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JOB OPPORTUNITY AT KAMPALA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL- UGANDA



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POSITION: MATHEMATICS TEACHER 
EMPLOYER: KAMPALA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL 
DUTY STATION: KAMPALA, UGANDA
DEADLINE: 23/05/2020

ABOUT KAMPALA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Kampala International School Uganda (KISU) offers a truly holistic education to students from 50 different countries, with staff from 12 nations. KISU is located in central Kampala in a low rise residential area. The school is based on a beautifully landscaped 25 acre plot and is near to up-market shopping and leisure facilities and adjacent to three of the more prosperous residential areas in the city.

The school has excellent facilities including: an 8-lane swimming pool, indoor sports centre, auditorium, outdoor theatre, 2 amphitheatres, 3 IT labs, 2 libraries and 5 acres of playing fields. There are specialist teaching areas for Science, Art, Drama, Lego Robotics, Music and Food Technology. Most classrooms are fitted with interactive whiteboards.

KISU offers a modified version of the English National Curriculum up to Year 9, followed by IGCSEs and then IB Diploma. KISU students are inclusive, diligent and very well-behaved and are proud of their school. The school's admissions policy is inclusive and there is learning support available to those who may need it. KISU is fully accredited by CIS, CAIE and the IBO.

ABOUT THE VACANCY 

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:
▪︎ The applicant should be a dynamic Mathematics Teacher preferably with experience in one or more of;
  • English National Curriculum at Key Stage 3
  • IGCSE (International Mathematics)
  • IBDP or A' Level

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
All candidates should submit a copy of their CV, together with a photograph and a Skype address, a short letter of application and the names and contact details (including e-mail addresses) of three professional referees.
These should be forwarded primarily to schooldirector@kisu.com .
The successful candidate must be willing for us to undertake rigorous safeguarding checks.

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