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ICS (Singapore) provides a wonderful professional working environment in a Christian community located in one of the most livable cities in the world. Our openings are listed below. Expat positions are fielded through the Network of International Christian Schools, our US office, at NICS website. Local hires are fielded through jobs@ics.edu.sg. If you see an opening of interest to you that fits your background and qualifications, we would love to hear from you.

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Elementary School Principal

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. A Master’s degree with a major in educational administration

2. Meets certification requirements of recognized accrediting agency responsible for issuance of school’s accreditation

3. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Vice-president of NICS and the Director may find appropriate and acceptable.

REPORTS TO: International Community School Director

SUPERVISES: Elementary faculty and elementary specific support staff, as well as ESL faculty and special teachers.

JOB GOAL: To provide leadership at the elementary school level developing and maintaining a distinctive Christian educational philosophy and the best possible educational and ministry program and services.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Be accountable to the Director for operations of the elementary school.

2. Be responsible to carry out those items at the elementary level that are distinctive of NICS schools as presented in the NICS Partnership Document and the NICS Missions Manual.

3. Provide leadership in the accomplishment of the spiritual mission of the elementary school.

4. Be responsible for expediting directives from the Director concerning matters directly related to the elementary school and the operation of the school.

5. Be responsible for the efficient administration and effective functioning of the elementary school.

6. Manage personnel affairs at the Elementary school level including recommending continuance, dismissal or discipline of elementary staff in conjunction with the Director.

7. Assist the Director in the hiring of elementary faculty and staff members who are evangelical, mission-minded Christians, in agreement with the school’s philosophy and statement of faith, agree to abide by school policies, meet academic/certification requirements and are committed to the mission of the school and NICS.

8. Lead the elementary staff is such a way as to ensure that the mission/philosophy, vision, goals and objectives, and Statement of Faith of NICS and the local school arefollowed and/or achieved.

9. Be responsible for direct supervision of the elementary faculty.

10. Conduct elementary faculty meetings as needed or required.

11. Proofread elementary progress reports and report cards prior to dissemination to students/parents.

12. Coordinate the elementary chapel programs.

13. Coordinate special events related to the elementary program.

14. Supervise instruction, assist teachers, coordinate in-service programs, orientation, faculty meetings, etc. related to the elementary school.

15. Check teacher lesson plans and grade books for the elementary school.

16. Interview and make recommendations of new student admissions as delegated. Be responsible for recruitment and admission process for elementary students.

17. Secure substitute teachers for the elementary school.

18. Evaluate elementary programs and recommend changes as appropriate.

19. Provide checkouts for assigned staff at the end of year including inventories, cleaning, storage, projected orders, etc.

20. Provide leadership and assistance in the discipline of elementary students.

21. Evaluate elementary programs and personnel and recommend changes as appropriate.

22. Administer the elementary school in accordance with the approved philosophy, policies and procedures.

23. Assist Director in development and production of promotional materials.

24. Assist the Director by researching and recommending suggested policies for the efficient operation of the School.

25. Prepare and present any reports to the Director as requested.

26. Assist the Director with Parent-Teacher activities related to the School.

27. Assist the Director as needed in the development and dissemination of the school’s Parent/Student Handbook and Faculty Handbook.

28. Assist the Director with staff development, retreats, etc. as requested and as needed.

29. Assist the Director and school business manager in the preparation and monitoring of the annual budget.

30. Observe each teacher in various teaching situations, following up each observation with a post observation conference and written report as required by school policy.

31. Review elementary curriculum, make suggestions for adoption, order and maintain inventories of materials, texts, supplies, etc.

32. Work in coordination with the Director and other Principals in the development of duty rosters, use of facilities and schedules.

33. Train faculty and staff in the routines of daily operations e.g. attendance, records, grading, reporting, etc.

34. Safeguard the interests of the school’s mother organization (Network of International Christian Schools) and her mission.

35. Assist Director with public relations, addressing requests, and answering inquiries.

36. Complete any other duties as assigned.

Elementary School Learning Support

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Bachelor’s Degree or above

2. Training and degree in special education

3. Experience working with students with special needs

4. Teaching credential/licensure from US or ACSI in special education

5. Knowledge of best practice in special education

REPORTS TO: ES Principal, Learning Support Coordinator

SUPERVISES: Volunteers

JOB GOAL: Provide academic and behavioral support to students with special needs. Support parents and teachers of students with special needs in the school community.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

Learning Support

1. Collaborate with classroom teachers and principal(s) to identify and assess students exhibiting learning needs in the classroom using diagnostic procedures (following referral procedure).

2. Identify curricular and instructional goals for Direct Services (DS) and Consult Services (CS) students.

3. Plan and write Learning Support Plan (LSPs) including quarterly updates and accommodations necessary for DS students to meet their goals.

4. Meet with parents, teachers, and administrators to approve LSPs for students able to participate the majority of the day in the general classroom, with academic support (DS).

5. Observe CS students in various general education classes regularly (twice quarterly).

6. Meet with CS students regularly according to needs and classroom schedules (1-2 times per month).

7. Plan and write Accommodations Plans (APs) including Strengths and Areas of Struggle (SAS) and Classroom Accommodations necessary for CS students to meet their educational goals.

8. Meet with parents, teachers, and administrators (as appropriate) to approve APs for CS students (twice yearly).

9. Meet with general teachers regularly to support CS students in the classroom through behavioral approaches, accommodations, and modifications, based on observation and documentation of student learning needs.

10. Collaborate with classroom teachers to ensure student plans and needs are fulfilled.

11. Read, file, and distribute (where appropriate) psycho-educational evaluations and documentation regarding academic needs for students in grades JK-12.

12. Complete referral forms for students transferring to new schools or requiring input for psycho-educational evaluations

13. Consult with teachers to support DS and CS students in the classroom through behavioral approaches, accommodations, and modifications.

14. Communicate and collaborate with teachers to help DS students reach their goals and achieve success in all curricular classes (special emphasis on math and language arts).

15. Collaborate with Academic Counselor to provide documentation for student accommodations for College Board tests.

16. Communicate and collaborate with teachers to help CS students reach their goals and achieve success in all curricular classes (special emphasis on organization and study skills).

17. Communicate with parents, students, and other professional staff regarding student progress(behavioral and academic).

18. Collaborate with classroom teachers and principals to determine appropriate behavior policies for DS and CS students in the classroom.

Classroom Responsibilities

1. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and maintain student records; update LSPs each quarter and APs each semester.

2. Relate instructional objectives to student needs. Plan, prepare and execute appropriate lessons, utilizing appropriate resource materials and activities to meet student needs.

3. Employ a variety of instructional aides, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child as stated in the ICS mission statement.

4. Maintain proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises utilizing teacher made discipline plan in conjunction with school wide discipline plan. Consistent consequences are expected except in extenuating circumstances.

5. Affect student learning through mastery of the subject material by utilizing valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.

6. Integrate Biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum.

7. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student’s progress.

Professional Expectations

1. Plan and lead student chapel when called upon

2. Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, and outings as assigned.

3. Complete the Christian Philosophy of Education in-service program within the first year of teaching at ICS.

4. Attend and participate in devotions, teachers’ meetings, evening programs if involving his or her students or as requested by the administration, and other meetings as assigned.

5. Do supervisory duty as assigned (before school, break, lunch, after school).

6. Maintain classroom in a clean and educationally stimulating environment.

7. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student’s progress.

8. Keep students, parents and the administration adequately informed of students’ progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

9. Submit all reports to the administration, guidance office, school office etc. as required by school regulations or as requested.

10. Work with administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.

11. Complete professional programs as required by the administration and/or ICS Board.

12. Maintain teaching credentials as required by sponsoring agency (state/provincial education department, ACSI, etc.). Acquire teaching credentials as required by the laws of Singapore,NICS and/or ICS.

13. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, kindness,self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

14. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity, and optimism.

15. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

16. Respectfully submit and demonstrate loyalty to constituted authority.

17. Maintain a personal appearance that is a role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.


Elementary/Middle School ESL

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree

2. Experience working with English learners

3. Knowledge of specific subject (ESL)

4. Teaching credential from a state or from ACSI

REPORTS TO: Appropriate level principal

SUPERVISES: Volunteers or assistants as needed

JOB GOAL: Provide a quality, Christian education to those students he/she teaches.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Identify the needs of students through diagnostic procedures and relate instructional objectives to these needs. Plan, prepare and execute appropriate lessons, utilizing appropriate resource materials and activities.

2. Maintain student records as required by the school.

3. Communicate with parents, students, and other professional staff regarding student progress (behavioral and academic).

4. Follow prescribed scope and sequence as scheduled.

5. Follow school policies, procedures, rules, regulations, guidelines and the provisions of the contract.

6. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

7. Maintain proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises utilizing teacher made discipline plan in conjunction with school wide discipline plan. Consistent consequences are expected except in extenuating circumstances.

8. Inform the administration if unable to fulfill any duty assigned. Prepare adequate information and materials for a substitute teacher.

9. Employ a variety of instructional aides, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child as stated in the ICS mission statement.

10. Effect student learning through mastery of the subject material by utilizing valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.

11. Integrate Biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum.

12. Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, and outings as assigned.

13. Complete the Christian Philosophy of Education in-service program within the first 2 years of teaching at ICS.

14. Attend and participate in devotions, teachers’ meetings, evening programs if involving his or her students or as requested by the administration, and other meetings as assigned.

15. Do supervisory duty as assigned (before school, break, lunch, after school).

16. Maintain classroom in a clean and educationally stimulating environment.

17. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student’s progress.

18. Keep students, parents and the administration adequately informed of students’ progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

19. Support the Admissions office in conducting English assessments of prospective students. Some after school and summer duties required.

20. Submit all reports to the administration, guidance office, school office etc. as required by school regulations or as requested.

21. Cooperate with the ICS Board and administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.

22. Complete professional programs as required by the administration and/or ICS Board.

23. Maintain teaching credentials as required by sponsoring agency (state/provincial education department, ACSI, etc.). Acquire teaching credentials as required by the laws of Singapore, NICS and/or ICS.

24. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

25. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity, and optimism.

26. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

27. Respectfully submit and demonstrate loyalty to constituted authority.

28. Maintain a personal appearance that is a role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.

Library Media Center Director

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Bachelor’s degree in Library Science or in Education

2. Knowledge of library management systems, preferably Follett Destiny

3. Experience with teaching research and technology

4. Prior school library/media center experience preferred

REPORTS TO: Elementary School Principal (or another designee)

SUPERVISES: Library assistants, volunteers, and part-time librarians

JOB GOAL: To oversee and maintain the ICS library/media center, providing necessary support to students, faculty, parents, and administration as well as teaching library, information literacy, and technology skills

JOB SUMMARY: Performs duties, including but not limited to:

1. Ensuring a smooth operation of the library/media center

2. Co-teaching Inquiry and Digital Design to Grades K4-5

3. Providing students, staff, and families with library services

4. Providing services related to research and technology to students and teachers


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:


Ensuring a smooth operation of the library/media center:

1. Maintain all aspects of the library including books, library management system (Follett Destiny), periodicals, and equipment.

● Maintain operating hours of 7:45 am-4:30 pm daily

● Take care of all check-out, check-in, and shelving of books

● Send out automated overdue notices and collect fines

● Purchase new books, materials, and supplies for the library within the budgeted amount

● Create new accounts for patrons as needed including students, faculty,staff, and parents.

2. Supervise all library assistants and volunteer parents working in the library..

3. Promote reading through programs such as the annual Read-a-Thon and other library/media center activities throughout the year, including but not limited to author visits and movie nights.

4. Oversee a reconsideration committee of teachers and administration that deals with books whose contents have been questioned and are being reconsidered.

5. Update the Library Policy and Procedure Manual yearly.


Co-teaching Inquiry and Digital Design to Grades K4-5:

1. Teach students how to utilize the library for reading and research purposes.

● Assist students in finding books and resources in specific subject areas

● Introduce classes in Grades 1-5 to library research skills

2. Introduce classes in K4-5 to a variety of literature genres.


Providing students, staff, and families with library services:

1. Schedule library usage time for all classes as needed.

2. Assist students with printing.

3. Oversee the Accelerated Reading Program and assist students with taking STAR Reading Tests and Accelerated Reading quizzes.

4. Assist students, staff, and families in finding books and resources.


Providing services related to research and technology to students and teachers:

1. Work with secondary teachers to assist in the teaching of and development of research skills among all of the students enrolled in the secondary program.

2. Assist teachers in finding books and materials in specific subject areas.

3. Collaborates with teachers on Project-Based Learning units.


Performing other duties as needed / assigned by the supervising administrator.

Secondary School Learning Support

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Bachelor’s Degree or above

2. Training and degree in special education

3. Experience working with students with special needs

4. Teaching credential/licensure from US or ACSI in special education

5. Knowledge of best practice in special education

REPORTS TO: ES Principal, Learning Support Coordinator

SUPERVISES: Volunteers

JOB GOAL: Provide academic and behavioral support to students with special needs. Support parents and teachers of students with special needs in the school community.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

Learning Support

1. Collaborate with classroom teachers and principal(s) to identify and assess students exhibiting learning needs in the classroom using diagnostic procedures (following referral procedure).

2. Identify curricular and instructional goals for Direct Services (DS) and Consult Services (CS) students.

3. Plan and write Learning Support Plan (LSPs) including quarterly updates and accommodations necessary for DS students to meet their goals.

4. Meet with parents, teachers, and administrators to approve LSPs for students able to participate the majority of the day in the general classroom, with academic support (DS).

5. Observe CS students in various general education classes regularly (twice quarterly).

6. Meet with CS students regularly according to needs and classroom schedules (1-2 times per month).

7. Plan and write Accommodations Plans (APs) including Strengths and Areas of Struggle (SAS) and Classroom Accommodations necessary for CS students to meet their educational goals.

8. Meet with parents, teachers, and administrators (as appropriate) to approve APs for CS students (twice yearly).

9. Meet with general teachers regularly to support CS students in the classroom through behavioral approaches, accommodations, and modifications, based on observation and documentation of student learning needs.

10. Collaborate with classroom teachers to ensure student plans and needs are fulfilled.

11. Read, file, and distribute (where appropriate) psycho-educational evaluations and documentation regarding academic needs for students in grades JK-12.

12. Complete referral forms for students transferring to new schools or requiring input for psycho-educational evaluations

13. Consult with teachers to support DS and CS students in the classroom through behavioral approaches, accommodations, and modifications.

14. Communicate and collaborate with teachers to help DS students reach their goals and achieve success in all curricular classes (special emphasis on math and language arts).

15. Collaborate with Academic Counselor to provide documentation for student accommodations for College Board tests.

16. Communicate and collaborate with teachers to help CS students reach their goals and achieve success in all curricular classes (special emphasis on organization and study skills).

17. Communicate with parents, students, and other professional staff regarding student progress(behavioral and academic).

18. Collaborate with classroom teachers and principals to determine appropriate behavior policies for DS and CS students in the classroom.

Classroom Responsibilities

1. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and maintain student records; update LSPs each quarter and APs each semester.

2. Relate instructional objectives to student needs. Plan, prepare and execute appropriate lessons, utilizing appropriate resource materials and activities to meet student needs.

3. Employ a variety of instructional aides, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child as stated in the ICS mission statement.

4. Maintain proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises utilizing teacher made discipline plan in conjunction with school wide discipline plan. Consistent consequences are expected except in extenuating circumstances.

5. Affect student learning through mastery of the subject material by utilizing valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.

6. Integrate Biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum.

7. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student’s progress.

Professional Expectations

1. Plan and lead student chapel when called upon

2. Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, and outings as assigned.

3. Complete the Christian Philosophy of Education in-service program within the first year of teaching at ICS.

4. Attend and participate in devotions, teachers’ meetings, evening programs if involving his or her students or as requested by the administration, and other meetings as assigned.

5. Do supervisory duty as assigned (before school, break, lunch, after school).

6. Maintain classroom in a clean and educationally stimulating environment.

7. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student’s progress.

8. Keep students, parents and the administration adequately informed of students’ progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

9. Submit all reports to the administration, guidance office, school office etc. as required by school regulations or as requested.

10. Work with administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.

11. Complete professional programs as required by the administration and/or ICS Board.

12. Maintain teaching credentials as required by sponsoring agency (state/provincial education department, ACSI, etc.). Acquire teaching credentials as required by the laws of Singapore,NICS and/or ICS.

13. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, kindness,self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

14. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity, and optimism.

15. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

16. Respectfully submit and demonstrate loyalty to constituted authority.

17. Maintain a personal appearance that is a role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.


Elementary School Mandarin

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Bachelor’s Degree (exceptions to be approved by the Academic Review Board)

2. Teaching credential from a state or from ACSI (exceptions will be approved by the Academic Board)

3. Experience working with students

4. Knowledge of specific subject(s)

REPORTS TO: Appropriate level principal

SUPERVISES: Volunteers as needed

JOB GOAL: Provide a quality, Christian education to those students he/she teaches.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Identify the needs of students through diagnostic procedures and relate instructional objectives to these needs. Plan, prepare and execute appropriate lessons, utilizing appropriate resource materials and activities.

2. Maintain student records as required by the school.

3. Communicate with parents, students, and other professional staff regarding student progress (behavioral and academic).

4. Follow prescribed scope and sequence as scheduled.

5. Follow school policies, procedures, rules, regulations and guidelines and the provisions of the contract.

6. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

7. Maintain proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises utilizing teacher made discipline plan in conjunction with school wide discipline plan. Consistent consequences are expected except in extenuating circumstances.

8. Inform the administration if unable to fulfill any duty assigned. Prepare adequate information and materials for a substitute teacher.

9. Employ a variety of instructional aides, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child as stated in the ICS mission statement.

10. Effect student learning through mastery of the subject material by utilizing valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.

11. Integrate Biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum.

12. Complete lesson plans, Atlas, ESO documentation and PLC expectations within specified time frames.

13. Plan and lead student chapel when called upon

14. Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, and outings as assigned.

15. Complete the Christian Philosophy of Education in-service program within the first three years of teaching at ICS.

16. Attend and participate in devotions, teachers’ meetings, evening programs if involving his or her students or as requested by the administration, and other meetings as assigned.

17. Do supervisory duty as assigned (before school, break, lunch, after school).

18. Maintain classroom in a clean and educationally stimulating environment.

19. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student’s progress.

20. Keep students, parents and the administration adequately informed of students’ progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

21. Submit all reports to the administration, guidance office, school office etc. as required by school regulations or as requested.

22. Work with administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.

23. Complete professional programs as required by the administration and/or ICS Board.

24. Maintain teaching credentials as required by sponsoring agency (state/provincial education department, ACSI, etc.). Acquire teaching credentials as required by the laws of Singapore, NICS and/or ICS.

25. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

26. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity, and optimism.

27. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

28. Respectfully submit and demonstrate loyalty to constituted authority.

29. Maintain a personal appearance that is a role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in

Elementary School Teacher

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Bachelor’s Degree (exceptions to be approved by the Academic Review Board)

2. Teaching credential from a state or from ACSI (exceptions will be approved by the Academic Board)

3. Experience working with students

4. Knowledge of specific subject(s)

REPORTS TO: Appropriate level principal

SUPERVISES: Volunteers as needed

JOB GOAL: Provide a quality, Christian education to those students he/she teaches.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Identify the needs of students through diagnostic procedures and relate instructional objectives to these needs. Plan, prepare and execute appropriate lessons, utilizing appropriate resource materials and activities.

2. Maintain student records as required by the school.

3. Communicate with parents, students, and other professional staff regarding student progress (behavioral and academic).

4. Follow prescribed scope and sequence as scheduled.

5. Follow school policies, procedures, rules, regulations and guidelines and the provisions of the contract.

6. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

7. Maintain proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises utilizing teacher made discipline plan in conjunction with school wide discipline plan. Consistent consequences are expected except in extenuating circumstances.

8. Inform the administration if unable to fulfill any duty assigned. Prepare adequate information and materials for a substitute teacher.

9. Employ a variety of instructional aides, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child as stated in the ICS mission statement.

10. Effect student learning through mastery of the subject material by utilizing valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.

11. Integrate Biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum.

12. Complete lesson plans, Atlas, ESO documentation and PLC expectations within specified time frames.

13. Plan and lead student chapel when called upon

14. Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, and outings as assigned.

15. Complete the Christian Philosophy of Education in-service program within the first three years of teaching at ICS.

16. Attend and participate in devotions, teachers’ meetings, evening programs if involving his or her students or as requested by the administration, and other meetings as assigned.

17. Do supervisory duty as assigned (before school, break, lunch, after school).

18. Maintain classroom in a clean and educationally stimulating environment.

19. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student’s progress.

20. Keep students, parents and the administration adequately informed of students’ progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

21. Submit all reports to the administration, guidance office, school office etc. as required by school regulations or as requested.

22. Work with administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.

23. Complete professional programs as required by the administration and/or ICS Board.

24. Maintain teaching credentials as required by sponsoring agency (state/provincial education department, ACSI, etc.). Acquire teaching credentials as required by the laws of Singapore, NICS and/or ICS.

25. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

26. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity, and optimism.

27. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

28. Respectfully submit and demonstrate loyalty to constituted authority.

29. Maintain a personal appearance that is a role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.

Middle School Math

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Bachelor’s Degree (exceptions to be approved by the Academic Review Board)

2. Teaching credential from a state or from ACSI (exceptions will be approved by the Academic Board)

3. Experience working with students

4. Knowledge of specific subject(s)

REPORTS TO: Appropriate level principal

SUPERVISES: Volunteers as needed

JOB GOAL: Provide a quality, Christian education to those students he/she teaches.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Identify the needs of students through diagnostic procedures and relate instructional objectives to these needs. Plan, prepare and execute appropriate lessons, utilizing appropriate resource materials and activities.

2. Maintain student records as required by the school.

3. Communicate with parents, students, and other professional staff regarding student progress (behavioral and academic).

4. Follow prescribed scope and sequence as scheduled.

5. Follow school policies, procedures, rules, regulations and guidelines and the provisions of the contract.

6. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

7. Maintain proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises utilizing teacher made discipline plan in conjunction with school wide discipline plan. Consistent consequences are expected except in extenuating circumstances.

8. Inform the administration if unable to fulfill any duty assigned. Prepare adequate information and materials for a substitute teacher.

9. Employ a variety of instructional aides, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child as stated in the ICS mission statement.

10. Effect student learning through mastery of the subject material by utilizing valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.

11. Integrate Biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum.

12. Complete lesson plans, Atlas, ESO documentation and PLC expectations within specified time frames.

13. Plan and lead student chapel when called upon

14. Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, and outings as assigned.

15. Complete the Christian Philosophy of Education in-service program within the first three years of teaching at ICS.

16. Attend and participate in devotions, teachers’ meetings, evening programs if involving his or her students or as requested by the administration, and other meetings as assigned.

17. Do supervisory duty as assigned (before school, break, lunch, after school).

18. Maintain classroom in a clean and educationally stimulating environment.

19. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student’s progress.

20. Keep students, parents and the administration adequately informed of students’ progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

21. Submit all reports to the administration, guidance office, school office etc. as required by school regulations or as requested.

22. Work with administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.

23. Complete professional programs as required by the administration and/or ICS Board.

24. Maintain teaching credentials as required by sponsoring agency (state/provincial education department, ACSI, etc.). Acquire teaching credentials as required by the laws of Singapore, NICS and/or ICS.

25. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

26. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity, and optimism.

27. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

28. Respectfully submit and demonstrate loyalty to constituted authority.

29. Maintain a personal appearance that is a role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.

Middle School Science

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Bachelor’s Degree (exceptions to be approved by the Academic Review Board)

2. Teaching credential from a state or from ACSI (exceptions will be approved by the Academic Board)

3. Experience working with students

4. Knowledge of specific subject(s)

REPORTS TO: Appropriate level principal

SUPERVISES: Volunteers as needed

JOB GOAL: Provide a quality, Christian education to those students he/she teaches.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Identify the needs of students through diagnostic procedures and relate instructional objectives to these needs. Plan, prepare and execute appropriate lessons, utilizing appropriate resource materials and activities.

2. Maintain student records as required by the school.

3. Communicate with parents, students, and other professional staff regarding student progress (behavioral and academic).

4. Follow prescribed scope and sequence as scheduled.

5. Follow school policies, procedures, rules, regulations and guidelines and the provisions of the contract.

6. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

7. Maintain proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises utilizing teacher made discipline plan in conjunction with school wide discipline plan. Consistent consequences are expected except in extenuating circumstances.

8. Inform the administration if unable to fulfill any duty assigned. Prepare adequate information and materials for a substitute teacher.

9. Employ a variety of instructional aides, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child as stated in the ICS mission statement.

10. Effect student learning through mastery of the subject material by utilizing valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.

11. Integrate Biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum.

12. Complete lesson plans, Atlas, ESO documentation and PLC expectations within specified time frames.

13. Plan and lead student chapel when called upon

14. Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, and outings as assigned.

15. Complete the Christian Philosophy of Education in-service program within the first three years of teaching at ICS.

16. Attend and participate in devotions, teachers’ meetings, evening programs if involving his or her students or as requested by the administration, and other meetings as assigned.

17. Do supervisory duty as assigned (before school, break, lunch, after school).

18. Maintain classroom in a clean and educationally stimulating environment.

19. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student’s progress.

20. Keep students, parents and the administration adequately informed of students’ progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

21. Submit all reports to the administration, guidance office, school office etc. as required by school regulations or as requested.

22. Work with administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.

23. Complete professional programs as required by the administration and/or ICS Board.

24. Maintain teaching credentials as required by sponsoring agency (state/provincial education department, ACSI, etc.). Acquire teaching credentials as required by the laws of Singapore, NICS and/or ICS.

25. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

26. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity, and optimism.

27. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

28. Respectfully submit and demonstrate loyalty to constituted authority.

29. Maintain a personal appearance that is a role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.

Middle School English

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Bachelor’s Degree (exceptions to be approved by the Academic Review Board)

2. Teaching credential from a state or from ACSI (exceptions will be approved by the Academic Board)

3. Experience working with students

4. Knowledge of specific subject(s)

REPORTS TO: Appropriate level principal

SUPERVISES: Volunteers as needed

JOB GOAL: Provide a quality, Christian education to those students he/she teaches.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Identify the needs of students through diagnostic procedures and relate instructional objectives to these needs. Plan, prepare and execute appropriate lessons, utilizing appropriate resource materials and activities.

2. Maintain student records as required by the school.

3. Communicate with parents, students, and other professional staff regarding student progress (behavioral and academic).

4. Follow prescribed scope and sequence as scheduled.

5. Follow school policies, procedures, rules, regulations and guidelines and the provisions of the contract.

6. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

7. Maintain proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises utilizing teacher made discipline plan in conjunction with school wide discipline plan. Consistent consequences are expected except in extenuating circumstances.

8. Inform the administration if unable to fulfill any duty assigned. Prepare adequate information and materials for a substitute teacher.

9. Employ a variety of instructional aides, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child as stated in the ICS mission statement.

10. Effect student learning through mastery of the subject material by utilizing valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.

11. Integrate Biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum.

12. Complete lesson plans, Atlas, ESO documentation and PLC expectations within specified time frames.

13. Plan and lead student chapel when called upon

14. Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, and outings as assigned.

15. Complete the Christian Philosophy of Education in-service program within the first three years of teaching at ICS.

16. Attend and participate in devotions, teachers’ meetings, evening programs if involving his or her students or as requested by the administration, and other meetings as assigned.

17. Do supervisory duty as assigned (before school, break, lunch, after school).

18. Maintain classroom in a clean and educationally stimulating environment.

19. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student’s progress.

20. Keep students, parents and the administration adequately informed of students’ progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

21. Submit all reports to the administration, guidance office, school office etc. as required by school regulations or as requested.

22. Work with administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.

23. Complete professional programs as required by the administration and/or ICS Board.

24. Maintain teaching credentials as required by sponsoring agency (state/provincial education department, ACSI, etc.). Acquire teaching credentials as required by the laws of Singapore, NICS and/or ICS.

25. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

26. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity, and optimism.

27. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

28. Respectfully submit and demonstrate loyalty to constituted authority.

29. Maintain a personal appearance that is a role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.

Secondary School Technology

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Bachelor’s Degree (exceptions to be approved by the Academic Review Board)

2. Teaching credential from a state or from ACSI (exceptions will be approved by the Academic Board)

3. Experience working with students

4. Knowledge of specific subject(s)

REPORTS TO: Appropriate level principal

SUPERVISES: Volunteers as needed

JOB GOAL: Provide a quality, Christian education to those students he/she teaches.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Identify the needs of students through diagnostic procedures and relate instructional objectives to these needs. Plan, prepare and execute appropriate lessons, utilizing appropriate resource materials and activities.

2. Maintain student records as required by the school.

3. Communicate with parents, students, and other professional staff regarding student progress (behavioral and academic).

4. Follow prescribed scope and sequence as scheduled.

5. Follow school policies, procedures, rules, regulations and guidelines and the provisions of the contract.

6. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

7. Maintain proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises utilizing teacher made discipline plan in conjunction with school wide discipline plan. Consistent consequences are expected except in extenuating circumstances.

8. Inform the administration if unable to fulfill any duty assigned. Prepare adequate information and materials for a substitute teacher.

9. Employ a variety of instructional aides, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child as stated in the ICS mission statement.

10. Effect student learning through mastery of the subject material by utilizing valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.

11. Integrate Biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum.

12. Complete lesson plans, Atlas, ESO documentation and PLC expectations within specified time frames.

13. Plan and lead student chapel when called upon

14. Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, and outings as assigned.

15. Complete the Christian Philosophy of Education in-service program within the first three years of teaching at ICS.

16. Attend and participate in devotions, teachers’ meetings, evening programs if involving his or her students or as requested by the administration, and other meetings as assigned.

17. Do supervisory duty as assigned (before school, break, lunch, after school).

18. Maintain classroom in a clean and educationally stimulating environment.

19. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student’s progress.

20. Keep students, parents and the administration adequately informed of students’ progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

21. Submit all reports to the administration, guidance office, school office etc. as required by school regulations or as requested.

22. Work with administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.

23. Complete professional programs as required by the administration and/or ICS Board.

24. Maintain teaching credentials as required by sponsoring agency (state/provincial education department, ACSI, etc.). Acquire teaching credentials as required by the laws of Singapore, NICS and/or ICS.

25. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

26. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity, and optimism.

27. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

28. Respectfully submit and demonstrate loyalty to constituted authority.

29. Maintain a personal appearance that is a role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.

Secondary School Music

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Bachelor’s Degree (exceptions to be approved by the Academic Review Board)

2. Teaching credential from a state or from ACSI (exceptions will be approved by the Academic Board)

3. Experience working with students

4. Knowledge of specific subject(s)

REPORTS TO: Appropriate level principal

SUPERVISES: Volunteers as needed

JOB GOAL: Provide a quality, Christian education to those students he/she teaches.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Identify the needs of students through diagnostic procedures and relate instructional objectives to these needs. Plan, prepare and execute appropriate lessons, utilizing appropriate resource materials and activities.

2. Maintain student records as required by the school.

3. Communicate with parents, students, and other professional staff regarding student progress (behavioral and academic).

4. Follow prescribed scope and sequence as scheduled.

5. Follow school policies, procedures, rules, regulations and guidelines and the provisions of the contract.

6. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

7. Maintain proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises utilizing teacher made discipline plan in conjunction with school wide discipline plan. Consistent consequences are expected except in extenuating circumstances.

8. Inform the administration if unable to fulfill any duty assigned. Prepare adequate information and materials for a substitute teacher.

9. Employ a variety of instructional aides, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child as stated in the ICS mission statement.

10. Effect student learning through mastery of the subject material by utilizing valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.

11. Integrate Biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum.

12. Complete lesson plans, Atlas, ESO documentation and PLC expectations within specified time frames.

13. Plan and lead student chapel when called upon

14. Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, and outings as assigned.

15. Complete the Christian Philosophy of Education in-service program within the first three years of teaching at ICS.

16. Attend and participate in devotions, teachers’ meetings, evening programs if involving his or her students or as requested by the administration, and other meetings as assigned.

17. Do supervisory duty as assigned (before school, break, lunch, after school).

18. Maintain classroom in a clean and educationally stimulating environment.

19. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student’s progress.

20. Keep students, parents and the administration adequately informed of students’ progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

21. Submit all reports to the administration, guidance office, school office etc. as required by school regulations or as requested.

22. Work with administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.

23. Complete professional programs as required by the administration and/or ICS Board.

24. Maintain teaching credentials as required by sponsoring agency (state/provincial education department, ACSI, etc.). Acquire teaching credentials as required by the laws of Singapore, NICS and/or ICS.

25. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

26. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity, and optimism.

27. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

28. Respectfully submit and demonstrate loyalty to constituted authority.

29. Maintain a personal appearance that is a role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.

High School Bible/Service Trip Coordinator

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Bachelor’s Degree (exceptions to be approved by the Academic Review Board)

2. Teaching credential from a state or from ACSI (exceptions will be approved by the Academic Board)

3. Experience working with students

4. Knowledge of specific subject(s)

REPORTS TO: Appropriate level principal

SUPERVISES: Volunteers as needed

JOB GOAL: Provide a quality, Christian education to those students he/she teaches.


PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Identify the needs of students through diagnostic procedures and relate instructional objectives to these needs. Plan, prepare and execute appropriate lessons, utilizing appropriate resource materials and activities.

2. Maintain student records as required by the school.

3. Communicate with parents, students, and other professional staff regarding student progress (behavioral and academic).

4. Follow prescribed scope and sequence as scheduled.

5. Follow school policies, procedures, rules, regulations and guidelines and the provisions of the contract.

6. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

7. Maintain proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises utilizing teacher made discipline plan in conjunction with school wide discipline plan. Consistent consequences are expected except in extenuating circumstances.

8. Inform the administration if unable to fulfill any duty assigned. Prepare adequate information and materials for a substitute teacher.

9. Employ a variety of instructional aides, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child as stated in the ICS mission statement.

10. Effect student learning through mastery of the subject material by utilizing valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.

11. Integrate Biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum.

12. Complete lesson plans, Atlas, ESO documentation and PLC expectations within specified time frames.

13. Plan and lead student chapel when called upon

14. Supervise extracurricular activities, organizations, and outings as assigned.

15. Complete the Christian Philosophy of Education in-service program within the first three years of teaching at ICS.

16. Attend and participate in devotions, teachers’ meetings, evening programs if involving his or her students or as requested by the administration, and other meetings as assigned.

17. Do supervisory duty as assigned (before school, break, lunch, after school).

18. Maintain classroom in a clean and educationally stimulating environment.

19. Maintain regular and accurate attendance and grade records to meet the demands for a comprehensive knowledge of each student’s progress.

20. Keep students, parents and the administration adequately informed of students’ progress or deficiencies and give sufficient notice of failure.

21. Submit all reports to the administration, guidance office, school office etc. as required by school regulations or as requested.

22. Work with administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.

23. Complete professional programs as required by the administration and/or ICS Board.

24. Maintain teaching credentials as required by sponsoring agency (state/provincial education department, ACSI, etc.). Acquire teaching credentials as required by the laws of Singapore, NICS and/or ICS.

25. Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.

26. Meet everyday stress with emotional stability, objectivity, and optimism.

27. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity and consideration.

28. Respectfully submit and demonstrate loyalty to constituted authority.

29. Maintain a personal appearance that is a role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.


Week Without Walls (WWW) Coordinator

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Teaching experience, preferably Bible and/or missions experience

2. Two years of cross-cultural ministry experience

3. Consistent Christian testimony

4. Models and articulates a Biblical worldview

REPORTS TO: Secondary School Principal

SUPERVISES: Teachers in their role as WWW team leaders

JOB GOAL: Organize and provide leadership to the HS WWW program

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:


Program Definition & Objectives Setting

1. Collaborate with the secondary school principal to set the WWW scope, spiritual objectives, and team leader expectations.

2. Collaborate with the secondary school principal to define the overall service learning strategy for the HS, and ensure that the implementation of WWW is consistent with this overall objectives.

3. Collaborate with the secondary school principal on the selection of suitable sites (the final decision will be the ultimate responsibility of the secondary school principal).

4. Visit prospective sites to confirm their suitability after a thorough pre-visit assessment is conducted in collaboration with the secondary school principal.

5. Develop the overall safety and security protocols for WWW and ensure that team leaders are trained and able to operate within those protocols.

6. Develop and manage a system to assess team leader performance and effectiveness.

7. Ensure that WWW leader materials, WWW Parents/Students Handbook, and other forms and documentations are current.

Supervision & Logistics:

1. Oversee the placement of HS teachers and other available personnel as leaders of WWW teams, and designate

a primary leader and a financial leader.

2. Communicate WWW’s program objectives to students and staff.

3. Oversee the placement of students on WWW teams, receive and deliberate on students’ team selection appeals.

4. Supervise the administrative support staff to ensure that all documentation including required medical and medical release forms are kept current and distributed to parents and students in a timely manner.

5. Communicate with WWW site leaders about program standards and expectations.

6. Communicate with parents about important dates and events, including team selection deadlines, code of conduct deadline, and passport renewal/update.

7. Communicate with parents, students, and team leaders about special circumstances involving students who may not or cannot participate due to illnesses, misbehavior, or social/emotional/physical health issues. The final decision to not allow a student on a trip will ultimately rest with the secondary school principal.

8. Organize WWW presentations.

9. Debrief team leaders following the WWW trips.

10. Provide a method, typically a survey, by which students can provide feedback about their WWW experience.

11. Other duties deemed as necessary could be discussed and added to the role of the WWW coordinator.

Part-Time Drama Club Leader

REPORTS TO: MS/HS Principal

QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum of Bachelor Degree (exceptions to be approved by the Academic Board)
Experience working with students, knowledge of specific subject
Teaching credential from a state or from ACSI (exceptions will be approved by the Academic Board) preferred

JOB GOAL: Organize and lead various dramatic performances for middle school and highschool students.

Primary Tasks:

Drama Instruction & Performances

  • Teach interested students the basics of dramatic performance and dance within the constraints of an after-school, ungraded club.
  • Since this is ungraded and will not follow a prescribed curriculum, the leader has the discretion to adjust the content to meet the specific interests of the students
  • Integrate Biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the activities
  • Organize and lead at least one student performance event during the school year. This can take the format of a production, a series of one-act plays, or other form as deemed best by the leader to showcase student skills

Administrative

  • Review plans and activities regularly with your supervisor
  • Communicate with parents, students, and other staff as needed regarding student activities via schoology
  • Maintain student attendance and achievement records as required (Only if class credit being given)
  • Follow school policies, procedures, rules, regulations and guidelines and the provisions of the contract.
  • Maintain proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises utilizing teacher made discipline plan in conjunction with school wide discipline plan. Consistent consequences are expected except in extenuating circumstances.
  • Demonstrate the character qualities of enthusiasm, courtesy, flexibility, integrity, kindness, self-control, perseverance and punctuality.
  • Maintain a personal appearance that is a role model of cleanliness, modesty, good taste and in agreement with school policy.

Scope

  • Contact instruction 2 days per week from 3:30pm to 5:00pm and work additional hours as needed leading up to a student performance.
  • Inform your supervisor if your feel that the overall workload is exceeding 20% of a full time teaching role. Provide documentation to support this
    conclusion

    If this job opening is of interest to you and it fits your background and qualifications, kindly apply through jobs@ics.edu.sg

School First Aid Officer - 3 days a week

REPORTS TO: Business Manager

Performance Responsibilities:

School Clinic & School First Aid Supplies

  • Serve as the primary staff for school’s first aid station
  • Organize, train, and supervise first aid office assistants
  • Provide basic first aid care for injuries that arise on campus. Clear injured students before returning to class and work with the administration to develop any medical accommodation needed to support recovering from an injury.
  • Accompany students/staff to hospitals or clinics when required if a parent is not available.
  • Attend to students who are ill and determine if students should remain at school or be sent home.
  • Maintain the clinic medical supplies, periodically check medical equipment and restock supplies, stock classroom first aid kits at the beginning of each school

Health Assessment / Screening

  • Track and record student vaccinations to ensure compliance with government requirements and school policies
  • Organize and oversee school health and developmental screening programs such as vision and hearing
  • Ensure proper control of communicable diseases through student monitoring, parent communication, and government reporting: pink eye, head lice, chicken pox, etc
  • Review admissions packages for prospective students to identify and address any medical issues, concerns, or special medical needs

Sports, WWW, and other Off-Site Activities Requiring Nursing Coverage

  • Review sports physicals: Evaluate all physical exams, communicate special needs to coaches
  • Organize first aid coverage for all sporting events on and off campus
  • Assess potential first aid exposures for field trips and other off-site activities, recommend medical coverage/procedures to teachers and principals
  • Student international travel support
    • Set expectations for first aid proficiency for trip leaders
    • Plan and, as appropriate, conduct first aid training for trip leaders and students
    • Organize first aid supplies for trips
    • Assess student special health considerations and work with the trip leaders to ensure proper coverage for those needs

Education & Training

  • Arrange for CPR and first-aid classes for students and staff as needed.
  • Serve as a resource person to individual students, the classroom teacher, and administration regarding health issues.
  • Develop and conduct special health classes for students on selected topics as available

Documentation

  • Lead the development of the school’s health and safety policies and procedures
  • Provide health and safety input to school-wide policies and procedures: crisis plans, evacuation procedures, etc
  • Maintain student documentation: required health records, medical issues, and allergies, first aid office visits, etc.
  • Maintain prescription and non-prescription medication records and, with parental permissions, dispense medications.
  • Fill out accident/incident report forms; maintain and manage files for school accidents and injuries.

Communication

  • Serve as a liaison between school and parents/guardians when illnesses or injuries occur.
  • Ensure that teachers and staff are kept informed of any important student medical concerns
  • Work with government agencies and other schools to stay current on school medical standards and best practices
  • Work with the school social/emotional counselor as needed to address student issues and needs they have both physical and emotional components
  • Inform the parents regarding school accident insurance coverage when necessary and maintain appropriate records.
  • Use discretion and respect confidentiality of all information regarding students and staff. Demonstrate understanding and empathy when working with students.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Internationally trained nurse with Singapore first aid and CPR certification or a Singapore registered nurse
2. Basic computer skills
3. Fluent in English.


If this job opening is of interest to you and it fits your background and qualifications, kindly apply through jobs@ics.edu.sg