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About our Schools
The Shell Group of Companies operates a number of Primary 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 World Class Learning School Management Services.
For information about each school, please click on the right-hand tab of this page and follow the links 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 and preferably, but not essential, experience of teaching an international curriculum at Primary and/or Early Years level
- Proven experience and a deep knowledge of current best-practice in the field of teaching and learning and classroom management
Professional knowledge, skills and understanding:
- An ability to demonstrate knowledge, skills and understanding of professional practice that relates 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 Primary Curriculum (IPC) and the International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC). Mathematics and Language teaching and learning is guided by the National Curriculum for England. Schools with Middle Years provision implement the International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC).
About Applying to the Shell and Shell Affiliated School’s Pool
Applicants meeting our requirements will be invited to a preliminary telephone interview. Candidates who are successful in these interviews will be offered a place in the 2017-18, Shell and Shell affiliated Pool.
Depending on vacant positions and location specific requirements, candidates in the Shell and Shell affiliated Pool may be shortlisted and invited to attend a final assessment led by head teachers. Final assessments 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 Shell and Shell affiliated 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 would welcome your application. The closing date for applications is noon (UK time) on Thursday 12th October 2017.
We will be conducting preliminary Skype/telephone interviews during October, with final interviews beginning in December 2017.
Early applications are encouraged
Enquiries should be emailed to: email@example.com
Shell and Shell affiliated schools operate in: Brunei, Nigeria, Oman and Russia
August 2018 (or earlier if possible)
PDO School is seeking to appoint an effective
teacher, specialising in Special Educational Needs, to join our Learning Support Team.
The school currently has over 550 students on roll from Pre Nursery to Primary 7 (ages 3 to 11 years) from over 40 different nationalities, and for many English is not their first language. We enjoy the accommodation of a new, modern school building with excellent facilities and resources. For further information visit our website www.pdoschool.com
Our students are the children of expatriate employees working for Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) and originate from many different home countries, making us a truly international school. The school is an affiliated Shell school and implements the English National Curriculum, enhanced with elements of the Australian Literacy Curriculum, for English; and the English National Curriculum for Mathematics. The International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC) and the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) are taught across the school.
As a Learning Support Teacher you will:
• Be an excellent and experienced primary teacher with additional qualifications and experience in special education
• Support the achievement of high standards of education, care and provision in all aspects of the school
• Be committed to an inclusive approach to learning for all children
• Have very good interpersonal, communication and organisational skills and be a good team player
• Join a team of experienced, innovative and creative teachers, and be effective in providing specific support to children who are identified as in need of learning, behavioural or emotional support to help them to access the curriculum and enjoy school life
You will need to have:
• Certified teaching status through a recognised qualification such as a degree in Education, PGCE or equivalent
• Additional qualifications relevant to the role of specialist Learning Support Teacher
• A minimum of 4 years primary school teaching experience and a proven track record of high levels of achievement and success for the children you have taught
• Experience of teaching the English National Curriculum or similar
• Experience of the International Primary Curriculum or similar
• Experience of supporting children with learning needs where English is not their first language
• Excellent Computing and technology skills
The successful applicant will be offered a two year contract in the first instance and there may be an option, by mutual agreement, to extend on an annual basis. You will be remunerated with an attractive and competitive salary and additional benefits including housing, education for dependent children and medical care. You will also have the opportunity for further professional development and new challenges.
If you are successful, you will be asked to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (further details on www.homeoffice.gov.uk/dbs) or a police check/clearance from your home/resident country.
Offer of employment is subject to visa requirements and local rules and legislation. A final offer of employment will be conditional upon a satisfactory police check, medical check and visa approval.
How to Apply
Please read the supporting documents below this advert:
• Job description
• Applying for the role of SEN teacher at PDO School
• Person Specification
If you meet the requirements, please download and complete an application form.
Application forms and further enquiries should be emailed to the Head Teacher: Joanne.JS.Speller@pdo.co.om
The closing date for applications is 12 noon (UK time) on Thursday 19 October 2017.
Contact Name: Joanne Speller
We are seeking to appoint a Head Teacher for Mid-August 2018.
Sakhalin International School is a friendly and caring international learning community for 3-13-year old students in which everyone is valued and included. Students are happy to come to school, are well motivated learners and treat each other thoughtfully and with respect. The school has approximately 150 students on roll with over 30 nationalities.
Sakhalin International School is a Primary and Middle school, implementing the International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC), the International Primary Curriculum (IPC), the International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC) and the National Curriculum for England for English and Mathematics.
In 2016, Sakhalin International School was award IPC accreditation at Mastering Level making it the first school world-wide to achieve this recognition. The school’s practices have been the focus of recent international conferences and shared with other schools.
To continue to improve learning, SIS seeks a reflective, adaptable and resilient Head Teacher to develop thinking, relevance and collaboration in its learning environment to find links to bigger and better learning, and support its learners as accountable global citizens.
As Head Teacher, you will:
• Be an effective school leader
• Play a leading role in demonstrating the excellence of our school to stakeholders and within the local and wider community
• Drive and maintain accreditation at Mastering Level in the IPC
• Support the delivery of high standards in all aspects of the school
• Play a key role in leading school development by recognising and developing excellent teaching and learning
• Be expected to work with the local community and develop sustainable projects
You need to have:
• A Post-Graduate Degree in Education or Leadership
• Qualified teacher status with significant and relevant experience in educational leadership and management
• High order management and administrative skills
• Already be a senior leader and have significant experience in an international setting
• A demonstrable professional interest in recent educational developments and initiatives
• Strong communication skills, highly developed interpersonal skills and the ability to work within an international context
• An ability to work in a location that is a close-knit community
• A proven record in leading HSSE and how this is applied in a school context
The successful applicant will be offered a two-year contract in the first instance and there may be an option, by mutual agreement, to extend on an annual contract basis. You will be remunerated with a competitive salary and the opportunity to take on new professional challenges with the support of a large multi-national company.
The offer also includes:
• Additional annual performance bonus
• Company provided accommodation with minimal utilities charges
• Comprehensive international private medical cover
• Free Primary / Middle Years education and subsidised Secondary education for dependent children (where applicable)
• Relocation assistance
For further details about the school please visit: www.sakhalinschool.net
Details about the Shell Affiliated Group of Schools and further information about Sakhalin International School can be found on the TES ‘School’s Group’ pages via the following link:
How to Apply
Download and complete the application form below this advert:
• ‘Head Teacher at Sakhalin International School.’
Completed applications should be submitted with a Personal Statement and a current C.V. to:
The closing date for applications is Friday 27 October 2017 at 12.00 noon (UK time).
If you are successful, you will be asked to apply for an Enhanced Check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (you can find further details on www.homeoffice.gov.uk/dbs) or for a police check/clearance from your home/resident country.
An offer of employment is subject to visa requirements and local rules and legislation. A final offer of employment will be conditional upon a satisfactory police check, medical check and visa approval.
Contact Name: Deborah Pamment