Teaching vacancy in Malaysia
Attractive salary and location
Are you a passionate educator that would like to teach in Malaysia? Would you like to know more about the country and experience their cultures? If you are a qualified Geography teacher with a strong understanding of the UK curriculum and would like to teach in the multi-cultural Malaysia, do not miss this opportunity!
Our client is currently looking for an enthusiastic and committed Geography teacher to join their team in Malaysia. The school established more than 20 years ago and located in one of the most developed area in Johor Bahru.
The private international school offers education for students from aged 5 to 16 year old. It follows the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) for primary year education and National Curriculum of England (NCE) for secondary year education. The school is run by a local organisation and have different campuses across Malaysia. It will definitely provide you an excellent opportunity once you join them.
Role and responsibilities:
**Plan, prepare and deliver effective learning and teaching programs
**Monitor students learning development and progress
**Coordinate the preparation of all test and mark schemes in Geography
**Communicate with parents and students
**Liaise closely with the Head of Department on all matters relating to Geography
**Ensure students are involved in the lesson
**Produce dynamic and well-organised lessons
**Working productively with other schol staff
The school is well-equipped with air-conditioned classrooms, ICT labs, science lab, auditorium, art & design room, music room, gymnasium, library, basketball court, athletics field, multi-purpose hall and cafeteria. The school is set on a large piece of land in a well developed area and is only minutes away from the commercial centre and shopping complex, hence made it a very convenient working location. As the school is expanding rapidly, they will move to a bigger campus by 2014.
Johor is a state situated in the South of Peninsular Malaysia and only 30 minute away from Singapore. Johor Bahru is the capital of the Johor state. Johor Bahru is one of the fastest developing town in Malaysia and has plenty to offer. Travel to the outskirt, to the fishing villages, fruit farms and islands off the coast of Johor. You will certainly enjoy cheaper food and fruits. The Endau-Rompin Forest Park is one of the world's oldest tropical rainforests and offers adventurous travellers a fabulous escape from the city. The state has over 30 beautiful tropical islands many untouched, a great place for relaxation.
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