primary year 2 teacher - dhahran

29 November 2018
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Primary Year 2 Teacher - Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, January 2019

Region: Middle East

Experience Required: 2 years

Curriculum: UK

Sponsorship: Single teachers

Salary: 8000 - 9000SAR per month depending on experience and qualifications

Contract: 2 years renewable

This new international School is an English medium, K - 12 private International School in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia opening in August 2018. It is part of a wider schools group that has schools in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain and are internationally recognised for achieving some of the highest student results in AusVELS, IGCSE and A-Levels examinations and also have an excellent array of co-curricular activities and achievements to its name.

These schools offer:

* Academic excellence with strong pastoral care.
* Supported learning programmes - Learning Support, Mainstream Dependency and English as an Additional Language.
* Excellent, internationally experienced, qualified teachers.
* Child-centred and play-based Early Childhood Programmes.
* Early integration of technology into the learning process.
*Specialist programme with dedicated specialist teachers.
* Dedicated special needs department.

Location: Dhahran is on old port city in Eastern Saudi Arabia - a short 32km from Bahrain. It is also right beside Al Khobar and Dammam and the three cities make up the major administrative area for the Saudi oil industry. There are a number of large western compounds in this area, with the largest spanning 58km squared, providing for a thriving expat community and western lifestyle.

Requirements: You should be a qualified teacher with a minimum of three years post qualifying experience. You should have a passion for your subject. You need to be adaptable and flexible and have a positive approach to life. You should be culturally sensitive and respectful of local traditions. Overseas contracts are assigned specific country quotas and the school can currently hire from South Africa, and teachers must be female - due to visa availability.


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