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تعلن الاكاديمية الدولية - عمان عن حاجتها الى الشواغر التالية :

1- DT Technician

Department:

Design Technology Department - Secondary School

Reports to:

Head of Design Technology

Also Accountable to:

DT Teachers, Principal, Deputy Principal & Programme Coordinator(s)

Accountable for:

Assisting in the effective learning and management of design students in the IAA.

Academic Year:

2021/2022

* Approved by Principals and Director, June 2021       

Professionalism

All staff are expected to demonstrate professionalism by following the guidelines in the IAA Code of Conduct, which is signed annually by each staff member, as outlined in the Policy manual, and the employment contract.  The standards in these documents include but are not limited to:

  • Upholding the professional standards of IAA in work and in community relationships.
  • Observing confidentiality regarding all matters relating to employment with the IAA both within the school, as appropriate, and outside of the school
  • Upholding all IAA policies and procedures
  • Publicly supporting the school and neither organising nor participating in any activities that could bring the reputation of IAA into disrepute
  • Communicating effectively and appropriately with the school community, both orally and in writing 
  • Responding to communications within two working days.
  • Meeting deadlines and keeping records.
  • Participating in school events that may occur outside of normally contracted working hours when required.

Job Specification:

The Design Technician is directly responsible to the DT teachers and through him/her to the Head of Design Department Principal and Deputy Principal and other school leaders. Technicians are assigned to a DT class, not a teacher and will attend the same lessons as the class, supporting the designated teacher in that lesson.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  • Maintenance and repairs of all workshop/art room equipment. This includes sharpening of tools, lubrication for all the main machines, replacing worn sanding belts and disks, replacing worn or broken blades, cleaning of equipment including the kitchen and other such tasks as asked by the Technology and Art teachers.
  • Equipment Check. Check all tools and equipment, regularly throughout the working day, in accordance with the Design Technology department checklists. Report any missing equipment to the respective HoD immediately.
  • Project focused tasks. Preparation of tools and jigs to aid in the manufacture of various projects. Reclamation of materials and components from completed student projects.
  • Preparation of materials. Responding to material requisition slips submitted by staff cutting sheet, plank, cardboard and paper, etc. material to sizes to fit the various teaching requirements. Generally preparing materials for set projects as required by teaching staff.
  • Stock control. Receive copies of local requisition orders and ensure their delivery, monitor the stock held and identify when re-ordering is required, receive materials, and check off against stock requisitions. Review material requirement lists for each project and help make up material lists for ordering. Research availability of local-purchase stock items.
  • Storage of equipment and materials. Ensure that all equipment and materials are returned to the correct storage area and that any missing or broken equipment is reported. Check tool storage areas for correct tools and report breakages and missing items. Make a list of missing or broken tools and equipment for re-ordering. Maintain the store rooms of the Department.
  • Usage of CNC machines. To be proficient in the use of the range of CAD/CAM available in the department and provide technical support during lesson time. To maintain CNC equipment in accordance with health and safety requirements and liaise with the IT department for any software update required. Share CAD/CAM expertise and skills with relevant staff. To operate the CAD/CAM facilities within the department and process students' jobs and monitor the progress on a variety of CNC machines.
  • Assisting students. When needed, to assist students to use equipment and tools in various workshop situations. To follow the Departmental safety codes and ensure that students do the same. When appropriate, provide technical assistance for the production of student’s work outside of class times to avoid bottlenecks occurring within lessons. Assisting in the supervision of pupils on external visits. Assisting students in Formula 1, Robotics club, and other engineering-related competitions for pupils within school working hours.
  • Display and Presentation. To assist with the mounting of exhibitions and displays.
  • Role Model. To act as a “role model” when working in the workshop and classroom areas. Making sure safety rules are followed and personal protective equipment is worn where appropriate. Making sure correct working practices are followed and work is always finished to the highest, appropriate, standards.
  • Other reasonable technical tasks as may be directed by the Head of the Technology Department.

Pastoral:

  • To actively support a consistent approach to implementing the School Guiding Statements
  • To implement one’s professional duty of care by following school policies and procedures regarding student behaviour and discipline at all times, including classes, assigned duties, at break times and any other interactions with IAA students
  • To understand that student safety is always paramount
  • To understand and practice vigilant student safeguarding and duty of care
  • Assist in planning and implement strategies that encourage student self-discipline, reinforce appropriate behaviour and manage disruptive behaviour
  • To take an interest in children’s achievements both in and out of school.
  • To respond sensitively when dealing with children, ensuring that any concern they bring will be dealt with professionally and promptly

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Required:

  • Experience working with software such as CAD/CAM Google Sketch up, Fusion 360 and similar software
  • Ability to operate workshop tools and machines, as well as CNC routers laser cutters 3D printers, and other DT equipment and machinery as needed
  • Good communication skills in written and spoken English and Arabic 
  • Good interpersonal skills when interacting with students, parents and staff
  • Demonstrate interest in working with young children
  • Ability to supervise students in non-classroom settings
  • Ability to work independently and within a team
  • Police clearance to work with children and in schools
  • Completion of a high school diploma as recognised by the Jordanian Ministry of Education.

Preferred:

  • Degree in engineering or similar background & experience  
  • Experience in working with young children in a similar setting

2-  School Counsellor

Department:

Secondary /Primary School

Reports to:

Principal

Accountable for:
Supporting students with personal, family or social concerns that may affect their lives at school.

Promoting a structured program of social emotional development and well-being for all students in collaboration with teachers, school administrators and parents.

Academic Year:

2019/2020

* Approved by Principals and Director, December 2019

Professionalism

All staff are expected to demonstrate professionalism by following the guidelines in the IAA Code of Conduct, which is signed annually by each staff member, the Policy manual, and the employment contract.  The standards in these documents include but are not limited to:

  • Upholding the professional standards of IAA in work and in community relationships.
  • Observing confidentiality regarding all matters relating to employment with the IAA both within the school, as appropriate, and outside of the school
  • Upholding all IAA policies and procedures
  • Publicly supporting the school and neither organising nor participating in any activities that could bring the reputation of IAA into disrepute
  • Communicating effectively and appropriately with the school community, both orally and in writing. 
  • Responding to communications in a timely manner
  • Maintaining open and appropriate channels of communication with parents regarding student progress
  • Meeting deadlines and keeping records
  • Participating in school events such as parent conferences and professional training that may occur outside of normally contracted working hours

Job Specification:

  • Counsel students individually and in small groups; or facilitate class sessions.
  • Help students understand academic, social, behavioural and personal problems and to provide them with life skills to enhance personal, social and academic growth.
  • To maintain focus on student social – emotional issues and refer non emergent issues involving other stakeholders to outside agencies.
  • Developing and maintaining support from local professionals and agencies when necessary.
  • Build rapport with students, staff and families and show interest in students’ lives.
  • Ensure appropriate confidentiality with regards to records and disclosures.
  • Observe students during classroom and social activities as needed.
  • Advise teachers, administrators and parents regarding students’ strengths, challenges or special needs and within the limits of confidentiality.
  • Assist with the admissions, testing and orientation process for new students as directed by the principals. 
  • Lead and coordinate class placement process (Primary)
  • Oversee rewards systems including student council as needed (Primary)
  • Lead peer mentoring/mediation programs.
  • Provide training to faculty and parents on social-emotional issues as needed.
  • Make every effort to integrate all students into one community irrespective of national or cultural differences.
  • Develop a yearly plan of action to be approved by the Principal, which delineates proposed activities, projects and services to be provided to develop student social-emotional development.
  • Lead & coordinate with teachers to incorporate elements of social-emotional development within the curriculum and extracurricular activities. Support teachers in the delivery of activities and objectives.
  • Delineate and share key information with the Principal regarding individual cases that may affect the well-being of stakeholders. 
  • Undertake any professional duty as required by senior management, especially in times of emergency, and understand that these events do particularly occur in an international setting, where staffing and material resources may be limited

Pastoral

  • To actively support a consistent approach to implementing the School Guiding Statements
  • To implement one’s professional duty of care by ensuring student safety at all times.
  • To understand that student safety is at all times paramount
  • To understand and practice  vigilant student safeguarding and duty of care
  • Plan and implement strategies that encourage student self-discipline, reinforce appropriate behaviour and manage disruptive behaviour
  • To celebrate children’s achievements both in and out of school
  • To respond sensitively when dealing with children, ensuring that any concern they bring will be dealt with professionally and promptly

Professional development

  • To participate in the school’s self-evaluation procedures, providing constructive feedback as required
  • To participate fully in the school’s Staff Development Network by engaging in activities including but not limited to action research, in-service training, lesson observations, professional writing and curriculum development
  • To actively participate in staff  initiatives and meetings
  • Promote good working relationships with others through active leadership and the sharing of ideas, materials and expertise
  • To reflect on one’s practice and be open to professional feedback from colleagues
  • To keep up-to-date with developments in the profession.

Learning environment

  • To look for opportunities to extend learning beyond the confines of the classroom
  • To responsibly manage and maintain effective use of equipment and learning resources and ensure their return in a timely manner

Qualifications and Skills:

Required:

  • Master’s degree and/or certification in School Counselling from a recognized institution or Board.
  • Minimum two years’ experience in school counselling
  • Police clearance to work with children and in schools
  • Strong communication skills in the language/s of instruction
  • Good interpersonal skills in interacting with students, parents and staff
  • Ability to supervise students in non-classroom settings
  • Ability to work independently and within a team

Preferred:

  • Certification in teaching from a recognised institution and/or Board and/or 2-3 years teaching experience
  • Experience in an internationally accredited school or national/state school in an English-speaking country
  • Ability to communicate in Arabic and/or demonstrated understanding of Arab cultures
  • Certified or licensed to conduct specific educational tests and screenings for learning and/or behavioural issues

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