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Remedial English Teacher »

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Our school is registered as a private school in Hong Kong and is located about 10 minutes driving distance from the mass transit. The school operates full US elementary and high school program in one campus with boarding facilities for students and the faculty. In the 2015-16 school year, which starts from August 24, we need three homeroom teachers who can teach at the following levels: grade 3/4 (one teacher), grade 5/6 (one teacher), grade 7/8 (one teacher who also teaches Mathematics for 6-8, plus two primary school remedial English teachers. The teaching load is similar to the North American schools and the school uses US textbooks with the exception of the Mathematics curriculum. Each contract is two year. Salary of these teachers will be dependent upon qualification and experience. The starting salary is around US$2,000 per month with medical insurance, provident fund (for retirement) and on-campus private unit housing, and the service can be added to the North America Division record. Every year overseas employees will receive return tickets to take their families back to their home country. Currently, we are also talking about giving a term end gratuity for those who stay for the second term.

Date posted

Mar 13 2015

Resumes are due by

May 31 2015

 

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Elementary School Teacher »

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Hong Kong Adventist Academy is registered as a private school in Hong Kong and is located about 10 minutes driving distance from the mass transit. The school operates full US elementary and high school program in one campus by the Chinese Union Mission with boarding facilities for students and the faculty. In the 2015-16 school year, which starts from August 24, we need three homeroom teachers who can teach at the following levels: grade 3/4 (one teacher), grade 5/6 (one teacher), grade 7/8 (one teacher who also teaches Mathematics for 6-8, plus two primary school remedial English teachers. The teaching load is similar to the North American schools and the school uses US textbooks with the exception of the Mathematics curriculum. Each contract is two year. Salary of these teachers will be dependent upon qualification and experience. The starting salary is around US$2,000 per month with medical insurance, provident fund (for retirement) and on-campus private unit housing, and the service can be added to the North America Division record. Every year overseas employees will receive return tickets to take their families back to their home country. Currently, we are also talking about giving a term end gratuity for those who stay for the second term.

Date posted

Mar 13 2015

Resumes are due by

May 31 2015

 

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8th grade homeroom and 6-8 Science »

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If you want to work for a top team and a top school in Asia while being able to share Jesus with your students, we are the school for you. Taipei Adventist American School in Taipei, Taiwan, is looking for a teacher to be the 8th grade homeroom teacher and also the Science teacher for grades 6-8. This person will teach Bible and language arts to the 8th grade and Science for grades 6-8. They will also be in charge in helping to plan the 8th grade mission trip we have each year as well as graduation. Applicants should have a four year degree plus state and/ or denominational certification. New Graduates who are in the process of getting their certification and who are interested should apply. For further information you can check out our website at www.taas-taiwan.com. Please send resumes along with a cover letter and references by email to the principal at principal.fullmer@taas-taiwan.com.

Date posted

Feb 26 2015

Resumes are due by

May 31 2015

 

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6th grade homeroom and 6-8 MATH »

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If you want to work for a top team and a top school in Asia while being able to share Jesus with your students, we are the school for you. Taipei Adventist American School in Taipei, Taiwan, is looking for a teacher to be the 6th grade homeroom teacher and also the Math teacher for grades 6-8. This person will teach Bible and language arts to the 6th grade and Math for grades 6-8. Applicants should have a four year degree plus state or denominational certification. New Graduates who are in the process of getting their certification and who are interested should apply. For further information you can check out our website at www.taas-taiwan.com. Please send resumes along with a cover letter and references by email to the principal at principal.fullmer@taas-taiwan.com.

Date posted

Feb 26 2015

Resumes are due by

May 31 2015

 

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BOYS / GIRLS Dean Positions »

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Boys or Girls Dean (7th through 12th graders) + Teach one class General Description of Working Hours and other Expectations • The TAIS dormitory dean is responsible for students when they are not in classes, getting students up and out of the dorm in the morning and then maintaining a presence in the dorm after school. • All full time teachers are on duty on the weekends the students stay on campus. Teachers share duties for the weekend programming. Students typically are on campus two weekends per month. • The weekend program includes: o Friday evening vespers/small groups o Sabbath School small group o Church Service o Sabbath afternoon activity (deans are exempt) o Saturday evening activities (deans are exempt) • All TAIS full time teachers and SDA staff are required to be active and attend the Taiwan Adventist College English church service. • TAIS staff & faculty are required to uphold the standards, fundamental beliefs, and philosophy of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. • TAIS workers share workload regarding school clubs, committees, and administrative duties. • Taiwan is a first-world country, but it’s still a mission field. Flexibility is required (and it also keeps things interesting). Professional Responsibilities: 1. Teach: The dean is required to teach at least one class (up to five periods weekly) in addition to his/her dean duties. The class taught will be dependent on the dean’s skillset/education/experience. 2. Planning: Develop long-range unit plans that adhere to the course objectives presented in the teacher submitted course syllabus. Create tests and quizzes that follow the objectives presented in class. 3. Worship: The dean is responsible to conduct and coordinate evening worships in the dorms. 4. Guidance: The dean provides guidance and leadership to the dorm residents. This includes an active role in teaching study skills, cleanliness, time management, self-control, and select personal counseling. 5. Compliance: Demonstrate loyalty by observing TAIS regulations and policies. 6. Outside Employment: Teaching is a full-time job, and those who take on additional responsibilities risk doing an injustice to the students they teach. Teachers are not to receive remuneration for tutoring their own students. The educator is to be totally involved with the gospel ministry as it pertains to the education of the youth of the Seventh-day Adventist church. 7. Professional Attire: Whenever a teacher meets with students, parents, or the community as a representative of the school and the profession it is expected that special attention should be given to determining appropriate attire and grooming. 8. Confidentiality: Church and school groups have a tendency to know each other very well, and your business will quickly become theirs. Never discuss your students’ school progress to anyone other than their relevant school personnel, parents or guardians, and professional counselors. 9. Organized: Keep careful records of student scores, attendance, and citizenship and prepare a grade report for each grading period. 10. Relationships: Keep warm but professional relationships with all TAIS students and staff. 11. Communication: The ability to converse and utilize modern technology (e.g. internet-based applications & email, cell phones, etc.) in order to disseminate and receive information/updates on daily affairs, community development, and the school/church’s long term goals.

Date posted

Feb 24 2015

Resumes are due by

Apr 30 2015

 

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7th / 8th Grade Homeroom Teachers (separate positions) »

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•Teach JH subjects (Science, pre-algebra, social studies, history, language arts and ELL when necessary). •Work closely with the other junior high homeroom teacher. Cross-teaching and co-support are common practices. •Graduation ceremony assistance •8th Grade Class trip coordination •Serve on at least one school committee General Description of Teacher Working Hours and other Expectations • Education of the 7th/8th grade class per the North-American Division education standards. (PE, Chinese language, cooking, music, and select other classes are taught by other teachers.) • All full time teachers are on duty on the weekends the students stay on campus. Teachers share duties for the weekend programming. Students typically are on campus two weekends a month. • The weekend programs include: o Friday evening vespers (small groups) o Sabbath School (small groups) o Church Service o Sabbath afternoon activity (deans are exempt) o Saturday evening activities (deans are exempt) • All TAIS full time teachers (including deans) and SDA staff are required to be active and attend the Taiwan Adventist College English church during non-home-leave weekends. • TAIS staff and faculty are required to uphold the standards, fundamental beliefs, and philosophy of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. • TAIS workers share the workload regarding school clubs, committees, and administrative duties. • Taiwan is a first-world country, but it’s still a mission field. Flexibility is required (and it also keeps things interesting). Professional Responsibilities: 1. Teaching: The TAIS teacher averages 20 teaching period-hours per week or the equivalent service hours (e.g. administration, counselling, etc.) in addition to preparation and grading time. 2. Planning: Develop short and long-range unit plans that adhere to the course objectives presented in the teacher-submitted course syllabus as well as the NAD standards. 3. Compliance: Demonstrate loyalty by observing TAIS policies and procedures including dress code. 4. Outside Employment: Teaching is a full-time job, and those who take on additional responsibilities risk doing an injustice to the students they teach and is therefore not permitted. Teachers are not to receive remuneration for tutoring their own students. The educator is to be totally involved with the gospel ministry as it pertains to the education of the youth in his/her care. 5. Attendance: Expectation is that all teachers faithfully meet all appointments, obligations, teacher-meetings, and weekend activities (during non-home leave weekends). Our ministry goes beyond classroom teaching duties; we all (including administration) are part of the supervision of school activities, committee and faculty meetings, weekend duties, club sponsorships, and office hours in support of student success. 6. Professional Attire: Whenever a teacher meets with students, parents, or the community as a representative of the school and the profession, special attention should be given to appropriate attire and grooming. 7. Confidentiality: Church and school groups have a tendency to know each other very well, and your business will quickly become theirs. Never discuss your students’ school progress to anyone other than their relevant school personnel, parents or guardians, and professional counsellors. 8. Organized: Keep careful records of student scores, attendance, and citizenship and prepare a grade report for each grading period. 9. Relationships: Keep warm but professional relationships with all TAIS students and staff. 10. Proactivity: Seek out and fulfill needs as required not always expecting to be asked or directed. 11. Communication: The ability to converse and utilize modern technology (e.g. internet-based applications & email, cell phones, etc.) in order to disseminate and receive information/updates on daily affairs, community development, and the school/church’s long term goals.

Date posted

Feb 23 2015

Resumes are due by

Apr 30 2015

 

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