Secondary Mathematics Teacher - Bahrain - August 2023

School - Middle East
United Kingdom
Secondary/ Middle(12-15), Secondary/High(16-18)
Start Date:
20 August 2023
Initial Contract Length:
2 year, renewable
Curriculum Experience Required:
No - flexible

A private international school in Bahrain is starting its recruitment for the next academic year. This is not a typical expatriate school; students will be mostly Arabic and will be speaking English as a second language.

Salary and Package:
A monthly tax free salary range of BD1100-1300 including housing allowance, annual flights and medical insurance.

Job Requirements:

• Evidence of up to date knowledge of teaching Maths in iGCSE & AS/A Level / Cambridge curriculum
• Understanding of the significance of our school ethos.
• Understanding of the requirements of good classroom management.

Skills and Abilities:
 Commitment to curriculum continuity between the phases.
 Commitment to continuously updating and maintaining planning.
 Meticulous record keeping of student records and intervention strategies.
 Able to provide a practical commitment to an equal opportunities policy of inclusivity.
 Ability to collaborate and work in a team.

• At least two year’s teaching experience in the specified subject / less will be considered on a case by case basis
• Evidence of previous successful teaching or of successful teaching placements.
• Evidence of good personal relationships/ team player.
• Evidence of experience of working with students who have challenges, both learning and behaviour.

• Qualified teacher with a Bachelor degree in Mathematics
• Attested/Apostilled qualifications from the country in which you obtained the degree.
• Evidence of involvement in continuing professional development(CPD) activities as a participant.

Special Requirements:
• Applicant’s compliance to supporting and upholding the school’s Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy.
• A Criminal Record Disclosure will be required prior to appointment.
• Excellent and unequivocal references.
• Good attendance and health record.
Number Of Students:
Student Make Up:
54 different nationalities
Regional Info:
Unlike Dubai which is well known internationally thanks to a slick marketing campaign, Bahrain has long been the weekend holiday destination for expats and locals wanting to cut loose after a hard week’s work with a pocket full of tax free dollars. Connected to Saudi Arabia by a causeway, to Qatar by land and to the rest of the gulf by cheap Fly Dubai and Kuwait Air flights, Bahrain boasts a vibrant nightlife set amidst a more laid back brand of tourism. With palm trees and greenery on every corner, Bahrain presents more like a mix of Florida and Dubai without the frenetic pace and exorbitant price tag. With living costs over 30% cheaper than Dubai and a more compact expat population many feel it’s an easier place to live and work. Yes it has all the bars, pubs, clubs, beaches and extra-curricular activities of Dubai, minus the indoor skiing, but on a slightly smaller scale and spread across an island network linked by bridges. Salaries tend to be lower in Bahrain, in line with the lower cost of living, and the children tend to be more multinational, multicultural and well behave than in similar schools in the neighbouring UAE. It’s safe and secure, and has a more laid-back beachy kind of vibe which is welcoming and happy with a ‘live and let live’ attitude that suits expats down to a Tee.
Tax Rate:
Tax Free
Flights -yearly, Gratuity or end of service bonus, Housing- allowance, Medical or Health insurance
Suited To:
Activity - swimming beaches, Activity-typical land sporting types, Activity-typical water sporting types, Climate - warmer, Dependent children - Not very suitable, Holiday destination - not typical, Infrastructure - Moderately developed, Suburban, Unmarried partners - not suitable, Westernised - moderately, Women - somewhat restrictive
Minimum Years Experience:
Curriculum Experience Required:
No - flexible
Will Accept Newly Qualified Teachers:
Visa Restriction:
Females cannot sponsor spouse or dependents, Younger than 60

The positives are: •awesome initial accommodation set up by the school (apartment with gym, pool, internet) •the level of assistance from HR has been good (airport lifts, assistance completing paperwork, bank account setup, medicals etc) •innovative staff from all over the world. They are helpful and inclusive. The school has a 'family feel'. •The students are varied, interesting, again from all over the world. Like the staff, they are friendly, accepting and generally quite positive

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