FOREIGN TEACHER - SPANISH SUBJECT- HO CHI MINH CITY

Indochina International Education Development Corporation (IEDG) (view profile)
Salary Range: Negotitaion
Available until: May 31, 2023

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at Indochina International Education Development Corporation (IEDG) (view profile)
Location TP HCM
Date Posted 2022-08-08
Category IELTs / TOEIC / TEFL Teaching
Academic English
Job Type Full-time
Are you willing to accept and support qualified teachers currently outside of Vietnam? Yes
Nationality of candidate: American, Australian, British, Canadian, Irish, New Zealand, South African, European, Filipino, Other
Experience 1 - 2 years
Candidate Requirements Bachelor's Degree
Where is the employer located: TP HCM
Salary: Negotitaion

Description

POSITION: FOREIGN TEACHER (TEACHING THE SPANISH SUBJECT)

1. JOB DETAILS:

We are looking for candidates for Spanish Teaching Position for International Schools in Ho Chi Minh City :
• The Pennsylvania American International School.

Our campuses:
• Campus 04 Nguyễn Thông :
Address: No.04 Nguyễn Thông street, Võ Thị Sáu Ward, District 3, HCMC.
• Campus Ba Tháng Hai:
Address: No.10 Ba Tháng Hai street, Ward 12, District 10, HCMC.

With following job details:

 1.1. JOB DESCRIPTION:

  • To teach diligently and faithfully the Spanish classes or subjects assigned to the Board of Principals.
  • Manage student learning through effective teaching in accordance with The school policy & regulation.
  • Create a lively, communicative atmosphere in the class that is conducive to teaching and learning;
  • Be immediately responsible for the processes of identification, assessment, recording and reporting for the students in their charge.
  • Track student progress, monitoring achievement against targets set, and take appropriate action on student outcomes.
  • Assess students’ work systematically and use the results to inform future planning, teaching and curricular development.
  • Be familiar with statutory assessment and reporting procedures and prepare and present informative, helpful and accurate reports to parents.
  • Keep an accurate register of students for each lesson.
  • Encourage diligence, organization, responsibility, self-reliance, co-operation, teamwork, honesty, understanding, and tolerance in students;
  • Ensure appropriate behavior of students in class and around the School;
  • To ensure that the attendance of students for every school day is recorded in the teacher portal supplied by the School;
  • Maintain student records in accordance with the school policies and the guidelines issued by the Vietnam MoET, Ministry of Education, The Western Australia School Curriculum, The International Baccalaureate, The Pennsylvania American School Curriculum, and Standard Authority. This includes assessment records, progress records, classroom planning records (such as a daily planner), curriculum planning, as designated, attendance information, curriculum scope, and sequence;
  • Write, supervise and mark tests and exams as appropriate; produce weekly, end of term, yearly, transfer and other necessary reports as required by the Board of Principals;
  • Review student progress weekly and when appropriate, provide additional academic assistance for students as an extension to the instructional part of the day;
  • To participate in a program of activities other than classroom instruction that advance student; education and education-related goals, and includes but is not limited to activities having to do with school-related sports, arts, and cultural activities;
  • Work effectively as a member of Teaching Teams to improve the quality of teaching and learning, by contributing to the Academy Improvement Plan and implementing and monitoring change.
  • Implement new initiatives, Academy, local or national, by adapting classroom procedures accordingly, monitoring progress and reflecting on pedagogical outcomes.
  • Use positive management of behavior in an environment of mutual respect that allows students to feel safe and secure and promotes their self-esteem.
  • Communicate with students, staff and parents in a positive, friendly and professional manner.
  • Cover for absent colleagues when necessary;
  • Other relating duties assigned by Board of Principals.

1.2 WORKING HOUR:

40 hours per week (7:30 – 17:00) from Monday to Friday.

1.3. BENEFITS:

  • Negotiated & competitive salary package.
  • A package of social, health insurance.
  • A package of international health & accident insurance.
  • Annual leave & sick leave policy.
  • A free lunch provided by School.
  • Paid National and School holidays.
  • Work permit, visa/TRC supported & sponsored by School.
  • Tuition fee exemption for Children.
  • Annual salary review.
  • Contract completion bonus.
  • Flight ticket bonus policy.
  • Summer course teaching bonus.
  • Other benefits as company policy for positions.

2. JOB REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum a Bachelor degree in teaching or relevant fields (Spanish and English).
  • A TESOL/TEFL required for English Teacher position.
  • A minimum of 1 years experience as a Teacher in Spanish in Primary, Secondary or High School.
  • Ability to differentiate student-learning experiences through the use of a variety of teaching and assessment strategies in order to meet the needs of all students.
  • In-depth knowledge of teaching methods and legal educational procedures.
  • Good at writing and verbal communication skills.
  • Well-organized with excellent leadership abilities.
  • Good at interpersonal and presentation skills.

 

 

 

 

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