When you aren’t teaching, you will find it very hard not shop; there is nothing you cannot buy when shopping in Dubai. From Electronics, designer labels and gold, the Emirate is packed with huge shopping malls that are accompanied by the older souks.
You will find many people taking refuge away from the blistering sun by shopping and with Dubai famous for its shopping festivals, this could be the perfect work-life balance you are looking for.
Position : Grade 5 Teacher
My client is an international private school that follows the British Curriculum and support NQT teachers from the UK. Located in the heart of Dubai, the school has attracted students of different nationalities, willing learners that play a big part in creating a warm atmosphere for teachers and the progression of the school.
With great leadership within the school and a close relationship with parents; this is the perfect teaching environment.
Bachelor’s degree Primary Education or equivalent
Teaching and or recognized assessor qualification (e.g. PGCE, Cert.Ed)
2 years teaching experience in Primary education
Have an EXCELLENT command of written and spoken English
Being able to speak Arabic is beneficial
Interviews are being scheduled, APPLY NOW to secure your interview by sending your me on +44 203 455 0195
Minimum Application Requirements
Qualification : Minimum Qualification Requirement : BA (Hons) Experience : 2 Years Type of Staff : Male or Female can apply to this job Must be western trained (USA, Canada, UK, Scotland, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand & South Africa) Prefer a native speaker of English Newly Qualified Teachers are NOT considered A Newly Qualified Teachers program is not provided Prefer candidates with international experience Open University qualification(s) are NOT accepted Teachers with a degree but no teaching qualification are NOT accepted Experienced teachers with no qualification are NOT accepted Non-western trained teachers who have international education experience international educational institute before are accepted