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Substitute teacher , Secondary Teacher Mentor

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Organization : SUWANNIMIT FOUNDATION
Type : Nonprofits / องค์กรไม่แสวงหาผลกำไร
Date : 28 May 2019
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Deadline : 14 / June / 2019

SUWANNIMIT FOUNDATION

Substitute teacher

JOB DESCRIPTION

 

Last updated: May 27, 2019

 

Job Title

Substitute teacher

Location

Mae Sot, Tak Province, Thailand

Travel Requirements

Domestic

Length of Contract

Fixed Term (12 Months)

Salary

15,000 – 20,000 THB depends on experience.

Relationships

Reports to

COF Thailand Teacher Mentor 

Supervises

Direct: None.

Indirect: None.

Others: None.

Coordinates with

Internal: COF Education team

External: Partner organizations, CBO

Financial/Budget

Direct:  COF

Indirect: None.

 

Responsibilities

Summary

Suwannimit Foundation is a Thailand registered foundation dedicated to strengthening the operational capacity, programming impact and sustainability of community-based organizations that service underprivileged people on the Thailand-Burma border.

Suwannnimit Foundation (SNF) is partner organization with Cotton on Foundation (COF) in Thailand to deliver quality education for children and young people. We mobilise communities to ensure this purpose becomes a reality through the implementation of our Quality Education Model. We do this via meaningful work that is measurable, built on strong relationships and changes lives. We will ignite the passion in every child, community member and COF team member to champion this movement and change for the better.

We are currently looking for the right person to take on the role of a Substitute teacher. The main task is vital in contributing to the Teacher Mentor program, allowing the Mentor to have debrief sessions with the teachers they are observing and to ensure classrooms are not left without supervision. The substitute teacher is an asset to the mentoring project and is required to provide regular, detailed reports to the lead Mentor on observed student challenges, achievements and opportunities, and recommend areas of required teacher development based on needs identified in lessons and whilst at the schools. The substitute teacher is to contribute to the development of workshops and facilitate as required.

 

He or she must be conversant with teacher education policies and have experience in developing school support mechanisms on learning and teaching components.

 

The Substitute Teacher will be an expert in their field and spend approximately 12 hours in schools each week. He/she will nominate areas of teacher development to focus on each month (or as required), document teacher progression and challenges, and develop responsive plans. This will also ensure smooth monitoring and reporting in order to track the Cotton On Foundation’s progress against set objectives as well as contribute to the potential scaling up of the project.

 

Job Specific

The Substitute Teacher will be contracted to COF and will work five days per week, four of which will be spent in five allocated COF-supported schools to increase the quality, effectiveness and implementation of classroom instruction. Responsibilities include:

·      Visit and support a minimum of three primary teachers in school per day and be available to cover an additional class for each teacher once per fortnight to allow them time for lesson planning with the Lead Mentor.

·      Support the Lead Mentor in planning, organising, developing and conducting teacher workshops to be held at the beginning/end of each term and/or during school holidays, as well as develop strategies for the COF Thailand Education team to implement.

·      Identify locally available resources to support teachers and learners in the development of various resources such as flash cards, counting charts, literacy materials and use of readers to enhance classroom instruction and student achievement.

·      Regularly contribute to detailed reporting with Lead Mentor on teacher and student challenges, achievements and opportunities, and provide recommendations (such as classroom improvements, localised education enhancements and modified teaching styles to suits various learning styles). Reporting will also include the identification and documentation of monthly COF ‘Most Significant Change’ stories for learners, teachers and community members.

·      Work with team members to complete wrap up of projects, ensuring external evaluations are completed and final reports of the highest quality are delivered to Cotton On Foundation and other donors and partners.

·      Conduct Learner and Teacher Experience Surveys as required by the COF Thailand Project Manager.

·      Alongside the Project Manager and Lead Mentor, be an active participant in school QEM Champion meetings and recommend and support in School Action Plans.

·      Contribute to the development of criteria for the COF Teacher of the Year awards.

·      Monitor use of positive discipline methods in the classroom, and uphold an absolute rejection of corporal punishment.

·      Commitment to child-centred learning.

 

General

·     Other ad-hoc duties as needed

 


Position Requirements

Area

Essentials

Desirable

Education

·      Teacher Training background, from recognised Universities. Master’s degree is an advantage.

·      Qualification in Primary Education.

 

 

Work Experience

·      Literacy program

·      Relationship building in an educational environment

·      Detailed and accurate reporting of performance and achievement

·      Designing and implementing programs and school schedules

·      Strong organisation and time management

·      Teacher development programs

·      Knowledge in diverse education programming

·      Good written English and Burmese/Thai skills

·      Dealings with high profile personnel.

 

 

Skills/Knowledge/Aptitude

·      Literacy expertise, local language (Thai and/or Burmese/ Karen) and English

·      Excellent knowledge of teachers’ development programming in migrant areas of Thailand

·      Demonstrated knowledge of gender approach, gender-based violence, child rights, and inclusion

·      Good interpersonal skills, high level of integrity and good moral conduct

·      Ability to work within tight deadlines for proposal development/reporting

·      Strong commitment to Cotton On Foundation’s cause and values

·      An open personality and acceptance of all races, creeds and cultures

·      Flexible and adaptable, organised and professional

·      Experienced in generalist education with an ability to cover a variety of subject areas

·      Relationship building with teachers

·      Licensed and willing to travel by motor bike.

 

 

Language(s)

·      Thai and/or Burmese/Karen and English

 

Motivation

·      Special interest in improving the works of grassroots organizations

·      Self-motivated, and a self –starter but able to work as part of a team

·      Demonstrated resourcefulness

 

Other

·      The candidate must be able to travel and live in the field locations in Mae Sot area.

·      Current legal eligibility to live and work in Thailand.

 

 

 

 

Application Details

 Please send your CV and letter of interest to hr@suwannimit.org and gaypho.yim@cottononfoundation.org  Closing date of application will be on 14th June 2019. Please indicate I n your subject line “Job Application: Secondary Teacher Mentor”.

 

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview. Reference & background checks will be performed for successful candidates including clearances on child related offences in conformity with SNF’s Child Protection Policy.

We are committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, or age.

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SUWANNIMIT FOUNDATION

Secondary Teacher Mentor

JOB DESCRIPTION

 

Last updated: May 27, 2019

 

Job Title

Secondary Teacher Mentor

Location

Mae Sot, Tak Province, Thailand

Travel Requirements

Domestic

Length of Contract

Fixed Term (12 Months)

Salary

25,000 – 30,000 THB depends on experience.

Relationships

Reports to

COF Thailand Teacher Mentor 

Supervises

Direct: None.

Indirect: None.

Others: None.

Coordinates with

Internal: COF Education team

External: Partner organizations, CBO

Financial/Budget

Direct:  COF

Indirect: None.

 

Responsibilities

Summary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suwannimit Foundation is a Thailand registered foundation dedicated to strengthening the operational capacity, programming impact and sustainability of community-based organizations that service underprivileged people on the Thailand-Burma border.

Suwannnimit Foundation (SNF) is partner organization with Cotton on Foundation (COF) in Thailand to deliver quality education for children and young people. We mobilise communities to ensure this purpose becomes a reality through the implementation of our Quality Education Model. We do this via meaningful work that is measurable, built on strong relationships and changes lives. We will ignite the passion in every child, community member and COF team member to champion this movement and change for the better.

We are currently looking for the right person to take on the role of a Secondary Teacher Mentor. The main task is creating a teaching and learning environment where teachers are creative, effective and efficient, and use locally available resources in their classrooms. Using the Teacher Mentoring Program and Literacy Enhancement, the Education Mentors work with the COF Education team, Head Teachers and Teachers to ensure that learners are part and parcel of the teaching and learning process.

 

He/she must be conversant with Teacher education policies and have experience in developing school support mechanisms on learning and teaching components.

 

The Teacher Mentoring Program will necessitate regular, consistent, and hands-on classroom support and monitoring facilitated by early grade literacy subject area specialists / experienced teachers referred to as Education Mentors. Mentors will visit and actively engage with each teacher in COF-supported schools at a minimum of three times per month. Specific literacy workshops will need to be designed for the teachers in COF-supported schools, depending on how long they have undergone mentoring. The Education Mentors will be responsible for co-developing these workshops with COF partners, with the workshops and all related materials becoming a COF Teacher Development resource. 

We encourage applicants who have both the technical expertise and the right personality to work in a challenging context. This can be a personally rewarding experience when the right approach and the attitude of optimism are in practice from the very beginning. 

Job Specific

 

The Secondary School Mentor will be contracted to COF and will work five days per week, four of which will be spent at Hsa Thoo Lei Secondary School to increase the quality, effectiveness and implementation of classroom instruction. Responsibilities include:

· Visit and support approximately ten secondary teachers in school each week. In addition, each teacher shall be exposed to mentorship at least three times per month by the Secondary School Mentor for one hour per visit. Given this Mentor will be the constant mentor for those teachers, relationship building and trust is paramount for teacher comfort, openness, reflection, sharing and collegiality. It’s important for Mentors to remain and ultimately contribute emotionally and professionally to the improved wellbeing and performance of these teachers. During this period, the COF Thailand Education Coordinator will observe, monitor and participate in both planning and classroom demonstration activities and comprehensively report on all areas of progress.

· Serve as the Mathematics Teacher for Hsa Thoo Lei for the Intensive Course during the period of transition, for approximately six hours per week.

· Support the Lead Mentor in planning, organising, developing and conducting teacher workshops to be held at the beginning/end of each term and/or during school holidays, as well as develop strategies for the COF Thailand Education team to implement.

· Work with schools and other partners to support teachers in transitioning to use GED curriculum for the Intensive Course.

· Share your personal experience as a Senior Teacher and leader to inspire teachers. Act as a facilitator for change in order to engage teachers in reflective thinking while looking at their own instructional practices critically and analytically.

· Identify locally available resources to support teachers and learners in the development of various resources such as flash cards, counting charts, literacy materials and use of readers to enhance classroom instruction and student achievement.

· Regularly contribute to detailed reporting with the Lead Mentor for the school Head Teacher and the COF Thailand Project Manager. This will include reports on teacher and student challenges, achievements and opportunities, and provide recommendations (such as classroom improvements, localised education enhancements and modified teaching styles to suits various learning styles). It will also include the identification and documentation of monthly COF ‘Most Significant Change’ stories for learners, teachers and community members.

· Work with team members to complete wrap up of projects, ensuring external evaluations are completed and final reports of the highest quality are delivered to COF and other donors and partners.

· Alongside the Project Manager and Lead Mentor, be an active participant in school QEM Champion meetings and recommend and support in School Action Plans.

· Contribute to the development of criteria for the COF Teacher of the Year awards.

· Monitor use of positive discipline methods in the classroom, and uphold an absolute rejection of corporal punishment.

· Commitment to child-centred learning.

· Provide additional support to the Thailand Education team as well as any translation tasks, as necessary.

 

General

·     Other ad-hoc duties as needed

 


Position Requirements

Area

Essentials

Desirable

Education

·      Bachelor’s degree qualification in Education or Teacher Training background from recognised Universities. Master’s degree is an advantage.

·      Qualification in Secondary Education. 

 

 

Work Experience

·      Literacy program implementation, such as LARA/SHARP

·      Relationship building in an Educational Environment

·      Detailed and accurate reporting of performance and achievement

·      Designing and implementing programs and schedules

·      Strong organisation and time management

·      Teacher development programs

·      Diverse knowledge in education programming

·      Excellent written English and Mathematics and computer skills

·      Dealings with high profile personnel.

 

 

Skills/Knowledge/Aptitude

·      Literacy expertise, local language (Thai and/or Burmese/Karen) and English

·      Excellent knowledge of teachers’ development programming in the migrant areas of Thailand

·      Demonstrated knowledge of gender approach, gender-based violence, child rights, and inclusion

·      Good interpersonal skills, high level of integrity and good moral conduct

·      Good conceptual and analytical skills

·      Self-directed and capable of working with minimum supervision

·      Ability to work within tight deadlines for proposal development/reporting

·      Strong commitment to COF’s cause and values

·      An open personality and acceptance of all races, creeds and cultures

·      Licensed and willing to travel by motor bike.

 

 

Language(s)

·      Thai and/or Burmese/Karen and English

 

Motivation

·      Special interest in improving the works of grassroots organizations

·      Self-motivated, and a self –starter but able to work as part of a team

·      Demonstrated resourcefulness

 

Other

·        The candidate must be able to travel and live in the field locations in Mae Sot area.

·        Current legal eligibility to live and work in Thailand.

 

 

 

Application Details

 

Please send your CV and letter of interest to hr@suwannimit.org and gaypho.yim@cottononfoundation.org  Closing date of application will be on 14th June 2019. Please indicate I n your subject line “Job Application: Secondary Teacher Mentor”.

 

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview. Reference & background checks will be performed for successful candidates including clearances on child related offences in conformity with SNF’s Child Protection Policy.

We are committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, or age.

 

Contact : hr@suwannimit.org

เจ้าหน้าที่ประจำสำนักงาน / Officer เจ้าหน้าที่ภาคสนาม / Field officer

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