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Secondary Mathematics Teacher

Royal School in TransylvaniaRomania

The Royal School in Transylvania seeks an outstanding Secondary Mathematics teacher with the possibility of a Head of Department role for the right candidate. 

Nestled deep in the heart of Transylvania in northern Romania, the Royal School is a small, community orientated school situated in the city of Cluj-Napoca. Offering a high-quality British education since its founding in 2015, we are proud to support a multinational student population aged between 3-18, of just under 200. Since it opened its doors the school has always aimed to offer and implement a comprehensive learning experience, by reaching and sustaining a strong balance between academic achievement and social, emotional, physical and spiritual development. We strive towards helping students become the best versions of themselves as they can! The Royal School teaches the Cambridge Curriculum with students working towards either the Primary/Secondary Checkpoints, IGCSE’s, or International AS/A Levels.

Cluj-Napoca is a small, green city enveloped by hills on all sides, it was once known as the capital city of the Grand Principality of Transylvania and the Austro-Hungarian architecture reflects the importance of this regional hub. Combining a modern European city with the history of the region means that there is always something to do, and we are blessed with the sorts of outstanding local amenities you would expect from any major destination. Cluj is between the safest cities from Europe, also home to Romania’s largest University and is fast becoming an international technology hub resulting in a population that is young, enthusiastic and with very high levels of spoken English. There is also an international airport with excellent connections to the UK and Europe, often served by Low-Cost airlines, with new routes added regularly. The city is a relatively undiscovered European gem!

The Royal School in Transylvania is a COBIS (Council of British International Schools) Member and is dedicated to constant school improvement. As part of this we will be undertaking full accreditation with COBIS in 2022. 

The ideal candidate will have: 

  • A genuine passion for teaching and supporting young people, 
  • A PGCE, QTS and will have completed their induction period, 
  • Experience of teaching Secondary Mathematics up to A Level,
  • Enthusiasm and desire to contribute outstanding mathematical outcomes for all, 
  • The ability to work in a cooperative manner as part of an international staff body. 

Further desired experience includes: 

  • A track record of leading and developing Mathematics across the curriculum, 
  • A knowledge of STEM subjects and how to implement high quality learning and teaching in these areas,
  • A commitment to creative and innovative learning and teaching, 
  • Previous Middle Leadership.

We offer:

  • A competitive salary package; 
  • A fully accommodation inclusive package, including a fitted and furnished modern apartment, 
  • Small class sizes (1:5 Teacher to Student ratio), 
  • A good work/life balance, 
  • A friendly working atmosphere, 
  • The opportunity to be part of the development of a young school and help shape the future. 

The Royal School in Transylvania is committed to the safeguarding of children and all staff receive regular appropriate safeguarding and child protection training. As part of our safer recruiting practices previous work history, police checks, references and psychological tests will be necessary prior to appointment. We make sure our staff and volunteers are suitable to work with children and young people.

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