- Vacancies For September 2019
- Letter to Prospective Applicants
- Safe Recruitment
- The type of person we are looking for
We are seeking to employ energetic, ambitious teachers for the following positions for September 2019:
a)Class Teachers for Foundation
b)Class Teachers for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2
a)Head of Economics and Business Studies / Business Studies Teacher
b)Director of Educational Technology and Management Information System
c)Head of Science (with Biology)
d)Maths Teacher to A Level
e)Head of Art / Art Teacher
f)Teacher of Design Technology
g)Geography Teacher to A Level
Applications are also invited from secondary teachers able to offer the following subjects with a second subject:
Teaching candidates should have a minimum of two years’ experience in teaching the National Curriculum, and a willingness to contribute to extracurricular activities.
Applications from single candidates and teaching couples are particularly welcomed.
Interviews will be conducted in London and locally during January and February.
Contracts are for two years in the first instance and include a competitive tax-free salary, flights, furnished accommodation, health insurance and generous end of contract gratuity.
Please submit your letter of application, including a full CV, recent photograph and the contact details of two referees to:
Mr. John Nolan, Principal, Sharjah English School, P. O. Box 1600, Sharjah, UAE. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 00971 6 5589304
Applications should be received by 11th January 2019.
SES follows a ‘Safe Recruitment’ Policy, in the interests of safeguarding children at the school.
Applicants will be required to present police / background checks, whether recruited from the UK or internationally. References will be collected in writing, and should include current employer. Emails for referees should be a work e-mail rather than a personal address; school will make follow-up calls to verify the written reference.
Non-disclosure of information which might be relevant to an application for a teaching position will be regarded as grounds for discontinuing a contract.
We seek teachers who are capable of delivering inspiring and imaginative lessons;
Teachers will come to SES with outstanding subject and educational knowledge, and with a passion to impart what they know;
Relationships and rapport with our students must be outstanding – teachers will be supportive of all children regardless of their needs;
An SES teacher will be positive, dedicated and enthusiastic;
A collaborative and collegiate mind-set with colleagues is fundamental in all we do;
Excellent and pro-active communication skills are a perquisite;
Having high expectations of themselves, SES staff will also have the highest expectations for their students;
Our teachers will understand the value and importance for our children of an international education – they will believe our international context advantages students, and staff will believe our diversity is a strength.
The vast majority of our leadership appointments are internal. Our appointees will be interested in their own career development, and should expect to leave SES with a considerably enhanced CV - they will have improved themselves as teachers and as potential managers or school leaders.
SES provides potential appointees with well-behaved, polite and curious children who have supportive parents who believe in education; as such our teachers are provided with an ideal teaching context. Consequently we expect staff to perform to a high level – we have few excuses for not delivering outstanding lessons as the norm.