Overview

The Junior and Senior School, Senior School site, is looking to hire an enthusiastic, hardworking individual in the positions of German Language Teacher (Part-Time) for the Academic year 2022 – 2023 onwards.

The Modern Foreign Languages Department comprises of an enthusiastic, committed, and energetic team of teachers who offer our students the opportunity to learn French, German or Spanish.  Our aim is to provide a highly engaging, interesting, and challenging curriculum, which allows all our students to develop the skills and the confidence to see themselves as ‘World Citizens’ of a multicultural, and multilingual society.

Duties and Responsibilities

The duties and responsibilities outlined in the detailed Job Description, are examples of a successful candidate. However, these are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive.

Requirements

  • KYSATS recognized Degree in German Language from a recognized university
  • Be a fully qualified teacher and able to teach both at GCSE and A level
  • PGCE will be considered as an advantage
  • Be able to communicate effectively within a team
  • Be a positive, kind, and caring teacher
  • Good behaviour management skills
  • Excellent knowledge of English language both verbal and written

Location

We are welcoming expression of interest for our Senior School site.

Remuneration

A competitive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidates, according to qualifications and experience.

Applications

All applications will be treated with the strictest confidentiality. Interested applicants should send their CV to c[email protected] quoting “German Teacher(PT)/11.2022”, until the 30th November 2022.

Job Description

Position: German Language Teacher

Duties & Responsibilities 

Learning and Teaching

  • Planning and preparing stimulating, challenging, enjoyable learning opportunities which take into regard the curriculum of the School and the individual abilities of the pupils in the class
  • Consistently teaching at a high level to ensure pupils’ learning is challenging and progressing
  • Whenever possible, giving immediate oral or written feedback to pupils about their learning so that they know how to improve
  • Assessing, recording and reporting on the development, progress and attainment of pupils
  • Checking on the academic progress of individual pupils on a regular basis
  • Differentiating teaching materials so that tasks and expectations are appropriate and support and challenge pupils whatever their levels of ability
  • Ensuring that all records and data collection are kept up to date and that information is passed onto Subject Leaders and the Head Teacher in a timely manner
  • Communicating and consulting with the parents or carers of pupils about their child’s progress in all areas
  • Communicating and consulting with specialist teachers when required
  • Communicating and co-operating with agencies outside the School as appropriate
  • Working as part of a team to plan collaborative schemes of work and learning plans for pupils in their particular year group

Discipline

  • Providing guidance and advice to pupils on their social and emotional development
  • Maintaining high standards of behaviour in all learning situations; being aware of the School’s Behavioural Policy and procedures
  • Maintaining a high standard of pupil behaviour in the playground and common areas, being alert and proactive and inform and liaise with class teachers when appropriate

Professional Development

  • Reviewing on an ongoing basis, teaching methods and programmes of work
  • Participating in arrangements for professional development which support the development of the whole School and the individual
  • Participating in meetings at the School which relate to the curriculum, administration or organisation

This list includes the main duties and responsibilities of the above-mentioned position, however it is not exhaustive. Any additional duties that might be deemed for you to undertake, will be communicated clearly and transparently. All professional staff are expected to undertake other duties and projects as may be reasonably required by the Principal and/or the line manager in accordance with the grade of the post. This job description is subject to regular discussion and review.