Teaching Opportunities KS1 Teacher
(International Primary Curriculum (IPC)/National Curriculum)
St Stephen’s International School Khao Yai (SISKY) is seeking to recruit a suitably qualified, dynamic and enthusiastic teaching professional to join our successful teaching team for a maternity cover position starting in late October 2014 for four months; with the potential for it to be a full time position depending on school growth.
SISKY is located near the town of Pak Chong and is at the entrance to Khao Yai, Thailand’s oldest national park, it is around 200km from Bangkok. The school has been open for nearly 20 years and caters for both boarding and day students. There are currently 130 students on roll across primary and secondary. It is a very picturesque area to live and work in.
The position would suit someone who has a sense of adventure, is independent and is prepared to share their ideas. You will need to be capable of working in a strong team environment and have a high level of professionalism and work ethic. The ideal candidate would have experience of delivering the IPC (although not essential).This post will be a rewarding experience and an opportunity to work in a fascinating part of the world.
Interested candidates should send their CV, letter of application, and the contact details of 3 professional referees (one of whom must be their current Principal) to Head of Campus, Mr David Aitchison, at email@example.com The closing date for applications is 21 September, although early applications are recommended.
When applying, please note:
Appropriate teaching qualifications such as a BEd. or a first degree and PGCE. 3 professional referees, one of which should be your current Principal
International experience Experience of ESL learners
Successful candidates will be offered:
A short term contract Competitive salary Return airfares for overseas candidates Accommodation in the staff village International medical cover
Librarian (Full time, support staff)
Graduate Excellent standards of spoken and written English Library experience desirable (Experience of working with children is essential)
Responsibilities will include:
Cataloguing of all library stock Issue of books to students and staff Preparation of materials for teaching staff Library based activities with students Maintaining stock Developing library as multimedia resource centre
Teaching Assistant for Physical Education (Full time, academic staff)
Thai national Female Graduate Ability to speak English is essential Coaching skills in one or more sports are an advantage
The role of the teaching assistant will be to assist the PE teacher with all PE classes from Kindergarten up to Year 11 across a range of sports including swimming. The successful candidate will also be required to participate in sporting activities with our boarding students at weekend during term time.
Teaching Assistant for ESL (Full time, academic staff)
Graduate Excellent standards of spoken and written English are essential Experience of working with young people desirable Self-motivated individual to join our team
The role of the teaching assistant will work in the ESL department with new entrants to the school who require additional English support Providing one-to-one, small group and in-class support to our ESL learners
Applications by CV and accompanying letter to