Image result for Brainworks School, Myanmar

Brainworks - Total is a unique group of K-12 integrated schools offering Pre, Primary, Secondary, IGCSE and A-Level education. Brainworks - Total accepts your child and takes on his academic development along with personality development and orientation right from Kindergarten onwards to Grade 12. We have a total of 8 branches in Kamayut, Bayint Naung, Kyi Myin Dine, Wai Za Yan Tar, North Dagon, Thingangyun, Thaketa and Taunggyi, which are accredited by Cambridge International School and also certified by ISO 9001, 14001.

Global Perspective Teacher


* Possess a Bachelor's Degree majoring in Humanities/Sociology/Social Science or equivalent;
* At least 3 year(s) of relevant teaching experience in an international school setting.
* Experience in delivering the Cambridge Curriculum, IGCSE
* Fluency in both spoken and written English.
* Good presentation, communication and interpersonal skills.
* Exhibits self-motivation, high work standards and attention to detail.
* Excellent Management skills with Collaborative Nature.
* Willing to work from Mondays to Saturday Mornings.


1. Create lesson plans and develop curriculum lessons based on Cambridge IGCSE standard
for Primary level Grades 1 to 6 students in Global Perspectives
2. Deliver lessons and facilitate the activities planned for Primary level Grades 1 to 8
students in Global Perspectives
3. Developing individual and collaborative research based skills in
environmental/humanities/global issues based topic areas;
4. Evaluate, Feedback writing and grading students' class work, collaborative research
work, assignments, and papers;
5. Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and collaborative as
well as individual research projects;
6. Compile, administer and grade practical research projects as a means of compiled
assessment at Cambridge standard and expectations;
7. Keep abreast of developments in their field by reading current literature, talking with
colleagues and participating in professional collaboration.
8. A background in Humanities, Sociology, Social Sciences, Geography & History topics
within the syllabus up to Year 11 would combine as an advantage to the role.
9. Undertake special assignments, ad-hoc functions and related duties as and when required

Economics Teacher / Business Teacher


* To plan, develop and deliver high quality lessons and courses within the broad, balanced,
relevant and differentiated subject curriculum using a variety of approaches, to continually
enhance learning and teaching
* To maintain and build upon the standards achieved in the award for QTS Secondary as set
out by the Teachers' Standards
* Contribute to the safeguarding and promotion of the welfare and personal care of children
and young people with regard to policy and Area Child Protection Procedures
* To support all Sixth Form policies and procedures


* Manage and develop student learning through effective teaching in accordance with
schemes of learning and policies
* Teach, assess and support students fully, to maximize their chances of A-Level examination
* Ensure continuity, progression, rigor and cohesiveness in all teaching
* Use a variety of methods and differentiated approaches to match curricular objectives and
the range of student needs
* Set and mark all student work in accordance with the Sixth Form marking policy (in and
beyond the classroom), to consolidate and extend learning and encourage students to take
responsibility for their own learning
* Support individual learning by planning work with appropriate challenge and monitoring and
reviewing student outcomes regularly
* Set high expectations for all students
* Use clear and precise learning objectives and defining criteria for success and progress for
each lesson
* Monitor student progress, keeping student records that include assessment outcomes and
targets set at regular intervals in line with Sixth Form policy, to enable all students to
achieve their full potential
* Work effectively as a member of the Department team to improve the quality of learning
and teaching, by contributing to the department planning and implementing and monitoring
* Implement new initiatives, Sixth Form, local or national, by adapting classroom procedures
accordingly, monitoring progress and reflecting on pedagogical outcomes
* Use positive management of behaviour in an environment of mutual respect that allows
students to feel safe and secure and promotes their self-esteem
* Assist in the development of student resilience, confidence and intellectual curiosity
Monitoring, Assessment, Recording, Reporting, and Accountability

* Be immediately responsible for the processes of assessment, recording and reporting for the
students in their charge
* Track student progress, monitoring achievement against set targets and take appropriate
and early action on student outcomes and under-achievement
* Assess students' work systematically and use the results to inform future planning, teaching
and curricular development
* Be familiar with statutory assessment and reporting procedures
* Keep an accurate register of students for each lesson. Unexplained absences or patterns of
absence should be reported immediately

Subject Knowledge and Understanding

* Have a thorough and up-to-date knowledge and understanding of programmes of study and
specifications for examination courses
* Contribute to the effective use of subject resources, including evaluation of new materials
and equipment
* Keep up-to-date with technological change and the use of technology to enhance delivery
and student access to the subject

Professional Standards and Development

* Arrive in class, on or before the start of the lesson, and begin and end lessons on time
* Be familiar with the Sixth Form Centre and Department policies and support all the policies
and procedures
* Establish effective working relationships with professional colleagues and associate staff
* Be involved in extra-curricular activities such as contributing to enrichment activities, trips
and visits, and Sixth Form events
* Maintain a working knowledge and understanding of teachers' professional duties as set out
in the current School Teachers' Pay and Conditions and Teachers' Standards, and teachers'
legal liabilities and responsibilities relating to all legislation
* Be a role model to students through personal presentation and professional conduct
* Liaise effectively with parent/carers and with other agencies with responsibility for students'
education and welfare
* Be aware of the role of the Governing Body of the Sixth Form and support it in performing
its duties
* Consider the needs of all students within lessons (and implement specialist advice as

Health and Safety Responsibilities

* Co-operate with the Sixth Form by following safe working practices and carrying out their
health and safety responsibilities as detailed in the Sixth Form's policies, risk assessments
and health and safety standards
* Report to line manager any hazards they identify and any inadequacies in health and safety
* Report to the Sixth Form any changes in personal circumstances which might affect their
health and safety
* Take part in any health and safety training and development identified as necessary by the
Principal or their Line Manager
* Use work equipment provided correctly, in accordance with instructions or training.
* Ensure that when running projects or activities involving students or other non- employees,
risks are assessed as part of the planning stage and control measures implemented
* Report health and safety incidents, in accordance with the Sixth Form's health and safety
* All employees are responsible for contributing to the safety education of students through
the formal and informal curriculum
* All employees are responsible for ensuring that any visitors in their care follow health and
safety instructions
* All employees are responsible for the effective supervision and safety of students under
their care. This includes ensuring that students follow health and safety instructions

Continuing Professional Development

* Take responsibility for personal professional development, keep up-to-date with research
and developments in teaching and support Sixth Form development plans
* Implement and develop pedagogic procedures introduced through Sixth Form, local or
government initiatives
* Participate in leadership, peer and self-monitoring and evaluation schemes, responding to,
and acting upon, advice and guidance received
* Carry out reflective practice exercises to move classroom practice, learning and teaching
* Use any 'gained time' to revise teaching, learning and curriculum materials in readiness for
new academic year; participate in collaborative planning sessions; provide additional
student support or any activity directed by the Principal.
* Maintain a professional portfolio of evidence and learning log to support the Appraisal
process - evaluating and improving own practice.
* Contribute to the professional development of colleagues.
* Contribute to departmental development by sharing professional learning, expertise and
skills with others in the team, through departmental training activities such as coaching and

This job description will be reviewed annually and may be subject to amendment or
modification at any time after consultation with the post holder. It is not a comprehensive
statement of procedures and tasks but sets out the main expectations of the Sixth Form in
relation to the post holder's professional responsibilities and duties.


Person Specification Education and Qualifications:

* Degree status and DfE recognized qualification
* Qualified Teacher status

Knowledge, understanding and skills:

* A clear understanding of issues related to the promotion of effective learning and
teaching and student achievement
* Knowledge and understanding of current curriculum developments
* Knowledge of current assessment and target setting practices
* Excellent ICT skills and a good awareness of the role of ICT in supporting learning
and teaching and raising attainment
* Knowledge and understanding of strategies to promote positive behavior, discipline,
social inclusion and the development of student self-esteem
* Ability as an effective classroom practitioner
* A high level of literacy and numeracy skills
* Good verbal and written communication skills
* The ability to work independently and as part of a team

Personal qualities:
* Excellent inter-personal skills. The ability to develop good relationships with
students, parents and colleagues and other stakeholders
* Enthusiasm and ability to inspire students, staff, parents / carers and other
* Commitment to put the needs of the students first and work with them to achieve
their full potential
* A high level of commitment to the students and their continuing development
* Flexibility and the ability to balance priorities and absorb pressure
* An ability to review own practice, set personal targets and take responsibility for
own personal development
* Willingness to be contribute fully and be involved in the diversity of the department,
school and team.
* Good time management skills, An ability to manage own workload and that of
others, where appropriate
* Honesty, integrity, reliability and the ability to maintain confidentiality

* Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to safeguarding and
promoting the welfare of children, health, safety and security, confidentiality and
data protection
* To demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to equal opportunities and
* Be responsible for own health and safety as well as that of colleagues, students and
the public

English ESL Teacher

Here is an outline of the position:

* In both Primary and KG you will have up to 24 hours of classroom contact
time, this could be two different grade levels of students.
* The rest of your 40-hour work week is given to preparation, planning, duty and
* There are Department Heads for Preschool, Primary, who will help with
specific requirements.
* Established curricula for each grade level, weekly plans you can follow and
* Both Primary and KG use digital platforms for on-line learning with hundreds
of resources and educational components to assist you.
* Students use digital tablets and text books.
* We encourage self-leadership, creativity and sharing knowledge with
* A school year / academic calendar will be provided prior to the start of the
* The parents, students, the schools are very focused on students' progress and
* At terms' end, teachers must submit grades and comments onto our cloudbased system.
* Teachers attend compulsory meetings conducted by your department heads and
on some occasions our Heads of School

Chemistry Teacher

IGCSE Chemistry Teacher Requirements:

* Degree in Chemistry or a related discipline.
* Relevant certification may be required.
* A completed apprenticeship would be advantageous.
* Knowledge of teaching styles recommended.
* Excellent interpersonal, as well as written and verbal communication skills.
* Sound knowledge of health and safety regulations.
* Ability to inspire and motivate students.
* Strong multitasking skills.
* At least 3 year(s) of relevant teaching experience in an international school setting.
* Experience in delivering the Cambridge Curriculum, IGCSE
* Fluency in both spoken and written English.
* Good presentation, communication and interpersonal skills.
* Exhibits self-motivation, high work standards and attention to detail.
* Excellent Management skills with Collaborative Nature.
* Willing to work from Mondays to Saturdays.

Chemistry Teacher Responsibilities:

1. Understanding the curriculum IGCSE and developing schedules, lesson plans, and
teaching methods that will help students cover the required content.
2. Preparing and delivering lessons that are stimulating and clear.
3. Educating students on lab safety and ensuring all experiments are carried out responsibly.
4. Setting up tests, assignments, experiments, and grading students fairly.
5. Ensuring appropriate resources and consultation times are available to students.
6. Mentoring and providing support to student teachers.
7. Attending staff and parent meetings, conferences, workshops, and other continuing
education programs.
8. Informing and preparing students for science fairs and expos.
9. Handling various administration functions, which include updating student records and
keeping track of lab supplies, tools, and equipment.
10. Ensuring a safe, healthy classroom environment where learning can take place.

3+ years experience

Free Fully Furnished Accommodation , Annual Return Air Fare and other perks

Contact name: Garrett Tuck
Phone: +95 9974541206
No. 1,, Thumingalar Street,, 16/4 Qtr, Thingangyun, Yangon, Myanmar - 11001
Contact email:,

Post a Comment