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Job Openings

We invite highly passionate individuals who share the dream for our girls to join us as:

Teaching Positions

Relief Teachers for the following subjects


  1. Lower Secondary Science
  2. History

The Relief Teacher will assist the respective Head of Department/Assistant Head to carry out the following duties:

  • Prepare lessons according to the department's requirements
  • Apply pedagogy which is aligned with that of the school/department
  • Set and mark assignments/tests of your classes
  • Track and monitor pupils' performance and if necessary conduct remedial lessons 
  • Communicate with parents of the pupil with regard to behaviour in school, academic  performance or any intervention that is necessary for the well-being of the pupil

Job Requirements
  • A good Bachelor Degree in the relevant discipline with a Post-Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)
  • Enjoy teaching the age group of students from 13 to 18 years old
  • Strong content mastery
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills


Non-Teaching Positions

Executive, Research (One Year Contract)


You will work closely with the teachers in the Centre for Pedagogical Research & Learning team; be responsible for quality research output in the school and provide administrative support to the Centre as a hub for research, consultancy and professional development.

Your job responsibilities are to:
  • Be abreast with educational issues and maintain up-to-date knowledge of educational trends
  • Conduct skills-build up sessions for students and provide support to research studies projects
  • Present and/or publish findings at conferences, workshops and publications
  • Steer Practitioner Inquiry through call for proposals, monitoring of project progress as well as provide research advice for teachers
  • Co-ordinate research activities e.g. protocol submission and logistics
  • Engage in research such as research design and data collection, including classroom observations, recording and interviews
  • Assist in data transcription and analysis using appropriate software
  • Undertake administrative tasks like minutes-taking, proof-reading and copy-editing of in-house publication, Insights, administrative support for events and updating content on the PeRL website

Requirements
  • Minimum Bachelor's Degree
  • Strong analytical skill and familiarity with research methodologies
  • Excellent command of the English language, with strong writing and editing skills
  • Good interpersonal skills, independent worker and team player

Officer, Information Technology (One Year Contract)


You will report to the Assistant Manager, Information Technology in the following areas:

Information Technology and Information Management
  • Review and make recommendations based on school's needs
  • Confirm project requirements by understanding the objective, input and output requirements provided by the school and/or supervisor
  • Design and create SQL Server databases as per school requirements
  • Develop custom web applications based on school requirements
  • Perform routine maintenance of existing web and database applications
  • Review and upgrade systems to address any AFI, coordinate with vendor if under vendor maintenance agreement
  • Maintain technical documentation of in-house applications
  • Create online custom lists, forms and surveys for data gathering
  • Provide support to end-users

Education
  • Assist in educating staff and students on the school's IT system and Standard Operating Procedures so that staff and students know their responsibilities as an information provider and user
  • Create user guides and instructional videos as part of IT Educational Programme
  • Conduct training on a needs basis

Data Mining and Analysis
  • Assist in data preparation (for SEM, BOG, Founder's Day etc. Reports)
  • Analyse key surveys (internal and external, e.g. SCS, QSE, SBGE, TRES, NE) and academic results (e.g. GCE 'A' and 'O' Levels, RPMS)

Requirements
  • Qualifications: Minimum Diploma
  • Technical Skills: VB.NET, ASP.NET, SQL, HTML/XHTML, CSS, C#
  • Behavioural Skills: Effective communication, independent worker with good interpersonal skills
  • Language Skills: Strong in verbal and written English
  • Experience: Minimum 1-year working experience in web programming and working with relational database systems (SQL) and VB.NET, ASP.NET, HTML/XHTML and CSS

Executive, Partnerships & Community Relations


You will report to the Director, Communications & Partnerships in the following areas:

  • Assist in developing policies and sustainable strategies for partner engagement and relationship building with various stakeholders
  • Plan, implement and review partnership engagement efforts
  • Coordinate opportunities for voluntary support
  • Establish and maintain links with various stakeholder groups in support of the school's goal of building closer ties with strategic partner groups
  • Communicate regularly with corporate partners to foster sustainable relationships
  • Liaise and network with alumnae to support alumnae activities and meet school's needs
  • Plan and assist school in fundraising efforts

Requirements
  • Minimum of 2 years' relevant experience in Stakeholder Engagement and/or Development/Advancement work
  • Degree in Communications, Arts and Social Sciences or other related fields of study
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
  • Ease with using audio visual equipment
  • Team player, highly-motivated, meticulous, resourceful with good interpersonal skills
  • Result-oriented, analytical with strong organisational skills
  • Able to work on a number of projects and balance priorities
  • Strong in verbal and written communication

Assistant Manager/Senior Executive, Strategic Communications


You will work with the Director, Communications & Partnerships and the Communications & Partnerships team in supporting the school's communications, publicity and outreach efforts in accordance with the strategic plan for the school.

Your job responsibilities are:

  • Monitor the school's website including updating information and responding to enquiries
  • Monitor the school's social media platforms to provide a consistent, targeted and impactful message
  • Produce publicity and corporate collaterals, corporate and internal presentation slides, corporate photography and photo library and Yearbook
  • Maintain the school's corporate merchandise registry and source for new corporate merchandise when required
  • Develop internal communications protocol for staff, including updating the Corporate Communications Handbook, providing guidelines on use of collaterals, school letters etc to ensure a consistent brand image
  • Partner departments in organising events and projects by providing promotional material, public relations support, proofreading and editorial support and ensure that the corporate branding is consistent throughout
  • Manage photographers and videographers on shoots for events and collaterals

Requirements
  • Degree or Diploma in journalism, mass communications, marketing, humanities or related disciplines
  • At least 5 years of experience in media relations, journalism, in-house or agency communications, including handling of issues and crises
  • Excellent command of the English language, with strong writing and editing skills
  • Good interpersonal skills, independent worker and team player
 Be part of the dynamic, creative and innovative RGS teaching and learning experience. At the same time, build a meaningful and rewarding career with us. 
We offer a competitive and attractive salary package and benefits commensurate with experience.


Interested candidates, please send a detailed resume to:
The Human Resource Department
Email: rgs_hr@schools.gov.sg
(Only shortlisted candidates will be notified)