Please go to Settings to upload your CV.

Guru Musik-Semarang

About Us

Singapore Intercultural School inspired by Indonesia’s potential and Singapore’s ever-evolving methodology, our network of schools offer the Singapore, Cambridge and IB curriculum in a family-like environment that prioritises personalised learning.

Job description:

• Understanding and reviewing the program/curriculum and required learning outcomes for the students. • Working with other teachers to ensure that all students at this level are taught the same material based on the scope and sequence. • Developing and working on the planner (yearly, weekly, and daily) for teaching the material. • Teaching, assessing, evaluating students based on observation, class work, homework assignments, assessment, and their attitudes. • Supporting, motivating and encouraging students in all aspects of school activities, on a daily basis. • Assisting students in academic as well as social and behavioral growth by giving them numerous and varied learning opportunities. • Meeting with parents, staffs and other professionals that work with the students to make sure the students develop at their best. • Researching various teaching methods, information about students with special needs, and keeping abreast of teaching methodologies. • Keeping anecdotal and other records using record keeping systems as required by the school. • Attending trainings and other professional development activities to constantly improve teaching skills and strategies.

Job qualification:

A Bachelor’s degree and a recognised Music teaching qualification from an accredited University. • A minimum of 3 years teaching experience in an Early Childhood setting. • A proven track record of at least 3 years in leadership and management, evidencing positive relationships with pupils, staff, governors and parents. • Fluent in English with a demonstrated high level of communication and interpersonal skills when relating to students, colleagues, parents and the broader community • Ability to successfully initiate, plan and implement programs in response to new educational needs and priorities.