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  • Admin | Clerical | Receptionists – Dubai & Abu Dhabi
    Mar 03,2015

    Cluttons

    Receptionists

    Cluttons has had a strong presence in the Middle East since 1976 providing professional residential and commercial services in sales, leasing and valuations, positioning Cluttons as one of the leading property consultants and chartered surveyors in the Middle East. Cluttons is a British company renown for its reputation for offering trusted quality services to its clients.

    Receptionists – Dubai & Abu Dhabi

    We are looking for energetic receptionists to join our friendly offices in both Dubai and Abu Dhabi. You will be the face and voice of the company, so excellent communication and speaking skills are mandatory. An ideal candidate will possess a strong work ethic, proficient organisation skills, experience in using MS Office packages and preferably be familiar with key locations across Dubai/Abu Dhabi.

    To be considered for the role:
    • You must already be residing in the UAE
    • Have experience in a front of house or customer services capacity
    • Dubai Receptionist: English must be your first language.
    • Abu Dhabi Receptionist: Arabic speaking skills are essential.
    General admin support for various departments across the office will also be required. These positions are available for an immediate start.

    Please forward your CV with a photo along with a covering letter stating the position and location you are applying for to Human Resources on RecruitmentME@cluttons.com

  • Education | Primary Librarian
    Mar 03,2015

    Dubai British School, Jumeirah Park

    Primary Librarian
    Position Reports to: Principal
    Target Starting Date:  15 August 2015
    Post Ending Date: 3 Year Contract

    Position Overview
    Dubai British School Jumeirah Park is a new British, international school opening in September 2015 in a purpose built campus located in the heart of Jumeirah Park. DBSJP is a member of the Taaleem group of schools and aims to provide outstanding, inspirational education for students from Year 1 to Year 6 in the first year.

    We seek to appoint an enthusiastic and committed Librarian to our superb Primary library which has been custom designed to inspire children to read.

    Key responsibilities:
    The Primary Librarian will be responsible for establishing all library systems and procedures and will work in partnership with teachers in developing children’s research skills and love of reading.

    An enthusiasm for contributing to extra curricular activities and to the wider work of the school is essential.

    Experience and professional qualifications:

    Essential:
    • A degree in Librarianship or in a similar, related field
    • Experience of working in a library
    • Experience of working with children
    Desirable
    • Experience of setting up new library systems
    Please send your CV and Cover Letter to Principal@Dubaibritishschooljp.ae

  • Education | English Teachers
    Mar 03,2015

    MetaMindz
    English Teachers
    Full-Time and Part-Time

    MetaMindz is a learning and enrichment center for children and adults.

    Skill-based programs in English, Math and other school subjects are offered using state-of-the-art methods based on blended learning paradigm that individualizes instruction for each student, driven by a sophisticated assessment system. Our method is powered by technology that helps teachers enormously with planning, individualizing and reporting.

    Please visit our website www.metamindz.com to learn more.

    We opened doors in Dubai in March 2012 and have grown rapidly with strong and positive testimonials from parents and students.

    We are looking for trained and experienced Native English Language teachers with outstanding intellect, creativity, enthusiasm and reasonable IT skills. Also Part- time teachers to teach Adult English and test prep courses. Ideal candidates should hold ELT certification e.g.DELTA, CELTA, TEFL etc. Experience in schools or learning centres is preferred.

    Available positions are for Part-time and Full-Time teachers in our JLT and DIP locations in Dubai. Exciting compensation packages are offered along with visa and benefits to Full-Time teachers.

    Expected Hours: Sunday- Thursday , 11am -7 pm (Saturdays 10 am- 5 pm).
    Ideal start Date: ASAP. We require teachers immediately. All teachers will be trained in our method.

    Candidates who believe in 21st century learning skills and wish to grow further professionally should apply to:

    The Managing Director
    MetaMindz
    info@metamindz.com

                             The deadline for receiving applications is 15th March 2015.

  • Education | Primary Art Teacher and Primary EAL Teacher
    Mar 02,2015

    Dubai British School Jumeirah Park

    Primary Art Teacher

    Position Reports to: Principal
    Target Starting Date:  15 august 2015
    Post Ending Date: 3 Year Contract


    Position Overview
    Dubai British School Jumeirah Park is a new British, international school opening in September 2015 in a purpose built campus located in the heart of Jumeirah Park. DBSJP is a member of the Taaleem group of schools and aims to provide outstanding, inspirational education for students from Year 1 to Year 6 in the first year.

    We seek to appoint an enthusiastic and committed Art teacher to join our highly skilled team. The post would suit a teacher with at least 2 years successful experience of inspiring children to love art and to enjoy creating their own masterpieces.

    Key responsibilities:
    The Primary Art teacher will be required to teach Art from Year 1 to Year 6 following the English National Curriculum using a creative, cross-curricular methodology.
    Responsibility for the coordination of Art and for the organization of displays around the school is also part of the role. An enthusiasm for contributing to extra curricular activities and to the wider work of the school is essential.

    Experience and professional qualifications:
    A recognised teaching qualification is essential.
    At least 2 years experience of teaching Art is desirable.

    Please send you CV and cover letter to Principal@Dubaibritishschooljp.ae

    Primary EAL Teacher
     
    Position Reports to: Principal   
    Target Starting Date:  15 august 2015   
    Post Ending Date: 3 Year Contract   

    Position Overview
    Dubai British School Jumeirah Park is a new British, international school opening in September 2015 in a purpose built campus located in the heart of Jumeirah Park. DBSJP is a member of the Taaleem group of schools and aims to provide outstanding, inspirational education for students from Year 1 to Year 6 in the first year.

    We seek to appoint an enthusiastic and committed teacher to support learners whose first language is not English. The post would suit a skilled teacher with successful experience of rapidly accelerating children’s English language skills.

    Key responsibilities:

    The Primary EAL teacher will be part of the student support team and will be required to work with children from Year 1 to Year 6 in a flexible, inclusive way in partnership with class teachers.
    An enthusiasm for contributing to extra curricular activities and to the wider work of the school is essential.

    Experience and professional qualifications:
    A recognised teaching qualification with at least 2 years teaching experience is essential.
    An additional qualification in the field of second language learning is essential.

    Please send your CV to Principal@Dubaibritishschooljp.ae
     

  • Childcare | Birthday Party Coordinator
    Mar 02,2015

    Kidville
    Birthday Party Coordinator

    Kidville, a leading children’s birthday party provider in the USA and UAE is seeking a Birthday Party Coordinator for our Mirdiff and JBR locations.

    Management Responsibilities include:
    • Client Sales Relations
      • Meet with clients, field birthday party inquiries, and conduct tours of Kidville birthday party zone.
      • Schedule Birthday Parties, review all birthday options and add-ons with clients and confirm all Birthday Party details.
      • Effectively sell Kidville’s unique birthday party offerings.
      • Maintain accurate and complete files for each Birthday Party client.
      • Utilize Kidville’s Birthday Party Registration Website to generate accurate birthday party registrations and to send Birthday Party Contracts.
      • Work with Marketing Team and Front Desk Managers to increase birthday sales.
    •  Vendors
      • Maintain relationship with all outsourced vendors, including those for birthday cakes, pizza, party platters, and entertainment.
      • Place, confirm, and receive orders from outsourced vendors.
      • Maintain accurate and complete files for vendors and invoices.
      • Choose vendors and negotiate favorable term
      • Assure that supply inventory is maintained.
    • Staff
      • Manage and motivate all Birthday Party staff, including all Birthday Party Leaders and support team
      • Assist in sourcing, hiring, training and supervising staff.
      • Manage staff schedules.
      • Communicate expectations and responsibilities of staff.
    • Birthday Party Execution
      • Ensure that location is properly set-up on the day of the party.
      • Supervise staff and assure that party goes smoothly and follows Kidville’s party plans
      • Oversee special Holiday Events (Halloween, UAE National Day) as required.
    Qualifications & Other
    • Bachelor’s degree required.
    • Must have birthday party or event planning experience.
    • Must have passion for children’s entertainment and enjoy interacting with children and families.
    • Must be able to work weekends that is Friday & Saturday
    • Also oversee Holiday Event Parties (Halloween etc.)
    • Must be extremely detail-oriented and have an excellent work ethic.
    • Must be creative and possess excellent sales skills.
    • Proficiency in MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and experience working with the Internet.
    • Must have outstanding written and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Must be able to work in a high-pressure environment.
    • Must be fluent in English.  Proficiency in Arabic, Russian, French or other languages is a plus.

  • Education | Early Years Practitioner
    Mar 01,2015

    Little GEMS International Preschools
    Early Years Practitioner

    With more than fifty years of education experience, GEMS Education is committed to improving the quality of education worldwide. It is the leading Kindergarten to Grade 12 private education operator in the world, educating more than 110,000 children from 151 different nationalities. The GEMS approach to learning is one which focuses not only on academic excellence but also on providing a values based education. It helps students develop their character, creativity, personal leadership and the spirit of enterprise necessary for them to achieve their full potential as global citizens and leaders of the future.

    GEMS’ mission is to work with private and public partnerships to ensure access to education is universal. Through our charitable organisation, the Varkey GEMS Foundation (VGF), whose honorary Chairman is former U.S. President Bill Clinton, and our partnerships with organisations’ such as UNESCO, The Clinton Global Initiative, The Tony Blair Faith Foundation, and other non-governmental organisations, GEMS is determined to impact the lives of millions of children across the globe, providing educational opportunities that can lift them and their families out of the cycle of poverty.

    To find out more about GEMS Education and the Varkey GEMS Foundation visit: www.gemseducation.com

    The School
    Little GEMS International pre-schools are part of GEMS Education, the world’s largest provider of private education for children from 3 months of age through to sixth form.

    The Little GEMS International curriculum uses the English Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Curriculum as a framework, combining it with the GEMS core values and specially written Little GEMS International programmes, designed to promote cognitive development though movement, music, world languages and digi learning.

    To find out more about Little GEMS International visit: www.littlegemsinternational.com 

    The Post: Early Years Practitioner
    • To deliver high quality Early Years Care and Education to children aged 0 to 4 years using the Early Years Foundation Stage as a framework. To meet UK statutory welfare requirements and local Ministry of Social Affairs regulations.  To ensure that every child reaches his or her full potential and to contribute to the wider pre-school community.
    • Plan and deliver quality lessons to motivate students. Create and utilize appropriate materials and the classroom environment to cater for different learning styles.
    • Show written evidence of planning and preparation on request. Establish and maintain records of curriculum and year plans, attendance, teaching resources, assessment plans etc.
    • Teach students assigned according to their individual needs using appropriate teaching strategies that meet student needs and abilities
    • Set and mark work. Assess, record and report on the academic development, progress and attainment of students and use assessment to ensure the curriculum meets the individual student’s needs.
    • Display competence in using media and technology in the classroom.
    • Participate in appraisal and Performance Management procedures and Continuing Professional Development (CPD). 
    • Communicate and meet with parents regularly promoting the GEMS philosophy and core values; keep parents regularly informed of students’ progress while respecting the confidentiality of student-related information.
    Skills & Experience:
    • Education/teaching degree OR first degree and teaching qualification/licence.  Knowledge of the use of ICT in schools to aid teaching and learning.
    • Skilled teacher with solid commitment to teaching and learning and strong subject knowledge in relevant area.  Excellent communication skills, able to build relationships with students and colleagues and contribute to wider school life.
    • Two years' teaching experience in relevant subject area/age group.
    Application Process
    To be considered for this position, please email your CV and letter of application to recruitment_lgi@gemsedu.com 

    Please note – only short listed candidates will be contacted.

  • Education | ARABIC LANGUAGE TEACHER
    Mar 01,2015

    Jebel Ali Primary School
     
    ARABIC LANGUAGE TEACHER
     
    Jebel Ali Primary School, established in 1977, is a not for profit organisation, DFE recognised, four-form entry school, situated in the Jebel Ali area of Dubai. We are a leading school in the region, providing an English curriculum and aspire to high academic and non-academic standards while offering a holistic approach to education. 

    The School wishes to appoint experienced, enthusiastic and committed staff to the following position:-

    ARABIC LANGUAGE TEACHER
    Full-Time
    Required for September 2015

    Job Purpose
    To carry out the professional duties of a teacher as circumstances may require and in accordance with the school's policies under the direction of the Headteacher.

    Areas of Responsibility and Key Tasks

    Planning, Teaching and Class Management

    Teach allocated pupils by planning their teaching to achieve progression of learning through:
    • identifying clear teaching objectives and specifying how they will be taught and assessed;
    • setting tasks which challenge pupils and ensure high levels of interest;
    • setting appropriate and demanding expectations;
    • setting clear targets, building on prior attainment;
    • identifying SEN or very able pupils;
    • providing clear structures for lessons maintaining pace and challenge;
    • motivating pupils with enthusiastic, imaginative delivery;
    • making effective use of assessment and ensure coverage of the necessary curriculum;
    • ensuring effective teaching and best use of available time;
    • maintaining discipline in accordance with the school's procedures and encouraging good practice; with regard to punctuality, behaviour, standards of work and homework;
    • using a variety of teaching methods to:
      • match approach to content, structure information, present a set of key ideas and use appropriate vocabulary;
      • use effective questioning, listen carefully to pupils, give attention to errors and misconceptions;
      • select appropriate learning resources and develop study skills through library, ICT and other sources;
    • ensuring pupils acquire and consolidate knowledge, skills and understanding appropriate to the subject taught;
    • evaluating own teaching critically to improve effectiveness;
    • ensuring the effective and efficient deployment of classroom support, where applicable;
    • taking account of pupils' needs by providing structured learning opportunities which develop the areas of learning identified in National and local policies;
    • encouraging pupils to think and talk about their learning;
    • develop self control and independence, concentrate and persevere, and listen attentively;
    • using a variety of teaching strategies which involve planned adult intervention, first-hand experience and talk as a vehicle for learning;
    • keeping up-to-date with developments in education;
    • leading at least two after-school activities each school year;
    • actively supporting and promoting the school through positive relations including attendance at PTA events;
    • good organisational skills and the use of ICT.
    Monitoring, Assessment, Recording, Reporting
    • assess how well learning objectives have been achieved and use them to improve specific aspects of teaching;
    • mark and monitor pupils' work and set targets for progress;
    • assess and record pupils' progress systematically and keep records to check work is understood and completed, monitor strengths and weaknesses, inform planning and recognise the level at which the pupil is achieving;
    • undertake assessment of students as requested by departmental and school procedures;
    • prepare and present informative reports to parents.
    Curriculum Development
    • contribute to the whole school's planning activities.
    Whilst every effort has been made to explain the main duties and responsibilities of the post, each individual task undertaken may not be identified. Employees will be expected to comply with any reasonable request from a manager to undertake work of a similar level that is not specified in this job description.

    This post is subject to the current conditions of employment for Class Teachers contained in the Jebel Ali Primary School’s Employment Contract and Staff Handbook.

    To whom responsible: Headteacher, Deputy Headteacher, Assistant Headteacher and Head of Department

    This Job Description may be adjusted by the Headteacher according to the changing needs of the school.

    Dependant on status our package may include:-
    • Competitive tax free salary;
    • End of service benefits;
    • Assisted child education;
    • Travel allowance;
    • Private Medical Insurance;
    • Accommodation.
    For further details of the above position, and to apply, please refer to our website www.jebelalischool.org
    Jebel Ali Primary School
    Dubai
    PO Box 17111, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    Tel: 00 971 4 8846485 Fax: 00 971 4 8845373
    Website: www.jebelalischool.org

    Closing date for applications – 11 March 2015

    Shortlisted candidates only will be contacted

  • Education | ASSISTANT HEADTEACHER
    Mar 01,2015

    Jebel Ali Primary

    ASSISTANT HEADTEACHER
     
    Jebel Ali Primary School, established in 1977, is a not for profit organisation, DFE recognised, four-form entry school, situated in the Jebel Ali area of Dubai. 
    We are a leading school in the region, providing an English curriculum and aspire to high academic and non-academic standards while offering a holistic approach to education. 

    The School wishes to appoint experienced, enthusiastic and committed staff to the following position:-

    ASSISTANT HEADTEACHER
    Full-Time
    Required for September 2015

    We are looking for:-
    • A creative, driven and passionate team player who enjoys a sense of achievement and can rise to a challenge;
    • An outstanding practitioner with the ability to develop practice through coaching and mentoring;
    • A true professional, dedicated to children coming first and transforming learning;
    • A highly organised, efficient and innovative individual.
    Responsibility: Member of the Senior Leadership Team
    Responsible for the day to day running of the Key Stage.
    Reports to: Head Teacher and Deputy Head Teacher
    Direct Reports: Year Group Leaders, curriculum leaders,  all teachers and TAs

    JOB DESCRIPTION

    Role Summary:
    The Assistant Head is responsible for managing the operation of key areas in the school.  The Assistant Heads provide support for the Head Teacher and the Deputy Head Teacher in the day to day running of the school and can deputise in their absence.

    Duties
    • The current School Staff Handbook describes duties which are required to be undertaken by teachers in the course of their employment.   In addition, certain particular duties are reasonably required to be exercised and completed in a satisfactory manner.  It is the contractual duty of the post holder to ensure that his/her professional duties are discharged effectively.
    • This job description sets out the duties to be undertaken and performed to the satisfaction of the Head Teacher and governing body by the post holder.

    Key Tasks and Activities
    • Undertake full responsibility for all matters relating to the school in the absence of the Head Teacher or Deputy Head Teacher.
    • Work flexibly in the presence of the Head Teacher/DHT to assist the smooth day to day management of the School, working closely with staff of all designations.
    • Effectively manage duties and responsibilities in school.
    • Teach in classes across the school, demonstrating excellence in professional classroom practice.
    • Assist the Head Teacher/DHT in monitoring and reviewing the quality of teaching and learning including assessment, recording, and reporting pupils’ attainment. 
    • Assist the Head Teacher in the whole school self-evaluation processes.
    • Effectively lead the areas of responsibility developing policy and practice and ensuring effective self-evaluation.
    • Undertake responsibility for the selection of resources for the areas of responsibility, accounting to the Head Teacher/DHT and Business Manager for the expenditure of the delegated budget allocation for the subject.
    • Undertake professional training for all aspects of school leadership and management and keep up to date with new initiatives across the curriculum.
    • Assist the Head Teacher in the performance management of staff of all designations.
    • Maintain good communications between staff of all designations.
    • Maintain a positive school ethos, be pro-active in the pastoral care of pupils and ensure the school’s policy for behaviour and discipline is applied consistently and fairly by staff of all designations.
    • Play a significant part in promoting and facilitating good relationships with parents and other agencies.
    • Work pro-actively with outside agencies, community organisations, and other schools and promote the sharing of good practice.
    • Support and encourage all staff at the school to find and use opportunities to support the development of the whole child.
    • Advise other staff and to lead inset for staff and governors when required to do so.
    Particular Specific Responsibilities
    • Co-ordinate and monitor the work of the curriculum leaders.
    • Lead the development of assigned areas in relation to the progress of the school
    • Keep up to date with, and pro-actively research, initiatives to raise attainment.
    • Take a lead in the implementation of strategies to raise attainment through excellent teaching and learning and being a model of this.
    • Evaluate the attainment of groups of pupils and strategies to raise attainment.
    Other Responsibilities
    • Note: The duties and responsibilities of the subject element of the post may vary from time to time according to the changing needs of the school.   The subject leader section of the job description may be reviewed at the discretion of the Head Teacher in the light of those changing requirements and in consultation with the post holder and governing body.
    PERSON SPECIFICATION

    Qualifications
    Essential
    • Degree level qualification.
    • Qualified Teacher Status e.g. Postgraduate Certificate in Education.
    • Experience of leading and managing significant school development and self-evaluation.
    Communication
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills to effectively manage areas of responsibility and liaise with all key contacts e.g. staff, pupils, parents.
    • Ability to use a wide range of communication channels to effectively manage the operations of the areas of responsibility, applying tact and diplomacy in their communication with others. Understand the need to adapt communication style to suit the audience.
    • Can demonstrate excellent presentation skills.
    • Ability to maintain a professional and confident manner.
    • Capacity to maintain the respect and discipline of staff and pupils. 
    Other Skills Required for Role
    • Ability to adapt to constantly changing priorities and demands.
    • Ability to apply analytical thinking to solve problems and/or resolve conflict.
    • Ability to provide a model of excellent teaching.
    • Extensive and up to date knowledge of the National Curriculum and changes to assessment.
    • A thorough knowledge of the features of outstanding teaching and coaching and mentoring.
    • A thorough understanding of issues related to attainment and achievement of different groups of pupils within the School.
    • Excellent ICT skills.
    Accountability/Freedom to act
    • Implement, monitor and track curriculum change as agreed with the SLT.  The Head Teacher is ultimately accountable for the decisions taken.
    • Responsibility for budget areas.
    Leadership/Management skills.
    • A good understanding of school leadership and management.
    • Ability to support the strategic leadership of the school, contributing to strategic decisions taken by the Head Teacher.
    • Ability to effectively delegate responsibilities to others in the school team, to ensure the successful operations of the areas of responsibility. 
    • Able to lead by example, be highly driven, motivated and motivate other staff.
    GENERAL COMMENTS
    • The Assistant Head will be required to undertake some teaching commitment and provide a model of outstanding practice for teachers. They may be required to adapt and change plans at short notice.
    • The Assistant Head is required to be flexible in a constantly changing work environment and in implementing the School’s policies.
    • Whilst every effort has been made to explain the main duties and responsibilities of the post, each individual task undertaken may not be identified. Employees will be expected to comply with any reasonable request from a manager to undertake work of a similar level that is not specified in this job description.
    • This job description may be amended at any time following discussion between the Head Teacher and member of staff, and will be reviewed annually.
    Dependant on status our package includes:
    • Competitive tax free salary
    • End of service benefits
    • Assisted child education
    • Travel allowance
    • Private medical insurance
    • Accommodation
    For details of the above position please refer to our website
    www.jebelalischool.org

    Applicants should send a full CV, letter of application, 3 professional references and a recent photograph, for the attention of The Head Teacher to hr@jebelalischool.org

    Closing date for applications: 11 March 2015

    Shortlisted candidates only will be contacted

  • Education | Head of PE
    Mar 01,2015

    Jebel Ali Primary School

    Head of PE
    Full-Time
    Required for September 2015


    Jebel Ali Primary School, established in 1977, is a not for profit organisation, DFE recognised, four-form entry school, situated in the Jebel Ali area of Dubai. 
    We are a leading school in the region, providing an English curriculum and aspire to high academic and non-academic standards while offering a holistic approach to education. 

    We wish to appointment an outstanding, enthusiastic and well qualified:- Head of PE

    The successful candidate must be passionate as well as possessing leadership skills and drive to secure the highest outcome for all its learners.
    This post is subject to the conditions of employment contained in the Jebel Ali Primary School contract.

    Main Duties
    • To be responsible to the Headteacher, Deputy Headteacher and Assistant Headteachers for matters relating to the effective, direct teaching of PE and swimming throughout the School and to direct other specialist PE staff (ie full and part-time PE teachers and Swim Team Coach) as appropriate.
    • To advise and assist the Senior Leadership Team with whole curriculum planning: planning schemes of work and continuous assessment of the PE curriculum based on the needs of the children at the school and in consideration of the National Curriculum.
    • To design and lead a curriculum development plan according to the changing needs of the School, to provide a model for continuity and progression within the School’s 5-11 age range.
    Detailed Duties
    • To be responsible for the day to day smooth running of the PE Department.
    • To effectively plan and deliver the National Curriculum for PE ensuring breadth, balance and progression across the school’s 5 – 11 age range.
    • To ensure teaching of the highest quality in all areas of PE and that children are appropriately challenged in all lessons and activities.
    • To line manage other specialist PE staff through the School’s Performance Management procedure
    • To organise regular, minuted departmental meetings
    • To devise schemes of work and polices for PE based on the needs of the children at the school and in line with  the National Curriculum
    • To design and review on an annual basis, a development plan for PE according to the changing needs of the school.
    • To advise the Senior Leadership Team in the provision, use and care of facilities, apparatus, equipment and resources.
    • To assist in the development of cross-curricular links.
    • To be responsible for the development and maintenance of PE resources in the School within a delegated budget.
    • To ensure the provision of appropriate pupil, teacher and reference material relating to the teaching of PE.
    • To have a full-time teaching commitment and strive for excellence in the teaching of PE.
    • To keep up-to-date with developments in PE through CPD.
    • To represent the School at regional meetings
    • To effectively manage school based PE activities such as swimming galas, sports days and inter-house events.
    • To lead the after-school activities (eg Rugby/Football/Athletics) for at least three sessions per week.  These sessions should include competitive team training and participation at team events and matches.
    • To encourage other staff to assist with sports activities in line with sporting strengths.
    • To take responsibility for the management of the School’s after-school activity programme. This will involve canvassing staff to obtain a list of activities offered, issuing letters to parents offering a choice of activities, liaising with admin staff, collating responses and responding to any concerns and difficulties throughout the programme.
    • To provide the PTA with a fixture list in order to enable them to support School sporting events. This will involve liaising with members of the PTA
    • To liaise with outside agencies in order to provide the pupils with additional opportunities after-school
    • To ensure that team news and sporting updates are forwarded to the School website administrator
    • To liaise with colleagues to recognise achievements in line with the School’s reward scheme
    • To promote PE through the use of display and notice boards
    • To work with the Business Manager to create a timetabled schedule of premises usage
    • To encourage parental/staff awareness and support for the School’s policy and activities in PE.
    • To be available to speak with parents as necessary.
    • To arrange, when appropriate, PE activities outside of school so that the children can represent themselves and the School to the best of their ability in such events.
    • To liaise and arrange fixtures with colleagues within Dubai and the surrounding region to enable a comprehensive sporting calendar.
    • To ensure the School is represented by a team or teams at all appropriate sports events in Dubai.
    • To seek to actively promote the school through positive public relations.
    • To maintain a high level of personal fitness.
    • To act as an ambassador for the School in your professional capabilities.
    It may be necessary for duties and responsibilities to vary in accordance with the changing needs of the school as determined by the Head Teacher.

    To whom responsible: Headteacher. Deputy Headteacher, Assistant Headteachers

    Dependant on status our package may include:-
    • Competitive tax free salary;
    • End of service benefits;
    • Assisted child education;
    • Travel allowance;
    • Private medical insurance;
    • Accommodation.
    For further details of the above positions, and to apply, please refer to our website www.jebelalischool.org
    Jebel Ali Primary School
    Dubai

    PO Box 17111, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    Tel: 00 971 4 8846485 Fax: 00 971 4 8845373
    Website: www.jebelalischool.org

    Closing date for applications – 11 March 2015

    Shortlisted candidates only will be contacted

  • Education | Maternity Cover for a Key Stage 2 Teacher
    Mar 01,2015

    Repton School

    Maternity Cover for a Key Stage 2 Teacher

    Repton School in Dubai is one of the leading and most exciting educational communities in the world.  It is a truly international school firmly based in the UAE with a very distinctive British flavour in which, because of its boarding provision, a vibrant multi-cultural learning environment is developing.
     

    Core values have been derived from our partnership with Repton School in Derbyshire and strong links with the culture of the Emirates.  Our clear aim is to provide the best teaching and learning environment in which all our pupils will achieve their very best academically, physically and socially.
     

    We are seeking to recruit maternity cover for a Key Stage 2 teacher. It is desirable but not essential if the candidate has experience teaching ICT. The commencement date is within the second and third weeks of March 2015 with the possibility of an extended contract until the end of the summer. Positions may also be available for a full time contract in September 2015.
     

    The successful candidate must be over the age of 25, have a PGCE qualification or equivalent and have a minimum of 2 years teaching experience. Knowledge of the New English National Curriculum would be preferable.

    An up to date CV together with a completed application form (attached to this advertisement) should be sent to juniorpa@reptondubai.org  before 15th March 2015.

    Further details regarding the School are available on our website www.reptondubai.org

    Please do not apply if you do not meet all requirements.

     

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