Supply Teacher

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Supply Teacher

Job advert

We currently invite qualified teachers to join the supply list for our preparatory and senior schools. Supply Teachers are called in on an ad hoc basis, when cover is required. This may be through an advance booking, or, at short notice to work the odd day to week blocks.

 

To apply for this role, we require you to complete the application form. Please indicate all age groups and subjects for which you are trained. All offers of employment are subject to confirmation of visa status and Teacher Registration with the Education Bureau (EDB) of Hong Kong.

 

Requirements

Applications are invited from colleagues with a minimum of two years teaching experience, preferably in an International School setting.

 

Candidates should have an innovative and creative approach to providing an outstanding education in line with the National Curriculum. They should have a proven record of outstanding teaching and learning, and have ability to inspire, challenge, support and empower students towards excellence.

 

We are also looking for those who have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. English fluency is essential.

 

All applicants must hold a valid visa to work in Hong Kong.

 

Prospective teachers may be required to apply for a Sexual conviction Record Check (SCRC) through the Hong Kong Police Force.


Your personal data is being collected for human resources purposes, including assessing your suitability for the post for which you are applying. The data will be used by the School and the Board of Governors. If you wish to access any personal data held by the School, please contact the HR Manager. If your application is unsuccessful the personal data you supply will be retained for one year, at the end of which time it will be destroyed.
Kellett School is an equal opportunity employer and as such treats all job applicants and staff with equal respect free from unjustifiable discrimination.
Kellett School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.