Teacher of Computer Science
Job description / Role
Teacher of Computer Science - September 2023
About the Role
We are looking for an outstanding Teacher of Computer Science to join our team at GEMS Wellington International School for a September 2023 start.
Teaching at GEMS is not just a job, it's a career. Our teachers enjoy free access to leading CPD programs and have the opportunity to grow with the company on a global scale. With most of our leaders coming from within the GEMS network of schools, GEMS teachers are in a unique position to consider career opportunities across the world as we expand into more and more countries.
The successful candidate will have the following:
- A certified teaching qualification with exceptional subject knowledge
- Experience teaching GCSE and A-Level or equivalent
- A proven track record of outstanding teaching and learning
- Significant experience of the National Curriculum for England
To be considered for this post you must hold a B.Ed. or a Bachelor's in a relevant subject alongside a PGCE / PGDE or equivalent.
About Your Benefits
All positions attract an excellent remuneration package including:
Competitive tax-free salary, individual fully furnished accommodation, free schooling, private medical insurance, annual airfares to country of residence and end of Service Gratuity.
GEMS Teachers also have free access to our loyalty app GEMS rewards which provides significant savings on day-to-day life in the UAE. We offer thousands of discounts and 2 for 1 offers on everything from flights, hotels, restaurants and retail outlets, making your salary go further and enhancing the opportunity to save whilst working overseas.
About the Company
GEMS Education is a pioneering education company with an international network of award winning K-12 schools. Over the past 55 years GEMS has grown from one school to being a truly global company with one incredible mission â€“ to make quality education available to every student. Over 20,000 education professionals unlock the potential of over 250,000 students across 14 countries each and every day, preparing children of all ages for real world success.