St. Andrew’s International Primary School is seeking to appoint an excellent teacher for a position within our Academic Staff.
Position: Specialist Teacher (Art and Design Technology)
This important teaching position will require the successful candidate to exhibit the following characteristics:
Fully qualified teacher status (Internationally recognised)
Extensive experience in the delivery of a British-style curriculum
A positive personal ethos and a proactive approach to education in the British style
The ability to plan and execute high quality lessons, resulting in excellent attainment for children of all abilities
To provide an inspirational model that ensures DT and Art infuse throughout the curriculum and beyond.
The ability to work as part of a team in the delivery of a world-class education
The willingness to work hard and collaboratively to achieve the aims and objectives of the school as a whole.
To exhibit flexibility and adaptability not just in relation to long term initiatives but in response to shorter term requirements.
The ability to act as a role model for all our children and members of staff.
The personal drive to expand good teaching practice outside the boundaries of our school, in line with the school’s ambitious vision.
The successful candidate will take on a lead role within Art and Design Technology. In this role the candidate will be expected to enhance the overall provision; embedding skills and raising the profile of Art and DT throughout the existing curriculum. Through secure and comprehensive planning, and the ongoing monitoring of individual attainment, raise and improve the outcomes for children.
In order to be successful in the role, the candidate will need to show clear ability to work with our year group teams in the delivery of Art and Design Technology. This might include team teaching as well as specific work with target groups of children.
By planning short lessons over a long period of time as well as blocks of teaching, the successful candidate will support and develop each child’s learning journey through to mastery of the skills taught. The successful candidate will need to show creativity in their approach to the teaching of these subjects.
Looking beyond the boundaries of the school, the successful candidate will also be committed to sharing good practice with other schools, and the wider community. In short, growing the reputation of St. Andrew’s so that we become synonymous with Arts development in Malawi.
How to apply
Interested candidates should submit their CV and a cover letter for the attention of “The Principal”. The cover letter should outline your pedagogical approach to the teaching of Primary School Art and Design Technology.