St Ignatius School Cayman Islands Middle Leader Jobs

St Ignatius School Middle Leader jobs

Experienced Middle Leaders Needed for April or August 2023 in the beautiful Cayman Islands

St. Ignatius Catholic School in the Cayman Islands was established by the Jesuits over 50 years ago. It has 700 students and almost 100 staff comprising many different nationalities, ethnicities, beliefs, and circumstances. Following the English National Curriculum from Nursery to Year 13, the school is well known for its outstanding academic excellence and strong Christian values, characterized by mutual respect, generosity and service. The school is seeking  fully-qualified and suitably-experienced Middle Leaders to join an excellent and motivated leadership team that aims to ensure consistent excellent outcomes across the school. The positions are for an April or August 2023 start.

Middle Leaders Needed

 Salary and Benefits:

  • CI$56,000 to CI$68,000 per annum (equivalent to appx £57,000 to £69,000), tax free
  • Medical insurance for the employee
  • School contribution to a pension plan
  • Relocation / repatriation allowance (including airfare) at the beginning and end of 2 year contract.
  • One free school place for a child of an employee (2 places if a teaching couple where both are employed by the school).

General Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree, teacher training such as PGCE and Qualified Teacher Status or equivalent. Master’s degree in relevant subject is desirable.
  • Knowledge of the English National Curriculum
  • Child protection checks and safer recruitment practices will be undertaken.

Read each job description for specific requirements for each role before applying

How to apply:

Submit your CV and cover letter to SICS@edvectus.com. Edvectus is the exclusive agent managing these positions

About the Cayman Islands

Located in the sunny Caribbean between Cuba and Jamaica, the Cayman Islands are made up of three islands, with the largest, Grand Cayman, having the capital city George Town where the school is located.  Known for coral reefs, white sandy beaches and turquoise waters, it is in many ways a complete island paradise. The Caymans experience little crime, fabulous snorkelling and diving and a laid-back lifestyle, and your after-school life will be something only dreamt of by others.

Cayman Islands is a tax-free country, so no tax is deducted from your salary, and the two biggest industries are tourism and banking.  The Cayman Islands are one of the richest islands not only in the Caribbean but in the world. Due to the thriving economy and the need to import almost 90% of all goods, the cost of living in the Caymans is over 50% more expensive than in the UK but the views, the sunshine, the friendly atmosphere and the beaches are free. .