A well qualified and experienced specialist teacher is required to teach Science in Years 5 to 8. The post would suit someone with experience of teaching Science in Key Stages 2 & 3 or someone newly qualified with excellent references. The position is full time and the successful candidate will need to be in available from Thursday, 22nd August. Term begins for pupils on Tuesday, 3rd September.
The newly appointed teacher would work alongside the Head of Science in further enhancing standards and promoting interest in the subject. This is a particularly exciting time to join the school as a Science teacher as we shall shortly embark upon an ambitious building project incorporating three state of the art science labs. This new building is scheduled to open in September 2019. The ideal candidate will also be able to offer Maths as a second subject. Appropriate support and direction would be provided in this area by the Head of Maths. Whilst the focus for the role is Science, the precise balance of the timetable would very much depend upon the individual appointed as, like all good schools, we retain a degree of flexibility in how we manage and deploy our manpower and expertise.
Candidates must have British qualifications. They are expected to hold a Bachelor’s degree and a recognised teaching qualification. Prior experience in an international school setting is not essential. If you are considering working overseas for the first time, or even have a significant amount of international experience, then Kuwait might just provide you with an opportunity that changes your life for the good and forever. There is something magical about working at TES and Kuwait has a unique attraction which makes it difficult to leave.
The salary range is between £33,000 - £48,000 tax free depending on experience, further information about life in Kuwait and details of the generous remuneration package are here.
The Job Description is available here.
Interviews: Suitable candidates will be interviewed as soon as possible after an application is received. It is therefore in the interests of candidates to respond quickly in order to avoid disappointment.