An exciting opportunity has arisen to join NLCS Jeju as a Teacher of Geography in August 2020.
North London Collegiate School Jeju is a large, thriving co-educational Day and Boarding School for students aged 4-18. Our curriculum and ambitious academic ethos, together with our extensive co-curricular programme, reflect the schools close links with NLCS in London, and provide a high quality British Independent School education in an international setting.
The successful candidate will be a highly qualified, knowledgeable and inspiring professional able to deliver the highest standards of academic and pastoral provision. All NLCS Jeju staff are committed to the Guiding Principles of the school and contribute widely to the school life beyond their classroom.
Our graduating students achieved an average IB Diploma score of 37 points (substantially above the world average of 30) and 34% of students scored 40+ points. Our alumni are now attending some of the world’s leading universities, from Cambridge to Yale, from Stanford to LSE, from Oxford to Imperial,and beyond.
NLCS Jeju offers teachers a unique opportunity to live one of Asia’s most spectacular islands located 130km off the southern coast of the Korean peninsular. In 2007, UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee listed Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes as a World Natural Heritage site and with Jeju’s temperate climate, natural scenery and beaches it is an idyllic place to call home. Jeju provides NLCS staff and their families with a safe, peaceful and breath-taking environment in which to live. The employment pages on the NLCS Jeju website contain further information about life in Jeju.
A competitive package will be offered to the successful candidate, which will include the following:
• Competitive salary
• Relocation costs
• Annual return flights to home country
• Health insurance
• Tuition fees for eligible children
All applications should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, it is essential to include: CV, Cover Letter and the NLCS Jeju Application Form provided.
NLCS Jeju is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
For teaching candidates who are based in the UK there would be an opportunity for them to be interviewed at NLCS London the week commencing Monday 25th November. Therefore, the deadline for applications is Monday 11th November at 5pm GMT.
For teaching candidates who are internationally based interviews will take place remotely. Therefore, the deadline for international applications is Saturday 30th November at 9pm GMT.
All candidates will be asked to provide evidence of their teaching.
NLCS Jeju reserves the right to make an appointment before any deadline dates if a suitable candidate is selected