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Stamford American International School welcomes applications from qualified, experienced teachers looking for a vibrant, challenging and rewarding teaching experience. Teaching candidates are evaluated on four key areas: high quality teaching practice, contribution to learning area and curriculum development, relationships with students, staff and parents and contribution to the whole school.

Cognita Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers and other third parties to share this commitment. Safer recruitment practice and pre-employment background checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed. Appointment is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check for regulated activity (if the candidate has lived in the UK) and/or criminal/police or equivalent background checks for all other countries inhabited (irrespective of whether you worked in those countries.

Stamford American International School invites applications from interested and fully-qualified individuals for the following open role(s). To be considered for the open role(s), the duly completed Job Application form (download here), a copy of your resume and all relevant educational certificates and transcripts/marksheets must be submitted to careers@sais.edu.sg.

TEACHING POSITIONS

College/Academic Counselor 

The role of the College/Academic Counselor is to advise students and parents through the college application process and provide guidance on their academic plans in relation to their future post-secondary goals.

Please find the full description here

School Nurse 

The school nurse is to provide medical support for all activities conducted at the School and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all students, teachers, staff and visitors to the premises through attendance to school safety concerns, allergy and disease control, medical records and maintenance, first aid and emergency procedures.

Please find the full description here

Educational Technology Integration Coach (Maternity Cover)

The role of the Educational Technology Integration Coach is to train and inspire students, teachers and the wider school community to integrate technology in the curriculum using the PYP, AERO Standards and the 2016 ISTE Standards for Students. The Educational Technology Coach will be innovative, creative and will promote the use of technology in the classroom in all areas of the curriculum. The Educational Technology Coach will work with students in Stamford’s Lower Elementary School, with both homeroom grade level and specialist teachers.

Please find the full description here

MYP Design Teacher

The role of the MYP Design Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful ICT program within the school by providing an educational atmosphere conductive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate MYP & DP programs.

Please find the full description here

Drama Teacher (Maternity Cover) 

The role of the Drama Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful Drama program within the school by providing an educational atmosphere conductive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate PYP and MYP programs. The drama teacher will be expected to be actively involved in school productions, which will require some after school and weekend rehearsals.

Please find the full description here

Early Years Suzuki Piano Music Teacher 

The role of our Instrumental Music Teachers is to build and maintain a successful music program within the school. This includes teaching instrumental techniques, performance skills, music theory and musical awareness to students ages 3 through 18. Staff are expected to work in conjunction with curriculum staff teaching the International Baccalaureate PYP, MYP and DP programs as well as support the schools’ Music Ensemble Program.

Please find the full description here

Early Years Suzuki Violin Music Teacher 

The role of our Instrumental Music Teachers is to build and maintain a successful music program within the school. This includes teaching instrumental techniques, performance skills, music theory and musical awareness to students ages 3 through 18. Staff are expected to work in conjunction with curriculum staff teaching the International Baccalaureate PYP, MYP and DP programs as well as support the schools’ Music Ensemble Program.

Please find the full description here

Drama Teacher - Elementary School 

The role of the Drama Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful Drama program within the school by providing an educational atmosphere conductive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate PYP and MYP programs. The drama teacher will be expected to be actively involved in school productions, which will require some after school and weekend rehearsals.

Please find the full description here

Visual Art Teacher (Elementary School)

The role of the Visual Art Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful Visual Art education program within the school by providing an educational atmosphere conductive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program.

Please find the full description here

Bilingual Elementary Teacher

The role of the Bilingual Elementary Teacher (KG2 – Grade 5) is essentially to build and maintain a successful Bilingual Elementary program within the school by providing an educational atmosphere conductive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate PYP.

Please find the full description here

Teacher Assistant - Bilingual 

The role of the Teaching Assistant is essentially to assist the Teachers in the delivery of the education program within the classroom and support the activities within and outside the classroom to ensure students are safe, happy and learning in a positive and nurturing environment.

Please find the full description here


Relief Teaching

Relief Teaching Assistant - To assist the teacher in the delivery of the education program within the classroom and support activities within and outside the classroom to ensure students are safe, happy and learning in a positive and nurturing environment.  The Relief Teacher Assistant should be comfortable with different age ranges of children and be able to instantly support a class.

Requirements:

  • Must be available on short notice
  • Relief Teacher - Recognized Degree in Education or related field with minimum 3 years full time teaching experience
  • Relief Teacher Assistant - Recognized Diploma/Certificate in Education or related field with relevant teaching aide experience in an educational setting and/or school environment
  • Excellent verbal and written English
  • Positive work attitude and initiative
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Expected working hours: Monday - Friday (8:00 am to 4:30 pm)

NON-TEACHING POSITIONS

Program Manager - School Events

Responsible for the effective management of running the Breakfast Club, CCA and the Afternoon club at the Village.

Please find the full description here