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by Windsor International School on 17 March, 2020
Maha Aung Myay, Mandalay , Myanmar

We are the first Edexcel Approved International School in Mandalay, and we are teaching our students the Edexcel curriculum in Literacy/English, Numeracy/Maths, Science, Geography and History. Our Language Department, Windsor English School delivers Pearson English and Cambridge English to the Students.

We are a happy and enthusiastic team, and were looking for a highly motivated, organized and experienced English Teacher and Science Teacher to join our team and deliver the best education to our students.

This is an exciting opportunity to teach the first generation of children for decades, the British Curriculum, and way of learning. Our school is a stepping-stone for entrance to Western education and Western universities.

The successful applicant will normally hold a degree in the field of Education or other degree(s) with a certificate or diploma in Education (e.g. PGCE, TEFL, CELTA, DELTA). Previous experience in teaching English or Science to different age groups will be an advantage. 


There are impressive benefits;
Competitive Salary 
Accommodation Allowance
4 weeks paid holidays 
Working Visa supplied
Airport collection
Free Myanmar Language learning support 

by Windsor International School on 12 March, 2020
Maha Aung Myay, Mandalay , Myanmar

Details of Position

We are the first Edexcel Approved International School in Mandalay, and we are teaching our students the Edexcel curriculum in Literacy/English, Numeracy/Maths, Science, Geography and History. Our Language Department, Windsor English School delivers Pearson English and Cambridge English to the Students.

We are a happy and enthusiastic team, and were looking for a highly motivated, organized and experienced English Teacher and Science Teacher to join our team and deliver the best education to our students.

This is an exciting opportunity to teach the first generation of children for decades, the British Curriculum, and way of learning. Our school is a stepping-stone for entrance to Western education and Western universities.

The successful applicant will normally hold a degree in the field of Education or other degree(s) with a certificate or diploma in Education (e.g. PGCE, TEFL, CELTA, DELTA). Previous experience in teaching English or Science to different age groups will be an advantage. 


There are impressive benefits;
Competitive Salary 
Accommodation Allowance
4 weeks paid holidays 
Working Visa supplied
Airport collection
Free Myanmar Language learning support 

by Secondary Music Teacher on 21 February, 2020
Chan Mya Tharsi, Mandalay , Myanmar

MISY Mandalay Employment Opportunities in Primary School

An exciting opportunity for primary school teachers to join a developing international school in Mandalay, Myanmar,  helping us guide its future development.

MISY Mandalay is a young emerging school with new facilities in an enchanting developing country. 

Teaching Primary students using the English national curriculum adapted to international standards. Teaching programs such as Jolly Phonics, Big Write, Big Talk are used.

Our class sizes are small, students are very enthusiastic, active and really enjoy school. Teachers can bring in their passion and develop their professional path in a constructive way to add to the school development. The school offers possibilities to develop leadership skills. MISY has a very supportive PTA that collaborates well with the school and engages in different local initiatives.

Degree and Qualities required

Applications are invited for teaching positions in the primary section of MISY Mandalay . The successful candidate will; 

  • have a degree and a recognised teaching qualification e.g. PGCE or PGCEi
  • have experience and excellent knowledge of teaching at Primary level
  • have experience working with students for whom English is not their first language
  • have a minimum of 2 years teaching experience
  • take an active part in our PSHE programme
  • participate in educational visits
  • be asked to run one or two after school activities each term
  • be a good team player
  • have a positive and solution finding approach to their working life
  • appreciate the joys and challenges of working in an international school environment
  • be sensitive and have a cultural awareness needed to appreciate the joys and challenges of living in a developing Asian country
  • Preferably, but not required, has experience with SEN students

Contracts

Contracts are for two years with an option to renew by mutual agreement. Full details of the salary scales and benefits will be sent to all shortlisted candidates, benefits include;

  • paid flights at the beginning and end of the contract
  • a generous housing allowance
  • daily free transportation to and from school
  • monthly 'Mandalay' allowance
  • excellent medical insurance
  • holiday allowances paid twice per year at Christmas and Thingyan (the Myanmar New Year in mid-April)
  • yearly professional development allowance
  • free tuition in MISY Mandalay  for up to two children

Application process 

If you would like to be considered for this post, please apply with:

  • brief cover letter 
  • full CV
  • three professional referees and written references
  • recent photograph
  • singed Child Protection Statement (scanned signature is acceptable at this point in the application process. Document found in download folder below)

Please send all these documents to May Campbell, Head of School at may.campbell@misyedu.org

Closing date: Rolling applications. Interviews will take place online, via skype, or in Mandalay.

We would like to thank all applicants for their interest in MISY Mandalay and for taking the time to apply; however, please note that only applicants short-listed for an interview will be contacted. Early applications are encouraged as interviews will take place on a rolling basis as soon as suitable candidates are identified. 

by MISY Mandalay, Myanmar on 30 January, 2020
Chan Mya Tharsi, Mandalay , Myanmar

MISY Mandalay Employment Opportunities in Key Stage 3 & 4.

MISY Mandalay is a young emerging school with new facilities in an enchanting developing country. 

An exciting opportunity for secondary teachers to join a developing international school in Mandalay, Myanmar. Come and help us guide its future by developing and setting up the first Year 10, IGCSE classes.

The job entails teaching Secondary students in Key Stage 3 using the English National Curriculum adapted to international standards.  MISY Mandalay is newly introducing Key Stage 4, and we need qualified and experienced IGCSE subject teachers that are well acquainted with the latest  IGCSE curriculum and can set up a new department. 

Our class sizes are small, students are very enthusiastic, active and really enjoy school. Teachers can bring in their passion and develop their professional path in a constructive way to add to the school development. The school offers possibilities to develop leadership skills. MISY Mandalay has a very supportive PTA that collaborates well with the school and engages in different local initiatives.

Degree and Qualities required

Applications are invited for teaching positions in the secondary  section of MISY Mandalay . The successful candidate will; 

  • have a degree and a recognised teaching qualification e.g. PGCE or PGCEi
  • have experience and excellent knowledge of teaching at Key Stage 3 & 4 
  • good knowledge of English National  Curriculum at  Key stage 3
  • good knowledge of  curriculum at Key Stage 4
  • preferably can teach  more than one subject
  • have experience working with students for whom English is not their first language, English across the curriculum 
  • have a minimum of 2 years teaching experience
  • take an active part in our PSHE programme
  • participate in educational visits
  • be asked to run one or two after school activities each term
  • be a good team player
  • have a positive and solution finding approach to their working life
  • appreciate the joys and challenges of working in an international school environment
  • be sensitive and have a cultural awareness needed to appreciate the joys and challenges of living in a developing Asian country
  • Preferably, but not required, has experience with SEN students
by MISY Mandalay, Myanmar on 30 January, 2020
Chan Mya Tharsi, Mandalay , Myanmar

MISY Mandalay Employment Opportunities in Primary School

An exciting opportunity for primary school teachers to join a developing international school in Mandalay, Myanmar,  helping us guide its future development.

MISY Mandalay is a young emerging school with new facilities in an enchanting developing country. 

Teaching Primary students using the English national curriculum adapted to international standards. Teaching programs such as Jolly Phonics, Big Write, Big Talk are used.

Our class sizes are small, students are very enthusiastic, active and really enjoy school. Teachers can bring in their passion and develop their professional path in a constructive way to add to the school development. The school offers possibilities to develop leadership skills. MISY has a very supportive PTA that collaborates well with the school and engages in different local initiatives.

Degree and Qualities required

Applications are invited for teaching positions in the primary section of MISY Mandalay . The successful candidate will; 

  • have a degree and a recognised teaching qualification e.g. PGCE or PGCEi
  • have experience and excellent knowledge of teaching at Primary level
  • have experience working with students for whom English is not their first language
  • have a minimum of 2 years teaching experience
  • take an active part in our PSHE programme
  • participate in educational visits
  • be asked to run one or two after school activities each term
  • be a good team player
  • have a positive and solution finding approach to their working life
  • appreciate the joys and challenges of working in an international school environment
  • be sensitive and have a cultural awareness needed to appreciate the joys and challenges of living in a developing Asian country
  • Preferably, but not required, has experience with SEN students

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