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IBDP Coordinator

Nexus International School (Singapore) Pte Ltd

Core Main Teaching Role: Specialist / Subject Teacher

Candidates will be required to apply for the Teaching roles available on our website if he/she is keen to take up the responsibility role for the Sub Position: IB Diploma Coordinator. Candidates who did not apply for the Core Main Teaching role will not be considered for the responsibility role.



Links to: Head of Secondary School



Nexus is an empowering, learning-focused community. We strive to create an honest, open and innovative community with our learners, parents and peers. We believe that we have something unique and special here, we are proud to be different in the way we work; and how we teach and learn.



At Nexus, we do things differently.  Each member of staff is valued and recognised as a unique individual collaborating as part of a supportive community, to elevate one another with innovative ideas. Our strategies emerge from the collective positive mindsets of our colleagues.  You will experience high levels of ownership and empowerment in your role. 



The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) Coordinator works closely with IBDP teachers, the Careers and University Guidance Counsellor, PYP and MYP Coordinators and the Senior Leadership Team of the school to lead the pedagogical and administrative overview of the IB Diploma Programme. The position holder reports to the Head of Secondary.



  • Provide pedagogical leadership of the IB Diploma Programme

  • Disseminate communication from the IB

  • Coordinate with Learning Areas to ensure the programme is delivered in a timely and effective manner and that all Internal Assessment requirements are met

  • Ensure the Core components of the programme are delivered, resourced,supported and assessed  and submitted appropriately

  • Track learner progress throughout the programme and implement timely intervention to support learner success

  • Work alongside the Phase Leader to ensure the social and emotional needs of learners are being met

  • Work with Learning Support to ensure learners who are entitled to exam concessions are catered for

  • Work with the Examinations Officer to coordinate trial examinations and external examinations

  • Support the recruitment and induction of learners to the programme

  • Coordinate with the Careers and University Guidance Counsellor to support learners and track their University destinations

  • Work with the PYP and MYP coordinators to ensure the school meets with the standards and practices required for an IB World School

  • Involvement in whole school events and activities as required.

  • To perform any other duties as assigned by the management, stakeholders and reporting manager




The day starts by welcoming the IB learners to school and liaising with the tutors and Phase Leader for Years 12 and 13 to check which learners need support to make progress in CAS. After this I meet with a parent to discuss their child’s subject options for the Diploma. I then teach my Year 11 class and remind them about the importance of academic integrity and accurate citations. At break I check in with the new teacher librarian to make sure they have all they need to help with the launch of the Extended Essay and can help the learners access the reference materials they will need. 

After break I co teach with a new teacher to help them start the internal assessment with the learners.  I use my non-contact period before lunch to check in with our counsellor to make sure one of our vulnerable learners is accessing the support they need. After this I complete some documentation for the IB review.  At lunchtime I check in with my colleague from Learning Support to make sure the exam accommodations have been processed.  I use the afternoon to plan for upcoming trial examinations and then share the plan with the Learning Area Leaders to get their feedback. After school I join my department to collaborate and standardise the marking of our latest IA. I see the IB have released information on the modifications to the specifications, I read this and summarise it before sending it to colleagues. 



  • A degree plus teaching qualification (or equivalent)

  • Higher degree or recognised professional qualification (preferred)

  • Evidence of continued relevant professional development

  • A good understanding of the IB Diploma and Courses programmes

  • A strong appreciation of the ATL skills required to be a successful learner

  • Well developed organisational skills

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Good interpersonal skills 

  • Ability to present to large and small groups of adults and learners from diverse backgrounds

  • Ability to maintain accurate records and track progress

  • Ability to work under pressure and retain a sense of humour

  • Experience in teaching learners with diverse needs, especially those with English as a second language

  • Experience in an international school environment 

  • Experience of teaching the IB Diploma 

  • Curriculum leadership experience

Nexus International School (Singapore) is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our children and families. Nexus endorses the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which Singapore ratified on 11 December 2008, and establishes a clear policy and guidelines to protect our learners from maltreatment by any person or persons who come in contact with them in any environment.


Nexus International School (Singapore) is an equal opportunity employer. We respect and seek to empower each individual and value the diverse cultures, perspectives, skills and experiences within our school.


Whilst every effort has been made to explain the main duties and responsibilities, the role may be revised from time to time.

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