The locally recruited teacher is employed under the status of salaried employee to teach in the Anglophone section of the classes of Primary school.
The total weekly hours of teaching time is a minimum of 21 (the number of weekly hours may be extended to max. 25.5). The candidate will take on the responsibility of class teacher and teach the main subjects.
- Teaching Degree or Postgraduate qualification suited to carrying out this role
- Fluent speaker equivalent fluency in English. Being a fluent speaker is an advantage.
- Good command of at least one of the working languages (French, German) or be willing to start learning German
- Proven teaching experience at primary level. An experience of working with children for whom English is a second or an additional language would be advantageous.
- At ease with children
- Good communication skills
According to the conditions of employment for part-time [locally recruited] teachers recruited after August 31, 2011, readable on www.eursc.eu:“Part-time teachers shall be paid app. € 135.00 per month for one hour a week in primary and nursery classes”.
Applications must be sent via e-mail ONLY to the following addresses; firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
before April 28th, 2017, 12.00 a.m.
Applications should contain: a letter of application, Full CV (European CV “Europass”), copies of relevant teaching qualification certificates and a certificate of good conduct (e.g. Police Check).
Only applications respecting this procedure will be taken into consideration.
The preselected candidates will be invited to an interview in early May, 2017.
No answer will be given to the candidates before the end of the procedure. Candidates who haven’t received any answer by June 1st should consider that their application has been unsuccessful.*Please note that all personal data will be stored electronically, respecting confidentiality. Candidates, who don’t wish us to keep their data, are kindly asked to let us know).
The European School of Karlsruhe (www.eskar.org) is located in one of the most dynamic regions in Europe. The school offers education to approx. 900 pupils, in three linguistic sections (DE, EN, FR), from 3-18 years.
The successful candidate will be working under the authority of the Director of the European School, in a multi-lingual, multi-cultural environment. The European Schools are official educational establishments controlled jointly by the governments of the Member States of the European Union. In all these countries they are legally regarded as public institutions. There are currently 14 European Schools in 7 countries.