Education Related Vacancy
NIST employs more than 500 faculty and staff, including teachers, administrators, learning coaches, support staff, nurses, counsellors and health specialists, and transport, food service and maintenance staff.
Our academic assistant/teacher assistant/support coaches/sports coaches are responsible for instructional assistance of a technical or professional nature to a member of the faculty and to students under the direction and final responsibility of that faculty member. The duties of the academic assistant may include student conferences, supervision of voluntary or informal review or discussion sessions, evaluation of student work, classroom or laboratory assistance under the direct supervision of a faculty member in charge of the class or section, and similar duties of a professional nature. Whereas, sports coaches work under the direction of Director of Athletics and Activities to promote and motivate students they work with to enhance their sporting skills. They use their professional skill to analyze individual and team performance, and provide training to improve sporting results and output.
As a community of lifelong learners, we are committed to growth and development. NIST provides a robust professional learning & development programme for every staff member.
Safeguarding and child protection are NIST’s top priorities. Driven primarily by our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, we foster an environment where everyone feels safe, secure and supported.
We believe that safeguarding and child protection are the responsibility of every member of our community. We believe that children have a right to life free from harm or abuse. We expect everyone who works with students to support their safety and to promote their development and wellbeing.
As part of our recruitment process, all new employees are subject to rigorous background, qualification, and employment checks including the verification of references.