Planning for instruction at the yearly, unit, weekly and / or daily level implementing school mandated programs, strategies of instruction and assessment to work with students to achieve the Learning Standards of the British Columbia Canada Ministry of Education Curriculum
Using effective teaching strategies, learning and professional resources available for the grade to support instruction within curriculum guidelines and with the use of school mandated instructional frameworks and programs to create opportunities for differentiated learning for students with different skill levels or learning styles
Providing enrichment events and activities including but not limited to field trips, showcases, concerts, plays, and productions.
Events may be organized at a class level and / or a school-wide level
Communicating assignments and objectives to students in a well-organized manner, using clear and precise language
Sending homework assignments that are an extension of clearly defined school activities, appropriate to the age, ability, and independent level of students, to provide opportunities for students to enrich, apply and review lessons and practice skills they have learned, including open-ended student activities
Diagnosing, instructing and evaluating the specific needs for students who are struggling to meet grade expectations and seeking assistance as necessary from the School Support Program
Using As Learning and For Learning Assessments to monitor student progress in order to plan instruction and provide feedback on a regular basis to students, their parents and the school administration
Actively engage in discussions and planning that take place at the Grade Level Team level and within Teams across different grade levels, to enhance consistency of practice and student achievement
Preparing formal report cards and engaging in parent conferences according to the set dates
Establishing and maintaining fair and just standards for student behavior, with the guidance of the school Code of Conduct, to create an effective and safe learning environment
Supervising students in the classroom, on the school campus and off-campus at school-related activities
Guiding, motivating and supervising the classroom assistant, if one is assigned to the class you are teaching
Maintaining accurate, complete and legible records as required by the school policy
Attending and taking an active role in staff meetings including those focused on analyzing student assessment and data for the purpose of growth planning
Communicating concerns, ideas, and information with colleagues, students, the school administration, parents and the community in a professional and constructive manner
Maintaining a positive professional relationship with parents for the benefit of their children, including but not limited to informing them of upcoming-week lesson summaries, behavioral issues, and their children’s progress
Displaying a willingness to understand the local culture and handle the cultural nuances in a caring and respectful manner
Participating in professional development organized by the school
Attend Saturday school, not to exceed eight sessions for the school year
Working hours : The official working hours are from 6 : 30 am to 2 : 20 pm. All classes start at 7 : 00 am. With the exception of K2, BC Program classes end at 2 : 00 pm.
K2 classes end at 1 : 10 pm. Classroom teachers are expected to stay with their children until they are picked up, which normally is between 20 - 30 minutes after the end of classes.
The first bus ride to school accommodation is at 2 : 30 pm. Therefore, teachers who are residing in the school accommodation and are using the school bus are at the school from 6 : 30 am until 2 : 30 pm.
After-school collaboration meetings are conducted once a week from 2 : 30 pm - 3 : 30 pm where attendance is required.
Meetings with parents of at-risk students would take place after the official working hours as needed.
Duties carried out when you are not teaching :
Prep using the Library, IT Lab or one of the Curriculum Instruction or staff rooms
Entry assessment for new students applying to the school. Entry assessment normally takes place between January - June and September - October of the following year.
During peak months, a teacher may have to do 3-4 entry assessments a week. Each entry assessment lasts for 30-40 minutes on average.
Peak months are April - May, and September - October of the following year
Staff meetings or other staff / administration events
Substituting for another BC teacher, if requested by the Principal, to address emergency situations. (Note : the school has a full-time substitute teacher)
Performing other related, similar or logical duties as required or assigned. This may include change of the teaching assignment based on the school needs and taking into consideration your experience, competencies and subject of specialty.
Start the process of getting British Columbia teacher certification immediately upon signing a letter of job offer. Provide and arrange for providing all required documents in a timely manner to make sure certification is obtained as quickly as possible.
Report progress on achieving certification to the school in detail to help the school follow up on the certification with the BC Ministry of Education Teachers Certification Branch.
The school has the right to terminate the contract if this duty is not fulfilled or if British Columbia teacher certification is not obtained due to the teacher not providing the required documents or meeting any of the certification requirements.
Licensed teachers from British Columbia and other Canadian provinces and Teachers who have Elementary Certification from the United States, United Kingdom, Australia or New Zealand
Teachers who are licensed in jurisdictions other than British Columbia would be expected to work on their BC certification after they accept an official offer from the school
Experience in differentiated learning and student inquiry instruction is strongly preferred
Experience in ESL education is strongly preferred
International experience and / or an attitude of respect to other cultures is needed
Salary can range from CAD 43,000 58,000 annually based on years of experience and qualifications
Annual salary increase ranging from CAD 1,670 3,340 upon renewal of the contract
The salary is tax-free
End of service benefit at the rate of 70% of one month's gross salary for every full year of service
Furnished, air-conditioned housing
Transportation allowance of CAD 4,120 / year or use of school buses
All utilities paid except telephone and Internet bills
Economy airfare at the beginning and end of the contract
Annual economy round-trip airfare to point of origin at the time of summer vacation
Local private medical insurance
Reimbursement of excess baggage expenses
The school will arrange and bear the Qatar government fee of your visa, work permit, and national identification
Teachers with families receive additional benefits for their family members including larger housing, higher excess baggage allowance, children schooling, tickets, medical insurance and help with visa expenses.
There is a range of these benefits based on years of experience
Participation in extracurricular activities organized by the school is optional. Teachers who choose to participate receive 50% of fee collected for the activity