity, and ensures equitable access to learning opportunities for our students.




Main Responsibility:


To improve the quality of learning outcomes for students by providing teaching and learning ‘best practices’ within the framework of the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, Learning Principles, Culture, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes.




Required Qualifications:



  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

  • A teaching certificate/credential

  • Successful teaching experience

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Positive communication skills

  • Capacity to work collaboratively as the member of a team


Preferred Qualification:



  • Training and experience in the International Baccalaureate MYP or DP


Curriculum and Instructional Responsibilities:



  • Uses data to inform instruction and to differentiate lessons.

  • Review the relevant CIS Curriculum documents throughout the year.

  • Collaboratively develop and implement unit and long-range plans with team members.

  • Develop and implement short-range plans that reflect students’ knowledge and identify learning outcomes, as mandated by the CIS Curriculum.

  • Conducts formative and summative assessment tasks in collaboration and consultation with team members.

  • Review, edit, and maintain long-range and unit plans in Managebac.

  • Maintain daily/weekly lesson plans in a readily accessible format.

  • Help students thrive in a well-organized learning environment where students’ behaviour and classroom procedures are managed effectively.

  • Create an inspiring learning environment that invites inquiry, innovation and intellectual curiosity.


Professional Responsibilities:



  • Ensure the safety and well-being of all students in accordance with CIS administrative policies and divisional procedures.

  • Know, understand, and support the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Learning Principles.

  • Participate in all Child Protection trainings.

  • Participate in the Individual Work Plan (IWP) process:

  • Meet the expectations as outlined in the CIS Teacher Job Description, the CIS Teacher Standards, and the CIS IB Programme Expectations for Teachers.

  • Solicit feedback from parents or students via survey.

  • Develop and implement an Individual Work Plan (IWP) that supports the Division Work Plan (developed from the school’s Strategic Plan).

  • Reflect individually and collaboratively (IWP Meetings with Principal) on the aforementioned components.

  • Provide feedback on the IWP process to school administrators.

  • Be actively involved in the Activities program, in special events (Carnival, Talent Shows, Steam Fair, Exhibition, etc.), and provide co-curricular and / or coaching as required based on skill set

  • Contribute to community building (IWP)

  • Be dependable (be where you are expected to be, complete tasks on time; punctual (arrive to school, meetings, etc. on time); and prepared for class (all materials set up and ready for student arrival; plans readily accessible).

10 months ago
Senior Kindergarten Teacher (Half day)
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PTE LTD

$2600 to $4000 (Monthly)

JOB DESCRIPTION: Teacher




Reports To: Principal, Vice Principal




Main Working Relationships: Grade Level Team, Learning Lead


CIS staff work together as a team in a spirit of inquiry. The division, grade, subject, or project group team structure is a key feature of the organization of the school. As members of various teams, teachers work to support other members through professional exchange, collaborative and informed decision making, and high quality planning and teaching. This team effort binds the community, builds programme continuity, and ensures equitable access to learning opportunities for our students.




Main Responsibility:


To improve the quality of learning outcomes for students by providing teaching and learning ‘best practices’ within the framework of the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, Learning Principles, Culture, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes.




Required Qualifications:



  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

  • A teaching certificate/credential

  • Successful teaching experience

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Positive communication skills

  • Capacity to work collaboratively as the member of a team


Preferred Qualification:



  • Training and experience in the International Baccalaureate PYP, MYP, or DP


Curriculum and Instructional Responsibilities:



  • Uses data to inform instruction and to differentiate lessons.

  • Review the relevant CIS Curriculum documents throughout the year.

  • Collaboratively develop and implement unit and long-range plans with team members.

  • Develop and implement short-range plans that reflect students’ knowledge and identify learning outcomes, as mandated by the CIS Curriculum.

  • Conducts formative and summative assessment tasks in collaboration and consultation with team members.

  • Review, edit, and maintain long-range and unit plans in Managebac.

  • Maintain daily/weekly lesson plans in a readily accessible format.

  • Help students thrive in a well-organized learning environment where students’ behaviour and classroom procedures are managed effectively.

  • Create an inspiring learning environment that invites inquiry, innovation and intellectual curiosity.


Professional Responsibilities:



  • Ensure the safety and well-being of all students in accordance with CIS administrative policies and divisional procedures.

  • Know, understand, and support the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Learning Principles.

  • Participate in all Child Protection trainings.

  • Participate in the Individual Work Plan (IWP) process:

  • Meet the expectations as outlined in the CIS Teacher Job Description, the CIS Teacher Standards, and the CIS IB Programme Expectations for Teachers.

  • Solicit feedback from parents or students via survey.

  • Develop and implement an Individual Work Plan (IWP) that supports the Division Work Plan (developed from the school’s Strategic Plan).

  • Reflect individually and collaboratively (IWP Meetings with Principal) on the aforementioned components.

  • Provide feedback on the IWP process to school administrators.

  • Be actively involved in the Activities program, in special events (Carnival, Talent Shows, Steam Fair, Exhibition, etc.), and provide co-curricular and / or coaching as required based on skill set

  • Contribute to community building (IWP)

  • Be dependable (be where you are expected to be, complete tasks on time; punctual (arrive to school, meetings, etc. on time); and prepared for class (all materials set up and ready for student arrival; plans readily accessible).

10 months ago
MYP/DP Design Technology Teacher
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PTE LTD

$6000 to $11000 (Monthly)

JOB DESCRIPTION: Dp/MYP Design Technology Secondary Teacher




Reports To: Secondary Principal and Vice Principals




Main Working Relationships: Grade Level Team, Learning Lead, Subject Lead


CIS staff work together as a team in a spirit of inquiry. The division, grade, subject, or project group team structure is a key feature of the organization of the school. As members of various teams, teachers work to support other members through professional exchange, collaborative and informed decision-making, and high-quality planning and teaching. This team effort binds the community, builds programme continuity, and ensures equitable access to learning opportunities for our students.




Main Responsibility:


To improve the quality of learning outcomes for students by providing teaching and learning best practices within the framework of the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, Learning Principles, Culture, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes.




Qualifications:


● A relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent


● A teaching certificate/credential


● Training and 5 years of experience in MYP, and/or DP Design


● Exceptional interpersonal skills


● Excellent organizational skills


● Positive communication skills


● Capacity to work collaboratively as a member of a team




Curriculum and Instructional Responsibilities:


● Uses data to inform instruction and to differentiate lessons.


● Review the relevant CIS Curriculum documents throughout the year.


● Collaboratively develop and implement unit and long-range plans with team members.


● Develop and implement short-range plans that reflect students’ knowledge and identify learning outcomes, as mandated by the CIS Curriculum.


● Conducts formative and summative assessment tasks in collaboration and consultation with team members.


● Review, edit, and maintain long-range and unit plans in Managebac.


● Maintain daily/weekly lesson plans in a readily accessible format.


● Help students thrive in a well-organized learning environment where students’ behaviour and classroom procedures are managed effectively.


● Create an inspiring learning environment that invites inquiry, innovation and intellectual curiosity.


● Professional Responsibilities:


● Ensure the safety and well-being of all students in accordance with CIS administrative policies and divisional procedures.


● Know, understand, and support the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Learning Principles.


● Participate in all Child Protection training.


● Participate in the Individual Work Plan (IWP) process:


● Meet the expectations as outlined in the CIS Teacher Job Description, the CIS Teacher Standards, and the CIS IB Programme Expectations for Teachers.


● Solicit feedback from parents or students via survey.


● Develop and implement an Individual Work Plan (IWP) that supports the Division Work Plan (developed from the school’s Strategic Plan).


● Reflect individually and collaboratively (IWP Meetings with Principal) on the aforementioned components.


● Provide feedback on the IWP process to school administrators.


● Be actively involved in the Activities program, in special events (Carnival, Talent Shows, Steam Fair, Exhibition, etc.), and provide co-curricular and/or coaching as required based on skillset


● Contribute to community building (IWP)


● Be dependable (be where you are expected to be, complete tasks on time; punctual (arrive at school, meetings, etc. on time); and prepared for class (all materials set up and ready for student arrival; plans readily accessible).

a year ago
PYP Physical Education Teacher
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PTE LTD

$5600 to $10000 (Monthly)

JOB DESCRIPTION: Physical Education Teacher




Reports To: Principal, Vice Principal




Main Working Relationships: Grade Level Team, Learning Lead




CIS staff work together as a team in a spirit of inquiry. The division, grade, subject, or project group team structure is a key feature of the organization of the school. As members of various teams, teachers work to support other members through professional exchange, collaborative and informed decision making, and high quality planning and teaching. This team effort binds the community, builds programme continuity, and ensures equitable access to learning opportunities for our students.




Main Responsibility:


To improve the quality of learning outcomes for students by providing teaching and learning ‘best practices’ within the framework of the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, Learning Principles, Culture, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes.




Required Qualifications:



  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Physical Education

  • A teaching certificate/credential

  • Successful teaching experience

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Positive communication skills

  • Capacity to work collaboratively as the member of a team


Preferred Qualification:



  • Training and experience in the International Baccalaureate PYP


Curriculum and Instructional Responsibilities:



  • Uses data to inform instruction and to differentiate lessons.

  • Review the relevant CIS Curriculum documents throughout the year.

  • Collaboratively develop and implement unit and long-range plans with team members.

  • Develop and implement short-range plans that reflect students’ knowledge and identify learning outcomes, as mandated by the CIS Curriculum.

  • Conducts formative and summative assessment tasks in collaboration and consultation with team members.

  • Review, edit, and maintain long-range and unit plans in Managebac.

  • Maintain daily/weekly lesson plans in a readily accessible format.

  • Help students thrive in a well-organized learning environment where students’ behaviour and classroom procedures are managed effectively.

  • Create an inspiring learning environment that invites inquiry, innovation and intellectual curiosity.


Professional Responsibilities:



  • Ensure the safety and well-being of all students in accordance with CIS administrative policies and divisional procedures.

  • Know, understand, and support the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Learning Principles.

  • Participate in all Child Protection trainings.

  • Participate in the Individual Work Plan (IWP) process:

  • Meet the expectations as outlined in the CIS Teacher Job Description, the CIS Teacher Standards, and the CIS IB Programme Expectations for Teachers.

  • Solicit feedback from parents or students via survey.

  • Develop and implement an Individual Work Plan (IWP) that supports the Division Work Plan (developed from the school’s Strategic Plan).

  • Reflect individually and collaboratively (IWP Meetings with Principal) on the aforementioned components.

  • Provide feedback on the IWP process to school administrators.

  • Be actively involved in the Activities program, in special events (Carnival, Talent Shows, Steam Fair, Exhibition, etc.), and provide co-curricular and / or coaching as required based on skill set

  • Contribute to community building (IWP)

  • Be dependable (be where you are expected to be, complete tasks on time; punctual (arrive to school, meetings, etc. on time); and prepared for class (all materials set up and ready for student arrival; plans readily accessible).

a year ago
PYP Music Teacher
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PTE LTD

$6000 to $10000 (Monthly)

JOB DESCRIPTION: Primary School Teacher




Reports To: Principal, Vice Principal




Main Working Relationships: Grade Level Team, Learning Lead


CIS staff work together as a team in a spirit of inquiry. The division, grade, subject, or project group team structure is a key feature of the organization of the school. As members of various teams, teachers work to support other members through professional exchange, collaborative and informed decision making, and high quality planning and teaching. This team effort binds the community, builds programme continuity, and ensures equitable access to learning opportunities for our students.




Main Responsibility:


To improve the quality of learning outcomes for students by providing teaching and learning ‘best practices’ within the framework of the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, Learning Principles, Culture, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes.




Required Qualifications:



  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

  • A teaching certificate/credential

  • Successful teaching experience

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Positive communication skills

  • Capacity to work collaboratively as the member of a team


Preferred Qualification:



  • Training and experience in the International Baccalaureate PYP, MYP, or DP


Curriculum and Instructional Responsibilities:



  • Uses data to inform instruction and to differentiate lessons.

  • Review the relevant CIS Curriculum documents throughout the year.

  • Collaboratively develop and implement unit and long-range plans with team members.

  • Develop and implement short-range plans that reflect students’ knowledge and identify learning outcomes, as mandated by the CIS Curriculum.

  • Conducts formative and summative assessment tasks in collaboration and consultation with team members.

  • Review, edit, and maintain long-range and unit plans in Managebac.

  • Maintain daily/weekly lesson plans in a readily accessible format.

  • Help students thrive in a well-organized learning environment where students’ behaviour and classroom procedures are managed effectively.

  • Create an inspiring learning environment that invites inquiry, innovation and intellectual curiosity.


Professional Responsibilities:



  • Ensure the safety and well-being of all students in accordance with CIS administrative policies and divisional procedures.

  • Know, understand, and support the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Learning Principles.

  • Participate in all Child Protection trainings.

  • Participate in the Individual Work Plan (IWP) process:

  • Meet the expectations as outlined in the CIS Teacher Job Description, the CIS Teacher Standards, and the CIS IB Programme Expectations for Teachers.

  • Solicit feedback from parents or students via survey.

  • Develop and implement an Individual Work Plan (IWP) that supports the Division Work Plan (developed from the school’s Strategic Plan).

  • Reflect individually and collaboratively (IWP Meetings with Principal) on the aforementioned components.

  • Provide feedback on the IWP process to school administrators.

  • Be actively involved in the Activities program, in special events (Carnival, Talent Shows, Steam Fair, Exhibition, etc.), and provide co-curricular and / or coaching as required based on skill set

  • Contribute to community building (IWP)

  • Be dependable (be where you are expected to be, complete tasks on time; punctual (arrive to school, meetings, etc. on time); and prepared for class (all materials set up and ready for student arrival; plans readily accessible).

a year ago
MYP/DP Drama Teacher
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PTE LTD

$8000 to $11000 (Monthly)

JOB DESCRIPTION: Teacher




Reports To: Principal, Vice Principal




Main Working Relationships: Grade Level Team, Learning Lead


CIS staff work together as a team in a spirit of inquiry. The division, grade, subject, or project group team structure is a key feature of the organization of the school. As members of various teams, teachers work to support other members through professional exchange, collaborative and informed decision making, and high quality planning and teaching. This team effort binds the community, builds programme continuity, and ensures equitable access to learning opportunities for our students.


Main Responsibility:


To improve the quality of learning outcomes for students by providing teaching and learning ‘best practices’ within the framework of the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, Learning Principles, Culture, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes.




Required Qualifications:



  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

  • A teaching certificate/credential

  • Successful teaching experience

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Positive communication skills

  • Capacity to work collaboratively as the member of a team


Preferred Qualification:



  • Training and experience in the International Baccalaureate PYP, MYP, or DP


Curriculum and Instructional Responsibilities:



  • Uses data to inform instruction and to differentiate lessons.

  • Review the relevant CIS Curriculum documents throughout the year.

  • Collaboratively develop and implement unit and long-range plans with team members.

  • Develop and implement short-range plans that reflect students’ knowledge and identify learning outcomes, as mandated by the CIS Curriculum.

  • Conducts formative and summative assessment tasks in collaboration and consultation with team members.

  • Review, edit, and maintain long-range and unit plans in Managebac.

  • Maintain daily/weekly lesson plans in a readily accessible format.

  • Help students thrive in a well-organized learning environment where students’ behaviour and classroom procedures are managed effectively.

  • Create an inspiring learning environment that invites inquiry, innovation and intellectual curiosity.


Professional Responsibilities:



  • Ensure the safety and well-being of all students in accordance with CIS administrative policies and divisional procedures.

  • Know, understand, and support the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Learning Principles.

  • Participate in all Child Protection trainings.

  • Participate in the Individual Work Plan (IWP) process:

  • Meet the expectations as outlined in the CIS Teacher Job Description, the CIS Teacher Standards, and the CIS IB Programme Expectations for Teachers.

  • Solicit feedback from parents or students via survey.

  • Develop and implement an Individual Work Plan (IWP) that supports the Division Work Plan (developed from the school’s Strategic Plan).

  • Reflect individually and collaboratively (IWP Meetings with Principal) on the aforementioned components.

  • Provide feedback on the IWP process to school administrators.

  • Be actively involved in the Activities program, in special events (Carnival, Talent Shows, Steam Fair, Exhibition, etc.), and provide co-curricular and / or coaching as required based on skill set

  • Contribute to community building (IWP)

  • Be dependable (be where you are expected to be, complete tasks on time; punctual (arrive to school, meetings, etc. on time); and prepared for class (all materials set up and ready for student arrival; plans readily accessible).

a year ago
MYP and DP English Literature Teacher
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PTE LTD

$7000 to $11000 (Monthly)

Reports To: Principal, Vice Principal




Main Working Relationships: Grade Level Team, Learning Lead


CIS staff work together as a team in a spirit of inquiry. The division, grade, subject, or project group team structure is a key feature of the organization of the school. As members of various teams, teachers work to support other members through professional exchange, collaborative and informed decision making, and high quality planning and teaching. This team effort binds the community, builds programme continuity, and ensures equitable access to learning opportunities for our students.




Main Responsibility:


To improve the quality of learning outcomes for students by providing teaching and learning ‘best practices’ within the framework of the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, Learning Principles, Culture, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes.




Required Qualifications:



  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

  • A teaching certificate/credential

  • Successful teaching experience

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Positive communication skills

  • Capacity to work collaboratively as the member of a team


Preferred Qualification:



  • Training and experience in the International Baccalaureate MYP and DP


Curriculum and Instructional Responsibilities:



  • Uses data to inform instruction and to differentiate lessons.

  • Review the relevant CIS Curriculum documents throughout the year.

  • Collaboratively develop and implement unit and long-range plans with team members.

  • Develop and implement short-range plans that reflect students’ knowledge and identify learning outcomes, as mandated by the CIS Curriculum.

  • Conducts formative and summative assessment tasks in collaboration and consultation with team members.

  • Review, edit, and maintain long-range and unit plans in Managebac.

  • Maintain daily/weekly lesson plans in a readily accessible format.

  • Help students thrive in a well-organized learning environment where students’ behaviour and classroom procedures are managed effectively.

  • Create an inspiring learning environment that invites inquiry, innovation and intellectual curiosity.


Professional Responsibilities:



  • Ensure the safety and well-being of all students in accordance with CIS administrative policies and divisional procedures.

  • Know, understand, and support the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Learning Principles.

  • Participate in all Child Protection trainings.

  • Participate in the Individual Work Plan (IWP) process:

  • Meet the expectations as outlined in the CIS Teacher Job Description, the CIS Teacher Standards, and the CIS IB Programme Expectations for Teachers.

  • Solicit feedback from parents or students via survey.

  • Develop and implement an Individual Work Plan (IWP) that supports the Division Work Plan (developed from the school’s Strategic Plan).

  • Reflect individually and collaboratively (IWP Meetings with Principal) on the aforementioned components.

  • Provide feedback on the IWP process to school administrators.

  • Be actively involved in the Activities program, in special events (Carnival, Talent Shows, Steam Fair, Exhibition, etc.), and provide co-curricular and / or coaching as required based on skill set

  • Contribute to community building (IWP)

  • Be dependable (be where you are expected to be, complete tasks on time; punctual (arrive to school, meetings, etc. on time); and prepared for class (all materials set up and ready for student arrival; plans readily accessible).

a year ago
Bilingual French Teacher
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PTE LTD

$8000 to $11000 (Monthly)

Reports To: Principal, Vice Principal




Main Working Relationships: Grade Level Team, Learning Lead




CIS staff work together as a team in a spirit of inquiry. The division, grade, subject, or project group team structure is a key feature of the organization of the school. As members of various teams, teachers work to support other members through professional exchange, collaborative and informed decision making, and high quality planning and teaching. This team effort binds the community, builds programme continuity, and ensures equitable access to learning opportunities for our students.


Main Responsibility:


To improve the quality of learning outcomes for students by providing teaching and learning ‘best practices’ within the framework of the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, Learning Principles, Culture, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes.


Required Qualifications:



  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

  • A teaching certificate/credential

  • Successful teaching experience

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Positive communication skills

  • Capacity to work collaboratively as the member of a team

  • Proficiency in English and French


Preferred Qualification:



  • Training and experience in the International Baccalaureate PYP


Curriculum and Instructional Responsibilities:



  • Uses data to inform instruction and to differentiate lessons.

  • Review the relevant CIS Curriculum documents throughout the year.

  • Collaboratively develop and implement unit and long-range plans with team members.

  • Develop and implement short-range plans that reflect students’ knowledge and identify learning outcomes, as mandated by the CIS Curriculum.

  • Conducts formative and summative assessment tasks in collaboration and consultation with team members.

  • Review, edit, and maintain long-range and unit plans in Managebac.

  • Maintain daily/weekly lesson plans in a readily accessible format.

  • Help students thrive in a well-organized learning environment where students’ behaviour and classroom procedures are managed effectively.

  • Create an inspiring learning environment that invites inquiry, innovation and intellectual curiosity.


Professional Responsibilities:



  • Ensure the safety and well-being of all students in accordance with CIS administrative policies and divisional procedures.

  • Know, understand, and support the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Learning Principles.

  • Participate in all Child Protection trainings.

  • Participate in the Individual Work Plan (IWP) process:

  • Meet the expectations as outlined in the CIS Teacher Job Description, the CIS Teacher Standards, and the CIS IB Programme Expectations for Teachers.

  • Solicit feedback from parents or students via survey.

  • Develop and implement an Individual Work Plan (IWP) that supports the Division Work Plan (developed from the school’s Strategic Plan).

  • Reflect individually and collaboratively (IWP Meetings with Principal) on the aforementioned components.

  • Provide feedback on the IWP process to school administrators.

  • Be actively involved in the Activities program, in special events (Carnival, Talent Shows, Steam Fair, Exhibition, etc.), and provide co-curricular and / or coaching as required based on skill set

  • Contribute to community building (IWP)

  • Be dependable (be where you are expected to be, complete tasks on time; punctual (arrive to school, meetings, etc. on time); and prepared for class (all materials set up and ready for student arrival; plans readily accessible).

a year ago
PYP Teacher
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PTE LTD

$8000 to $11000 (Monthly)

Reports To: Principal, Vice Principal




Main Working Relationships: Grade Level Team, Learning Lead


CIS staff work together as a team in a spirit of inquiry. The division, grade, subject, or project group team structure is a key feature of the organization of the school. As members of various teams, teachers work to support other members through professional exchange, collaborative and informed decision making, and high quality planning and teaching. This team effort binds the community, builds programme continuity, and ensures equitable access to learning opportunities for our students.




Main Responsibility:


To improve the quality of learning outcomes for students by providing teaching and learning ‘best practices’ within the framework of the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, Learning Principles, Culture, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes.




Required Qualifications:



  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

  • A teaching certificate/credential

  • Successful teaching experience

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Positive communication skills

  • Capacity to work collaboratively as the member of a team


Preferred Qualification:



  • Training and experience in the International Baccalaureate PYP.


Curriculum and Instructional Responsibilities:



  • Uses data to inform instruction and to differentiate lessons.

  • Review the relevant CIS Curriculum documents throughout the year.

  • Collaboratively develop and implement unit and long-range plans with team members.

  • Develop and implement short-range plans that reflect students’ knowledge and identify learning outcomes, as mandated by the CIS Curriculum.

  • Conducts formative and summative assessment tasks in collaboration and consultation with team members.

  • Review, edit, and maintain long-range and unit plans in Managebac.

  • Maintain daily/weekly lesson plans in a readily accessible format.

  • Help students thrive in a well-organized learning environment where students’ behaviour and classroom procedures are managed effectively.

  • Create an inspiring learning environment that invites inquiry, innovation and intellectual curiosity.


Professional Responsibilities:



  • Ensure the safety and well-being of all students in accordance with CIS administrative policies and divisional procedures.

  • Know, understand, and support the school’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Learning Principles.

  • Participate in all Child Protection trainings.

  • Participate in the Individual Work Plan (IWP) process:

  • Meet the expectations as outlined in the CIS Teacher Job Description, the CIS Teacher Standards, and the CIS IB Programme Expectations for Teachers.

  • Solicit feedback from parents or students via survey.

  • Develop and implement an Individual Work Plan (IWP) that supports the Division Work Plan (developed from the school’s Strategic Plan).

  • Reflect individually and collaboratively (IWP Meetings with Principal) on the aforementioned components.

  • Provide feedback on the IWP process to school administrators.

  • Be actively involved in the Activities program, in special events (Carnival, Talent Shows, Steam Fair, Exhibition, etc.), and provide co-curricular and / or coaching as required based on skill set

  • Contribute to community building (IWP)

  • Be dependable (be where you are expected to be, complete tasks on time; punctual (arrive to school, meetings, etc. on time); and prepared for class (all materials set up and ready for student arrival; plans readily accessible).

a year ago