SEN and Early Years
Southern International School, Hat Yai, Thailand (SIH) is looking to recruit a Special Education Needs Coordinator and Early Years teacher from April 2018 or sooner if an outstanding candidate comes forward.
We are a young school, in only our third year of operation, but we are experiencing strong growth, particularly in our early years and primary sections. We only have a few students with clearly identifiable special education needs but we need a professional with experience of identifying, assessing and supporting them. You will be working with our class and subject teachers to ensure that all our children get the best education we can provide, and working with parents to discuss their child’s needs and strategies that can used to support them at home.
We recognise that this combined role will make significant demands on time and energy, so we will ensure that the successful candidate gets the relief and resources necessary to make it work effectively.
You will be joining the school at an exciting period in its development. There are opportunities to develop yourself professionally and personally in a safe, happy, supportive environment. Hat Yai is a wonderful city and this partly explains why so many of our staff stay with us.
Please read the job description and person specification, and look at our website and Facebook pages to get a feel for working in SIH and living in Southern Thailand. Please specify in your letter of application when you would be available to start.
NOTE: We reserve the right to interview and offer to a strong candidate prior to the closing date. It is strongly recommended that candidates submit their applications as soon as possible. Southern International School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Please note that should your application be successful a police check will be undertaken in the country of origin; in the UK, a disclosure will be requested from the UK’s Disclosure and Barring Service.