Head of School – Relocation allowance
Paid relocation jobs in Romania:
The International British School of Bucharest
At its very heart, International British School of Bucharest is a warm, friendly school, offering an educational experience greatly enriched by the diversity of our students and staff joining us from as many as thirty countries around the world; coming together as a single community, contributing to our colourful cultural calendar, enlivening debate, and teaching us the importance of respect and tolerance- two of our seven core values.
As the only international school located in the city centre, IBSB is uniquely situated to take full advantage of the learning resources and opportunities on our doorstep, believing that our students learn as much from inside the classroom as they do from the real world around them.
We are registered with the DfE as a British School Overseas, undergoing an ISI inspection every three years, accredited with AoBSO and COBIS, a member of CIS and ISC, and accredited nationally with the Romanian Ministry of Education (ARACIP). Class sizes are small, with a Teaching Assistant in class, excellent student behaviour, and a high level of parent support.
A little about life in Bucharest/Romania
Romania is without a doubt one of the nicest countries in Eastern Europe to live and work in, offering a 4 season climate, with beautiful beaches to enjoy in the summer, a wide range of ski fields located 90 mins from school in the winter, picturesque cobble-stoned towns with castles to visit on the weekends, a pristine mountain range which is the last remaining wilderness in Europe, and many more sunny days than rain.
Bucharest, itself, is a clean and safe city to live, allowing you to walk around at night on your own quite safely, with a good public metro, bus, and tram system (a monthly travel pass costs approx. 20 euros). It is also a very green city with many parks and plenty to do in the evenings and the weekends.
There are large malls located throughout the city offering all the western brand shops and restaurants you would expect, but at prices far below Western Europe- a two course meal with a drink only costs around 10 euros- so your money goes much further.
A monthly travel card costs around 20 euros, and Bucharest is also on the low cost travel flight route with Ryan Air, Wizz Air and Blue Air offer cheap flights to all the key travel locations in Europe.
If you are a positive, friendly, qualified, primary school teacher, with experience teaching Early Years, then we would welcome your application to start August 30, 2021.
The ideal candidate for this position would be a qualified teacher with a minimum of two years experience teaching EYFS using the National Curriculum of England. This position could grow into a coordinator role position for the right person. Experience relating to teaching EAL students would be welcome as a high percentage of our students are EAL students.
A competitive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate commensurate with qualifications and experience.
A competitive after tax salary
Private Medical Insurance
Housing allowance and assistance
Placement for dependants up to 2 (determined by availability of space)
Degree and QTS
Minimum 3 years’ teaching experience (preferred but not essential)
Native level English speaker
Clear DBS Check/Police Report
EU Passport essential as position is to start August 23, 2021
3 positive references from previous schools
All paperwork relating to the residence permit and work visa will be organised by the school.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please forward a resume with a cover letter to our Head of HR, Iulia Boboc.
Three references and a clear police report will be required prior to any offer being made.
IBSB has a Child Safeguarding and Recruitment Policy requiring that all applicants provide a current clear DBS/ Police Check prior to employment.
Contract length: 24 months
Expected start date: 30/8/2021
Job Types: Full-time, Contract
Salary: 200,000.00RON – 240,000.00RON per month
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