VacanciesPlease see all current vacancies below. If you have any queries, please email us at Shellrecruit@fieldworkeducation.com or download the WCL Shell Affiliated School Vacancies information document.
Tenby Schools Miri is part of the Tenby Schools Group, one of the largest and fastest-growing groups in South East Asia and has recently joined the International Schools Partnership (ISP). All Tenby Schools are drawn together by our collective vision of ‘A United World at Peace – Through Education’. Tenby Schools Miri invites inspiring, well qualified candidates with relevant experience to apply for the following position:
Secondary English Teacher
(Up to IGCSE level)
Required as soon as possible
Interested applicants are invited to submit a detailed résumé including personal details, qualifications, work experience, referees and contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org
For teaching positions, applicants should include a letter indicating their teaching philosophy and why they are interested in the position.
Further information regarding this is available on our website www.tenby.edu.my
Tenby Schools Miri
Lot 10700, Block 5, Jalan Desa Senadin,
KBLD 98000 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, Borneo
Tel: 085-491 526 / 530 Fax: 085-491 522
Tenby Schools is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and expects all staff to share this commitment. Applicants may be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate for the post, including reference checks with past employers
Hay Al Sharooq international School, Oman
Hay Al Sharooq international School (HASIS), is looking to recruit a well-qualified and experienced Early Years teachers to join our fantastic team at our brand-new campus.
HASIS is situated in Sur in the beautiful country of Oman. The school operates an international curriculum to suit the needs of our Omani and international students. Please download the ‘Information for Candidates’ document below this advertisement for details of the school and location.
Living in Muscat
Oman is a welcoming, politically stable and friendly country. It has beautiful scenery, wonderful beaches, a very rich culture, and a sunny climate that enables a wide range of outdoor activities to be pursued throughout the year. It is also well situated for travel to other locations around the world. It is hot and humid in the Coastal areas in summer; while it is hot and dry in the interior except for the higher mountains, which enjoy a moderate climate throughout the year. Rainfall is generally light and irregular
Teachers will be
- Passionate, enthusiastic, innovative and ready to embrace the challenges and excitement of an International teaching career in the Middle East
- Qualified to degree level and hold a recognized teaching qualification (e.g. PGCE)
- Able to demonstrate outstanding standards of teaching and learning
- An exceptional communicator with the ability to work with students and parents alike
- Ambitious and keen to develop existing knowledge and skills
- Experience working in an Early Years / Primary environment is essential
Experience of working with children for whom English is an additional language would be of benefit, as would experience in an international setting. However, a genuine commitment to support the school’s ethos, along with a willingness and flexibility to adapt, would compensate. Experience of using effective differentiation and assessment techniques are essential.
What we offer
We are committed to developing our staff and provide professional development opportunities both in-house and via external providers.
We provide excellent, high quality accommodation for teaching staff, during their first year of contract. We offer an attractive tax-free salary, medical insurance, visa and an annual flight allowance
Please submit an up-to-date CV and letter of application, outlining your experience and philosophy of Early Childhood Education to: email@example.com
The closing date for applications is 30th September 2018.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
HASIS is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check will be required for the post. We reserve the right to close this vacancy should we receive an overwhelming response.
AttachmentsInformation for Candidates
The Shell and Shell Affiliated School’s Annual Pool Recruitment is now open!
We are seeking Early Years, Primary and Middle Years teachers that are passionate about learning!
About our Schools
The Shell Group of Companies operates several schools providing high quality education to children from the age of 3 to 12 years, with some schools extending their provision to Middle Years. Shell and Shell affiliated schools set out to provide education to enable children to reach and maintain the highest possible standards. All of the schools are international schools, serving internationally mobile employees who work for Shell and its joint venture partners. Each school is managed by the local Shell operating unit, centrally guided by Shell Education Services Department based at Shell Headquarters in The Hague and supported by Fieldwork Education.
For information about each school, please click on the left-hand tab of this page and follow the link to Shell / Shell Schools.
About our Teachers
Shell and Shell affiliated schools have a global reputation for attracting and retaining teachers and leaders that strive to make a difference to children’s learning. It is our aim to, ‘through excellent teaching and organisation, maximise learning in a way that enables children to achieve high social, personal and academic standards, enjoy learning, adapt to other education systems and develop both a national and an international perspective.’
About our Requirements
Professional qualifications and experience:
- Certified teaching status through a recognised qualification such as a degree in Education, PGCE or equivalent
- Proven work experience in education
- Proven experience of teaching an English medium curriculum at Early Years, Primary or Middle Years level, and preferably, but not essential, experience of teaching an international curriculum
- Proven experience and a deep knowledge of current best-practice in the field of teaching, learning and classroom management
Professional knowledge, skills and understanding:
- Knowledge, skills and understanding of professional practices that relate to diverse and international contexts
- An ability to demonstrate an international mindset and work in a positive and collaborative manner with internal and external stakeholders
- An ability to work within a team
About our Curriculum
All Shell and Shell affiliated schools implement the International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC), the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) and schools with Middle Years provision implement the International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC). Mathematics and Language teaching and learning is guided by the National Curriculum for England.
About Applying to the Shell and Shell Affiliated School’s Pool
Applicants meeting our requirements will be invited to a preliminary Skype/telephone interview. Candidates who are successful in these interviews will be offered a place in the 2018-2019 ‘Shell and Shell Affiliated School’s Pool.’
Depending on vacant positions and location specific requirements, candidates in ‘Pool’ may be shortlisted and invited to attend a final interview led by head teachers. Final interviews are offered on either a face-to-face or virtual basis and most vacancies are for the following academic year.
Candidates who are not shortlisted remain in the ‘Pool’ and may be considered for further positions that arise during the academic year.
About our offers of employment
Shell and Shell affiliated schools offer:
- Highly competitive salaries and benefits packages
- Exciting professional challenges
- Support of a large multi-national company.
Offers of employment are subject to various visa requirements and local rules and legislation in the country of employment. Contracts, remuneration and benefits may vary according to location.
How to apply to the Shell and Shell Affiliated School’s Pool
If you meet our requirements for teaching in a Shell and Shell affiliated school, we welcome your application. The closing date for applications is noon (UK time) Monday 1st October 2018.
We will be conducting preliminary Skype/telephone interviews during October and November.
To complete an online application form and to upload your C.V. / Resume and Personal Statement, please click Here
It is essential that all parts of the application form are completed, and relevant documents are uploaded.
Enquiries should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
EARLY APPLICATIONS ARE ENCOURAGED
Shell and Shell affiliated schools operate in: Brunei, Nigeria, Oman and Russia
Contact Name: Deborah Pamment