Careers

Hwa Chong International School (HCIS) is a member of the prestigious Hwa Chong family of schools, drawing its core strengths from a century-old tradition of educational excellence and philanthropy. As a local international school, at least half of the student population is local, and the rest from over 20 countries.
HCIS is committed to providing an environment conducive to the continued growth and development of our staff.

Academic Staff

EXPERIENCED INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE TEACHERS

  • Science (Biology / Environmental Systems & Societies) 
  • Science (Physics) 
  • History / TOK

EXPERIENCED RELIEF TEACHERS

  • All Subjects
 

Hwa Chong International School is looking for inspiring, passionate and committed teachers to explore a career with us.

Teachers may be required to teach various levels in the school’s six-year academic programme. Apart from teaching, teachers are expected to guide the students throughout the academic year in all areas of their holistic development. The incumbent will undertake planning and execution of various school activities throughout the year. As part of the school’s professional learning community, teachers are expected to contribute to teacher collaboration and resource development to value-add to the learning and development of students.
Requirements:
  • A good degree from an established University in the subject(s) stated
  • At least 4 years of teaching experience in the subject areas
  • Previous experience in teaching these subjects at GCE ‘A’ level or IB Diploma level would be a distinct advantage
  • Self-motivated and passionate about educating students
  • Able to multi-task and work independently
  • Able to plan and execute the various other activities of the School
 

Interested applicants, please send your resume to hr@hcis.edu.sg. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Non-Academic Staff

RESIDENCE MENTORS (RESIDENTIAL)

HCIS Residence is committed to promote holistic development of boarding students by creating a positive living and learning environment to enhance student development beyond the classroom. We provide quality programmes, services and facilities for students to grow and develop in various aspects of their lives to become inclusive and exemplary leaders, life-long inquirers and caring members of the community.

As members of the school community, Residence Mentors (Residential) work with the Head of Boarding and Boarding Manager closely to run daily operations. The roles of a Residence Mentor are:

  • As a disciplinarian to instill self-discipline and good time management of each boarder  
  • As a caregiver to nurture the social-emotional development of each boarder
  • Create and maintain a supportive atmosphere for student learning and development within the boarding community
  • Assist boarders in transition, to learn life skills in resolving conflicts, as well as manage learning, character building, and independence. To guide boarders to develop a sense of community through supervision and participation in programmes and activities

Job Description

  • Develop a trusting relationship with boarders and attend to their needs and issues
  • Manage discipline of boarders including their safety and security 
  • Contact point with parents and teachers of boarders assigned
  • Develop and conduct boarding programmes and activities
  • Perform all administrative work related to the role
  • Perform Duty Mentor duties on Weekends, School Holidays and Public Holidays
  • Perform room checks and follow up on defects rectification
  • Bring boarders to ICA, embassy for appointment and unwell boarders to clinic
  • Assist reception duties, show-room tours, escort vendors, as and when assigned
  • Provide administrative, operational support or any other miscellaneous tasks as assigned by the Reporting Officer

Requirements:

  • Minimum diploma holder with min 1-2 years of relevant working experience. Those without experience may apply as training will be provided.
  • Possess appropriate dispositions such as empathy towards students and managing the demands of the job.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills, especially in English and Mandarin, to handle queries and concerns from Mandarin-speaking associates with regards to the programmes and activities.
  • Organised, meticulous, and able to multitask.
  • Experience with boarding services and guiding youth will be a good fit for the role.
  • Additional skill-sets like first-aid and mentoring students would be an added advantage. 
  • Residing within the Boarding residence is required and working hours are Mondays to Fridays from 3 pm to 11pm and monthly weekend duties will be involved.
 

Interested applicants, please send your resume to hr@hcis.edu.sg. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

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