The full time teacher makes a full contribution to the provision of the quality educational programs in the school.
Teacher's role and responsibilities:
• Works from 0700 am until 1600 pm Monday through Friday.
• Assist with supervisory duties as required. These normally include the canteen, playground and classroom on a schedule basis.
• Attend team and staff meeting as required.
• Participate in all school activities, such as assemblies and parent conferences. If request to do so by the supervising teacher.
• Undertakes formal teaching according to the timetable drawn up by the principal.
• Carries out such other related duties and responsibilities as be reasonably be requested by the Principal within the limitation of the teacher’s contract.
Teaching and Homeroom Environment
• Creates a positive and stimulating academic and social environment and ensure that classroom, furnishing, resources and equipment are respected and looked after by students.
Planning and Organization
• Selects and reviews as necessary personal teaching strategies and programmes of study in line with the school’s curriculum and it’s statement of Philosophy and Objectives.
• Keep a full record of all lessons in such a form that they can easily be understood by coordinators and administrators, any of whom has the right to ask and see the record.
• Takes part, whenever possible in regular division or team meetings to discuss programmes of study, teaching methods, assessment, equipment and materials.
• Carriers out teaching-related tasks as requested by Administration.
• Plans and participates in year level or subject based field trips as requested.
• Supports the school and its programmes in a professional and collegial manner.
• Advices and cooperates with colleagues in determining year level and specialist programme.
• Takes an active role in leading committees that works to improve the image and operations of the school.
• Completes register, forms and records according to specified deadlines.
• Monitors student attendance at school and class and reports significant patterns to the Head of Department and the Principal.
• Carries out other administrative and organizational tasks as and when requested by the Headmaster.
• Play a full part in ensuring that students pay attention to official communications from the school.
• Ensure that student obey uniform regulations.
• Takes minutes of the staff meetings or other meetings as required by the Principal.
• Contribute to after-school activities and programmes.
• Provide a good personal example to students in terms of attitudes, dress, comportment, manners and punctuality.
• Helps create a united and effective professional team by exhibiting qualities of loyalty, tact, confidentiality, reliability, enthusiasm and efficiency.
The teacher shall also accept and discharge any other duties assigned by the Principal. On occasions when service is required of the teachers to extend working hours beyond the contracted time or to discharge his/her duties on a non-working day, the teacher must be willing to support the school in all official events and activities.
Head of Department role and responsibilities:
Assists the Deputy Principal in the general governance and daily operations by coordinating closely with teachers in the department they are heading.
• Charting Organisational Directions Through Leadership / Vision
• Charting Organisational Directions Through Strategic Planning & Administration
• Developing People Through Professional Development & Management of Staff
• Management of Processes Across Different Levels and Units
• Management of Resources Across Different Levels and Units
• Undertaking any other duties delegated by the Deputy Principal/ Principal/ Head of School.
• Bachelor's degree in Education
• Have a teaching certificate/diploma or equivalent
• Strong knowledge of subject matter and curriculum. Have at least 2-3 years experience in teaching ICT.
• Have a good command of spoken and written English.
• Have great leadership
• An engaging personality and teaching style.
• Good communication and classroom management skills.
• Planning, analytical, and administrative skills.
• Effective discipline skills.
• Initiative and creativity.
• Being highly responsible and reliable.
• Excellent ambassadorial and diplomatic skills.
• Ability to manage competing demands.
• Excellent delegation skills.
• Ability to develop skills and seek advice from a variety of sources.
• Ability to adapt to changing circumstances and willing/able to exercise judgements.