2 Computer Teacher Job Opportunities – St. Michael International School

Organisation: St. Michael
International School
Duty Station: Kampala,
Uganda
About US:
St. Michael International
School Day Care, Kindergarten & Primary is a Junior School with both the
UNEB Curriculum and an International setting. St. Michael International School
Day Care, Kindergarten & Primary is a brain child of vibrant and
experienced professionals and educationists who are keen on promoting the best
practices that will foster an excellent school constituting of a Board of
Directors. The school strives to train young boys and girls into all round
citizens who are competitive and always responsive to national and
international development trends.
Job Summary: The
Computer Teachers will provide support to the instructional process by serving
as a teacher with specific responsibility for supervising pupils within the
classroom and other assigned areas; developing schemes, lesson plans and
delivering group an individual pupil instruction within the established
curriculum guidelines; collaborating with other teachers, other professional
staff, and administrators in addressing instructional and/or classroom issues;
and responding to a wide range of inquiries from pupils’ parents or guardians
regarding instructional program and pupil’s progress.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:  
  • Ensure
    an admirable computer suite environment with clean and up to-date charts
    at all times.
  • Adopt
    a positive approach to all pupils in the school in respect of capability,
    behaviour and social diversity.
  • Setting
    and updating relevant schemes of work and other computer literacy
    materials according to the timelines set.
  • Be
    responsible for the effective instruction, training and assessment of
    pupils in computer literacy.
  • Prepare
    pupils thoroughly for good examination success liaising with colleagues on
    strategies, targets, revision programmes etc.
  • Set,
    mark and moderate examinations (possibly including entrance tests) under
    the direction of the Headteacher.
  • Prepare
    end-of-term reports within the deadlines set.
  • Maintain
    a record of work for all children.
  • Organize
    remedial sessions where necessary to meet targets.
  • Accept
    invigilation, substitution, duty teacher, or other assignments as given by
    the DOS or Headteacher following the guidelines given. 
  • Attend
    school/parent meetings punctually.
  • Implement
    consistent guidance, counseling and disciplinary practices in accordance
    with policy, check pupils’ appearance and lesson attendance. 
  • Set
    a good example by being well-dressed and always punctual to school duties.
  • Adhere
    to the current timings of the school for lessons, activities and special
    events. 
  • Be
    present in school at all times during school hours in the first and last
    week of term, in examination periods, and in duty weeks.
  • Consult
    the Headteacher regarding permission to leave school during the day, and
    for other, special leaves. Absence from school for 1 day or longer
    requires the filing in and filing of a record chit.
  • Ensure
    that the computer suite is clean and orderly, reporting any recent damage
    or misuse. Utilize suite equipment, charts etc. to the best teaching
    advantage.
  • Be
    willingly involved in the wider cultural/sporting life of the school. Each
    teacher will help in Club and House activities. Promote student leadership
    and responsibility whenever possible.
  • Participate
    in professional development programmes, computer courses, workshops, etc.
    Utilize reflective practice and occasional research. Implement recommended
    educational practices.
  • Actively
    participate in staff appraisal and evaluation devices as requested by the
    Headteacher, and set annual professional objectives. Cooperate with
    colleagues over class visits.
  • Ensure
    that all reasonable safety precautions are carried out pertaining to pupil
    /school activities.  Follow the
    Health and Safety guidelines.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The
    applicants should hold O level Certificates (UCE).
  • Possession
    of a Diploma in Computer Education (DCE).
  • At
    least three or more years working experience as a computer teacher.
  • Working
    knowledge in computer networking, web design and maintenance etc. will be
    an added advantage.
  • Highly
    committed to the highest standards of professional service.
  • Excellent
    communication and organisational skills
  • Patient,
    caring and motivated by the best interests of your pupils.
  • Enthusiasm
    for the subject material to foster a love of learning by pupils.
  • Willingness
    to engage in ongoing professional development.
  • Can
    relate well to different groups of pupils of different ages and ability
    levels.
  • Creativity,
    self-belief and the ability to maintain discipline.
  • Team
    player who can collaborate with colleagues.
  • Possess
    the ability to work under minimum supervision.
  • Excellent
    analytical and problem solving skills
  • High
    degree of integrity and good moral character.
How to Apply: 
All candidates are strongly
encouraged to send their applications with recently updated CVs/ resumes via
e-mail to: headteacher.primary@st.michael.ac.ug
OR send the handwritten
applications should be submitted to the office. St. Michael International
School Day Care, Kindergarten & Primary, Kawuku off Entebbe Road near
Jomayi Estates, Bwerenga Road, Kakindu, P.O. Box 5119, Kampala. Uganda
Deadline: 31st December, 2014.
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