Our instrumental music program is well established and we are looking to further consolidate our music with the appointment of a voice specialist music teacher. As well as teaching regular classes through middle school and secondary they will also take on responsibility for extracurricular school choir practice and performances.
- Familiar with and support school ethos and standards of practice
- Cooperate and support decisions made by the School
- Solid understanding of subject area
- Possess competent classroom management, educational planning, and student follow-up skills
- Incorporate a variety of teaching and learning approaches including strategies for differentiation, teaching ESL students, enquiry-based learning, et cetera
- Communicate timely and constructively with parents
- Pay attention to details of the latest syllabi and curricula, plan and teach accordingly and effectively
- Exercise appropriate care for students’ intellectual, emotional and physical health
- Communicate with appropriate colleagues and administrators regarding school’s expectations regarding academic, behavioral and moral standards
- Cooperate with colleagues and show due diligence in planning and other paper work
- Show creativity in lesson planning, departmental activities and school-wide activities
The arts department is well supported at school of the nations and is a vibrant lively section of the school. The arts teachers have their own office space to allow collaboration and support between drama, music and he visual arts. Students from kindergarten through to IB come to our department for specialist lessons. In addition to scheduled classes we also offer extracurricular enrichment such as large-scale musical productions in our impressive auditorium, rock band, and clay club. Teachers who are positive, flexible, and capable with a palpable enthusiasm for their specialism tend to thrive in this highly rewarding setting.
Working Hours & Schedule
Teachers have 36 working hours per week, which is comprised of up to twenty 45-minute teaching periods, various responsibilities, and some planning time.
There are about 30 days of Macau and school holidays throughout the year which includes both Winter and Chinese Spring Festival breaks, plus about 60 days of summer holidays. Monthly working Saturdays—which often foster community engagement and extension activities—allow us to lengthen our holidays while still meeting contact day requirements.
Compensation & Benefits
The annual base salary range, including housing allowance, starts at approximately US$44,000, after tax. This does not include the annual travel allowance, new year’s bonus, pension contributions, and yearly re-enlistment bonus that is equivalent to one month’s salary. Furthermore, the government of Macau generously provides a teacher’s subsidy of at least US$580 per month. Taken together, the after-tax total compensation that teachers receive begins at US$57,500.
Benefits include local healthcare coverage, reduced tuition for up to two dependents to enroll in the school, assistance in finding an apartment including a one-week hotel stay, and an interest-free salary advance to assist with upfront housing costs if needed.
A bachelor’s degree in the subject you would teach OR a bachelor's degree in education with a junior/senior secondary qualification, including subject specific coursework qualification
Fluency in English, which is the medium of instruction
Learn more about our school and living in Macau: https://www.schoolofthenations.com/School_of_Nations.php?page=Working_at_SON
How to Apply
To apply for this position, which begins in the 2019-2020 academic year, please click the apply button and complete the simple application form. We strive to respond to all those who apply.