Chemistry Teacher, UAE
21000AED (£4300 / €4800/ $5700) per mth tax free) + medical, return flights, visa
United Arab Emirates
m2r Education require Chemistry Teachers to teach in government schools across the UAE (including the Emirate of Abu Dhabi). Aug '20 starts.
All teaching roles are located in the Emirates of Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al-Khaimah, Fujairah and Ajman so you must be flexible with location. (Please note - Abu Dhabi is the largest Emirate and includes the Western Region. Roles exist across the Emirate incl Al Ain. There are very few roles in Abu Dhabi city itself.)
APPLICATIONS ONLY FROM THOSE CURRENTLY IN THE UAE ON A VISIT VISA
- 3 years relevant teaching experience within a secondary school
- Ability to use student centered teaching strategies
- Highly developed classroom management skills
- Sound problem solving skills
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Ability to use Information Technology in the class room such as Smart board, ppt. MS Word, Spreadsheets and Database
- Ability to utilize and maximize web-based learning environments
- Related subject matter Bachelor’s degree from an accredited higher education institution.
- A teaching qualification is an advantage
- Native speaker of English
- Currently in the UAE with a valid visit visa (no exceptions)
- 21000AED (£4300 / €4800 / $5700 ) tax free per month
- Medical (self and family)
- End of contract flights for self and family
- Employment Visa
- Holidays are as per academic calendar of the school where you will be teaching
- End of service benefit of one month’s basic salary for each complete year of continuous service (pro rata where required)
- 2yr contract, renewable
- NOTE: No accommodation or schooling is provided.
Aug '20 onwards start dates.
For safeguarding purposes, a valid police clearance certificate / DBS is required, plus 2 professional references.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive, if you have not been contacted within 5 working days of submission then please consider your application to have been unsuccessful.