|Title||MS/HS French Teacher & CAS Coordinator|
|Department/Grade Level||Middle and High School|
|Subject||French + CAS|
|Work Days / Hours||Sunday - Thursday 7:30AM - 4PM|
|Position Start Date||01-08-2022|
The Creative, Activity and Service Coordinator reports to the DP Coordinator, and is responsible for the leadership and development of the CAS program at school providing dynamic and supportive leadership with the CAS program and fostering a positive environment for staff and students.
Is fully knowledgeable regarding the CAS program, program submissions and the evaluation of candidates as described in the CAS guide while paying special attention to
CAS advisors / supervisors duties and responsibilities
Ensures that all students are clearly informed regarding the aims and objectives set out by the IBO guide in order to fulfill the CAS requirements
Ensures that all students are supported, mentored and have feedback throughout the program while ensuring that the school administration and staff involved have a clear understanding of the rationale for CAS and support it as an integral part of the Diploma Programme.
Maintain consistent and meticulous CAS activities records following CAS guide requirements.
Keeps the DPC appraised of students’ progress in CAS
Identifies possible CAS projects and activities within and outside the school, and provide guidance to staff and students on suitability of CAS activities
Allows students to create their own activities appropriate to the overall objectives
Establish links with the local community, to give the students an insight into the society in which they live
Establish a broad CAS structure, giving the opportunity for each student to engage in varied, challenging and meaningful activities
Continually re-appraise the relevance of the overall range of CAS activities to the needs and interests of the changing student body
Master’s degree or higher, preferably with educational training in curriculum and instruction
Previous curriculum leadership experience with or in international schools, ideally those with an IB and US curriculum orientation. Experience with school accreditation.
Direct experience with IB PYP, MYP, and DP (as appropriate) and concept based; backwards by design curriculum design and development. Full understanding of best practices in all curricular areas
Full fluency in English. Knowledge of Arabic desired
Clear and concise writing ability; Good communication skills and able to make presentations comfortably
Good interpersonal skills to work with faculty and administration
Independent working habits; Ability to analyze and synthesize; Strong organizational skills; A positive, cooperative attitude; Creativity and resourcefulness