International British School Teaching-

Alexandria 

Job Ref: ALET

Founded by Alexander the Great in 331 BC, Alexandria was Egypt's capital for more than a thousand years. Today it has a far more relaxed atmosphere than the capital and has been named 'the cooler, less pushy sister of Cairo.'

The city is a perfect blend of European and Middle Eastern Culture and has the best of both worlds- the bustling, vibrancy of city life with the ability to escape to the beach at Al Mamurah. Alexandria is also renowned for its seafood and boasts some of the best seafood restaurants in Egypt.

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Langauge: Arabic

Currency: Egyptian Pound

Time: GMT +2 hr

Coldest month: January- av.22°C

Warmest month: August- av.37°C

Nearest Airport: Borg EL Arab International & Alexandria International Airport

Historial Landmarks/Places of interest: Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa, Fort Qaitbey, Lighthouse of Alexandria, Montaza Gardens, Bibliotheca Alexandrina

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Title: Primary Homeroom Teacher

 

Contract Length: 2 years (renewable)

 

Start Date: ASAP *Please note Egyptian borders are open for overseas candidates*

About the Role: 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Ensuring high quality teaching, effective use of resources and the highest standards of care, learning and achievement for all pupils with an up to date knowledge and understanding of the professional duties of teachers and the statutory framework of the curriculums in which you work.

  • To take responsibility for implementing school policies and practice as well as understanding the school’s appraisal policy.

  • Promote and support the ethos of the school

  • Work to achieve the general and particular aims of the school, expressed in the School Mission Statement, and the School Improvement Plan

  • To plan effectively to ensure pupils have the opportunity to meet their potential, notwithstanding differences of race and gender, and taking account of the needs of pupils who are under achieving, very able, or not yet fluent in English.

  • To plan effectively to meet the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs and in collaboration with the specialist teachers, prepare, implement, monitor and review Individual Educational Plans.

  • To assess, record and monitor each pupil’s progress in line with the appropriate profiles and to report to parents as well as monitoring pupil’s class and home activities, providing constructive, oral and written feedback. To use teaching strategies that keep pupils engaged through effective questioning, lively presentation and good use of resources as well as creating a safe and stimulating learning environment that supports learning and in which pupils feel secure and confident.

  • To set high expectations for pupil behaviour, establishing and maintaining a good standard of discipline based on mutual respect and personal responsibility.

  • To deal with inappropriate behaviour in the context of the school Mission Statement, Positive Behaviour Policy and Anti-Bullying Policy.

  • To set a good example to the pupils taught through one’s presentation and one’s personal conduct.

 

 

**Please note: A full Person Specification and Job Description will be provided **

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Requirements:

  • Bachelors Degree (minimum) in relevant subject and PGCE or BA in Education

  • Native English Speaking ability

  • Applicants must have Qualified Teacher Status

  • Excellent Computer Skills

 

Applicants are subject to Enhanced DBS Disclosure (formally CRB)

Salary and Benefits:

32000 EGP to 38000EGP (£1480 - £1750) depending on qualifications and years of experience

 

  • Free housing

  • Transportation from and to school and

  • Local insurance.

  • Inbound and outbound flight subsidy on contract completion

 

To apply for this role send a copy of your CV to kate@educatingearth.co.uk with job reference: ALET