SIBS MS/HS Art 



Job Summary 


To provide learning activities appropriate to the age of the students in order to develop an interest in and ability for creative expression. To develop an understanding and appreciation of art in each student. 


Primary responsibilities 


●   plan and prepare learning activities and guide students towards the achievement of curriculum            objectives


●   develop a program to meet the needs, abilities and interests of students


●   Use a range of instructional techniques and media consistent with available resources and student       needs and capabilities


●   expand the students' use of individual and collaborative strategies to generate concepts and                ideas


●    incorporate new technologies and tools in the creative process


●    teach students how to identify elements and techniques used to create concepts  


●    teach students to apply elements of design and modern principles of art


●    further the students' knowledge of visual arts and media through art theory and history


●   develop an aesthetic understanding and appreciation that allows students to make qualitative              judgments about art


●    enable students to create a functional portfolio of their art works 


●    plan, coordinate and prepare art displays and exhibitions for the school and community


●    assist students with effective display and presentation of their works


●    evaluate each student's performance on a continual basis


●    prepare progress reports


●    communicate with staff and parents on student's progress


●    develop and maintain effective working relationships both internal and external to the school               district


●    select and maintain required inventory of materials, tools, instructional aids and equipment


●     instruct students in the proper use and maintenance of materials, equipment and tools


●     monitor proper use and storage of materials, tools and equipment to ensure good housekeeping


●     ensure the required standards of classroom management and student behavior are met


●      maintain accurate and complete records as required by law, district policy and administrative                regulations


Education and Experience


Bachelor's degree in Education prefered


State teaching certificate/licensure appropriate for grade level and subject area


solid working knowledge of the concepts, activities and techniques related to teaching art at the          required level


strong foundation in classroom management


knowledge of the policies and procedures of the school district relevant to the tasks and                      responsibilities of the position



Job Description for K-12 IB Librarian 


Springboard International Bilingual School 


An IB Librarian should have a degree in Library studies with 2 years’ experience. We are looking for someone who ideally has worked in a secondary IB setting and has experience with the duties of a Librarian. The senior management team is supportive in that the school is aiming to become an IB World School. The Teacher Librarian has overall responsibility for the management of the school library. They ensure that there's a strong connection between the library, classroom programmes, the curriculum, the school community and wider library community. 


Their responsibilities include: 


● Collaboration with teaching staff to coordinate and promote:


● services and resources supporting inquiry learning, and


● literacy programmes


● Developing the library's guiding documents including policies that align with the school's strategic goals


● Managing library staff


● Planning and coordinating collection development, including managing the library budget


● Using school data to inform library planning


● Guiding the development of the library’s online presence and physical environment


● Developing and maintaining systems and procedures


● Reporting to school management and the Board of Trustees


● Liaising and networking with external agencies and support groups.


● Teaching Library Skills to Elementary Students from K-G3 to Grade 3.


● Assisting the teachers in building classroom libraries


● Promote the use of the library for whole school teaching and learning


● Ensure books and resources are well organised and up to date


● Planning and deploying library based lessons


● Working with and assisting the administration and the school Literacy Coordinator to build and maintain the ES book room.


● Providing a supporting role to the IB MYP and DP programme for personal learning and projects


● Manage and promote the use electronic databases for student access to scholarly research


● Promote the use of the library for whole school teaching and learning


● Maintaining accurate records using the library management program


● Assisting in the distribution of textbooks from the school book room


Minimum Application Requirements


● Minimum Qualification Requirement:


○ Bachelor's Degree


○ Degree MUST be in Library Studies or equivalent


● Experience:  2 Years


● Must be western trained (USA, Canada, UK, Scotland, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand & South Africa)


● Must be a native speaker of English



If you are interested in the following positions, please contact us:

sibs_hr@sibs.com.cn


Elementary Homeroom Teaching:

 


At SIBS the ES Homeroom teaching role is consistent with what would be expected in a traditional ES classroom in North America.  The class sized vary between 12 and 18 students. 



All core subjects are to be planned for and taught. 



Running records are utilized for reading progress monitoring and multiple other assessments are used in order to measure growth. 



The teacher should employ a high degree of classroom management, communication skills and curriculum knowledge. 



Planning time should be used to prepare programs for learning and for developing curriculum. 

 


•      At least 2 years relative working experience


•    Develop and implement effective learning programs


•    Establish learning objectives and goals clearly


•    Use various methods such as oral presentation, workshops, discussion, etc. for instruction


•     Implement small group guided reading


•    Utilize differentiation strategies to meet the needs of all learners


•    Prepare lesson materials, homework, assignments, etc.


•    Create an interactive classroom environment for students


•    Develop classroom standards to maintain student discipline and behavior based upon Responsive Classroom principles


•    Collaborate with grade level and division teams


•    Create and administer grade level formative and summative assessments


•    Administer standardized, school-wide assessments and participate in collaborative data analysis efforts


•    Evaluate student performance regularly and prepare report cards


•    Communicate regularly with parents on student performance


•    Provide technical guidance and materials to substitute teachers


•    Perform school administrative activities as and when needed


•    Work with colleagues to identify and address student health, behavioral, and learning issues


•    Conduct classes as per the designated schedule


•    Carry out all professional responsibilities outside the classroom, including but not limited to:  supervision, arrival and departure times, field trips, etc.


•    Participate in the staff evaluation process, which includes self-reflection and administrative observations



Elementary teacher G4-5

 


The SIBS Grade 4 or 5 science/math/social studies teacher is a member of the ES academic team. The teacher will deliver the SIBS science/math and Social Studies curriculum to upper elementary students and will work alongside the other team members to fulfil the school’s Mission for this aspect of the school’s curriculum. SIBS employs NGSS Science Standards, US Common Core Math standards and utilizes the Engage New York program and uses AERO standards for Social Studies.  The emphasis in grade 4 is in depth study of China.

 


Primary Responsibilities



To plan, resource, and deliver lessons for identified classes of pupils, in accordance with School and departmental expectations and requirements



Establish and maintain an appropriate classroom environment - utilizing the Kagan Cooperative Learning approaches for classroom management



Assess students at the beginning of and throughout the year and group them accordingly



Assist in the development and extension of the current science/maths/social studies curriculum



Design and execute termly and weekly science/maths/social studies lesson plans upon approval from the Supervisor



Create and adapt science/maths/social studies materials and activities to supplement the current syllabus and ultimately ensure a curriculum that encompasses best practice principles



Monitor and evaluate students' academic progress through up-to-date records of the students’ daily work, homework and valuable alternative and other assessment practices



Establish and maintain standards of student behavior - Kagan Cooperative Approach to teaching and learning



Collaborate with lead teachers to ensure a unified teaching approach and understanding of students' academic and social growth



Assign and mark weekly science/maths homework and follow up with students, lead teachers and/or parents if work is not being completed on time



Write science/maths comments for school report cards (twice a year)



Participate in Parent-Teacher Conferences and respond to parents' questions or concerns as they arise (this process should always be documented in students’ classroom files)



Attend curriculum overview evenings for parents as required



Take on playground and/or lunch duties as required



Provide support to the school community as a whole



Other duties, as assigned by school.




SIBS Job Description for General Music/Band

 


Job Summary:

 


An Elementary School music teacher at SIBS is responsible for supporting the school’s development toward a comprehensive fine and performing arts program. There will be a shift from band only offered in Middle School and High School to offering Grade 5 Band in addition to General Music with a view to building capacity in students for success in secondary band programs. .

 


Qualifications:

 


1. Desired qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in music Education or Bachelor’s  Degree with Teaching Certificate in subject area preferred, evidence of enrollment in an accredited college/university in completing a state approved teacher preparation program within 3 years of date of hire or in the field experience.



2.  Evidence of knowledge of music curriculum and the ability to implement it.



3.  Evidence of ability to interact collaboratively with faculty, students,parents, and administration.



4.  Evidence of excellent oral and written skills.

 

 

 

●  Teach music courses to students including voice, tone, tempo and rhythm skills.


●  Train, rehearse and lead students in school and community musical programs.


●  Conduct music classes according to rules and regulations established by administration.


●  Develop and maintain an effective music educational program for students.


●  Schedule daily classes to instruct and rehearse within the assigned time.


●  Understand potentials and skills of each student and guide individual student according to their skills.



MS Math


Develop and implement effective learning programs 



Establish learning objectives and goals clearly 



Utilize differentiation strategies to meet the needs of all learners 



Prepare lesson materials, homework, assignments, etc. 



Create an interactive classroom environment for students 



Develop classroom standards to maintain student discipline and behavior based upon Responsive Classroom principles 



Collaborate with grade level and division teams 



Create and administer grade level formative and summative assessments 



Administer standardized, school-wide assessments and participate in collaborative data analysis efforts 



Evaluate student performance regularly and prepare report cards 



Communicate regularly with parents on student performance 



Provide technical guidance and materials to substitute teachers 



Perform school administrative activities as and when needed 



Work with colleagues to identify and address student health, behavioral, and learning issues 



Conduct classes as per the designated schedule 



Participate in the staff evaluation process, which includes self-reflection and administrative observations




MS Science


SIBS MS Science Teaching Position - An Integrated Approach 



General Role of Candidate: 



The candidate must have an in-depth understanding of integrated science in middle school and early high school classes. This candidate should understand NGSS and be able to create meaningful, engaging learning activities that allow students to explore the natural world. 



Responsibilities 



Develop and implement effective learning programs 



Establish learning objectives and goals clearly Utilize differentiation strategies to meet the needs of all learners 



Prepare lesson materials, homework, assignments, etc. 



Assist in organizing and maintaining school supplies and facilities 



Develop classroom standards to maintain student discipline and behavior based upon Responsive Classroom principles 



Collaborate with grade level and or science department for planning 



Create and administer subject specific formative and summative assessments 



Administer standardized, school-wide assessments and participate in collaborative data analysis efforts (MAP) 



Evaluate student performance regularly and prepare report cards 



Communicate regularly with parents on student performance 



Provide technical guidance and materials to substitute teachers 



Perform school administrative activities as and when needed 



Assist in general supervision of students inside and outside the classroom. 



Work with colleagues to identify and address student health, behavioral, and learning issues
Conduct classes as per the designated schedule 



Attend supervision as scheduled and be active and visible 



Coordinate regular communication with parents regarding their children’s performance. 



Take strict note of attendance, student uniform policy, tardiness, or behavioral concerns in ManageBac system 



Participate in the staff evaluation process, which includes self-reflection and administrative observations 



Commit to Individual Professional Growth Plan that is linked to staff evaluation plan