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Career at Repton International School

Repton International School believes in the pursuit of academic excellence and providing a nurturing environment for the bright and talented students.

You might just be the passionate and motivated team member we are looking for. We welcome you to apply for the following:


  1. Junior School Teacher

Reporting to: Head of Department

Duties and responsibilities

Teaching and learning

  • Plan, prepare and deliver lessons across various year groups within the department and possibly teaching across more than one department as required by the school management.
  • Apply pedagogy to engage students in their learning.
  • Design assessments and provide timely feedback to facilitate student learning.
  • Monitor and maintain records of students’ academic progress and social development.
  • Provide regular constructive feedback to students on how they can improve and maximise their potential to the fullest.


  • Serve as a Form Teacher to support students in their affective needs and development.
  • Organise and co-ordinate co-curricular activities and/ or other student-related activities and events.
  • Work with stakeholders (e.g. parents) to meet the pastoral needs of students

Professional development

  • Participate in department meetings, school-wide training events and attend relevant training workshops as identified by the school.
  • Work with colleagues in the department to review curriculum, pedagogy and assessments

Personal qualities

  • Excellent class management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • A good team player

Education qualifications

  • A good University degree in the subject content area is required
  • Recognised teaching qualification such as PGCE


  • Minimum 4 years of teaching experience
  • Knowledge of the English National Curriculum is preferred


Repton International School is committed to the safeguarding and promotion of the welfare of all children and young people in our care. All staff have a key role and responsibility in this area.

Please email your detailed resume to hr@repton.edu.my

Candidates may also apply directly on TES website using the link below

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.



  1. Art Teacher

Reporting to: Head of Division (either Head of Junior School or [more likely] Head of Senior School), indirectly to Principal

Main purpose: To carry out the professional duties of an Art teacher, as circumstances may require and in accordance with the school’s policies, under the direction of the Principal.

Accountable day-to-day to: Subject Leader (Arts).

Start date: as soon as possible. A January 2022 start is much preferred and availability will explicitly be a factor considered in selecting between candidates. We will consider candidates only able to start in April 2022 or August 2022 but will favour candidates who can start in January or sooner.

Duties and responsibilities

Teaching and learning

  • To plan, prepare and deliver lesson activities for pupils according to the school’s curriculum policy, which ensures progression, pace, and challenge, and which makes appropriate educational provision for all pupils
  • To have knowledge of, and keep up to date with, current pedagogy, including the requirements of pubic examinations (IGCSE, A Level, IB) and the English National Curriculum at all ages from EYFS upwards (the taught age range is 3-18 but the majority of classes span KS2 to KS4)
  • To maintain a positive and inspiring working environment for effective learning, including resources and the pupils’ work
  • To make effective and meaningful use of ICT to promote teaching and learning
  • To be aware of current Health and Safety regulations relevant to the subject

Assessment and Recording

  • To assess and monitor systematically the progress of each pupil within your classes.
  • To mark, record, and monitor work, providing constructive feedback and setting meaningful targets for future progress in order to inform planning
  • To provide reports of attainment on individual pupils to the Principal, school management team, and parents as necessary
  • To be familiar with the policy for identification, assessment, and support of children with special educational needs
  • To contribute to reports on the personal and social needs of pupils, as required
  • To ensure that other adults involved with the children, such as learning support and EAL are communicated with effectively as necessary

All school staff is expected to:

  • Work towards and support the school vision and the current school objectives outlined in the school development plan. To support the Principal and Senior Management in the pursuit of these objectives at all times but to challenge constructively when warranted
  • Support and uphold the school's values of wholeness, truth, excellence, and respect
  • Set high expectations of behaviour, establishing and maintaining good discipline and control of pupils in accordance with school policy.
  • Act as a role model to pupils in all actions and behaviour.
  • Contribute to the broader life of the school by supporting and leading curricular and extra-curricular events.
  • Work effectively as part of a team but also to be able to show initiative and independence in their areas of influence.
  • Raise concerns about individual children or school practice, when necessary, for the better performance of the educational process
  • Support and contribute to the school’s responsibility for safeguarding pupils.
  • Work within the school’s health and safety policy to ensure a safe working environment for staff, pupils, and visitors.
  • Promote equality of opportunity for all pupils and staff, both current and prospective.
  • Maintain high professional standards of attendance, punctuality, appearance, conduct, and positive, courteous relations with pupils, parents and colleagues.
  • Engage actively in the school’s appraisal process.
  • Participate in professional learning programmes and activities such as parents' meetings or open days so as to help maintain and improve the ethos and performance of the whole school for the benefit of its pupils.
  • Adhere to policies as set out in the school’s policies and procedures
  • Contribute to the positive promotion and marketing of the school in the local and wider community.
  • As with any member of educational staff, undertake any other duties as directed by the Principal or members of the Senior Management Team from time to time.


  • Teach art to pupils aged 3 to 18
    • including courses in GCSE, A level, and IBDP as directed;
    • including EYFS and KS1 work both closely supported by Key Stage Leaders in those age groups (it is recognised that an Art specialist is likely to be more accustomed to Secondary; we have an extensive set of Art lesson plans for the youngest children and specialists are supported at this end.)
  • Support pupils through both the curriculum and additional opportunities to achieve their best possible grade for Art, making excellent progress beyond expectations.
  • To liaise effectively and build integrated programmes within the Arts team (with DT, Music, Drama), with pupil- and parent-led bodies with an art connection.
  • To play a key role in promoting the school through interface with the Marketing team, as directed and overseen by the Principal.
  • Have the highest aspirations and expectations regards the quality of pupils’ Artwork.
  • Contribute to the ongoing development of the curriculum and a wide range of continuous extra-curricular Art opportunities.
  • Lead the staff on whole school display standards to ensure an attractive, informative, and engaging learning environment at all age groups.
  • Monitor implementation of the School’s Display Policy and provide staff training as required.

Please email your detailed resume and filled-out Employment Application Form to hr@repton.edu.my

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.


Job Scope for University Guidance Counselling Head

The position will require the candidate to setup the University Guidance Counselling unit in a school context. The specific functions of this University Guidance Counselling unit is to:

  • Lead and manage University Guidance Counselling
  • Establish partnerships with Universities in Singapore, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand to provide progression pathways for our VHS student.
  • Negotiate placement agreements with selected partner universities for students
  • Keep up to date with the policies and be well acquainted with the application procedures and dates at each university.
  • Develop a structured holistic university guidance counselling programme
  • Provide advice on career guidance and university admission opportunities.
  • Coordinate the organisation of regular university admission activities that include workshops and training sessions.
  • Produce information on university admission and placement opportunities at universities including a database on universities in Singapore, US, UK, Australia and New Zealand
  • Assist students in university applications to good universities
  • Liaising with universities in relation to students’ application, and developing relations and understanding with these universities
  • Provide advice and guidance to colleagues involved in supporting student with the university application process
  • Maintain a database on students’ final progression destinations


  • Professional qualification in Career & Guidance Counselling or related (essential)
  • Able to communicate in both English and Mandarin
  • Minimum of five years of work experience as a University Guidance Counsellor in a tertiary institution
  • Detail-oriented with excellent time-management skills.
  • Supervisory management experience
  • Customer service orientation
  • Confident interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Perceptive intuition and decision-making skills.
  • Remarkable professionalism and solid work ethic.
  • Intermediate IT skills.

Please email your detailed resume to hr@repton.edu.my

Candidates may also apply directly on TES website using the link below

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.


HR Executive (Payroll & Tax)

Diploma/Degree from a recognized University with a minimum 3 year of experience in HR/Finance. Must be computer literate, good command of spoken and written English. Experience in handling monthly payroll and statutory payments. Must have good interpersonal skills, be a team player, resourceful and work independently.

Interested candidates are required to send their resumes to hr@repton.edu.my, latest by 10th January 2022.  Immediate starters are encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.