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Vision "Investing in responsible, innovative and compassionate world citizens" "MISY၏မျှော်မှန်းချက်သည် ကျောင်းသူ၊ ကျောင်းသားများအား တာဝန်ယူတတ်သော၊ တီထွင်ဆန်းသစ်နိုင်စွမ်းရှိသော၊ မေတ္တာ ကရုဏာနှင့်ပြည့်ဝသော၊ ကမ္ဘာ့နိုင်ငံသားများအဖြစ်လေ့ကျင့် ပျိုးထောင်ပေးရန်ဖြစ်ပါသည်။" Mission "To instil within students the knowledge, skills and qualities they need to grow as successful individuals and make positive contributions to Myanmar and the wider world." "MISY၏ ကျောင်းသူ၊ ကျောင်းသားများကိုမြန်မာနိုင်ငံကိုသာမက ကမ္ဘာတဝှမ်းလုံးကိုပါအကျိုးပြုနိုင်ပြီး၊ အောင်မြင်သောသူများဖြစ်စေရန် နှင့် တစ်ဦးချင်းစီတိုင်း၏ပင်ကိုယ်စွမ်းရည်များကိုပြည့်စုံအောင်ဖြည့်စည်းပေးနိုင်သောအသိပညာဗဟုသုတ၊ ကျွမ်းကျင်မှုနှင့် အလေ့အကျင့်ကောင်းများကိုပြုစုပျိုးထောင်ပေးရန်။"
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About Myanmar International School Yangon

Employer Details

  • Type: Direct Employer
  • Industry: Education/Training
  • No. Employees: 101 to 200

Address

No. 24, Sae Myaung Road, 11th Quarter, Yankin Township, Yangon,No. 23, 48th Street, between Manawhari and Aung Yadanar Roads Chan Mya, Thar Si,Yangon, Myanmar

Company vision and mission

Vision

"Investing in responsible, innovative and compassionate world citizens"

"MISY၏မျှော်မှန်းချက်သည် ကျောင်းသူ၊ ကျောင်းသားများအား တာဝန်ယူတတ်သော၊ တီထွင်ဆန်းသစ်နိုင်စွမ်းရှိသော၊ မေတ္တာ ကရုဏာနှင့်ပြည့်ဝသော၊ ကမ္ဘာ့နိုင်ငံသားများအဖြစ်လေ့ကျင့် ပျိုးထောင်ပေးရန်ဖြစ်ပါသည်။"

Mission

"To instil within students the knowledge, skills and qualities they need to grow as successful
individuals and make positive contributions to Myanmar and the wider world."

"MISY၏ ကျောင်းသူ၊ ကျောင်းသားများကိုမြန်မာနိုင်ငံကိုသာမက ကမ္ဘာတဝှမ်းလုံးကိုပါအကျိုးပြုနိုင်ပြီး၊ အောင်မြင်သောသူများဖြစ်စေရန် နှင့် တစ်ဦးချင်းစီတိုင်း၏ပင်ကိုယ်စွမ်းရည်များကိုပြည့်စုံအောင်ဖြည့်စည်းပေးနိုင်သောအသိပညာဗဟုသုတ၊ ကျွမ်းကျင်မှုနှင့် အလေ့အကျင့်ကောင်းများကိုပြုစုပျိုးထောင်ပေးရန်။"

What we do

Myanmar International School Yangon (MISY) was established in August 2009 and is located in Yankin township, Yangon Myanmar.
MISY is an all-through school, catering for students from early years (nursery and reception) to year 13 (sixth form).
There are a wide variety of after-school activities, including sports programmes and community based projects to enhance the learning experiences of all students.
MISY has a sister school in Mandalay which opened in 2018. This campus currently caters for students from early years to year 12.
Both are Cambridge accredited and MISY Yangon became a Council of International Schools (CIS) member.


MISY (Mandalay Campus)

MISY Mandalay was established in August 2018. The school is currently located at No. 23, 48th Street, Between 109 x 110 Roads, Chan Mya Thar Si Township, Mandalay. The school runs classes in Early Years (Nursery, Reception) and Year 1 to Year 12.

MISY is a member of Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE), and our students sit for the worldwide recognized University of Cambridge IGCSE and A-level exams and take part in scholastic activities worldwide. They study at universities around the world as well as here in Myanmar.

Why you should join us

A typical international work place, pleasant, clean, secure, disciplined, caring and friendly atmosphere in which everyone is able to grow, prosper and work with trust. A right place for you to contribute your skills for the growth of our community.

Our workplace and culture

At MISY, we endeavor to help our students to understand and appreciate the rich culture of Myanmar and of other nations in the world.

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Providing appropriate medical care to students and staff during school hours. Communicating with parents for consent before any treatment is administered to students. Communicating with parents in the event of an accident, injury or illness involving a student. Recording visits to the nurse room on the electronic day book Providing medical support when requested for offsite activities and special events. Ensuring that the medical rooms are stocked with appropriate medicine and equipment at all times. Maintaining a written record of all medicines and equipment, including expiry dates. Ensuring that all first Aid Kits on site are regularly checked for stock and replenished where necessary. Supporting the establishment of the IPC programme( Infection Prevention and Control) and modelling good practice with regards to IPC. Other reasonable duties, as requested by the healthcare manager
Recruitment and appointment Oversee the recruitment process ensuring all the policies and procedures are adhered to Work with the leadership team for recruitment and appointment Oversee the issuing of offer letters and prepare contracts as required Ensure that Job descriptions and remuneration packages are produced and issued to applicants as necessary Work with recruitment agencies as required Process criminal reference checks and comply with safer recruitment procedures Support induction programmes for all staff Monitor probationary periods for support staff and ensure that probationary reviews are carried out at the correct time Staffing Ensure any changes to role, grade or pay follow the agreed approval processes and are processed as per the agreed procedure Coordinate the annual appraisal and performance management procedures Undertake the production and review of job descriptions, including person specifications Develop and maintain accurate staff records HR administration Advise and support staff on HR matters, ensuring compliance with HR policies and procedures and seeking advice from the School Business Manager as necessary Produce quality work that meets deadlines and is accurately and professionally presented Deliver excellent customer service at all times Provide HR support at appropriate meetings as required Assist with investigations, including providing advice and guidance to colleagues as necessary Liaison with employee representatives in relation to employment matters Manage the exit process for leaving staff, including conducting exit interviews as required Support the School Business Development Manager with reports for the Board of Directors and provide accurate and timely management information as and when required Maintain a log of HR policies and procedures and ensure policies requiring review are drafted in line with current best practice and statutory requirements in readiness for Board of Directors Ensure HR files are created and maintained in keeping with guidance relating to this Oversee the data cleanse and transfer procedures of staff records where staff are leaving Support the work of the Child Protection team Ensure compliance with data protection Liaise with HR consultant as required Ensure that changes in employment law is known and acted upon Supervise HR Executive Other duties Maintain absence records for internal and payroll purposes Create absence reports as required Undertake risk assessments for staff members, ensuring they are up to date, compliant with relevant guidance and all stakeholders are informed of their responsibilities Support the Staff Wellbeing, attend the Staff Wellbeing Meetings and liaise with the Deputy Headteacher with responsibility for this Ensure that expatriate teachers are well informed about the rules and procedures for immigration in Myanmar Manage the VISA process for all expatriate staff, ensuring that all processes and procedures are followed in a timely manner Support expatriate staff with accommodation requirements and manage the accommodation process as required
Serves visitors by greeting, welcoming, and directing them appropriately. Notify personnel or visitor arrival Informs visitors by answering or referring inquiries. Provide school’s information enquiry by phone or in person Keeps a safe and clean reception area by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations. Organize internal small events and prepare necessary arrangement Regular check on event calendar & e-mails (sent by management for staff meeting) Deal with school operational team Receive draft letter and translation Printing Browse and collect information from each school’s websites Ring them for more detailed data if needed, visit their campus if required Report to admission team and management
1 - Mission, Vision and Policies ∙ Demonstrate a commitment to implement the mission and vision of the school ensuring children are working towards the stated outcomes. ∙ Adhere to all policies and procedures stated and referred to in the Academic Staff Handbook and School Policy Manual. 2 - Teaching ∙ Prepare suitable lessons and homework as per school policy. ∙ Keep records of topics taught, including individual lessons where appropriate. ∙ Have a sound knowledge of the relevant school and English National Curriculum guidelines as appropriate, and use these effectively in implementing a child-centred approach to learning in the classroom. ∙ Ensure all assessable work is marked promptly and children are given feedback on how to make further progress. ∙ Use a range of teaching approaches appropriate to meeting the needs of the individual child. ∙ Provide a stimulating learning environment in the classroom, one which promotes the individual child’s self-esteem and confidence. ∙ Establish and consistently maintain effective classroom routines. ∙ Establish a good rapport with the children whilst maintaining clear classroom control. 3 - Monitoring, Assessment & Evaluation ∙ Monitor, assess and evaluate each child’s learning. ∙ Prepare clear, accurate and honest written reports of each child’s progress as required by school policy. ∙ Be available to parents and recognise the importance of including parents in each child’s education, conducting personal interviews as and when required. ∙ Maintain records of each child’s learning, and where required, ensure that samples of each child’s work and other appropriate information are maintained in suitable files and are readily available for quick reference. ∙ Demonstrate the ability to evaluate personal performance and make adjustments to provide more effective learning programmes for the children if necessary. 4 - Professional Development ∙ Demonstrate a commitment to personal development through regular, active participation in professional development activities, both formal (school sponsored INSET) and informal (e.g. participation in policy development, visiting other classrooms, schools etc.). 5 - Within School Interaction ∙ Behave in an ethical manner and maintain professional relationships with all academic and administrative staff. ∙ Implement school policies on supervising children’s behaviour and welfare. ∙ Work effectively with other members of staff and be punctual in meeting deadlines. ∙ Contribute positively to school meetings. 6 - School Community Interaction ∙ Maintain personal and professional relationships with members of the local community that are appropriate to a professional standing in the community. ∙ Participate in activities in which the school and wider community interact. 7 - Administrative Duties ∙ Maintain required records of each child’s assessment, attendance, minutes of meetings, textbooks and resources, accidents, correspondence with parents of children in the class, parental interviews etc. ∙ Supervise the work of any Teaching Assistant / Technician allocated to the class / subject.
Teaching and learning These duties may include all, or some of the following: To deliver curriculum to small student groups To plan and prepare lessons to be delivered to small groups of students To assess and report on small student groups To use differentiated teaching strategies to encourage student engagement and participation To facilitate student access to the curriculum To advocate for students with additional educational need Communication To liaise with SENCo on regular basis with student updates To communicate with parents. To communicate with school staff and professional support personnel for the purpose of assisting in the effective implementation of the IEP and for sharing information about students and their needs Support To supervise and assist students during non-teaching periods within a variety of school environments (e.g. lunch, recess/breaks/spares, bus loading/unloading, playground, classroom, washroom, field trips, public transportation, assemblies, etc.) for the purpose of maintaining a safe and positive learning environment. To provide interventions and support to meet the moderate to severe safety, health and personal care needs of students. These needs may include lifting and transferring, movement and positioning, feeding, toileting, changing and diapering, and approved administration of medication/medical procedures, (following appropriate training) Additional Duties: Participate in the life of the school community, to support its distinctive mission, ethos and vision, and to encourage staff and students to follow this example. Attend meetings, training, professional learning sessions (e.g. first aid, CPR, emergency procedures, behaviour management, etc.) Actively promote the school’s policies. Continue professional development in line with performance management targets. Comply with the school’s safeguarding policies and procedures Support student/students during the school day in the areas of academic, behavior & health & safety Work with the classroom teacher to differentiate classroom learning & assessment for the specific student. support students to develop skills to direct their own personal care and to foster independence. Assist the teacher(s) with preparation activities to meet the needs of individual students including appropriate assessment tools and/or materials under the direction of the teacher for the purpose of supporting and reinforcing classroom objectives on a daily basis. Monitor, supervise and assist students during non-teaching periods within a variety of school environments (e.g. lunch, breaks/spares, bus loading/unloading, playground, classroom, washroom, field trips, public transportation, assemblies, etc.) for the purpose of maintaining a safe and positive learning environment Under the supervision of the SENCO provide interventions and support to meet the moderate to severe safety, health, personal care needs of students with special needs these needs may include lifting and transferring, movement and positioning, feeding, toileting, changing and diapering, and approved administration of medication/medical procedures Monitor student’s daily schedule and behaviour plan (e.g. Class schedule, toileting, appetite). Complete break duties Deliver, plan and assess curriculum to students with special needs Report on students with special needs
Recruitment and appointment Oversee the recruitment process ensuring all the policies and procedures are adhered to Work with the leadership team for recruitment and appointment Oversee the issuing of offer letters and prepare contracts as required Ensure that Job descriptions and remuneration packages are produced and issued to applicants as necessary Work with recruitment agencies as required Process criminal reference checks and comply with safer recruitment procedures Support induction programmes for all staff Monitor probationary periods for support staff and ensure that probationary reviews are carried out at the correct time Staffing Ensure any changes to role, grade or pay follow the agreed approval processes and are processed as per the agreed procedure Coordinate the annual appraisal and performance management procedures Undertake the production and review of job descriptions, including person specifications Develop and maintain accurate staff records HR administration Advise and support staff on HR matters, ensuring compliance with HR policies and procedures and seeking advice from the School Business Manager as necessary Produce quality work that meets deadlines and is accurately and professionally presented Deliver excellent customer service at all times Provide HR support at appropriate meetings as required Assist with investigations, including providing advice and guidance to colleagues as necessary Liaison with employee representatives in relation to employment matters Manage the exit process for leaving staff, including conducting exit interviews as required Support the School Business Development Manager with reports for the Board of Directors and provide accurate and timely management information as and when required Maintain a log of HR policies and procedures and ensure policies requiring review are drafted in line with current best practice and statutory requirements in readiness for Board of Directors Ensure HR files are created and maintained in keeping with guidance relating to this Oversee the data cleanse and transfer procedures of staff records where staff are leaving Support the work of the Child Protection team Ensure compliance with data protection Liaise with HR consultant as required Ensure that changes in employment law is known and acted upon Supervise HR Executive Other duties Maintain absence records for internal and payroll purposes Create absence reports as required Undertake risk assessments for staff members, ensuring they are up to date, compliant with relevant guidance and all stakeholders are informed of their responsibilities Support the Staff Wellbeing, attend the Staff Wellbeing Meetings and liaise with the Deputy Headteacher with responsibility for this Ensure that expatriate teachers are well informed about the rules and procedures for immigration in Myanmar Manage the VISA process for all expatriate staff, ensuring that all processes and procedures are followed in a timely manner Support expatriate staff with accommodation requirements and manage the accommodation process as required
Main Purpose: To provide a professional, efficient and effective Health Service for students and staff. Job Description - Support the Senior Leaders in managing outbreaks, epidemics and emergencies - Provide health education to parents to meet the needs of the community - Support health education to students to meet the needs of the community - Offer health advice to staff as requested - Liaise with outside organisations and manage health initiatives which impact on the school (eg. vaccination programmes) - Advise the Senior Leadership Team on any health concerns arising in the local area - Ensure that all First Aid kits on site are regularly checked for stock and replenished where necessary - Other duties as assigned.
To ensure the quality of planning, preparing and delivering of curriculum and lessons. To be able to teach Primary and Secondary level. To be able to evaluate each student's musical growth and performance, assessing each individual’s contribution to the performance of the group. To be able to plan, rehearse, and direct students in musical programs for school events. To be able to teach skills in music appreciation, harmony, and explorations in music and in instrumental music (i.e. band, instrumental ensemble) to students.
To be able to demonstrate a high level of relevant curriculum knowledge, especially in areas of language and literature. To be able to incorporate relevant thinking and reflective skills into the curriculum. To be able to teach relevant curriculum to diverse learners. To be able to work with colleagues to ensure continuity and progression in the curriculum. To be able to prepare and present informative
Myanmar International School Yangon Awards