Dates: Apply by 31st May 2017.
Job starts Late August 2017.
Salary: Is commensurate with local Israeli rates.
Benefits may include accommodation and relocation allowance, flight to country at start of contract and return at end of contract.
Location: Jerusalem Contract
Type: Full Time. Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2
Contract Term: Minimum 2 years
Applicant should be:
Someone with experience of UK Literacy and Numeracy National Curriculum and/or the International Primary Curriculum.
A practicing Christian willing to work in a city with complex social and religious cultures.
An excellent class practitioner with experience of working with students of varied cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
A team player with a willing attitude.
For full details and an application form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Interviews will take place (by Skype if applicants are not in Jerusalem) in the last week of April 2017.
This position is subject to the following:
Proof of qualifications (University and Teacher Certificates)
Proof of identity
Israeli visa clearance
Recommendation from Church Leader Full Details:
The school is a Christian school and applicants will be asked for references from their home church leader.
The position is available in Key Stage 1 (Year 1 or Year 2) or in Key Stage 2 (Year 3-Year 5).
The position is for a Homeroom Teacher, teaching UK National Curriculum Literacy and Numeracy and the International Primary Curriculum (topic work incorporating science, history and geography). Art, music and PE are taught by specialists – these periods are non-contact periods for the Homeroom Teacher.
Class sizes are 20 students maximum. The profile of students is of mixed culture and religion, including children with English as an Additional Language.
Duties & Tasks
Duties and Responsibilities
As a member of staff of The Anglican International School you are required to
Comply with the stated existing aims, policies and procedures of the school
Be supportive of colleagues and the school as a whole.
Behave in a manner which is, at all times, appropriate, in accordance with the Christian philosophy and which will not damage the reputation or standing of the school.
Retain confidentiality regarding information concerning individual pupils, colleagues and the school as a whole where appropriate and as required.
Play an active part in the life and development of the school.
Be prepared to accept and respond to any reasonable request or directive which the Head Teacher or the Acting Replacement may require.
Attend in-service education and training courses as well as continued professional development opportunities.
Be punctual and well dressed and behave in a manner which reflects the school’s expectations.
As a teacher at The Anglican International School, Jerusalem, you are expected to:
Teach in accordance with the School’s agreed curriculum policies and procedures.
Teach to a high standard and in a manner which takes account of the individual needs and various levels of ability of the children for whom you are responsible.
Plan and prepare lessons in advance with the school agreed format in order to achieve high quality teaching and learning.
Organise your classroom to meet the needs of your pupils, support curriculum delivery and aid independent learning.
Treat resources and equipment with care and due regard to the needs of the whole school.
Take responsibility for the immediate pastoral welfare and health and safety of the pupils in your charge.
Be responsible for the management and planned use of any Assistant Teachers assigned to work with you and act as their “Line Manager”. Regularly discuss and monitor their work and inform them in good time of your lesson plans.
Plan lessons in accordance with the educational needs, abilities and achievements of individual students and groups of students in the class.
Adopt and work towards the implementation of the School Development Plan
Assess, record and report on the development, progress, attainment and behaviour of students in your care.
Provide written assessments, reports and references relating to individual students when required.
Participate in and contribute to IEP conferences and reviews, collaborating with parents, SMT, Head of Inclusion and other professional stakeholders when necessary.
Be involved in after school activities unless excused to conduct other school or management duties.
Liaise and work supportively and co-operatively with parents.
Promote the school’s good name and reputation in the wider community.
Treat all members of the school community, no matter what their role or position, with respect and consideration.
Support and co-operate with subject coordinators and those in management roles.
Be subject to, assist and take part in monitoring the quality of teaching and learning with the aim of raising and maintaining standards.
Take part in school in-service training sessions and actively seek to develop your own professional skills and competence.
Carry out playground, lunch and after school supervision as assigned to you.
Participate in the development and review of policies and procedures in the school.
Attend assemblies and register pupils.
Plan schemes of work; prepare lessons, set homework and mark work done by pupils.
Set exams and tests as necessary and monitor the progress of pupils.
Attend staff meetings in and out of working hours.
Accept a reasonable number of school duties outside normal teaching.
Participate in the school’s program of extra curricular activities.
Supervise discipline and standards of behaviour and dress within the school, maintaining a high standard and setting a personal example in all those matters.
Assist as necessary with entrance examinations and external examinations held in the school.
Hand over all books, keys, school equipment and records as and when required by the school.