Job Details

Design Technology Teacher

Jain International Residential School

Bengaluru, India
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    Preference : Both NES & NNES
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    Salary : Not-disclosed
Start Work : Jun 2024

Highlights :

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    Job Type Full-time
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    Education Bachelor degree
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    B.ED./ PGCE / iPGCE Preferred
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    Experience 5 years
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    Major Relevant
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    Gender Any

Job description
Jain International Residential School invites applications for the following position:


JIRS is one of the most dynamic, flourishing, and ambitious co-educational boarding institutions in India. It has over 700 students schooled from CBSE, IBDP & Cambridge International. Inspired by the transformative mission, the co-educational residential school serves a diverse group of students. The school has a full fledged sports program having 20+ sports disciplines with professional coaches. Set in a lush green 350+ acres campus in Bengaluru which is modeled on the traditional Gurukul setting and fused with cutting-edge modern infrastructure facilities, JIRS creates an atmosphere of creativity, innovativeness, and intellectual independence that trains the students to be aspirational, courageous, and go- getters.

Job Title: Design technology Educator
Education Criteria: Master of Design (M.Des), Transportation Design
Experience: 5 + Years in IBDP / MYP and IBDP Certified

Roles and Responsibility:
Model and promote the IB learner profile
Identify and adopt the most effective active, creative teaching approaches for all students in line with current best practice and the ethos of our school
Plan, develop and implement high quality lessons within the broad, balanced and differentiated Design curriculum using a variety of approaches
Work with other members of the Faculty to apply consistent standards in the following: curriculum planning and delivery; formative and summative assessment through classwork, homework, and formal examination; standardization and moderation
Create a stimulating learning environment, including displays of student work
Teach across a range of ages and abilities, in the IB Diploma Programme (Grades 11-12)
Seek ways to take learning outside the classroom; identify opportunities and take advantage of resources to contextualize learning locally, regionally, and/or globally
Adopt strategies and monitor teaching and learning activities to support individuals with Learning Support or EAL needs
Set, communicate, and assess homework/formative work regularly in line with school and department policy
Identify and teach study skills/strategies that will develop students' ability to work independently
Effectively teach classes, as allocated, to a mixed-ability class (or classes), drawn from a wide range of cultural and educational backgrounds, including students for whom English may not be their first language
Monitor, assess and report on learners’ work and progress, in accordance with school’s policy and procedures on assessment and reporting
Contribute to the development of curriculum (the production and ongoing review of units and/or schemes of work), ensuring both diversity and inclusivity are incorporated to student learning experiences
Contribute to the effective use of subject resources, including evaluation of new materials and equipment
Incorporate various forms of technology within the classroom and lessons
Actively contribute to Art and Design Team to enhance student learning opportunities for all students
Play an active role in all aspects of the pastoral care of students, focusing on their social and emotional development.
Be actively involved in school-related activities, such as concerts, sports events, graduation, etc. some of which may take place outside of the school day
Demonstrate and pursue excellence in teaching and best practices in education, including teaching and learning in a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) environment
Keep professionally current on developments in the field of education, through reading and participating in in-service courses and workshops
Carry out supervision duties on a rota basis
Supervise students for the Extended Essay, as required
Ensuring that all Health and Safety policies and practices, including risk assessments, are implemented, evaluated and updated in all Design Labs
Attend staff meetings and participate in group committee work as required
Abide by school decisions and policies
Provide relevant information about student or parental concerns or conflicts to the appropriate line manager
Fulfil the Expectations of Classroom Teachers at School

Preferred Skills and Experience:
Classroom teacher certification/qualification to teach the relevant grade levels and subjects
Knowledge of the IB programmes
Excellent communication skills in English, both oral and written
Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
The ability to work well independently as well as with students, parents and staff members
IT competence and experience as well as the ability to acquire knowledge of the ISB database and other teaching applications, such as Google Apps for Education, will be required
Maturity and commitment to exercise sound judgment
The ability to work with tact and discretion and to maintain appropriate confidentiality
Ability to effectively multi-task
Demonstrated reliability in current position including an excellent attendance record;
Must be able to meet the physical demands of the position
Able to demonstrate flexibility, reliability and initiative both individually and as a team member in support of school activities both within and outside of the classroom.

If you are passionate about research and training and are excited about contributing to the success of a dynamic organization, we want to hear from you. Apply now and be a part of our journey towards excellence!

Job Code: JG/2024/014