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At Traill, we are seeking teachers/managers who  
  • Are UK trained or have relevant UK national
  • curriculum experience
  • Enjoy working in a dynamic working environment
  • Have good interpersonal skills and work well with teams
  • Set high standards for themselves and demand the same from others
  • Take an active role in thir own professional development and in that of others
  • Are familiar with the demands of students in international schools
  • Have an exceptional rapport with students, parents and colleagues
Details of Posts Available
Head of PE Faculty
  Traill International School has a very successful PE department, particularly with football and basketball, where we are developing an enviable reputation throughout South East Asia. The department has nine personal including specialist coaches. Any specialism will be considered, but the successful applicant must have experience teaching (I)GCSE and A-Level PE.
Closing Date: 6th March, although early applications would be welcome
Teacher of Graphic Design/Art   The successful applicant will also lead the Performing Arts Faculty. Although small in size, this is a very popular subject, consistently producing excellent examination results.
Closing Date: 6th March, although early applications would be welcome
Coordinator of AEN   The successful candidate will coordinate the AEN provision at the school and will have a 50% teaching load. Any subject will be considered, although English would be preferred.
Closing Date: 6th March, although early applications would be welcome
Team Leader for ICT/Computer Science   Both ICT and Computer Science are popular subjects at the school and we are looking to appoint an experienced teacher to continue building on the current success.
Closing Date: 6th March, although early applications would be welcome

We can offer:  
  • A renewable two-year contract
  • A competitive salary
  • Health insurance
  • Direct return flights to and from country of origin at start and end of contract
  • Housing allowance for staff recruited outside of Thailand
  • Opportunities for ongoing professional development
  • A professionally stimulating and supportive working environment
  • The chance to live in a safe, culturally diverse society

Download Application Form [Here]

Key features of Traill International School  
  • 450 pupils aged from 3-18
  • 2 form entry throughout the School
  • Modern, purpose built premises on the outskirts of Bangkok, close to the airport
  • Accredited by the prestigious Education Development Trust (EDT), British Schools Overseas (BSO), and the Thai Ministry of Education
  • Able to offer NQT year to newly qualified teachers
  • Member of ECIS; accredited as a centre for Cambridge University Examinations
School address:   Traill International School
43 Soi Ramkhamhaeng 16
Huamark, Bangkok 10240
Tel: 0-2718-8779
Website: www.traillschool.ac.th

Job description for classroom teacher
Job title: Classroom teacher
Responsible to: Head teacher
Line Manager: Key Stage Leader/Team Leader

Job Purpose:
To ensure the provision of the necessary teaching, administrative and liaison required for each pupil in the care of the teacher to receive a high quality educational experience that fully meets the requirements and stated aims of the school. The teacher has clear teaching, pastoral and administrative roles.

An academic member of staff supports the above statement by taking his/her full share of responsibility for the educational development and pastoral care of Traill students.

Key Responsibilities:
A member of the teacher staff has the following academic responsibilities
  • To demonstrate excellence in the classroom
  • To prepare medium and short term planning to teach the agreed curriculum
  • To closely monitor attainment and achievement; collate data, and participate in data analysis to enhance understanding of student progress
  • To participate in self evaluation as a systematic part of school life
  • To take responsibility for designated subject/areas, complete SWOT analysis, formulate action plans and monitor resources
  • To support and apply all TIS policies
  • To take part in the school appraisal programme as required by the Head teacher
  • To undertake any other reasonable task or duty as instructed by the Head teacher or any other line manager
A member of the teaching staff has the following pastoral responsibilities.  
  • To promote a positive, confident and happy international community
  • To have high expectations of personal endeavor and achievement
  • To attend staff meetings, parents evenings, school trips, as may be reasonably requested by the Head teacher
  • To be responsible for a reasonable number of playground, lunch and other duties as may be required
  • To support and implement the student code of conduct
    To cover for absent colleagues when necessary


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