Working With Us

Working With Us

A rewarding career in an innovative school starts here.

ICHK is a community of innovation, in which all teachers think of themselves as leaders of learning.

Through pooling and drawing on our strengths and expertise, we can create the conditions for a professional learning community, and meet the challenges of modelling learning and leading for our students. This requires commitment, collaboration and a common vision and purpose, shared throughout the school.

Our unique Personal and Professional Development model aims to build a world-class whole school team, which continues to grow and evolve for the benefit of the community. Professional Development opportunities are centred on positive education, and we aim to be recognised as a global centre-of-excellence for the way we develop our people.

ICHK is an exciting school for teachers as they are encouraged to seek opportunities and programmes to enhance the learning experience for all students.

If you’re looking for a dynamic environment, where students are at the heart of everything we do, please contact us.

 

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To view available positions at each of our campuses, use the information below:

Primary Chinese Teacher

We are looking for a Primary Chinese Teacher to join our Primary team from August 2019. The main responsibility for this role is to empower students to:

  • develop and express thoughts and ideas in Mandarin
  • interpret and gain meaning from spoken, written and visual texts in Mandarin
  • create spoken, written and visual texts according to purpose and context in Mandarin
  • appreciate and engage with Mandarin and Mandarin literature

The full job description can be found via this link.


Supply Teachers (Primary)

We are always on the look for supply teacher to join our team when needed, including Chinese teachers. Candidates must hold teaching qualifications.


Wellbeing Officer

We are looking for a Wellbeing Officer to join our Kindergarten and Primary team from August 2019. The main responsibilities for this role includes:

  • Initiating, organising and monitoring initiatives around student and staff wellbeing
  • Teaching child protection, anti-bullying and sex education across Kindergarten and Primary
  • Providing counselling services for students, staff and parents
  • Being an active member of the school’s Child Safeguarding and Crisis Response teams

The full job description can be found via this link.


Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Candidates must be prepared to undergo a child protection screening background check.