Secondary Cover Supply Teacher – The Alice Smith School – Malaysia

Job Description
(Equine Park – Seri Kembangan)
Are you a qualified teacher who wants to work with some of the best international teachers in the world?
Are you a Malaysian citizen or do you have the right to work in Malaysia?
Are you a fluent English speaker who has excellent verbal and written English?

Do you have great IT skills?
The Alice Smith School is a prestigious British curriculum school in Kuala Lumpur and is seeking to recruit a Secondary Cover Supply Teacher for August 2019. The role involves supervising and teaching classes in the case of teacher absence, supporting class teachers within the classroom and supporting students 1:1 or in small groups.

The successful applicant will have completed an undergraduate degree (such as a Bachelor of Education), a teaching qualification (such as a PGCE or PGCEi) and will have previous teaching experience. We are looking for someone who is flexible, has a positive and proactive attitude, is community minded and is absolutely committed to working with students and developing their own practice. We are looking for applicants who would contribute to our community, dedicate themselves to forging relationships for learning with students and teachers and who seek to learn and further their own professional growth.
An induction programme is in place to support the successful applicant. As the school adopts safer recruitment practices, a background check will be carried out on the successful applicant.

If you are interested in this exciting position, please:
Submit a supporting letter of no more than 2 A4 pages in which you explain your reasons for applying for this role and to Alice Smith School and in which you explain how you meet the role requirements.
Send an up-to-date CV, which includes at least three professional referees.
Send an up-to-date photo in PDF form.
The remuneration will be based on a per day rate.
If you have any questions about this position, please contact Dr Maria Osowiecki:
Closing date for applications: Friday, 28 June 2019