Careers

Our ambition is for Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong to become an internationally recognised centre for excellence in teaching and learning. Our teachers are carefully selected from among the finest education professionals around the World, impressive individuals who are specifically chosen to be inspirational role models for their pupils, each of them an enthusiastic and determined life-long learner. Passionate about the education of their pupils, they fully commit themselves to the academic and extra-curricular programmes of the school.

As a teacher at Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong you will not only be part of a highly professional team in Hong Kong, but also a member of a larger teaching team in the family of Wycombe Abbey Schools in China. We intend to create exciting opportunities for career development within this family of schools and to fully support our teachers in their continuing professional development. Our teachers will be consistently challenged to provide the highest standards of classroom management and teaching practice. Above all, teaching at Wycombe Abbey School will be great fun.

Our team of teachers, secure in the knowledge that they are part of an elite team, will derive great professional satisfaction from knowing that they each play a significant role in perpetuating the success of one of the finest schools in the World. If you would like to find out if there might be a place for you on our team of World-class teachers at Wycombe Abbey Hong Kong, please do get in touch with us for an initial discussion. We would love to hear from you to discuss your experience of excellence in primary education.

Our current vacancies are listed here:

This position may expect to engage both STEAM-based classroom instruction and also supervise and lead the academic STEAM programming. The ideal candidate has certification and experience instructing in ICT and STEAM subject areas, experience working in a school and knowledge of areas such as computer programming or coding, computer science, and/or engineering.

The successful candidate will:

  • Instruct ICT and/or STEAM-based classes
  • Collaborate effectively with the other teachers, especially in ICT and STEAM subjects
  • Organise and lead ICT and STEAM programming and STEAM integration into the curriculum
  • Participate in and organise school-supported, ongoing professional development
  • Possess a Bachelor's degree required in education, ICT, science, engineering, or related field; master's degree or higher preferred.
  • Have at least 5 years of experience teaching classroom music at primary school level with English as the medium of instruction
  • Knowledge in science, engineering, computer science, coding/programming, and/or similar fields

The Head of Drama will be responsible for the delivery and direction, of all year group productions at the School.

The successful candidate will:

  • Exhibit dynamism, commitment, energy, professional expertise and experience to qualify them to take on this exciting and challenging role
  • Have the first-rate experience of drama and drama teaching
  • Be an excellent communicator, capable of giving effective and inspiring direction to pupils and colleagues and will fully understand the commitment required of all staff in this busy school
  • Promote the learning, love and excellence of Drama throughout the School, ensuring high levels of interest and achievement, particularly in senior school Scholarship Examinations
  • Support school events, performances, and other occasions positively

This is an exciting opportunity for a skilled, enthusiastic and ambitious teacher to set-up and develops the Music department.
The successful candidate will be:

  • A committed classroom practitioner, who is passionate about being a facilitator and enthusiastic about all areas of Performing
  • Able to create a stimulating and inspiring learning environment.
  • Possess a Degree in Music-related fields (e.g. Musicology, Music Education, Composition) and a related teacher certification Postgraduate Diploma in Education or equivalent
  • Have at least 5 years of experience teaching classroom music at primary school level with English as the medium of instruction
  • Have a portfolio as a performing artist or composer (not essential)
  • Working with other staff members in supporting the department in resource development, curriculumdevelopment/review and other departmental and school needs
  • Have a strong commitment and passion for education and the arts
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