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        Secondary Computing TeacherStart Date: August 2021 Location: Munich, Germany Region: Europe Curriculum: UK & IB Experience: 2 years preferably Salary: Salaries from €35,000 - €55,000 depending on experience Sponsorship: EU passport holders preferred but work permit possible Contract: 2 year initial contractSchool Vision / Ethos:This is a private, non-selective, co-educational, non-faith day school located in the Upper Bavaria Region of Germany. It is part of a group of three international schools spread across Germany which share a strong common ethos and structure. They strive for excellence in everything they undertake and place heavy emphasis on creating a positive, enjoyable and child-centred learning experience. The school was founded in 2013 to serve the educational needs of international families living in the Munich area within a purpose built facility. The school follows the British curriculum through to IGCSE and offers the IB Diploma programme in the senior school.Position Description:Computer Science is a core part of the curriculum for Middle School, and is taught in a well resourced Apple Mac computer suite. The curriculum teaches both functional IT skills to support pupils globally (every pupil has a MacBook, and IT is well integrated in subjects throughout the school) as well as coding and development as the preparation for Computer Science IGCSE. Computer Science is a very popular choice at IGCSE, and is an IB Diploma option for Sixth Form.It is a subject with significant interest from both pupils and their families, and the extra-curricular Computer Science clubs are very popular and successful, providing a real opportunity for development. Computer Science sits within the Mathematics department, but as a collaborative school also works very closely with other curriculum areas, especially Design Technology and Science.Regional Overview: Germany is a diverse and fascinating country lying at the heart of Europe. Munich is the Capital of the Bavarian region of Germany - famous for its historical buildings, numerous museums, and who could forget the tourists (and locals) favourite, Oktoberfest! Munich has so much to offer to the modern expat - it is easy to see why it is one of the top cities to live and work in Europe.Requirements:Applicants must be qualified teachers holding degree level certification and QTS or equivalent. Teachers will preferably have two years' experience and should be willing to involve themselves into the school community.As a British International School, the majority of the school's teachers have had experience working in the UK, or in a similar international system. Familiarity with the National Curriculum is seen as a considerable advantage, as is an understanding of the demands associated with private education.Package:Competitive salary from €35,000 - €55,000 depending on experience.A relocation allowance of €1,500 is available and can be utilised for flights, shipping etc.Support will be given to find own accommodation and through the initial relocation process.Medical care is covered under the governmental scheme.
        Secondary Computing TeacherStart Date: August 2021 Location: Munich, Germany Region: Europe Curriculum: UK & IB Experience: 2 years preferably Salary: Salaries from €35,000 - €55,000 depending on experience Sponsorship: EU passport holders preferred but work permit possible Contract: 2 year initial contractSchool Vision / Ethos:This is a private, non-selective, co-educational, non-faith day school located in the Upper Bavaria Region of Germany. It is part of a group of three international schools spread across Germany which share a strong common ethos and structure. They strive for excellence in everything they undertake and place heavy emphasis on creating a positive, enjoyable and child-centred learning experience. The school was founded in 2013 to serve the educational needs of international families living in the Munich area within a purpose built facility. The school follows the British curriculum through to IGCSE and offers the IB Diploma programme in the senior school.Position Description:Computer Science is a core part of the curriculum for Middle School, and is taught in a well resourced Apple Mac computer suite. The curriculum teaches both functional IT skills to support pupils globally (every pupil has a MacBook, and IT is well integrated in subjects throughout the school) as well as coding and development as the preparation for Computer Science IGCSE. Computer Science is a very popular choice at IGCSE, and is an IB Diploma option for Sixth Form.It is a subject with significant interest from both pupils and their families, and the extra-curricular Computer Science clubs are very popular and successful, providing a real opportunity for development. Computer Science sits within the Mathematics department, but as a collaborative school also works very closely with other curriculum areas, especially Design Technology and Science.Regional Overview: Germany is a diverse and fascinating country lying at the heart of Europe. Munich is the Capital of the Bavarian region of Germany - famous for its historical buildings, numerous museums, and who could forget the tourists (and locals) favourite, Oktoberfest! Munich has so much to offer to the modern expat - it is easy to see why it is one of the top cities to live and work in Europe.Requirements:Applicants must be qualified teachers holding degree level certification and QTS or equivalent. Teachers will preferably have two years' experience and should be willing to involve themselves into the school community.As a British International School, the majority of the school's teachers have had experience working in the UK, or in a similar international system. Familiarity with the National Curriculum is seen as a considerable advantage, as is an understanding of the demands associated with private education.Package:Competitive salary from €35,000 - €55,000 depending on experience.A relocation allowance of €1,500 is available and can be utilised for flights, shipping etc.Support will be given to find own accommodation and through the initial relocation process.Medical care is covered under the governmental scheme.

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