Secondary Arts, Humanities and English Classroom Teacher
About the Job
Quality teachers and first-rate instruction are just some of the factors highlighted in the McKinsey Report which placed Singapore high on its list of the world’s best-performing school systems.
The Singapore Ministry of Education focuses on teacher quality, and is committed to grooming and hiring professional teachers and capable school leaders from Singapore and overseas. International teachers have been part of our school scene for generations, actively enriching the teaching and learning environment and providing variety to our students’ perspectives.
Find out more about the Singapore Ministry of Education at www.moe.gov.sg.
Be Different. Teach in Singapore.
We are looking for dedicated and highly motivated classroom teachers for our Singapore schools. If you have a degree in Geography, History, English Language/Literature, Music, Art or Physical Education and a teaching certificate (e.g. B.Ed, PGCE, M.Ed, M.A.T), excellent communication skills and a passion for education, we want you!
You can look forward to a challenging career that expects you to develop your students both within and beyond the classroom. Successful candidates will be offered an attractive remuneration package, which is commensurate with your educational qualifications and work experience.*
Keen to find out more?
Find out more about teaching in Singapore at www.moe.gov.sg/teach.
We conduct recruitment all year round. If you wish to be considered for positions in Jan/Mar 2013, please email your curriculum vitae, completed application form and transcript of your degree(s) to email@example.com by 28 Oct 2012. Please also include ‘Australia 2012: Application’ as the subject of your email. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
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* All terms and conditions are subject to review and change from time to time without prior notification. The Ministry of Education (Singapore) reserves the right to decide on the terms and conditions to be offered. No reasons will be provided for selection and non-selection of candidates.
Editor’s Note: Why does our MOE recruits teachers from Australia when there are so many jobless PMETs trying to look for work and some even have to drive cabs in order to survive? I have heard of many PMETs who are keen to teach but they were not given the opportunity. The above advertisement appears in one of the Australia’s main online job portal careerone.com.