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Facilities Technician
NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.

$1800 to $3000 (Monthly)

NLCS (Singapore) believes that each employee makes a significant contribution to our success and that contributions should not be limited by the assigned responsibilities.


Therefore, this position description is designed to outline primary duties, qualifications, and job scope, but not limit the employee, nor NLCS (Singapore), to only the work identified. It is the expectation of the school, that each employee will offer his/her services wherever and whenever necessary to ensure the success of our organisation.


Our School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The School expects all teaching staff, non‐teaching staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.


NLCS (Singapore) is looking for an enthusiastic, highly dependable and committed Facilities Technician, with an outstanding track record. The primary function of the Facilities team is to provide logistical and facilities maintenance support.


Key Responsibilities:



  • Undertake and record basic maintenance work in accordance with the planned preventive maintenance schedule with safety as a priority.

  • Undertake facilities inspections of the school including eg. classrooms, staff offices, pools, gymnasium, sports and playgrounds, and landscaped areas.

  • Assist the Facilities Manager in working with various contractors on the day-to-day maintenance.

  • Support the Facilities Manager with Fire and Emergency activities including drills, working closely with the Operations team.

  • Conduct basic quality and testing checks.

  • To ensure all works carried out safely and in accordance with safety procedures

  • Assist with the logistic requirements of school events including porterage services.

  • To maintain an accurate stock control for all current and new maintenance equipment and materials

  • Act in accordance with relevant legislation in Singapore, as well as UK guidelines, particularly with regards to health and safety initiatives.


Safeguarding



  • Abide by the school safeguarding policy and keep abreast of any changes


Qualifications/Skills



  • Minimum Higher NITEC in Building Servicing / Mechanical or Electrical engineering

  • At least 3 years of working experience in facilities management and/or related field

  • Familiarity with Building Management System and Fire Protection System preferred

  • May be required and willing to work some weekends based on operational needs

  • Able to commence work in January 2022


To apply for our professional support staff positions, please email the following documents to recruitment@nlcssingapore.sg before the application closing deadline listed in our job posting.



  • A completed NLCS application form (which can be found on the school website)

  • A Cover Letter, stating your suitability for the role

  • A copy of your CV


Please note incomplete submissions will not be processed and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.

10 months ago
History and Politics Teacher
NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.

$5500 to $13148 (Monthly)

NLCS (Singapore) is looking for an enthusiastic, highly qualified and committed History and Politics Teacher, from August 2022. This is a unique opportunity to join a leading international school as it enters an exciting new phase of development. We begin our third year of operation in August and expect to have over 1000 students enrolled.


The successful appointee will teach History & Politics throughout the Senior School (Grades 6 to 12). All members of staff are expected to be involved in pastoral care within the school community, usually in the role of form tutor, and also to contribute actively to the extra-curricular life of the School.


Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The School expects all teaching staff, non‐teaching staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.


Teaching, learning & assessment



  • Demonstrate passion for the subject and strive to engender the same in students.

  • Plan and deliver lessons that inspire, motivate and challenge students whilst ensuring that they are fully prepared for assessment tasks and are able to make the progress expected of them.

  • Encourage students to take a scholarly approach to their studies, fostering a love of learning and promoting the pursuit of their academic interests beyond the confines of the curriculum.

  • Create and maintain an engaging, exciting classroom environment that encourages discussion, debate and collaboration between students.

  • Ensure that students have an excellent understanding of the content outlined in departmental curriculum plans, and are able to apply it effectively.

  • Build stretch and challenge into teaching at every opportunity.

  • Use a variety of formative and summative assessment techniques to measure students’ progress and achievement, and inform teaching.

  • Provide individualised support to students who are underperforming.

  • Make effective and timely use of feedback (written, verbal and otherwise) to support students in understanding their current achievement levels and what they can do to improve them.

  • Maintain high expectations of the quality of students’ work, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are underperforming.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ engagement and work ethic, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are not meeting them.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ behaviour, collegiality, attendance and punctuality, in line with School policy, ensuring that relevant procedures are followed if these are not met.

  • Ensure that teaching fosters the development of students’ knowledge and use of academic English, implementing appropriate support strategies for EAL students.

  • Implement classroom strategies prescribed by the Individual Needs Department for students with an Individual Needs Plan (INP).

  • Adopt a positive and developmental approach to academic monitoring activities such as lesson observations, work scrutiny, learning walks and student voice.

  • Assess, record and report on the attainment, effort and conduct of students in line with School and departmental assessment policies and procedures.

  • Assist in the development of departmental schemes of work and resources.

  • Maintain accurate records of student attendance through the School’s attendance system.

  • Fulfil a teaching commitment in line with the School policy and allocation.


Pastoral care



  • Act as form tutor to an assigned group of students and carry out that role in line with policy.

  • Always consider students’ welfare and best interests, striving to promote both at all times.

  • Develop strong relationships with students, providing guidance and support in both academic and pastoral matters.

  • Maintain positive relationships with parents with a focus on supporting their child(ren)’s academic and personal development.


Enrichment



  • Support the School’s academic enrichment programme by contributing to the McCabe Lecture series, supporting student-led academic societies and delivering taught enrichment sessions.

  • Attend School events and activities as directed by the Principal and voluntarily support events such as trips, Arts Festival events, sports fixtures (home and away) and musical performances by students, after school and at weekends.

  • Deliver co-curricular activities in line with School policy.

  • Support the House Competition by attending events and encouraging student participation.


General responsibilities



  • Play a full part in the life of the School, supporting its distinctive aims and ethos, and be prepared to actively participate and contribute to the community activities that exist within the School.

  • Maintain familiarity with the School’s Guiding Statements, striving to embody and promote them at all times.

  • Work effectively as part of a subject and pastoral team.

  • Maintain high levels of professionalism and conduct, acting as a positive role model for students.

  • Carry out supervision duties as per published duty rotas.

  • Continue own professional development in relevant areas, including subject knowledge, pedagogy and others related to career and personal development goals.

  • Attend assemblies, staff meetings and training sessions as per published calendars.

  • Engage actively in the appraisal process.

  • Contribute to the preparation and implementation of academic and pastoral development plans, policy and practice.

  • Treat all students with dignity, building relationships rooted in mutual respect, and at all times observing proper boundaries appropriate to a teacher’s professional position.

  • Abide by the expectations laid out in the Academic Staff Handbook and the Staff Code of Conduct.

  • Maintain familiarity with, and follow, all school policies.


Safeguarding



  • Abide by the School safeguarding policy and keep abreast of any changes

  • Have regard for, and promote, the need to safeguard students’ wellbeing, maintaining awareness of cultural differences and related matters when dealing with students.


To Apply:


Applications are only accepted via https://internationalcareers-nlcs.icims.com/jobs/intro


For our job application process, we require:


1. A completed online application form


2. A cover letter, addressed to the NLCS (Singapore) Principal, Mr Paul Friend, outlining your suitability for the role


3. A CV


Please note that incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.

a year ago
Design and Engineering Teacher
NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.

$5500 to $13148 (Monthly)

NLCS (Singapore) is looking for an enthusiastic, highly qualified and committed Design and Engineering Teacher, from August 2022. This is a unique opportunity to join a leading international school as it enters an exciting new phase of development. We begin our third year of operation in August and expect to have over 1000 students enrolled.


The successful appointee will teach Design & Engineering throughout the Senior School (Grades 6 to 12). All members of staff are expected to be involved in pastoral care within the school community, usually in the role of form tutor, and also to contribute actively to the extra-curricular life of the School.


Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The School expects all teaching staff, non‐teaching staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.


Teaching, learning & assessment



  • Demonstrate passion for the subject and strive to engender the same in students.

  • Plan and deliver lessons that inspire, motivate and challenge students whilst ensuring that they are fully prepared for assessment tasks and are able to make the progress expected of them.

  • Encourage students to take a scholarly approach to their studies, fostering a love of learning and promoting the pursuit of their academic interests beyond the confines of the curriculum.

  • Create and maintain an engaging, exciting classroom environment that encourages discussion, debate and collaboration between students.

  • Ensure that students have an excellent understanding of the content outlined in departmental curriculum plans, and are able to apply it effectively.

  • Build stretch and challenge into teaching at every opportunity.

  • Use a variety of formative and summative assessment techniques to measure students’ progress and achievement, and inform teaching.

  • Provide individualised support to students who are underperforming.

  • Make effective and timely use of feedback (written, verbal and otherwise) to support students in understanding their current achievement levels and what they can do to improve them.

  • Maintain high expectations of the quality of students’ work, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are underperforming.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ engagement and work ethic, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are not meeting them.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ behaviour, collegiality, attendance and punctuality, in line with School policy, ensuring that relevant procedures are followed if these are not met.

  • Ensure that teaching fosters the development of students’ knowledge and use of academic English, implementing appropriate support strategies for EAL students.

  • Implement classroom strategies prescribed by the Individual Needs Department for students with an Individual Needs Plan (INP).

  • Adopt a positive and developmental approach to academic monitoring activities such as lesson observations, work scrutiny, learning walks and student voice.

  • Assess, record and report on the attainment, effort and conduct of students in line with School and departmental assessment policies and procedures.

  • Assist in the development of departmental schemes of work and resources.

  • Maintain accurate records of student attendance through the School’s attendance system.

  • Fulfil a teaching commitment in line with the School policy and allocation.


Pastoral care



  • Act as form tutor to an assigned group of students and carry out that role in line with policy.

  • Always consider students’ welfare and best interests, striving to promote both at all times.

  • Develop strong relationships with students, providing guidance and support in both academic and pastoral matters.

  • Maintain positive relationships with parents with a focus on supporting their child(ren)’s academic and personal development.


Enrichment



  • Support the School’s academic enrichment programme by contributing to the McCabe Lecture series, supporting student-led academic societies and delivering taught enrichment sessions.

  • Attend School events and activities as directed by the Principal and voluntarily support events such as trips, Arts Festival events, sports fixtures (home and away) and musical performances by students, after school and at weekends.

  • Deliver co-curricular activities in line with School policy.

  • Support the House Competition by attending events and encouraging student participation.


General responsibilities



  • Play a full part in the life of the School, supporting its distinctive aims and ethos, and be prepared to actively participate and contribute to the community activities that exist within the School.

  • Maintain familiarity with the School’s Guiding Statements, striving to embody and promote them at all times.

  • Work effectively as part of a subject and pastoral team.

  • Maintain high levels of professionalism and conduct, acting as a positive role model for students.

  • Carry out supervision duties as per published duty rotas.

  • Continue own professional development in relevant areas, including subject knowledge, pedagogy and others related to career and personal development goals.

  • Attend assemblies, staff meetings and training sessions as per published calendars.

  • Engage actively in the appraisal process.

  • Contribute to the preparation and implementation of academic and pastoral development plans, policy and practice.

  • Treat all students with dignity, building relationships rooted in mutual respect, and at all times observing proper boundaries appropriate to a teacher’s professional position.

  • Abide by the expectations laid out in the Academic Staff Handbook and the Staff Code of Conduct.

  • Maintain familiarity with, and follow, all school policies.


Safeguarding



  • Abide by the School safeguarding policy and keep abreast of any changes

  • Have regard for, and promote, the need to safeguard students’ wellbeing, maintaining awareness of cultural differences and related matters when dealing with students.


To Apply:


Applications are only accepted via https://internationalcareers-nlcs.icims.com/jobs/intro


For our job application process, we require:


1. A completed online application form


2. A cover letter, addressed to the NLCS (Singapore) Principal, Mr Paul Friend, outlining your suitability for the role


3. A CV


Please note that incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.

a year ago
Spanish Teacher
NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.

$5500 to $13148 (Monthly)

NLCS (Singapore) is looking for an enthusiastic, highly qualified and committed Spanish Teacher, from August 2022. This is a unique opportunity to join a leading international school as it enters an exciting new phase of development. We begin our third year of operation in August and expect to have over 1000 students enrolled.


The successful appointee will teach Spanish throughout the Senior School. All members of staff are expected to be involved in pastoral care within the school community, usually in the role of form tutor, and also to contribute actively to the extra-curricular life of the School.


Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The School expects all teaching staff, non‐teaching staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.


Teaching, learning & assessment



  • Demonstrate passion for the subject and strive to engender the same in students.

  • Plan and deliver lessons that inspire, motivate and challenge students whilst ensuring that they are fully prepared for assessment tasks and are able to make the progress expected of them.

  • Encourage students to take a scholarly approach to their studies, fostering a love of learning and promoting the pursuit of their academic interests beyond the confines of the curriculum.

  • Create and maintain an engaging, exciting classroom environment that encourages discussion, debate and collaboration between students.

  • Ensure that students have an excellent understanding of the content outlined in departmental curriculum plans, and are able to apply it effectively.

  • Build stretch and challenge into teaching at every opportunity.

  • Use a variety of formative and summative assessment techniques to measure students’ progress and achievement, and inform teaching.

  • Provide individualised support to students who are underperforming.

  • Make effective and timely use of feedback (written, verbal and otherwise) to support students in understanding their current achievement levels and what they can do to improve them.

  • Maintain high expectations of the quality of students’ work, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are underperforming.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ engagement and work ethic, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are not meeting them.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ behaviour, collegiality, attendance and punctuality, in line with School policy, ensuring that relevant procedures are followed if these are not met.

  • Ensure that teaching fosters the development of students’ knowledge and use of academic English, implementing appropriate support strategies for EAL students.

  • Implement classroom strategies prescribed by the Individual Needs Department for students with an Individual Needs Plan (INP).

  • Adopt a positive and developmental approach to academic monitoring activities such as lesson observations, work scrutiny, learning walks and student voice.

  • Assess, record and report on the attainment, effort and conduct of students in line with School and departmental assessment policies and procedures.

  • Assist in the development of departmental schemes of work and resources.

  • Maintain accurate records of student attendance through the School’s attendance system.

  • Fulfil a teaching commitment in line with the School policy and allocation.


Pastoral care



  • Act as form tutor to an assigned group of students and carry out that role in line with policy.

  • Always consider students’ welfare and best interests, striving to promote both at all times.

  • Develop strong relationships with students, providing guidance and support in both academic and pastoral matters.

  • Maintain positive relationships with parents with a focus on supporting their child(ren)’s academic and personal development.


Enrichment



  • Support the School’s academic enrichment programme by contributing to the McCabe Lecture series, supporting student-led academic societies and delivering taught enrichment sessions.

  • Attend School events and activities as directed by the Principal and voluntarily support events such as trips, Arts Festival events, sports fixtures (home and away) and musical performances by students, after school and at weekends.

  • Deliver co-curricular activities in line with School policy.

  • Support the House Competition by attending events and encouraging student participation.


General responsibilities



  • Play a full part in the life of the School, supporting its distinctive aims and ethos, and be prepared to actively participate and contribute to the community activities that exist within the School.

  • Maintain familiarity with the School’s Guiding Statements, striving to embody and promote them at all times.

  • Work effectively as part of a subject and pastoral team.

  • Maintain high levels of professionalism and conduct, acting as a positive role model for students.

  • Carry out supervision duties as per published duty rotas.

  • Continue own professional development in relevant areas, including subject knowledge, pedagogy and others related to career and personal development goals.

  • Attend assemblies, staff meetings and training sessions as per published calendars.

  • Engage actively in the appraisal process.

  • Contribute to the preparation and implementation of academic and pastoral development plans, policy and practice.

  • Treat all students with dignity, building relationships rooted in mutual respect, and at all times observing proper boundaries appropriate to a teacher’s professional position.

  • Abide by the expectations laid out in the Academic Staff Handbook and the Staff Code of Conduct.

  • Maintain familiarity with, and follow, all school policies.


Safeguarding



  • Abide by the School safeguarding policy and keep abreast of any changes

  • Have regard for, and promote, the need to safeguard students’ wellbeing, maintaining awareness of cultural differences and related matters when dealing with students.


To Apply:


Applications are only accepted via https://internationalcareers-nlcs.icims.com/jobs/intro


For our job application process, we require:


1. A completed online application form


2. A cover letter, addressed to the NLCS (Singapore) Principal, Mr Paul Friend, outlining your suitability for the role


3. A CV


Please note that incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.

a year ago
Biology Teacher
NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.

$5500 to $13148 (Monthly)

NLCS (Singapore) is looking for an enthusiastic, highly qualified and committed Biology Teacher, from August 2022. This is a unique opportunity to join a leading international school as it enters an exciting new phase of development. We begin our third year of operation in August and expect to have over 1000 students enrolled.


The successful appointee will teach Biology throughout the Senior School (Grades 6 to 12). All members of staff are expected to be involved in pastoral care within the school community, usually in the role of form tutor, and also to contribute actively to the extra-curricular life of the School.


Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The School expects all teaching staff, non‐teaching staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.


Teaching, learning & assessment



  • Demonstrate passion for the subject and strive to engender the same in students.

  • Plan and deliver lessons that inspire, motivate and challenge students whilst ensuring that they are fully prepared for assessment tasks and are able to make the progress expected of them.

  • Encourage students to take a scholarly approach to their studies, fostering a love of learning and promoting the pursuit of their academic interests beyond the confines of the curriculum.

  • Create and maintain an engaging, exciting classroom environment that encourages discussion, debate and collaboration between students.

  • Ensure that students have an excellent understanding of the content outlined in departmental curriculum plans, and are able to apply it effectively.

  • Build stretch and challenge into teaching at every opportunity.

  • Use a variety of formative and summative assessment techniques to measure students’ progress and achievement, and inform teaching.

  • Provide individualised support to students who are underperforming.

  • Make effective and timely use of feedback (written, verbal and otherwise) to support students in understanding their current achievement levels and what they can do to improve them.

  • Maintain high expectations of the quality of students’ work, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are underperforming.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ engagement and work ethic, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are not meeting them.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ behaviour, collegiality, attendance and punctuality, in line with School policy, ensuring that relevant procedures are followed if these are not met.

  • Ensure that teaching fosters the development of students’ knowledge and use of academic English, implementing appropriate support strategies for EAL students.

  • Implement classroom strategies prescribed by the Individual Needs Department for students with an Individual Needs Plan (INP).

  • Adopt a positive and developmental approach to academic monitoring activities such as lesson observations, work scrutiny, learning walks and student voice.

  • Assess, record and report on the attainment, effort and conduct of students in line with School and departmental assessment policies and procedures.

  • Assist in the development of departmental schemes of work and resources.

  • Maintain accurate records of student attendance through the School’s attendance system.

  • Fulfil a teaching commitment in line with the School policy and allocation.


Pastoral care



  • Act as form tutor to an assigned group of students and carry out that role in line with policy.

  • Always consider students’ welfare and best interests, striving to promote both at all times.

  • Develop strong relationships with students, providing guidance and support in both academic and pastoral matters.

  • Maintain positive relationships with parents with a focus on supporting their child(ren)’s academic and personal development.


Enrichment



  • Support the School’s academic enrichment programme by contributing to the McCabe Lecture series, supporting student-led academic societies and delivering taught enrichment sessions.

  • Attend School events and activities as directed by the Principal and voluntarily support events such as trips, Arts Festival events, sports fixtures (home and away) and musical performances by students, after school and at weekends.

  • Deliver co-curricular activities in line with School policy.

  • Support the House Competition by attending events and encouraging student participation.


General responsibilities



  • Play a full part in the life of the School, supporting its distinctive aims and ethos, and be prepared to actively participate and contribute to the community activities that exist within the School.

  • Maintain familiarity with the School’s Guiding Statements, striving to embody and promote them at all times.

  • Work effectively as part of a subject and pastoral team.

  • Maintain high levels of professionalism and conduct, acting as a positive role model for students.

  • Carry out supervision duties as per published duty rotas.

  • Continue own professional development in relevant areas, including subject knowledge, pedagogy and others related to career and personal development goals.

  • Attend assemblies, staff meetings and training sessions as per published calendars.

  • Engage actively in the appraisal process.

  • Contribute to the preparation and implementation of academic and pastoral development plans, policy and practice.

  • Treat all students with dignity, building relationships rooted in mutual respect, and at all times observing proper boundaries appropriate to a teacher’s professional position.

  • Abide by the expectations laid out in the Academic Staff Handbook and the Staff Code of Conduct.

  • Maintain familiarity with, and follow, all school policies.


Safeguarding



  • Abide by the School safeguarding policy and keep abreast of any changes

  • Have regard for, and promote, the need to safeguard students’ wellbeing, maintaining awareness of cultural differences and related matters when dealing with students.


To Apply:


Applications are only accepted via https://internationalcareers-nlcs.icims.com/jobs/intro


For our job application process, we require:


1. A completed online application form


2. A cover letter, addressed to the NLCS (Singapore) Principal, Mr Paul Friend, outlining your suitability for the role


3. A CV


Please note that incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.

a year ago
English Teacher
NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.

$5500 to $13148 (Monthly)

NLCS (Singapore) is looking for an enthusiastic, highly qualified and committed English Teacher, with an outstanding track record of success, from August 2022. This is a unique opportunity to join a leading international school as it enters an exciting new phase of development. We begin our third year of operation in August and expect to have over 1000 students enrolled. The successful appointee will teach English throughout the Senior School (Grades 6 to 12). All members of staff are expected to be involved in pastoral care within the school community, usually in the role of form tutor, and also to contribute actively to the extra-curricular life of the School.


Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The School expects all teaching staff, non‐teaching staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.


Teaching, learning & assessment



  • Demonstrate passion for the subject and strive to engender the same in students.

  • Plan and deliver lessons that inspire, motivate and challenge students whilst ensuring that they are fully prepared for assessment tasks and are able to make the progress expected of them.

  • Encourage students to take a scholarly approach to their studies, fostering a love of learning and promoting the pursuit of their academic interests beyond the confines of the curriculum.

  • Create and maintain an engaging, exciting classroom environment that encourages discussion, debate and collaboration between students.

  • Ensure that students have an excellent understanding of the content outlined in departmental curriculum plans, and are able to apply it effectively.

  • Build stretch and challenge into teaching at every opportunity.

  • Use a variety of formative and summative assessment techniques to measure students’ progress and achievement, and inform teaching.

  • Provide individualised support to students who are underperforming.

  • Make effective and timely use of feedback (written, verbal and otherwise) to support students in understanding their current achievement levels and what they can do to improve them.

  • Maintain high expectations of the quality of students’ work, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are underperforming.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ engagement and work ethic, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are not meeting them.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ behaviour, collegiality, attendance and punctuality, in line with School policy, ensuring that relevant procedures are followed if these are not met.

  • Ensure that teaching fosters the development of students’ knowledge and use of academic English, implementing appropriate support strategies for EAL students.

  • Implement classroom strategies prescribed by the Individual Needs Department for students with an Individual Needs Plan (INP).

  • Adopt a positive and developmental approach to academic monitoring activities such as lesson observations, work scrutiny, learning walks and student voice.

  • Assess, record and report on the attainment, effort and conduct of students in line with School and departmental assessment policies and procedures.

  • Assist in the development of departmental schemes of work and resources.

  • Maintain accurate records of student attendance through the School’s attendance system.

  • Fulfil a teaching commitment in line with the School policy and allocation.


Pastoral care



  • Act as form tutor to an assigned group of students and carry out that role in line with policy.

  • Always consider students’ welfare and best interests, striving to promote both at all times.

  • Develop strong relationships with students, providing guidance and support in both academic and pastoral matters.

  • Maintain positive relationships with parents with a focus on supporting their child(ren)’s academic and personal development.


Enrichment



  • Support the School’s academic enrichment programme by contributing to the McCabe Lecture series, supporting student-led academic societies and delivering taught enrichment sessions.

  • Attend School events and activities as directed by the Principal and voluntarily support events such as trips, Arts Festival events, sports fixtures (home and away) and musical performances by students, after school and at weekends.

  • Deliver co-curricular activities in line with School policy.

  • Support the House Competition by attending events and encouraging student participation.


General responsibilities



  • Play a full part in the life of the School, supporting its distinctive aims and ethos, and be prepared to actively participate and contribute to the community activities that exist within the School.

  • Maintain familiarity with the School’s Guiding Statements, striving to embody and promote them at all times.

  • Work effectively as part of a subject and pastoral team.

  • Maintain high levels of professionalism and conduct, acting as a positive role model for students.

  • Carry out supervision duties as per published duty rotas.

  • Continue own professional development in relevant areas, including subject knowledge, pedagogy and others related to career and personal development goals.

  • Attend assemblies, staff meetings and training sessions as per published calendars.

  • Engage actively in the appraisal process.

  • Contribute to the preparation and implementation of academic and pastoral development plans, policy and practice.

  • Treat all students with dignity, building relationships rooted in mutual respect, and at all times observing proper boundaries appropriate to a teacher’s professional position.

  • Abide by the expectations laid out in the Academic Staff Handbook and the Staff Code of Conduct.

  • Maintain familiarity with, and follow, all school policies.


Safeguarding



  • Abide by the School safeguarding policy and keep abreast of any changes

  • Have regard for, and promote, the need to safeguard students’ wellbeing, maintaining awareness of cultural differences and related matters when dealing with students.


To Apply:


Applications are only accepted via https://internationalcareers-nlcs.icims.com/jobs/intro


For our job application process, we require:


1. A completed online application form


2. A cover letter, addressed to the NLCS (Singapore) Principal, Mr Paul Friend, outlining your suitability for the role


3. A CV


Please note that incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.

a year ago
Junior School PE & Health Teacher
NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.

$5500 to $13148 (Monthly)

NLCS (Singapore) is looking for an enthusiastic, highly qualified and committed PE & Health Teacher, with an outstanding track record of success, for August 2022. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the development of a new school, drawing on the significant educational expertise and resources of NLCS International.


The successful appointee will teach PE & Health throughout the Junior School, but may be required to support Senior School teaching should the timetable require it. All members of staff are expected to be involved in pastoral care within the school community, usually in the role of form tutor, and also to contribute actively to the extra-curricular life of the School.


Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The School expects all teaching staff, non‐teaching staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.


Teaching, learning & assessment



  • Demonstrate passion for the subject and strive to engender the same in students.

  • Plan and deliver lessons that inspire, motivate and challenge students whilst ensuring that they are fully prepared for assessment tasks and are able to make the progress expected of them.

  • Encourage students to take a scholarly approach to their studies, fostering a love of learning and promoting the pursuit of their academic interests beyond the confines of the curriculum.

  • Create and maintain an engaging, exciting classroom environment that encourages discussion, debate and collaboration between students.

  • Ensure that students have an excellent understanding of the content outlined in departmental curriculum plans, and are able to apply it effectively.

  • Build stretch and challenge into teaching at every opportunity.

  • Use a variety of formative and summative assessment techniques to measure students’ progress and achievement, and inform teaching.

  • Provide individualised support to students who are underperforming.

  • Make effective and timely use of feedback (written, verbal and otherwise) to support students in understanding their current achievement levels and what they can do to improve them.

  • Maintain high expectations of the quality of students’ work, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are underperforming.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ engagement and work ethic, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are not meeting them.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ behaviour, collegiality, attendance and punctuality, in line with School policy, ensuring that relevant procedures are followed if these are not met.

  • Ensure that teaching fosters the development of students’ knowledge and use of academic English, implementing appropriate support strategies for EAL students.

  • Implement classroom strategies prescribed by the Individual Needs Department for students with an Individual Needs Plan (INP).

  • Adopt a positive and developmental approach to academic monitoring activities such as lesson observations, work scrutiny, learning walks and student voice.

  • Assess, record and report on the attainment, effort and conduct of students in line with School and departmental assessment policies and procedures.

  • Assist in the development of departmental schemes of work and resources.

  • Maintain accurate records of student attendance through the School’s attendance system.

  • Fulfil a teaching commitment in line with the School policy and allocation.


Pastoral care



  • Act as form tutor to an assigned group of students and carry out that role in line with policy.

  • Always consider students’ welfare and best interests, striving to promote both at all times.

  • Develop strong relationships with students, providing guidance and support in both academic and pastoral matters.

  • Maintain positive relationships with parents with a focus on supporting their child(ren)’s academic and personal development.


Enrichment



  • Support the School’s academic enrichment programme by contributing to the McCabe Lecture series, supporting student-led academic societies and delivering taught enrichment sessions.

  • Attend School events and activities as directed by the Principal and voluntarily support events such as trips, Arts Festival events, sports fixtures (home and away) and musical performances by students, after school and at weekends.

  • Deliver co-curricular activities in line with School policy.

  • Support the House Competition by attending events and encouraging student participation.


General responsibilities



  • Play a full part in the life of the School, supporting its distinctive aims and ethos, and be prepared to actively participate and contribute to the community activities that exist within the School.

  • Maintain familiarity with the School’s Guiding Statements, striving to embody and promote them at all times.

  • Work effectively as part of a subject and pastoral team.

  • Maintain high levels of professionalism and conduct, acting as a positive role model for students.

  • Carry out supervision duties as per published duty rotas.

  • Continue own professional development in relevant areas, including subject knowledge, pedagogy and others related to career and personal development goals.

  • Attend assemblies, staff meetings and training sessions as per published calendars.

  • Engage actively in the appraisal process.

  • Contribute to the preparation and implementation of academic and pastoral development plans, policy and practice.

  • Treat all students with dignity, building relationships rooted in mutual respect, and at all times observing proper boundaries appropriate to a teacher’s professional position.

  • Abide by the expectations laid out in the Academic Staff Handbook and the Staff Code of Conduct.

  • Maintain familiarity with, and follow, all school policies.


Safeguarding



  • Abide by the School safeguarding policy and keep abreast of any changes

  • Have regard for, and promote, the need to safeguard students’ wellbeing, maintaining awareness of cultural differences and related matters when dealing with students.


To Apply:


Applications are only accepted via https://internationalcareers-nlcs.icims.com/jobs/intro


For our job application process, we require:


1. A completed online application form


2. A cover letter, addressed to the NLCS (Singapore) Principal, Mr Paul Friend, outlining your suitability for the role


3. A CV


Please note that incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.

a year ago
Mathematics Teacher
NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.

$5500 to $13148 (Monthly)

NLCS (Singapore) is looking for an enthusiastic, highly qualified and committed Mathematics Teacher, with an outstanding track record of success, from August 2022. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the development of a new school, drawing on the significant educational expertise and resources of NLCS International.


The successful appointee will teach Mathematics throughout the senior school age range. All members of staff are expected to be involved in pastoral care within the school community, usually in the role of form tutor, and also to contribute actively to the extra-curricular life of the School.


Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The School expects all teaching staff, non‐teaching staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.


Teaching, learning & assessment



  • Demonstrate passion for the subject and strive to engender the same in students.

  • Plan and deliver lessons that inspire, motivate and challenge students whilst ensuring that they are fully prepared for assessment tasks and are able to make the progress expected of them.

  • Encourage students to take a scholarly approach to their studies, fostering a love of learning and promoting the pursuit of their academic interests beyond the confines of the curriculum.

  • Create and maintain an engaging, exciting classroom environment that encourages discussion, debate and collaboration between students.

  • Ensure that students have an excellent understanding of the content outlined in departmental curriculum plans, and are able to apply it effectively.

  • Build stretch and challenge into teaching at every opportunity.

  • Use a variety of formative and summative assessment techniques to measure students’ progress and achievement, and inform teaching.

  • Provide individualised support to students who are underperforming.

  • Make effective and timely use of feedback (written, verbal and otherwise) to support students in understanding their current achievement levels and what they can do to improve them.

  • Maintain high expectations of the quality of students’ work, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are underperforming.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ engagement and work ethic, liaising with the Head of Department and other relevant staff to implement support strategies for those who are not meeting them.

  • Maintain high expectations of students’ behaviour, collegiality, attendance and punctuality, in line with School policy, ensuring that relevant procedures are followed if these are not met.

  • Ensure that teaching fosters the development of students’ knowledge and use of academic English, implementing appropriate support strategies for EAL students.

  • Implement classroom strategies prescribed by the Individual Needs Department for students with an Individual Needs Plan (INP).

  • Adopt a positive and developmental approach to academic monitoring activities such as lesson observations, work scrutiny, learning walks and student voice.

  • Assess, record and report on the attainment, effort and conduct of students in line with School and departmental assessment policies and procedures.

  • Assist in the development of departmental schemes of work and resources.

  • Maintain accurate records of student attendance through the School’s attendance system.

  • Fulfil a teaching commitment in line with the School policy and allocation.


Pastoral care



  • Act as form tutor to an assigned group of students and carry out that role in line with policy.

  • Always consider students’ welfare and best interests, striving to promote both at all times.

  • Develop strong relationships with students, providing guidance and support in both academic and pastoral matters.

  • Maintain positive relationships with parents with a focus on supporting their child(ren)’s academic and personal development.


Enrichment



  • Support the School’s academic enrichment programme by contributing to the McCabe Lecture series, supporting student-led academic societies and delivering taught enrichment sessions.

  • Attend School events and activities as directed by the Principal and voluntarily support events such as trips, Arts Festival events, sports fixtures (home and away) and musical performances by students, after school and at weekends.

  • Deliver co-curricular activities in line with School policy.

  • Support the House Competition by attending events and encouraging student participation.


General responsibilities



  • Play a full part in the life of the School, supporting its distinctive aims and ethos, and be prepared to actively participate and contribute to the community activities that exist within the School.

  • Maintain familiarity with the School’s Guiding Statements, striving to embody and promote them at all times.

  • Work effectively as part of a subject and pastoral team.

  • Maintain high levels of professionalism and conduct, acting as a positive role model for students.

  • Carry out supervision duties as per published duty rotas.

  • Continue own professional development in relevant areas, including subject knowledge, pedagogy and others related to career and personal development goals.

  • Attend assemblies, staff meetings and training sessions as per published calendars.

  • Engage actively in the appraisal process.

  • Contribute to the preparation and implementation of academic and pastoral development plans, policy and practice.

  • Treat all students with dignity, building relationships rooted in mutual respect, and at all times observing proper boundaries appropriate to a teacher’s professional position.

  • Abide by the expectations laid out in the Academic Staff Handbook and the Staff Code of Conduct.

  • Maintain familiarity with, and follow, all school policies.


Safeguarding



  • Abide by the School safeguarding policy and keep abreast of any changes

  • Have regard for, and promote, the need to safeguard students’ wellbeing, maintaining awareness of cultural differences and related matters when dealing with students.


To Apply:


Applications are only accepted via https://internationalcareers-nlcs.icims.com/jobs/intro


For our job application process, we require:


1. A completed online application form


2. A cover letter, addressed to the NLCS (Singapore) Principal, Mr Paul Friend, outlining your suitability for the role


3. A CV


Please note that incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.

a year ago
Junior School Teacher
NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.

$5500 to $13148 (Monthly)

NLCS (Singapore) is looking for enthusiastic, highly qualified and committed Junior School Teachers (Pre KG to Grade 5), with outstanding track record of success, from August 2022. This is a unique opportunity to join an outstanding school at an exciting stage of our development, drawing on the significant educational expertise and resources of NLCS International.


The successful candidate will be a Classroom Teacher for up to 24 students, and will be responsible for their well-being, teaching and learning; they will be assisted by teaching assistants, with some subjects being taught by specialist teachers. The appointee will also be responsible for organising the work of the teaching assistants and share in responsibilities for curriculum displays, performances and organising some aspects of special events. All teachers within the Junior School will work closely with the Deputy Head (Curriculum).


The Junior School shares its aims with the Senior School, providing an ambitious, stimulating subject rich education for children aged 3-11. This is led by the Classroom Teachers who provide a safe and supportive learning environment with strong pastoral care, which prepares students to be confident when they enter the Senior School aged 11. In keeping with the School’s pastoral policy and the School’s aims and values, the appointee will offer support to the learning and pastoral needs of individual students, where required. All members of staff are expected to contribute actively to the co-curricular life of the School. The school is a candidate school to offer the PYP and we are excited about the unique experiences that the NLCS and PYP approaches will provide to our students.


Main Responsibilities:



  • To be responsible for, and teach, a class of students in a variety of subject areas

  • Completing weekly planning of lessons that are inspiring and challenging, and emphasise content as well as concepts and skills, including preparation of resources

  • Daily liaison with other staff such as TAs, ESL assistants and Junior School coordinators

  • Setting regular assessments with an awareness of each student’s capabilities and recording attainments

  • Reporting and providing regular feedback on student’s progress to senior staff and parents at designated times in the term and year

  • Showing commitment to and embracing the NLCS ethos through understanding and living the core values of the school as stated through the aims of the school, both inside and outside the classroom

  • Maintaining good order and discipline amongst students and following, promoting and adhering to the rewards and sanctions policy and all other aspects of the school's behaviour policy

  • Participating in meetings which relate to the school's management, curriculum, administration or organisation

  • Ensuring that displays, both inside and in the immediate area outside the classroom, are vibrant, colourful and can be used at the relevant times interactively

  • Participating in the performance management system for the appraisal of their own performance or that of other teachers.

  • Undertaking pastoral duties and support students on an individual basis through academic or personal difficulties

  • Participating in and organising extracurricular activities, such as outings and sporting events (e.g. Sports Day)

  • Participating in regular in-service training (INSET) opportunities as part of continuing professional development (CPD)


Safeguarding



  • Abide by the school safeguarding policy and keep abreast of any changes


To Apply:


Applications are only accepted via https://internationalcareers-nlcs.icims.com/jobs/intro


For our job application process, we require:


1. A completed online application form


2. A cover letter, addressed to the NLCS (Singapore) Principal, Mr Paul Friend, outlining your suitability for the role


3. A CV




Please note that incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.


The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The School expects all teaching staff, non‐teaching staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.

a year ago
Compliance Manager
NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.

$5000 to $6000 (Monthly)

NLCS (Singapore) believes that each employee makes a significant contribution to our success and that contributions should not be limited by the assigned responsibilities.


Therefore, this position description is designed to outline primary duties, qualifications, and job scope, but not limit the employee, nor NLCS (Singapore), to only the work identified. It is the expectation of the school, that each employee will offer his/her services wherever and whenever necessary to ensure the success of our organisation.


Our School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The School expects all teaching staff, non‐teaching staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.


The Compliance Manager's role is to make sure that the school is conducting its business in full compliance with all national and international laws and regulations that pertain to the education industry, as well as professional standards, accepted business practices, and internal standards.


Our Compliance Manager must have an innate and intuitive knowledge of the school’s goals and culture, as well as of the greater education industry and standard business law. They are charged not just with keeping a school’s business dealings ethically sound and legally pristine, but with educating the entire school and instituting practices that will ensure the highest possible level of compliance.


They are specifically responsible for ensuring the School’s policies and procedures comply with regulatory and accreditation standards and to ensure that our operations comply with our policies and procedures to achieve compliance with the external regulations.


The Compliance manager has responsibility to review and make suggestions to update the schools insurance coverage.


They are also a valued resource in the school’s risk management approach. They have a responsibility to manage all our risk management processes.


Key Responsibilities:



  • Manage and document policies and procedures for all departments/areas/functions

  • Contribute towards the ongoing review of school policies by leading the school’s internal review process

  • Organise and manage



  1. CPE EduTrust requirements

  2. CPE ERF requirements



  • Oversee and manage the requirements by all other authorities/agencies/bodies

  • Assist to ensure compliance with data processing and data protection

  • Ensure that various departments within the school comply with Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) through internal audits

  • Prepare and share finds of audit reports and follow-up on non-compliance to closure.

  • Trend and provide regular updates to management on audits, inspections, and outcomes.

  • Track and monitor corrective actions arising from audits, inspections and investigations.

  • Provide compliance support and keep up to date on regulatory developments

  • Facilitate compliance-related training for the senior team and staff to promote a compliance culture within the school

  • Advise internal stakeholders on regulatory guidelines

  • Ensure that any and all regulatory reports that are provided to regulatory or government bodies are approved by the school management team prior to submission

  • To perform any other duties as assigned by the management, stakeholders and reporting manager


Safeguarding:



  • Abide by the school safeguarding policy and keep abreast of any changes.


Qualifications/Skills



  • Relevant Degree or equivalent

  • Minimum 5 years’ of working experience in compliance, risk management or internal audit

  • A level-headed, clear communicator

  • Ethical and principled

  • Fair and modest: Willing to scrutinize all the facts without making judgment

  • Proactive: A honed alertness and vigilance to potential breaches in compliance.

  • Intelligent and willing to keep learning

  • Diligent: must be willing to see an issue through to resolution.

  • A strong constitution and extra conviction: Strength to stand by difficult decisions and be more influenced by right versus wrong than by relationships. Willing to take the lead in setting the tone for integrity.

  • Experience and knowledge in ISO, Auditing, EduTrust and CPE requirements

  • Organised and detail oriented

  • A genuine team player and collaborator

  • Self motivated and self directed

  • Efficient time management skills

  • Prior experience in the education industry is preferred


To apply, please email the following documents in PDF format to recruitment@nlcssingapore.sg before the application closing deadline.



  • A completed NLCS application form (which can be found on the school website)

  • A Cover Letter, stating your suitability for the role

  • A copy of your Curriculum Vitae (CV)


Please note incomplete submissions will not be processed and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.

a year ago
Junior School PE & Health Teacher
NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.

$5500 to $11000 (Monthly)

NLCS (Singapore) is looking for an enthusiastic, highly qualified and committed Junior School PE & Health Teacher, with an outstanding track record of success, for January 2022. This is a unique opportunity to join a leading international school as it enters an exciting new phase of development.


The successful appointee will teach PE & Health in the Junior School, although some support with Senior School teaching may be required from time to time. The Junior School shares its aims with the Senior School, providing an ambitious, stimulating subject-rich education for children aged 3-11. This is led by the Classroom Teachers who provide a safe and supportive learning environment with strong pastoral care, which prepares students to be confident when they enter the Senior School aged 11. In keeping with the School’s pastoral policy and the School’s aims and values, the appointee will offer support to the learning and pastoral needs of individual students, where required. All members of staff are expected to contribute actively to the co-curricular life of the School. The school is a candidate school to offer the PYP and we are excited about the unique experiences that the NLCS and PYP approaches will provide to our students.


Subject teachers, responsible to their Head of Department, are accountable for the outcomes and achievements of the students they teach. All subject teachers are expected to be a professional and active member of the NLCS (Singapore) community, working as part of the team to raise standards, improve outcomes and opportunities for all students and encourage students to embrace the NLCS ethos.


All members of staff are also expected to be involved in pastoral care within the School community, usually in the role of form tutor or co-tutor, and also to contribute actively to the extra-curricular life of the School.


Main Responsibilities:


Teaching, Learning and Assessment



  • Set high expectations that inspire, motivate and challenge students.

  • Ensure all lessons are prepared and taught in a way that inspires and enthusesstud ents so that they are encouraged to develop a love of learning and a pursuit of scholarship.

  • Create and maintain an engaging, exciting and an orderly classroom.

  • To build in stretch and challenge to their teaching at every possible opportunity.

  • Ensure that students make the expected levels of progress for a student at NLCS (Singapore).

  • Ensure that English speaking and ESL curricular initiatives are reflected in the learning experience for all students through the teaching of all subjects.

  • Maintain high standards of behaviour and expectations of how students work cooperatively with each other within the classroom and in co-curricular activities to facilitate high standards of teaching, scholarship and success.

  • Encourage and maintain high standards of attendance, punctuality and work by students.

  • Adopt a positive and developmental approach to monitoring activities such as lesson observation feedback, work scrutiny, learning walks and student voice.

  • Make use of formative and summative assessment to secure students’ progress.

  • Assess, record and report on the attendance, progress, development and attainment of students and retain these records within the departments and school database.

  • Report, evaluate and analyse student’s progress and areas for development at set times in line with the schools assessment policy.

  • Identify individual and groups of underperforming students through the existing school systems outlined in the schools assessment policy.

  • Provide feedback to students in both written and verbal form that will support students better understanding of their achievement to date and what is needed to progress further.

  • Work with the Head of Department and House staff to implement strategies to address the underperformance of individual and groups of students.

  • Ensure the effective deployment of additional support staff such as ESL teachers within the classroom.

  • Assist in the development of appropriate schemes of work and resources for the subject area.

  • Maintain accurate records of student progress and assessments and attendance registers.

  • Fulfil a teaching commitment in line with the school policy and allocation.

  • Deliver co-curricular activities in line with school policy.


Other Responsibilities of a Subject Teacher



  • To work professionally and effectively as part of a subject and house team

  • To be a positive professional role model for all students.

  • Treat all students with dignity, building relationships rooted in mutual respect, and at all times observing proper boundaries appropriate to a teacher’s professional position.

  • To be a form tutor to an assigned group of students and carry out that role in line with policy.

  • To carry out supervision duties as directed in the duty rota.

  • Fulfil a minimum of one duty per week in line with school policy.

  • Continue own professional development in relevant areas including subject knowledge teaching methodology and to attend relevant inset to develop career and personal development goals.

  • Engage actively in the appraisal process.

  • Communicate effectively with parents using translators where appropriate.

  • Be familiar with, and follow, all school policies.

  • Contribute to the preparation of subject and house development plans, policy and practice as part of the subject and house team.

  • Support the student led academic societies through either contributing to the subject specific lecture programme or attendance at society events.

  • Play a full part in the life of NLCS (Singapore) to support its distinctive aims and ethos and be prepared to actively participate and contribute to the community activities that exist within the school.

  • Attend school events and activities as directed by the Principal and voluntarily support events such as house day trips, Arts week events, sports fixtures home and away and musical performances by students after school and at weekends.


Safeguarding



  • Abide by the school safeguarding policy and keep abreast of any changes




Professional Qualifications/Experience



  • Bachelor’s Degree

  • Minimum 3 years of teaching experience within a school or other education environment


Application Process


Please submit your online application via https://internationalcareers-nlcs.icims.com/jobs/intro


For our online job application process, we require:


1. A completed online application form


2. A cover letter, addressed to the NLCS (Singapore) Principal, Mr Paul Friend, outlining your suitability for the role


3. A CV




Please note that incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.

a year ago
Operations Executive
NORTH LONDON COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD.

$2800 to $4000 (Monthly)

NLCS (Singapore) believes that each employee makes a significant contribution to our success and that contributions should not be limited by the assigned responsibilities.


Therefore, this position description is designed to outline primary duties, qualifications, and job scope, but not limit the employee, nor NLCS (Singapore), to only the work identified. It is the expectation of the school, that each employee will offer his/her services wherever and whenever necessary to ensure the success of our organisation.


Our School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The School expects all teaching staff, non‐teaching staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.


Our Operations Executive is responsible for providing day-to-day administration and logistical support, working closely with other departments to assist with the smooth running of the school. This person will be quick to learn about the organization and begin to interact with various key stakeholders. Our Operations Executive should be an experienced team player who brings enthusiasm and a proactive mindset.


Main Responsibilities:


Operations



  • Provide administrative and logistical support across all areas of school operations, as directed by the Operations Manager. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Support for school events and activities, which may be outside of school hours

  • Support the procurement and inventory management of school resources

  • Assist with the coordination between departments, working closely with the facilities team

  • Providing liaison, guidance and direction to the various sub-contracted operational functions such as food services, transport, cleaning and security.

  • Assist in the evaluation and review of the school’s various sub-contracted operational functions


Health and Safety



  • Ensure that Health and Safety requirements from formal school policies and Health & Safety Committee directives are implemented in full.

  • Provide administrative and logistical support to fire and emergency activities including drills.


Regulatory



  • Remain up to date with regulatory and compliance issues as pertaining to the area of responsibility.

  • Ensure familiarity with, and fully comply with the school’s data protection policies and procedures.


Safeguarding:



  • Abide by the school safeguarding policy and keep abreast of any changes.


Qualifications/Skills



  • Diploma and above, with at least 3 years of relevant experience

  • Excellent communication skills, to liaise with internal and external stakeholders

  • Proficient IT skills including Microsoft office applications

  • Must be able to manage day to day operations issues, through analysis and problem-solving

  • Ability to foster positive working relationships

  • Able to prioritise work, multi task and work in a fast paced environment

  • Flexibility to work on some Saturdays or outside of normal working hours is required


Application Process


Please complete and email the following to recruitment@nlcssingapore.sg in PDF format. Incomplete submissions will not be processed. We apologize in advance that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.



  1. Completed NLCS application form (which can be found on https://nlcssingapore.sg/current-opportunities/)

  2. A cover letter, addressed to the NLCS (Singapore) Principal, Mr Paul Friend, outlining your suitability for the role

  3. CV

a year ago