An exciting opportunity to work within a vibrant and dynamic international school in West London. The International School of London was originally founded in 1972 and was amongst the first schools in the country to offer the International Baccalaureate programme. There is a strong commitment to the on-going professional training of all staff and for providing leadership development at all levels.
We are currently looking for a Humanities teacher to join us. The ideal candidate would be able to offer Geography or History in the middle school. Experience of the IB MYP programme is an advantage but not essential. Opportunities to work with the IB Diploma could be available to the right candidate.
You would be responsible for the continuing growth and delivery of the IB MYP History or Geography programme within the school and would also work with the successful Humanities Department to collaboratively deliver MYP humanities classes.
The ideal candidate will have:
· Previous experience teaching History or Geography to middle school students (ages11-16) with recent IB teaching experience a distinct advantage
· Proven capacities to work with international students and support students for whom English is not their mother tongue
· Previous experience with the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) would also be highly desirable
For further information about the school please visit our website: www.islschools.org/london
To apply, please submit a one page covering letter and up-to-date CV including contact details of two professional referees who have supervised your work through our employment page on our website.
(Please note: at least one reference must be from your current employer, personal references are not accepted in this instance and all references will be independently verified)
Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK and be able to prove their right to work.
International School London is committed to safeguarding children and will ensure that recruitment procedures adhere to safer recruitment guidance. Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced UK Disclosure and Barring Service check and/or equivalent overseas police check where relevant.