Maths Graduate Teacher - UAE

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Salary:
£41,000 + Tax Free plus benefits
Location:
International
Apply by:
8th November 2018
Start date:
January 2019
Job type:
Graduate job

The UAE government is looking to appoint Maths Graduates to start employment from January 2019 to train as Teachers.


As part of the UAE’s education reforms, they are looking for Graduates with a degree in either Maths, Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical, Manufacturing or Civil Engineering for a project within the government Secondary Schools throughout the UAE;


Graduates must have excellent subject knowledge within Maths, be interested in working with young people to make a difference whilst getting paid to live in the UAE during training and experiencing a new culture.


It is essential that you are committed to developing as a teacher and possess a positive “can do” attitude and willingness to promote life-long learning within schools. No previous teaching experience is required.


You have to be flexible on an Emirate location from Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain.


You will join a graduate tailored 6-month Teacher Training Programme upon arrival in the UAE with full support from Lead Teachers and Maths Curriculum specialists.


Teacher Training (6 Months Paid) covering Curriculum Pedagogy and Practical teaching strategies


Requirements
Degree in either Maths, Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Civil Engineering


Package details
• Excellent Tax-Free salary package
• £41,000 (16,000 AED per month)
• Flight / Visa / Medical Insurance
• 6 Month Paid Teacher Training Program
• Annual Gratuity
• Career opportunities (CPD, UAE Teaching Licence etc.)


Interviews to be held face to face in the UK in October & November 2018 (London & Manchester)


Please contact us for a more detailed job description


Astute Education will allocate your own experienced consultant who will provide full support, advice and guidance through the selection and recruitment process.


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