Secondary Middle School Teachers - Maths - Abu Dhabi, UAE - August 2018

Country: UAE - Abu Dhabi

Region: School - Middle East

Curriculum: United Kingdom, USA

Level: Secondary/ Middle(12-15)

Start Date: 19 August 2018

Initial Contract Length: 2 year, renewable

Curriculum Experience Required: No - flexible


Job Description

SECONDARY MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHER NEEDED FOR SCHOOL IN ABU DHABI FOR AUGUST 2018 - MATHS YEAR 8 REQUIREMENT FOR UK CURRICULUM CAMPUS This is a great opportunity to develop your teaching skills in an international learning environment. An exciting career challenge, great knowledge thirsty kids, all year sunshine and a generous benefits package with tax free salary are all on offer! Based in the culturally vibrant Abu Dhabi this international school is located in the heart of the city close to all of the attractions and amenities of this appealing metropolis! The school has two campuses, one that offers a British style curriculum (KG to Y7) and the other an American curriculum (KG to G12); catering for students mainly of Arab origin. Facilities include a broad range of resources including a number of libraries, computer suites, gymnasium, art rooms and science laboratories. Qualified teachers with at least 2 years experience will receive a tax free salary between AED10000-11000 depending upon position and experience and an attractive benefits package that includes; furnished accommodation within close proximity of the school, medical insurance and free annual flights. If you are looking for a gateway into this vibrant and lucrative region, this is a professional opportunity not to be missed. You will have the chance to gain valuable teaching experience in the context of an established and progressive international school with the additional bonus of being able to visit the surrounding Emirates in your free time-which offer a broad array of social and cultural activities from dune boarding to world-class shopping. The successful candidate must be educated to degree level and will have a relevant teaching qualification; a first degree in Maths and a Maths PGCE. Curriculum experience is not an essential pre-requisite but it would be helpful if candidates have knowledge of the British or American system. Experience must be a minimum of one year post qualification. Please contact your Edvectus advisor today for more information.

Student Description

Number Of Students: 1550 US Division / 653 UK Division
Student Make Up: 30% Local US Division / 18% Local UK Division / Both - most Arab expatriates like Egyptian, Lebanon, Syria and Jordan

Regional Info

Abu Dhabi is a great place to live and work; if offers the perfect blend of a traditional Arabian lifestyle with a vibrant expatriate existence. There is something for everyone here whether it be shopping, dining out, exploring the culture or having fun in the desert. Abu Dhabi has large shopping malls, a plethora of international hotels, a dazzling range of eateries and many quite a few bars and clubs. It is the home of the carrier Etihad which can whisk you off to plentiful exotic Asian and African destinations during the longer school holidays. Dubai is just down the road for a day or weekend of more beaches and shopping, but different and wonderful historical places like Muscat are just a short flight away.

Key Benefits

Tax Rate: Tax Free

Housing: Shared (own bedroom)

Benefits: Flights -yearly, Gratuity or end of service bonus, Housing - provided, Medical or Health insurance, Tuition discount for dependants, Utilities paid

Suited To: Activity - swimming beaches, Activity-typical land sporting types, Activity-typical water sporting types, Climate - warmer, Dependent children - Not very suitable, Holiday destination - yes typical, Infrastructure - Moderately developed, Unmarried partners - not suitable, Urban, Westernised - moderately, Women - more restrictive than most

Job Requirements

Minimum Years Experience: 1.0

Curriculum Experience Required: No - flexible

Will Accept Newly Qualified Teachers: N

Visa Restriction: Younger than 60

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