Arabic Teacher at a British International School in Egypt

A renowned British International School in Egypt is seeking to recruit Arabic language teachers who are bilingual (Arabic and English), apply dynamic and creative teaching styles and are willing to teach different school years. The school has excellent drive to improve resources for teaching Arabic. The Arabic Department is now working to actively promote Arabic teaching. 

Applicants should have:
- a teaching qualification (or in a related field) and a reasonable teaching experience post qualification 
- strong Modern Standard Arabic language skills.
- advanced English skills.
- experience of teaching (I)GCSE, O level and IB is an asset.
- PGCE/ TAFL are pluses.

Interested candidates should submit a detailed resume, including all teaching and non-teaching related experience and cover letter to: [email protected]

The position should commence in August 2024. The successful candidate will teach Arabic across the Junior and/or Senior School. 

The School offers opportunities for personal professional development and all members of staff actively contribute to school improvement. Teachers are expected to show a genuine commitment to promoting student welfare and show a genuine commitment to supporting co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. The school enjoys the benefits of a modern, spacious, purpose-built campus with state of the art facilities and is an IB World School. 

Cairo is a bustling city, home to some of the world’s most iconic ancient monuments, with good access to other countries in the region. It is a city with a rich cultural heritage, a crossroads between Africa, the Middle East and Europe. With a population close to twenty million, Cairo is a city of huge contrasts and provides endless opportunities for exploration and discovery.

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