[Ho Chi Minh] EMASI Schools - Art Teacher

Salary Range: Competitive; Paid breaks during Winter and Summer Holidays; Paid breaks during Winter and Summer Holidays
Available until: May 31, 2024
Salary: VND Competitive; Paid breaks during Winter and Summer Holidays; Paid breaks during Winter and Summer Holidays Month

Other Information

Location TP HCM
Date Posted Today
Category Primary English Teaching
Secondary / High School English Teaching
Job Type Full-time
Are you willing to accept and support qualified teachers currently outside of Vietnam? Yes
How many positions do you need to fill? 1
Nationality of candidate: Any Nationality, 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: Competitive; Paid breaks during Winter and Summer Holidays; Paid breaks during Winter and Summer Holidays
Type of institution Bilingual School



Job title:              Art Teacher

Quantity:            01

School:                EMASI Group of Schools

Report to:           The Teacher will report to Managing Director, EMASI Schools, or a designated member of the leadership team.

Job overview:

EMASI schools offer a bilingual program, following both the Ministry of Education & Training (MOET) and integrated curriculum based on the Cambridge International Curriculum Framework. The Art teacher is responsible for the delivery of the Art Program in Grades 1 through 12 in line with the EMASI curricular framework. The teacher will develop students' understanding and appreciation of Visual Arts.


  • Salary: negotiable.
  • Paid breaks during Winter and Summer Holidays
  • Sick leave applicable
  • TRC/Visa sponsorship
  • Tuition fee deduction for dependant as children
  • Health insurance

Responsibilities and Duties:

The Art teacher is required to exercise her/his professional skills and judgement to carry out, in a collaborative manner, the including but not limited to the professional duties set out below:

A member of the teaching staff team has the following academic responsibilities:

  • To provide an organized, disciplined and stimulating environment in the classroom.
  • To promote practical first-hand experiences and other educationally appropriate activities for individual and group learning.
  • To provide consistent learning opportunities for all pupils.
  • To make written and/or oral assessments and evaluations of individual pupils and of the class as a whole – presenting these to the presenting these to SLT, Coordinators and parents as appropriate - meeting specified deadlines as required.
  • To keep detailed and updated lesson plans and records of group and individual work with the pupils.
  • To provide regular assessment feedback to pupils in line with school policy and use this to inform future learning.
  • Work collaboratively to offer support and input to the development of a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum.
  • Under the direction of the line-manager/ subject coordinator to take responsibility for designated areas and aspects of the subject of which he/she is a member.
  • To take responsibility for the care, upkeep and development of school materials and resources.
  • To assist and support the process of examination and class work moderation both internally and externally.
  • To work collaboratively with fellow colleagues in a spirit of mutual cooperation to maintain and enhance a pleasant professional working environment.
  • To substitute for absent colleagues when necessary.
  • To undertake any other reasonable task or duty as instructed by the Managing Director or designated member of the leadership team.
  • To attend punctually on all occasions agreed in the contract and as reasonably requested by the Managing Director or line-manager.
  • To complete all admin tasks by the school’s required timelines.

A member of the teaching staff has the following pastoral responsibilities.

  • To carry out fully and efficiently pastoral and administrative duties as assigned by the line manager.
  • To be responsible for a reasonable number of playground, lunch and other duties as may be required.
  • To offer full support, take an active part and input into the development of a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated extracurricular program within EMASI.
  • To support and implement the positive behavior policy.
  • To undertake any other reasonable task as instructed by line manager.


  • Relevant Bachelor degree and recognized teaching qualification.


  • Experience with previous experience in an international/bilingual school setting an asset.
  • Previous experience of the Cambridge International Curriculum Framework and curriculum development desired.



  • Genuine interest the specific field from both a pedagogical and theoretical perspective.
  • The ability to work well with faculty and staff from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and be resilient, resourceful and have an optimistic personality.
  • Health & Safety, SEN and Child Protection procedures.
  • Develop and maintain positive links necessary within school and with all its stakeholders.
  • Pedagogical approach that fosters student agency and transdisciplinary learning.


  • Commit and contribute to EMASI Group of Schools within the context of its mission.
  • Establish and develop close relationships with parents and the wider community.
  • Communicate effectively (both orally and in writing) to a variety of audiences.
  • Create a happy, challenging and effective learning environment.
  • Use ICT in a professional context and to support Learning and Teaching.

Personal characteristics:


  • Self-motivated (I want to do it)
  • Self-challenged (I can do it)
  • Always striving for perfection (I’ll do it best)


  • Critical thinking
  • Human sensible
  • Physically fit


  • Love and Compassion
  • Care and Service
  • Fair and Just
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