Bombay International School prides itself in being a child-centric school that seeks to provide holistic education to its learners. Our pedagogical approach is inquiry-based and our faculty uses innovative and creative teaching and learning processes so that we address the needs of the 21st-century learner.
We are looking for dynamic educators who have a passion for teaching and are keen on being front runners in this rapidly changing world of education. Knowledge of contemporary technology-enabled tools for teaching is imperative.
Special Needs Educator (Immediate)
The special educational needs teacher will work with students of grades 6-12 who need extra support or require an advanced programme of learning in order to reach their full educational potential. S/he may work with individuals who have physical disabilities, sensory impairments, speech and language difficulties, learning difficulties such as dyslexia, social, emotional and mental health needs or have a combination of these difficulties. A key aspect of work is identifying individual needs and being responsible for creating an inclusive, safe, stimulating and supportive learning environment. Interested candidates should send their résumé to [email protected]
Teacher of Physics and Mathematics (Immediate)
The position entails teaching IGCSE and IBDP Physics. Applicants who have prior teaching experience in an international programme and can also teach Mathematics will be given preference. Interested candidates should send their résumé and a 250-300 word summary of their teaching philosophy to [email protected]
Teacher of Geography and Global Perspectives (6th-10th) (Immediate)
Those experienced in delivering the Cambridge IGCSE Curriculum in either subject will be given preference. There will be a substantial opportunity to participate in co-developing and co-delivering an interdisciplinary humanities curriculum in middle school. Interested candidates should send their résumés and a 250-300 word summary of their teaching philosophy to [email protected]
IB Primary Years Programme
We are looking for Interns to act as teaching assistants for Homeroom teachers. Applicants need to be college graduates who are looking at primary education as a career opportunity and should have either completed or be doing their ECCE or B.Ed. Interested candidates must have excellent communication skills and a love for young children. A small stipend will be paid to cover transport and related costs and candidates will get opportunities for professional development in a PYP environment.
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