School - South East Asia
Primary-Lower (5-7), Primary-Upper (8-11)
01 August 2020
Initial Contract Length:
2 year, renewable
Curriculum Experience Required:
Yes - not flexible
This international school in Yangon opened in August 2016 and caters for pupils from Nursery up to Year 10 with Year 11 opening for the first time from August 2020. Eventually the school will cater for pupils all the way to 18 years of age.
The school are looking for an experienced Primary Coordinator to join their team in August 2020. They are looking for applicants who are passionate about teaching and learning and about providing an extra-curricular programme. Candidates should be team players who are willing to take on both leadership and supportive roles.
All applicants must have at least (5 years of relevant teaching experience either in the U.K. or in a British international school teaching the Primary Curriculum. Applicants should also hold a BA in Education or a first degree and a PGCE (or equivalent).
As well as an attractive salary, the successful applicant will receive an annual flight allowance, accommodation, freight allowance, comprehensive medical insurance professional development and free tuition for up to two children at the school (toddler to year 11 age).
This is an exciting opportunity both professionally and personally not only to add a solid contribution to your developing resume but to be able to explore a culturally and historically exciting part of the world. Interested applicants should contact their Edvectus advisor without hesitation and be prepared to demonstrate attributes that will match you against an overseas teaching opportunity which will demand an adjustment of your expectations and challenge your cultural astuteness. For more information on Myanmar please see http://www.edvectus.com/Content/Documents/myanmar.pdf
Regional Info: Although Yangon is no longer the capital of Myanmar, with approximately 5 million people, it is the largest and perhaps, most important, city in the country. Once under British rule, this former British Colonial Capital is home to a number of Colonial period buildings - which are on the Yangon City Heritage List of protected buildings and structures - situated in attractive leafy avenues.
The city is a cosmopolitan mix of British, Burmese, Chinese and Indian influences and with the interesting architecture and history (and relatively few high-rise buildings - certainly not more than 10 storey's high) it is a wistful, fascinating, safe and rapidly emerging country. With an international airport close by and rail and road links to the rest of the country there is ample opportunity to travel both within and outside of the country on weekends and during holidays. Within the city itself there are sporting events, parks, pagodas, museums, national parks, gardens markets, a theatre, planetarium and of course the architecture to study and enjoy.
Yangon has a tropical climate with a distinctive wet and dry season and year round warm temperatures. For more information on Myanmar please see http://www.edvectus.com/Content/Documents/myanmar.pdf and https://youtu.be/LNToV25fc_k
Tax Rate: Tax Free Benefits: Flights -yearly, Housing
- provided, Medical or Health insurance, Professional development allowance, Tuition
- free for dependants
Suited To: Activity-typical land sporting types, Climate
- warmer, Dependent children
- more suitable, Holiday destination
- not typical, Urban, Westernised
- moderately, Westernised
- not very
Minimum Years Experience: 5.0 Curriculum Experience Required: Yes - not flexible Will Accept Newly Qualified Teachers: N Visa Restriction: 2 years post qualification teaching exp requd, No age limit