Junior Secondary Performing Arts (Tatu Day School) at Nova Pioneer

Job Description

Key responsibilities for the role include:

  • Teaching the subject of specialization i.e.Performing Arts.
  • Maintain positive, constructive and professional relationships with students, their families and colleagues.
    Develop lessons plans and partner with the Learning Design Team in reviewing and updating lessons when required/ desired.
  • Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning, is developmentally appropriate to the maturity and interests of the students and maintain an organized and focused learning environment.
  • Infuse joy and passion for learning in lessons so that students are excited and interested in their academic excellence.
  • Provide necessary accommodations and modifications for the growth and success of all students, both in academic and culture expectations.
  • Be accountable for students’ mastery of content and academic standards.
  • Integrate interactive technology into lessons to enhance instructional delivery.
  • Set and communicate rigorous and ambitious goals for all students and provide effective student feedback so they internalize them.
  • Provide consistent rewards and/or consequences for student behavior and model expected behaviour at all times for students to emulate
  • Consistently meet the ambitious goals of a rapidly-growing organization
  • Serve as teacher on duty and/or boarding teacher on duty and support school wide programs aimed at behavior interventions.
  • Timely capture of students data on academic outcomes and articulation of students progress to NP families and other stakeholders when called upon to do so.
  • Support clubs, societies and other core-curricular enrichment’s at the school aimed at building all rounded students.
  • Serve as a home room teacher when called upon to do so.

About You

Skills and Qualifications required:

  • TSC certification and a relevant Degree in Education/ P1 Diploma/ P1 Certificate.
  • 1-2 years teaching experience in the subject of Music/Drama.
  • You have good working skills with technology such as Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • You are a great communicator. You are able to provide clear and effective written and verbal communication.
  • You are flexible and open to change – you handle uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity well.
  • You are a problem solver – you are proactive in identifying issues and address these thoroughly by making an effort to find appropriate solutions.
  • You are excited about our organizational culture—and in particular, you are fired up to challenge yourself by embracing mutual vulnerability and a fire-hose of feedback.