St Julian's School (Portugal) is looking for a dynamic teacher with a growth mindset and high expectations to teach Economics (IB) and Business Studies (IGCSE). This is an excellent opportunity to join a well-established school with committed students. Experience of teaching Economics and Business/Business Management to IB or A-Level is essential.
St Julian’s is a well-resourced successful non-selective British international school with a reputation for academic excellence. We have highly motivated students and a hard-working staff. We are a school which believes in holistic education and expect our teachers to make active contributions to the pastoral and extra curricular life of the school.
We value skills-based learning along with meeting the rigorous requirements of the English National Curriculum, International GCSEs and IB Diploma. We seek to constantly improve the provision for learning. SJS provides a 1:1 iPad programme for students in Years 7 and 8 and all students bring their own laptop in KS4 and 5; we use Google Apps for Education as a learning platform.
Successful candidate must:
- Have a proven track record of outstanding practice
- Have a growth-mindset looking to continually improve
- Be able to engage, motivate and support children, colleagues and parents
- Be a reflective, flexible practitioner with the ability to think creatively and take risks
- Have the interpersonal skills needed to work successfully within teams
- Have a strong learning-focused philosophy
- Be dedicated to the principles of holistic education
We will provide:
- A competitive salary and benefits package
- An initial contract of two years with extension possible;
- Ongoing Professional Development
- A professionally stimulating and collaborative working environment
Early applications are strongly encouraged and we reserve the right to appoint prior to the closing date.
Closing date for applications is Friday June 15th. Interviews by will be face-to-face in Lisbon or via Skype in June.
St Julian’s School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. As such, all offers of employment are subject to a criminal record check (DBS or equivalent).