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Current Vacancies

Our School Philosophy commits to both academic excellence and unity. We therefore strive to employ highly motivated, international and talented teachers with outstanding creative minds to make learning a lively and fulfilling experience for our students. We are currently seeking teachers with experience in Early Years and Kindergarten Teaching as well as the IB PYP and MYP.

Applicants must have a relevant degree and teaching qualification as well as a minimum of two years’ qualified teaching experience in an international context and/or a Swiss Primary School in either French or German.

If you are interested in becoming part of our dynamic team, please apply for the relevant vacancy below.

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Recruitment Disclaimer

We have recently become aware of individuals and/or employment/recruitment agencies offering false employment opportunities in the name of Swiss International School Dubai (SISD).These perpetrators pose themselves as representatives of the Human Resources Department at SISD or recruiters acting on behalf of SISD by sending emails to persons offering them attractive jobs with our school or providing them with contracts of employment purporting to be from SISD. Candidates who respond to such emails or register with these employment agencies are asked to pay a sum of money by way of a guarantee for the placement. SISD does not collect interview fees from applicants nor does it authorise any employment/recruitment agency to offer and/or execute any employment contracts on behalf of SISD. All employment offers and contracts are handled by our Human Resource Department directly with the potential employee. All available career opportunities are posted on our website through the Careers page.

We recommend that you do not:

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If you receive such proposals, we would advise that you contact your local police and provide them with all information you may have from the senders (email addresses, phone/fax details, employment contracts, etc).

The role of a Secondary Subject Teacher is to deliver excellent teaching and learning in the context of the IB Middle Years Programme (grades 6 to 10) and IB Diploma Programme (grades 11 and 12) in relation to the subject taught.

SISD identifies the role of Inclusion Teacher as pivotal in achieving its aim of excellence for all. The mission of the Inclusion Teacher will be to identify and ensure the school addresses learning needs in order for SISD to become an inclusive learning environment in which diversity is celebrated.

The role of a Secondary Subject Teacher is to deliver excellent teaching and learning in the context of the IB Middle Years Programme (grades 6 to 10) and IB Diploma Programme (grades 11 and 12) in relation to the subject taught.

The Subject Coordinator at SISD is expected to ensure high quality education for all students in their specialist area and to improve the quality of learning and standards of achievement.

The Arts and Design Coordinator plays a key role in the whole-school implementation and organization of Art, Design, Drama and Music in close collaboration with the Head of Secondary and the MYP/DP/CP coordinators. He/She is responsible for the facilitation of design and arts teaching that is collaboratively planned, communicated, taught and assessed. He/She is responsible for the quality and organization of portfolio-based assessment for external IB moderation.

The duties outlined in this job description are in addition to those covered as Secondary Years Subject Teacher.

The role of a Secondary Subject Teacher is to deliver excellent teaching and learning in the context of the IB Middle Years Programme (grades 6 to 10) in relation to the subject taught.

The role of the Early Years Teacher is to build and maintain a successful Early Years within the school by providing an educational atmosphere conductive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry. All lessons are to be delivered in the German language.

The role of the Early Years Teacher is to build and maintain a successful Early Years within the school by providing an educational atmosphere conductive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry. All lessons are to be delivered in the Arabic language.

The role of a Secondary Subject Teacher is to deliver excellent teaching and learning in the context of the IB Middle Years Programme (grades 6 to 10) in relation to the subject taught.

The role of the Primary Class Teacher is to build and maintain successful teaching and learning in the Primary School by providing an educational atmosphere conductive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry. All lessons are to be conducted in French.

The role of the Primary Class Teacher is to build and maintain successful teaching and learning in the Primary School by providing an educational atmosphere conductive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry.

The role of the Early Years Teacher is to build and maintain a successful Early Years within the school by providing an educational atmosphere conductive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry. All lessons are to be delivered in the English language.

The role of the Primary Music Teacher is to build and maintain successful teaching and learning in music in the Primary School by providing an educational atmosphere conductive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry.

The main function of this post is to be an adult presence in the Boarding House (to include covering night duties) and to be responsible for the safeguarding, welfare and security of pupils by assisting the Head of Boarding and his team in the supervision of the health and welfare of the pupils and their ‘House’, the physical building within which they live. This is a residential/live in role.

The IBDPC ensures the full and successful implementation of an engaging and student-centered IB Diploma Programme at SISD. The role of the IBDPC is diverse and crucial to the success of the programme.

We believe that our most vulnerable and challenging students deserve the best education provision possible and see this leadership role as a unique opportunity to make a significant difference to the life of our SISD’s students. The role will involve strategic development of the school’s inclusion and child protection policy and its underlying practices. To be part of the senior leadership team and positively support the aims and ethos of the school as identified by the Head of School.

We are looking to add to our list of supply teachers who cover for our permanent teachers when they are absent from school.
• French native speaking Early Years & Primary Class Teachers
• German native speaking Early Years & Primary Class Teachers
• English native speaking Early Years & Primary Class Teachers
• Specialist Teachers (Art, Music, PE)