We are hiring!
We are looking for outstanding faculty to join our team. Current openings for the 2023/2024 academic year are posted on Schrole.
The Leader of Language Innovation is a non-class based role. They will report directly to the Lower School Principal but will work closely on a day-to-day basis with the PYP Coordinator. They will collaborate closely with the Lower School Pedagogical Leadership Team (PLT), which includes the Principal, Vice Principals and PYP Coordinator and is responsible for overseeing the curriculum and setting the pedagogical vision and direction of the Lower School. They will also play a key role in the Lower School Learning Leader Team, which includes all grade level and subject specialist team leaders, and is responsible for contributing to the pedagogical direction, setting priorities and implementing the vision in the classrooms.
We are looking for a Lower School Mandarin Speaking Homeroom teacher to teach in our Bilingual Programme for the school year of 2023-2024.
Key requirements are:
We are looking for a full-time Lower School Inclusion (Learning Support) Teacher to join us in the 2023-2024 school year. A Lower School Inclusion (Learning Support) Teacher is specifically employed to work with students from Early Years to Grade 5 who have mild to moderate learning needs. All candidates must have a teaching qualification, a degree in learning support, and prior experience working in an international school setting.
We are looking for a full-time Lower School Teacher Librarian to join us in the 2023/2024 school year. All candidates must have a teaching qualification and prior experience teaching in a lower school setting, preferably in an IB PYP school.
We are looking for a full-time Upper School Transition Years MYP Humanities & English Teacher (Grades 6-8) for the coming 2023/2024 school year. Must have at least two years of experience working as a middle school Humanities and English teacher.
We are looking for a full-time Upper School Transition Years MYP Mathematics & Science Teacher (Grades 6-8). Must have at least two years of experience working as a middle school Math and Science teacher.
We are looking for a full-time Upper School Transition Years MYP French Teacher (Grades 6-8). The successful candidate will also need to teach an additional MYP subject as well to complete their timetable. Must have at least two years of experience working as a middle school French teacher and be certified to teach another subject.
We are looking for a full-time Upper School Transition Years MYP Programming Teacher (Grades 6-8). Must have at least two years of experience working as a middle school Design or Coding teacher and familiarity with both SWIFT and Python.
We are looking for a full-time Upper School Drama teacher (Grades 9-12) who will also serve as Head of Department. Must have at least two years of experience working as a high school Drama teacher and have experience leading productions. Experience teaching IB, familiarity with ISTA pedagogy and Canadian teaching certification are considered assets.
CDNIS is seeking a full-time Upper School Guidance Counsellor who will work with students in the high school years (Grades 9-12) starting August 1, 2023. This is a position primarily focussed on providing social-emotional support and guidance. Experience working as a high school guidance counsellor is an asset; however, trained and qualified counsellors who have worked with adolescents outside of a formal school setting are also encouraged to apply. Canadian certification and experience with the International Baccalaureate are considered strong assets.
We are looking for a full-time Upper School English Teacher (Grades 9-12). Must have at least two years of experience working as a high school English teacher. IB experience and Canadian teaching certification are considered assets.
We are looking for a full-time schoolwide Psychologist to join us in the 2022-2023 school year. Candidates should have experience working in an IB school with extensive training and experience in the role of School Psychologist. Reporting to Upper and Lower School Principals, the schoolwide Psychologist provides a range of psychological services to children from Early Years 1 to Grade 12. The School Psychologist supports the social, emotional, and academic needs of students by using assessments, data-based decision making, and the delivery of evidence-based interventions. The School Psychologist works collaboratively with counsellors, teachers, families, and other professionals to create safe, healthy and supportive learning environments for our students.
Faculty positions are advertised via Schrole. Our teacher recruitment starts as early as mid-October for teaching posts starting in August of the following academic year. CDNIS will attend the following Virtual Recruitment Fairs: Search Associates Bangkok Asia Schools (TBC) and possible ISS and Schrole iFairs from December 2022 to January 2023. Annual teaching posts are also advertised in ISS, Schrole, and TIE online. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit their application via our online recruitment system, Schrole as early as possible given that hiring decisions are often made as soon as an exceptional candidate is identified. Please note that teaching applications are only accepted via our online recruitment system with the exception of candidates from Search Associates and ISS. Search Associates and ISS candidates are welcome to send their expression of interest for the advertised position(s) to our Human Resources Department (email@example.com). CDNIS seeks to hire teachers who:
We're looking for a Shadow Education Assistant.
Canadian International School of Hong Kong (CDNIS) is looking for a Lower School Shadow Educational Assistant, starting January 3. This is a parent-funded position that will be reviewed in June, 2023. Presently a fixed term contract.
Working closely with the classroom teacher (Grade 2), an Inclusion Case Manager, and answering directly to the Lower School Principal, a Shadow Educational Assistant is responsible for the pastoral care and academic support of a child with specific learning needs, as outlined in an Individual Support Plan.
Main Purpose of the Role
To provide 1:1 support for a student.
To support the development of learning, independence, communication and behaviour under the guidance of the classroom team and Inclusion Team.
To be willing to put our students’ needs at the centre of all they do at work.
To support a student during lesson, transition to other classes and during less structured times including on the playground.
To assist with the development of resources for teaching activities, alongside the classroom team.
To assist the classroom team in delivering educational programmes, designed by the teacher, and inclusion specialist working in school.
To take part in team meetings, reporting on student performance.
To be part of a classroom team, under the direction of the class teacher and experienced teaching assistants.
Current or recent experience working with children in an educational, child care or special education setting (essential)
Excellent command of English (essential)
Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills (essential)
Applicants must be a permanent resident of Hong Kong or posses a valid visa to work in Hong Kong (essential)
We're looking for a Communications Specialist.
If you’re looking for a career where you can make a real impression, join the Communications team at Canadian International School of Hong Kong and discover how valued you’ll be.
As the Communications Specialist at Canadian International School of Hong Kong, you will help manage and improve all our communications flows, within and outside our school. In addition, you will be responsible for promoting a positive public image of our school. If you are an energetic person, and are passionate about communications and marketing, we would love to meet with you!
Develop content and conduct tasks associated with schoolwide events, marketing materials and general communications for the school;
Design and produce digital and printed collateral including brochures, newsletters, marketing materials, templates and other publications;
Design, curate and manage published content and campaigns on all digital platforms;
Manage the CDNIS website to ensure information is current, relevant and promotes the CDNIS brand;
Manage all social media channels including creating content, scheduling and posting;
Monitor trends in social media and digital technology for incorporation into strategy;
Research and write articles, stories, and profiles for online and print distribution;
Edit and maintain school website to ensure it is up to date and consistent;
Manage weekly strategic communications including schoolwide e-newsletter;
Produce engaging photos and videos for a variety of communication mediums;
Ensure all communications and collaterals meet CDNIS’ unique tone and manner;
Collaborate with internal stakeholders to deliver projects on time;
Fulfill other professional duties as assigned.
Who we’re looking for
The successful candidate will be a highly skilled individual with excellent written and verbal communication skills. A collaborative team player, the Communications Specialist will deliver top quality marketing and communications playing an important role in supporting the attainment of CDNIS’ Missions, Vision and Strategic Priorities. The school seeks an individual with the following qualification, experience, skills, knowledge and personal attributes.
Required Qualifications and Experience
University degree or equivalent post-secondary education;
Minimum 3 years of prior experience in a similar role;
Proficient with using Apple and Windows systems/applications;
Experience creating and editing digital videos and photography;
Experience with Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Premiere Pro, InDesign or similar;
Experience creating communications in a CRM ex. Mailchimp;
Experience managing a website and various CMS platforms;
Experience creating, scheduling and implementing creative social media campaigns;
Excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills;
Self-motivated, able to work independently and multi-task;
Ability to troubleshoot in a fast-paced environment and delivering on tight deadlines;
Ability to work as part of a team;
High level of visual literacy, strong persuasive storytelling and attention to detail;
Excellent English and Chinese skills required.
CDNIS is inviting both internal and external candidates for this position. Candidates should submit a full Curriculum Vitae (including comprehensive details of key achievements and responsibilities), a covering letter which fully addresses the competencies outlined in the job description and a 90 second video explaining why you are the right candidate for this role to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're looking for a Digital Service Specialist / IT Service Desk Officer.
Reporting to Head of Digital Services, the main role of Digital Services Specialist (DSS) / IT Service Desk Officer is to facilitate the use of digital technology at CDNIS. The DSS works in OneDoor (the centralized digital support center) as IT Service Desk to provide broad range of tiers 1 & 2 technical supports for teaching and business operations in CDNIS. This includes membership directory issues and innovative technology research.
Highly motivated, quick learner and problem solver. Takes initiative, outgoing and dynamic;
Curious and passionate about new technologies;
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and proficient in English, Cantonese and Mandarin (oral and written).
We are looking for IT Specialist (System Support).
Reporting to the IT Manager, the IT Specialist is responsible for maintaining the school infrastructure (i.e. hardware: servers, printers, peripherals; Software: operating systems, standard applications, e-mail etc), investigates reported faults and provides technical supports to ensure the smooth and effective day to day operation of ICT services.
We are looking for Assistant Manager/Manager – Facilities.
Reporting to the Senior Manager – Facilities, the Assistant Manager/Manager – Facilities is responsible for supervising the in-house maintenance contractor in a safe and efficient operation and maintenance at CDNIS. These maintenance functions include electrical, mechanical, fire safety, hot water and cooling HVAC systems, recycling, rubbish removal and stage/sound function set ups with AV equipment and stage furniture.
The Assistant Manager/Manager – Facilities is also responsible for developing specifications for new or revised HVAC systems; assisting in the supervision of multi-disciplinary Facilities staff and external contractors involved in the operation, maintenance and security of the CDNIS; and working as a member of a team to ensure the timely resolution of general CDNIS facilities requirements, in accordance with applicable regulations, ordinances, school policies and procedures.
We are looking for a Maintenance Technician in the Facilities Department.
Reporting to the Senior Technician, the Maintenance Technician is involved in the performance of a variety of semi-skilled preventive maintenance, repair, alteration and installation tasks on school buildings and equipment including electrical and plumbing services; the delivery and set up for school special events/functions; and working as a member of a team to ensure the timely resolution of general CDNIS facilities requirements in accordance with applicable regulations, policies and procedures.
Business & Operations Staff (B&O) are recruited year-round and available positions are advertised under Business & Operations and jobsDB. Experienced administrative staff are encouraged to submit their application by emailing our Human Resources Department (email@example.com). Your application should be in pdf format, and include a covering letter, a detailed resume, the names and contact information of three professional references.
CDNIS reserves the right to make an appointment at any time, even before the posted deadline, if an exceptional candidate is identified early in the process. For this reason, interested candidates are encouraged to apply at the earliest possible time.
We are looking for outstanding faculty to join our team. Current openings for the 2023/2024 academic year are posted on Schrole.