Chemistry teacher

St. Dominic's international School, PortugalLisbon, Portugal

The school

Saint Dominic’s International School is a long established school offering the three academic programs of the International Baccalaureate, PYP, MYP and DP. We are fully accredited by NEASC and member of CIS.

We are a true international school, with 42 nationalities represented amongst our student body, and 15 nationalities amongst the teaching staff.

The students at Saint Dominic’s are enthusiastic, respectful and keen to learn.  They are supported by parents who are involved and engaged in their child’s progress.

Portugal is a beautiful country and Lisbon is one of the most desirable places to live in Europe at the moment.  It is an incredibly safe city and there is a wide variety of activities outside of work.

To find out more about Saint Dominic’s, please visit our website:

Chemistry teacher 

SDIS is recruiting an enthusiastic and experienced MYP/DP Chemistry teacher, to teach MYP Science to Grades 6 to 8, MYP Chemistry to Grades 9 and 10 and, potentially, DP Chemistry. Teaching experience of IB MYP and DP Chemistry is preferred and the ability to teach a second Science is also an advantage, but not a requirement. The successful candidate will work closely with a supportive and dedicated team of ten Science teachers and one Lab technician. Resilience, flexibility and the ability to work collaboratively are essential for this position.

A full job description and person specification can be found below

Application procedures

If you are passionate about education, have a commitment to personal excellence, and are ready for a new challenge, we welcome your application. Please send your CV and answer the following question in less than 400 words. 

Developing ATL skills in students is important, as is focusing on content. Give 2 or 3 examples about a recent unit/topic you have taught and explain how you provided opportunities for students to demonstrate a particular ATL skill and how that impacted the students' learning.


We will acknowledge receipt of all applications. Short listed candidates will be asked to provide three professional referees.

Saint Dominic’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and operates child protection screening which includes contacting previous employers and Disclosure and Barring checks.

Please note carefully the deadline of 12 noon GMT on 28 February 2021

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