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You will receive a monthly salary when you join us as a contract teacher. The school you are deployed to will assess your suitability for NIE training. Upon successful completion of NIE training, you will be deployed to a school to serve a 3-year teaching bond (this is only applicable to candidates who are not recipients of a teaching scholarship / award).
The salary ranges of those found suitable for the relevant teacher training programme is shown below:
||$1,800 - $2,350
||$2,760 - $3,500
Note: All salaries are subject to review and change.
The starting salary offered will take into consideration the relevance of your experience to teaching, time spent on the job, and your academic training. You will be granted additional salary increments if you have completed full-time National Service. There is no pay difference for teachers across the different teaching levels, if they hold the same experience and academic training.
On top of your monthly salary, trained teachers are eligible for annual salary components including the Non-Pensionable Annual Allowance (commonly known as the 13-month bonus), performance bonus and other variable bonuses.
The CONNECT Plan recognises dedicated teachers for their commitment to the cause of education. Trained teachers under Permanent Establishment will receive payouts at various defined points in their career.
As a teacher, you will also enjoy the following service benefits:
Medical and Dental Benefits
You will be entitled to subsidised outpatient and dental treatments, as well as an additional 2% of your gross monthly salary into your CPF Medisave Account.
You are also entitled to full-pay ordinary sick leave up to a total of:
- 14 days in a calendar year; or
- 60 days if warded in a hospital
The school year is from January to end November each year, with 12 weeks of school holidays a year. Teachers can enjoy school holidays if their services are not required during the holidays.
Leave for Urgent Private Affairs
Teachers may apply up to 10 working days of full pay leave a year during term time to attend to urgent matters.
Civil Service Club Chalets
Teachers can apply to stay at the Civil Service Club chalets at subsidised rates.
Public Officers’ Group Insurance Scheme (Optional)
As a public officer, you may apply to join the Public Officers Group Insurance which provides additional financial security to you and your family at low premium rates. Click here to find out more.