Chemistry Teachers (Western Educated)Description:

Department Description

Exercise leadership by taking personal responsibility for monitoring and assessing the progress of all learners

Maximize efficiency, maintain discipline and morale, promote teamwork, plan, communicate, focus on results, evaluate progress, and make constant adjustments to their professional practice 

Use a range of strategies to promote positive relationships, cooperation, and purposeful learning in the classroom

Engage learners in individual and cooperative learning activities that help them develop their knowledge, skills, understanding and attitudes for learning

Organize, allocate, and manage the most appropriate educational resources to facilitate active and equitable engagement of learners in productive tasks

Use a range of teaching and learning strategies to engage learners in active learning opportunities that promote the development of critical thinking, problem solving, and performance capabilities and that help learners assume responsibility for identifying and using learning resources

Use formal tests, responses to quizzes, evaluation of class assignments, learner performances, projects, and standardized achievement tests to understand what learners know

Use formative assessment strategies that involve learners in self-assessment activities to help them become aware of their strengths and needs, and to encourage them to set personal goals for learning

Maintain up to date records of leaners work and performance and communicate leaners progress knowledgeably and responsibly, based on appropriate indicators, to learners, parents, and other colleagues

Keep the needs of learners at the center of all professional planning and decision-making

Actively participate in staff development programmes and performance review

Pursue further training and professional development as a teacher

Prepare learners for qualifications and external examinations

Participate in and support extracurricular activities, such as outings, social activities and sporting events Participate in departmental meetings and reviews as required

Communicate and consult with parents on learner progress

Actively participate in and support whole-school training events

Provide guidance and advice to learners on educational and social matters

Maintain a clear distinction between personal values and professional ethics

Maintain discipline in accordance with the rules and disciplinary system of the institute 

Work collaboratively with colleagues, families, and the community to support the learning environment Uphold the Institute’s code of conduct and all school policies

Undertake such other related duties as may be assigned from time to time by the institute.

Job Requirements:

Bachelor degree in the curricular subject from a recognized university 

Masters degree is preferred

Teaching Certificate / Diploma from a recognized university or equivalent

IELTS 7.0 or higher for Non-Native language speakers is required.

IC3 (Internet and Computer Core Certificate

Basics of computer hardware and software maintenance (compTIA Strata Certificate) – A+ is preferred

1-3 years’ of experience in his/her field based on proven experience in a reputable institute/school and the candidate’s GPA

Industrial experience in the subject area is preferred 

How To Apply:

Interested candidates should Email their CVs to with “the position applied for” in the subject line of the email. 

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