secondary teachers - jan 2020 - near kuala lumpur

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job details

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location
kuala lumpur, wilayah persekutuan
job category
international teaching
job type
contract
working hours
Full-Time
experience
Teaching
reference number
BBBH23364
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job description

Secondary School Teachers

Required: January 2020
Location: Near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Region: Far East and South East Asia
Curriculum: VCE Australian Curriculum
Salary: Good salary and package.
Experience: Minimum 2+ years teaching experience, post qualification
Sponsorship: Single, married teaching couples
Contract: 2 years

School Vision / Ethos:

This recently opened school, just under an hour away from Central Kuala Lumpur follows the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE, Australian curriculum). It partners with a very well known and highly respected Grammar school in Australia. Set in a fantastic campus space in a lush natural parkland with facilities that are second to none. The school is resourced to the highest level to support their focus on critical thinking, inquiry based approaches and commitment to life long learning excellence. The school currently is open from KG to Year 11 with Year 12 opening in January 2020.

Requirements:

The school prefers applicants with experience of VCE Australian curriculum however for teacher level posts will potentially consider other transferable inquiry based experience. As this is a newly launched school, educators should be flexible and adaptable and understanding that systems and procedures are being developed. Applicants who are ambitious and wish to progress their careers quickly are particularly welcome to apply.

Previous international teaching experience and experience of students with english as an additional language (EAL) are welcomed. You should have a positive approach to life and work.

Package: Strong local salary range along with excellent benefits including accommodation, medical cover and flights. Applicants with dependents are welcome to apply.

skills

knowledge of curriculum