Puesto: Maestro de Historia bilingüe
Descripción: KS4/5 HISTORY TEACHER, MEXICO CITY
The Churchill School and Churchill College are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed History teacher, to work with a dedicated team of teachers within the Key Stage 4/5 department to start in August 2018.
The Churchill School and College are members of The Anglo Mexican Foundation and provide bilingual education for children from 2 to 18 years. The School and College are authorised centres for the IB Primary years, Middle years and Diploma programmes and for Cambridge International Examinations.
Mexico City is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city rich in history and culture offering something for everyone. It is one of the largest cities in the world in terms of population and nestled in a valley at 2,300 metres above sea level. The country is diverse offering a wide range of travel opportunities such as beautiful beaches, quaint colonial towns, lush tropical jungles and of course a multitude of archaeological sites.
Teachers are housed in a popular residential area close to the campus, enjoying many local conveniences such as restaurants, shopping centres and theatres as well as access to a network of public transport services.
The successful applicant for this post will:
? Be passionate about teaching and learning;
? Hold a relevant degree and Qualified Teacher Status or equivalent;
? Have at least two years experience in teaching;
? Have experience in, or knowledge about, IB and Cambridge programmes;
? Be able to engage and motivate students;
? Use assessment for learning tools, matching learning to individual needs;
? Seek to consistently improve their own practice;
? Promote the values of the school.
In return, we will offer you:
? Students who are inquirers and highly motivated by dynamic teaching;
? Well educated parents who are committed to the school and their children?s learning;
? Personal and professional development opportunities including career growth within the school and under the umbrella of The Anglo Mexican Foundation;
? Competitive salary (with additional benefits);
? Accommodation allowance;
? Flight allowance;
? Initial 2 year contract (renewable annually thereafter);
? Private health insurance;
? Excellent working environment with supportive and committed staff.
If you would like to be part of the Churchill family we look forward to receiving your application as follows:
4. Interested candidates should apply by sending a letter of application and current CV (including 3 professional referees) addressed to Amanda Jacob, Director General, The Churchill School. The letter should outline their reasons for wishing to obtain a leadership role at The Churchill School and include information regarding their professional/personal qualities and experience in relation to the post.
5. Applications should be sent to: Human Resources at the e-mail bellow mencioned by 15th April 2018.
6. Following an initial filter based on written applications, first stage interviews will take place between15th-30th May 2018. Final face-to-face interviews will take place thereafter at The Churchill School (national candidates) or via Skype/in London (international candidates).