Work With Us

6 Hau Yuen Path, Braemar Hill, North Point, Hong Kong

Tel: 2566 4242
Fax: 2887 9849
E-mail: recruitment@qbs.edu.hk
Doris Wong (Finance/HR Officer) Tel: 2566 4457

Principal: Ms. Sue Yee.

Quarry Bay School (QBS) is a 4 form entry Primary School within the English Schools Foundation (ESF) in Hong Kong. QBS follows the IB PYP Curriculum providing an outstanding education to 720 students representing a diverse range of nationalities.

Standards and expectations at QBS are high. The curriculum offered is aligned to the International Baccalaureate’s Primary Years Programme philosophy and framework. This involves an inquiry-based, investigative style of teaching and learning alongside a balanced delivery of core skills in literacy and numeracy.
The teaching staff are well qualified, experienced and work closely with colleagues within QBS and across other ESF schools. Staff-pupil relationships are excellent and are based on a strong sense of mutual respect.
Central to the life of the school, is a positive community spirit and the strong partnerships with parents. Parents are viewed as partners in school life at QBS.

Current positions, if we have any, will be listed below.

Full Time Cleaner

Quarry Bay School is looking for a cleaner. The Cleaner’s primary responsibility is to ensure the building and grounds of the school are in a safe and clean condition. 

職責

  • 包括校內清潔工作,及一切相關雜務

  • 平均每週工作39小時, 每年15天有薪假期, 醫療及牙科福利

資歷

  • 具相關經驗者可獲優先考慮 

  • 勤奮、具服從及責任心,良好的團隊合作精神

申請者必須為香港永久居民或持有效香港工作簽証。

有意求職者請傳真個人履歷至 Fax: 2887 9849

For enquiries, please contact Doris Wong at +852 2566 4242 

Learning Support Teacher - Learning Diversity & Inclusion

Quarry Bay School is seeking to appoint a full-time Learning Support Teacher from August 2024. This role is highly collaborative so we are looking for an experienced, well-qualified, knowledgeable and enthusiastic practitioner with a strong understanding and commitment to inclusive education and supporting students with diverse needs within the primary years.

This is a non-class based role where the successful candidate will develop differentiated inclusion for students across all year levels. The role predominantly involves supporting students at level of adjustment (LOA) 3-4 and being responsible for their provision, including liaison with class teacher, parents and external
professionals. In addition, the Learning Support Teacher also works collaboratively with class teachers and in close conjunction with the Head of Learning Diversity and Inclusion to support students at LOA 1-2.
The ability to fully understand complex needs and differentiate learning experiences for students is highly important in this role. 

Experience of working with external professionals in order to implement recommendations for students within the school context is essential.

The Learning Support Teacher must:
● be a champion for inclusion for all;
● an outstanding practitioner in both class and non-class based contexts with experience in working with students who have learning diversity;
● be highly visible and actively involved in the school;
● be highly independent with resourceful approaches to planning for provision and possess initiative
● demonstrate strong knowledge of neurodiversity and how to support learners in the classroom or through individualised support (specialist qualifications are desirable but not essential);
● demonstrate excellent classroom management;
● demonstrate a commitment to high standards as well as developing great relationships with all
stakeholders

Requirements
● Bachelor Degree in Education, or
● Bachelor Degree in any subjects with PGCE (Postgraduate Certificate of Education), or equivalent

Teaching qualification
● Relevant teaching experience within a recognised educational organisation

Closing Date: 6 March 2024
For enquiries, please contact Sue Yee or Sarah Gorman at +852 25664242 or sue.yee@qbs.edu.hk, sarah.gorman@qbs.edu.hk


Please visit the ESF “Career” page for applications and for more ESF vacancies.


ESF is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

Personal data provided by job applicants will be used strictly in accordance with the English Schools Foundation’s Personal Data Policy, a copy of which will be provided immediately upon request.
Website: http://www.esf.edu.hk