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Work at SNA


How to become SNA Educators


  • BA/BSc degree holder, MA/MSc/MBA degree preferable
  • Teaching certificate or teaching credential in the subject or grade to be taught (PGCE, PGDip., etc.)
  • A minimum of two year of full-time teaching experience, prefer candidates with international experience
  • IB experience is desirable


* Candidate must provide evidence clean criminal record/background checks in their country of origin and all countries that they have worked in.


Professional Qualities:

Employees must conduct themselves with highest degree of ethics and professionalism:

  • Be a role model to students and fellow staff alike
  • Have an open attitude towards learning new thing
  • Familiar with using technology in learning and teaching
  • Conduct yourself as a person with good will
  • Accepts responsibility
  • School comes first
  • Professional appearance
  • Committed to the students
  • Positive role models


Personal Qualities:

  • Be reliable, trustworthy and loyal
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Good communication skills both orally and in writing
  • Reliability and integrity
  • Awareness and sensitivity to Asian culture


If you are interested in any future teaching vacancy, please send your information to

  • Letter of application;
  • Up-to-date CV;
  • Certified and legalized copy of University degree;
  • Certified and legalized copies of teaching certificate;
  • Legalized of police check;
  • Letters of recommendation from current and/or former employer;
  • Health check-up report attesting to the good health of candidate.


We will keep your details on file for one year and contact you should a suitable vacancy arise.


  • Promote life-long learning and teaching
  • Further develop skills as effective teachers
  • Raise awareness towards a deeper understanding of teaching and learning
  • Keep abreast of international mindedness of teaching and learning
  • Create a productive and positive school culture
  • Encourage networking between colleagues in like-minded schools

Professional Development | Training

SNA encourages staff members to participate in staff development opportunities, including graduate level education courses, subject specific workshops, and IB training workshops (*SNA is a candidate school for the IBDP). SNA provides financial support for professional development opportunities of its professional staff members. SNA recognizes that staff professional development may take a variety of forms: externally and internally provided courses, workshops or conferences, staff development day activities, professional reading, targeted classroom observations, visits to other schools and sharing ideas and best practices with colleagues, and using appropriate networks and forums.

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