Biology Teacher, International Stream Job Outline
Contract Term: Two years renewable from mid-August 2018
An exciting opportunity has arisen for teacher of Biology at FIS. We are seeking an inspirational and energetic person to teach in the Science faculty in the secondary school. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of academic success, innovation and development throughout their career. The ability to teach general Science for Key Stage 3 would also be expected.
This is an opportunity for the candidate to help the Head of Science to shape and mould the future of the faculty and help lead the vision and strategic mission of the school.
We are seeking a teacher of Biology who will:
· Have a deep knowledge of international curriculum innovation as well as detailed knowledge of IGCSE and IB;
· Be well qualified with an internationally accepted degree and teaching qualification.
· Be a dynamic, forward-looking professional with the experience and skills to contribute to the faculty;
· Be an outstanding teacher who is passionate about learning and teaching and sets high expectations for every student;
· Be able to work collaboratively with a team of teachers
· Be internationally-minded and culturally sensitive;
· Be committed to fostering a culture of continuous improvement;
We will provide:
A competitive compensation package including cash allowance and gratuity
- International worldwide medical cover
- Subsidised education for children at French International School
- Opportunities for ongoing professional development.
- A professionally stimulating and supportive working environment.
- The chance to work in a culturally diverse context.
Please send a CV with a recent photograph to email@example.com and a covering letter of no more than 2 sides to explain how your experience so far has prepared you for the job and what your approach to education is. Please send your application by 15 January 2018. Address your application to Mr Ian Clayton, head of the international stream. Interview will take place in Hong Kong in December/January and in London in January.