Jobs (Education)

The Schooling Society Pte. Ltd.
15Jan
Illustrator and Graphic Designer
The Schooling Society Pte. Ltd.

Experienced with using Adobe Illustrator, Indesign, Photoshop and Wacom.Can illustrate well using Wacom Have an excellent eye for colour, fonts and spaceHave a passion for illustration and designExcellent working environment and cultureGreat team spirit   Read more

Swimming Teacher Institute
15Jan
Swimming Teacher (Trainee)
Swimming Teacher Institute

Take the splash and plunge into a highly rewarding career! The Swimming Teacher Institute (STI) is open for anyone to pick up a new expertise. It does not matter if you have prior experience in swimming or coaching – we will train you! The Opportunity: High potential earning income as a private swimming instructor Flexible teaching hours and location set by you    Read more

Get internationally recognized certification to teach swimming in 2 months time Keep fit while earning a good income Requirements: Has at least Diploma Can swim at least one stroke (e.g. freestyle or breaststroke) What You Will Learn: Acquire strong swimming skills including life saving Joey Lingo -- a proprietary teaching methodology developed with child psychologists Teach toddlers (6 months old), kids and adults on how to swim Ready to become a swimming instructor? We assure you, it is no sweat.

E-Bridge Pre-School Pte Ltd
15Jan
Mandarin Language Teacher
E-Bridge Pre-School Pte Ltd

The Mandarin Language Teacher will be responsible (in collaboration with the Child Care Teacher) to take care of young children and facilitate small group experience to meet the curriculum requirements of the school. Job Role & Responsibilities Plan engaging circle time experiences and small group experiences within an inquiry, play-based context Create meaningful language opportunities for children where a love for Mandarin can    Read more

be promoted Document children’s learning through contributions towards newsletters, class panels and children’s portfolios; Build warm relationships and partnerships with parents Share in the management of pastoral care, health, welfare and behaviour of all children and in particular, those within your designated class group. Respect and value each child’s social, cultural and religious background and by example, provides mutual respect and tolerance. Maintains professional dialogue with colleagues concerning the children, other colleagues and the school.  Work effectively in a dynamic team. Job Requirements Diploma in Early Childhood Care & Education –Teaching (Chinese Language) with at least B4 in Chinese Language at GCE ‘O’ Level or its equivalent; At least 1 year working experience in a pre-school in Singapore; Excellent written and verbal communication skills in Chinese Language to conduct lessons. Able to converse in English; We seek only passionate and dedicated educators who want to make a difference in children's learning. Working location: Yishun/ Sembawang/ Sengkang/ Punggol/ Bukit Pajang/ Circuit Road We offer a competitive remuneration package plus benefits to the right candidate.  Interested candidates are invited to apply online by clicking ‘APPLY NOW’ button below. Please include cover application letter and detailed CV with current and expected salary, and copies of qualifications and testimonials. On appointment original copies must be provided for verification.

E-Bridge Pre-School Pte Ltd
15Jan
Administrative Executive
E-Bridge Pre-School Pte Ltd

The Administrative Executive will be responsible to the Principal for all administrative details related to the day-to-day operations of the centre and provide customer care services to students and their parents during their stay with the school. Job Role & Responsibilities Meet and greet parents, students and visitors at the school Provide proper information about school fees and programs Manage    Read more

students information Issue invoices, collect school fees and issue receipts Purchase items from suppliers for capital expenditures, kitchen, stationery, events, etcPrepare Expenditure Requisition Forms and obtain price quotations from suppliers Prepare Expenditure Requisition Forms and obtain price quotations from suppliers Responsible for proper storage of stationary and uniforms Perform general clerical duties Support operational work flow   Job Requirements Minimum 3 GCE ‘O’ levels with at least B4 in English and credit in a second language At least 2 years experience in an administrative role Good interpersonal skills, able to relate to people from different culture and languages. Good written and verbal communication skills Able to work independently, multi-task and adapt quickly in a fast paced environment Able to handle confidential information with discretion and integrity Proficient in MSOffice Applications Only Singapore Citizens need apply. Working Location: Bukit Batok/Yishun/ Sembawang/ Hougang/Punggol/ Sengkang/ Bukit Panjang/ Circuit Road/Telok Blangah We offer a competitive remuneration package plus benefits to the right candidate. Suitably qualified applicants are invited to send your updated resume in MS Word via APPLY NOW button Please include cover application letter and detailed CV with current and expected salary and copies of qualifications and testimonials. On appointment original copies must be provided for verification.

Nanyang Institute of Management Pte Ltd
14Jan
Student Service Executive
Nanyang Institute of Management Pte Ltd

Requirements: GCE ‘O’ / ‘A’ Level or Diploma, preferably at least 1-2 years relevant working experience in educational institutions Bilingual in English and Mandarin in order to liaise with Chinese speaking students Good communication skills, customer orientated, meticulous with pleasant personality   Responsibilities: Administer students’ admission, withdrawal, course completion, attendance tracking and payment processes    Read more

Attend to students’ enquiries, feedbacks, complaints and requests Attend to ICA and other regulatory matters Organise activities for students Co-ordinate various school admin matters between different departments   Interested applicants please e-mail your detailed CV with expected salary online.

Singapore American School
14Jan
Curriculum and Assessment Specialist
Singapore American School

We thank you for your interest in possible teaching opportunities at Singapore American School (SAS). SAS is committed to providing each student with an exemplary American education. Central to that work are our six "Institutional Commitments". We are seeking faculty and staff who subscribe to these ideals and who wish to collaborate, innovate, and make a positive difference within the SAS community. Our Institutional Commitments are:    Read more

1) Professional Learning Communities Overarching Commitment 2) Common, Guaranteed, Viable Curriculum Develop and refine quality UbD units in Atlas to clarify intended teaching and learning 3) Evidence of Learning Implement Assessment Guidelines (in 2013-14 include Grading Guidelines, in 2014-15 include Reporting Guidelines) to establish clarity, consistency, and coherence Use data or evidence to inform decision-making 4) Great Teaching and LearningEvery Student, Every Day Use appropriate instructional practices to support mastery of desired learning outcomes 5) Integration of Technology Utilize technology integration to extend and enrich student learning 6) Healthy Organizational Culture Exhibit the SAS Core Values of honesty, compassion, fairness, responsibility, and respect to support a positive and learning-focused culture Personal Demonstrate commitment to personal continuous professional growth and development Continue involvement with students in various capacities Develop and maintain effective working relationships Represent SAS with students, parents, staff, and broader school community in a professional manner Exhibit a professional attitude toward criticism Recognize and strengthen personal performance through self analysis of actions, participating in professional development activities, exploring educational research, participating in professional organizations, and through formal renewal programs Annual Salary and Benefits Package (2018-2019 School Year) Base Salary: US$ 54,642 82,392 (Educational Supplement for MA: US$ 3,571 and DOC: US$ 7,857) Retirement: 20% of base salary, subject to a maximum annual contribution of US$ 10,285 Maximum initial placement Step 8; All columns of salary schedule range from Step 1 to 22 Note: Exchange Rate Adopted: 1 USD = 1.4 SGD Annual Benefits Housing allowance (FOR OVERSEAS HIRES ONLY) Annual Home Leave (FOR OVERSEAS HIRES ONLY) Waiver of school fees for eligible dependents (FOR OVERSEAS HIRES ONLY) Group Insurance Life and Accident 100% of premium covered by SAS Group Medical Insurance (local plan) 100% of premium covered by SAS for employee and eligible dependents Group Medical Insurance (expatriate) 100% of premium covered by SAS for employee and eligible dependents Short-term Disability coverage provided by SAS Long-Term Disability Insurance available One-time Benefits Upon Arrival and/or Departure (FOR OVERSEAS HIRES ONLY) Settling-in allowance Inbound airfare for faculty member and eligible dependents Outbound airfare for faculty member and eligible dependents Inbound shipment for faculty member and eligible dependents Outbound shipment for faculty member and eligible dependents Reports to: Executive Director of Curriculum and Assessment Type of position: Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA) Duration of Assignment: Four years with an initial two-year contract Job Overview Working with faculty, teacher leaders, and division administrators, the TOSA plans, organizes, and promotes various requirements necessary for the implementation of personalized learning. The primary work will focus on completion of competency-based curriculum and assessments across all grade levels at SAS while developing, facilitating, and providing related training for faculty. This work will also include looking at how evidence is used for both development and effective implementation of the curriculum. The TOSA serves on appropriate committees and task forces, assists teams with development of units a

Singapore American School
12Jan
Curriculum and Assessment Specialist
Singapore American School

We thank you for your interest in possible teaching opportunities at Singapore American School (SAS). SAS is committed to providing each student with an exemplary American education. Central to that work are our six "Institutional Commitments". We are seeking faculty and staff who subscribe to these ideals and who wish to collaborate, innovate, and make a positive difference within the SAS community. Our Institutional Commitments are: 1)    Read more

Professional Learning Communities- Overarching Commitment 2) Common, Guaranteed, Viable Curriculum Develop and refine quality UbD units in Atlas to clarify intended teaching and learning3) Evidence of Learning Implement Assessment Guidelines (in 2013-14 include Grading Guidelines, in 2014-15 include Reporting Guidelines) to establish clarity, consistency, and coherence Use data or evidence to inform decision-making4) Great Teaching and Learning- Every Student, Every Day Use appropriate instructional practices to support mastery of desired learning outcomes5) Integration of Technology Utilize technology integration to extend and enrich student learning6) Healthy Organizational Culture Exhibit the SAS Core Values of honesty, compassion, fairness, responsibility, and respect to support a positive and learning-focused culturePersonal Demonstrate commitment to personal continuous professional growth and development Continue involvement with students in various capacities Develop and maintain effective working relationships Represent SAS with students, parents, staff, and broader school community in a professional manner Exhibit a professional attitude toward criticism Recognize and strengthen personal performance through self analysis of actions, participating in professional development activities, exploring educational research, participating in professional organizations, and through formal renewal programs Annual Salary and Benefits Package (2018-2019 School Year) Base Salary: US$ 54,642 - 82,392 (Educational Supplement for MA: US$ 3,571 and DOC: US$ 7,857) Retirement: 20% of base salary, subject to a maximum annual contribution of US$ 10,285 Maximum initial placement Step 8; All columns of salary schedule range from Step 1 to 22 Note: Exchange Rate Adopted: 1 USD = 1.4 SGD Annual Benefits Housing allowance (FOR OVERSEAS HIRES ONLY) Annual Home Leave (FOR OVERSEAS HIRES ONLY) Waiver of school fees for eligible dependents (FOR OVERSEAS HIRES ONLY) Group Insurance Life and Accident - 100% of premium covered by SAS Group Medical Insurance (local plan) - 100% of premium covered by SAS for employee and eligible dependents Group Medical Insurance (expatriate) - 100% of premium covered by SAS for employee and eligible dependents Short-term Disability coverage provided by SAS Long-Term Disability Insurance available One-time Benefits Upon Arrival and/or Departure (FOR OVERSEAS HIRES ONLY) Settling-in allowance Inbound airfare for faculty member and eligible dependents Outbound airfare for faculty member and eligible dependents Inbound shipment for faculty member and eligible dependents Outbound shipment for faculty member and eligible dependentsReports to: Executive Director of Curriculum and Assessment Type of position: Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA) Duration of Assignment: Four years with an initial two-year contract Job Overview Working with faculty, teacher leaders, and division administrators, the TOSA plans, organizes, and promotes various requirements necessary for the implementation of personalized learning. The primary work will focus on completion of competency-based curriculum and assessments across all grade levels at SAS while developing, facilitating, and providing related training for faculty. This work will also include looking at how evidence is used for both development and effective implementation of the curriculum. The TOSA serves on appropriate committees and task forces, assists teams with development of units and assessments aligned to the SAS personalized learning strategy, and facilitates the implementation of a learning platform for macro and micro data needs.The TOSA will assist with the implementation of each component of the personalized learning strategy and acts as an advocate for appropriate curricular and assessment changes and modifications. Qualifications and experience Equivalent to the completion of an earned Master of Arts or higher degree program from an accredited college or university in educational administration, instructional supervision, curriculum and instruction or a closely related field Five years of successful teaching experience Demonstrated experience in: developing standards-based and competency-based curriculum and assessment developing and implementing systems for the capture, analysis, visualization, and use of data leading complex initiatives requiring new thinking, change leadership, and building coalitions of support. designing, implementing, and assessing the impact of initiatives Preferred Skills and Knowledge:Knowledge of and experience with the principles and practices associated with: personalized learning competency-based learning progressions and customized learning pathways, flexible learning environments standards-based/ competency-based curriculum disciplinary standards, cross-disciplinary standards, and interdisciplinary learning standards based/ competency-based assessment including balanced assessment practices, development of performance tasks, and standards-based grading practices standards-based/ competency-based instruction including Universal Design for Learning, self-paced courses, hybrid learning, and practices that promote personalized learning how technology intersects with and supports curriculum, assessment, and instruction vertically articulating curriculum between grades and between divisions Ability to work independently exercising sound judgment and initiative in implementing tasks and recognizing problems Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with adults Ability to use adult learning theory to shape professional development offerings Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writingSpecific responsibilities include: Researches new and innovative practices specifically related to personalized learning Researches curriculum and assessment practices specifically related to competency-based learning Develops, plans and coordinates curriculum and assessments for the purpose of implementing a competency-based learning system to support personalized learning Establishes systems to assess readiness levels of teachers to implement personalized learning practices Collaborates with grade level and/or department teams to design innovative and effective personalized learning curriculum and assessments for all students Collaborates with grade level and/or department teams to build learning pathways that provide students with the ability to co-plan his/her learning Researches and identifies macro-data trends at the system level Researches and identifies micro-data trends at the classroom/student level Develops systems to best leverage data currently collected, and develops new data sources to support personalized learning Builds teacher capacity to manage real-time student data Consults with administrators and coaches for the purpose of implementing, supporting, and monitoring the SAS personalized learning approach Designs/conducts diverse professional development for the purpose of implementing personalized learning, including competency-based learning Designs/conducts parent education for the purpose of building community understanding of personalized learning, including competency-based learning Acts as an advocate for appropriate curricular and assessment changes and modifications

Brainy Bee Junior Education Pte Ltd
11Jan
Childcare Chinese teacher
Brainy Bee Junior Education Pte Ltd

* DPT or D-ECCE * Valid First Aid* Committed with good communication skill* Cheerful, enthusiastic, team player* Able to work independently with minimum supervision* Computer literateJob description* Committed to the development and teaching of pre-school children* Engage and motivate children through play and hands on activities* Perform routine care of children*    Read more

Conduct Chinese lessons according to centre's curriculum* Maintenance of classroom in optimum working and learning environment

Singapore Institute of Technology
11Jan
Analyst, ACE (Accounts, Content and Engagement), Trust and Safety - Singapore
Singapore Institute of Technology

The area: Trust and Safety: At Google we work hard to earn our users’ trust every day. Gaining and retaining this trust is critically important to Google’s success. We defend Google's integrity by fighting spam, fraud and abuse, and develop and communicate state-of-the-art product policies. The Trust and Safety team reduces risk and protects the experience of our users and business partners in more than 40 languages and across    Read more

Google's expanding base of products. We work with a variety of teams from Engineering to Legal, Public Policy and Engineering to set policies and combat fraud and abuse in a scalable way, often with an eye to finding industry-wide . Trust and Safety team members are motivated to find innovative , and use know-how, user insights and proactive communication to pursue the highest possible quality and safety standards for users across Google products. Analyst, ACE (Accounts, Content and Engagement), Trust and Safety - Singapore: Google's brand is only as as our users' trust--and their steadfast belief that our guiding principles are what's best for them. Our Trust and Safety team has the critical responsibility of protecting Google's users by ensuring online safety by fighting web abuse and fraud across Google products like Search, Maps, AdWords and AdSense. On this team, you're a big-picture thinker and strategic leader. You understand the user's point of view and are passionate about using combined , and customer service acumen to protect our users. You work globally and cross-functionally with Google developers and Product Managers to navigate challenging online safety situations and handle abuse and fraud cases at Google speed (read: fast!). Help us prove that quality on the Internet trumps all. Responsibilities: - Develop anti-abuse programs to solve for cross-product vulnerabilities, and ensure their successful roll-out on a global scale by bringing cross-functional teams toward a common, measurable goal - Analyze metrics, dig deep into underlying vulnerabilities, and design solutions. - Represent the abuse team in cross-functional, cross-product area conversations with teams around the company, advising on counter-abuse strategies and coordinating integration efforts. - Develop and deploy machine learning models collaborating with engineering partners to solve fraud/abuse problems at scale. - Collaborate with product, design, legal, policy, and industry partners to advance the state-of-the-art across the Internet as a whole. Minimum qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics, or related technical field or equivalent practical experience. - Experience in statistics, working with statistical packages (R, SAS, Stata, Matlab, etc.), and in working with large datasets (SQL), as well as in developing machine learning models. - Experience in deriving a set of valid abuse signals from a large set of data, summarizing it and deriving conclusions from it that can facilitate automation and prevention. - Experience in delivering projects that involve multiple stakeholders from different areas (for example: Eng, Policy, Product) and in multiple offices in different time-zones. Preferred qualifications: - Experience managing multiple complex projects, working globally and cross-functionally. - Experience with statistical and quantitative modeling (e.g., regression, classification, clustering) and/or proficiency with programming languages (e.g., Python or Java) - Demonstrated ability to synthesize information to see the big picture while effectively managing detail - Outstanding leadership, influencing, communication, interpersonal and teamwork skills - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills proven in an environment of remote offices.

LASALLE College of the Arts
11Jan
SENIOR EXECUTIVE (STUDENT RECRUITMENT)
LASALLE College of the Arts

The Student Recruitment team plays a key role in raising awareness and creating interest for LASALLE’s wide range of diplomas and degrees programmes. Reporting to the Director, Division of Admissions and Assistant Manager (Student Recruitment), your responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Conduct local and international student recruitment activities in assigned markets to generate and convert leads into applications – e.g. open    Read more

house, recruitment fairs and seminars, applicant preparation workshops, networking with school teachers and counsellors, and coordinating the preparation of marketing materials Provide programme advice to prospective students (and their parents) via face-to-face counselling, email and telephone correspondence. This is a daily function that drives the energy and commitment of the Student Recruitment team as we seek to understand the needs of our customers Keep abreast of developments in education and student recruitment in your assigned market segments Maintain and update the prospective student database   Requirements: Bachelor’s degree from an established university and 3 years and above or equivalent of relevant experience in marketing, preferably in education/youth marketing is required. Diploma holder with at least 8 years of relevant experience may apply. Empathises with today’s youth Outgoing and dynamic with the ability to inspire and engage prospective students and convert them into applicants Excellent command of spoken and written English Excellent organisational, interpersonal and presentation skills Able to travel overseas for student recruitment activities   Please submit your letter of interest, current curriculum vitae and any relevant supporting materials, indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, by e-mail to: [Click Here to Email Your Resume] before closing date 26 January 2018 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:   Director - Division of Human Resources LASALLE College of the Arts 1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940   Information on the Institution and the positions advertised above can be found at www.lasalle.edu.sg     We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.