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King Faisal School

Saudi Arabia / Riyadh

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Competitive with benefits package
Job type:
Full Time, Fixed Term
Apply by:
12 February 2018

Job description


Teachers Required for King Faisal School in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

King Faisal School, an international Baccalaureate world school in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, will require PYP Homeroom teachers( Males / Female ) for the next academic year 2018/2019.

We are interested in employing outstanding teachers who have recognized teaching qualifications and experience. Although the openings are for all nationalities, preference will be given to candidates from USA, Australia, UK, Ireland, and New Zealand. 


At least a Bachelors in related subject with recognized teaching certification (PGCE, etc.) and experience. Applicants with IB experience will be preferred but not essential.

Salary and Allowances:

  • Competitive with benefits package. 
  • Shipment Allowance: US$400 at first time joining and final exit.
  • Family Status.
  • Children's Fees Discount: 75% of school tuition fees at KFS
  • Housing Allowance: Furnished School Housing or monthly rent allowance equal to three monthly basic salaries split over 12 months.
  • Medical Insurance: For employee, spouse & four children under 18 years of age.
  • End of Service Gratuity: According to Saudi Labor Laws.
  • Annual Air Ticket: for employee, spouse, and two children under 18 years of age.
  • Renewable Contract.

Please email your CV to recruitment2018@kfs.sch.sa (School website www.kfs.sch.sa).

Applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted by email.

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About King Faisal School

King Faisal School (KFS) is situated in the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh, close to the centre of the country. While English is the primary language of instruction, there are Arabic lessons to preserve the country’s cultural identity. It is a private school that is a member of the King Faisal Foundation (KFF), an organisation with a wide portfolio of investments, in Universities as well as KFS. Today, the school educates around 1,900 students between the ages of 6-18, the school having an approximate teacher to student ratio of 1:10. Boys attend the school from 3 to 18 years of age and girls from 3 to 11 with the girls' school growing year on year until it is a full through-school. They share 36 acres within Riyadh's most desirable district, the Diplomatic Quarter. 

The school and foundation is named after the King of Saudi Arabia from 1964 until his death in 1975, a man often praised for modernising and reforming the country. The King was a strong believer that a well-educated nation is one of the foundation stones of a strong and successful country. The KFF was founded in 1976 and KFS launched in 1991. Over the first 20 years of the school’s existence, the student population tripled. In April 2014, the KFF teamed up with the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IB) to bring IB accreditation to Saudi Arabia, and KFS was one such school. KFS is also the first national school in Saudi Arabia to apply international standards of education to its curriculum successfully.

Chairman of Board of Directors

Prince Bandar bin Saud bin Khalid

Values and Vision

KFS is focused on upholding good citizenship and service to family and country as well as creating academic excellence in order to “shape tomorrow’s leaders”. It is proud of both its heritage and its status as an international school that meets the demands of the modern world.

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