A. ISB is located in the south part of Bucharest, the capital city of Romania. ISB is 10 km from the city centre.
A. At our school, education is inclusive and available to all students from nursery to Year 13. We offer a well-rounded curriculum, blending the adapted National Curriculum of England and Wales with the Cambridge Lower Secondary Program in English, Science, and Maths, and the IGCSE and IBDP curriculum. Our programs are designed to be culturally relevant to our setting in Romania. Our academic year begins in September and runs through mid-June, providing students with a comprehensive educational experience.
A. Teachers must have a recognised teaching qualification, either a UK qualification, such as a B.Ed. or PGCE, or a qualification from your home country that allows you to work in a state school.
UK qualified teachers must have recently taught the UK national curriculum in a UK school for a full academic year. Teachers who qualified outside the UK should have recently taught the UK national curriculum in the UK for at least 2 academic years.
A. We advertise on our website, in the Times Educational Supplement (online) and on eteach.com. We advertise on ejobs.ro for hiring local staff.
A. Please complete the ISB Employment Application Form and send this to email@example.com with a cover letter, up-to-date CV and recent photograph of you. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Please be clear which role you are applying for when you send in your application.
A. You should get an email response within a few days in receipt of your application. After this we will then only contact successfully short-listed candidates, although we may contact you and ask for references prior to short-listing.
A. The benefits package for teachers, in addition to salary, is as follows:
A. We take safeguarding very seriously and require successful applicants to obtain an enhanced DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) or ICPC (International Child Protection Certificate) check, or national equivalent. We will also ask for at least two references, one of which should be your current/most recent Head Teacher.