How would you like to be part of an Exciting Education Reform project taking place in the beautiful Emirate of Abu Dhabi? This is one of the best paid teaching projects in the world. Interested? Please read on…
Face to Face interviews: LONDON and DUBLIN Mid October
Required: Secondary English Teachers
Start Date: JAN 2013
Primary trained teachers are required for an educational project to implement quality teaching in local National Schools in the Abu Dhabi Emirate. Teachers will be posted to any of the schools the government administers throughout the state. This is a great opportunity for those who want to challenge their teaching skills and who are ready to be flexible and adapt to the cultural differences that arise when teaching in a country different from your own. This is a government funded project and offers very competitive salaries compared to other teaching opportunities abroad.
Abu Dhabi, UAE, is one hour away from Dubai and is similarly westernised, shiny and welcoming with beaches, clubs, restaurants and shopping galore. Abu Dhabi is the largest and wealthiest of the United Arab Emirates and is the capital of the UAE.
- £2,100 – £3,300 per month tax free (+£250pm for holding a Masters degree) depending on years of experience
- Medical insurance for teacher and eligible family (up to 3 dependents under 18yrs)
- Flights for self. Flight allowance for dependents yearly.
- Housing – up to 3 bedroom apartment – suited to dependent status. Single teachers get 1 bedroom apartment.
- No school fee allowance for dependents.
Applicants must be fully qualified teachers and have state school teaching qualifications from the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada or US such as a Bachelors or Masters of Education for Primary, or a degree + HDE/PGCE for Primary or a Licensed Singaporean Teacher.
Note that you will not be given a choice of specific school within Abu Dhabi due to the scale of this program.
2 year contract
End of contract gratuity of 1 full month per year of service.
EducationCareers.ie - 23 months ago