Teacher Assistant - Primary School
Our school has an established reputation for offering a high standard of education. Dyatmika is accredited by Cambridge Assessment International Education. This means that students follow a curriculum that provides a clear, progressive, coherent pathway for their education success, culminating in the A-Level examinations that allow them to enter prestigious Universities and Colleges around the world.
Is able to work with national and/or international teachers, demonstrating initiative when supporting the teaching and learning programme.
Is able to act fairly, impartially and respectfully in all dealings with students.
Is able to carry out and follow school systems, procedures, and policies.
Is willing to nurture positive relationships with the teachers, students and the parent community.
Must demonstrate a willingness to participate in school activities (which might occasionally fall outside of normal working hours), attend staff meetings and participate in Professional Development opportunities when they arise.
Is able to be responsible for the maintenance of classroom stationery items and teaching resources.
Is able to make decisions and contribute to educational discussions with national and/or international teachers.
Is skilled in the use of technology, particularly Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
Usage of other multimedia tools such as Photoshop is an advantage.
The candidate must possess at least a Diploma in Education/Teaching/Training or equivalent.
They must have at least 3 years of teaching experience in another educational setting, preferably a school.
Teaching Assistants at Dyatmika School are expected to be punctual, professionally dressed in attire suitable for all classroom activities, community-minded and have good spoken and written English. They should respect the vision and mission of Dyatmika School. The Teaching Assistants should be flexible enough to carry out their duties and responsibilities in a variety of classes, ranging from EYP to Class 5.