Working for the British Council offers you a unique opportunity to gain experience and develop skills in international cultural and educational relations.
You will be part of a modern, rapidly changing organisation with worldwide influence and impact. British Council Singapore offers you a scope for versatility, initiative and creativity in a stimulating and supportive environment.
You will be encouraged to pursue your personal and professional development via training and on-the-job-coaching.
As the United Kingdom's principal cultural relations organisation we are strongly committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity, which means that we want all kinds of people to participate in our programmes independent of race, gender or ability.
As we develop relationships with people from a wide range of backgrounds through our work, engaging positively with diversity is central to what we do and in line with our core values.
We are recruiting for a highly motivated and well qualified EFL teacher to join our professional team in Singapore. You need to have a undergraduate degree (any discipline), have 2 years post-certificate (i.e. CELTA/Trinity cert TESOL/PGCE) experience gained through teaching a variety of levels and age groups.
We are currently not actively hiring but if you are interested in teaching with the British Council in Singapore, please submit an online application. You may check back at this link periodically for an update on your application status.
We are recruiting for a motivated and qualified Professional Trainer to join our team with the Professional Development Centre. You need to have an undergraduate degree, a Cambridge CELTA /Trinity CertTESOL or relevant recognised training qualification and also have more than 4 years of relevant post qualification work experience.
This post has a rolling application deadline. We welcome applications all year round.
In line with our values, every staff member of the British Council is required to display the following behaviours:
- Creating shared
- Making it
- Shaping the
I gain the active support of other people so they are fully engaged and motivated to contribute effectively. I do this by communicating our purpose in a way that others can understand and that achieves shared clarity. I help them understand the part they play, so that our aims are clear to all.
I find common ground and build relationships and connections to support British Council goals. I do this by building trust with others, by paying attention to their concerns and needs, and showing that I understand their interests. I achieve understanding and trust in a culturally sensitive way - whatever my role.
Knowing that we will achieve more with other people than we can do separately, by sharing goals and resources to add more value. I work towards common goals with others. I do this by agreeing effective and respectful ways of sharing success. I generate mutual support, shared benefits and promote interdependence.
I show accountability and commitment to the British Council and I demonstrate resilience and determination. I hold myself and others responsible for delivering goals in line with the shared purpose of the British Council. I give and accept constructive feedback to maximise high performance and manage under-performance.
I deliver excellent results, achieve challenging goals and develop myself and others. I do this by setting clear and demanding objectives to deliver what is required. I stay focused on measurable outcomes, while building longer-term capability. I demonstrate standards of excellence and deliver value for money. I measure progress and adapt plans when necessary.
I achieve better business, innovation and growth by using my professionalism, knowledge and expertise to create a clear focus on what I want to achieve. I spot opportunities, plan appropriately and create innovative solutions that recognise ambiguity and deliver business benefit.
Find out more about our British Council Behaviours