Dyatmika School is a not for profit school on the beautiful island of Bali, Indonesia. We are seeking a qualified and experienced Art teacher to teach up to AS / A level (Cambridge). The position of Art Coordinator (subject leader) across the school is available for the right candidate. Contract is July 2018 - July 2020, renewable.
Minimum qualifications and experience:
- Relevant degree and full teaching qualification
- 5 years Secondary school teaching experience
- Experience teaching Advanced Level Art
It would also be an advantage to have:
- Middle Leadership experience
- Up to date understanding of research in education and effective pedagogy
- Working knowledge of the Cambridge International curriculum
- Experience of mentoring within a team of teachers
- Some Indonesian language skills
- High standard of teaching practice and a commitment to professional learning
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Strong team player
- Respect for a diverse school culture and capacity to adapt to life in Bali
Inclusive of attractive salary; initial accommodation / housing allowance; resettlement allowance; International medical insurance; visa costs; incoming flights / annual flights. Full details, including family benefits, are provided to short listed candidates.
Please send a CV, including your Skype, email and phone contacts; a photo and contacts for 2 referees and a covering letter that addresses the requirements of this vacancy - total not exceeding 4 pages. Email to: Julie Browett, Director firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the online TES form.
Application deadline: 27 January
The position may be filled ahead of the deadline. Short listed candidates will be interviewed via Skype.
About Dyatmika School
Dyatmika is currently in its 23rd year and has grown to offer a rich educational programme in English and Indonesian to students from the age of 3 to 18. Graduates go to prestigious colleges and universities in different parts of the world including the UK, Australia, the US, Japan, Holland, Italy and Indonesia.
At Dyatmika we value our teacher and promote Professional Development. As a result, our teachers remain with us for extended periods. Our International Teachers and Heads of School work collegially with their Indonesian counterparts to plan and deliver teaching programmes based on current, effective Teaching and Learning strategies.
Dyatmika’s mission is to develop confident, happy and academically successful individuals who know how to learn and are critical thinkers. The School Charter emphasises bilingual education; intellectual capacity; creativity; moral integrity; religious and social tolerance; civic responsibility; cultural preservation and sensible management of the natural environment.
The school itself is situated on a beautiful campus overlooking rice paddies, the beach and the ocean, just outside Sanur in Bali’s south east. As well as being a great place to work, Dyatmika is situated in a fascinating part of the world. Teachers at Dyatmika enjoy an excellent lifestyle as well as extensive travel, intercultural and leisure opportunities in Bali and around the region.