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Career Opportunities

Stamford American International School welcomes applications from qualified, experienced teachers looking for an international,, vibrant, challenging and rewarding teaching environment. 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.

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

If you are interested in working at Stamford American International School, but can’t find a suitable job opportunity listed online, please submit your application to careers@sais.edu.sg and we will keep your application active in our database for a future relevant opening.

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Testimonials

There’s a lot to love about working at Stamford. Of course, we have amazing access to technology and great tech support. As a teacher, I also get the chance to work with colleagues from all around the world in ways in which innovation is honored, and even expected, while growing my own knowledge base… But the best thing about Stamford? I would say it’s our student body! I’ve never taught in a school with such a diverse mix of students, and teaching here, I learn alongside students as we strive to master skills,  concepts, and content, and do so by producing beautiful work!

Mandala Barab

Individuals & Societies Teacher

The best thing about Stamford is its pledge to inspire our students to achieve their very best in all that they do. This pledge enables students to reach their personal goals to ultimately create their unique futures. Whether their best is in the classroom, the lab, on the pitch, the stage, or in the pool Stamford students have the opportunity to discover and develop their strengths and skills so that they are fully prepared for the future. I see students embracing these opportunities every day and hear about the beautiful journeys many students have taken after Stamford, making each day meaningful and valuable.

Jules Nicholson

Head of Secondary Drama and Performance

I love to catch the corridor conversations between the teachers and students, especially in Early Years and Elementary School. The occasional chiding and the repartee coming from the students put a smile on my face and remind me that we are molding them for the future.

Desmond Ng

Senior IT Relationship Manager

What I love most about working at Stamford American is the diverse team I work with. Everyone is supportive of each other and we have a strong leader. We all bring our different strengths to the team and very importantly, we have fun working together.

Grace La

School Nurse

LEADERSHIP POSITIONS

DEPUTY PRINCIPAL - HIGH SCHOOL

The Deputy Principal will work closely with the administrative team to engage faculty, families and other community members to ensure student success. The successful individual will demonstrate a deep understanding and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in words and actions.

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TEACHING POSITIONS

ACADEMIC SUPPORT TEACHER (HIGH SCHOOL) - SSD

The Student Support Department (SSD) is looking for a highly qualified Academic Support Teacher with previous experience in delivering academic intervention to join our team of multidisciplinary professionals. Utilizing a MTSS (Multi-Tiered Systems of Support Model), the Academic Support Teacher provides support through co-planning, co-teaching, consulting, and targeted content support and intervention support during study blocks. Academic Support teachers at the secondary level have a strong focus on collaborating with the team to support differentiation within the classrooms. Academic Support teachers also support students in building independence and habits that will support their success as they grow older.

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CURRICULUM LEAD / TEACHER (G8-10 LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE & INDIVIDUALS & SOCIETIES) - PCS

The PCS Curriculum Lead at Stamford American International School works closely with the PCS Principal and the Secondary IB Coordinators to develop and implement the PCS curriculum. Major areas of responsibility include program development and training / coaching of PCS teachers within the program. The PCS Curriculum Lead will also have a teaching role (grades 8-10 Language and Literature & Individuals and Societies).

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RELIEF TEACHER - HIGH SCHOOL

To meet the school’s vision through the objectives of the MYP program. To engage students from over 70 national and linguistic backgrounds in the AERO (American Education Reaches Out) standards.

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SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER - SSD

The Student Support Department (SSD) is looking for a highly qualified Special Education Teacher with previous experience in delivering individualized intervention to join our team of multidisciplinary professionals. Utilizing a MTSS (Multi-Tiered System of Support) Model, the primary role of the Special Education Teacher is to provide Tier 3/intensive intervention directly to students as well as design individualized education for students that require increased support, curricular modification, and explicit instruction.

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TEACHER (AP AND MYP/DP MATHEMATICS) - HIGH SCHOOL

To meet the school’s vision through the objectives of the IB MYP/DP and the American A.P. programs. To engage students from over 70 national and linguistic backgrounds in the AERO (American Education Reaches Out) standards. To participate fully in the expectations of the Stamford learning community that includes 1x duty per day, 1x co-curricular activity per week and 1x ‘advisory’ period per day.

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TEACHER (BILINGUAL) - ELEMENTARY

The role of the Bilingual Elementary Teacher 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.

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TEACHER (BILINGUAL HOMEROOM) - EARLY YEARS

The role of the Early Years Teacher (PreNursery – KG2) is essentially to build and maintain a successful Early Years Age 18 months – 6-year-old) 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 Bilingual Homeroom teacher has the added responsibility when designing learning experiences that two languages (Mandarin and English) are the languages during learning times. Some examples of the current Bilingual program can be found here.

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TEACHER (DRAMA) - ELEMENTARY

The role of the Elementary Drama Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful Drama program within the school by providing an educational atmosphere conducive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate PYP program. The drama teacher needs to have knowledge and experience in a variety of drama techniques, approaches and concepts and is comfortable teaching a variety of elementary school ages. The drama teacher will be expected to be actively involved in school productions, which will require some after school and weekend rehearsals.

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TEACHER (ELEMENTARY) - EAL

We are looking for a highly qualified English as an Additional Language (EAL) teacher with previous teaching experience in international education to join our team of high-quality professionals. The role of the EAL Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful EAL Program which includes; providing support for students with English language needs (beginning to intermediate), preparing EAL students to independently access our curriculum in English, to provide grade level and/or teacher training, to co-teach, co-plan, co-assess and co-reflect with the grade level homeroom teachers.

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TEACHER (ENGLISH) - MIDDLE SCHOOL

To meet the school’s vision through the objectives of the MYP program. To engage students from over 70 national and linguistic backgrounds in the AERO (American Education Reaches Out) standards.

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TEACHER (G6&7 LANGUAGE ACQUISITION) - PCS

The Preparatory Course for Secondary (PCS) is an initiative at Stamford for non-native English speakers entering into Grades 6-7 (Ages 11-14); The curriculum is developed by the PCS Curriculum Committee and based on the MYP Criteria. The PCS is offered in 20-week sessions and intends to provide an intensive, immersive, English language experience for students. Teachers will be expected to teach targeted English acquisition skills (Grammar, Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking) as well as co-teach the core content subjects of English Literature, Math, Science and Social Science.

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TEACHER (G6&7 LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE AND INDIVIDUALS AND SOCIETIES) - PCS

The Preparatory Course for Secondary (PCS) is a new initiative at Stamford for non-native English speakers entering into Grades 6-7 (Ages 11-14); The curriculum is developed by the PCS Curriculum Committee and based on the MYP Criteria. The PCS is offered in 20-week sessions and intends to provide an intensive, immersive, academic English language experience for students. Teachers will be expected to teach targeted English acquisition skills (Grammar, Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking) as well as co-teach the core content subjects of English Literature, Math, Science and Social Science.

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TEACHER (G6&7 MATH/SCIENCE) - PCS

The Preparatory Course for Secondary (PCS) is a new initiative at Stamford for non-native English speakers entering into Grades 6-7 (Ages 11-14); The curriculum is developed by the PCS Curriculum Committee and based on the MYP Criteria. The PCS is offered in 20-week sessions and intends to provide an intensive, immersive, academic English language experience for students. Teachers will be expected to teach targeted English acquisition skills (Grammar, Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking) as well as co-teach the core content subjects of English Literature, Math, Science and Social Science.

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TEACHER (G8-10 LANGUAGE ACQUISITION) - PCS

The Preparatory Course for Secondary (PCS) is an initiative at Stamford for non-native English speakers entering into Grades 8-10 (Ages 14-17); The curriculum is developed by the PCS Curriculum Committee and based on the MYP Criteria. The PCS is offered in 20-week sessions and intends to provide an intensive, immersive, English language experience for students. Teachers will be expected to teach targeted English acquisition skills (Grammar, Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking) as well as co-teach the core content subjects of English Literature, Math, Science and Social Science.

Please click here for the full job description.

TEACHER (G8-10 LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE AND INDIVIDUALS AND SOCIETIES) - PCS

The Preparatory Course for Secondary (PCS) is a new initiative at Stamford for non-native English speakers entering into Grades 8-10 (Ages 14-17); The curriculum is developed by the PCS Curriculum Committee and based on the MYP Criteria. The PCS is offered in 20-week sessions and intends to provide an intensive, immersive, academic English language experience for students. Teachers will be expected to teach targeted English acquisition skills (Grammar, Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking) as well as co-teach the core content subjects of English Literature, Math, Science and Social Science.

Please click here for the full job description.

TEACHER (G8-10 MATH AND SCIENCE) - PCS

The Preparatory Course for Secondary (PCS) is a new initiative at Stamford for non-native English speakers entering into Grades 8-10 (Ages 14-17); The curriculum is developed by the PCS Curriculum Committee and based on the MYP Criteria. The PCS is offered in 20-week sessions and intends to provide an intensive, immersive, academic English language experience for students. Teachers will be expected to teach targeted English acquisition skills (Grammar, Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking) as well as co-teach the core content subjects of English Literature, Math, Science and Social Science.

Please click here for the full job description.

TEACHER (HIGH SCHOOL) - EAL

Stamford is looking for a highly qualified English as an Additional Language (EAL) teacher with previous experience in international education to join our expanding team of high-quality professionals. The role of the EAL Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful EAL Program which includes providing support for students with English language needs and preparing EAL students for accessing our curriculum in English.

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TEACHER (HOMEROOM) - ELEMENTARY

The role of the Elementary Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful 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.

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TEACHER (INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)

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, DP, AP and BTEC programs as well as support the school’s Music Ensemble Program.

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TEACHER (MYP/DP MUSIC) - HIGH SCHOOL

The role of the Music Teacher is to build and maintain a successful general music program within the school. This includes teaching practical instrumental skills, music theory and aural development to students age 14 through 18, and importantly developing learning through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program, Diploma Program, and Level 3 BTEC Music Program. Key outcomes of students include performing, musicianship and composition skills.

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TEACHER (MYP ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE) - HIGH SCHOOL

To collaboratively plan, organize and implement an appropriate learning program in the context of an AP and IBO World School serving a dynamic and diverse community.

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TEACHER (MYP MATH) - MIDDLE SCHOOL

To meet the school’s vision through the objectives of the MYP program. To engage students from over 70 national and linguistic backgrounds in the AERO (American Education Reaches Out) standards using inquiry based methods to deepen student understanding.

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TEACHER (MUSIC) - EARLY YEARS

The role of the Music Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful general & Suzuki music program within the school. This includes teaching vocal and practical instrumental skills, music theory, and aural development to students aged 3 through 6, and importantly developing learning through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program. Performance of music skills by students is a key outcome, including musicianship and composition. The Stamford early childhood Music program draws heavily from aspects of the Suzuki program that aims to develop the whole child, including social, emotional, cognitive, kinesthetic, and musical skills. Through the use of a carefully designed curriculum, we aim to nurture child development, parent-child bonding, and awaken the child’s readiness for learning.

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TEACHER (MUSIC) - ELEMENTARY

The role of the Music Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful general music program within the school. This includes teaching vocal and practical instrumental skills, music theory, and aural development to students age 4 through 11, and importantly developing learning through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program. Performance of music skills by students is a key outcome, including musicianship and composition.

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TEACHER (NURSERY - KG2) - EARLY YEARS

The role of the Early Years Teacher (PreNursery – KG2) is essentially to build and maintain a successful Early Years Age 18 months – 6 year old) 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.

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TEACHER (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) - HIGH SCHOOL

The role of the PHE Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful Physical and Health Education program within the school by providing an educational atmosphere conducive to learning and development through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate MYP program, the BTEC Sport program and the Outdoor Education program.

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TEACHER (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) - MIDDLE SCHOOL

The role of the PE Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful Physical 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 MYP program.

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TEACHER (SCIENCE MYP AND AP/DP PHYSICS) - HIGH SCHOOL

To enable students to “achieve more than they believe they can” through the objectives of the IB MYP/DP/AP programs. To contribute to a curriculum based on the NGSS standards in the context of an IBO World School with over 75 nationalities. EAL experience in all disciplines is a plus. Additional responsibility includes 1x duty every second day, 1x co-curricular activity per week and 1x ‘advisory’ period per day.

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TEACHER (SCIENCE) - MIDDLE SCHOOL

To meet the school’s vision through the objectives of the IB MYP program. To contribute to a curriculum based on the NGSS standards in the context of an IBO World School with over 70 nationalities.

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TEACHER (SPANISH) - ELEMENTARY

The role of the Spanish Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful Spanish 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, MYP and DP programs.

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TEACHER (SS MYP MATH) - HIGH SCHOOL

To Inspire students to create their unique future through the objectives of the IB MYP programs. To contribute to a curriculum based on the Common Core standards in the context of an IBO World School with over 75 nationalities. EAL experience in all disciplines is a plus. Additional responsibility includes 1-2 supervision duties per week, 1x co-curricular activity per week and 1x ‘advisory’ period per day.

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TEACHER (VISUAL ART) - MIDDLE 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 Middle Years Program.

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OTHER TEACHING POSITIONS

BEHAVIOUR INTERVENTION SPECIALIST - SSD

The Student Support Department (SSD) is looking for a qualified Intervention Specialist (with previous experience in providing individualized intervention) to join our robust team of Multi-Disciplinary Professionals. Utilizing a MTSS (Multi-Tiered System of Support) Model, this position provides support to the designated divisional school in order to increase students’ level of academic engagement and social functioning. While the Intervention Specialist primarily supports students receiving special educational programming through the Intensive Support Program (i.e, Tier 3), this position would also involve providing intervention strategies for students in the referral process.

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COUNSELLOR (ACADEMIC AND COLLEGE) - HIGH SCHOOL

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

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COUNSELLOR (SOCIAL EMOTIONAL) - SSD

The Student Support Department (SSD) is looking for a highly qualified school counsellor to join our team of multidisciplinary professionals. This position implements a comprehensive school counselling program which utilizes a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) model by serving as a student advocate and working collaboratively to foster students’ academic achievement and social-emotional wellbeing.

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DIGITAL LEARNING COACH

At Stamford, we seek to redesign learning in a digital world to inspire, create, and personalize. We believe in empowering learners with the tools, skills, habits, and mindset to thrive in a complex world. We are looking for an open-minded, forward thinking innovator who is willing to take risks, try new things, push boundaries and create opportunities for learning.

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HEAD OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES

The Head of Student Activities is expected to support the school vision, mission and strategic plan and maintain a student-centered approach to the SAIS Co-Curricular Activity program. Working collaboratively with all members of the school community, the Head will execute and expand how the activities program fosters a culture of character development, life-long wellness, identity centered learning, inclusivity and belonging, school spirit, team building and sustainable participation at Stamford.

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LIBRARY ASSISTANT

The library assistant helps keep the library running smoothly during daily operations. Performs responsible and varied clerical work in circulation, interlibrary loan, materials processing and shelf maintenance. Provides friendly, high quality customer service to Library patrons.

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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

The Student Support Department is looking for a highly qualified, licensed Occupational Therapist (OT) with previous experience in school-based therapy to join our expanding team of multidisciplinary professionals. Utilizing a Multi Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) / Response-to-Intervention (RtI) Model, the primary role of the OT is to provide a range of interventions and consultation to the school community in order to increase students’ level of functional independence across all learning environments.

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RELIEF SCHOOL COUNSELLOR - SSD

The role of the Relief Counselor is to support the social emotional development of students in our secondary schools. The relief counselor will take on a significant role in safeguarding – supporting students and families, conducting risk assessments, and collaborating with teams to ensure student safety and wellbeing. The relief counselor will also support students in the form of one on one counseling, small group counseling, classroom observations, family meetings, and modeling of strategies/resources.

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RELIEF TEACHING ASSISTANT - EARLY YEARS

The role of the Relief 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. A Relief Teaching Assistant does not have set or scheduled hours as they are contacted by the relief coordinator when a permanent member of staff is off work.

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RELIEF TEACHING ASSISTANT (PRE-N – KG2) - EARLY YEARS

The role of the Early Years Relief Teacher (Prenursery – KG2) is essentially to build and maintain a successful Early Years Age 18 months – 6 year old) program within the school by following the lesson plan provided by the Homeroom Teacher.

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RELIEF TEACHING ASSISTANT - ELEMENTARY

The role of the Teacher 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.

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SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST - SSD

The Student Support Department (SSD) is seeking a PK-12 School Psychologist to serve as an integral part of student support teams comprised of administrators, school counselors, academic/early interventionists, related service professionals, classroom teachers, parents and students. As a systems thinker, the School Psychologist will play an active role in the implementation of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) to promote academic learning outcomes, social-emotional and behavioral wellbeing, as well as foundational skill development using strong assessment practices, effective teaching strategies, and supportive learning environments.

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SPEECH AND LANGUAGE THERAPIST

The Student Support Department (SSD) is looking for a highly qualified, licensed Speech and Language Therapist (SLT) with previous experience in school-based therapy to join our expanding team of multi-disciplinary professionals. Utilizing a MTSS (Multi-Tiered Systems of Support) Model, the primary role of the SLT is to provide a range of interventions and consultation to the school community to increase students’ speech and language development across all learning environments.

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TEACHER ASSISTANT - EAL

The role of the Teacher 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.

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TEACHER ASSISTANT - EARLY YEARS

The role of the Teacher 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.

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TEACHER ASSISTANT - ELEMENTARY

The role of the Teacher 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.

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TEACHER ASSISTANT - ELV EAL

The role of the Teacher 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.

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TEACHER ASSISTANT (MUSIC - PART TIME)

The role of the Music Teacher Assistant is essentially to assist the Instrumental Music and Performance [IMP] Teachers in the delivery of the Music Instrumental Program. Ensuring Elementary students arrive on time and are prepared for their instruction. In addition, supporting the wider music department within and outside the classroom to ensure students are safe, happy and learning in a positive and nurturing environment.

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TEACHER ASSISTANT - SSD

The role of the Teacher Assistant is essentially to assist the Intervention Specialist and Special Education Teacher 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.

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NON-TEACHING POSITIONS

ADMISSIONS AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

The Admissions and Business Development Manager is responsible for the strategic development and execution of Stamford local and regional expansion plan through expansion of our brand and marketing outreaches in key growth markets and industries through partnerships with chambers, agents, companies and feeder schools. With the purpose of ensuring Stamford continues to attract (and convert) new joiner students for recruitment at Stamford American International School across both the Woodleigh and Early Learning Village campuses.

The Admissions and Business Development Manager is the brand ambassador who understands the school’s value proposition and appreciates individual parent and student needs to effectively sell the school to prospective families to drive new enrolments.

They are accountable for recruiting quality agents and partners to support the overall student recruitment ambition goals, without compromising the compliance to internal admissions criteria for Stamford’s distinctive programs and external regulatory requirements around the Student Pass and Dependent Pass processes under the Immigrations and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), and the Committee of Private Education (CPE) guidelines.

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ASSISTANT AUDIO VISUAL SPECIALIST

  • To help develop a creative school, raising standards of education through innovative use of multi-media across curriculum.
  • To share resources and expertise within the school, offering increasing opportunities for communication and life- long learning.
  • The major responsibility of the Assistant AV Specialist (AV/Theater) is to ensure that the quality and functioning of audio and visual equipment within the school and maintain the operations of such equipment at several venues such as the theater, iLearns, Arenas and outdoor events. The Assistant AV Specialist (AV/Theater) must be familiar with microphones, speakers, sound systems, recording devices, digital and analog mixing boards, lighting board, projectors. The purpose of the Assistant AV Specialist (AV/Theater) is to install, configure, operate, maintain, takedown, and at times, conduct minor repair works.

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BOARDING AND GUARDIANSHIP MANAGER

The Boarding & Guardianship Manager is responsible for the programs and supports of boarding and guardianship students. This role involves supporting the vision and policies of the School and providing safe, effective, and comprehensive support for students who are living in Singapore without parents.

The role requires the Manager to be a self-motivated, reliable person with convening power, able to build strong relationships with a diverse group of adults to ensure the wellbeing of students. The role also requires organizational and administrative duties, as the Manager is charged with developing, implementing, and amending policies, processes, and practices.

The Manager reports to the Head of Safeguarding and works with multiple stakeholders, including staff and operations personnel, parents, students, and external stakeholders.

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT EXECUTIVE

To be the main contact person for all parents and visitors, ensuring the smooth running of the school’s Parent Helpdesk by providing efficient and professional customer service. To use a Stamford identity that incites advocacy from the community.

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LEAD SWIMMING COACH

SAIS Lions Swim Academy is seeking a forward-thinking, passionate and committed Lead Swim Coach to assist in the rebuild of the aquatics program. The Lead Swim Coach will be responsible for leading aspects of the competitive swim program and building upon the current ethos. They will identify and contribute to current philosophies and values.

The Lead Swim Coach will work towards an optimal athlete framework, considering the person, the athlete and the performer with sound scientific coaching principles. They must be adaptable to cope with our transient international environment, comfortable to coach Junior and Developmental squads through to Age Group or National level as required.

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PROCTOR

The integrity of the exam process is fundamental to any educational program because it provides a supervised check of the student’s knowledge and capability. The school therefore requires that prospective proctors understand their responsibilities and agree to ensure that integrity. The Proctor is responsible for administering the various school testing as assigned. This person must be committed to be available for assignment during the two-three main school wide MAP testing period, September, Jan-Feb and April-May, and other school testing/exam assignments as required.

When an individual is accepted as a proctor, they represent the school and are accountable to the testing/examination process. The Proctor should be comfortable with different age ranges of children and be able to maintain discipline in a class.

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SWIM TEACHER ASSISTANT CUM LIFEGUARD

The role of the Teacher Assistant is essentially to assist the Academic Teachers in the delivery of the aquatic education program within the classroom/swimming pool and support the activities within and outside the classroom/ swimming pool to ensure students are safe, happy and learning in a positive and nurturing environment. In addition, the role involves wider support and delivery of the learn-to-swim and swim academy program.

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