BRAEBURN MOMBASA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, KENYA
Wishes to appoint the following for August 2017:
GIRLS PE and SPORTS TEACHER (EYFS-KS5 ages) with IGCSE Physical Education(CIE) experience.
A dynamic, experienced and energetic teacher of PE is required for August 2017. This post provides an exciting opportunity for a highly driven and capable teacher to deliver the curriculum effectively and in ensuring that all children at BMIS enjoy sports and competition. The school has a broad fixtures programme in a variety of sports including cricket, rounders, rugby, athletics, football, hockey, netball, swimming, dance and cross-country. Sports facilities are good and include extensive field areas, a 25m swimming pool, an EYFS pool, cricket nets and hard-court tennis courts with a netball facility.
The Head of Department responsibility is available for the right candidate.
The successful candidate will receive a renewable contract, medical cover, membership of the school pension/savings scheme (if wanted), housing allowance and a competitive local salary with an overseas allowance. Opportunities for professional development within the Braeburn Schools group and through the Kenyan Association of Independent International Schools (KAIIS) are excellent. BMIS is an accredited member of the Council of International Schools (CIS) and is a member of COBIS and the Independent Association of Preparatory Schools (IAPS).
Interested applicants should email their letter of application, CV, a recent photograph and the details of two referees by 7th July 2017 to the Head Teacher: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note, applications will be considered as soon as they are received.
Visit the School website to see more about the school: www.mombasa.braeburn.com
Braeburn Mombasa International School (BMIS) is a co-educational day school situated in Mombasa, Kenya, offering the National Curriculum to about 200 students between the ages of 2 and 18 years. BMIS is recognised as one of Kenya’s leading International Schools. The school operates an open admission policy that supports the Braeburn Group commitment to provide excellent academic, social and emotional education to students of all abilities.
The school is very committed to safeguarding children and young people. Short listed applicants will be asked for an ICPC, or the equivalent, from the country of current employment, or for locally recruited staff, a Criminal Investigations Department (CID) certificate of good conduct.