high school social studies teacher - egypt

posted:
location
egypt
job category
international teaching
job type
contract
salary
£ 23,000 - £ 24,000 per year
reference number
BBBH24129
contact
the middle east team, teachanywhere
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job description

High School Social Studies Teacher, Cairo, Egypt - ASAP or January 2020

Curriculum: US Common Core
Salary: £23,000+ Tax Free
Experience: 3 years
Sponsorship: Single or Married Teaching Couples
Contract: Two Year Renewable


School Ethos:

To prepare students for life, and provide academic and social help, guidance, counselling and special educational support, and in particular programmes that develop character and confidence.

This private school, established in 1982 follows two streams of curriculum - both US common core and UK curriculum. The schools are adjoined and share some superb facilities including a recently renovated campus provides modern Science and ICT labs, Art studios, a Dance and Drama Theatre, as well as spacious outdoor PE facilities.

Academic achievement is strong and many students go onto Universities in both Egypt and Overseas.

The school's superb 14 acre campus is located in New Giza and opened in 2017. This is a new and wealthy suburb of Cairo.

Requirements:

3 years experience and a Bachelors degree and relevant teaching certificate are required for ministry approval. Resilient, Flexible and independent characteristics are desirable. You will be teaching Science to middle and high school level.

There is some flexibility on start date. Teachers who can relocate ASAP are highly sought however a January start is also possible for the right candidate.

Package:

Comprehensive package including a tax free salary, housing allowance,
(Depending upon standard and location, furnished rental can be anything from £350-500 per month in popular expatriate locations). Annual flights, medical insurance, 30kg freight allowance and bus transportation. Bonuses are awarded to those who renew their 2 year contract.

skills

knowledge of curriculum

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