Wellington College International School Bangkok is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and operates recruitment procedures in line with the most up-to-date and rigorous guidelines from the UK.
We are looking for a dedicated, tireless, flexible, inspired, thoughtful, resilient, dynamic, reflective and creative Computing teacher to lead our provision across the Junior School in the first instance and then, possibly, the whole school as we grow through into Senior. Computing is an area of huge importance in a school - and it needs a relentless champion who will ensure that it is placed at the heart of the school.
Beginnings are such delicate times, as Frank Herbert says; he is certainly right when it comes to new schools: every member of our founding team must be ready to understand this delicateness, at the same time working robustly to build, strengthen and solidify the nascent ethos and culture of the school. Wellington College Bangkok is very fortunate to have the full support of our sister school in Berkshire as well as enormous assistance from the existing schools that make up Wellington College China. Ours is a global set of connected - yet very definitely independent - schools each of which has a clear imperative: to change the world for the better by being extraordinarily good institutions.
Please read the brief Job Description below in conjunction with the Class Teacher Job Description, which you will find in the downloadable Recruitment Booklet.
1.1. This role combines delivery of some aspects of Computing and Coding curriculums with staff training and guidance so that all Class Teachers are confident and competent with the use of computers and other devices across the curriculum. There is also a need for dynamic, high-quality and high-visibility co-curricular offerings. It is very important for the post-holder to promote Computing, Coding and linked areas strongly across the School and in the wider community.
2. Subject-Specific Responsibilities
2.1. To manage all aspects of Computing and Coding and to monitor and evaluate classroom practice and student achievement in these areas.
2.2. To act as a consultant and co-teacher to colleagues on the teaching of Computing and the use of computing and coding in the broader curriculum and keep up to date with recent curriculum and tech developments
2.3. To develop and review as appropriate whole-School policies and to promote and monitor their implementation in classrooms by supporting, advising and leading colleagues.
2.4. To advise on and develop resources and learning materials to support the curriculum and to plan and deliver INSET as required.
2.5. To write an action plan for Computing linked to School Development Planning.
2.6. To manage budgets for Computing and Coding (but not IT generally).
2.7. To report to the Head of the Junior School on the progress of students in Computing and Coding and on new initiatives.
2.8. To develop exciting co-curricular activities with a Computing/Coding focus.
If you would like to apply for this post, please submit, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, three documents: a letter of application, addressed to the Master, explaining your interest in this post; a full CV, including a recent photo (for identification purposes); a completed Application Form, which you can download from this page. Please do not attach any transcripts, copies of qualifications, testimonials or any other documents.