Invictus School Hong Kong is an independent, co-educational day school. We are offering K1 to Year 13. Students will be immersed in an inclusive and collaborative community that will foster a nurturing environment in which they can grow to their full potential.The vision for Invictus is simple; we will...

Invictus School Hong Kong is an independent, co-educational day school. We are offering K1 to Year 13. Students will be immersed in an inclusive and collaborative community that will foster a nurturing environment in which they can grow to their full potential.

The vision for Invictus is simple; we will create strong, well rounded global citizens who strive for excellence and embrace diversity. Invictus students are trained to become critical thinkers, and confident problem solvers who will persevere in looking for ways to better the world.

Visit our website at https://www.invictusschool.hk/

Primary School English Class Teacher - Immediate Start

Job level Entry
Work exp Minimum 2 Years
Education Bachelor Degree
Professional Qualification Bachelor of Education, PGDE, PGCE, Teacher License
Language English
Location
Tseung Kwan O
Employment type Full Time
Benefits Dental plan, Insurance plan, MPF, Performance bonus
Industry Education / Training
Job function Education / Training > Teacher - Primary / Secondary
Published On 02/09/2021

Job Overview 

To be responsible for all aspects of the social, physical, emotional, and educational development of a class of students within the Year 1 to 6 range. To work as an effective member of the school’s teaching team, carrying out duties within the classroom and the wider school, in line with the school’s plans and policies, and as requested by the Principal and management.

Job Responsibilities 

Core Class Role

  • Promote and maintain the school’s positive ethos and core values in partnership with all stakeholders;
  • Create and maintain a safe, well-managed, nurturing, and stimulating classroom learning environment;
  • Develop, resource, and implement effective lessons and units of work, according to the school’s curricular programmes and philosophy of teaching;
  • Meet the individual needs of all students through a differentiated and responsive range of appropriate teaching and learning strategies, flexible classroom arrangements, and targeted support;
  • Monitor and assess student progress in all social, physical, emotional, and educational areas through appropriate or required formative and summative assessment tools;
  • Provide effective and meaningful feedback to students;
  • Maintain accurate and efficient records for student attendance, participation, progress, and future development;
  • Communicate student progress, or concerns of any nature; to parents in an accurate, honest, and respectful manner, through meetings, reports, and informal feedback;
  • Carry out in an efficient and timely manner, other academic related administrative duties including curriculum planning; marking, report writing, testing, student evaluation, and other tasks of duties according to the school’s requirements;
  • Implement any specific programmes and strategies, including the deployment of educational assistants, for students identified as having individual needs (IN), in co-operation with the IN lead person/Principal and external professionals or agencies
  • Carry out typical teacher-related duties such as playtime supervision or student interviews
  • Collaborate professionally and constructively with a partner teacher in shared class situations

Wider Professional Role

  • Participate in school projects and functions, such as, training programmes, seminars, conferences, concerts, open houses, trips, residential visits, or celebrations as requested;
  • Take responsibility to lead a subject area, or aspect of school life
  • Contribute and collaborate in policy and programme development at a departmental, school, or organisational level
  • Participate in the school’s professional development and evaluation programmes
  • Support and co-operate with all other members of staff as they carry out their duties
  • Uphold professional standards within the school community, including confidentiality on all matters with regards to the school, its students and families, and its staff

 

Requirements

  • Native-speaker level English language capabilities
  • Minimum 2 years of classroom teaching experience;
  • Bachelor Degree in Education, or degree in another subject plus a PGCE or PGDE or equivalent;
  • Love teaching and enjoy working with young children;
  • Highly responsible, patient, friendly, creative and positive attitude;
  • Dedicated to a stable and long-term career;
  • Ability to work in Hong Kong preferred (HK ID Resident or HK Permanent ID);
  • A completed Sexual Conviction Record Check (SCRC) will be obligatory;
  • Demonstrate a high level of communication skills and strong problem-solving capabilities;
  • Strong ICT skills and high proficiency with educational and office software

 

Interested parties please submit the following to the Principal :

1. A complete c.v.,
2. Covering letter - outlining professional philosophy and approaches to teaching and learning, as well as relevant educational experience
3. Hong Kong Teacher License 

All applications and data collected will be treated in strict confidence and used exclusively for recruitment purposes only.