Inclusive Teacher at School of the Nations, Macau

School of the Nations, Macau

Inclusive Teacher

Full-Time in Taipa, MO - K-12
  • Assisting full-time inclusive students in a classroom environment or in pull-out sessions across all academic subjects
  • Organizing specialized educational learning resources and writing IEPs and PEAs
  • Contributing to the advancement of the Inclusive and Special Education sections and related programs
  • Working with staff to identify individual student needs and fostering a safe, stimulating, and supportive learning environment
  • Liaising with outside professionals as necessary
  • Adapting conventional teaching methods to meet the needs of individual students in a manner that helps develop and foster the appropriate skills and social abilities to enable the optimum development of children, according to age, ability and aptitude
  • Meeting requirements for the assessment and recording of pupils development

Inclusive section

We follow the Inclusive model of education and closely support over twenty-five K-12 students who have special educational needs, such as dyslexia and challenges with memory or attention. Four resource teachers use a range of methods to ensure that our inclusive students can follow the mainstream learning lessons. Because we move teachers internall to where they are most suitable, successful candidates for this position can have a concentration in Kindergarten, Primary, or Secondary.

Working Hours & Schedule

Teachers have 36 working hours per week, which is comprised of up to twenty 45-minute teaching periods, various responsibilities, and some planning time.

There are about 30 days of Macau and school holidays throughout the year which includes both Winter and Chinese Spring Festival breaks, plus about 60 days of summer holidays. Monthly working Saturdays—which often foster community engagement and extension activities—allow us to lengthen our holidays while still meeting contact day requirements.

Compensation & Benefits

The annual base salary, including housing allowance, is approximately US$44,000, after-tax. This does not include the annual travel allowance, new year’s bonus, pension contributions, and a yearly re-enlistment bonus which is equivalent to one month’s salary. Furthermore, the government of Macau generously provides a teacher’s professional development subsidy of at least US$600 per month. Taken together, the after-tax total compensation that teachers receive is roughly US$62,000.

Benefits include local healthcare coverage, half tuition for up to two dependents to enroll in the school, assistance in finding an apartment including a one-week hotel stay, and an interest-free salary advance to assist with upfront housing costs if needed.


A Bachelors, Masters, or PGCE in either Kindergarten, Primary, or Secondary teaching—which included a teaching practicum and came with a teaching qualification.

Fluency in English, which is the medium of instruction.