The International School of Uganda seeks dynamic educators who possess a passion for teaching and learning, a commitment to fostering enquiry, reflection and high standards within themselves and their students, and a demonstrated strong work ethic and ability to work collaboratively with colleagues. Successful candidates will share our beliefs in ISU's Learning Principles. Teachers are expected to take an active part in school life beyond the classroom. They are also expected to contribute to the positive social, emotional and character development of the students.
The ideal teacher candidate must have an university degree, the appropriate teaching license or credentials and at least three years teaching experience. Preference is given to those who have been trained in one of the International Baccalaureate Programmes: Diploma, Middle Years, Primary Years. ISU values candidates who have continued their professional development, taught students from culturally diverse backgrounds and who have previously lived and worked overseas.
Senior School (grade 6-12) Principal (Commencing August 2019)
ISU is looking for an experienced leader with vision to lead our well established Senior School. This section currently has 280 students in Grade 6-12. The school has been authorised to offer the MYP and DP programmes for some years. The successful applicant will have experience teaching/administering these programmes in an international setting. Please see below the position statement and the job description as well as instructions regarding how to apply.
Senior School Learning Support Teacher
ISU is looking for an experienced and qualified Learning Support teacher to join our Senior School (Grade 6 -12) team. Teachers with MYP experience are preferred. Please send a cover letter and CV (with the names and contact details of three referees who have been direct supervisors) via email to email@example.com. See the job description for more details.
Please note that all employees of ISU are required to have a recent police clearance before being employed by the School.