-Plan classes according to syllabus guidelines
-Teach up to 20 hours per week (as assigned), including ELA/Math/Science from Grades 1 to 5.
-Plan and participate in clubs activities up to 2 hours per week as required
-Teach up to 2 hours per week as a substitute for an indisposed colleague
-Plan and participate in department and school events as required
-Provide after-school tutorial support as required
-Mark student on time according to school scheme
-Set and grade midterm and end-of-term tests
-Write narrative comments on student attitude and learning – strengths, achievements and areas for improvement twice a term
-Prepare for and attend parent–teacher meetings once per semester
-Prepare for and meet parents as required
-Complete weekly agenda for every class, including listing the areas/topics/materials covered in each lesson in the form provided
-Attend teacher meetings every two weeks
-Participate fully in annual performance review process
-Observe two colleagues per term and be observed by two colleagues per term in peer observation system
-Attend professional development trainings as required
-Help with syllabus and learning material development as required
-Essential: BSc, BA or BEd.
-Essential: CELTA, TEFL or TESOL
-Essential: Having teaching experience, preferably in an International setting.
-Desirable: PGCE, teaching license or QTS.
-Desirable: Experience of Common Core, AP or IGCSE.
-Bonus: Performance, Holidays, New Year Enrollment, Summer Enrollment…
-Work permit and Residence card