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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,ရန်ကုန်တိုင်း, 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။"

ကၽြန္ေတာ္တို႔ ဘာေတြလုပ္သလဲ

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.

သင္ဘာလို႔ ကၽြန္ေတာ္တို႔နဲ႔ ပူးေပါင္းသင့္တာလဲ

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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All Myanmar International School Yangon Jobs
Teaching and Learning ● To plan and teach well-structured lessons to assigned classes, following the school’s plans, curriculum and schemes of work ● To assess, monitor, record and report on the learning needs, progress and achievements of assigned students, making accurate and productive use of assessment ● To adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of students ● To set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge students ● To promote good progress and outcomes by students ● To demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge ● To participate in arrangements for preparing students for external tests ● To conduct Parent Teacher Conferences as per the school calendar ● To prepare formal written reports as per the school calendar Whole School organisation ● To contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of the school’s policies, practices and procedures, so as to support the school’s values, vision and mission ● To make a positive contribution to the wider life and ethos of the school ● To work with others on curriculum and student development to secure co-ordinated outcomes ● To provide cover, where another teacher is unable to teach ● To stay updated on school policies, Staff handbook content and any other relevant content that ensures an effective working life. ● Follow the school dress code and other codes of conduct Health and Wellbeing ● To promote the safety and wellbeing of all students ● To ensure a good and safe learning environment Professional Development ● To take part in the school’s appraisal procedures ● To take part in further training and development in order to improve own teaching ● Take part in the appraisal and professional development of others Communication and Collaboration ● To communicate effectively with students, parents and carers ● To collaborate and work with colleagues and other relevant professionals within and beyond the school ● To develop effective professional relationships with colleagues Personal and Professional conduct ● To uphold public trust in the profession and maintain high standards of ethics and behaviour, within and outside school ● To have proper and professional regard for the ethos, policies and practices of the school, and maintain high standards of attendance and punctuality ● To understand and act within the expectations relating to professional duties and responsibilities Management of staff and resources ● To direct and supervise support staff assigned to them, and where appropriate, other teachers ● To contribute to the professional development of other teachers and support staff ● To deploy resources delegated to them
MAIN (CORE) DUTIES To provide high level customer service via email, telephone, and face to face communications with prospective parents, students and the wider community To ensure prospective students and parents are guided and encouraged through the admissions process in a professional, helpful and efficient way. To increase conversion rates from enquiry to admission To assist the Senior Business Manager in planning, organising and delivering successful admissions events including open mornings, taster days and exhibitions To organise visits for prospective parents and students To liaise with members of academic staff to organise meetings with prospective parents as required. To give tours of the school when requested to prospective parents To prepare for entrance tests and CAT4 tests. To ensure prospective parents are informed of entry and interview dates in a timely and professional manner. To collate new students’ welcome pack materials & prepare ID card, car sticker, car pass, locker, chair & desk. To ensure that relevant material is on the website in a timely manner. To ensure that every student joining MISY at any time has the appropriate welcome and joining information and liaise with academic staff as relevant. To enter and maintain application data at all stages of the admissions process, including initial application, offer information and financial details To provide reports to the Senior Business Manager, Head of School and the Board of Directors as requested and in a timely manner Daily Duties To organise and coordinate students’ admissions, registration and school fees To coordinate with the PR/marketing manager in the preparation of admissions publicity and information material To serve as an enquiry incharge to potential students and provide information and guidance to the parents/guardian and students accordingly To coordinate and arrange with the Head of Primary and Secondary and academic administrator for the written and interview process for new students and involve the EAL coordinator where necessary. To act as an interpreter during meetings between teachers and parents or members of the local community To provide a translation service for teachers and parents as requested To be responsible for communicating admitted students’ information to academic staff as necessary To report and provide information on the services and operation of the administration functions as required from time to time Ensure that the school database (Engage) is maintained and up to date with correct students’ details To input data into the school database and PR software in line with agreed procedures for enquiry and admissions To cover reception duties where required. ADDITIONAL DUTIES ● To play a full part 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. ● To actively promote the school’s policies. ● To continue professional development in line with performance management targets. ● To comply with the school’s safeguarding policies and procedures.
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
Teaching and Learning ● To plan and teach well-structured lessons to assigned classes, following the school’s plans, curriculum and schemes of work ● To assess, monitor, record and report on the learning needs, progress and achievements of assigned students, making accurate and productive use of assessment ● To adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of students ● To set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge students ● To promote good progress and outcomes by students ● To demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge ● To participate in arrangements for preparing students for external tests Whole School organisation ● To contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of the school’s policies, practices and procedures, so as to support the school’s values, vision and mission ● To make a positive contribution to the wider life and ethos of the school ● To work with others on curriculum and student development to secure co-ordinated outcomes ● To provide cover, where another teacher is unable to teach Health and Wellbeing ● To promote the safety and wellbeing of all students ● To ensure a good and safe learning environment Professional Development ● To take part in the school’s appraisal procedures ● To take part in further training and development in order to improve own teaching ● Where appropriate, take part in the appraisal and professional development of others Communication and Collaboration ● To communicate effectively with students, parents and carers ● To collaborate and work with colleagues and other relevant professionals within and beyond the school ● To develop effective professional relationships with colleagues Personal and Professional conduct ● To uphold public trust in the profession and maintain high standards of ethics and behaviour, within and outside school ● To have proper and professional regard for the ethos, policies and practices of the school, and maintain high standards of attendance and punctuality ● To understand and act within the expectations relating to professional duties and responsibilities Management of staff and resources ● To direct and supervise support staff assigned to them, and where appropriate, other teachers ● To contribute to the recruitment and professional development of other teachers and support staff ● To deploy resources delegated to them
Attendance To supply and maintain attendance registers for tutors and teachers. To report where registers are missing, inaccurate or not completed by tutors and teachers. To input and maintain a daily record of attendance for the section. To update attendance information with information received regarding lateness and absence to ensure that an accurate record of attendance is maintained at all times. To ensure that accurate attendance records are available for tutors in the event of an emergency. To follow up, by calling parents when students are absent from school and no reason has been given. To report to the HoP, KS Leaders and teacher where there is continued absence or lateness by students in order that this can be investigated further. To ensure that staff absences are sent to the HR manager daily. Reporting to Parents To ensure that report templates are available for teacher input at the beginning of each reporting cycle. To report where comments or data has not been added by teachers following the agreed deadline. To input additional data onto the report templates, such as attendance and punctuality. To support the printing and collating of reports. To support the process of ensuring that reports are distributed to all parents in a timely manner. Resources To support the production and distribution of resources as required by teachers. Parent Consultation Days To ensure that appointment sheets are produced and distributed to students, teachers and made available for parents prior to the Parent Consultation events. To manage special requirements and arrange appointments for parents where necessary. To ensure that a parent attendance register is kept and support the process of following up where parents have not attended. To support the preparation and management of the event. Parent liaison To accurately translate verbally in staff/parent meetings if required. To accurately translate correspondence to and from parents as required. To write minutes of parent/staff meetings where required. To phone parents and act as a liaison between parents and staff where a language barrier exists. To arrange staff/parent meetings as required. House System To support the administration of the House System as required. To monitor house points weekly and prepare certificates. To monitor MISY quality nominations and prepare certificates Data To input data and maintain an accurate database which records the progress of students. (Progress trackers, CAT4, progress tests etc) To ensure documentation and reports such as WIDA, Progress tests and CAT4 tests are uploaded to Engage. To support the analysis of data where required. To ensure that data is available for staff and parents when required. To support the planning and management of progress tests and CAT 4 tests. Events To support and attend special events relating to the whole school or section. To arrange and coordinate After School Activities (ASA) To verbally translate at events if required To support the HoP with routine admin jobs Additional Duties: To play a full part 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. To promote actively in the school’s policies. To continue professional development in line with performance management targets. To comply with the school’s safeguarding policies and procedures.
Play a vital role in day-to-day operations, particularly to supervise the following areas: Building and grounds maintenance and safety Supervise Housekeeping, Security, Transportation and Canteen Departments Healthy and safety of students and staff Security of all compounds Utilities and communications infrastructure Perform other duties as assigned
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
Qualities and knowledge ● Lead by example, holding and articulating clear values and moral purpose, and focusing on providing excellent education for all students. ● Build positive relationships with all members of the school community, showing positive attitudes to them ● Keep up to date with developments in education, and have a good knowledge of education systems locally, nationally and globally ● Communicate the school’s vision compellingly and drive strategic leadership ● Seek training and continuing professional development to meet own needs Students and Staff ● Demand ambitious standards for all students, instilling a strong sense of accountability in staff for the impact of their work on student outcomes ● Ensure excellent teaching in the school, including through training and development for staff ● Establish a culture of ‘open classrooms’ as a basis for sharing best practice ● Create an ethos within which all staff are motivated and supported to develop their skills and knowledge ● Identify emerging talents, coaching current and aspiring leaders ● Hold all staff to account for their professional conduct and practice ● Participate in the recruitment of qualified staff aligned to the school’s vision and mission. Systems and Procedures ● Ensure that the school’s systems, organisation and processes are well considered, efficient and fit for purpose 1 ● Provide a safe, calm and well-ordered environment for all pupils and staff, focused on safeguarding pupils and developing exemplary behaviour ● Implement systems for managing the performance of all staff, addressing any underperformance, supporting staff to improve and valuing excellent practice ● Welcome and work with the governing board as appropriate, providing the information it needs to govern effectively ● Support strategic, curriculum-led financial planning to ensure effective use of budgets and resources ● Support distribution of leadership throughout the section Self improving school system ● Create an outward-facing school which works with other schools and organisations to secure excellent outcomes for all pupils ● Develop effective relationships with fellow professionals ● Model innovative approaches to school improvement and leadership ● Inspire and influence others to believe in the fundamental importance of education in young people’s lives and to promote the value of education
Qualities and knowledge ● Lead by example, holding and articulating clear values and moral purpose, and focusing on providing excellent education for all students. ● Build positive relationships with all members of the school community, showing positive attitudes to them ● Keep up to date with developments in education, and have a good knowledge of education systems locally, nationally and globally ● Communicate the school’s vision compellingly and drive strategic leadership ● Seek training and continuing professional development to meet own needs Students and Staff ● Demand ambitious standards for all students, instilling a strong sense of accountability in staff for the impact of their work on student outcomes ● Ensure excellent teaching in the school, including through training and development for staff ● Establish a culture of ‘open classrooms’ as a basis for sharing best practice ● Create an ethos within which all staff are motivated and supported to develop their skills and knowledge ● Identify emerging talents, coaching current and aspiring leaders ● Hold all staff to account for their professional conduct and practice ● Participate in the recruitment of qualified staff aligned to the school’s vision and mission. Systems and Procedures ● Ensure that the school’s systems, organisation and processes are well considered, efficient and fit for purpose 1 ● Provide a safe, calm and well-ordered environment for all pupils and staff, focused on safeguarding pupils and developing exemplary behaviour ● Implement systems for managing the performance of all staff, addressing any underperformance, supporting staff to improve and valuing excellent practice ● Welcome and work with the governing board as appropriate, providing the information it needs to govern effectively ● Support strategic, curriculum-led financial planning to ensure effective use of budgets and resources ● Support distribution of leadership throughout the section Self improving school system ● Create an outward-facing school which works with other schools and organisations to secure excellent outcomes for all pupils ● Develop effective relationships with fellow professionals ● Model innovative approaches to school improvement and leadership ● Inspire and influence others to believe in the fundamental importance of education in young people’s lives and to promote the value of education
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