TRANSYLVANIA COLLEGE, Cluj-Napoca, Romania seeks a Teacher of Computing Effective from January 2017
Transylvania College, The Cambridge International School of Cluj, currently enrols almost 600 students aged 1 to 18 years. The majority are Romanian nationals, but our students also include those of 25 nationalities. The school is an Accredited Member of COBIS with continuing accreditation as a British School Overseas (BSO).
Transylvania College has grown from a small Kindergarten class opened in 1993 to incorporate parallel lines of Romanian and British curriculum Primary and Middle School classes leading to a High School which offers IGCSE and A level courses through University of Cambridge Examinations. The school celebrated its first graduating cohorts in 2014 and 2015 with our graduates accepted by some of the most prestigious universities in the UK and around the world.
Transylvania College is an independent co-educational day school with a small Boarding House which facilitates an international education to students from other parts of Romania. The school promotes academic excellence, ethical development and responsible world citizenship, based on principles of mutual respect and a love of learning. This extends beyond the barriers of the school to the wider community of Cluj-Napoca and Romania through the sharing of knowledge, skills and expertise with other individuals and institutions.
Transylvania College is seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic Teacher of Computing to work in a successful and well-resourced department teaching primary and middle school. We deliver discrete lessons across the entire age range from early years through to sixth form. In Key Stages 1 to 3 our curriculum follows an enhanced version of the Computing National Curriculum for England and Wales. In Key Stage 4 students can choose between IGCSE ICT or IGCSE Computer Science. We offer the AS and A2 Computer Science GCE as an option for students in the sixth form. Some students in Key Stage 3 opt to undertake the ECDL course alongside their Computing studies.
Learners come from a broad range of backgrounds with a high proportion of learners for whom English is not their native language. Teachers are expected to have the highest expectations of all students whilst ensuring that all students are fully supported and challenged.
PARTICULARS OF THE SEARCH
If you are interested in this unique opportunity, please submit the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org referencing the position in the subject line:
- Application cover sheet
- CV - including full contact details
- Letter of Application
- Copies of your university-awarded degrees/transcripts
- Police Background checks from every country where you have worked
Please see the Transylvania College website for further details about the school: www.transylvania-college.ro
Should it receive an outstanding application, Transylvania College reserves the right to make an appointment before the closing date mentioned below.
If you have any questions about the position, the application process, or require any assistance, please contact the Director of Public Affairs:
The deadline for applications is 16th December 2016 with a start date in January 2017 to be mutually agreed. The review of files will begin as soon as applications are received. Finalists will be selected by the search committee as early in the process as possible and may be selected for interview via Skype.