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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.

LEADERSHIP POSITIONS

ELEMENTARY DEPUTY PRINCIPAL

The Deputy Principal is a member of the Elementary Leadership Team. When necessary, the Deputy may assume the role of the Elementary Principal. He or she is expected to take a school-wide perspective and contributes to the overall leadership of the Elementary School and support the school vision and mission, as well as the strategic intent and initiatives set forth by the school-wide Leadership Team.

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TEACHING POSITIONS

EARLY YEARS TEACHER

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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EARLY YEARS TEACHER - BILINGUAL HOMEROOM TEACHER

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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HIGH SCHOOL SUBSTITUTE TEACHER

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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PCS G6-7 MATH AND SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR

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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PCS G8-10 MATH AND SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR

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.

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PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION TEACHER (ELV)

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 developing through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate MYP programs.

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PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION TEACHER (PART TIME)

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 developing through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate MYP programs.

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SECONDARY SCHOOL MYP MATH TEACHER

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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EARLY YEARS TEACHER (PRENURSERY – KG2)

The role of the Early Years Teacher (PreNursery – KG2) is essential to build and maintain a successful Early Years (aged 18 months – 6 years old) 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 and MYP programs.

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EARLY YEARS TEACHER (PRENURSERY – KG2) [4-MONTH MATERNITY COVER]

The role of the Early Years Teacher (PreNursery – KG2) is essential to build and maintain a successful Early Years (aged 18 months – 6 years old) 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 and MYP programs.

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OTHER TEACHING POSITIONS

ACADEMIC AND COLLEGE COUNSELLOR

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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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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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 - EARLY YEARS (PRENURSERY – KG2)

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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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 (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 MANAGER

The core purpose of the role of an Admissions Manager is:

  • to be a brand ambassador who understands the school’s value proposition and appreciates individual parent and student needs to effectively sell the school to prospective families.
  • develop a deep understanding of individual parent and student needs and appropriately tailor the approach to each situation to provide a personalised experience.
  • qualify and convert inquiries into firm applications, helping drive new enrolments

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APPLICATION SPECIALIST

The IT Subject Matter expert (SME) is an individual with a deep understanding of a particular domain process, function, technology and tools. He/She will be the domain expert and administrator within the IT team to assist with upgrades, solve specific problems / technical challenges and provide support to users.

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CCA ADMINISTRATOR

The CCA (Co-Curricular Activities) Administrator is responsible to construct and manage CCAs for Stamford American International School (SAIS) to ensure that student offerings are complete, current, and meet the expected standards of SAIS. Additionally, the role requires managing the day-to-day operations of the CCA program at the Woodleigh campus.

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HELPDESK SPECIALIST

Highly motivated tech-support professional skilled in troubleshooting, analyzing, and resolving technical problems, utilizing resolution procedures in schools assigned. Provision of professional and high level customer service ensuring unresolved issues and queries are promptly escalated as per protocol.

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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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