Our teaching team comprises both overseas and locally qualified educators adept at sparking every child’s natural curiosity to learn within a stimulating, friendly and nurturing environment.

Many of our teachers are involved in programmes to upgrade their qualifications in line with the requirements of the local ministry. In addition to this, Chiltern House provides a planned programme of in-service training to cater for changes in curriculum and teaching methodology. Besides enhancing teaching skills, our in-service training provides opportunities to further develop the culture of Chiltern House.

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If you would like to pursue courses in the fields of speech and drama, communication and presentation skills, and early childhood education, learn more about the programmes offered for adults in our Julia Gabriel School of Education.

If you are passionate about teaching children, we are always on the lookout for mature, energetic, fun-loving, creative and hardworking people. Contact our Human Resource Department at +603 2201 0799 to learn about our current vacancies or deposit your resume below.


  • Administrative Executive

    You will be part of the School Administration Team assisting the school leaders in the areas of finance, procurement, student services, and general administration. Preferably able to work from Tuesdays – Saturdays.

    Job Description
    – To assist the Admissions department and support approved enrolment plan to drive leads, school tours and registrations to achieve the yearly enrolment goals for the school.
    – To provide accurate information and guidance to prospective parents about the school and build a warm relationship with students and parents as our partners in line with our school’s values.
    – To assist in the school’s financial operations, including collection of finances, processing of payments and claims, and ensuring compliance with financial regulations.
    – To provide support in administering various IT systems in the school.

    Job Requirements
    – Preferably with at least 2 years of prior experience in customer service or the education industry. However, fresh graduates are also encouraged to apply.
    – Must be fluent in English, oral and written; proficiency in Mandarin is preferred.
    – Strong office management skills, with proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and comfortable with IT systems.
    – Strong interpersonal, organisation and communication skills, as well as the ability to work well in teams.
    – Possesses own transport.

  • Lead Preschool Teacher (Mandarin / English)

    The ideal candidate for this role should have a strong passion for educating young children and is comfortable working in an early childhood environment.

    Job Description
    – Conduct classroom session(s) for assigned level. Works hand-in-hand with the English / Mandarin Partner Teacher in regards to the children in their class.
    – Develop lesson plans for day-to-day teaching activities and establish learning objectives for the day based on curriculum plans and guidelines provided.
    – Participate in curriculum development if required.
    – Interact with children effectively and ensure their physical and emotional well-being are properly cared for.
    – Monitor, record and provide feedback of a child’s learning growth progress through classroom assessment, evaluation.
    – Ongoing engagement and communication with parents/guardians on child’s progress, issues, etc. through periodical updates to establish and maintain a good relationship.
    – Manage logistics planning for non-curriculum activities (e.g. field trips) and festive activities.
    – Guide and mentor Support Mandarin / English Teachers.
    – Support operational or external events as and when needed.
    – Attend mandatory trainings when needed.

    Job Requirements
    – Must possess relevant qualification in teaching and/or early childhood or its equivalent recognised by the Ministry of Education.
    – Strong Mandarin / English language proficiency.
    – Minimum 1 year of teaching experience in a preschool setting.
    – Good understanding of child development and learning needs with the ability to engage with children between the ages 1.5 – 6 years.
    – Skills required: Classroom management and lesson delivery, lesson planning, literacy and numeracy, drama and speech, logistic planning; good interpersonal, communication and presentation.
    – Working hours for the English Teacher position: 10:30am – 7:00pm, Monday – Friday.

  • Support English Teacher

    The ideal candidate for this role should have a strong passion for educating young children and is comfortable working in an early childhood environment.

    Job Description
    – Assist the Lead English Teacher in supporting lesson delivery and curriculum activities, such as the preparation (e.g. cutting resources)/setup of materials/equipment/portfolio and classroom management in various curriculum areas.
    – Supervise the class, and monitor the children alongside the Lead Teacher.
    – Provide inputs and support to teachers in preparing the developmental profile of children.
    – Attend a child’s basic needs (e.g. toileting, questions, etc.) during programmes/playtime/snacktime.
    – Maintain safety and emotional well-being of the children.
    – Function as a cover teacher in the absence of the Lead Teacher.
    – Support the manpower needs of the centre as and when needed.
    – Answer or relay basic curriculum related (e.g. purpose of activities) parent enquiries.
    – Provide administrative support for record-keeping, filing, distribution of circulars, newsletters, etc.
    – Attend mandatory trainings when needed.

    Job Requirements
    – Strong English language proficiency.
    – Proactive, creative and possesses a positive learning attitude.
    – Good interpersonal and communication skills.
    – Knowledge in basic first aid will be an added advantage.
    – Preferably equipped with skills in classroom setup, preparation and routine management.