Employment Opportunity - Teacher of Economics (Full-time)
S ituated on a spacious, leafy campus with impressive facilities, SJI International High School is an independent coeducational Lasallian Catholic day school. Currently in its eleventh year, the school has grown steadily and enjoys an outstanding reputation for quality education in Singapore. The school follows a Southern Hemisphere academic year (January to December). The student body numbers some 1040 students (aged 12 - 18), with 390 IB Diploma students in Grades 11 and 12. Academic standards are very high. The average IB Diploma score for our most recent cohort of students was 37.2 points (in 2016), with 32.4% of our students achieving 40 points or more (a record for the school). Our most recent A*/A pass rate at IGCSE was 68% (34% at A*).
Academic excellence is, however, only part of the SJI International story. The school prides itself on its values driven and holistic programme. This includes service (a central part of our mission) and leadership programmes, an extensive range of co-curricular activities and an exciting outdoor education programme. Applications for teaching posts are welcomed from enthusiastic, ambitious teachers of all religious denominations who are prepared to support our Lasallian Catholic ethos and play a full part in our thriving school community.
Commitment to Safe Recruitment
SJI International is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people in its care. As an employer, the school expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and all post holders are appointed subject to satisfactory Enhanced Criminal Records Checks. Long-listed candidates will also be required to complete and sign an Information and Declaration Form, which includes a declaration of any previous disciplinary issues or criminal convictions.
SJI International is seeking to employ the following for July 2018 (newly appointed staff will need to arrive by Monday, 16th July, 2018)
Teacher of Economics (Full-time)
The Economics Department at SJI International strives for enterprising and active learning at both the IGCSE and IB levels. It ensures that Economics is placed in a contemporary setting and encourages students to take an imaginative approach to economic problems and their vision of the future. Accordingly, we are looking for a teacher with fresh ideas for teaching and learning of Economics and its future. Someone who can share their enthusiasm, knowledge and understanding with our highly motivated students and colleagues in the department during the development of new curricula would be welcomed! The teacher must have a degree in Economics.
All applications for this position must be submitted through Schrole. The link to our Schrole page can be found on our Employment Page or via the following Schrole link.
Candidates will be required to submit a letter of application (2 pages maximum) and an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae. You will also need to include the names and contact details of at least three referees (professional referees who have line managed you), one of which must be the Head of your current/most recent school (if this is not possible, please explain reason in your letter of application).
The closing date for receipt of applications for this position is Wednesday, 29 November. Interviews will take place by Skype or at the London Search Associates Fair.
For further details (including job descriptions and Conditions of Service), please visit our website.
For all teaching posts the successful candidates will have a good first degree in their teaching specialism, a recognised teaching qualification and a proven track record as inspirational teachers. Significant training and development opportunities are available for teachers (both in-house and through external providers) and the desire to take part in and contribute to collaborative school and personal development is essential. SJI International seeks to employ teachers who are willing to become fully involved in the holistic life of the school. Applicants are encouraged to highlight how they would enhance our thriving extra-curricular, service and / or outdoor education programmes.