Taylor's International School, KL offers an English curriculum with a Malaysian flavour. The school is located in the centre of Kuala Lumpur and caters to students from Early Years through to Year 11 (IGCSE). The school is part of Taylor’s Education Group, Malaysia’s premier private education group which operates Garden International School, The Australian International School in Malaysia, and Nexus International Schools, as well as Taylor’s University. There are currently two Taylor’s International Schools, one in central KL and one in Puchong.
With a current enrolment of nearly 1800 students (with over 36 different nationalities), the majority of the teachers and students are Malaysian. The curriculum is so much more than just academic lessons and the school places an emphasis not only on academic excellence, but on character building, performing arts, as well as physical health and development. The school’s purpose statement is to “educate the youth of the world to take their productive place as leaders in the global community”, which encapsulates its holistic approach to education. All teachers undertake ongoing professional development, ensuring that they are up to date with research and best practices in pedagogy and information technology.
The school is looking for suitably qualified and experienced candidates for the role of Head of Mathematics in the Secondary school. Maths is a very successful subject in the school through to IGCSE, with students regularly achieving CIE “Top in the World” or “Top in Malaysia” awards in IGCSE Mathematics and IGCSE Additional Mathematics. The successful candidate would lead a team of 8 teachers.
Candidates should send a CV (max 2 pages, including the contact details for two referees and a passport photograph) and a supporting letter (max 2 pages) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that candidates should have a recognised teaching qualification, and at least 3 years teaching experience.
For further details about the school, please visit www.tis.edu.my
Closing date: Friday 2nd March 2018