Date Posted: 7/19/16
Privately-owned, world-class portfolio of K-12
academies and higher ed institutions
to $72,000K + Expat package including relocation
fee, contemporary housing
Start date: Ideally
end of July, 2016
Minimum 1 year commitment
A private University in
Indonesia is seeking a Math Instructor to teach
college level math to high school students (dual
credit). A Masters degree in Mathematics
(not Math Education and not Applied Mathematics)
is required with at least 18 graduate
level credits in Math. Candidates must
have 3 to 5 years of teaching at the
university level. Experience teaching dual credit
classes to high school students is preferable.
a program of study that, as much as possible,
meets the individual needs, interests, and
abilities of the students.
a classroom environment that is conducive to
learning and appropriate to the maturity and
interests of the students.
lessons that reflect accommodations for
for classes assigned and show written evidence of
preparation upon request of immediate supervisor.
a rigorous, standardized focused Subject
curriculum, and implement new instructional
methodologies and best practices.
classes in an engaging, interactive and
enthusiastic manner that is facilitative and
student-centered flipped classes, blended
learning, PBL, etc.
with an established lesson plan, where
applicable, and maintain pacing of the
an environment where students feel comfortable
speaking, and guide students through proper
speech patterns and pronunciation.
students to set and maintain standards of
the learning process toward the achievement of
curriculum goals and, in harmony with the goals,
establish clear objectives for all lessons,
units, projects, and the like to communicate
these objectives to the students.
a variety of instructional techniques and
instructional media consistent with the physical
limitations of the location provided, and the
needs and capabilities of the individuals or
student groups involved.
to implement, by instruction and action, SSSs
philosophy of education and instructional goals
the accomplishments of the students on a regular
basis and provide progress reports as required.
students for evaluation by specialists as
necessary and reasonable precautions to protect
the students, equipment, materials, and
accurate, complete, and correct records as
required by law, school policy, and
the administration in implementing all policies
and rules governing student life and conduct.
reasonable rules of classroom behavior. Maintain
order in the classroom in a fair and just manner.
provisions for being available to the students
and to the parents for education-related purposes
and supervise purposeful assignments for teacher
aide(s) and volunteer(s) and, cooperatively with
department heads, evaluate their job performance.
and improve professional competence.
in company and campus staff development.
staff meetings and serve on staff committees.
a professional relationship with colleagues.
and maintain open lines of communication with
students, parents, and community members.
and submit lesson plans in a timely manner in the
platform the school utilizes.
a minimum number of grades in the SIMS database
in a timely manner.
the mentor teacher regularly (if one assigned)
other duties as assigned.
Masters degree in pure Mathematics (not
Math Education) is required with at
least 18 graduate level credits in
to 5 years of teaching at the university level.
motivated individual with the ability to assess
and adapt to the proficiency needs of learners.
of the students cultural differences and
supportive of their unique needs.
to communicate effectively in English both
written and oral forms with all stakeholders
including but not limited to administration,
colleagues, parents, and students.
to establish and maintain effective working
relationships both internal and external to the
to organize special programs for assigned campus.
to use computer including software, database used
by the district, spreadsheet and word processing
software, calculator, copy machine and telephone.
to analyze data.
to use effective interview techniques, effective
public speaking skills, and problem-solving
teaching dual credit classes to high school
students is preferable.