Allied Educator (Teaching and Learning)
Helping students to do better!
Building confidence in her students is a key aspect of Miss Nurazni Kassim’s job.
“We have to take care of their total well-being. Apart from learning academic subjects, they must also pick up life skills and develop positive attitudes in life.”
As an Allied Educator (Teaching and Learning), you will work with teachers to enhance the teaching and learning of secondary school students in both academic and non-academic areas. Your key responsibilities include:
- Provide teaching and learning support for students within and outside classroom
- Provide specific and differentiated learning and remediation support for individual or a group of students
- Assist in lesson planning and administer tests and evaluate students’ work
- Assist in developing additional learning support programmes for students
- Assist in building of teaching and learning resources
- Provide pastoral and welfare support to students
- Assist in the delivery of pastoral and welfare programme for students
- Provide differentiated support for their individual needs and work closely with teachers and parents for the well-being of the students
- Assist in the conduct of Co-curricular Programme and accompany students on visits, trips and out of school activities
- Possess at least post secondary qualification or equivalent, preferably a diploma from any of the five local polytechnics or 2 ‘A’ Level/H2 and 2 ‘AO’ Level/H1 passes including General Paper; or International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma; or NUS High School Diploma
- Five GCE ‘O’ level credits including English Language and Mathematics
- Specialised knowledge and skills relevant to the secondary curriculum and learning programmes would be an advantage
- Aptitude and passion in developing and nurturing youths
- A team player with good interpersonal skills
Allied Educator (Teaching and Learning) will be appointed on the Allied Educators Scheme of Service. Successful candidates will generally be offered appointment on a 3-year renewable contract at entry level which is pegged to the appointment grade of Allied Educator (AED) 14. Candidates with a wealth of experience and expertise/ skills can be considered for appointment above base grade. The starting salary will commensurate with the academic qualifications and work experience of successful applicants. Those who have completed full-time National Service will be granted additional salary increments.
The salary ranges for Allied Educators Scheme of Service are as follows:
|Allied Educators Scheme of Service|
|Appointment Grade||Salary Range*|
$1,370 – $2,730
$2,000 – $2,730
The Allied Educators Scheme offers good career advancement opportunities and allows officers to build expertise in their areas of specialisation. Officers who demonstrate good performance and potential can look forward to taking on higher level appointments such as Senior Allied Educator (Teaching and Learning).
Successful candidates will be sponsored to attend a training programme and are required to serve 1-year Minimum Service Period upon successful completion of the training. You will receive a full monthly salary while undergoing training.
- School Holiday Scheme (similar to teaching staff)
- Medical leave - 14 days sick leave (if no hospitalisation) and up to 60 days sick leave (with hospitalisation)
- Subsidised medical and dental benefits
- Use of Government Holiday Bungalows
- Group Insurance Scheme at low premium
Application is currently closed. You may leave your details here and we will inform you when the position is open for recruitment.