This specialist role offers an exciting opportunity to support colleagues in the implementation and integration of technology within their classrooms across our two preparatory campuses, and contribute to the development of technology within the wider community.
The successful applicant will plan and co-teach with class teachers and subject leaders; additionally they shall identify and deliver professional development opportunities for colleagues. They shall promote the understanding of the effective use of technology across the wider Kellett community.
Kellett School has its own salary scale; HK$40,000 – HK$78,000 per month less Mandatory Provident Fund contributions (MPF, currently HK$1,500, per month)
Additional benefits include:
- 22% end of contract gratuity (less employers MPF contributions)
- Comprehensive medical scheme; currently provided by April HK.
- Relocation package including one month’s room only accommodation
- Interest free loan on arrival, equivalent to one month’s salary; repayable in ten equal installments to cover initial expenses
- Interest free loan to cover rental deposit; repayable from gratuity
- School fee remission (at the level agreed currently) for eligible appointees
- A comprehensive school induction programme is offered to all new colleagues, extending to a Hong Kong familiarisation for those joining from overseas.
The post is normally offered on a two year initial contract, renewable on an annual basis by mutual agreement and subject to performance. Full employment terms, conditions and job descriptions will be sent to all shortlisted candidates.
Applications are warmly invited from qualified teachers who can demonstrate they are a motivated self-starter together with;
- Excellent communication skills and the ability to ignite a passion for learning in others
- Strong technical back-ground, work-ethic, well-organised having excellent interpersonal skills
- Expertise in digital literacy, together with a desire to unlock the potential of learning technology within the context of a broad and rich curriculum.
- The ability to inspire, lead and collaborate in innovative and creative ways
- A willingness to make a significant contribution to our extra-curricular activities and to the wider school life
- A commitment towards their own professional development
- Experience of, or aspiration to obtain, Google Certification or Apple Distinguished Educator status
- Knowledge of the National Curriculum for England and UK experience is desirable but not essential.
The successful applicant will join a growing department that is well resourced and enjoys high levels of technical support within a community that values learning technology. This post attracts a generous remuneration package, the opportunity to work within a highly regarded British International School community and experience living in one of Asia’s most dynamic and exciting cities.
Please note we require the contact details of three referees, one of whom must be your current Head. Referees will be contacted prior to interview..
Applications close: 7 December 2020
Kellett School reserves the right to appoint to this position at any time during the recruitment process.
Applicants, who have not been contacted by 31 December 2020, can assume that on this occasion they have been unsuccessful and are sincerely thanked by the Association for their interest.
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 Kellett School and the Board of Governors. If you wish to access any personal data held by Kellett 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 - The British International School in Hong Kong is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.