An exciting opportunity to work within a vibrant and dynamic international school in West London. The International School of London was originally founded in 1972 and was amongst the first schools in the country to offer the International Baccalaureate programme. There is a strong commitment to the on-going professional training of all staff and for providing leadership development at all levels.
We are currently looking for a Business and Economics teacher to join us in September 2018. The ideal candidate would be able to offer Business and Economics in the IB Diploma programme and Middle school programme. Experience of the IB DP and MYP programme is an advantage but not essential.
To teach Economics and Business and Management in the IB Diploma programme, with some teaching in IB Middle Years Programme, candidates should have previous teaching experience at A Level and/or IB Diploma, with a
preference for the latter.
Preference will be given to candidates who can also demonstrate:
- a relevant degree-level qualification or better
- a recognised teaching qualification
- experience of working in a highly diverse, international teaching and learning environment
- knowledge of the IB programmes, their aims and approaches to teaching and learning
To apply, please submit a one page covering letter and up-to-date CV including contact details of two professional referees who have supervised your work to Amy Bardsley, Senior Recruitment Consultant at TIC Recruitment, who are handling applications on behalf of the school, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Please note: at least one reference must be from your current employer, personal references are not accepted in this instance and all references will be independently verified)
Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to prove their right to work.
Closes: 17th April 2018 (ISL reserves the right to make an early appointment should an outstanding candidate be found)
International School London is committed to safeguarding children and will ensure that recruitment procedures adhere to safer recruitment guidance. Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced UK
Disclosure and Barring Service check and/or equivalent overseas police check where relevant.