The Humanities Department in the Senior School at Brighton College comprises four subjects: History, Geography, Business and Economics. The Department is characterized by a strong sense of collaboration and the restless pursuit of outstanding pupil progress. Its members strive to ensure that both the curriculum and its delivery offer a rich and diverse range of experiences to both improve and inspire our pupils.
Our vision is to propel pupils of the Humanities to rates of progress that are equal to those of the finest schools in the world. The Humanities Department is swiftly becoming a beacon of outstanding progress by creating and developing a culture of excellence in everything it does.
Applications are invited from first rate Business teachers who can also offer Economics. Candidates need to have a relevant degree, at least two years teaching experience and a clear understanding of teaching at Key Stage 3, (I)GCSE and A level. The ability to offer other humanities subjects would be advantageous. We are looking for candidates who blend creativity and rigour in the classroom, are highly committed and possess excellent organisational and communication skills.
Many of our full-time teachers are also House Tutors. All members of the teaching staff are expected to provide extra-curricular activities and will also be required to contribute to the wider community life of the College. Brighton College Al Ain offers a highly competitive tax free salary, medical insurance, an end-of-service gratuity, free housing, free annual flights for the family and free school places for children.
To apply please click on the ‘Apply Now’ icon on the TES webpage where this vacancy appears. You should complete the application form and attach an up-to-date CV with a covering letter and photograph.
For further information or queries, please contact the Head Master, Dr. Ken Greig, at email@example.com. The closing date for applications is Sunday 25th February but Skype interviews will be arranged as applications are received. The College reserves the right to appoint successful candidates prior to the closing date and so an early application is advantageous.