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

Teaching Positions

Be part of a team that learns and grows together, designs forward-looking curriculum, and boldly explores approaches for nurturing high-ability learners,

Join us, for a unique opportunity to hone the craft of teaching and to be part of a school environment that values and promotes professional learning. Our students are creative, self-disciplined and motivated, and we invite you to join us in nurturing them as thinkers, leaders and pioneers of the future

Full-time Teacher for the following subject

  1. English Language & Literature

We are looking for candidates with the following attributes:  

    • Possesses at least a Bachelor's Degree from a recognized university with relevant teaching subject(s)
    • Believes first of all in nurturing the child as a whole person, and who have a strong belief in every student’s ability and motivation to learn;
    • Possesses a broad and deep knowledge of their discipline and an openness to explore connections across disciplines.  Our curriculum is developed in a constructive context that encourages students to make connections across the disciplines. 
    • Believes the teacher is a model, mentor, and coach in the creation of a learning environment that challenges students in learning, inquiry and leadership; and
    • Is able to work well, whether in a team or individual setting
 Co-Curriculum Activities Teacher (CCAT)
Roles and responsibilities

Teachers-in-charge of co-curricular activities (CCA) play an important role in managing the CCA in a school. Your main responsibilities as a CCA teacher are:

    • To collaborate with other teachers IC of CCA and the coach/ instructor in delivery of the CCA Programme to achieve CCA objectives
    • To monitor students’ participation
    • To assist in coordinating CCA resources for effective CCA delivery and ensure that CCA attendance are submitted on time and with accuracy 

    • Good team player with strong communication and interpersonal skills
    • Able to commit to the entire 10 weeks contract duration
    • Prior teaching experience or experience working on youth programmes is an advantage

Contract duration
You are required to commit 3 days a week from 3.00pm to 6.15pm for at least 24 sessions during 10 weeks contract appointment. 
 Relief Teachers for the following subjects

  1. English Language & Literature
  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 Position

Executive, Research

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

    • 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

Assistant/Officer, Library 

The incumbent will be responsible in supporting the IT team on the following and not limited to:

    • Ensure efficient processing and circulation of materials/resources, including renewing and returning, charging, generation of reports and OPAC Web enquiry. This includes withdrawing, repairing or reconditioning library materials.
    • Shelve library materials and shelf-read proficiently and in accordance with the standards of the RGS Library. This includes processing new materials and ensuring they are on the shelves as soon as possible.
    • Collaborate in library management processes such as weeding and stock-taking.
    • Be responsible for library housekeeping, including tidying and straightening of library materials and maintaining clear and accurate shelf signages, to keep the library neat and conducive.
    • Manage library email accounts and user accounts, including follow-up on overdue/damaged/lost books and updating user accounts.
    • Prepare monthly and termly administrative reports such as on library usage, loan statistics, reference enquiries and library activities/programmes.
    • Provide logistics, administrative, procurement and finance-related support to the department
    • Provide support for the management of suppliers and vendors 
    • Pull resources for book displays and reservations, maintain library displays and assist with collection promotion initiatives
    • Assist library users with directional questions, ready reference questions, reader advisory, and other library tools or refer user to the appropriate personnel.
    • Assist in the creation and promotion of online resources and/or promotional materials activities in accordance with Manager’s advocacy plans
    • Assist in co-ordination of library workshops and programmes.
    • Catalogue and accession materials as needed under the guidance and supervision of Manager.
    • Ensure that the established behavioural standards are always observed by the library users. 
    • Undertake any other duties as assigned by Manager.

                            • Minimum GCE ‘’O’ level qualifications or its equivalent
                            • At least 2 years’ relevant experience 
                            • Possesses computer literacy and proficiency in Google Suite or Microsoft Office applications. E.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc
                            • Meticulous with excellent attention to details
                            • Possesses physical strength and ability to operate library equipment properly and efficiently
                            • Strong communication skills (both written and oral)
                            • Strong customer service and interpersonal skills to supervise and manage student and other library user behaviour in an approachable, patient and tactful manner
                            • A proactive team player who can work independently
                            • Preferably trained in the use of Spydus Library Automation System 
                            • Previous experience in a school library environment would be an added advantage

                            IT Support Assistant (1 Year Temp Contract)

                            The incumbent will be responsible in supporting the IT team on the following and not limited to:

                              • Daily Check of Backup job (monitoring)
                              • Weekly Physical check of Server Rooms
                              • Timely renewal on Teaching & Learning application Licenses
                              • Daily support on staff and students devices
                              • Creating case ticket to escalate to vendors
                              • Assist IT team members on Windows server updates and timely renewal of server certificates
                              • AV support as and when required

                              • Minimum Nitec in any IT related discipline or equivalent
                              • IT support and troubleshooting experience will be advantageous
                              • Able to start immediately    

                             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)