The International School of The Hague is a highly successful, innovative and energetic semi-private school located on the edge of the city of The Hague, near Kijkduin.
The entire school currently has over 2000 students and hosts over 101 nationalities with teachers from around the world. The school is divided into Primary and Secondary with a Principal for each section.
The Primary School was established in 2003 and became the first school in the world to be accredited at “Mastering” level by the International Primary Curriculum (IPC). The Primary School was also the first international school in The Netherlands to receive the Excellente School status from the Dutch Inspection of Education. We now have more than 640 pupils on roll.
We currently have vacancies for:
• Primary Classroom Teacher
- Full time: 1.0 fte (40 hours, Monday-Friday)
Classroom teachers work closely together in year group teams planning collaboratively with their colleagues to teach all subjects, with the exception of Dutch, P.E. and Music, which specialist teachers teach. We welcome applications from teachers qualified to teach across the Primary age range, including Early Years.
The positions are based on the Dutch collective labor agreement (CAO PO) for primary education, Scale L10. Scaling will take place depending on relevant background and experience. The contract offered to the successful applicant will be for one year. After one year, a permanent contract will be offered after obtaining a Dutch teaching qualification and a good performance. The maximum L10 scale is 15 and this is gross Eur 3.910,- per month based on a full time FTE.
The successful applicant:
• has a Bachelor in Primary Education or PGCE plus QTS and induction certificate (or equivalent);
• preferably has experience with or knowledge of the International Primary Curriculum (IPC);
• has the ability to speak and write in English at a high level
• has experience with teaching children from the age of 4 - 12 years old;
• is able to develop and adapt the curriculum and lesson plans to meet the changing needs of the children;
• is flexible, and has good time management and is capable of dealing with the varied aspects of the job.
If you are internationally-minded, permitted to work in the European Union and have the desire to help shape the exciting future of our school, we would love to hear from you.
The deadline for applications is: 25 February. Interviews will take place soon thereafter.
If you have not heard from us by 25 March 2019 then please assume that, on this occasion, your application has been unsuccessful.