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Why work for an Orbital School?

  • Teach internationally in an expanding group of British owned and managed schools
  • Be part of an entrepreneurial company with a long history in international education
  • Enhance your CV by working for a company that is widely known and respected
  • Experience living in an exciting new country
  • Develop your knowledge and experience through collaboration with colleagues and students across the globe
  • Benefit from enhanced professional development opportunities via recognised and accredited professional development programmes
  • Take advantage of opportunities for career development within the group, enabling you to see the world whilst progressing in an attractive and rewarding career.

Current vacancies

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Founding Principals
Leadership
Manchester, United Kingdom Find out moreClose

Founding Principals

Orbital Education Head Office, England

Package: Competitive packages and support from a UK based management team

Start date: September 2018

Contract type: Full time

The Orbital Education group of schools is growing rapidly. We have 10 campuses and the number of schools within the group continues to grow each year.

As well as the continued growth of our schools in Moscow, Mallorca, Budapest, Shanghai, Ljubljana, Quito and Doha, we have an active stream of new and exciting projects.

We shall a have variety of exciting opportunities for Headteachers in our new schools globally within the next 12 months.

We would like to receive your CV at the following email address: founding-principals@orbitaled.com

Primary School Teachers - Future Opportunities
Primary
The English International School Moscow, East Campus Find out moreClose

Primary School Teachers - Future Opportunities

The English International School Moscow, East Campus, Russia

Package: Competitive

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Start date: April 2019

Contract type: Part and Full Time Roles will be available

Contract term: Permanent

Are you a fully qualified, inspirational and highly motivated Primary School Teacher, interested in a new opportunity overseas? Or do you know somebody who is? If so, you may wish to explore the fantastic opportunities we have to join our successful International School in Moscow.

We are currently welcoming applications and expressions of interest from fully qualified Primary School Teachers, who wish to be considered for future and upcoming roles at our various campuses across Moscow.

Living and Working in Moscow: The experience of living and working in Moscow has been said to be quite unlike anything else on earth, due to the unique and fascinating culture the city offers. An iconic, global and rapidly expanding city, Moscow has played a central role in the development of Russia and the world.

The city has changed a great deal in recent decades, to the vibrant international metropolis it is today, offering a bustling and exciting lifestyle and rich culture steeped in history. Moscow's monuments are some of the most immediately recognisable in the world, from Red Square and the high red walls of the Kremlin, to St Basil's Cathedral's onion domes and many other hidden riches waiting to be discovered.

Moscow is a welcoming and modern city, with four international airports and numerous rail transport links, meaning transport to Europe and the UK is simple to access and navigate.

About the School and Group: The English International School Moscow East (englishedmoscow.com)is an established British style, international school in Moscow. We offer learning and teaching experiences based on the Early Years Foundation Stage and English National Curriculum enhanced to meet the needs of our international student body. Secondary students are prepared for Cambridge University and Pearson Edexcel IGCSE and A Level examinations.

The school is accommodated in well-resourced premises that are situated in the residential district of Novogireevo, a 25 minute metro ride from Central Moscow. At the East Campus we have capacity for 250 pupils from 3 – 18 years of age, making it unique in the city with regard to its smaller school and family feel environment. The school currently has a student population of over 110 pupils with class sizes all under 20 pupils. We also have two other campuses across the city of Moscow, in the West and South West areas of the city.

The English School of Moscow is part of the Orbital Education group, an expanding group of international schools specialising in providing a British Education to an internationally diverse student population. In addition to our schools in Moscow, the Orbital group have schools in China, Mallorca, Budapest, Slovenia, Ecuador and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop schools in new regions across the globe.

Working at the school would provide the opportunity to work and collaborate with colleagues at our partner school but also at schools across the world, supporting you to achieve excellent outcomes which enable our students to achieve their potential. After two years’ successful employment you also have the opportunity to be considered for roles at our other schools, giving you the opportunity to see the world at the same time as progressing in your career.

How to register you interest - We are currently welcoming applications from qualified Primary School Teachers interested in future opportunities at the school, completing the attached application form downloadable below. We anticipate there will certainly be vacancies for the 2019/20 Academic year and beyond.

Please apply by email, with your CV, including a current photograph, a letter of application and the names and email contacts of two referees, one of whom must be your current or most recent employer. In any application we would be grateful if you can confirm whether you are available for an immediate start, from mid year 2019 or alternatively beyond.

Please submit your application via the link below: Applications should be made to School Principal, Malcolm Phillips at principaleast@englishedmoscow.com Once received your application will be held to be shortlisted for a post as soon as a vacancy arises. At this point, if your application is successful you will be invited to a telephone/Skype conversation with Mr Phillips, School Principal.

The English International School of Moscow is committed to safeguarding children and young people. All post-holders are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS (in the UK) or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence

Primary School Teachers - Future Opportunities
Primary
Baleares International College, Sant Agusti Campus Find out moreClose

Primary School Teachers - Future Opportunities

Baleares International College, Sant Agusti Campus, Spain

Package: Competitive

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Start date: April 2019

Contract type: Part and Full Time Roles will be available

Contract term: Permanent

We are currently welcoming applications and expressions of interest from fully qualified, inspirational and highly motivated Primary School Teachers, who wish to be considered for future and upcoming roles at our growing school.

Living and Working in Mallorca: As a relaxed, friendly and cosmopolitan island, working in Mallorca has many benefits. From the beautiful beaches and coves spread across its 550km coastline, to the majestic world heritage Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, the splendid landscape means you are never far from the mountains or sea. The international city of Palma de Mallorca is also close by, one of Spain’s major cities, steeped in history, wonderful architecture, shops and restaurants. With an added benefit of cheap and short haul transport links to the UK and Europe - via Palma de Mallorca Airport – home, and some of Europe’s finest cities are only a short journey away.

About the School and Group - Baleares International College (BIC) http://www.balearesint.net/Sant-Agusti-Campus is a growing British-curriculum international school serving the international community in Mallorca. We offer a high-quality education from Nursery to Year 6 with small class sizes of up to 20.

The school is accommodated in a beautiful building just outside of Palma in Sant Agusti. The school has approximately 100 students and is rapidly increasing in numbers.

BIC is part of the Orbital Education group, an expanding group of international schools specialising in providing a British Education to an internationally diverse student population. In addition to our partner school in Mallorca, BIC Sa Porrassa, the Orbital group have schools in China, Russia, Hungary, Slovenia, Ecuador and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop schools in new regions across the globe. Working at the school would provide the opportunity to work and collaborate with colleagues at our partner school but also at schools across the world, supporting you to achieve excellent outcomes which enable our students to achieve their potential. After two years’ successful employment you also have the opportunity to be considered for roles at our other schools, giving you the opportunity to see the world at the same time as progressing in your career.

How to register you interest - We currently welcome applications from qualified Primary School Teachers interested in future opportunities at the school. We expect there will certainly be vacancies for the 2019/20 Academic year and beyond.

Please apply by email, with your CV, including a current photograph, a letter of application and the names and email contacts of two referees, one of whom must be your current or most recent employer.

Please submit your application via the link below: Applications should be made to School Principal, Lowri Millar at lowri.millar@balearesint.net. Once received your application will be held to be shortlisted for a post as soon as a vacancy arises. At this point, if your application is successful you will be invited to a telephone/Skype conversation with Ms Millar, School Principal.

Baleares International College is committed to safeguarding children and young people. All post-holders are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS (in the UK) or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence

Marketing and Admissions Manager
Leadership
Baleares International College Palma, Sa Porrassa Campus Find out moreClose

Marketing and Admissions Manager

Baleares International College Palma, Sa Porrassa Campus, Spain

Package: Competitive

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Start date: January 2019

Contract type: Full Time

Contract term: Permanent

Are you an enthusiastic, and experienced marketing professional, interested in a challenging new opportunity at our successful international schools in Mallorca? Or do you know somebody who is?

If so, you will be interested in this fantastic opportunity to join us as our Marketing Manager.

About the role We are seeking to appoint a talented individual to lead and manage the Marketing and Admissions function at the Baleares International College, Mallorca, across our two sites in Palma and just outside of Magaluf. This is key role, reporting into the School Principals.

The successful candidate will be required to implement an effective marketing & admissions strategy, to ensure the schools achieve their student growth ambitions.

The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate success in driving results, conversions and admissions, clearly being able to link, through CRM software or otherwise, the impact of marketing activities on results.

Proactivity, ambition and energy will be key to this role.

Baleares International College (BIC)www.balearesint.net/ is the largest British Curriculum school in Mallorca, providing education based on the English National Curriculum to over 580 students (from 4 to 18 years) across two campuses. The role would be responsible for the Marketing and Admissions function at both sites.

We are accredited by the Spanish Ministry of Education based upon inspection and recommendation by the British Council and are a founding member of the National Association of British Schools in Spain (NABSS). The school is also a member of the Orbital Education group, an expanding group of international schools specialising in providing the English National Curriculum to an internationally diverse student population. In addition to our two schools in Mallorca, we also have schools in Hungary, Slovenia, China, Russia, Ecuador, and the Middle East, with plans to develop schools in new regions across the globe. In this role you would have opportunity to collaborate and work with individuals across the group, and the Group Head of Marketing and Admissions to achieve success.

Benefits of working at an Orbital Education School

Orbital Education focuses on delivering the very best in British education to its students around the globe. It’s an expanding group with schools already in Spain, Hungary, Slovenia, China, Russia, Ecuador and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop new schools across the globe. Key reasons to work at an Orbital Education School include:

  1. Opportunities to collaborate with colleagues and students worldwide
  2. Enhanced professional development opportunities, through partnerships with specialist learning providers to offer recognised and accredited professional development programmes.
  3. Opportunities for both career development and movement within the group, providing opportunity to see the world whilst progressing an attractive and rewarding career.

About you The ideal candidate for this exciting and challenging role will:

  • Be educated to degree level or vocational equivalent, with a recognised marketing qualification and/or significant practice experience 3-5 years plus
  • Have passion and a drive for excellence at all levels
  • Be able to demonstrate success in driving results and marketing performance
  • Be familiar with management information systems, management of websites and social media channels
  • Be confident in identifying trends and market changes in a data-rich environment
  • Be a native level English speaker

Applications If this describes you, and you are excited by the opportunity to join our growing team, your application should be sent to applications@balearesint.net. Applications are preferred by completing our application form which can be found by clicking the following link https://orbitaled.com/files/BIC-Job-Application-Form-3.docx Alternatively updated CV can also be sent.

Closing date:We encourage interested applicants to apply immediately to avoid disappointment, as this vacancy may close prior to the closing date, upon the right candidate being found. Successful applicants will be contacted by telephone/skype for a brief conversation to assess initial interest and to support the shortlisting process. If you have not been contacted by 1 April 2019 please assume that, on this occasion your application has not been shortlisted.

Baleares International College is committed to safeguarding children and young people. All post-holders are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS (in the UK) or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence

Science Teacher (Physics or Bio/Chem)
Secondary
British International School of Ljubljana Find out moreClose

Science Teacher (Physics or Bio/Chem)

British International School of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Package: Competitive

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Start date: August 2019

Contract type: Full Time

Contract term: Fixed term initially (2 years) then permanent

Are you a fully qualified, enthusiastic and passionate Science Teacher, seeking a new opportunity at a successful international school? If so, you will be interested in this exciting opportunity to join our growing school in Ljubljana from August 2019.

About the School

British International School of Ljubljana (BISL) (http://www.britishschool.si/) is a growing British-style school serving students aged between 3 and 18 from over 50 nationalities in the capital of beautiful Slovenia, Europe’s “hidden jewel”. Classes are small and the students are eager to learn. BISL is an accredited member of COBIS and was most recently inspected in 2017 to successfully secure British Schools Overseas status.

About the Opportunity

We are interested to hear from all Science teachers who have specialism to teach either Physics or Biology & Chemistry, as we have flexibility in the teaching timetable to appoint a specialist Physics, Bio/Chem teacher.

Our Secondary Teachers are responsible for inspiring and enthusing students in their development of knowledge and skills within Key Stage 3/4/5 and in their preparation for IGCSE and A-Level examinations.

The successful applicant will be an outstanding classroom practitioner, able to demonstrate a proven commitment to the highest standards of teaching and learning and student achievement; someone with drive and passion who believes in creating a unique, inspiring and outstanding place for learning, able to excite and challenge students of all abilities to make great progress. Applicants should also be prepared to contribute to the wider community aspect of school life, which is expected of every member of the teaching staff.

Applicants must have a relevant degree, teaching qualification and experience of successfully teaching Science specialisms across Key Stage 3/4/5 and IGCSE/A Level. Experience of working with EAL learners from a variety of cultures will be an advantage.

As an English school specialising in the English National Curriculum to a diverse international student population, strong English language is an essential requirement and applications from native-level speakers of English will be preferred. Because of difficulties in obtaining a visa and residency, it may not be possible to consider applicants from nationalities outside of the UK and Europe.

Benefits of working at an Orbital Education School

Orbital Education focuses on delivering the very best in British education to its students around the globe. It’s an expanding group with schools already in Spain, Hungary, Slovenia, China, Russia, Ecuador and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop new schools across the globe. Key reasons to work at an Orbital Education School include:

  • Opportunities to collaborate with colleagues and students worldwide
  • Enhanced professional development opportunities, through partnerships with specialist learning providers to offer recognised and accredited professional development programmes.
  • Opportunities for both career development and movement within the group, providing opportunity to see the world whilst progressing an attractive and rewarding career.

Living and working in Slovenia

Slovenia is a beautiful, diverse and culturally rich environment with opportunities to get involved in a wide range of outdoor adventures, all close within the proximity of Ljubljana. The historic city centre is located just 8 kilometres away from the school. Slovenia is seen by many as an incredibly safe, peaceful and environmentally friendly place. Performing and the Creative Arts are showcased widely through the city including a range of stunning galleries, museums and exhibitions.

Applications should include a covering letter addressed to the Principal, Mr. P. Walton, along with an up-to-date curriculum vitae, photograph and details of three referees, one of whom should be the current or most recent employer. In the title of your application please state your particular science specialism, whether this be Physics or Bio/Chem.

Applications should be sent, as one combined PDF document, by e-mail with “SCI2019” in the subject field to vacancies@britishschool.si or paul.walton@britishschool.si.

Closing date for applications is 7 April 2019. However, the school reserves the right to appoint before this deadline once the right candidate is found.

British International School of Ljubljana is committed to safeguarding children and young people. As part of the school’s commitment to safeguarding, all post-holders are subject to background checks and an International Child Protection Certificate administered by ACRO https://www.acro.police.uk/icpc/ (if ever worked or lived in the UK), Prohibition Checks where appropriate and/or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence.

Primary & EYFS Teacher
Primary
The English International School Moscow, West Campus Find out moreClose

Primary & EYFS Teacher

The English International School Moscow, West Campus, Russia

Package: Competitive

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Start date: August 2019

Contract type: Full Time

Contract term: Fixed Term - Renewable

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and qualified Primary School / EYFS Teacher, to join our successful and growing group of schools in Moscow.

About the Schools

English International School, Moscow comprises three campuses in the East, West and South West regions of Moscow and are recognised for the outstanding quality of education they provide to students aged 3 – 18, not only here in Moscow but globally. The schools also forms part of the Orbital Education group, an expanding group of international schools providing a British Education to an internationally diverse student population. In addition to our three schools in Moscow, the Orbital group have schools in other culturally attractive and historically important destinations, such as Spain, Hungary, Shanghai, Ecuador, Slovenia and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop schools in new regions across the globe. As part of the Orbital group, our staff have the opportunity to work and collaborate with colleagues around the world, supporting them to achieve excellent outcomes and enabling their students to achieve their potential. After two years’ successful employment, staff also have the opportunity to be considered for roles at other schools within the group, giving them the opportunity to see the world at the same time as progressing their career.

About the Role

The role will commence in August 2019 and will teach within the primary or early years section of the South-West or West campus. An excellent remuneration package is available upon appointment.

We are seeking professionals who:

  • are U.K. trained or have relevant ENC experience
  • are passionate about education,
  • inspire their pupils through their engaging and demanding teaching,
  • participate in all aspects of school life,
  • create a warm and safe community, to which parents and pupils are proud to belong,
  • are flexible and have a sense of humour,
  • enjoy being part of a British owned and managed group of schools with all the consequent benefits this brings.

We invite applications from candidates who have a relevant Bachelor degree and PGCE or BEd and preferably, a minimum of 2 years teaching experience of the English National Curriculum.

If this describes you and you are keen to join our excellent school and friendly, supportive and hardworking staff team, then we would welcome an application from you. Your application should be submitted by email and should include a CV with photograph, a letter of application and the names and email contacts of three referees, one of whom must be your current or most recent employer.

Please submit your application to the Principal, Ms Nicola Hemingway principalsouthwest@englishedmoscow.com

Closing date – 31st March 2019

Interviews will take place by skype and will commence immediately from the date of advertising until the post is filled. Prior to starting the post, the employee will have to present an up to date DBS certificate or Police Check from their current country of employment along with original and notarised copies of their qualifications. The school reserves the right to appoint before this deadline if the right candidate is found.

English International School (EIS) Moscow West, South - West is committed to safeguarding children and young people. As part of the school’s commitment to safeguarding, all post-holders are subject to background checks and an International Child Protection Certificate administered by ACRO https://www.acro.police.uk/icpc/ (if ever worked or lived in the UK), Prohibition Checks where appropriate and/or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence.

Primary & EYFS Teacher
Primary
The English International School Moscow, South-West Campus Find out moreClose

Primary & EYFS Teacher

The English International School Moscow, South-West Campus, Russia

Package: Competitive

View school details

Start date: August 2019

Contract type: Full Time

Contract term: Fixed Term - Renewable

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and qualified Primary School / EYFS Teacher, to join our successful and growing group of schools in Moscow.

About the Schools

English International School, Moscow comprises three campuses in the East, West and South West regions of Moscow and are recognised for the outstanding quality of education they provide to students aged 3 – 18, not only here in Moscow but globally. The schools also forms part of the Orbital Education group, an expanding group of international schools providing a British Education to an internationally diverse student population. In addition to our three schools in Moscow, the Orbital group have schools in other culturally attractive and historically important destinations, such as Spain, Hungary, Shanghai, Ecuador, Slovenia and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop schools in new regions across the globe. As part of the Orbital group, our staff have the opportunity to work and collaborate with colleagues around the world, supporting them to achieve excellent outcomes and enabling their students to achieve their potential. After two years’ successful employment, staff also have the opportunity to be considered for roles at other schools within the group, giving them the opportunity to see the world at the same time as progressing their career.

About the Role

The role will commence in August 2019 and will teach within the primary or early years section of the South-West or West campus. An excellent remuneration package is available upon appointment.

We are seeking professionals who:

  • are U.K. trained or have relevant ENC experience
  • are passionate about education,
  • inspire their pupils through their engaging and demanding teaching,
  • participate in all aspects of school life,
  • create a warm and safe community, to which parents and pupils are proud to belong,
  • are flexible and have a sense of humour,
  • enjoy being part of a British owned and managed group of schools with all the consequent benefits this brings.

We invite applications from candidates who have a relevant Bachelor degree and PGCE or BEd and preferably, a minimum of 2 years teaching experience of the English National Curriculum.

If this describes you and you are keen to join our excellent school and friendly, supportive and hardworking staff team, then we would welcome an application from you. Your application should be submitted by email and is preferred by completion of application form - Select download below. Your application should include a photograph, a letter of application and the names and email contacts of three referees, one of whom must be your current or most recent employer.

Please submit your application to the Principal, Ms Nicola Hemingway principalsouthwest@englishedmoscow.com

Closing date – 31st March 2019

Interviews will take place by skype and will commence immediately from the date of advertising until the post is filled. Prior to starting the post, the employee will have to present an up to date DBS certificate or Police Check from their current country of employment along with original and notarised copies of their qualifications. The school reserves the right to appoint before this deadline if the right candidate is found.

English International School (EIS) Moscow West, South - West is committed to safeguarding children and young people. As part of the school’s commitment to safeguarding, all post-holders are subject to background checks and an International Child Protection Certificate administered by ACRO https://www.acro.police.uk/icpc/ (if ever worked or lived in the UK), Prohibition Checks where appropriate and/or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence.

English Teacher
Secondary
Britannica International School Budapest Find out moreClose

English Teacher

Britannica International School Budapest, Hungary

Package: Competitive

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Start date: August 2019

Contract type: Full time

Contract term: Initially for two years (mutually renewable)

Do you want a role where you can make a real impact? Do you want to work in a stimulating International setting for a growing global Educational company? If so, you will be interested by this fantastic opportunity to join our successful International School in Budapest.

We are looking for a committed, dynamic and passionate teacher who can plan and deliver outstanding lessons across the Secondary English curriculum. You will be someone with drive and passion who believes in creating a unique, inspiring and outstanding place for learning.

The School is seeking to appoint a well -qualified specialist English teacher with effect from August 1st, 2019. The person appointed will be capable of teaching in Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. You will be able to excite and challenge students to make rapid progress and will be able to demonstrate a commitment to high standards of teaching and learning.

The English department is well resourced and benefits from the use of a dedicated suite of rooms.

Living and Working in Budapest:

Budapest is Eastern Europe’s up and coming expat hotspot and an increasing number of people are relocating to Budapest each year. The Hungarian capital has all the things Western European cities have to offer – good quality of living, diverse culture and attractive job opportunities – with a much lower cost of living. You may wish to visit the following website, which compares the cost of living in different cities around the world.

http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_cities.jsp?country1=United+Kingdom&country2=Hungary&city1=Brighton&city2=Budapest

Britannica International School, Budapest

Britannica International School is the longest established British School in Hungary. We cater for children from five to eighteen years of age. We have a thriving Primary Department and an excellent Secondary Department.

The foundation of our educational programme is the National Curriculum for England suitably enhanced to reflect our truly international nature. In the Secondary Department, International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), Advanced Subsidiary Levels (AS) and Advanced Levels (A Levels), provide graduating students with gold standard diplomas for entry to leading universities around the world including those at Oxford and Cambridge. In recent years our public examination scores have been above the UK national average and our A level grades have allowed our students to enter many prestigious universities, both in Hungary and abroad. The school is a registered Cambridge International Examinations Centre and a full member of the Council of International Schools.

Orbital Education

The Britannica International School, Budapest is part of the Orbital Education group, an expanding group of international schools specialising in providing the English National Curriculum to an internationally diverse student population, between the ages of 3 and 18 years.

In addition to our school in Budapest, the Orbital Education group have schools in Mallorca-Spain, Slovenia, China, Russia, Ecuador, and the Middle East, with plans to develop schools in new regions across the globe. In this role, you would have opportunity to collaborate and work with teaching staff at other schools across the group, to support our students achieve their potential. After two years’ successful employment you would also have the option to be considered for roles at other schools across the group, providing the opportunity to progress your career while also seeing the world.

Duties and responsibilities specific to the post: Our Teachers are responsible for delivering high quality learning in an organised, happy and safe environment. They work together with other teaching colleagues in medium and short-term planning, target setting and monitoring to ensure challenge and the very best possible progress for every pupil. They participate in the broader life of the school, enriching the learning experience for students.

Applicants should be committed and outstanding teaching practitioners, able to lead by example, possessing excellent IT, organisational and communication skills.

For more information please refer to the separate Job Description and Person Specification provided.

Applications

Applications should be made by e-mail and include a covering letter addressed to Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal, along with a colour photograph and an updated CV including the details of two referees, one of whom should be your most recent employer. Interested applicants should review the job profile and person specification, and ensure their covering letter highlights how their experience, knowledge and skills match those of the ideal candidate.

Applications should be sent to: recruitment@britannicaschool.hu

Closing date: The school reserves the right to appoint before this deadline if the right candidate is found so early application is recommended. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by telephone/skype for a brief conversation with Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal.

If you have not been contacted before 31st March 2019 please assume that, on this occasion, your application has not been shortlisted.

Safer recruitment

Britannica International School, Budapest is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all of its staff and stakeholders to share this commitment. As part of the school’s commitment to safeguarding, all post-holders are subject to background checks and an International Child Protection Certificate administered by ACRO https://www.acro.police.uk/icpc/ (if ever worked or lived in the UK), Prohibition Checks where appropriate and/or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence.

Computer Science / IT Teacher
Secondary
Britannica International School Budapest Find out moreClose

Computer Science / IT Teacher

Britannica International School Budapest, Hungary

Package: Competitive

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Start date: August 2019

Contract type: Full time

Contract term: Initially for two years (mutually renewable)

Are you a fully qualified, experienced, and highly motivated Computer Science / IT Teacher, seeking a new role where you can make a real impact?

Do you want to work in a stimulating International setting for a growing global Educational company? If so, you will be interested by this fantastic opportunity to join our successful International School in Budapest.

About the School

Britannica International School is the longest established British School in Hungary. We cater for children from five to eighteen years of age. We have a thriving Primary Department and an excellent Secondary Department.

The foundation of our educational programme is the National Curriculum for England suitably enhanced to reflect our truly international nature. In the Secondary Department, International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), Advanced Subsidiary Levels (AS) and Advanced Levels (A Levels), provide graduating students with gold standard diplomas for entry to leading universities around the world including those at Oxford and Cambridge. In recent years our public examination scores have been above the UK national average and our A level grades have allowed our students to enter many prestigious universities, both in Hungary and abroad. The school is a registered Cambridge International Examinations Centre and a full member of the Council of International Schools.

About the Opportunity

We are looking for a committed, dynamic and passionate teacher who can plan and deliver outstanding lessons across the Secondary Computer Science curriculum. You will be someone with drive and passion who believes in creating a unique, inspiring and outstanding place for learning.

The School is seeking to appoint a well -qualified specialist Computer Science teacher with effect from August 1st, 2019. The person appointed will be capable of teaching in Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. You will be able to excite and challenge students to make rapid progress and will be able to demonstrate a commitment to high standards of teaching and learning. The Computer Science department is well resourced and benefits from the use of a dedicated suite of rooms.

Our Teachers are responsible for delivering high quality learning in an organised, happy and safe environment. They work together with other teaching colleagues in medium and short-term planning, target setting and monitoring to ensure challenge and the very best possible progress for every pupil. They participate in the broader life of the school, enriching the learning experience for students. Applicants should be committed and outstanding teaching practitioners, able to lead by example, possessing excellent IT, organisational and communication skills.

As an English school specialising in the English National Curriculum to a diverse international student population, strong English language is an essential requirement and applications from native-level speakers of English will be preferred. For more information please refer to the separate Job Description and Person Specification provided.

Benefits of working at an Orbital Education School

Orbital Education focuses on delivering the very best in British education to its students around the globe. It’s an expanding group with schools already in Spain, Hungary, Slovenia, China, Russia, Ecuador and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop new schools across the globe. Key reasons to work at an Orbital Education School include:

  • Opportunities to collaborate with colleagues and students worldwide
  • Enhanced professional development opportunities, through partnerships with specialist learning providers to offer recognised and accredited professional development programmes.
  • Opportunities for both career development and movement within the group, providing opportunity to see the world whilst progressing an attractive and rewarding career.

Living and working in Budapest

Budapest is Eastern Europe’s up and coming expat hotspot and an increasing number of people are relocating to Budapest each year. The Hungarian capital has all the things Western European cities have to offer – good quality of living, diverse culture and attractive job opportunities – with a much lower cost of living. You may wish to visit the following website, which compares the cost of living in different cities around the world.

http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_cities.jsp?country1=United+Kingdom&country2=Hungary&city1=Brighton&city2=Budapest

Applications - Applications should be made by e-mail and include a covering letter addressed to Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal, along with a colour photograph and an updated CV including the details of two referees, one of whom should be your most recent employer. Interested applicants should review the job profile and person specification, and ensure their covering letter highlights how their experience, knowledge and skills match those of the ideal candidate.

Applications should be sent to: recruitment@britannicaschool.hu

Closing date The closing date for applications is 31st March 2019. The school reserves the right to appoint before this deadline if the right candidate is found so early applications are recommended. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by telephone/skype for a brief conversation with Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal.

Final interviews will be held in the week beginning 4th April 2019. If you have not been contacted by this date, please assume that, on this occasion, your application has not been shortlisted.

Safeguarding – Britannica International School, Budapest is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all of its staff and stakeholders to share this commitment. As part of the school’s commitment to safeguarding, all post-holders are subject to background checks and an International Child Protection Certificate administered by ACROhttps://www.acro.police.uk/icpc/ (if ever worked or lived in the UK), Prohibition Checks where appropriate and/or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence.

Physics Teacher
Primary
Baleares International College Palma, Sa Porrassa Campus Find out moreClose

Physics Teacher

Baleares International College Palma, Sa Porrassa Campus, Spain

Package: Competitive

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Start date: August 2019

Contract type: Full Time

Contract term: Permanent

Are you a fully qualified, inspirational, and highly motivated Teacher of Physics, seeking a new opportunity at a successful and growing international school? If so, you will be interested in this exciting opportunity to join our established and respected International school in Mallorca, from September 2019 or earlier (subject to availability)

About the School

Baleares International College (BIC) https://balearesint.net/campuses/sa-porassa-campus is the largest British Curriculum school in Mallorca, providing education based on the English National Curriculum to over 460 students (from 3 to 18 years) in Sa Porrassa, a very accessible but beautiful rural area adjacent to the south west coast of Mallorca. We are accredited by the Spanish Ministry of Education based upon inspection and recommendation by the British Council and are a founding member of the National Association of British Schools in Spain (NABSS). The school is also a member of COBIS, the Council of British International Schools.

About the Opportunity

The School is seeking to appoint a well -qualified and experienced Physics teacher to start as soon as possible, or from September 2019. The post will specialise in Key Stage 3 to 5 and deliver the Edexcel International GCSE and A Level.

BIC Teachers are responsible for delivering high quality learning in an organised, happy and safe environment. They work together with primary teaching colleagues in medium and short-term planning, target setting and monitoring to ensure challenge and the very best possible progress for every pupil. They participate in the broader life of the school, enriching the learning experience for students at BIC. You should value and celebrate achievements of all individuals, working as part of a strong team to develop a constructive & supportive learning environment.

Applicants should be committed and outstanding teaching practitioners, able to lead by example, possessing excellent IT, organisational and communication skills. You should;

● Be an excellent classroom practitioner adapting teaching styles to suit all groups of learners, ensuring planning of work is appropriately differentiated and impact assessed;

● Use assessment to set clear targets for improvement of pupils’ achievement and monitor pupils’ progress towards those targets;

● Secure a good standard of behaviour for learning within the classroom through establishing appropriate rules and high expectations which pupils respect,

● Support and plan for pupils’ needs and evaluate your own teaching critically to improve effectiveness, encouraging children’s initiative, creativity, responsibilities and independence.

As an English school specialising in the English National Curriculum to a diverse international student population, strong English language is an essential requirement and applications from native-level speakers of English will be preferred. For more information please refer to the separate Job Description and Person Specification.

Benefits of working at an Orbital Education School

Orbital Education focuses on delivering the very best in British education to its students around the globe. It’s an expanding group with schools already in Spain, Hungary, Slovenia, China, Russia, Ecuador and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop new schools across the globe. Key reasons to work at an Orbital Education School include:

  • Opportunities to collaborate with colleagues and students worldwide
  • Enhanced professional development opportunities, through partnerships with specialist learning providers to offer recognised and accredited professional development programmes.
  • Opportunities for both career development and movement within the group, providing opportunity to see the world whilst progressing an attractive and rewarding career.

Living and Working in Mallorca: As a relaxed, friendly and cosmopolitan island, working in Mallorca has many benefits. From the beautiful beaches and coves spread across its 550km coastline, to the majestic world heritage Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, the splendid landscape means you are never far from the mountains or sea. The international city of Palma de Mallorca is also close by, one of Spain’s major cities, steeped in history, wonderful architecture, shops and restaurants.

Applications should be made by e-mail and include a completed application form (downloadable from https://orbitaled.com/files/BIC-Job-Application-Form-002.pdf), covering letter addressed to Mr. Giles, Principal, along with a colour photograph. An updated CV can also be sent. Your application should include the details of two referees, one of whom should be your most recent employer.

Please detail on your application whether you are available for an immediate or August/September 2019 start.

Interested applicants should review the job profile and person specification, and ensure their covering letter highlights how their experience, knowledge and skills match those of the ideal candidate.

Applications should be sent to: applications@balearesint.net

Closing date for applications is 28th February 2019

The school reserves the right to appoint before this deadline if the right candidate is found. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by telephone/skype for a brief conversation with Mr. Duncan Giles, Principal. Final interviews will be held on or before w/c 4th March 2019 If you have not been contacted before this time please assume that, on this occasion your application has not been shortlisted.

Baleares International College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all of its staff and stakeholders to share this commitment. As part of the school’s commitment to safeguarding, all post-holders are subject to background checks and an International Child Protection Certificate administered by ACRO https://www.acro.police.uk/icpc/ (if ever worked or lived in the UK), Prohibition Checks where appropriate and/or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence.

Primary Teacher
Primary
British International School of Ljubljana Find out moreClose

Primary Teacher

British International School of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Package: Competitive

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Start date: August 2019

Contract type: Full Time

Contract term: Fixed Term (permanent after 2 years)

Are you a fully qualified, inspirational, and highly motivated Primary School Teacher, seeking a new opportunity at a successful and growing international school? If so, you will be interested in this exciting opportunity to join our school from August 2019.

About the School

British International School of Ljubljana (BISL) (http://www.britishschool.si/) is a growing British-style school serving students aged between 3 and 18 from over 30 nationalities in the capital of beautiful Slovenia, Europe’s “hidden jewel”. Classes are small and the students are eager to learn. BISL is an accredited member of COBIS and was most recently inspected in 2017 to successfully secure British Schools Overseas status.

About the Opportunity

The role is to teach in our Primary school. Our Primary Teachers are responsible for inspiring and enthusing students in their development of knowledge and skills within Key Stage 1/2 and in their preparation for transitioning to the Secondary School.

The successful applicant will be an outstanding classroom practitioner, able to demonstrate a proven commitment to the highest standards of teaching and learning and student achievement; someone with drive and passion who believes in creating a unique, inspiring and outstanding place for learning, able to excite and challenge students of all abilities to make great progress.

Applicants should also be prepared to contribute to the wider community aspect of school life, which is expected of every member of the teaching staff. Applicants must have a relevant degree, teaching qualification and experience of successfully teaching Primary in either Key Stage 1 or 2. Experience of working with EAL learners from a variety of cultures will be an advantage.

Applications from native-level speakers of English will be preferred. Because of difficulties in obtaining a visa and residency, it may not be possible to consider applicants from nationalities outside of the UK and Europe.

Benefits of working at an Orbital Education School

Orbital Education focuses on delivering the very best in British education to its students around the globe. It’s an expanding group with schools already in Spain, Hungary, Slovenia, China, Russia, Ecuador and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop new schools across the globe. Key reasons to work at an Orbital Education School include:

  • Opportunities to collaborate with colleagues and students worldwide
  • Enhanced professional development opportunities, through partnerships with specialist learning providers to offer recognised and accredited professional development programmes.
  • Opportunities for both career development and movement within the group, providing opportunity to see the world whilst progressing an attractive and rewarding career.

Living and working in Slovenia

Slovenia is a beautiful, diverse and culturally rich environment with opportunities to get involved in a wide range of outdoor adventures, all close within the proximity of Ljubljana. The historic city centre is located just 8 kilometres away from the school. Slovenia is seen by many as an incredibly safe, peaceful and environmentally friendly place. Performing and the Creative Arts are showcased widely through the city including a range of stunning galleries, museums and exhibitions.

Applications should include a covering letter addressed to the Principal, Mr. P. Walton, along with an up-to-date curriculum vitae, photograph and details of three referees, one of whom should be the current or most recent employer.

Applications should be sent, as one combined PDF document, by e-mail with “PRI2019” in the subject field to vacancies@britishschool.si or paul.walton@britishschool.si.

Closing date for applications is 8 March 2019. However, early applications are encouraged as the school reserves the right to appoint before this deadline once the right candidate is found.

British International School of Ljubljana is committed to safeguarding children and young people. As part of the school’s commitment to safeguarding, all post-holders are subject to background checks and an International Child Protection Certificate administered by ACRO https://www.acro.police.uk/icpc/ (if ever worked or lived in the UK), Prohibition Checks where appropriate and/or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence.

Primary School Teacher
Primary
Britannica International School Budapest Find out moreClose

Primary School Teacher

Britannica International School Budapest, Hungary

Package: Competitive

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Start date: August 2019

Contract type: Full Time

Contract term: Initially for two years (mutually renewable)

Do you want a role where you can make a real impact? Do you want to work in a stimulating International setting for a growing global Educational company? If so, you will be interested by this fantastic opportunity to join our successful International School in Budapest.

About the School

Britannica International School is the longest established British School in Hungary. We cater for children from five to eighteen years of age. We have a thriving Primary Department and an excellent Secondary Department.

The foundation of our educational programme is the National Curriculum for England suitably enhanced to reflect our truly international nature. In the Secondary Department, International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), Advanced Subsidiary Levels (AS) and Advanced Levels (A Levels), provide graduating students with gold standard diplomas for entry to leading universities around the world including those at Oxford and Cambridge. In recent years our public examination scores have been above the UK national average and our A level grades have allowed our students to enter many prestigious universities, both in Hungary and abroad. The school is a registered Cambridge International Examinations Centre and a full member of the Council of International Schools.

About the Opportunity

We are seeking a committed, dynamic and passionate teacher who can plan and deliver outstanding lessons across the Primary curriculum. You will be someone with drive and passion who believes in creating a unique, inspiring and outstanding place for learning.

Commencement date will be from August 1st 2019 and the person appointed will be capable of teaching in Key Stages 1 and 2. You will be able to excite and challenge students to make rapid progress and will be able to demonstrate a commitment to high standards of teaching and learning.

The Primary department is well resourced and benefits from the use of a dedicated suite of rooms. Each class has a teaching assistant to support the students and the school operates a comprehensive programme of intense support for EAL and ESL learners

As an English school specialising in the English National Curriculum to a diverse international student population, strong English language is an essential requirement and applications from native-level speakers of English will be preferred.

For more information please refer to the separate Job Description and Person Specification provided.

Benefits of working at an Orbital Education School

Orbital Education focuses on delivering the very best in British education to its students around the globe. It’s an expanding group with schools already in Spain, Hungary, Slovenia, China, Russia, Ecuador and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop new schools across the globe. Key reasons to work at an Orbital Education School include:

  • Opportunities to collaborate with colleagues and students worldwide
  • Enhanced professional development opportunities, through partnerships with specialist learning providers to offer recognised and accredited professional development programmes.
  • Opportunities for both career development and movement within the group, providing opportunity to see the world whilst progressing an attractive and rewarding career

Living and Working in Budapest:

Budapest is Eastern Europe’s up and coming expat hotspot and an increasing number of people are relocating to Budapest each year. The Hungarian capital has all the things Western European cities have to offer – good quality of living, diverse culture and attractive job opportunities – with a much lower cost of living. You may wish to visit the following website, which compares the cost of living in different cities around the world.

http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_cities.jsp?country1=United+Kingdom&country2=Hungary&city1=Brighton&city2=Budapest

Duties and responsibilities specific to the post: Our Teachers are responsible for delivering high quality learning in an organised, happy and safe environment. They work together with other teaching colleagues in medium and short-term planning, target setting and monitoring to ensure challenge and the very best possible progress for every pupil. They participate in the broader life of the school, enriching the learning experience for students.

Applicants should be committed and outstanding teaching practitioners, able to lead by example, possessing excellent IT, organisational and communication skills.

Applications

Applications should be made by e-mail and include a covering letter addressed to Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal, along with a colour photograph and an updated CV including the details of two referees, one of whom should be your most recent employer. Interested applicants should review the job profile and person specification, and ensure their covering letter highlights how their experience, knowledge and skills match those of the ideal candidate.

Applications should be sent to: recruitment@britannicachool.hu

Closing date: The closing date for applications is 1st March 2019, although early applications are encouraged as the school reserves the right to appoint before this deadline if the right candidate is found.

Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by telephone/skype for a brief conversation with Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal.

Final interviews will be held in the week beginning 4th March 2019. If you have not been contacted by this date, please assume that, on this occasion, your application has not been shortlisted.

Safer recruitment

Britannica International School, Budapest is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all of its staff and stakeholders to share this commitment. As part of the school’s commitment to safeguarding, all post-holders are subject to background checks and an International Child Protection Certificate administered by ACRO https://www.acro.police.uk/icpc/ (if ever worked or lived in the UK), Prohibition Checks where appropriate and/or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence.

Humanities Teacher
Secondary
Britannica International School Budapest Find out moreClose

Humanities Teacher

Britannica International School Budapest, Hungary

Package: Competitive

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Start date: August 2019

Contract type: Full Time

Contract term: Initially for two years (mutually renewable)

Do you want a role where you can make a real impact? Do you want to work in a stimulating International setting for a growing global Educational company? If so, you will be interested by this fantastic opportunity to join our successful International School in Budapest.

About the School

Britannica International School is the longest established British School in Hungary. We cater for children from five to eighteen years of age. We have a thriving Primary Department and an excellent Secondary Department.

The foundation of our educational programme is the National Curriculum for England suitably enhanced to reflect our truly international nature. In the Secondary Department, International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), Advanced Subsidiary Levels (AS) and Advanced Levels (A Levels), provide graduating students with gold standard diplomas for entry to leading universities around the world including those at Oxford and Cambridge. In recent years our public examination scores have been above the UK national average and our A level grades have allowed our students to enter many prestigious universities, both in Hungary and abroad. The school is a registered Cambridge International Examinations Centre and a full member of the Council of International Schools.

About the Opportunity

We are seeking to appoint a committed, dynamic and passionate teacher who can plan and deliver outstanding lessons across the Secondary Humanities curriculum. In the first instance, you will need to be a specialist teacher of Economics, History or Geography. Preference will be given to candidates able to teach more than one of these subjects. You will be someone with drive and passion who believes in creating a unique, inspiring and outstanding place for learning.

Commencement date will be from August 1st 2019 and the person appointed will be capable of teaching in Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. You will be able to excite and challenge students to make rapid progress and will be able to demonstrate a commitment to high standards of teaching and learning.

The Humanities department is well resourced and benefits from the use of a dedicated suite of rooms.

As an English school specialising in the English National Curriculum to a diverse international student population, strong English language is an essential requirement and applications from native-level speakers of English will be preferred.

For more information please refer to the separate Job Description and Person Specification provided.

Benefits of working at an Orbital Education School

Orbital Education focuses on delivering the very best in British education to its students around the globe. It’s an expanding group with schools already in Spain, Hungary, Slovenia, China, Russia, Ecuador and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop new schools across the globe. Key reasons to work at an Orbital Education School include:

  • Opportunities to collaborate with colleagues and students worldwide
  • Enhanced professional development opportunities, through partnerships with specialist learning providers to offer recognised and accredited professional development programmes.
  • Opportunities for both career development and movement within the group, providing opportunity to see the world whilst progressing an attractive and rewarding career

Living and Working in Budapest:

Budapest is Eastern Europe’s up and coming expat hotspot and an increasing number of people are relocating to Budapest each year. The Hungarian capital has all the things Western European cities have to offer – good quality of living, diverse culture and attractive job opportunities – with a much lower cost of living. You may wish to visit the following website, which compares the cost of living in different cities around the world.

http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_cities.jsp?country1=United+Kingdom&country2=Hungary&city1=Brighton&city2=Budapest

Duties and responsibilities specific to the post: Our Teachers are responsible for delivering high quality learning in an organised, happy and safe environment. They work together with other teaching colleagues in medium and short-term planning, target setting and monitoring to ensure challenge and the very best possible progress for every pupil. They participate in the broader life of the school, enriching the learning experience for students.

Applicants should be committed and outstanding teaching practitioners, able to lead by example, possessing excellent IT, organisational and communication skills.

Applications

Applications should be made by e-mail and include a covering letter addressed to Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal, along with a colour photograph and an updated CV including the details of two referees, one of whom should be your most recent employer. Interested applicants should review the job profile and person specification, and ensure their covering letter highlights how their experience, knowledge and skills match those of the ideal candidate.

Applications should be sent to: recruitment@britannicachool.hu

Closing date: The closing date for applications is 1st March 2019, although early applications are encouraged as the school reserves the right to appoint before this deadline if the right candidate is found.

Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by telephone/skype for a brief conversation with Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal.

Final interviews will be held in the week beginning 4th March 2019. If you have not been contacted by this date, please assume that, on this occasion, your application has not been shortlisted.

Safer recruitment

Britannica International School, Budapest is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all of its staff and stakeholders to share this commitment. As part of the school’s commitment to safeguarding, all post-holders are subject to background checks and an International Child Protection Certificate administered by ACRO https://www.acro.police.uk/icpc/ (if ever worked or lived in the UK), Prohibition Checks where appropriate and/or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence.

Business Studies & Economics Teacher
Secondary
Britannica International School Budapest Find out moreClose

Business Studies & Economics Teacher

Britannica International School Budapest, Hungary

Package: Competitive

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Start date: August 2019

Contract type: Full time

Contract term: Initially for two years (mutually renewable)

Do you want a role where you can make a real impact? Do you want to work in a stimulating International setting for a growing global Educational company? If so, you will be interested by this fantastic opportunity to join our successful International School in Budapest.

We are looking for a committed, dynamic and passionate teacher who can plan and deliver outstanding lessons across the Secondary Business Studies and Economics curriculum. You will be someone with drive and passion who believes in creating a unique, inspiring and outstanding place for learning.

The School is seeking to appoint a well -qualified specialist Business Studies and Economics teacher with effect from August 1st, 2019. The person appointed will be capable of teaching in Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. You will be able to excite and challenge students to make rapid progress and will be able to demonstrate a commitment to high standards of teaching and learning.

Business Studies and Economics are part of our well-resourced Humanities department

Living and Working in Budapest:

Budapest is Eastern Europe’s up and coming expat hotspot and an increasing number of people are relocating to Budapest each year. The Hungarian capital has all the things Western European cities have to offer – good quality of living, diverse culture and attractive job opportunities – with a much lower cost of living. You may wish to visit the following website, which compares the cost of living in different cities around the world.

http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_cities.jsp?country1=United+Kingdom&country2=Hungary&city1=Brighton&city2=Budapest

Britannica International School, Budapest

Britannica International School is the longest established British School in Hungary. We cater for children from five to eighteen years of age. We have a thriving Primary Department and an excellent Secondary Department.

The foundation of our educational programme is the National Curriculum for England suitably enhanced to reflect our truly international nature. In the Secondary Department, International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), Advanced Subsidiary Levels (AS) and Advanced Levels (A Levels), provide graduating students with gold standard diplomas for entry to leading universities around the world including those at Oxford and Cambridge. In recent years our public examination scores have been above the UK national average and our A level grades have allowed our students to enter many prestigious universities, both in Hungary and abroad. The school is a registered Cambridge International Examinations Centre and a full member of the Council of International Schools.

Orbital Education

The Britannica International School, Budapest is part of the Orbital Education group, an expanding group of international schools specialising in providing the English National Curriculum to an internationally diverse student population, between the ages of 3 and 18 years.

In addition to our school in Budapest, the Orbital Education group have schools in Mallorca-Spain, Slovenia, China, Russia, Ecuador, and the Middle East, with plans to develop schools in new regions across the globe. In this role, you would have opportunity to collaborate and work with teaching staff at other schools across the group, to support our students achieve their potential. After two years’ successful employment you would also have the option to be considered for roles at other schools across the group, providing the opportunity to progress your career while also seeing the world.

Duties and responsibilities specific to the post: Our Teachers are responsible for delivering high quality learning in an organised, happy and safe environment. They work together with other teaching colleagues in medium and short-term planning, target setting and monitoring to ensure challenge and the very best possible progress for every pupil. They participate in the broader life of the school, enriching the learning experience for students.

Applicants should be committed and outstanding teaching practitioners, able to lead by example, possessing excellent IT, organisational and communication skills.

For more information please refer to the separate Job Description and Person Specification provided.

Applications

Applications should be made by e-mail and include a covering letter addressed to Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal, along with a colour photograph and an updated CV including the details of two referees, one of whom should be your most recent employer. Interested applicants should review the job profile and person specification, and ensure their covering letter highlights how their experience, knowledge and skills match those of the ideal candidate.

Applications should be sent to: recruitment@britannicaschool.hu

Closing date: The school reserves the right to appoint before this deadline if the right candidate is found so early application is recommended. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by telephone/skype for a brief conversation with Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal.

If you have not been contacted before 31st March 2019 please assume that, on this occasion, your application has not been shortlisted.

Safer recruitment

Britannica International School, Budapest is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all of its staff and stakeholders to share this commitment. As part of the school’s commitment to safeguarding, all post-holders are subject to background checks and an International Child Protection Certificate administered by ACRO https://www.acro.police.uk/icpc/ (if ever worked or lived in the UK), Prohibition Checks where appropriate and/or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence.

Head of Marketing and Admissions
Leadership
British International School of Ljubljana Find out moreClose

Head of Marketing and Admissions

British International School of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Package: Competitive

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Start date: May 2019

Contract type: Full Time

Contract term: Fixed Term - Renewable

Are you an enthusiasticand experienced marketing leader, able to lead, develop and deliver a successful marketing and admissions strategy for a growing International School?

If so, you will be interested in this fantastic opportunity to join us as our Head of Marketing and Admissions.

About the role

We are seeking to appoint a talented individual to lead and develop the Marketing and Admissions strategy and function at the British School of Ljubljana.

The successful candidate will have the ability to plan strategically and implement an effective marketing & admissions strategy which ensures the school achieve its student growth ambitions.

You will be responsible for working with multiple key stakeholders to provide strategic marketing and sales leadership across the school, to achieve and exceed admissions targets through commercially viable business plans and marketing/recruitment activities.

The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate success in driving results, conversions and admissions, clearly being able to link, through CRM software or otherwise, the impact of marketing activities on results.

Proactivity, ambition and energy will be key to this role.

About the school

British International School of Ljubljana (BISL) (http://www.britishschool.si/) is a growing British-style school serving students aged between 3 and 18 from over 50 nationalities in the capital of beautiful Slovenia, Europe’s “hidden jewel”. Classes are small and the students are eager to learn. BISL is an accredited member of COBIS and was most recently inspected in 2017 to successfully secure British Schools Overseas status.

Benefits of working at an Orbital Education School

Orbital Education focuses on delivering the very best in British education to its students around the globe. It’s an expanding group with schools already in Spain, Hungary, Slovenia, China, Russia, Ecuador and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop new schools across the globe. Key reasons to work at an Orbital Education School include:

  • Opportunities to collaborate with colleagues and students worldwide
  • Enhanced professional development opportunities, through partnerships with specialist learning providers to offer recognised and accredited professional development programmes.
  • Opportunities for both career development and movement within the group, providing opportunity to see the world whilst progressing an attractive and rewarding career.

Living and working in Slovenia

Slovenia is a beautiful, diverse and culturally rich environment with opportunities to get involved in a wide range of outdoor adventures, all close within the proximity of Ljubljana. The historic city centre is located just 8 kilometres away from the school. Slovenia is seen by many as an incredibly safe, peaceful and environmentally friendly place. Performing and the Creative Arts are showcased widely through the city including a range of stunning galleries, museums and exhibitions.

Applications should include a covering letter addressed to the Principal, Mr. P. Walton, along with an up-to-date curriculum vitae, photograph and details of three referees, one of whom should be the current or most recent employer.

Applications should be sent, as one combined PDF document, by e-mail with “MAR2019” in the subject field to hr@britishschool.si. or paul.walton@britishschool.si.

Closing date for applications is 1 April 2019. However, the school reserves the right to appoint before this deadline once the right candidate is found. If you have not been contacted by 30th April 2019 you should assume that your application has not been successful on this occasion.

Safeguarding – British International School of Ljubljana is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all of its staff and stakeholders to share this commitment. As part of the school’s commitment to safeguarding, all post-holders are subject to background checks and an International Child Protection Certificate administered by ACROhttps://www.acro.police.uk/icp... (if ever worked or lived in the UK), Prohibition Checks where appropriate and/or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence.

Science Teacher
Secondary
Britannica International School Budapest Find out moreClose

Science Teacher

Britannica International School Budapest, Hungary

Package: Competitive

View school details

Start date: August 2019

Contract type: Full Time

Contract term: Initially two years (mutually renewable)

Are you a fully qualified, experienced, and highly motivated Science Teacher, seeking a new role where you can make a real impact?

Do you want to work in a stimulating International setting for a growing global Educational company? If so, you will be interested by this fantastic opportunity to join our successful International School in Budapest.

About the School

Britannica International School is the longest established British School in Hungary. We cater for children from five to eighteen years of age. We have a thriving Primary Department and an excellent Secondary Department.

The foundation of our educational programme is the National Curriculum for England suitably enhanced to reflect our truly international nature. In the Secondary Department, International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), Advanced Subsidiary Levels (AS) and Advanced Levels (A Levels), provide graduating students with gold standard diplomas for entry to leading universities around the world including those at Oxford and Cambridge. In recent years our public examination scores have been above the UK national average and our A level grades have allowed our students to enter many prestigious universities, both in Hungary and abroad. The school is a registered Cambridge International Examinations Centre and a full member of the Council of International Schools.

About the Opportunity

We are looking for a committed, dynamic and passionate teacher who can plan and deliver outstanding lessons across the Secondary Science curriculum. You will be someone with drive and passion who believes in creating a unique, inspiring and outstanding place for learning.

The School is seeking to appoint a well -qualified specialist Science teacher with effect from August 1st, 2019. The person appointed will be capable of teaching in Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. You will be able to excite and challenge students to make rapid progress and will be able to demonstrate a commitment to high standards of teaching and learning. The Science department is well resourced and benefits from the use of a dedicated suite of rooms.

Our Teachers are responsible for delivering high quality learning in an organised, happy and safe environment. They work together with other teaching colleagues in medium and short-term planning, target setting and monitoring to ensure challenge and the very best possible progress for every pupil. They participate in the broader life of the school, enriching the learning experience for students. Applicants should be committed and outstanding teaching practitioners, able to lead by example, possessing excellent IT, organisational and communication skills.

As an English school specialising in the English National Curriculum to a diverse international student population, strong English language is an essential requirement and applications from native-level speakers of English will be preferred. For more information please refer to the separate Job Description and Person Specification provided.

Benefits of working at an Orbital Education School

Orbital Education focuses on delivering the very best in British education to its students around the globe. It’s an expanding group with schools already in Spain, Hungary, Slovenia, China, Russia, Ecuador and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop new schools across the globe. Key reasons to work at an Orbital Education School include:

  • Opportunities to collaborate with colleagues and students worldwide
  • Enhanced professional development opportunities, through partnerships with specialist learning providers to offer recognised and accredited professional development programmes.
  • Opportunities for both career development and movement within the group, providing opportunity to see the world whilst progressing an attractive and rewarding career.

Living and working in Budapest

Budapest is Eastern Europe’s up and coming expat hotspot and an increasing number of people are relocating to Budapest each year. The Hungarian capital has all the things Western European cities have to offer – good quality of living, diverse culture and attractive job opportunities – with a much lower cost of living. You may wish to visit the following website, which compares the cost of living in different cities around the world.

http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_cities.jsp?country1=United+Kingdom&country2=Hungary&city1=Brighton&city2=Budapest

Applications - Applications should be made by e-mail and include a covering letter addressed to Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal, along with a colour photograph and an updated CV including the details of two referees, one of whom should be your most recent employer. Interested applicants should review the job profile and person specification, and ensure their covering letter highlights how their experience, knowledge and skills match those of the ideal candidate.

Applications should be sent to: recruitment@britannicaschool.hu

Closing date The closing date for applications is 5th April 2019.

The school reserves the right to appoint before this deadline if the right candidate is found so early applications are recommended. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by telephone/skype for a brief conversation with Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal.

Final interviews will be held in the week beginning 11th April 2019. If you have not been contacted by this date, please assume that, on this occasion, your application has not been shortlisted.

Safeguarding – Britannica International School, Budapest is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all of its staff and stakeholders to share this commitment. As part of the school’s commitment to safeguarding, all post-holders are subject to background checks and an International Child Protection Certificate administered by ACRO https://www.acro.police.uk/icp... (if ever worked or lived in the UK), Prohibition Checks where appropriate and/or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence.

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Maths Teacher

Britannica International School Budapest, Hungary

Package: Competitive

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Start date: August 2019

Contract type: Full Time

Contract term: Initially two years (mutually renewable)

Are you a fully qualified, experienced, and highly motivated Mathematics Teacher, seeking a new role where you can make a real impact?

Do you want to work in a stimulating International setting for a growing global Educational company? If so, you will be interested by this fantastic opportunity to join our successful International School in Budapest.

About the School

Britannica International School is the longest established British School in Hungary. We cater for children from five to eighteen years of age. We have a thriving Primary Department and an excellent Secondary Department.

The foundation of our educational programme is the National Curriculum for England suitably enhanced to reflect our truly international nature. In the Secondary Department, International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), Advanced Subsidiary Levels (AS) and Advanced Levels (A Levels), provide graduating students with gold standard diplomas for entry to leading universities around the world including those at Oxford and Cambridge. In recent years our public examination scores have been above the UK national average and our A level grades have allowed our students to enter many prestigious universities, both in Hungary and abroad. The school is a registered Cambridge International Examinations Centre and a full member of the Council of International Schools.

About the Opportunity

We are looking for a committed, dynamic and passionate teacher who can plan and deliver outstanding lessons across the Secondary Mathematics curriculum. You will be someone with drive and passion who believes in creating a unique, inspiring and outstanding place for learning.

The School is seeking to appoint a well -qualified specialist Mathematics teacher with effect from August 1st, 2019. The person appointed will be capable of teaching in Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. You will be able to excite and challenge students to make rapid progress and will be able to demonstrate a commitment to high standards of teaching and learning. The Mathematics department is well resourced and benefits from the use of a dedicated suite of rooms.

Our Teachers are responsible for delivering high quality learning in an organised, happy and safe environment. They work together with other teaching colleagues in medium and short-term planning, target setting and monitoring to ensure challenge and the very best possible progress for every pupil. They participate in the broader life of the school, enriching the learning experience for students. Applicants should be committed and outstanding teaching practitioners, able to lead by example, possessing excellent IT, organisational and communication skills.

As an English school specialising in the English National Curriculum to a diverse international student population, strong English language is an essential requirement and applications from native-level speakers of English will be preferred. For more information please refer to the separate Job Description and Person Specification provided.

Benefits of working at an Orbital Education School

Orbital Education focuses on delivering the very best in British education to its students around the globe. It’s an expanding group with schools already in Spain, Hungary, Slovenia, China, Russia, Ecuador and the Middle East, with exciting plans to develop new schools across the globe. Key reasons to work at an Orbital Education School include:

  • Opportunities to collaborate with colleagues and students worldwide
  • Enhanced professional development opportunities, through partnerships with specialist learning providers to offer recognised and accredited professional development programmes.
  • Opportunities for both career development and movement within the group, providing opportunity to see the world whilst progressing an attractive and rewarding career.

Living and working in Budapest

Budapest is Eastern Europe’s up and coming expat hotspot and an increasing number of people are relocating to Budapest each year. The Hungarian capital has all the things Western European cities have to offer – good quality of living, diverse culture and attractive job opportunities – with a much lower cost of living. You may wish to visit the following website, which compares the cost of living in different cities around the world.

http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_cities.jsp?country1=United+Kingdom&country2=Hungary&city1=Brighton&city2=Budapest

Applications - Applications should be made by e-mail and include a covering letter addressed to Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal, along with a colour photograph and an updated CV including the details of two referees, one of whom should be your most recent employer. Interested applicants should review the job profile and person specification, and ensure their covering letter highlights how their experience, knowledge and skills match those of the ideal candidate.

Applications should be sent to: recruitment@britannicaschool.hu

Closing date The closing date for applications is 5th April 2019.

The school reserves the right to appoint before this deadline if the right candidate is found so early applications are recommended. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by telephone/skype for a brief conversation with Mr. Neil McGarry, School Principal.

Final interviews will be held in the week beginning 11th April 2019. If you have not been contacted by this date, please assume that, on this occasion, your application has not been shortlisted.

Safeguarding – Britannica International School, Budapest is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all of its staff and stakeholders to share this commitment. As part of the school’s commitment to safeguarding, all post-holders are subject to background checks and an International Child Protection Certificate administered by ACRO https://www.acro.police.uk/icp... (if ever worked or lived in the UK), Prohibition Checks where appropriate and/or Criminal Records (Police Check) disclosure from their most recent country of residence.

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Teaching Internationally

Teaching overseas in British international schools, run by a British owned and managed company, is a rewarding, refreshing and stimulating next step in a teacher’s professional career. Teachers do not need to have had prior overseas experience, nor indeed do you need to be fluent in the host country language. However you get more enjoyment and satisfaction in experiencing the different cultures if you make an attempt to learn some of the language.

The role

Being able to follow your chosen profession in different parts of the world will offer exciting opportunities to see places and understand new cultures. Our international schools teach a curriculum based on the English National Curriculum, but enhanced to suit the needs of an international community. Older students follow iGCSE and A' level/IB diploma programmes. Of course, we prefer teachers who have experience of the curriculum, but we also give detailed briefing and strong support to those who seek to become familiar with it.

Kevin McNeany

Since Orbital was founded in 2005, the group has grown quickly and in keeping with our business plan. I envisaged a group of international schools and colleges offering quality education, mainly in British style and tradition, to expatriate and host families in countries throughout the world.

The schools benefit from the central services and support that an experienced team of specialists provides. My team here at our head office, near Manchester, are united in the belief we share with our school heads: quality and accountability are paramount and lead to success for our students, security for their families and progress for the company.

Kevin McNeany