Sector (s)

Education

Length/duration of opportunity

Full time

Job Scope

As PSP Facilitator 

  • Participate in training as PSP facilitators during August-September alongside the Leadership Development Team.
  • Work closely with the LD team and TFM Functions to set the culture and reach the PSP objectives, creating a professional, calm and positive atmosphere.
  • Monitor, support and develop Fellows during PSP. Translate design of the curriculum effectively and facilitate sessions at PSP.
  • Coach and support Fellows’ leadership development of their ways of working (autonomy, responsibility for each other, developing professional learning communities, drive, resilience) that will equip them during PSP and beyond into the Fellowship.
  • Work as a team to tailor and personalise support for Candidates/Fellows during PSP including drop-ins, small group sessions and working with external guests to deliver optional sessions.
  • During Kem SKORlah, PSP Facilitators will work as a member of a Kem SKORlah school, working with a School Director to facilitate Professional Learning Communities and support Fellows as reflective practitioners in the classroom through 1:1 coaching.

Leadership Development Officer

Work with the Regional LD team to deliver the TFM 2-year Fellowship in Regional location (TBD - dependent on MOE placement). Responsibilities include:

  • Managing a group of Fellows within a Professional Learning Community
  • Coaching Fellows in developing towards achieving the Student Vision through mid-and end-year conversations and monthly check-ins
  • Observing Fellows in the classroom and conducting debriefs to ensure pedagogical development
  • Coaching Fellows in analysing their own data and articulating their impact
  • Coaching Fellows in developing a project or initiative
  • Capturing Fellow development consistently through a Fellow Development tracker
  • Working together with the Regional Team to deliver the Fellowship program through weekly meetings and weekly check-ins with the Senior Leadership Development Officer
  • Organizing Regional Conferences with the Regional Team once a quarter
  • Plan and conduct workshops on best practices and for ongoing professional development
  • Establishing and maintaining positive relationships with school administration, school mentors, and various stakeholders
  • Analyzing data collected from Fellows with the Regional Team and providing input in improving the Fellowship program
  • Collaborating and sharing best practices with the Regional Team

Requirement

  • Aligned to TFM Core Values: Sense of Possibility, Excellence, Collaboration & Integrity 
  • Previous Coaching/mentoring - initial teacher development ideal 
  • Strong pedagogical practice in alignment to our student vision (2+ years classroom practice minimum)
  • Emotional intelligence including effective relationship building
  • Ability to manage a community of Fellows towards achieving collective and personal goals
  • Able to identify support and training needs
  • Ability to personalise support, collaborating with relevant stakeholders
  • Clear and confident, and emotionally engaging communicator
  • Excellent reasoning, problem-solving and process-based thinking skills – including responding to needs of Fellows and staff in the PSP environment
  • Experience and enthusiasm working with a team and creating a collegial atmosphere with Fellows
  • Proactive self-starter with the ability to manage multiple streams of work, and independently prioritise tasks
  • Highly adaptable and work effectively in an entrepreneurial, fast-paced, deadline-driven, collaborative and dynamic environment
  • Computer literacy skills, with proficiency in MS Word, PowerPoint, & Excel
  • Strong desire to learn new things and grow professionally
  • Passion for Teach For Malaysia’s mission and the education field
  • Computer literacy skills, with proficiency in MS Word, PowerPoint, & Excel
  • Strong desire to learn new things and grow professionally
  • Passion for Teach For Malaysia’s mission and the education field
  • Experience and enthusiasm working with a team and creating a collegial atmosphere with Fellows 
  • Proactive self-starter with the ability to manage multiple streams of work, and independently prioritise tasks
  • Highly adaptable and work effectively in an entrepreneurial, fast-paced, deadline-driven, collaborative and dynamic environment
  • Computer literacy skills, with proficiency in MS Word, PowerPoint, & Excel
  • Strong desire to learn new things and grow professionally
  • Passion for Teach For Malaysia’s mission and the education field

 

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